Friday, December 03, 1999

Cincinnati girls basketball roundup


Hicks scores 23 to lead Lebanon

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Lindsey Hicks scored nine points in the third quarter, rallying Lebanon to a 52-39 victory over Little Miami in Fort Ancient Valley Conference action Thursday at Lebanon.

        Hicks scored a game-high 23 points.

        The game was close throughout the first half with Courtney Balser keeping Little Miami close with 10 of her 14 points.

        LITTLE MIAMI (39) — Warden 1 0 3, Back 4 0 12, Smiley 0 1 1, Richardson 3 2 8, Balser 6 0 14, Jorneay 0 1 1. Totals: 14 4 39.

        LEBANON (52) — Prosperi 2 0 4, Baillie 1 0 2, Pickett 1 0 2, Siehl 4 1 9, Gregory 4 0 8, Gray 1 0 2, LeVan 1 0 2, Hicks 10 3 23. Totals: 24 4 52.

        Little Miami ....... 9  12   5  13—39

        Lebanon ....... 14  12  15  11—52

        3-pointers: LM—Warden, Back 4, Gibson 2, Balser 2. Records: Le 2-0 (FAVC 1-0), LM 1-2 (0-1).

        L 0-2.

        • Kings 65, Norwood 57, at Kings — Sarah Fox converted 13-of-14 free throws, eight in the fourth quarter when the Knights outscored the Indians 22-11 to secure the victory.

        NORWOOD (57) — Henderson 8 2 18, Burns 1 0 2, Jennings 3 3 9, McCarthy 4 3 11, Davis 7 0 14, Kassem 1 1 3. Totals: 24 9 57.

        KINGS (65) — S. Fox 8 13 29, McAlarney 0 1 1, Byrd 4 0 9, Heekin 4 1 12, Jump 0 2 2, McClung 2 1 5, L. Fox 3 0 7. Totals: 21 18 65.

        Norwood ....... 13  14  19  11—57

        Kings ....... 16  18   9  22—65

        3-pointers: K—Heekin 3, Byrd, L. Fox. Records: K 1-0 (FAVC 1-0), N 0-2 (0-1).

        • Indian Hill 76, Mariemont 60, at Indian Hill — Haley Warden ignited a 32-point spurt in the third quarter, scoring 14 points (three 3-pointers) as the Braves rallied for the victory.

        MARIEMONT (60) — Kauffman 8 0 18, R. Potts 2 0 4, L. Potts 0 1 1, Perry 1 0 2, Brown 2 2 6, Ruschel 0 2 2, Harbison 4 1 9, Hook 4 2 10, Rogers 4 0 8. Totals: 25 8 60.

        INDIAN HILL (76) — Cooper 4 3 12, Lightfield 3 0 7, M. David 2 0 4, Schmidt 2 0 5, Rogers 3 0 6, S. David 1 0 2, Ellis 2 0 4, Warden 8 6 26, Tepe 3 4 10. Totals: 28 13 76.

        Mariemont ....... 15  11  18  16—60

        Indian Hill ....... 20  22  32   2—76

        Three-point field goals: I—Cooper, Lightfield, Schmidt, Warden 4. M—Kauffman 2. Records: I 1-0 (CHL 1-0), M 0-2 (0-1).

        • Mercy 52, Badin 47, at Badin — Steph Woody and Angie Zeuch (16 points) each converted two free throws during the final 30 seconds to seal the victory for Mercy.

        Badin cut the lead to 48-45 with a minute to play but committed three turnovers.

        Kerri Fiehrer scored a game-high 19 points for Badin. Nicole Barnes had 15 for Mercy.

        MERCY (52) — Zeuch 5 4 16, Barnes 5 2 15, Heintz 3 0 6, Woody 4 4 12, Clavier 1 0 2, Zinser 0 1 1. Totals: 18 11 52.

