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After taking the court for the first time after teammate Keegan McKee was killed in a car accident last Thursday, Ridgemont held a 42-29 lead heading into the final quarter. Madison Stolly scored 16 of her game-high 25 points in the final quarter to lead LCC to a massive come from behind victory over the Lady Golden Gophers 56-50.
Stolly was joined in double digits by Rosie Williams, who chipped in 14 points.
Ridgemont was led by Priscilla Howland, who scored 20 points in the loss.
LCC moves to 12-11 on the season, and will play New Bremen in the sectional final at Bath on Saturday at 8:00 PM. Ridgemont finishes their season at 16-7.
New Bremen 50, Waynesfield-Goshen 48
Jane Homan’s 15 points led New Bremen to a tight 50-48 win over Waynesfield-Goshen in the sectional semifinal at Bath. Kayla Bergman chipped in 12 points for the 12-11 Lady Cardinals.
Kayla Wilker led Waynesfield-Goshen (7-15) with 14 points. Cassidy Craig scored 11 points in the loss.
The Lady Cardinals advance to play LCC in the sectional final at Bath Saturday at 8:00 PM
Fort Recovery 63, Parkway 32
Fort Recovery dominated Parkway start to finish Wednesday, jumping out to a 27-7 first quarter lead, before holding the Lady Panthers scoreless in the second quarter, en route to a 63-32 win. With the victory, the Lady Indians advance to play Patrick Henry at Wapak Saturday at 8:00 PM for the Sectional Championship.
Jocelyn Kaiser, Carley Stone, and Kiah Wendel each scored 12 points for Fort Recovery (18-3).
Parkway (4-19) was led by Sophia Miller, who scored 6 points in the loss.
Patrick Henry 42, Paulding 30
The Lady Panthers dug an early 14-7 deficit and could never claw their way out of it, as Patrick Henry eliminated Paulding 42-30 Wednesday.
Brianna Townley led the way for Paulding, scoring 10 points and grabbing 6 rebounds in the loss.
Paulding ends their season at 4-18, while Patrick Henry (15-6) advances to the Sectional Final at Wapak to face Fort Recovery Saturday at 8:00 PM
North Baltimore 46, Pandora-Gilboa 44
Alivia Light scored a game-high 15 points to lead North Baltimore to a tight 46-44 win over BVC foe Pandora-Gilboa in the sectional semifinal at Bluffton.
Light also grabbed 6 rebounds and led the Lady Tigers in assists with 4. She also was a perfect 4-4 from the free throw line.
Pandora-Gilboa (13-9) was led by Alexa Maag’s 10 points. Brittany Hovest scored 9 points and grabbed 8 boards in the loss.
With the win, North Baltimore improves to 16-7, and will play Wayne Trace Saturday at 8:00 PM at Bluffton High School.
Wayne Trace 54, Kalida 42
Danae Myers scored 21 of Wayne Trace’s 54 points in the Lady Raiders victory over Kalida.
Myers, who shot a perfect 5-5 from the charity stripe, also led Wayne Trace with 6 rebounds. The Lady Raiders made 19 of 22 free throws as a team, while Kalida shot just 6 of 15 from the line.
The Lady Wildcats (11-12) were led by Sarah Klausing, who scored 19 points. Lauren Langhals scored 11 points and grabbed 7 rebounds in the loss.
The win moves Wayne Trace to 20-3, and they advance to play North Baltimore in the Sectional Final Saturday at 8:00 PM at Bluffton High School.