To beat the Space Pioneers, Danville will need an all-around team effort as they had against Beech Grove. While Asher led the way, nine of the 10 Warriors who played last night scored.
"We've been doing that all year," Barber said. "We've been playing 10 guys. Some games certain guys get to play more than others. Sometimes someone is playing really well depending on the matchup."
C.J. Just had eight points, Tyler Ross and Mitchell Collier scored six points apiece, and Avery Motes and Scott Amor each scored five points.
The Warriors never trailed after an Asher 3-pointer near the end of the first quarter to take a 17-14 lead.
Danville led by four points after the first quarter, 11 at halftime and 19 after three.
"We were playing a lot of guys and keeping fresh people out there," Barber said. "We got a good run going, some guys made some shots, and we got some defensive stops and rebounds. Those are things you've got to do to win in the sectionals."
Northwest (16-6) beat Tri-West 86-62 to set up a battle for the sectional title.
"Nothing against Beech Grove, but Northwest or Tri-West is going to come out fighting harder," Asher said. "We've got to give it all we've got."