BLUFFTON — Patrick Henry converted 14-of-24 attempts from the free throw line in the fourth quarter, helping propel the Patriots to a 45-37 victory over Fairview in a Division III sectional semifinal.

Olivia Thompson netted 17 points and Kayla Prigge added 12 points for Patrick Henry (11-12), which advances to the sectional finals against Coldwater.

Mercedes Wagner’s 21 markers led Fairview (15-6), which shot just 2-of-9 from the charity stripe in the fourth quarter.

PATRICK HENRY (45) — Sonnenberg 7; Nelson 0; Nickels 0; Prigge 12; Thompson 17; Seedorf 0; Vance 7; Bostelman 2; Fintel 0. Totals 11-20-45.

FAIRVIEW 37 — Baker 0; Smith 2; Wagner 21; Cline 7; Marshall 6; Ricica 0; Mealer 1. Totals 15-5-37.

Three-point goals: Patrick Henry — Prigge 2, Thompson. Fairview — Marshall 2. Rebounds: Patrick Henry 37 (Vance 8), Fairview 30 (Ricica 10). Turnovers: Patrick Henry 18, Fairview 23.

Patrick Henry 5 12 10 18 — 45

Fairview 7 9 13 8 — 37

Division IV

Paulding 54,

Hicksville 19

VAN WERT — Paulding took down Hicksville in convincing fashion in their Division III sectional semifinal at Lincolnview High School on Tuesday, dispatching the Aces, 54-19.

The 10-13 Panthers will advance to take on top-seeded and state-ranked Ottawa-Glandorf (20-1, No. 5 D-III) on Saturday at 6:15 p.m.

Hicksville ends its season with a 10-13 mark.

No statistics were available.

Stryker 55, Hilltop 17

BRYAN — The Stryker Lady Panthers scored 30 points from behind the arc, had four players reach double figures and forced 33 Hilltop turnovers in a 55-17 sectional victory over the Cadets in game one at Bryan.

Courtney Stewart topped the Stryker scorebook with 15 points while Brittney Haines scored 14 and led the team with four treys. Anna Stuckey and Emma Grime eached chipped in 11 points for the Lady Panthers (21-2), who will now battle Cardinal Stritch on Saturday at 6:15 p.m. in a championship twinbill.

Hilltop (1-22) was paced by freshman Alex Horton with five points.

HILLTOP (17) — Maddox 2; Horton 5; Jones 0; La. Baker 0; Norden 0; Brenner 4; Jeremeay 2; Barnum 2; Connolly 0; Le. Baker 2; Reed 0; Dennison 0. Totals 7-1-17.

STRYKER (55) — Haines 14; Grice 0; Myers 3; Cadwell 1; Stewart 15; Stuckey 11; Waterfeld 0; Doriot 0; Grime 11; Belvins 0; Tingley 0; Cox 0. Totals 20-5-55.

Three-point goals: Hilltop — Horton, Brenner. Stryker — Haines 4, Stewart 3, Grime 2, Meyers. Turnovers: Hilltop 33, Stryker 12.

Hilltop 5 6 4 2 — 17

Stryker 22 13 15 5 — 55

Edgerton 54, Ottawa Hills 30

BRYAN — Edgerton swelled a 22-10 halftime lead into a 54-30 triumph over Ottawa Hills in the night cap of sectional semifinal play at Bryan.

Emma Siebenaler and Ally Cape led the Lady Bulldogs (11-11) with 17 and 11 points, respectively, helping drive Edgerton into a sectional championship meeting with Edon (13-7) on Saturday at 8 p.m.

Catherin Byrne was the lone player to reach double digits for the Green Bears (12-9), tossing in 10.

OTTAWA HILLS (30) — Greeley 1; Richard 0; Dewhirst 4; Shawaker 0; Byrne 10; Szyperski 2; Ahmed 0; Diesen 4; Pucak 0; Westmeyer 9; Wilson 0. Totals 11-8-30.

