MASON CITY, Iowa - After Thanksgiving break, high school basketball returned to the hardwoods Monday night. The Mason City girls were one of those teams, looking to complete its three game homestand.
On a two game win-streak, Mason City hoped to roll past Ankeny, but the Mohawks had Ankeny's height to compete against.
Hawkeye commit Megan Meyer had 31 points.
Mohawks go on to improve to 3-0 with a 72-58 win.
"Tonight was a really good win for us," said Jaeda Whitner. "We played against a really good team and we had some tough times but I thought we got through it and played pretty good defense for the most part which is something we're focusing on."
The Mohawks play their first road game on Nov. 27 at Ames, and return home on Dec. 7 vs. Valley, West Des Moines.