The Lady Wolves handily won all three of their games on the schedule last week, improving their season record to 16-3.
Friday night, Walker-Hackensack-Akeley played probably their best game of the season at home against winless Laporte and won their 13th straight in a 105-32 victory.
All 11 Wolves scored, with six reaching double figures including the starting five. Justine Day led with 27 points and had nine assists. Megan Benjamin and Emma Deegan each scored 15, with Benjamin pulling down nine rebounds, having six assists, five steals and four blocked shots.
Bailey Nornberg and Kali Oelschlager each score 10 points with Nornberg recording her first double-double this season with 13 rebounds.
Laporte seniors Keairah Urrutia and Camryn Smith led Laporte with 14 and 13 points respectively, and Alyssa Moss grabbed 11 rebounds.
The Wolves got off to a great start by jumping out to a 16-3 lead. Day and Oelschlager each sank three-pointers, while Benjamin and Raddatz scored on drives to the basket. WHA went on to make four more threes as they took a 55-17 halftime lead.
This week the Wolves are in Pine River-Backus Wednesday for a make-up game that starts at 5 p.m. They also have home games with Kelliher-Northome and Park Rapids, and travel to Upsala.
Next week they close out the regular season with two home games with Pine River-Backus and Deer River, and travel to Laporte.
Wolves get road win
A long ride to Baudette Saturday afternoon did not seem to affect the Wolves as they jumped out to an 18-point halftime lead en route to a 59-39 win.
Raddatz and Benjamin both had brilliant games. Raddatz led with 28 points and five steals, and Benjamin scored 19 points and had nine rebounds.
Day led with nine assists and added seven points.
Wolves pound Nevis
For the first time this season all five Lady Wolves scored in double figures as they steam rolledvisiting Nevis 80-41 Feb. 5.
Day led the way with 19 points, Raddatz scored 17, Oelschlager finished with 13, Benjamin scored 12 and Deegan had 11.
Benjamin also had 11 rebounds, seven steals and five blocked shots, with Raddatz also having seven steals and pulled down seven boards. Day led with eight assists and added seven rebounds, while Oelschlager grabbed nine boards. Bailey Nornberg finished with eight points and eight rebounds.
The Wolves finished the game shooting 44 percent with only 13 turnovers, while at the other end they came up with 18 steals.
It took a few minutes for the Lady Wolves to get on track. The Tigers jumped out to a six-point lead, but it was Raddatz’s three-point for a 26-21 lead with 8:42 left in the first half that began a 17-3 run to end the half. Midway through the second half the lead was 35-points plus, as running time came into effect.
Makenna Frazier was the lone Tiger to finish in double figures with 10 points, while Addison Lindow tossed in seven.