Shooting woes plague Warhawk girls

Makenzie Fessler of West Fork dribbles down the court after recording one of her steals against Newman during the Warhawks 50-33 loss. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)

SHEFFIELD — A glaring example of how West Fork girls’ basketball team has shot the ball was its performance in the third quarter of the Warhawks’ 50-33 loss to Mason City Newman.

They were 2-of-16 from the field as the Lady Knights turned a 24-20 halftime advantage to a 34-25 lead.

Coach Rodney Huber’s squad finished 14-of-52 for the entire game much to the frustration of the West Fork head man.

“We can’t shoot,” Huber said. “They double-teamed Emily and we weren’t patient enough to get her the ball and then we had open shots..."

The full story appears in the Dec. 19 print editions of the Sheffield Press and Pioneer Enterprise.