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      Tuesday night girl's regional's and boy's district semi's

      Not only was it Super Tuesday in the political theater but on the basketball court.

      The high school girl's were playing in the regional semi-finals, while the Division IV boy's played in the district semi-finals.

      At Ohio Northern University the Rogers Rams were down eleven in the fourth quarter, only to cut the lead to two with 17-seconds left.

      Junior Cha'ron Sweeney had an open look at a step back three pointer for the lead but missed, Lima Bath got the rebound and the win, 63-59.

      "We (were) down and the girl's showed a lot of heart and fought back," said Rogers coach Lamar Smith. "I'm proud of them and what they did this year."

      The City League champs finish the season 19-5.

      In the second game at ONU, Archbold suffered their first loss of the season. The Streaks lost to Caite Craft and the Liberty-Benton Eagles, 40-32.

      In Division I, there was no drama at the Sullivan Center at Central Catholic.

      Perrysburg managed to shoot only 10 of 37 from the field as Notre Dame cruised to a 44-28 win.

      Cat Wells led all scorers with 16 points.

      On the boy's side, Toledo Christian and New Riegel played in the opener of the Division IV district semi-finals at Lakota.

      TC built a slight lead in the fourth quarter only to see New Riegel's Cody Kinn tie it late in the fourth with 2 of his 17 points.

      The Eagles Josh Winzeler had a chance to win it with a jumper just before the final horn but came up short and the game went to overtime tied at 51.

      In OT, Domique Pittman drove the lane for a lay-up that put Toledo Christian ahead for good, giving the Eagles a 57-52 win.

      "We got good senior leadership," said junior Eric Cellier, who led all scorers with 27 points. "It was a good win for us."

      "Seven out of the last eight years we've been in the district final," said TC head coach Dave McWhinnie. "I think there is a lot of experience. Our kids last year played in the regional finals and picked up a lot of experience. We want to hopefully bring that with us Friday night."

      It will be an all-Toledo Area Athletic Conference district final on Friday night, as Maumee Valley beat Tiffin Calvert 58-51 in the second game at Lakota.