        BADIN (47) — Bennett 1 0 2, Fiehrer 7 4 19, Morner 4 2 10, Overton 5 0 10, Wolf 0 2 2, Shull 2 0 4. Totals: 19 8 47.

        Mercy ....... 17  11  16   8—52

        Badin ....... 12   8  15  12—47

        3-pointers: M—Barnes 3, Zeuch 2. B—Fiehrer. Records: M 2-0 (GGCL 1-0), B 1-1 (0-1).

        • McNicholas 51, Seton 44, at McNicholas — Kendra Hornschemeier scored 14 points and Ashley Clark added 12 to lead the Rockets.

        The Rockets outscored the Saints 15-4 in the second quarter.

        Clark also grabbed seven rebounds. Julie Robbins paced Seton with 16 points.

        SETON (44) — Robbins 7 1 16, A. Holmes 5 3 13, Schroeder 2 0 4, Girten 2 0 4, Kenney 2 1 5, M. Holmes 0 1 1. Totals: 18 7 44.

        MCNICHOLAS (51) — Hornschemeier 6 2 14, J. Oberschmidt 2 2 7, A. Clark 4 4 12, B. Clark 2 0 4, L. Oberschmidt 4 0 8, Johnson 1 4 6. Totals: 19 12 51.

        Seton ....... 12   4  18  10—44

        McNicholas ....... 13  15  12  11—51

        3-pointers: M—J. Oberschmidt. S—Robbins. Records: M 1-1(GGCL 1-1), S 1-1 (0-1).

        • Eastern Brown 67, West Union 36, at Eastern Brown — Micah Harvey scored 11 points in the third quarter when Eastern Brown went on a 25-4 run.

        WEST UNION (36) — Turner 4 0 9, McClanahan 1 3 5, Fulton 1 0 2, Pistol 1 1 3, Hazelbaker 1 0 2, Rigdon 2 1 5, Rhonemus 3 4 10. Totals: 13 9 36.

        EASTERN BROWN (67) — Scott 3 0 6, Cress 3 2 8, Ratliff 0 1 1, Dickston 4 2 10, Burrows 5 2 12, Harvey 7 6 22, Forsythe 1 0 2, Jodry 3 0 6. Totals: 26 13 67.

        West Union ....... 12  12   4   8—36

        Eastern Brown ....... 14  15  25  13—67

        3-pointers: E—Harvey 2. W—Turner. Records: E 2-0 (SHL 1-0), W 1-2 (0-1).

        • Blanchester 67, East Clinton 62 (OT), at East Clinton — The Wildcats sank five consecutive free throws in overtime, three by Crystal Barnes, to pull out the victory.

        Bethany Combs led Blanchester with 20 points and eight assists. East Clinton's Jennifer Mercer scored 27.

        BLANCHESTER (67) — Eury 4 0 9, Combs 8 4 20, Barnes 8 4 20, Hertlein 4 0 8, Gephart 5 0 10. Totals: 29 5 67.

        EAST CLINTON (62) — Caldwell 2 0 4, Mercer 10 3 27, Earley 6 1 13, C. Whittington 2 1 6, Limming 4 4 12. Totals: 24 9 62.

        Blanchester ....... 13  12  15  16  11—67

        East Clinton ....... 19   8  18  11   6—62

        3-Pointers: B-Eury. EC-Mercer 4, C. Whittington. Records: EC 2-1 (0-1 KTC), B 2-1 (1-0 KTC).

        • Franklin County 75, East Central 58, at East Central — Miranda Eckerle led all scorers with 32 points for Franklin County. Kindra Moorman had 25 for East Central.

        FRANKLIN COUNTY (75) — Riehle 2 0 4, Seller 6 0 12, Seamon 1 1 3, Eckerle 14 4 32, Wilhelm 3 0 6, Gribben 1 0 2, Stephens 7 0 14, Gilman 1 0 2. Totals: 35 5 75.

