Wednesday, December 15, 1999

Cincinnati boys basketball roundup


West Hi pummels Woodward

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Darryl Peterson scored 21 and Danny Horace added 20 to lead No.1 Western Hills to its first victory over Woodward since 1985, a 103-61 win Tuesday night.

        “This is a great win for us,” Western Hills coach Lannis Timmons said. “We did well on the boards and played good defense. It was a total team effort.”

        Western Hills (3-0) is ranked No.24 in USA Today's Super 25 boys basketball rankings.

        WOODWARD (61) — Boyce 7 2 17, Bryant 3 0 6, Hendrix 3 0 6, Makonnen 2 1 5, Edwards 4 0 8, Richardson 1 0 2, Bess 2 0 4, Turnbow 5 0 10, Armstrong 1 0 3. Totals: 26 3 61.

        WESTERN HILLS (103) — Andrews 7 0 15, Banks 1 0 3, Peterson 9 2 21, Horrace 4 12 20, Will Starks 4 0 8, Mills 1 0 2, Hadnot 5 1 11, Taylor 2 1 5, Hicks 2 0 4, P. Smith 4 0 8, Piening 2 0 4, Little 1 0 2. Totals: 39 16 103.

        Woodward ....... 10  14  25  12— 61

        Western Hills ....... 20  22  27  32—103

        3-point goals: Wood—Boyce, Armstrong. WH—Andrews, Banks, Peterson. Records: WH 3-0 (QCC 2-0), Wood 1-4 (1-1).

        • Mount Healthy 61, Taft 49 — Will Gaines of Mount Healthy scored all of his game-high 17 points in the second half.

        TAFT (49) — McPherson 5 1 12, Cole 5 2 12, Rafhon Mack 3 2 9, Williams 3 0 6, Raymond 4 0 8, Turner 1 0 2. Totals: 21 5 49.

        MOUNT HEALTHY (61) — Flowers 3 0 6, Fields 2 0 4, Richardson 2 0 4, Gaines 7 1 17, Brown 4 3 11, Williams 1 0 2, Short 4 3 12, Battle 2 0 4. Totals: 25 7 61.

        Taft ....... 8  20  17   4—49

        Mt. Healthy ....... 14  12  15  16—61

        3-point goals: M-Short, Gaines 2, T-McPherson 1, Rayshon Mack. Records: T 1-4 (0-2 QCC).

        • Hughes 74, Walnut Hills 66 — Junior guard Muneer Salaam and senior forward Andre Frazier each scored 16 points to lead the Big Red. Frazier also had 11 rebounds.

        WALNUT HILLS (66) — Montgomery 0 2 2, James 6 1 16, Hardin 7 7 23, Wilson 1 0 3, Bonner 1 1 3, Robinson 2 6 11, Blair 2 4 8. Totals: 19 21 66.

        HUGHES (74) — Eubanks 3 0 7, Smiley 3 2 8, Salaam 6 4 16, Whitehead 3 1 7, Stallworth 2 0 4, McCants 2 0 6, Grimes 4 2 10, Frazier 7 2 16. Totals: 30 11 74.

        Walnut Hills ....... 10  13  13  30—66

        Hughes ....... 10  17  20  27—74

        3-point goals: WH—James 3, Hardin 2, Wilson, Robinson. H—McCants 2, Eubanks. Records: WH (0-2 QCC). H 2-2 (2-0).

        • Withrow 73, Aiken 51 — Withrow's balanced scoring attack put seven players in double figures.

        Eric Johnson and William Jeffries scored 11 points each for Withrow, while five other players all finished with 10 points each.

        WITHROW (73) — Love 4 2 10, Orr 4 2 10, Johnson 3 5 11, Washington 3 3 10, Jeffries 4 3 11, Stevens 0 1 1, Darden 4 2 10, Garth 2 6 10. Totals: 24 24 73.

        AIKEN (51) — Berry 2 3 8, Dickenson 1 2 4, Oba 3 1 7, Parker 3 1 8, Robinson 4 1 10, Stewart 2 0 4, Davis 4 1 10. Totals: 19 9 51.

        Withrow ....... 20  22  12  19—73 Aiken ....... 17   7   9  15—51

3-point goals: W—Washington; A—Berry, Parker, Robinson, Davis. Records: A 0-4 (0-2 QCCM).

MML
       

        • Dayton Carroll 44, Springboro 28 — Randy Eavers scored 12 points for Dayton Carroll to hand Springboro its first loss of the season.

        It was Springboro's first regular-season loss after two straight undefeated regular seasons. Damon Francis scored 13 for the Panthers.

