Waukon girls basketball team splits back-to-back games of weekend basketball, opens NEIC schedule with 47-32 home win over New Hampton but suffers first loss to Hudson


Elevated effort ... Waukon girls basketball senior Hailey Regan drives to the hoop in the Indians’ 47-32 home win over New Hampton Friday, December 6. Regan finished the game with six points, three rebounds, two assists and one steal. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this website.

Back-to-back games within less than 24 hours of one another resulted in the Waukon girls basketball team’s first loss of the season, as the hoop Tribe played to a split of those two contests in its only competition on the schedule late this past week. The Lady Indians first opened their Northeast Iowa Conference and home schedules with a 47-32 handling of New Hampton at home Friday, December 6 before suffering this season’s first loss, 44-35, to Hudson in a day-long basketball showcase hosted by Upper Iowa University in Fayette Saturday, December 7.

Holding a 3-1 season record, including a 1-0 start to their Northeast Iowa Conference season, the Lady Indians were next scheduled to play back-to-back non-conference contests, traveling to Clayton Ridge Monday, December 9 and hosting Caledonia, MN Tuesday, December 10, before traveling to Oelwein Friday, December 13. The basketball Tribe will then host Crestwood Tuesday, December 17 before wrapping up its pre-holiday schedule Friday, December 20 at Waverly-Shell Rock.

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