Lindsey McEnaney reaches for a rebound in recent Viking action. (Photo courtesy of JScott Images, www.jscottimages.com)
Lindsey McEnaney reaches for a rebound in recent Viking action. (Photo courtesy of JScott Images, www.jscottimages.com)

   Struggling to put points on the board in the Decorah girls’ basketball team (8-12, 4-7 NEIC) fell to Waukon (13-6, 9-3 NEIC) on the road, 49-21, Tuesday night.
   The Vikings scored just three points in the first quarter, allowing the Indians to go up 12-3 after eight minutes. The deficit grew in the second frame with Decorah producing four points. At the half it was 25-7 Waukon.
   Despite the fact that the Vikings scored 14 points in the second half, it wasn’t enough to top the Indians, who put up 24.
   Ambria Pipho led the Vikings with eight points, while Alea Lutkenhaus added seven. Connecting for two points each were Maddy McEnaney, Kylah Quandahl and Skyler Malone.

Last NEIC game
   The Lady Vikes will call the NEIC season a wrap versus Charles City Friday, at home, at 7:30 p.m.
Decorah see Charles City again next week as the Vikings host the Class 4A Region 2 quarterfinal Wednesday, Feb. 14, versus the Comets at 7 p.m