        DAY. CARROLL (44) — Schneider 1 1 3, Lee 0 6 6, Pratt 2 4 9, Meyers 1 4 6, Swain 3 0 6, Johnson 1 0 2, Eavers 5 2 12. Totals: 13 17 44.

        SPRINGBORO (28) — J. Francis 1 2 5, Bensler 0 1 1, Johnson 0 4 4, D. Francis 4 5 13, Ellis 2 0 5. Totals: 7 12 28.

        Day. Carroll ....... 8   9  13  14—44

        Springboro ....... 5  11   7   5—28

        3-point goals: C—Pratt. S—J. Francis, Ellis. Records: C 3-0 (MML 1-0), S 3-1 (1-1).

        • Fenwick 72, Lemon Monroe 58 — Tony McCormack led the first-quarter Fenwick attack with seven points, and Jamie Studer and Joe Kreke had five each as Fenwick outscored Lemon Monroe 24-7 in the opening period.

        Kyle Braun led Monroe with 18 points, and teammate Sean McMonigle added 15 points and 12 rebounds.

        FENWICK (72) — Martin 6 4 16, Kreke 1 3 5, Wolf 1 1 4, McCormack 5 4 15, Mulligan 4 2 12, Burns 3 2 9, Studer 3 5 11. Totals: 23 21 72.

        MONROE (58) — Braun 7 4 18, Bailey 1 0 2, Calhoun 4 0 9, Shanks 1 0 2, Wolf 3 4 10, McMonigle 4 6 15, Burns 1 0 2. Totals: 21 14 58.

        Fenwick ....... 24  17  16  15—72 Monroe ....... 7  14  21  16—58

        3-point goals: F—Wolf, McCormack, Mulligan 2, Burns. M—Calhoun, McMonigle. Records: M 0-3 (0-2).

        • Talawanda 71, Edgewood 37 — Talawanda opened a 21-8 first-quarter lead and never trailed.

        Josh McDade paced the Braves with 17 while Ryan Holmes added 15.

        EDGEWOOD (37) — Gibson 2 4 8, Blizzard 1 0 2, Philpot 2 1 5, Shepherd 1 0 2, Veunefron 1 1 3, Simpkins 3 0 6, Perry 1 0 3, Umbstead 2 4 8. Totals: 13 10 37.

        TALAWANDA (71) — Kuranga 1 0 2, McDade 7 2 17, Hamidullah 3 2 8, Barker 2 0 5, Jones 3 0 6, Arlinghaus 3 0 6, Holmes 4 5 15, Bennett 3 0 6, Princell 2 0 4, Hawley 1 0 2. Totals: 29 9 71.

        Edgewood ....... 8  12   9   8—37

        Talawanda ....... 21  18  17  15—71

        3-point goals: E—Perry. T—McDade, Barker, Holmes 2. Records: T 4-0 (MML 2-0), E 1-2 (0-2).

FAVC-Buckeye
       

        • Winton Woods 64, Amelia 60 — Winton Woods' Mike Reese hit a pair of foul shots with 12 seconds left to end the scoring and seal the victory.

        Joey Overman had 18 points to lead the Warriors, who had to overcome an 11-4 first-quarter deficit. Overman had 10 points in the third period, as Winton Woods held onto the lead the entire second half.

        Scott Shelton and Derek Scherer had 12 points each to lead Amelia.

        WINTON WOODS (64) — Ali 1 0 2, Overman 7 0 18, Akbar 4 1 9, Reese 4 2 11, Hite 4 2 10, Bryant 2 2 6, Mills 3 2 8. Totals: 25 9 64.

        AMELIA (60) — M. Smith 3 0 7, Davis 2 0 5, J. Smith 4 1 9, Shelton 3 6 12, Scherer 6 0 12, Gladwell 3 2 8, Miller 2 2 7. Totals: 23 11 60.

        Winton Woods ....... 4  21  26  13—64 Amelia ....... 11  12  23  14—60

3-point goals: WW—Overman 4, Reese; A—M. Smith; Davis; Miller. Records: WW 4-0 (2-0 FAVC-B), A 2-3 (0-2).

        • Mason 45, Anderson 31 — Todd Hoffert scored nine of his 11 points in the first quarter, and Adam Livingston added 14 points for Mason.

        ANDERSON (31) — Riddell 7 0 16, Hart 1 2 4, Cory 5 1 11. Totals: 13 3 31.

