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Find scores, stats and more from Thursday’s Iowa high school girls’ soccer regional finals below. Winners advance to next week’s state tournament at Cownie Soccer Park in Des Moines.
Class 3A girls’ soccer regional finals
No. 4 Waukee Northwest 3, No. 11 Iowa City High 0
Waukee Northwest is state bound in the school’s first year.
The Wolves (16-2) led 1-0 at halftime at home and added a pair of goals in the second half.
Iowa City High finished 12-4.
No. 10 Muscatine 1, No. 6 Linn-Mar 0
Hannah Jansen scored in the 61st minute and Muscatine (13-5) knocked off Linn-Mar (16-3) in a regional final on the Lions’ home field for the second straight season.
This was Linn-Mar’s first loss to an Iowa team all season.
— Goal details via Ryan Timmerman, Muscatine Journal
No. 2 Council Bluffs Lincoln 6, Sioux City West 1
No. 1 West Des Moines Valley 5, Ames 0
No. 5 Ankeny Centennial 1, No. 14 Johnston 0 (3-1 PK)
No. 3 Ankeny 3, No. 12 Cedar Falls 0
No. 8 West Des Moines Dowling 3, No. 13 Des Moines Roosevelt 1
No. 7 Pleasant Valley 2, No. 9 Bettendorf 0
Class 2A girls’ soccer regional finals
No. 2 Waverly-Shell Rock 3, No. 14 Independence 0
Waverly-Shell Rock (16-1) will return to Des Moines to defend its state title.
Gabby Baumhover scored first and Macy Smith added two first-half goals as the Go-Hawks took a 3-0 lead into halftime. W-SR will make its 16th state tournament appearance.
Independence finished 14-3.
— Goal details via Nick Thompson, Waverly Newspapers
No. 5 Cedar Rapids Xavier 5, Clear Creek-Amana 0
Cedar Rapids Xavier booked its 18th trip to state, the most of any current Class 2A program. It’s the fifth consecutive tournament appearance for the Saints, who have qualified every season but one since 2003.
Alyssa McAleer, Ellie Koechner and Mary Clare Bean scored in the first half as Xavier built a 3-0 halftime lead at home. Koechner equaled her season total entering the game with a second goal early in the second and Brielle Bastian made it five for the Saints (12-3) with her 37th of the season.
Clear Creek-Amana finished 10-8.
No. 7 North Scott 6, No. 8 Mount Vernon 1
Kendall Kinsley set the tone with a goal 27 seconds into the game and North Scott was up 4-0 by halftime.
Reese Hilsenbeck tallied twice and Eva Hulscher, Paige Copp and Delaney Fitzgibbon also scored for the host Lancers (12-5-1).
Mount Vernon’s Maia Bentley scored her 122nd career goal in the 75th minute.
North Scott earned a second-straight state berth and ninth overall as Mount Vernon (17-2) saw its season end in the regional finals for the third straight season.
— Goal details via Travis Brown, Quad-City Times
No. 4 Spencer 10, Le Mars 0
No. 6 Lewis Central 1, No. 12 Adel ADM 0 (2OT)
No. 10 North Polk 3, No. 9 Bondurant-Farrar 2
No. 1 Dallas Center-Grimes 8, No. 11 Carlisle 2
No. 3 Norwalk 5, No. 13 Pella 0
Class 1A girls’ soccer regional finals
No. 10 Center Point-Urbana 2, No. 12 Hudson 1 (4-3 PK)
Center Point-Urbana (15-3) won a penalty shootout to advance to state for the eighth time and fifth in the last six seasons.
Visiting Hudson took the lead early, but Emily Bowe’s penalty kick tied the score at 1-1 with 14:54 left in the first half. Neither team found a winner in the remainder of regulation or overtime.
Hudson’s season ended with an 11-3-1 record.
— Goal details via CJ Eilers, Vinton Newspapers
No. 8 Van Meter 4, No. 9 Solon 0
Van Meter (11-5) is state bound for the first time as its own program.
Solon (16-4) hadn’t given up a goal in its last seven games, but the host Bulldogs found the net in the first half and pulled away with three more in the second.
ADM/Van Meter advanced six times as a combined team, including in 2019.
No. 4 Sioux City Heelan 7, Western Christian 1
No. 6 Underwood 2, Treynor 1
No. 2 Des Moines Christian 9, Garner GHV 0
No. 3 Dike-New Hartford 2, No. 11 Denver 1
No. 5 Nevada 4, Pella Christian 0
No. 1 Davenport Assumption 6, Dubuque Wahlert 0