Saturday, February 27, 1999

N.KY. BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP


Pioneers hold off Boone

        Eric Washnook scored 15 of his 19 points in the second half to help Simon Kenton hold off any Boone County comeback attempt in a 64-57 victory in the 33rd District championship game at Conner on Friday.

        Brenden Stowers (14 points) and Mark Gaskins (12) also scored in double figures for Simon Kenton.

        Neil Dillon took scoring honors with a game-high 23 points for Boone County.

        Simon Kenton never relinquished its lead in the fourth quarter.

        BOONE COUNTY (57) — Mulcahy 2 0 5, Miller 2 0 5, Flick 4 0 9, Seever 0 2 2, Madden 4 5 13, Dillon 9 5 23. Totals: 21 12 57.

        SIMON KENTON (64) — J. Stowers 2 0 6, B. Stowers 4 6 14, Gaskins 4 0 12, Arrowood 1 2 4, Washnook 6 3 19, Rump 2 1 5, Burns 2 0 4. Totals: 21 12 64.

        Boone County ....... 12  13  18  14—57

        Simon Kenton ....... 9  20  18  17—64

        Three-point field goals: S—J. Stowers 2, Gaskins 4, Washnook 4. B—Mulcahy, Miller, Flick. Records: S 25-4, B 16-12.

        • Bracken County 60, Campbell County 55, 38th District at Campbell County — Derrick Wright made 9-of-10 free throws in the fourth quarter to seal the victory for Bracken County.

        Bracken County's foul shooting enabled them to keep the lead the entire fourth quarter.

        Wright finished with a game-high 23 points for Bracken County with Jamey Johnson and Jason Moore each added 11 points.

        Campbell County was led by Ryan Meyers, Robby Turner, and Kevin Reinhart, who each scored 12 points.

        BRACKEN COUNTY (60) — Wright 4 12 23, Johnson 4 3 11, Hollerman 0 3 3, King 2 1 5, Moore 4 2 11, Burton 3 1 7. Totals: 25 22 60.

        CAMPBELL COUNTY (55) — Siegmon 3 2 9, Meyers 6 0 12, Minch 1 1 3, Wilson 2 2 7, Turner 4 4 12, Reinhart 5 2 12. Totals: 21 11 55.

        Bracken County ....... 15   8  17  20—60

        Campbell County ....... 9  13  19  14—55

        Three-point field goals: B—Wright 3, Moore 2. C—Siegmon, Wilson. Records: B 16-12, C 8-19.

        • Highlands 84, Bellevue 34, 36th District at Newport Central Catholic — The Bluebirds blew the game open with a 23-8 third-quarter run en route to the district championship.

        Joe Herald led all scores with 15 points. Derek Smith had 14 points and seven rebounds.

        HIGHLANDS (84) — Rider 0 2 2, Boothe 1 0 2, Leftin 0 1 1, Gibson 3 0 8, Herald 6 2 15, Barone 4 0 11, Messmer 2 4 8, Guidugli 0 4 4, Pompilio 0 2 2, Lorenzen 4 0 9, Smith 6 1 14, Combs 1 0 2, Grover 2 0 4, Muehlenkamp 1 0 2. Totals: 30 16 84.

        BELLEVUE (34) — Harris 1 0 3, Grant 1 0 2, Clemons 3 2 9, Gullett 2 1 6, Eaglin 2 3 8, Wilson 1 1 3, Finck 0 3 3. Totals: 10 10 34.

        Highlands ....... 21  18  23  22—84

        Bellevue ....... 15    5    8    6—34

       

Three-point goals: H-Gibson 2, Herald 1, Barone 3, Lorenzen 1, Smith 1, B-Harris 1, Clemons 1, Gullett 1, Eaglin 1. Records: H 22- 6, B 10-15.

        • Scott County 116, Grant County 66, 32nd District at Grant County — Casie Alsop scored 24 points and Scott Hunley added 19 to pace Scott County to the easy victory in the district championship game. Both teams advance to the regionals.

        SCOTT COUNTY (116) — Hamilton 4 7 16, Brown 2 0 4, Wallace 5 0 14, Alsop 8 4 24, Jones 6 3 17, Oser 1 0 2, Hunley 6 7 19, Harris 7 0 14, Austin 3 0 6. Totals: 42 21 116.

        GRANT COUNTY (66) — Colson 3 1 7, Shafer 1 0 2, Ryan 0 1 1, Melton 1 0 2, Coleman 0 1 1, Huff 2 0 5, Meade 5 0 10, Jones 7 1 15, Mulberry 4 1 11, Garrett 3 6 12. Totals: 26 11 66.

        Scott County ....... 28  33  28  27—116

        Grant County ....... 12  18  16  20— 66

        Three-point field goals: SC—Hamilton, Wallace 4, Alsop 4, Jones 2. GC—Meade, Mulberry 2. Records: SC 30-1, GC 15-13.

        • Lloyd 54, Scott 51, at Scott — Dwyane Smith was fouled after rebounding a Scott shot with three seconds left, then made two free throws to secure the victory in the 34th District championship game.

        The Eagles lofted a 75-footer for the tie with 1.9 seconds left but missed.

        Smith had seven of Lloyd's fourth-quarter points. Lance Marksberry scored 13 of his team-high 17 points in the first half.

        Anthony Matracia led all scorers with 20 points.

        LLOYD (54) — Jamison 3 2 8, Criner 5 0 10, Marksberry 6 1 17, Smith 3 6 13, Wilson 3 0 6. Totals: 20 9 54.

        SCOTT (51) — Morris 4 0 8, Stevenson 1 0 3, Barwell 2 0 4, Thompson 2 2 8, Kuehne 3 0 6, Matracia 7 6 20, Stroup 1 0 2. Totals: 20 8 51.

        Lloyd ....... 18  16  9  11—54

        Scott ....... 15  16  7  13—51

       

Three-point goals: L-Marksberry 4, Smith 1, S-Thompson 2, Stevenson 1. Records: L 21-6, S 9-19.

       



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