Woodward-Granger’s girls’ basketball team were dealt a season sweep after a 61-24 West Central Activities Conference loss at the hands of the host, Panorama Panthers (19-1, 15-0).
From the Jan. 30, opening tip off the WCAC undefeated first place Panthers put their tracks on the game with a first quarter 10-2 run.
The Hawks (3-17, 014) upped their scoring in the second quarter as they posted 12 points but gave up 23.
After the half, It was all about the Panthers’ on both sides of the floor when their defense kept the Hawks to just four points while scoring 21 in the third.
In the final quarter the Hawks stayed in stride with their counterparts as both teams combined for just 13 points - Hawks six and Panthers seven.
The Hawks are currently on a five game losing streak with their last win coming against North Tama back on Jan. 16.
“We’re competing hard most nights, just not translating into wins. Making shots would cure a lot of the ill,” coach Gary Dresback said.
With two games left before the end of the regular season the Hawks set their sites to a home Feb. 2, showdown against WCAC rivals the Earlham Cardinals.
They close out the regular season on Feb. 6, when they travel to Guthrie to face the AC/GC Chargers.
Game stats were unavailable by press time.