Sunday, December 05, 1999

Cincinnati girls basketball roundup




        • Withrow 57, Patterson 54, at Withrow — Tasha Collins hit a 3-pointer with one second left to win it.

        PATTERSON (54) — Taylor 2 3 8, Cook 3 0 6, Witfield 6 2 14, Williams 2 0 4, Davis 10 2 22. Totals: 23 7 54.

        WITHROW (57) — Cunningham 9 3 24, Raven 1 1 3, Hampton 2 0 4, Collins 4 4 13, Richardson 6 0 13. Totals: 22 8 57.

        Patterson ....... 15  17  10  12—54

        Withrow ....... 12  15  15  15—57

        3-pointers: W—Cunningham 3, Collins, Richardson. P—Taylor. Records: W 1-1, P 1-2.

        • Mason 79, Anderson 26, at Anderson — Beth Jones (23 points), Michelle Munoz (18) and Jere Issenmann (17) scored in double-figures for top-ranked Mason.

        MASON (79) — Stein 1 0 2, Richardson 1 0 2, Lippert 2 0 5, Ellis 2 0 4, Shull 1 0 2, Issenmann 6 0 17, Jones 9 2 23, Munoz 7 4 18, Imbus 2 2 6. Totals: 31 8 79.

        ANDERSON (26) — Sherrick 3 0 8, Deeds 1 2 4, Gruber 3 0 8, Burdick 1 0 2, Norwell 1 0 2, Ross 0 2 2. Totals: 9 4 26.

        Mason ....... 32  16  22  9—79

        Anderson ....... 2   5  10  9—26

        3-pointers: M—Lippert, Issenmann 5, Jones 3. A—Sherrick 2, Gruber 2. Records: M 2-0, A 0-3.

        • Kings 54, Goshen 53, at Goshen — Tasha Byrd sank a free throw with 1.2 seconds remaining to lead Kings.

        KINGS (54) — S. Fox 7 6 21, L. Fox 2 0 4, McAlarney 1 0 2, Byrd 4 3 13, Heekin 1 1 4, Jump 3 0 6, McClung 1 2 4. Totals: 19 11 54.

        GOSHEN (53) — Rise 1 0 2, Brown 1 1 3, Jay 4 1 9, Hausermann 1 0 2, Bitzer 1 4 6, Polly 6 0 12, Scott 4 2 10, Phillips 4 1 9. Totals: 22 9 53.

        Kings ....... 12  9  20  13—54

        Goshen ....... 13  9  16  15—53

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

        • Colerain 56, Oak Hills 43, at Oak Hills — Sierra Croxton scored 11 of her team-high 15 points in the first half for Colerain.

        COLERAIN (56) — Hailey 2 0 4, A. Croxton 1 4 6, Winkler 2 2 7, Wessel 3 0 7, Haggard 3 6 13, S. Croxton 6 1 15, Grace 2 0 4. Totals: 19 13 56.

        OAK HILLS (43) — Brunner 2 0 4, Gross 0 1 1, Cornelius 3 1 7, Fehr 3 2 10, Lack 0 1 1, Dietrich 6 8 20. Totals: 14 13 43.

        Colerain ....... 12  21   6  17—56

        Oak Hills ....... 7  11  10  15—43

        Three-point field goals: C—Winkler, Wessel, Haggard, S. Croxton 2. OH—Fehr 2. Records: C 3-0, OH 1-1.

        • Little Miami 56, Norwood 46, at Norwood — Courtney Balser scored nine of her 24 points in the first quarter for Little Miami.

        LITTLE MIAMI (56) — Warden 1 1 3, Chamberlain 1 1 3, Back 5 1 12, Eversole 1 0 2, Richardson 3 0 6, Balser 9 5 24, Journeay 1 4 6. Totals: 21 12 56.

        NORWOOD (46) — Henderson 3 0 7, Burns 1 0 2, Jennings 8 3 19, McCarthy 1 1 3, Davis 7 0 15. Totals: 20 4 46.

        Little Miami ....... 23  10   9  14—56

        Norwood ....... 9   6  12  19—46

        3-pointers: L—Back, Balser. N—Henderson, Davis. Records: L 2-2 (FAVC 1-1), N 0-3 (0-2).

        • Badin 39, Franklin 22, at Badin — Caitlyn Wolf scored 10 of her 12 points in the first half for Badin.

        FRANKLIN (22) — Evans 3 0 6, Stewart 3 2 8, Gambill 0 1 1, Miller 3 0 7. Totals: 9 3 22.

        BADIN (39) — Bennett 1 0 2, Fiehrer 1 0 2, Wolf 6 0 12, Overton 2 0 4, Shull 3 0 6, Brennan 2 0 6, Vilkoski 2 1 5, Beckett 1 0 2. Totals: 18 1 39.

        Franklin ....... 2   3   9   8—22

        Badin ....... 14  12   9   4—39

        3-pointers: F—Miller. B—Brennan 2. Records: B 2-1, F 2-2.