        EAST CENTRAL (58) — Zimmerman 2 0 4, Moorman 11 3 25, Frondorf 4 0 8, Fox 3 0 7, Wiedeman 4 2 10, Howe 2 0 4. Totals: 26 5 58.

        Franklin County ....... 14  23  18  20—75

        East Central ....... 16  12  13  17—58

        3-pointers: E—Fox. Records: E 1-4, F 4-0.

        • Mount Healthy 38, Withrow 36, at Mount Healthy — Chockee Taylor stole the ball and April Simmons scored on a layup with two seconds remaining for the victorious Owls.

        WITHROW (36) — Cunningham 9 0 20, Raven 4 0 10, Collins 1 0 2, Richardson 1 0 2, Chapman 1 0 2. Totals: 16 0 36.

        MOUNT HEALTHY (38) — Mahlerwein 1 0 2, Barrett 1 3 5, Chilton 3 3 9, Simmons 2 1 5, Hale 3 1 7, Tillman 1 0 2, Taylor 2 2 6, Brewer 1 0 2. Totals: 14 10 38.

        Withrow ....... 9   8   5  14—36

        Mount Healthy ....... 7  10  11  10—38

        3-Pointers: W-Cunningham 2, Raven 2. Records: MH 1-1 (1-0 QCC), W 0-2 (0-1 QCC).

        • Batavia 63, Williamsburg 24, at Batavia — Batavia outscored Williamsburg 19-0 in the first quarter. Senior Amber Bishop scored a game-high 16 points for Batavia with Lindsey Sprague adding 14.

        WILLIAMSBURG (24) — Smith 2 0 4, Ferguson 2 0 5, Maham 1 5 7, Haley 1 0 2, Elbe 2 0 4, Maklem 1 0 2. Totals: 9 5 24.

        BATAVIA (63) — Bishop 7 2 16, Crooker 4 0 9, Weidner 1 0 2, Swart 3 1 7, Sprague 4 6 14, Wehrman 2 0 5, Lowe 1 0 2, Drake 2 0 4, Bevins 1 0 2, Stout 1 0 2. Totals: 30 9 63.

        Williamsburg ....... 0   5   6  13—24

        Batavia ....... 19  16  17  11—63

        3-Pointers: B-Crooker, Wehrman. W-Ferguson. Records: B 2-0, W 0-1.

        • Fairfield 46, Lakota East 37, at Fairfield — The Indians took a 13-3 first-quarter lead. Natalie Thompsion scored 13 points and Tara Johnson added 10 for Fairfield.

        LAKOTA EAST (37) — Andrea 1 0 2, Wyckoff 2 2 6, Marucci 5 5 15, Lee 5 0 10, Webb 1 0 2, Ring 1 0 2. Totals: 15 7 37.

        FAIRFIELD (46) — Lichtensteiger 1 0 2, Chaney 3 1 7, T. Johnson 4 0 10, K. Johnson 1 1 3, Hanck 1 1 3, Buczek 2 0 4, Thompson 5 3 13, Hollingsworth 1 0 2, Owens 0 1 1, Staudt 1 0 2, Adkins 0 1 1. Totals: 18 8 48.

        Lakota East ....... 3  11   9  14—37

        Fairfield ....... 13  12  16   7—46

        3-pointers: F—T. Johnson 2. Records: FF 2-0, 1-0 GMC; LE 0-1, 0-1 GMC.

        • Seven Hills 65, New Miami 26, at Seven Hills — Freshman Tyler McIlwraith scored 19 points in the first half when the Stingers took a 43-15 lead. She finished with 22.

        Isabelle Kalubi added 16 points.

        NEW MIAMI (26) — Robinson 1 1 3, Fisher 1 0 3, Lawson 1 1 4, Augustine 1 0 2, McBee 2 1 5, Proffitt 3 0 6, Baker 1 1 3. Totals: 10 4 26.

