Trace unable to hold lead, falls in state semis 48-40


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Tanner Bryant led the Lady Panthers with 17 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and three steals. Victoria Fliehman had 12 points and five rebounds.


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COLUMBUS — Hathaway Brown closed the game with an 18-4 run Thursday and defeated Miami Trace 48-40 in a Division II OHSAA Girls Basketball Championship semifinal game at the Schottenstein Center.

The victory puts Hathaway Brown (18-10) in the Division II state championship game 10:45 a.m. Saturday against Kettering Alter (28-2) at the Schott.

Miami Trace, champions of the South Central Ohio League, ends its season with a 24-5 record.

Tanner Bryant led the Lady Panthers with 17 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and three steals. Victoria Fliehman had 12 points and five rebounds.

Miami Trace did not shoot the ball well, connecting on 14 of 47 from the field (29.8 percent) which included 2 for 15 shooting beyond the arc.

Also, the Lady Panthers were outrebounded 46-26. Miami Trace also committed just six turnovers and held a 13-2 advantage in points off turnovers.

The Lady Panthers had leads of 7-1 and 14-3 in the first half. Hathaway Brown pulled within 18-13 in the second quarter but Miami Trace held firm and took a 23-15 advantage into the lockerroom.

The Trace lead was 30-20 midway through the third period before Hathaway Brown made its first serious run. A 10-2 scoring burst cut the Trace lead to 32-30 early in the fourth. Bryant made four free throws to push the Lady Panthers back on top by six 36-30 at the 6:53 mark.

But Hathaway Brown scored 10 of the next 12 points to take the lead for good and end Miami Trace’s hopes for a state title.

SUMMARY

March 16, 2017

@Schottenstein Center, OSU

Hathaway Brown 48 Miami Trace 40

MT 09.14.09.08…..40

HB 03.12.13.30…..48

(40) MIAMI TRACE (fg-3fg-ft-tp) Lovett 1-0-4-6 Reisinger 1-1-0-3 Fliehman 5-1-1-12 Bryant 6-0-5-17 Ritenour 0-0-0-0 Wolffe 0-0-0-0 McDonald 1-0-0-2. TOTALS 14-2-10-40

(48) HATHAWAY BROWN (fg-3fg-ft-tp) Harlor 2-0-4-8 Berk 0-0-0-0 D. Lawson 4-0-8-16 K. Lawson 4-0-2-10 Carman 4-1-0-9 Radke 1-0-1-3 Aris 1-0-0-2. TOTALS 16-2-14-48

FIELD GOALS: MT 14-47 (Fliehman 5-9 Bryant 6-18 McDonald 1-9 Reisinger 1-6 Lovett 1-2); HB 16-48 (D. Lawson 4-10 K. Lawson 4-6 Carman 4-13 Harlor 2-10 Radke 1-4 Berk 0-4)

3 PT FIELD GOALS: MT 2-15 (Fliehman 1-3 Reisinger 1-4 Bryant 0-4 McDonald 0-4); HB 2-15 (Radke 1-2 Carman 1-4 Berk 0-2 Harlor 0-7)

FREE THROWS:MT 10-14 (Bryant 5-8 Lovett 4-4 Fliehman 1-2); HB 14-21 (D. Lawson 8-10 K. Lawson 2-2 Harlor 4-8)

REBOUNDS: MT-26 (Bryant 10 Fliehman 5 Reisinger 4 McDonald 2 Lovett 1); HB-46 (D. Lawson 14 Harlor 14 Radke 6)

ASSISTS: MT-7 (Bryant 4); HB-3

STEALS: MT-6 (Bryant 3 McDonald 2); HB-3 (K. Lawson 2)

BLOCKED SHOTS: MT-0; BK-5 (Harlor 3)

TURNOVERS: MT-6; HB-14

Tanner Bryant led the Lady Panthers with 17 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and three steals. Victoria Fliehman had 12 points and five rebounds.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_TannerBryant.jpgTanner Bryant led the Lady Panthers with 17 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and three steals. Victoria Fliehman had 12 points and five rebounds. Civitas Media File

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