Roundup: Ridgemont tops Parkway in triple overtime in girls tourney basketball


By Staff Reports - sports@limanews.com



HARROD — Jennifer Jordan (20), Meadow Cromer (17) and Priscilla Howland (12) each scored in double digits as Ridgemont (15-8) advanced to play St. Henry with a 59-52 triple overtime victory against Parkway in Tuesday night’s Division IV sectional semifinal at Allen East.

Sydney Crouch had 22 points and Claire Eichler scored eight for Parkway (10-13). Ridgemont will play St. Henry at 6 p.m. Saturday for the sectional title at Allen East.

Ottoville 58, Hardin Northern 8

PAULDING — Bridget Landin had 13 points and Amber Miller scored 10 for Ottoville (21-2) which will play against Pandora-Gilboa at 6 p.m. Saturday at Paulding.

Lincolnview 52, Delphos St. John’s 48 (OT)

PAULDING — Alena Looser had 15 points and Kayla Schimmoeller scored 14 for Lincolnview (11-12), which will play Delphos Jefferson in a sectional final at 8 p.m. Saturday. Taylor Zuber had 13 points and Paige Gaynier scored 11 for DSJ (9-14).

North Baltimore 65, Cory-Rawson 52

FINDLAY — Hayley Waltz had 12 points and Zoe Chisholm scored 11 for Cory-Rawson, which finished its season at 4-19.

Botkins 30, Riverside 28

SIDNEY — Botkins (15-9) overcame a 10-minute scoreless streak to earn a sectional semifinal win.

Sarah Bergman led Botkins with 10 points, eight of which came in the first half. Davis led Riverside with 10.

Botkins, the No. 4 seed in the sectional, will face Russia in a sectional final at noon Saturday.

Division III

Crestview 60, Patrick Henry 34

MIDDLE POINT — Paige Motycka (17), Lexi Gregory (16) and Lyvia Black (15) each scored in double digits for Crestview (17-6) at Lincolnview. The Knights will play third-seeded Hicksville in a sectional final at 6 p.m. Saturday at Lincolnview.

Boys basketball

Shawnee 57, St. Marys 55 (OT)

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Tyler Moore (15), Sheridan O’Neal (13) and Johnny Caprella (11) each scored in double digits for Shawnee. Braedon Dunlap, Austin Wilker and Ethan Mielke each had 15 points for St. Marys.

Upper Scioto Valley 68,

Allen East 42

MCGUFFEY — Quinn Sanders (17), Wayne Lowery (15) and Dylan Thompson (12) each scored in double digits for USV (18-4). Bradden Crumrine had 11 points and Tyler Clum scored 10 for Allen East (4-17).

Colleges

Women’s basketball

Ohio Northern 76,

Wilmington 60

ADA — Lindsey Black scored a career-high 17 points to lead No. 24-ranked Ohio Northern to a victory against Wilmington in a Ohio Athletic Conference Tournament quarterfinal at the ONU Sports Center.

The top-seeded Polar Bears (22-4) advance to Thursday’s semifinals and will host either fourth-seeded Otterbein or fifth-seeded Baldwin Wallace. The eighth-seeded Quakers end their season with an 11-15 record.

Alexis Kirkbride had 12 points, Amy Bullimore added 11 points and Marion Local grad Emily Mescher also scored 11 points for ONU.

Bluffton 69, Mount St. Joseph 58

BLUFFTON — Macey Sheerer (17), TJ Mills (15), Nora Hemminger (11) and Allen East graduate Kaycee Rowe (11) all scored in double digits for the host Beavers (20-6) in a Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament quarterfinal. Rowe also had 10 rebounds. Bluffton will next play second-seeded Transylvania in a tournament semifinal at 8:30 p.m. Friday at Rose-Hulman.

Men’s basketball

ONU 81, Capital 60

ADA — Nate Burger and Joey DiOrio each had 19 points and Daniel Donner scored 16 as ONU (18-8) advanced to the semifinal of the OAC tournament. The Polar Bears will play at top-seeded John Carroll, an 86-65 winner against Heidelberg, in a tourney semifinal at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Hanover 88, Bluffton 78

HANOVER, Ind. — Lincolnview graduate Justis Dowdy had 24 points and seven rebounds and Kevin Christie scored 23 for the visiting Beavers (11-15) in an HCAC Tournament quarterfinal.

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