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The Raiders finished their season in Urbandale, with a loss to Des Moines Christian and a record of 18-4.
As a team, the Raiders scored 1,354 points and averaged 61.5 points per game. They sank 46.8 percent of their shots and were 191-of-311 from the free throw line for a 61.4 percent efficiency.
Mount Ayr allowed 912 points and, on average, outscored their opponents 17.7 points per game. The Raiders scored the majority of their points in the first quarter, scoring 381 total over the season, and did their lowest totals in the second, at 289.
The Raiders averaged 27.7 rebounds per game and grabbed 609 boards total, with the majority coming on defense, at 440.
Leading the Raiders this year was junior Dawson Frost.
Frost scored a team high 344 points, averaging 15.6 points per game followed by Payton Weehler who had 257 points, averaging 11.7 points per game.
Frost shot 52.7 percent from the field, while Weehler sat at 42.3 percent. Weehler did, however, shoot 42.6 percent from outside the arc and was 29-of-38 from the free throw line for a 76.3 percent efficiency to lead the team in those two categories.
Myles Greene led the team in assists, racking up 206 total in his record breaking season, as he now holds the all-time career assist record. Greene also recorded 28 steals and 10 blocks.
Greene also is currently sitting at 2nd for assists this season for all classes, just behind North Linn senior Jake Hilmer who has 247 assists.
Leading in steals was Payton Weehler with 44, while John Shields sat at 24 blocks to lead the team.
Shields also led the team with 6.6 rebounds per game, grabbing 146 boards throughout the year, 84 of which were on defense and 62 on offense.
The Raiders will graduate John Shields, Myles Greene, Cade Clymer, Chase Henry and Connor Eaton. The seniors accounted for 329 points this season.