Chaminade Julienne had a furious second half rally but Legacy Christian held on for a 54-51 final in girls basketball on Tuesday.
Emily Riddle led the way with 21 points, Emma Hess added 18 and Kathleen Ahner 12.
Coldwater 47, Van Wert 27: Lauren Gilliland recorded 28 points and 18 rebounds to carry Coldwater.
Fairborn 52, Oakwood 49: Khala Powell put up 16 points and Evelyn Oktavec added 12 to help Fairborn hold off an Oakwood rally. Lauren Hapgood led Oakwood with 27 points and Kylie Foos had 10.
Fort Loramie 69, Fairlawn 29: Dana Rose finished with 16 points, six steals and four assists to lead Loramie. Marissa Meiring added 13 points and Kenzie Hoelscher 12.
Kalida 43, St. Marys Memorial 36: Elena Menker led SM with 11 points and Kendall Dieringer added 10.
Kenton Ridge 47, Westerville North 27: Mikala Morris led the way with 17 points, Kirsten Wiley added 13 and Marian Baker 10 for KR.
Miami Valley 40, Northridge 30: Katie Campbell scored 11 points and Eva Lyon 10 for MV.
National Trail 54, Dixie 34: Skyler Ward netted 19 points and Makena Laird tacked on five steals with seven assists. McKinlee Ruppert led Dixie with 13 points.
Piqua 60, Graham 30: Katelyn Nash paced Graham with 12 points.
Triad 52, Shekinah Christian 32: Cati LeVan poured in 23 points, including five three-point baskets, to lead Triad. Baylie Plank added 14 and Makenzie Cauley 10.
Versailles 77, Delphos SJ’s 49: Brooke Stonebraker tallied 15 points and Lindsey Winner tacked on 14 to lead four girls in double-digit scoring for Versailles.
Northwestern 2753, Ben Logan 2524: Tyler Nicholas shot a 381 series for Ben Logan in a losing effort.
Greenon 2348, West Liberty-Salem 1766: Hailee Clifford finished with a 340 series in a losing effort for WLS.
Northwestern 2421, Ben Logan 2322: Kaylee Nicholas bowled a 400 series, including a 235 game, for Ben Logan.
Tecumseh 2020, North Union 1896: Audrey Wurts rolled a 170 game and Emma Wurts added a 165 for Tecumseh.
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