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County girls' squads learn sectional matchups
Monday, February 04, 2013 2:23 PM

By KEVIN WANNEMACHER • Sportswriter

Although none of the county squads received top seeds, all three girls high school basketball teams learned their future opponents in sectional tournament action.

In Division III at Defiance, Archbold and Delta picked up the seeds and each took semifinal games.

Delta (14-5) tangles with Paulding (4-14) on Feb. 20 at 6:15 p.m. with Tinora (12-6) awaiting the winner on Feb. 23 at 6:15. The bottom half of the sectional features Archbold (17-1) against Liberty Center (1-18) in the second game Feb. 20. The Blue Streak-Tiger victor comes back on Feb. 23 to play Fairview (2-16).

At Lima Bath, Ottawa Glandorf (13-6) and Coldwater (12-7) recorded the two seeds.

The first semifinal on Feb. 20 has Bluffton (9-8) against the Cavaliers while Lima Central Catholic (9-10) tangles with Wayne Trace (5-13) in the nightcap. The Bluffton-Coldwater winner returns to play Allen East (9-8) in the first sectional title game on Feb. 23 followed by the LCC-WT victor taking on the Titans.

Edgerton (15-4) and North Central (8-10) took the top two seeds in the Division IV sectional at Bryan. Montpelier (6-13) hooks up against Edon (5-14) on Feb. 19 with the winner returning to battle North Central on Feb. 23. In the bottom half of the tournament, Antwerp (3-15) plays Hicksville (1-19) Feb. 19 with Edgerton awaiting the winner.

 

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