EDGERTON (54) — E. Siebenaler 17; Cape 11; McNalley 0; Leppelmeier 0; H. Siebenaler 4; Schroeder 0; Smith 0; F. Hernman 0; Flegal 6; Pelz 0; A. Herman 0; Sullivan 4; Moreno 3; Hug 9. Totals 24-3-54.

Three-point goals: Edgerton — Cape, Moreno, Hug. Turnovers: Ottawa Hills 21, Edgerton 22.

Ottawa Hills 3 7 14 16 — 30

Edgerton 10 12 19 13 — 54

Fayette 66,

Maumee Valley Country Day 38

WAUSEON — A nearly perfect 11-of-12 performance at the foul line was just one of the reasons Fayette cruised to a 66-38 triumph over Maumee Valley Country Day in the D-IV sectional early game at Wauseon.

Trista Fruchey canned a game-high 26 points to lead Fayette (5-15), which will now take on Buckeye Border Conference rival Pettisville (15-7) in game one of Saturday’s sectional championships at 1 p.m.

Madeline Peek led the Hawks (6-17) with nine points.

MVCD (38) — Papocchia 6; Lee 1; Francisco 2; Hermann 16; Elahina 2; Schmitt 0; Bailey 2; Villa 0; Peek 9; Brandon 0; Wishner 0. Totals 13-9-38.

FAYETTE (66) — Ruger 3; Keiser 0; Bentley 9; Figgins 7; Vanderveer 4; Rufenacht 9; Gaona 2; Leininger 0; Brown 0; Robinson 4; Fruchey 26; Blosser 0. Totals 26-11-66.

Three-point goals: MVCD — Hermann 2, Papocchia. Fayette — Ruger, Bentley, Figgins.

MVCD 14 3 7 14 — 38

Fayette 19 17 12 18 — 66

North Central 50,

Emmanuel Christian 21

WAUSEON — North Central ended up on the good side of a 34-12 turnover margin to notch a 50-27 victory over Emmanuel Christian in a sectional semifinal tilt at Wauseon.

Sidney McKarns netted 12 points as the leading scorer for North Central (7-14), which posted an 18-4 final quarter over the Warriors (4-15).

Maddie Miller scored 10 to pace Emmanuel Christian.

The Eagles will now face Toledo Christian (14-8) on Saturday at 2:45 p.m. for a sectional title.

EMMAUNUEL CHRISTIAN (27) — Battle 5; Miller 10; Kerekes 0; Parmelee 0; Gawrych 2; Peacock 4; Ramsey 0; Yoder 0. Totals 8-3-21.

NORTH CENTRAL (50) — M. Brown 8; Taylor 6; Balser 7; Hickman 5; McKarns 12; Siebeneck 0; Hollstein 0; L. Brown 5; Bonney5; Helms 0; Westfall 0; Elser 2. Totals 18-13-50.

Three-point goals: Emmanuel Christian — Miller 2. North Central — Balser. Turnovers: Emmanuel Christian 34, North Central 12.

Emmanuel Christian 7 5 5 4 — 27

North Central 10 16 6 18 — 50

Crestview 60,

Continental 22

PAULDING — Crestview drained more shots from outside the arc (12) than inside (11) as the Knights advanced to the sectional finals with a 60-22 win over Continental.

Bailey Gregory drained six 3-pointers for 18 points for the Knights (15-6), which will get a rematch with rival Wayne Trace (19-3) in Saturday’s sectional final at Paulding at 8 p.m. Wayne Trace won the regular season matchup 51-46 on Feb. 11. The Crestview-WT contest will tip off at 8 p.m., following a 6:15 sectional final between Kalida and Delphos Jefferson after Jefferson dispatched Fort Jennings on Tuesday, 48-35.

Keri Prowant and Madi Sharp each netted seven points for Continental, which bows out at 4-18 this season.

