EPWORTH — Tommy DeSollar dodged and weaved his way downfield, and with one final plunge dragged the final defender into the end zone.
Waverly-Shell Rock scored four straight times after falling behind, 6-0, early to Crestwood en route to a big non-district win.
Defending Class 3A state champion Center Point-Urbana erased an 11-point second-half deficit.
The Waverly-Shell Rock Go-Hawks are headed back to state.
Waverly-Shell Rock won its second straight Class 3A state wrestling title Saturday.
Waverly-Shell Rock advanced five wrestlers to the finals as the Go-Hawks took a giant step Friday toward a state title repeat.
Waverly-Shell Rock is on a new mission in the traditional state tournament after Wednesday's bitter loss in the State Duals.
Defending 3A State Duals champion Southeast Polk beat Waverly-Shell Rock Wednesday in the closest 3A final since 2009.
Waverly-Shell Rock and Don Bosco are looking to generate early momentum in their quest to defend state wrestling titles this week.
Waverly-Shell Rock was one point away from seeing its season end Monday, but the Go-Hawk volleyball team is headed to state.
Waterloo East's defense delivered key stops all night as the Trojans won for the third time in their last four games Friday.
Freshman McCrae Hagarty made a dazzling varsity debut and Waverly-Shell Rock's defense was stellar Friday in a win over West Delaware.
Crestwood started fast, then weathered a Waverly-Shell Rock comeback for a narrow football win Friday.
Waverly-Shell Rock went undefeated Saturday to capture the championship at the Mount Vernon High School volleyball tournament.
Playoff appearances have become the expectation for a Waverly-Shell Rock football program that has reached postseason play the past nine years.
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