Division III Sectional Tournament

Ridgewood 60,

Coshocton 23

DOVER -- In early 1985, Ronald Reagan was sworn into his second term, the San Francisco 49ers defeated the Miami Dolphins 38-16 in Super Bowl XIX, We Are the World was the number one song, , and Coca Cola changed formula to relaunch its flagship brand as New Coke (which last three months). It also was the last time the Lady Generals won a sectional title in basketball.

The 2010-2011 class of Ridgewood athletes ended that drought by steamrolling Coshocton 60-23 in the Division III sectional final at Dover on Wednesday.

With the win, the Lady Generals advance to play West Muskingum, a 59-37 winner over Monroe Central, in district action at Steubenville High School this Wednesday with a 7 p.m. tipoff.

The outcome was never in doubt as the Lady Generals shot to a 14-4 first quarter lead that they increased to 31-14 by halftime. The second half was more of the first with the Orange and Black pounding their fellow Coshocton County residents 20-6 in the third period and 9-3 in the fourth to bring home the title.

Ali Lusk paved the way with 19 points for Ridgewood (15-7) while Kayla Tedrick came through with 15 points and six assists. Kelsey Miller also hit double digits with 10 points to go with six rebounds while Alaynee Frazee connected on eight points.

Kasey Means scored 10 points for Coshocton (3-19).

Ridgewood 14 17 20 9 - 60

Coshocton 4 10 6 3 - 23

Division III Sectional Tournament

Tusky Valley 59,

Indian Valley 52

DOVER -- The Lady Braves season came to an end last Saturday as they fell to the Lady Trojans 59-52 in Division III sectional tournament action at Dover High School.

Tusky Valley moved out to a 13-9 first quarter lead and then exploded for a 19-8 advantage in the second period to go into halftime leading 32-17.

Indian Valley wasn't done though as the Lady Brave's, who last week won their first tournament game in nine years with a 59-35 win over Buckeye Trail, came back with a 16-9 run to close the gap to 41-33 as the fourth quarter began. Both teams played well in the final eight minutes with Tusky Valley edging the Lady Brave's 20-19 for the final margin.

The Lady Braves (4-18) were led by Emily Baker who drained 17 points. Emler came through with nine, Paige Saho scored eight, and Robinson scored seven. Kandray and Shamel added five apiece. Shamel led the team in rebounds with seven.

The Lady Trojans (10-11) go 29 points from Sharon Tucke, including five three-pointers.

Indian Valley 9 8 16 19 - 52

Tusky Valley 13 19 9 20 - 59