CONTINENTAL (22) – Armey 4; Prowant 7; Hoeffel 4; Etter 0; Potts 0; Sharp 7; Keller 0. Totals 8-35 3-6 22.

CRESTVIEW (60) – Wolford 4; B. Gregory 18; L. Gregory 16; Speith 7; Cunningham 11; Black 2; Miller 2; Chesbro 0; Hammons 0; L. Bowen 0; E. Bowen 0. Totals 23-40 2-6 60.

Three-point goals: Continental 3-8 (Prowant, Armey, Sharp), Crestview 12-21 (B. Gregory 6, Cunningham 3, L. Gregory 2; Speith). Rebounds: Continental 12, Crestview 29. Turnovers: Continental 14, Crestview 11.

Continental 7 7 6 2 — 22

Crestview 16 12 17 15 — 60

Delphos Jefferson 48, Fort Jennings 35

PAULDING — Delphos Jefferson was 22-25 from the charity line and earned a 48-35 win over Fort Jennings in D-IV sectional action.

Addy Stewart fired in 22 points to pace the Lady Wildcats, which advance to Saturday’s sectional final against second-seeded Kalida.

Kristen Luersman scored 21 for the Lady Musketeers.

DELPHOS JEFFERSON (48) - Buzard 1; Stewart 22; Lindeman 15; McGue 10. Totals 11-22-48.

FORT JENNINGS (35) - Wisner 6; Klir 3; Calvelage 1; Rau 2; Luersman 21; Wieging 2. Totals 12-10-35.

Del. Jeff. 9 10 14 15 - 48

Ft. Jennings 4 11 9 11 - 35

Division III

Woodmore 53,

Swanton 42

OAK HARBOR — Three players hit double figures for Woodmore as the Wildcats downed Swanton 53-42 in a D-III sectional semifinal.

Jordan Nighswander tallied 18 points and 10 rebounds for Woodmore (15-8) while Nora LaMunyon and Katie Brugger chipped in 11 points apiece. Woodmore will take on Otsego at 2:45 p.m. on Saturday at Oak Harbor, following a 1 p.m. tilt between Montpelier and Eastwood.

Aricka Lutz and Frankie Nelson scored 10 points each for Swanton, which concluded their season at 13-10.

SWANTON (42) – Ar. Lutz 10; Nelson 10; Dohm 5; Av. Lutz 9; Wadell 8. Totals 14-8-42.

WOODMORE (53) – Beam 2; Rothert 3; LaMunyon 11; Brugger 11; Nighswander 18; Allen 8. Totals 18-16-53.

Three-point goals: Swanton – Nelson 3, Ar. Lutz 2, Av. Lutz. Woodmore – LaMunyon

Swanton 5 13 6 18 — 42

Woodmore 13 17 10 13 — 53

Regular Season

Lima Bath 60, Tinora 31

Tinora wrapped up its regular season with a 60-31 loss to Lima Bath in a non-league tournament tune-up at the Alan R. Moore Gymnasium.

The Ladycats (11-10) got a game-high 22 points and five 3-pointers from Chandler Clark, who also pulled down four rebounds. Madelyn Renner added 10 points and five boards.

Tinora (9-12) was fronted by 14 points and three triples from Sarah Harris while senior Sarah Harris led the rebounding department with five.

The Lady Rams will now begin their tournament trail on Saturday in a 6:15 p.m. D-III sectional championship game against Liberty-Benton (22-1) at Bluffton High School.

LIMA BATH (60) — Clark 22; Renner 10; Hardison 7; Bolon 6; Dackin 6; Boles 6; Craig 3; Grisby 1.

TINORA (31) — Harris 14; Grieser 5; Andrews 4; Okuley 3; Ackerman 2; Wachtman 2; Hurtt 1.

Three-point goals: Lima Bath — Clark 5, Renner 2, Bolon 2, Hardison, Dackin. Tinora — Harris 3.

Lima Bath 7 19 14 20 — 60

Tinora 4 9 7 11 — 31

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