        MASON (45) — Swanson 2 0 4, Livingston 6 1 14, Schatzel 0 1 1, Hoffert 5 0 11, Davis 3 2 8, Ramsey 1 0 2, Combs 1 0 3, Harman 1 0 2. Totals: 19 4 45.

        Anderson ....... 9   6   8   8—31

        Mason ....... 11  14   8  12—45

        3-point goals: A—Riddell 2. M—Livingston, Hoffert, Combs. Records: M 22 (FAVC-B 2-0), A 1-2 (0-2).

        • Turpin 49, Glen Este 37 — Jeff Binkowski scored all seven of his points in the fourth quarter, including five of six free throws for the Spartans.

        TURPIN (49) — Walters 1 2 4, Wilholt 2 0 5, Mack 2 1 5, Parsanko 2 3 7, Grooms 1 0 2, Binkowski 1 5 7, Cary 8 0 17. Totals: 17 11 49.

        GLEN ESTE (37) — Zeigler 0 1 1, Tyminski 4 1 9, Bryant 1 0 2, Tieke 0 1 1, Rieck 5 0 13, Clyburn 3 1 7, Ball 1 0 2, Rigsby 1 0 2. Totals: 15 4 37.

        Turpin ....... 9   9   9  22—49

        Glen Este ....... 10   6  10  11—37

        3-point goals: T—Wilholt, Cary. G—Rieck 3. Records: G 1-2 (FAVC 0-2).

        • Harrison 56, Northwest 48 — The Volkerding brothers, Paul and Matt, combined for 35 points, 15 rebounds and 10 blocked shots for the victorious Wildcats.

        NORTHWEST (48) — Hawkins 2 2 6, Jones 2 2 7, Wills 3 2 10, Kelly 3 0 7, Moss 1 0 2, Linville 5 4 14, Jester 1 0 2. Totals: 17 10 48.

        HARRISON (56) — P. Volkerding 8 2 21, Koch 1 0 2, Hinssen 0 1 1, Cornelius 1 3 5, Perkins 3 0 8, Myers 2 1 5, M. Volkerding 4 5 14. Totals: 19 12 56.

        Northwest ....... 8  10  12  18—48

        Harrison ....... 13  16  11  16—56

        3-point goals: N—Jones, Wills 2, Kelly. H—P.Volkerding 3, Perkins 2, M.Volkerding. Records: H 3-0 (2-0 FAVC-B), N 1-2 (1-2).

SBC
        • Western Brown 54, New Richmond 44 — Western Brown led by four points with two minutes to go when Doug Howard hit shots on back-to-back possessions to put the game out of reach.

        WESTERN BROWN (54) — Phillips 7 2 16, Tackett 2 3 7, Patton 3 0 6, Hutson 3 2 9, Warman 2 0 4, Howard 5 0 10, Fite 0 2 2. Totals: 22 9 54.

        NEW RICHMOND (44) — Jones 1 1 3, Echerivel 6 3 15, Walriven 3 0 9, Bock 1 2 4, Burns 4 1 9, Berry 2 0 4. Totals: 17 7 44.

        Western Brown ....... 10  16  13  15—54

        New Richmond ....... 12  12  11   9—44

        3-point goals: W—Hutson. N—Walriven 3. Records: W 2-3 (1-1 SBC), N 0-4 (0-1).

        • Bethel-Tate 63, Felicity 57 — Senior center Clint Miller scored 11 points in the third quarter, pushing the Tigers to a 43-36 lead and the eventual victory.

        Doug Easter led all scorers with 20 points for Felicity.

        FELICITY (57) — Day 1 3 5, Easter 6 6 20, J. Rudd 3 2 9, Moran 2 1 6, Davidson 7 1 15, E. Rudd 1 0 2. Totals: 20 13 57.

        BETHEL-TATE (63) — Wallace 3 2 8, Hesketh 2 2 6, Stamper 4 3 11, Cunningham 1 0 2, Miller 9 1 19, Todd 1 0 3, Ladd 3 1 7, Rector 1 0 2, Gregory 2 0 5. Totals: 25 9 63.

        Felicity ....... 16  11   9  21—57

        Bethel-Tate ....... 10  19  14  20—63

        3-point goals: F-Easter 2, J. Rudd, Moran. BT-Todd, Gregory. Records: F 0-4 (0-2 SBC), BT 2-2 (1-1 SBC).

        • Georgetown 50, Williamsburg 46 — Jason Knott and Craig Waits scored field goals late in the game to secure the victory and first place in the Southern Buckeye Conference.

        Tim Boland led Williamsburg with 15 points.

