FREMONT – Two games in Class 1A Sectional 52 produced two very different outcomes at Fremont High School Wednesday.

Top-ranked Fort Wayne Blackhawk beat Lakeland Christian Academy 94-30 in one game, while Hamilton survived the other game by beating Lakewood Park 72-69 in overtime.

Blackhawk (22-2) will face Hamilton (5-17) in a semifinal game Friday night, while Bethany Christian (3-19) will square off with the host Eagles (7-16) in the other semifinal.

The championship game is slated for Saturday, with the winner advancing to the Triton Regional.

Lakeland Christian set the single season record for three-pointers made in a season, but the Cougars were simply outmatched by the Braves, who scored nearly as many points in the first quarter as LCA did in the game.

Blackhawk led 26-7 after one quarter of play, 50-11 at halftime and 74-21 heading into the final frame.

“I’m proud of our guys for the way they battled all season,” said LCA coach Chris Hohm, whose team finished the season with a record of 10-14.

“We finished with our heads held high and had a great time enjoying our last game.”

Senior Frankie Davidson led Blackhawk with 21 points, while sophomores Zane Burke and Caleb Furst scored 14 points each, and senior Abe Hicks chipped in with 12.

For LCA, senior Jake Harmon led the way with 12 points, while classmates Braxton Keller and Trenton Parker tallied six and four points, respectively.

Senior Landon Twombly finished with three points, five rebounds and five assists in his last game for the Cougars.

Twombly’s three-pointer in the fourth quarter gave the Cougars a school record 164 made treys in a season, which later grew by one when Harmon connected from the arc.