        SEVEN HILLS (65) — Hoffheimer 1 0 2, McHugh 2 0 4, Kalubi 7 2 16, Robertson 5 0 10, McIlwraith 9 1 22, Fiore 3 0 6, Hanlon 2 1 5. Totals: 29 4 65.

        New Miami ....... 9   6   1  10—26

        Seven Hills ....... 21  22  13   9—65

        3-Pointers: NM-Fisher, Lawson. SH-McIlwraith 3. Records: NM 0-2, SH 1-2.

        • Hillsboro 59, Western Brown 49, at Western Brown — Jennifer Butler scored 10 of her game-high 20 points in the second quarter when the Indians went on a 20-12 run.

        The Broncos cut the deficit to 46-42 with five minutes remaining but Butler sank 3-of-4 free thorws to win.

        HILLSBORO (59) — Bagless 1 2 5, Hess 1 0 2, Butler 7 5 20, Wright 1 1 3, Blair 1 1 3, Snyder 2 1 5, Kibler 5 5 15, Walker 3 0 6. Totals: 21 15 59.

        WESTERN BROWN (49) — Wesley 3 0 6, Hanlon 0 3 3, Crum 1 0 3, Flischel 1 0 2, Cecil 5 1 11, Bering 1 0 2, Smith 8 2 18, Silvers 2 0 4. Totals: 21 6 49.

        Hillsboro ....... 12  20  14  13—59

        Western Brown ....... 10  12  14  11—49

        3—pointers: H—Bagless, Butler. WB—Crum. Records: H 2-0, 1-0 SBC; W 0-2, 0-1 SBC.

        • Wyoming 90, Deer Park 23, at Wyoming — Sophomore guard Marla Anderson scored 14 of her game-high 22 points in the first half when the Cowboys took a 47-6 advantage.

        DEER PARK (23) — Dennis 3 0 6, Ottopal 1 0 2, Hott 5 4 15. Totals: 9 4 23.

        WYOMING (90) — Saunders 1 0 2, Anderson 7 6 22, Schmitt 1 0 2, Hoyles 4 0 8, Verhaeghe 1 1 3, McCarthy 7 4 18, Berkemeyer 3 0 6, McGee 6 5 18, Loper 2 3 7, Becker 2 0 4. Totals: 34 19 90.

        Deer Park ....... 4   2   4  13—23

       Wyoming ....... 22  25  22  21—90

        3-Pointers: DP-Hott. W-Anderson 2, McGee. Records: W 2-0, DP 0-1.

        • Lakota West 39, Lima 36, at Lakota West — Cara Wright had a double-double for Lakota West — 18 points and 11 rebounds.

        LIMA (36) — Marshall 2 0 4, Jackson 2 1 5, Carlise 6 8 20, Horne 2 3 7. Totals: 12 12 36.

        LAKOTA WEST (39) — Swift 2 0 4, Hutzelman 2 0 6, Wright 8 2 18, Carlberg 5 1 11. Totals: 17 3 39.

        Lima ....... 4  14  6  12—36

        Lakota West ....... 12  11  5  11—39

        3-pointers: LW—Hutzelman 2. Records: LW 1-1, 1-0 GMC; L 1-2, 0-1 GMC.

        • Amelia 68, Northwest 50, at Amelia — Senior Amanda Bartels scored 21 points and junior Megan Guinan added 19 points for the Barons.

        Tina Debrawolski led Northwest with 11 points.

        NORTHWEST (50) — Meister 4 1 9, Jared 1 0 2, Aichele 3 1 7, Yancy 0 2 2, Watts 3 2 8, Schur 1 0 3, Debrawolski 5 1 11, Gray 1 4 6, Haggard 0 2 2. Totals: 18 13 50.

        AMELIA (68) — Votapek 1 1 3, Thomasson 2 1 5, Davidson 3 1 7, Guinan 7 4 19, Emmert 1 3 5, Bartels 6 9 21, Condrey 3 1 7. Totals: 23 20 68.

