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Girls State Softball Wednesday Scores



KWWL-TV viewing area schools North Butler, BCLUW, Clear Creek-Amana and Mt. Vernon all have a chance to earn spots in State Softball championship game. The 4 remaining area schools play in semi-final games in their respective classes Thursday at the State Softball tournament in Fort Dodge.

BCLUW (39-3) plays Mt. Vernon (31-12) in a Class 2A semi-final game at 5:30 Thursday on Diamond 1 at the Rogers Softball Complex in Fort Dodge. The winner earns a spot in the Class 2A Championship game Friday.

Clear Creek-Amana (39-5) will face Keokuk (33-9) in a Class 3A semi-final game Thursday afternoon at 4 PM in Fort Dodge. The winner moves into the Class 3A Championship game Friday.

In the Class 1A Championship bracket, North Butler (24-2) plays a semi-final game against Newell-Fonda at 8:00 Thursday night in Fort Dodge on Diamond 2. The winner of that game will play in the Class 1A title game Friday.

Here are the finals from Wednesday's games at State. 

Waverly Shell Rock bounced back in the consolation bracket at the State Softball Tournament in Fort Dodge with a 6-3 victory over Harlan. The Go-Hawks had entered the State Tournament with a 38-2 season record, but lost their first two games, before taking 7th place in Class 3A with the win over Harlan.

Maquoketa took 5th place in Class 3A, after a 5-1 win over Waverly Shell Rock and a 4-3 victory over Harlan.

In Class 2A, Jesup just couldn't find victory lane at State. Hinton blasted Jesup, 11-1, while IKM Manning beat the J-Hawks, 4-3 to end Jesup's fine overall season.

In the Class 2A consolation bracket, Mid-Prairie scored two consolation round victories. Mid-Prairie beat IKM Manning, 7-6 and then beat Hinton 4-0 to take 5th place in Class 2A.

In Class 4A, Cedar Rapids Xavier lost twice on Wednesday. Sioux City East beat Xavier, 5-2 and Dowling beat the Saints, 7-6.  No other area teams are left in the championship bracket.

Online Reporter:  Ron Steele




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