Saturday, September 18, 1999

N.KY. HIGH SCHOOL RESULTS




       

GIRLS GOLF
        Notre Dame 193, Seton 196

        Tri-Medalists—Megan McGee (N), Aimee Meyer (N), Lindsey Schultz (S) with a 11-over 46's on the back nine at Twin Oaks. Records: N 11-1, S 7-8.

BOYS GOLF
        Boone County 166, St. Henry 167

        Co-Medalists: Brian Upchurch (B) and Jarod Heidel (SH) with one-over 36's on the front nine at Lassing Pointe. Records BC 6-5, SH 8-5.

        Dixie Heights 159, Brossart 174

        Medalist: Jay Johnson (D) with a four-over 38 at Kenton County Pioneer. Records: DH 6-6; B 14-6.

VOLLEYBALL
        Northern Kentucky Invitational Tournament

        Campbell County d. Simon Kenton 15-11, 15-5

        South Oldham d. Bishop Brossart 15-8, 15-8

        Campbell County d. Ryle 15-8, 15-8

        Simon Kenton d. S. Oldham 15-12, 15-4

        Bishop Brossart d. Ryle 15-12

        Ryle d. Bishop Brossart 15-9

        Campbell County d. South Oldham 15-8, 15-8

        Boone County d. Highlands 15-11, 15-4

        Holy Rosary d. Conner 15-11, 15-13

        Boone County d. Lloyd 15-6, 15-5

        Highlands d. Holy Rosary 15-12, 15-8

        Conner d. Lloyd 15-8

        Lloyd d. Conner 15-13

        Boone County d. Holy Rosary 15-9, 15-12

       



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LaSalle 23, Oak Hills 16
Purcell-Marian 26, Badin 13
Boone County 21, Conner 13
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