Durham finished with 23 points, including 13 in the final period, and Reichart scored 20 as Parkview won 60-43. The Vikings play Bolivar in the semifinals at 7 p.m. Friday night.
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Parkview led for most of its matchup against Marshfield, but the Blue Jays were able to hang around thanks to timely 3-point shooting. Marshfield hit nine of the game’s 11 3-pointers.
It was the fourth quarter that made difference, with Durham making shots all over the court and the Blue Jays scoring just three points in the eight-minute stretch.
Blayne Armstrong led Marshfield with 13 points, eight in the first half, and made three treys.
Parkview attacked Marshfield’s zone defense on the inside, with Reichart leading the way. The senior forward had 14 of his 20 points in the first half, including a sweeping hook shot at the buzzer that put the Vikings ahead 30-23 at halftime.
Marshfield got as close as five points in the third quarter, but wasn’t able to close it to a one-possession situation. Parkview got a huge offensive rebound and putback from AJ Green, his only two points of the game, to extend their lead to 45-38 late in the third.
A steal and layup from Marshfield’s Kerrick Wright had previously cut Parkview’s lead to 41-36.
Durham had all but two of Parkviews’ 15 fourth-quarter points. Marshfield didn’t make a field goal in the fourth quarter and got all three of its points from the free throw line.
Parkview 60, Marshfield 43
Marshfield 15 8 17 3 --- 43
Parkview 16 14 15 15 --- 60
Marshfield – Blayne Armstrong 13, Bradey Welsh 12, Brett Diehl 9, Kerrick Wright 6, Lukas Clift 3
Parkview – Erik Durham 23, Nathan Reichart 20, Darris Perry 11, Autry Acord 4, AJ Green 2
Bolivar 44, Reeds Spring 39
Bolivar 5 13 5 21 --- 44
Reeds Spring 7 11 4 17 --- 39
Bolivar – Chance Rash 14, Coday Garrison 11, Evan Roberts 8, Bryce Krueger 5, Devin Archer 4, Tim Lovell 2
Reeds Spring – Joey Longstreet 12, Austin Selby 10, Easton Flaugh 7, Skylar Murphy 5, Travis Neels 3, Josh Kent 2