        GEORGETOWN (50) — Grant 4 0 9, Lahey 3 0 6, Waits 5 0 11, Foster 3 0 6, Boyd 3 1 7, Knott 5 1 11. Totals: 23 2 50.

        WILLIAMSBURG (46) — Belew 1 0 2, Boland 7 0 15, Bainum 3 3 9, Wood 2 3 7, Kennedy 4 0 9, Kreimer 2 0 4. Totals: 19 6 46.

        Georgetown ....... 12  13  13  12—50

        Williamsburg ....... 13  11   5  16—46

        3-point goals: G-Grant, Waits. W-Boland, Kennedy. Records: G 4-1 (2-0 SBC), W 2-2 (1-1).

        • Hillsboro 64, Batavia 49 — Josh Keets scored 17 points and Bruce Miles added 14 for Hillsboro. Jantsen Dunn had nine to lead Batavia, which was within four points of the lead after three quarters but went cold in the final period.

        HILLSBORO (64) — Marsh 3 2 9, Walker 0 1 1, Haithcock 4 2 10, Miles 6 1 14, Burns 0 1 1, Keets 7 3 17, Marischen 2 1 5, Jolitz 2 3 7. Totals: 24 14 64.

        BATAVIA (49) — Kelley 3 0 8, Lowe 1 0 2, Wilson 2 1 6, Kent 1 1 3, Sunnenberg 3 1 8, Hennessey 1 0 3, Dunn 4 1 9, Gardner 4 0 8, Grooms 0 2 2. Totals: 19 6 49.

        Hillsboro ....... 14  16  14  20—64 Batavia ....... 9  19  12   9—49

3-point goals: H—Marsh, Miles; B—Kelley 2, Wilson, Sunnenberg, Hennessey. Records: H 3-1 (2-0 SBC), B 0-4 (0-2).

FAVC-Cardinal
        • Wilmington 63, Lebanon 47 — David Washington and Bryson Thompson each scored 12 points in the first half to help Wilmington take an insurmountable lead.

        WILMINGTON (63) — Washington 5 7 20, Hinman 2 2 8, Thompson 7 1 15, McCoy 1 3 5, Wilson 1 0 2, Bean 5 0 10, Halley 1 1 3. Totals: 22 14 63.

        LEBANON (47) — Johnson 1 2 5, Ault 2 2 7, T.J. Amburgy 2 0 6, Richardson 4 3 11, J. Amburgy 1 1 3, Langston 0 1 1, McCutchan 2 2 7, Alexander 2 1 5, Merchant 1 0 2. Totals: 15 12 47.

        Wilmington ....... 18  18   9  18—63

        Lebanon ....... 9   8  17  13—47

        3-point goals: W—Washington 3, Hinman 2. L—T.J. Amburgy 2, Johnson, Ault, McCutchan. Records: W 2-2 (1-1 FAVC-C), L 1-1 (1-1).

        • Little Miami 26, Norwood 23 — Joey Cooper hit a layup to put Little Miami up by two with about 31/2 minutes to go. He followed with two free throws down the stretch.

        NORWOOD (23) — Fike 1 0 3, Runion 1 0 2, Kassem 2 0 4, Pickerell 4 1 9, Marksbury 2 0 5. Totals: 10 1 23.

        LITTLE MIAMI (26) — Cooper 4 2 10, Johnson 1 0 2, Sellers 1 1 3, Trent 1 0 3, Dufour 2 1 6, Pritchard 1 0 2. Totals: 10 4 26.

        Norwood ....... 5  7  4  7—23

        Little Miami ....... 9  5  6  6—26

        3-point goals: N—Fike, Marksbury. L—Trent, Dufour. Records: N 0-4 (0-2 FAVC-C), LM 2-2 (1-1).

        • Loveland 86, Ross 67 — Brian Hadnot scored nine points in the first quarter and Kevin Shappell seven, sparking Loveland to a 22-9 lead.

        Derrick Manville (nine points), Yusuf Muhammed (six) and Kyle Partin (five) took over in the second quarter, putting the game out of reach at halftime, 47-22.

        LOVELAND (86) — Manvilkle 5 2 13, Douglas 0 2 2, Hadnot 6 0 13, Partin 2 0 5, Muhammed 8 3 19, Schappell 8 9 27, Nagel 2 0 4, Nye 1 1 3. Totals: 32 17-23 86.

        ROSS (67) — Estes 1 1 3, Hutson 2 0 4, Houpe 4 8 18, Ehrman 1 2 4, Sizemore 5 2 13, Wagner 6 3 17, Brown 1 2 4, Rice 0 4 4. Totals: 20 22-31 67.

