Warhawks Get A Taste Of The Well

North Mahaska's Jade Hay drives against West Hancock.

North Mahaska’s Jade Hay drives against West Hancock.

Des Moines, Iowa – The North Mahaska Warhawks girls basketball team made their mark on the 2019 Girls State Basketball Tournament. They may have bowed out in the first round, but they did so with class.

West Hancock started the contest by pushing the pace, something they did throughout the game.

Both teams have no seniors and will return their full lineups again next year.

The Eagles shot 56.7 percent to gain a 41-28 halftime advantage over the Warhawks. At the final buzzer, The North Mahaska Warhawks had fallen to the West Hancock Eagles 67-54.

The Warhawks were lead by Emma Tyrrel who went 5-7 from the field and 16 points overall. Jade Hay scored 13 while Cheyenne Shaw had eight.

Kassidi Steel also added eight points for the Warhawks, while Lyddia Stodghill contributed four points.

Tyrrel also had eight rebounds, while Steel and Shaw each had five rebounds. Steel dished the ball out four times, while Paige Layman served up three assists.

For West Hancock, Rachel Leerar lead all scorers with 23 points, and Mahayla frost added 12 points.

Amanda Chizek scored 11 points and pulled down 13 total rebounds.

The Warhawks finished the season at 15-5.

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