The seventh-seeded Reynoldsburg High School girls basketball team survived a close one Wednesday as it beat Hilliard Darby 42-40 in overtime in the second round of the Division I district tournament at Westerville Central.

The seventh-seeded Reynoldsburg High School girls basketball team survived a close one Wednesday as it beat Hilliard Darby 42-40 in overtime in the second round of the Division I district tournament at Westerville Central.

The Raiders improved to 18-4 and will play third-seeded Dublin Scioto in a district semifinal Monday at Olentangy Orange.

Reynoldsburg's Kenyell Goodson accounted for the only two points in overtime when she made two free throws with 1 minute, 35 seconds remaining. She twice had missed the front end of one-and-one opportunities in the fourth quarter.

"I told myself to breathe, take my time and release the ball," she said. "Then after I made the second one, just to get back on defense.

Reynoldsburg led most of the game and was up 34-24 at the start of the fourth quarter when the Panthers made their move. Shanee' Jackson scored four of her 17 points in the fourth quarter and Alivia Nikolaus made two 3-pointers in the fourth, including one on the baseline with 16 seconds remaining to tie the game at 40. Nikolaus finished with nine points.

Darby missed all six field-goal attempts in the overtime, and Jackson fouled out with 2:15 left.

Melanie Marx led the Raiders with 10 points. Goodson scored nine points, T'Shera Lucas had nine points and 10 rebounds, Aryelle Covington had six points and eight rebounds and Kacia Grant had six points and six assists.

"We're happy to be moving on," Reynoldsburg coach Jack Purtell said. "I give Darby a lot of credit, we were outcoached and outhustled tonight."

Reynoldsburg missed four free-throw attempts in a row in overtime before Goodson made hers. The Raiders shot just 6-for-16 from the line in the game.