West Fork rolling since last facing North Butler

West Fork's Sadie Latham reaches in against North Butler's Madison Clipperton in the second quarter of West Fork's 56-40 win over the Bearcats on Tuesday, Feb. 4. (Kristi NIxon/Hampton Chronicle)

GREENE – The last time West Fork faced North Butler in girls’ basketball action, the two teams seemed to be heading in opposite directions.

The Warhawks were amid a four-game losing streak and were 3-7 overall, 3-4 in the Top of Iowa Conference after the Bearcats defeated them at home. Meanwhile, North Butler was riding high while winning five of six.

It was a whole different team look for West Fork on Tuesday, Feb. 4 as the Warhawks turned up the pressure and turned in a 56-40 win over the Bearcats on the road.

“The pressure helped us get going, I thought,” West Fork coach Rodney Huber said. “That, early on, was big..."

Read the entire story in the Feb. 13 print editions of the Sheffield Press and Pioneer Enterprise.