A record 193 points were scored in one game during day four of the 2016 Iowa High School Girls Basketball State Tournament.

In Class 3A Action ... See Bracket

With both teams playing at a break-neck pace, top-ranked Pocahontas outlasted No. 4 Cherokee 102-91 in a Class 3A semifinal that produced one wow moment after another. Three players scored at least 35 points as the two teams combined for the most points ever — 193 — in a five-player state tournament game. The 102 points by Pocahontas were the second most in the five-player tourney. (Read More, Box Score)

The defending Class 3A Iowa High School Girls Basketball State Tournament champion will return to the title game. Nevada held off Center Point-Urbana 49-41 during its semifinal match-up. That sets up a rematch of the 2015 Girls Basketball State Tournament championship game. (Read More, Box Score)

In Class 2A Action ... See Bracket

Defending champion Unity Christian returns to the championship game after beating No. 2 Iowa City Regina 53-45, dealing the Regals their first loss of the season. (Read More, Box Score)

Top-ranked Western Christian overwhelmed Okoboji and claimed a 70-41 semifinal victory. It’s the Wolfpack’s fourth trip in five years to the Iowa High School Girls Basketball State Tournament championship game. (Read More, Box Score)

In Class 1A Action ... See Bracket

Turkey Valley is making the most of its first-ever appearance at the Iowa High School Girls State Basketball Tournament. The top-ranked Trojans are one victory away from claiming the championship. They beat Burlington Notre Dame Thursday, 79-67. (Read More, Box Score)

In a rematch of last year’s title game, Springville rallied from an early deficit and used a big advantage at the free throw line to beat defending champion Newell-Fonda 59-52. (Read More, Box Score)