The Go-Hawks and Indians both went 2-0 over the past week.
Hogan Hansen led all scorers with 19 points, and Keaton Farmer added 12.
In addition, Bryce Phelps scored 15 points, and Caylor Hoffer added 11.
Back on Dec. 11, 2019, the Waverly-Shell Rock girls basketball team broke the school record for fewest points allowed in a game after trouncing Oelwein 79-5.
W-SR held Crestwood's star center in Sharon Goodman to just 15 points.
The Go-Hawks' Northeast Iowa Conference record falls to 4-2 with the loss.
Point guard Leo Dodd has missed the last six games, but Jaden Appleby has stepped up in a big way.
Meanwhile, Clarksville remained at No. 9 in Class 1A.
Meanwhile, Kiks Rosengarten led all scorers with 22 points.
The Go-Hawks won their eighth straight behind 36 combined points from Abbie Draper and Britney Young.
Waverly-Shell Rock was again ranked No. 11 in Class 4A after beating Waukon on Dec. 20.
The Waverly-Shell Rock girls basketball team ended 2019 looking like one of the better teams in Class 4A, and it entered 2020 looking no different.
Wapsie Valley improves to 3-4 with the win, while Janesville falls to 8-1.
W-SR heads into winter break at an even 4-4, while Marion improves to 5-1 on the year.
The Wildcats cracked the top-10 in Class 1A after starting the season 6-0.
The Indians rose to No. 5 in Class 1A, and W-SR rose two spots in Class 4A.
Both of the Waverly-Shell Rock boys and girls basketball teams headed to New Hampton on Tuesday for Northeast Iowa Conference showdowns with the Chickasaws, and both teams returned home to Wav…
The Indians have won five straight and are beating their opponents by an average of 38 points per game.
The Cyclones are averaging 77 points over the last four games.
After starting the year 0-4, Denver has now won four straight after beating Jesup on Monday night.