Iowa high school girls basketball state tournament: Top two seeds Clear Creek-Amana, Waverly-Shell Rock survive close games to advance to 4A final. Clear Creek Amana holds off North Polk for a 50-48 victory while Waverly-Shell Rock overcomes Sioux City Heelan Catholic to secure a spot in the championship game.

By the Numbers
  • Clear Creek-Amana's Ava Locklear finishes with 17 points and seven rebounds.
  • North Polk's Abby Tuttle misses a potential game-winning 3-pointer in the final seconds.
  • Waverly-Shell Rock's Katelyn Eggena leads with 16 points and four assists.
State of Play
  • Clear Creek-Amana and Waverly-Shell Rock will face each other in the state championship game at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday.
  • Waverly-Shell Rock forces Sioux City Heelan Catholic into 23 turnovers and secures a 36-26 rebounding advantage.
What's Next

Clear Creek-Amana will take on Waverly-Shell Rock in the 4A final, both teams enter the game with an unbeaten 25-0 record, setting the stage for an exciting matchup.

Bottom Line

Top two seeds, Clear Creek-Amana and Waverly-Shell Rock, navigate through tough challenges to reach the 4A final, promising an intense and competitive championship game between the unbeaten teams.