BERLIN, Ohio – 2023 A traditional within the nation started Saturday on the Reese Heart at Berlin Hiland Excessive Faculty. Under is a fast recap of every of Saturday’s eight video games.
Northwest 39, Sheridan 35
After trailing all the first half, the Indians got here again within the second half and outscored the Generals 26-15 to win.
The Indians began the second half with an 11-2 run and had one other run within the fourth quarter with a 9-0 run.
Seniors Ashlyn Stark and Ashley Cudnik every scored 13 factors for the Indians, who at the moment are 12-2.
Ava Heller scored 11 factors for Sheridan.
Waynedale 45, Portsmouth 44
After Sienna Allen hit a deep 3-pointer with lower than 10 seconds left to tie the sport for Portsmouth, Waynedale responded with a last-second foul play. McKenna Baney hit the primary free throw and missed the second. The Golden Bears grabbed the rebound to safe the victory.
Addesa Miller led Waynedale with 17 factors and Alyssa Geiser added 11 factors. Allen led all scorers with 19 factors.
Magnificat 52, Tri-Valley 40
Regardless of 26 factors for Tri-Valley’s Lexi Howe, Magnificat gained 52-40.
Katie Maryo led the Blue Stripes with 14 factors, together with 4 3-pointers. JaCaia Onunwor scored 10 objectives for Magnificat, which had balanced scoring with 5 gamers scoring six or extra factors.
The important thing to the sport was to reply each run that Howe and the Scotties made, and Magnificat did simply that. A well timed shot from Maryo.
Toledo Notre Dame Academy 41, West Department 37
The Eagles, led by Dekota Smith’s 19 factors, survived a livid comeback try by the Warriors.
The Warriors trailed by double digits till Ja’Nya Anderson hit a 3-pointer with lower than a minute to play for Toledo Notre Dame, chopping it to only one level with 1:15 left.
Sophie Gregory scored on a layup with 8.3 seconds to play at West Department, however it was too little too late as Toledo Notre Dame shut down the free throw line with a pair of pictures by Katie Bissell as West Department was fouled. 1.2 seconds left.
Archbishop Hoban 42, Lakota West 41
Lakota West led for a lot of the sport, however the Knights pulled out the win within the fourth quarter.
Emma Rasmussen led the Knights with 14 factors and Hoban outscored the Firebirds 14-8 within the fourth quarter. The Knights gained each quarter besides the primary, when Lakota West dominated 10-2.
Lawrence Central (Indiana) 31, Kettering Archbishop Alter 29
Aniyah McKenzie made a layup as time expired to present the Bears the win.
The freshman took management of the ultimate possession and drove from the highest of the lane with about three seconds remaining, leaving the ball out of his arms earlier than the ultimate horn sounded. The ball bounced all around the rim earlier than lastly falling.
McKenzie led all scorers with 11, whereas Jaylah Lampley added 10 for Lawrence Central. Elena Thompson and Maddie Moody had seven every for Alter.
West Holmes 40, Lima Bathtub 30
West Holmes noticed its lead slip away within the fourth quarter solely to claw it again and win the sport.
After Bathtub tied the sport at 35-35 with a pair of free throws, West Holmes went down and took the lead on a layup with 1:23 left by Aveona Yoder, who scored seven factors within the sport. Yoder then recovered Lima’s fumble with 40 seconds left.
After Keegan Uhl sank a pair of free throws for West Holmes, Elena Oliver hit a troublesome shot to chop the deficit once more with 14 seconds remaining.
Chloe Patten was good on a pair of free throws for the Knights and West Holmes made a foul three. Rachel Clark missed the primary three pictures and tried to overlook the second, however it went in.
West Holmes missed a free throw for possession with simply 1.2 seconds left, and Lima could not get a superb shot as time expired.
Allie McMillen led all scorers with 11 factors for West Holmes and Anne Oliver with 14 for Bathtub.
Crestview 48, Hiland 40
Crestview by no means trailed via the ultimate three quarters, defeating the host Hawks in Saturday’s ultimate.
After falling behind 9-8 within the first quarter, the Knights went on an 11-4 run to take a lead they might by no means relinquish.
Kali Gregory led all scorers for Crestview with 20 factors and Laci McCoy added 14 for the Knights.
Mallory Stutzman scored 11 factors and Ashley Mullett scored 10 factors for the Hawks.