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Williamsburg is the only team that has had any luck in slowing down Clear Creek Amana this season.
That same familiar foe had a little more success against the Clippers on Tuesday.
Class 2A No. 10 Williamsburg broke open a two-point halftime game with a 21-point third quarter and completed the regular season of 3A seventh-ranked Clear Creek Amana with a 73-59 win over the Clippers in a WAMAC West Division showdown in Williamsburg.
Clear Creek Amana dropped to 9-2 on the season and 8-2 in conference play with the loss while Williamsburg improved to 12-2 and 11-0 in WAMAC action.
Ben Swails led three Clear Creek Amana players in double figures with 19 points while Kyle Schrepfer and Grant Kruse each added 12 points for the Clippers.
Harrison Rosenberg had eight points, six rebounds and three steals for Clear Creek Amana.
Clear Creek Amana 13 17 10 19 – 59
Williamsburg 21 11 21 20 – 73