The Waukee Warriors football season came to an early end when they lost to Ankeny Centennial in the first round of playoffs. With the 31-21 loss, the Warriors finished the season with a 6-4 record.


The Warriors ended the season with 159 pass attempts and 83 completions. In those 83 completions the Warriors had 1,612 passing yards and 19 touchdowns, the longest being for 86 yards.


Sophomore Mitch Randall had 157 of the Warriors’ passing attempts, all 83 completions and all 1,612 yards.


Same DeVries was the leading receiver with 27 receptions. He also had 575 receiving yards and seven touchdowns, one for 51 yards.


The Warriors had 393 rushing attempts for a total of 2,484 yards. They also scored 28 rushing touchdowns including the one for 86-yards.


Senior Jordan Perry led the Warriors in rushing yards and attempts. He finished the season with 128 attempts and 1,129 yards. He also scored 13 touchdowns, the longest for 86 yards.


The Warriors had 365 points on the season, 168 from rushing, 114 receiving, nine field goals, 46 PAT points and 24 return points.


Perry was also the leading scorer for the Warriors with his total of 78 rushing points.


As a team, the Warriors finished the year with 447.5 tackles; 382 solo tackles and 65.5 tackle assists. They also had 32 solo tackles for loss, six tackle assists for loss, 16 solo sacks and 4.5 sack assists.


Leading in tackles was Jake Morrison. Morrison ended the year with 46.5 tackles; 43 solo tackles and 3.5 tackle assists. He also had 15 tackles for loss, half a tackle assist for loss, ten solo sacks and half a sack assist.


The Warriors had a strong season, which came to an end in the first round of regionals. The Warriors finished the year with a 6-4 record.