STORM LAKE - Winners of 13 straight, top-ranked Western Christian came to down Tuesday night, and the Tornadoes, losers of 12 straight, had no answer for the Wolfpack, who left down with an 85-22 victory.
It was an improved showing for the Tornadoes, who lost 83-11 back on December 4th in Hull.
Storm Lake trailed 33-8 after one quarter of play, 59-13 at half, and 74-18 after three.
"Before tonight's (Tuesday's) game we set some goals for our selves on ways we could improve from the first time we played Western," said Storm Lake head coach Mel Fisher. "One thing we wanted to do was score more. we doubled our output from last time. Another area was to cut down on our turnovers, we ended up with the same number as the first time, not increasing which is good. We need to keep working on the little things to improve during this tough stretch of Lakes games again. Three top five rated teams in a row. Not an ideal schedule."
The Tornadoes were led by Brenna Richter's seven points on 3-of-7 shooting. She added two rebounds. Kallie Croker, Chyann Smith and Erin Schuelke added three points apiece.
Shae DeJager scored 15 for the Wolfpack. Alissa Pollema, Erika Douma, and Kelli Boer netted 12 apiece, and Jamie Gesink had 10.
Storm Lake (0-13) is on the road Friday night to meet Spirit Lake (8-5).