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Western Dubuque Girls beat Waverly-SR to advance to state

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Waverly-Shell Rock and Western Dubuque met Tuesday night in Independence for the Girls 4A Regional Final and the chance to head to the state tournament. 

Western Dubuque won 51-44 and will head to Des Moines next week.

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