The perfect season for Waukee’s girls’ basketball team is still intact after two more victories lifted the team’s record to 15-0.
The Warriors picked up road wins at Cedar Rapids Washington, 64-50, on Feb. 1 and at Ankeny Centennial, 56-42, on Jan. 31.
Taylor Wingert scored a team-high 20 points against Washington, while Reilly Jacobson added 16 points and 10 rebounds and Anna Kollmorgen had eight points and nine boards. Carlie Littlefield finished with seven points and seven assists.
Jacobson had 15 points and eight boards to lead the Warriors against Centennial. Wingert added 15 points, Sarah Ripperger had 10 points and seven boards and Littlefield added nine.
The victory at Centennial was followed by a 58-49 win by the Waukee boys. Michael Jacobson had 20 points and 14 boards, Anthony Nelson had 13 points and 12 rebounds and both Nate Gehring and Adam Rose contributed nine points apiece.
Waukee’s Tuesday doubleheader against West Des Moines Valley was postponed and will be made up at a later date.