Posted On: 02/18/20 12:00 PM

The Favorite: Waukee started out 14-0, but came back down to earth in January with two straight losses against West Des Moines Valley and Ankeny Centennial. Since the last lost, the Warriors have won seven straight, and will likely close out the season on a nine-game winning streak. The 1-2 junior punch of Tucker DeVries (21.2) and Payton Sandfort (20.2) are tough to stop and can put up points in a hurry, and at an efficient rate. Freshman Pryce Sandfort (8.5) has picked up his game as of late, including a 21-point performance against Southeast Polk a few weeks back. Six-foot-7 forward Wyatt Heston is a knockdown 3-point shooter. Lincoln Swanson, the lone senior in the starting lineup, doesn't score much, but he's an active interior player that is very active whether it be rebounding, boxing out, or blocking shots. He's got a good feel for the game and will be a good find for a D3 program somewhere. Waukee has the best field goal percentage (52.9) in the state for Class 4A and the second-best 3-point field goal percentage at 44.8 percent. The question

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