        • Harrison 52, Northwest 34, at Northwest — Lindsey Grovogel and Tammi Toney each scored five points in the first quarter.

        HARRISON (52) — Walton 1 0 2, Rolfes 0 1 1, Holder 3 0 8, Daily 1 0 2, Toney 5 2 12, Grovogel 6 2 14, Sebastain 1 0 2, Ransick 4 1 9, Brooks 1 0 2. Totals: 22 6 52.

        NORTHWEST (34) — Meister 1 3 5, Jared 3 1 7, Aichele 1 0 2, Yancy 1 0 2, Watts 2 2 7, Dumbrowolski 2 1 5, Gray 2 2 6. Totals: 12 9 34.

        Harrison ....... 17  7  17  11—52

        Northwest ....... 7  7  10  10—34

        Three-point goals: HG—Holder 2. N—Watts. Records: N 0-3, H 1-1.

        • Summit Country Day 44, Calvary Christian 36, at Calvary — Lauren Conners scored six points in the third quarter.

        SUMMIT COUNTRY DAY (44) — Fraser 4 0 8, Hoeck 3 1 7, Springs 7 2 16, Lydon 2 0 4, Conners 4 1 9. Totals: 20 4 44.

        CALVARY CHRISTIAN (36) — Woods 5 1 12, Croucher 0 1 1, Mullins 1 0 2, Curry 2 0 4, VanBerkel 6 0 13, Salomon 2 0 4. Totals: 15 2 36.

        Summit Country Day ....... 13  11  12   8—44

        Calvary Christian ....... 10   9   4  12—36

        Three-point goals: C—Woods, VanBerkel. Records: S 2-1, C 2-1.

        • Finneytown 62, St. Bernard 32, at St. Bernard — Finneytown's Michelle Behler scored 10 points in the first quarter.

        FINNEYTOWN (62) — Brookbank 4 0 9, Flick 2 2 6, Melanie Behler 4 0 11, Michelle Behler 8 1 18, Neher 1 0 2, Croley 1 0 2, Zinser 2 0 4, Meyer 2 4 8, Band 1 0 2. Totals: 25 7 62.

        ST. BERNARD (32) — Byrd 1 2 4, Smith 7 1 15, Monterosso 1 0 2, Kramer 1 0 3, McPartlin 3 0 6, Russell 1 0 2. Totals: 14 3 32.

        Finneytown ....... 17  16  19  10—62

        St. Bernard ....... 3  10   7  12—32

        Three-point goals: F—Brookbank, Melanie Behler 3, Michelle Behler. SB—Kramer. Records: SB 1-1, F 1-1.

        • CCD 63, New Richmond 45, at CCD — Katherine Hale scored 16 as the Indians won their third straight.

        NEW RICHMOND (45) — Coslett 2 1 6, Senior 5 6 19, Loving 5 2 12, Geronimo 1 0 2, Curfiss 1 2 4, Root 1 0 2. Totals: 16 11 45.

        CCD (63) — Byer 5 0 10, Vierling 1 1 3, Reiber 7 1 15, Baker 4 0 9, Hale 8 0 16, Geier 5 0 10. Totals: 29 2 63.

        New Richmond ....... 7   7  12  19—45

        CCD ....... 13  18  20  12—63

        3-pointers: NR—Senior 3, Coslett. C—Baker. Records: C 3-0, NR 0-3.

        • Loveland 69, Ross 41, at Loveland — Aaliyah Muhammad scored 14 first-half points to for Loveland.

        ROSS (41) — Gunther 1 0 2, Wagers 5 1 13, Lee 1 2 4, Bogolo 1 3 5, Harrison 0 2 2, Lange 1 0 2, Collins 5 3 13. Totals: 14 9 41.

        LOVELAND (69) — Polce 3 0 6, Muhammad 8 5 24, Miller 1 1 3, Wilson 3 1 7, Strickland 2 0 4, Lanker 4 0 8, Howard 1 0 2, Huggins 1 1 3, Kennedy 5 2 12. Totals: 28 10 69.

        Ross ....... 4   8   7  22—41

        Loveland ....... 19  22  12  16—69

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

        • Reading 59, Lockland 33, at Reading — Barbie Baltimore scored a game-high 14 points for Reading.

        LOCKLAND (33) — Wynn 0 2 2, Cox 4 3 11, Sharp 0 1 1, Owens 1 0 2, Cromer 2 2 6, Freeman 1 6 8, Robbins 1 0 3. Totals: 9 14 33.

        READING (59) — Baltimore 4 5 14, Fletcher 2 3 7, Nolte 2 0 4, Davis 5 0 10, Ramsey 4 5 13, Gallo 1 0 2, Lawson 0 4 4, Halia 2 1 5. Totals: 20 18 59.

        Lockland ....... 10  10   4   9—33

        Reading ....... 18  20  14   7—59

        3-pointers: R—Baltimore. L—Robbins. Re cords: R 2-2, L 0-2.

        • Lebanon 81, Wilmington 56, at Wilmington — Lindsey Hicks scored 16 points in the first half for Lebanon.

