FOWLER — One of the more successful boys’ basketball seasons at Fruitport Calvary Christian came to an end on Monday night in the Division 4 regional semifinal round.

Lansing Christian is moving on to Wednesday’s regional final after defeating Calvary Christian 51-40 in a game played at Fowler. Lansing Christian (16-9) will take on Tri-Unity Christian (19-6), a 79-36 winner over Baldwin in the other semifinal contest.

“It was a real tough night for us on offense to miss 31 shots in the paint and only shoot three shooting fouls,” Calvary coach Brad Richards said. “It’s no fun losing, but as time goes on, we’ll reflect very positively on the season.”

Calvary made just 8-of-39 shots from the paint and 4-of-8 from the free-throw line.

Calvary led 10-6 early in the game, but Lansing Christian went on a run that produced a 25-19 halftime lead.

Gabe VanBaale led the Eagles with 13 points while Bradley Richards, the team’s leading scorer throughout the season, was limited to 11 points on 4-of-18 shooting. Richards pulled down 17 rebounds.

It was a solid season for Calvary, which finished 15-10 for the third-highest victory total in school history. They also set a record for scoring 90 points in a game and captured the school’s first-ever district title in boys’ basketball. The Eagles had no seniors on this season’s roster.