LINCOLN, NEB - For the fourth straight season, and for the fourth year as a school, the Elkhorn North Wolves are champions of NSAA Class B Girls Basketball. 

The Wolves topped Skutt Catholic 49-47, with go ahead free throws by Reese Booth in the final seconds. 

"It was such an emotional game, I knew I was going to get them," Booth, a Northern Iowa Volleyball commit, said. "We all worked our tails off, we were going to win that game."

Husker commit Britt Prince recorded another double-double with 17 points and 12 rebounds, as Elkhorn North dominated on the glass, snatching 18 offensive rebounds in the win. 

"You've got to love a close game like that," Prince said. "Getting big stops down the stretch was huge, none of us like to lose, and we were all doing everything we could to get that game."

The game didn't come easy for Elkhorn North, as they trailed Skutt 29-25 at the half and went down seven in the third quarter. Skyhawk Molly Ladawig dropped a game high 18 in the loss. 

For the Wolves, and head coach Ann Prince, its a perfect four for four at state since the school opened. 

"To win four titles in a row, I don't know if it's sunk in for them or me about how hard that is," Prince said. "You have to bring it every single night."

Elkhorn North girls basketball now has an overall record of 97-5, with four state championships.