Sunday, February 28, 1999

N.KY. GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP


Scott wins District at line

        Scott coach Linda Moore, who is retiring after the season, saw her team claim the girls 34th District championship Saturday night with a 45-41 victory over Beechwood at Scott High School.

        Moore, who founded Scott's program 21 years ago, is 322-242 in her career with the Lady Eagles.

        Katie Pohlgeers hit a three-pointer with 2:20 left to pull Beechwood within one at 39-38. Beechwood then put Scott on the free throw line, and the strategy almost worked. Scott shot 6-for-18 from the line after the Beechwood three-pointer, but that was enough.

        Beechwood managed only one more basket, a Kynley Hobbs three-pointer with 6.5 seconds left.

        Pohlgeers had 12 points for Beechwood, including three three-pointers.

        BEECHWOOD (41) — Hanser 0 1 1, Dick 1 5 7, Hobbs 3 2 9, Arlinghaus 1 2 4, Pohlgeers 4 1 12, McDermott 3 2 8. Totals: 12 13 41.

        SCOTT (45) — Quatman 1 0 2, Geraci 0 6 6, Kreimborg 3 5 11, Pairan 4 4 12, Lye 6 2 14. Totals: 14 17 32.

        Beechwood .......  9  6  13  13—41

        Scott ....... 10  6  15  14—45

       

Three-point goals: B-Pohlgeers 3, Hobbs 1. Records: B 22-4, S 16-8. All-tournament team: Beth Lye, Stephanie Kreimborg, Colleen Pairan (Scott); Kynley Hobbs, Lindsey McDermott (Beechwood); Sara Fox (Lloyd); Krissi Pavel (Villa Madonna); Kristen Noakes (Dixie Heights).

        • Highlands 67, Bellevue 31, 36th District at Newport CC — The Ladybirds connected on four three-pointers in the first quarter to open a 22-11 lead. Senior Joanna Imhoff sank two three-pointers in the quarter.

        Highlands had the game well in hand by halftime and cruised to its second straight 36th District title.

        Sophomore Stephanie Ripberger led all scorers with 20 points. Both teams advanced to the Ninth Region tournament beginning Wednesday at Ryle.

        HIGHLANDS (67) — Sandfoss 2 0 4, Imhoff 2 0 6, Winkler 1 0 2, Ripberger 7 4 20, Stefanapolous 4 0 8, Hamel 3 0 6, Boothe 6 0 13, Arnzen 3 0 6, Dickenson 1 0 2. Totals: 29 4 67.

        BELLEVUE (31) — Delaney 1 0 2, Myers 3 2 8, Mulligan 1 0 2, Turner 1 0 3, Holliman 5 0 10, Vinson 1 0 2, Daniel 1 1 4. Totals: 13 3 31.

        Highlands ....... 22  15  16  14—67

        Bellevue ....... 11   6  10   4—31

        Three-point field goals: H—Imhoff 2, Ripberger 2, Boothe. B—Turner, Daniel. Records: H 24-4, B 16-9.

        • Owen County 53, Grant County 48, 32nd District at Grant County — Leah Patterson hit a three-pointer with less than two minutes remaining to break a tie and give Owen County the lead for good.

        Grant County tied the game 48-48 on a Tiffany Slaughter layup with two minutes to go but couldn't manage another basket.

        Jamie Perkins' layup with 20 seconds left put the game away.

        Junior guard Carolyn Twehues led the Lady Braves with with 16 points.

        OWEN COUNTY (53) — Sharock 2 0 6, Patterson 3 0 9, Osborne 6 2 15, Perkins 8 3 19, Scruggs 1 0 2, Elliston 1 0 2. Totals: 21 5 53.

        GRANT COUNTY (48) — Twehues 5 3 16, Hopperton 1 0 2, Click 1 0 3, Sipple 4 0 9, Garnett 1 0 2, Slaughter 4 0 8, Gordon 4 0 8. Totals: 20 3 48.

        Owen County ....... 17  9  15  12—53

        Grant County ....... 7  12  14  15—48

       

Three-point goals: O-Sharock 2, Patterson 3, Osborne 1, G-Twehues 3, Click 1, Sipple 1. Records: O 21-7, G 11-14.

        • Bishop Brossart 68, Bracken County 23, 38th District at Pendleton County — Katie Schwegmann scored nine of her 20 points in a 17-2 run in the first quarter leading the Mustangs.

        Bishop Brossart has won the 38th District for three straight years.

        BRACKEN COUNTY (23) — Free 1 0 2, Hamilton 3 0 8, Brumle 3 2 8, Norris 0 1 1, Martin 1 0 2, Tucker 0 2 2. Totals: 8 5 23.

        BISHOP BROSSART (68) — Schwegmann 8 2 20, Geiman 2 0 4, Kopp 6 0 12, Wright 3 5 11, Clift 2 0 4, Henke 2 0 4, Phillips 4 0 8, Clark 2 0 5. Totals: 29 7 68.

        Bracken County ....... 2   8   6   7—23

        Bishop Brossart ....... 17  16  22  13—68

        Three-point field goals: Bra—Hamilton 2. Bro—Schwegmann 2, Clark. Records: Bro 28-1, Bra 12-15.

       



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