        Northwest ....... 8   9  13  20—50

        Amelia ....... 12  15  18  23—68

        3-Pointers: A-Guinan. N-Schur. Records: A 1-1, N 0-2.

        • Loveland 55, Goshen 43, at Goshen — The Tigers were paced by Aleyah Muhammed's game-high 23 points with sophomore Kelly Phillips scoring 12 for the Warriors.

        LOVELAND (55) — Polce 1 2 4, Muhammed 8 7 23, Miller 1 0 3, Wilson 1 0 2, Lanker 4 5 13, Howard 0 2 2, Strickland 2 0 5, Kennedy 0 3 3. Totals: 17 19 55.

        GOSHEN (43) — Rise 4 1 9, Brown 0 2 2, Jay 1 0 2, Bitzer 1 0 2, Polly 2 4 8, Scott 3 2 8, Phillips 4 4 12. Totals: 15 13 43.

        Loveland ....... 16  15   9  15—55

        Goshen ....... 6  14  13  10—43

        3-Pointers: L-Strickland, Miller. Records: L 2-1, G 1-1.

        • CHCA 72, Lockland 13, at Lockland — The Eagles jumped out to a 29-2 first-quarter lead behind Keli Gentry's 12 first-quarter points.

        CHCA (72) — N. Bowden 4 0 8, Hewitt 4 2 11, Wightman 3 1 7, Snyder 2 0 4, Holman 5 0 10, Ramsey 1 0 2, T. Bowden 6 1 13, Gentry 6 0 14, Stoots 1 1 3. Totals: 32 5 72.

        LOCKLAND (13) — Wynn 1 0 2, Cromer 2 0 4, Freeman 1 0 2, Robbins 1 0 3, Urton 1 0 2. Totals: 6 0 13.

        CHCA ....... 29  13  24  6—72

        Lockland ....... 2   2   2  7—13

        3-pointers: C—Gentry 2, Hewitt. L—Robbins. Records: C 2-0 (MVC 2-0), L 0-1 (0-1).

        • Ursuline 44, Purcell Marian 31, at Purcell Marian — Anne Zesterman and Vickie Polimeni each scored in double figures as Ursuline handed Purcell Marian its first loss of the season.

        Kerri Finnell and Andi White each scored eight points to pace Purcell Marian.

        URSULINE (44) — Davren 2 2 6, Meyer 2 0 5, Polimeni 5 0 10, Sage 2 0 4, Verrett 1 0 3, Walker 0 2 2, Zesterman 5 4 14. Totals: 17 8 44.

        PURCELL MARIAN (31) — Conover 1 0 3, Imrick 1 0 3, Hale 2 2 6, Finnell 3 1 8, White 4 0 8, Reese 1 1 3. Totals: 12 4 31.

        Ursuline ....... 15  11   8  10—44

        Purcell Marian ....... 7   5   5  14—31

        3-pointers: U—Meyer, Verrett. P—Conover, Imrick, Finnell. Records: U 2-0, P 2-1 (GGCL 0-1).

        • Roger Bacon 43, McAuley 41, at McAuley — Marche Gendrew scored seven points in the third quarter when Roger Bacon took command.

        The Mohawks rallied within two but a last-second shot was off the mark.

        ROGER BACON (43) — Holt 2 0 4, Goller 0 1 1, Schaefer 2 2 7, Kelly 2 1 5, Metz 3 2 8, Hazelbaker 2 0 4, Gendrew 4 5 14. Totals: 15 11 43.

        MCAULEY (41) — Esterkamp 2 0 4, Reilman 0 2 2, Hoffman 1 1 4, Lichtenfeld 4 2 14, Kampschmidt 5 1 11, Rust 2 1 5, Ziegler 0 1 1. Totals: 14 8 41.

        Roger Bacon ....... 6  8  18  11—43

        McAuley ....... 10  5  11  15—41

        Three-point field goals: R—Schaefer, Gendrew. M—Lichtenfeld 3, Hoffman. Records: R 2-0, M 0-3.