        LEBANON (81) — Ball 1 0 2, Prosperi 8 2 18, Siehl 6 1 13, Gregory 7 4 19, Gray 1 0 2, LeVan 1 0 2, Fyffe 1 0 2, Hicks 8 6 23. Totals: 33 13 81.

        WILMINGTON (56) — Shumaker 6 0 12, Stewart 1 0 2, Williams 1 0 2, Davis 4 2 11, Fife 3 1 7, Hodson 2 0 5, Steele 1 0 2, Klemetsen 3 1 7, Smith 2 0 6, Borton 1 0 2. Totals: 24 4 56.

        Lebanon ....... 25  26  13  17—81

        Wilmington ....... 16  11  10  19—56

        3-pointers: L—Gregory, Hicks. W—Smith 2, Hodson, Davis. Records: L 3-0 (FAVC 2-0), W 2-2 (1-1).

        • Princeton 62, Seton 46, at Seton — Bri Bradshaw led Princeton with 17 points while Julie Robbins scored a game-high 22 points for Seton.

        PRINCETON (62) — Davis 8 0 16, McNamara 3 0 7, Noble 2 0 5, Lancaster 7 2 16, Bradshaw 7 2 17, Smith 3 2 8. Totals: 27 7 62.

        SETON (46) — Holmes 3 2 8, M. Holmes 1 0 2, Kelsey 2 3 7, Robbins 9 4 22, Schroeder 2 3 7. Totals: 17 8 46.

        Princeton ....... 17  24  10  13—62

        Seton ....... 6   8   9  25—46

        3-pointers: P—McNamara, Noble, Bradshaw. S—Robbins 4. Records: P 1-1, S 1-2.

        • Glen Este 50, Turpin 33, at Turpin — Senior guard Sarah Bolten scored 15 points, for Glen Este.

        GLEN ESTE (50) — Wilson 4 2 10, Bolten 5 3 15, Ruehl 2 3 7, Kunz 2 0 4, Kools 1 3 5, Riley 3 2 9. Totals: 17 13 50.

        TURPIN (33) — Arnett 0 1 1, Biser 4 0 12, Cummings 1 1 3, Fox 2 3 7, Maue 2 0 4, Shall 1 0 2, Anderson 0 4 4. Totals: 10 9 33.

        Glen Este ....... 9   7   9  25—50

        Turpin ....... 2   9  12  10—33

        3-pointers: G—Bolten 2, Riley. T—Biser 4. Records: G 3-0 (FAVC 2-0), T 0-3 (0-2).

        • Purcell Marian 46, Mariemont 34, at Mariemont — Kerri Finnell 18 points for Purcell.

        PURCELL MARIAN (46) — Conover 5 1 11, King 0 1 1, Hale 0 3 3, Finnell 8 2 18, White 1 3 5, Reese 3 2 8. Totals: 17 12 46.

        MARIEMONT (34) — Kauffmann 3 2 9, R. Potts 2 0 4, L. Potts 1 1 3, Brown 3 0 6, Hook 3 3 9, Rogers 1 1 3. Totals: 13 7 34.

        Purcell Marian ....... 11  10  11  14—46

        Mariemont ....... 12   6   4  12—34

        3-pointers: M—Kauffman. Records: P 3-1, M 0-3.

        • Central Baptist 36, Cincinnati Christian 32, at Central Baptist — Michelle Wheeler scored 15 points for Central Baptist.

        CINTI CHRISTIAN (32) — Baysore 1 1 3, Hurst 1 0 2, Bashford 3 0 6, Hancock 1 0 2, Varland 1 0 2, Emerson 1 0 2, Lowe 5 2 12, Peake 1 1 3. Totals: 14 4 32.

        CENTRAL BAPTIST (36) — Amb. Holland 3 5 12, Wheeler 7 1 15, Ash. Holland 2 2 7, Woeke 0 2 2. Totals: 12 10 36.

        Cinti Christian ....... 13   6  2  11—32

        Central Baptist ....... 7  13  7   9—36

        Three-point field goals: CC—none. CB—Amb. Holland, Ash. Holland. Records: CB 2-1, CC 0-4.

        • Amelia 48, Winton Woods 46, at Winton Woods — Kristen Votapek hit a 3- pointer with 1:07 to play to give Amelia for the lead.

        AMELIA (48) — Votapek 3 2 9, Thomasson 2 0 4, Davidson 2 2 6, Guinan 2 0 4, Emmert 3 0 6, Bartels 5 4 14, Gillespie 2 1 5. Totals: 19 9 48.

        WINTON WOODS (46) — Sims 4 1 9, White 0 3 3, Fletcher 5 1 11, Johnson 2 0 4, Ogletree 1 0 2, Tinsley 1 3 5, Williams 4 4 12. Totals: 17 12 46.

        Amelia ....... 10  14   5  19—48

        Winton Woods ....... 8  16  12  10—46

        3-pointers: A—Votapek. Records: A 2-1 (FAVC 2-0), W 2-1 (1-1).

       



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