Good luck for Lomega proved to be bad luck for the Dover Longhorns.
When New Lima upset No. 8 Hammon in the first round of the Class B regional last Thursday, it gave the Raiders - on paper - an easier path to the regional championship.
However, that also sent Hammon into the consolation and right in Dover’s path.
That spelled doom for the Longhorns, who saw their season end Friday with an 81-43 loss to the Warriors.
The Warriors had four scorers reach double, led by Michael Land’s 25 points. Peyton Osmond added another 20.
They were able to limit Joriaun Caldwell to 16 points.
Kasen Harviston chipped in another 12 points.
Dover’s season ended with an 8-20 record.