        • Winton Woods 55, Anderson 40, at Winton Woods — Chanel Fletcher and Precious Williams combined for 30 points, giving the Warriors their first victory of the season.

        ANDERSON (40) — Sharrick 4 8 19, Levy 5 0 10, Deeds 2 2 6, Gruber 0 3 3, Russ 1 0 2. Totals: 12 13 40.

        WINTON WOODS (55) — Sims 1 0 2, C. White 1 4 6, C. Fletcher 7 3 17, A. Johnson 2 0 4, D. Burnett 1 0 3, A. Ogletree 1 0 2, Tinsley 4 0 8, Williams 6 1 13. Totals: 24 8 55.

        Anderson ....... 9  12   6  13—40

        Winton Woods ....... 16   9  11  19—55

        Three-point field goals: A—Sharrick 3. W— Burnett. Records: W 1-1 (FAVC 1-0).

        • Wilmington 65, Ross 63 (OT), at Ross — Karen Shumaker scored four points in overtime, including the winning field goal with 10 seconds remaining.

        WILMINGTON (65) — Shumaker 8 4 20, Fife 1 1 3, Hodson 4 7 15, Smith 1 0 3, Davis 0 2 2, Stewart 1 1 3, Williams 1 0 2, Borton 2 0 4, Kaemetsen 4 3 11, Young 1 0 2. Totals: 22 18 65.

        ROSS (63) — Guenther 3 2 8, Wagers 3 0 8, Lee 0 1 1, Bogolo 5 8 18, Harrison 3 0 6, Collins 8 6 22. Totals: 22 17 63.

        Wilmington ....... 15  18   7  19  5—65

        Ross ....... 17  14   7  22  3—63

        3-pointers: W—Smith. R—Wagers 2. Records: R 1-1 (FAVC 0-1), W 2-1 (1-0).

        • Madeira 47, Finneytown 41, at Finneytown — Bess Krietemeyer (team-high 11 points) scored four points in the fourth quarter and the Amazons sank five free throws to hold on for the victory.

        MADEIRA (47) — Mackris 1 7 10, Burrows 1 0 3, Staubach 2 2 6, Shaw 2 2 6, Krietemeyer 5 1 11, Davis 2 1 5, Barnhart 2 2 6. Totals: 15 15 47.

        FINNEYTOWN (41) — Brookbank 3 1 7, Flick 0 2 2, Melanie Behler 2 0 5, Michelle Behler 3 3 10, Meyer 5 7 17. Totals: 13 13 41.

        Madeira ....... 13  11  12  11—47

        Finneytown ....... 12  10   9  10—41

        Three-point goals: M—Mackriss, Burrows. F—Melanie Behler, Michelle Behler. Records: M 2-0, F 0-1.

        • Hamilton 61, Middletown 29, at Hamilton — Angela Tolbert scored nine points in the first quarter when the Big Blue took a 22-8 advantage. Amanda Bush had 10 points, six rebounds and four assists for Hamilton.

        MIDDLETOWN (29) — Bond 1 0 2, Belaz 2 0 4, Thomas 2 0 4, Creager 3 0 6, Mack 1 2 5, Sorrell 3 2 8. Totals: 12 4 29.

        HAMILTON (61) — Black 1 0 2, Booker 3 0 6, Vance 1 0 2, Tolbert 6 5 17, Bush 4 2 10, Rusbosin 2 1 5, Fox 3 3 9, Frazier 1 0 2, Scheve 4 0 8. Totals: 25 11 61.

        Middletown ....... 8   7   8   6—29

        Hamilton ....... 22  12  16  11—61

        Three-point goals: M—Mack. Records: H 2-1, 1-0 GMC; M 0-2, 0-1 GMC.

        • Summit 59, Landmark Christian 36, at Landmark — The Silver Knights took a 19-4 lead in the first quarter and never looked back with Kriston Springs scoring seven of her 18 points.

