Posted On: 03/11/21 3:34 PM

The morning session ended up with a pair of blowouts as Fort Loramie defeated Crestview 66-24 and McDonald had no trouble with Waterford 57-29. That sets up the Division IV state finals on Saturday morning.

In addition to the previously released top players from Session 1, there were also come other key players with breakout games. Here they are:

Cali Gregory, 5-8 2024, Convoy Crestview

She is only a freshman and I believe really has a bright future in this game. This game does not detour me from that belief. She scored six points and grabbed four rebounds in their loss to Fort Loramie. She is a heady player for a ’24 and has good court sense. Able to create and with good handles, she will use the summer to improve. She has good body control and is able to create. Solid point guard skills.

Olivia Cunningham, 5-6 2021, Convoy Crestview

Lost in the tough decision against Fort Loramie was the play from Olivia. She was a senior leader and showed an ability to rebound despite being 5’6. She had good body control and could penetrate well to the rim. Nobody scored much in their loss, but she showed the ability to play well on the stage. Finished with four points and a team high five rebounds.

Ava Sholtis Ava Sholtis 5'8" | CG Fort Loramie | 2022 State OH , 5-9 2022, Fort Loramie

I can’t emphasize enough how impressive it was to even see her out here. Six months from an ACL repair, she is getting better every game as she builds up minutes. Scored six points with five rebounds and a game high four assists as she demonstrated a complete game and adds a big dimension to their attack. Scores well around the rim, finishes and rebounds well to lead the break.

Taylor Tuchek, 5-5 2021, McDonald

Did a great job on the defensive side of the ball, able to really disrupt the Waterford game. Loved her intensity and ability to explode to the rim on the move and score. Aggressive to the ball, forced turnovers and was a factor in the transition game for the Blue Devils. Finished with seven points, seven rebounds and three assists, and was very crucial in the win,

Cara Taylor, 5-4 2022, Waterford

Like Suprano, this junior had the look in her eyes after the game focused on learning from this one. Solid guard with a complete game. Finished with 11 points and defensively she swiped seven steals. Ran the show well even though the offense struggled to score. Showed some good things and can distribute the ball to her team.

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