        SUMMIT (59) — Fraser 5 0 10, Hoeck 2 0 4, Springs 8 2 18, Bunch 2 2 6, Lydon 2 0 4, Conners 7 0 15, Haas 1 0 2. Totals: 27 4 59.

        LANDMARK (36) — Oliver 2 0 4, Ward 0 2 2, Chamberlin 1 0 3, Spears 4 2 11, Meyer 4 0 10, Gresham 2 2 6, Durham 1 0 2. Totals: 14 4 36.

        Summit ....... 19   7  14  19—59

        Landmark ....... 4  12   9  11—36

        3-Pointers: S-Conners. LC-Chamberlin, Spears, Meyer 2. Records: S 1-1 (1-0 MVC), LC 2-1 (1-1 MVC).

        • Glen Este 56, Harrison 44, at Glen Este — The Trojans went on a 21-9 run in the third quarter behind Sarah Bolten, who led all scorers with 18 points.

        HARRISON (44) — Walton 1 0 2, Rolfhs 2 0 4, Holdhrer 1 0 3, Daily 4 0 11, Bailey 2 1 6, Toney 1 1 3, Lux 3 0 7, Grauvogel 1 2 4, Ransick 2 0 4. Totals: 17 4 44.

        GLEN ESTE (56) — Wilson 1 4 6, Bolten 5 6 18, Ruehl 5 1 11, Kunz 0 3 3, Kools 1 2 4, Dorsch 2 3 7, Riley 1 4 7. Totals: 15 23 56.

        Harrison ....... 11  13   9  11—44

        Glen Este ....... 4  17  21  14—56

        3-Pointers: GE-Bolten 2, Riley. H-Holdhrer, Daily 3, Bailey, Lux. Records: GE 2-0 (1-0 FAVC), H 0-1 (0-1 FAVC).

        • Colerain 65, Milford 48, at Milford — Three players scored in double figures as the Cardinals led from start-to-finish.

        Senior forward Sierra Croxton scored 16 points, Katie Haggard 14 and Quanita Hailey 15 for the Cardinals.

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        COLERAIN (65) — Hailey 7 1 15, A. Croxton 2 3 7, Winkler 3 1 7, Wessel 1 1 3, Haggard 5 2 14, S. Croxton 4 8 16, Grace 1 1 3. Totals: 23 17 65.

        MILFORD (48) — Potrafke 3 2 8, Richmond 1 2 4, Broecker 5 3 15, Hrovat 2 0 4, Gaible 3 4 10, Stevens 1 5 7. Totals: 15 16 48.

        Colerain ....... 19  18  8  20—65

        Milford ....... 10  23  7   8—48

        3-Pointers: C-Haggard 2. M-Broecker 2. Records: C 2-0 (1-0 GMC), M 1-1 (0-1 GMC).

        • Sycamore 64, Princeton 41, at Sycamore — The Aviators took a 16-0 lead in the first quarter behind Sarah Melvin's 10 points.

        Lindsay Austin and Candace Agunafir-Smith also scored in double figures for Sycamore.

        PRINCETON (41) — Davis 2 0 4, Skoog 3 1 8, Hervas 1 0 2, Lancaster 5 2 14, Peterson 1 0 2, James 2 0 4, Bradshaw 1 4 6, Simons 0 1 1. Totals: 15 8 41.

        SYCAMORE (64) — Frank 1 0 2, Fitzwilson 2 2 6, Melvin 5 1 12, Austin 4 0 10, Schwerdtmann 2 0 4, Dunn 3 0 6, Kimmey 4 0 9, Agunafir-Smith 6 1 13, Pennington 1 0 2. Totals: 28 4 64.

        Princeton ....... 9   8  12  12—41

        Sycamore ....... 24  14  13  13—64

        3-pointers: S—Melvin, Austin 2, Kimmey. P— Skoog, Lancaster 2. Records: S 1-1 (GMC 1-0), P 0-1 (0-1).

        • Walnut Hills 44, Western Hills 33, at Walnut Hills — Evan Parker scored 15 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for the Eagles while Niya Hill added had points and pulled off 12 rebounds for Western Hills.

        WESTERN HILLS (33) — Wade 1 0 2, Tolliver 2 0 4, Robinson 3 1 7, Goodrich 2 0 4, Bullock 1 0 2, Hill 6 2 14. Totals: 15 3 33.

        WALNUT HILLS (44) — Lajeunesse 1 1 3, Gresham 1 5 7, Ward 4 0 8, Parker 3 9 15, Martin 2 0 4, Wilson 1 0 2, Antel 1 3 5. Totals: 13 18 44.

        Western Hills ....... 6  6  11  10—33

        Walnut Hills ....... 10  7  11  16—44

        Records: Wal 1-1 (QCC 1-0), West 0-1 (0-1).

        • Taylor 79, Reading 48, at Taylor — Stasie Miller posted a triple-double with 17 points, 13 rebounds and 10 steals for Taylor.

        Miranda Hoffman added 16 points and Danielle Poynter had a game-high 19 points for Taylor.

        READING (48) — Murphy 1 0 2, Baltimore 3 5 11, Fletcher 0 2 2, Sippola 2 0 4, Nolte 4 0 8, Davis 1 2 4, Ramsey 5 1 11, Gallo 0 1 1, Lawson 1 0 2, Halila 1 1 3. Totals: 18 12 48.

        TAYLOR (79) — Hardin 2 1 5, Gerwin 0 2 2, Hoffman 6 4 16, Poynter 7 3 19, Miller 7 1 17, Smith 3 2 8, Dull 2 4 8, Neidhard 2 0 4. Totals: 26 17 79.

        Reading ....... 11   5  14  18—48

        Taylor ....... 23  25  15  16—79

        3-pointers: T—Poynter 2, Miller 2. Records: T 1-1 (CHL 1-0), R 0-2 (0-2).

        • Hughes 58, Aiken 19, at Hughes — Leslie Burns scored a game-high 25 points and Ashante Pettyjohn added 12 leading Hughes to its first win of the season.

        AIKEN (19) — Webb 1 1 3, Prior 2 0 4, Harris 0 2 2, Taylor 1 0 2, Satter-White 3 0 6. Totals: 7 2 19.

        HUGHES (58) — Lamb 1 0 2, Burns 10 3 25, Bridges 3 0 7, Everson 4 0 8, Pettyjohn 6 0 12, Spivery 1 0 2, Johnson 1 0 2. Totals: 26 3 58.

        Aiken ....... 6   5   4   4—19

        Hughes ....... 14  12  22   8—58

        3-pointers: H—Burns 2, Bridges. Records: H 1-1 (QCC 1-0), A 0-1 (0-1).

        • Rising Sun 40, South Dearborn 34, at Rising Sun — Dawn DeDreu's 3-point field goal late in the fourth quarter broke a tie and set the stage for South Dearborn's victory.

        Laurel Burlege from South Dearborn and Rising Sun's Jennifer Brock tied for scoring honors with 14 points.

        SOUTH DEARBORN (34) — Armstrong 2 0 5, Burlege 5 4 14, Fryman 1 0 2, Slayback 2 1 5, Schmahl 2 0 4, Beer 1 0 2, Cochran 0 2 2. Totals: 13 7 34.

        RISING SUN (40) — Jen. Brock 6 2 14, Jes. Brock 4 0 9, DeDreu 2 2 7, Messer 1 0 2, Turner 3 2 8. Totals: 16 6 40.

        South Dearborn ....... 13  6   8   7—34

        Rising Sun ....... 8  9  10  13—40

        3-Pointers: SD-Armstrong. RS-Jes. Brock, DeDreu. Records: RS 4-0.

       



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