        Loveland ....... 22  25  16  23—86

        Ross ....... 9  13  19  26—67

        3-point goals: L—Manville, Hadnot, Partin, Schappell 2. R—Houpe 2, Wagner 2, Sizemore. Records: L 2-1, 2-1 FAVC.

GCL
        • Elder 71, Roger Bacon 48 — Josh Hausfeld scored 23 of his game-high 29 points in the second half, but it was not enough to counter Elder's balanced attack.

        ROGER BACON (48) — Hausfeld 11 7 29, Bock 1 1 3, Wyrick 1 0 2, Holt 1 0 2, Land 1 2 4, Huerkamp 1 0 2, Meridy 2 0 4, McManus 1 0 2. Totals: 19 10 48.

        ELDER (71) — Mullen 1 0 2, Kelsey 1 2 4, Benken 6 1 13, Schenke 2 0 4, Bazeley 1 1 4, Rowland 2 2 6, Renzenbrink 0 4 4, Wainscott 3 3 9, Murphy 3 0 7, Mahon 6 0 17, Sullivan 0 1 1. Totals: 25 14 71.

        Roger Bacon ....... 5  10  16  15—48

        Elder ....... 11  12  23  25—71

        3-point goals: E-Bazeley, Murphy, Mahon 5. Records: E 3-0 (2-0 GCL), R (1-1).

        • Alter 68, McNicholas 56, — Alter went on a 16-5 third-quarter run fueled by Adam Waleskowski and John Staub, after McNicholas cut the lead to three points.

        Waleskowski and Staub combined to score 14 points in the third period.

        MCNICHOLAS (56) — Hensley 2 0 5, Dyment 2 0 5, Cupito 0 2 2, Schneider 2 0 4, Sheehy 5 0 13, Popelar 1 0 2, Lawhon 5 0 12, Brothers 3 0 6, Peery 2 0 4, Chrin 1 0 3. Totals: 23 2 56.

        ALTER (68) — Kohls 4 0 12, Jones 1 1 3, Goings 5 0 10, Carter 2 0 4, Waleskowski 6 2 14, Staub 4 4 15, Cetone 1 0 3, Borland 1 4 6, Rubio 0 1 1. Totals: 24 12 68.

        McNicholas ....... 12  17  10  17—56

        Alter ....... 23  11  16  18—68

        3-point goals: A—Kohls 4, Staub 3, Cetone. M—Sheehy 3, Lawhon 2, Hensley, Dyment, Chrin. Records: A 2-1 (GCL 1-1), M 3-1 (1-1).

        • Purcell Marian 64, Badin 37 — Jamie Cooper scored nine of his 13 points in the second quarter as the Cavaliers took control. Keith Jackson scored 14 points to lead all scorers.

        PURCELL MARIAN (64) — Salamone 4 1 10, Sanders 2 0 4, Fullman 1 0 2, J. Cooper 6 1 13, Fulks 2 0 4, H. Cooper 5 0 10, Jackson 5 4 14, Swann 3 1 7. Totals: 28 7 64.

        BADIN (37) — Mergy 1 0 2, Jolivette 1 1 3, Hinkel 5 1 12, Noonan 4 0 9, Niehaus 1 0 2, Bosken 2 0 4, Breetz 2 1 5. Totals: 16 3 37.

        Purcell Marian ....... 10  19  14  21—64

        Badin ....... 11   5   9  12—37

        3-point goals: PM—Salamone. B—Hinkle, Noonan. Records: B 1-4 (0-2 GCLN).

MVC
       

        • CHCA 68, Lockland 56 — Jason Hunter scored 10 of his 22 points in the first quarter as CHCA surged to a 24-6 lead.

        Eric Trebes added 20 points for the Eagles.

        CHCA (68) — Morelock 4 0 9, Welage 2 0 6, Betscher 1 0 2, Hunter 10 1 22, Price 1 0 2, Shaw 1 5 7, Trebes 9 2 20. Totals: 28 8 68.

        LOCKLAND (56) — Munlin 2 0 4, Noelcke 6 1 17, Cromer 1 0 2, Wynn 4 1 9, Daniels 5 0 10, Steele 1 0 2, Welshans 6 0 12. Totals: 25 2 56.

        CHCA ....... 24  19  12  13—68 Lockland ....... 6  20  16  14—56

3-point goals: C—Morelock, Welage 2, Hunter; L— Noelcke 4. Records: CHCA 3-1 (3-0 MVC), L 2-2 (1-2).

        • Seven Hills 70, New Miami 41 — Erik Crew scored 15 points in the second, including three 3-pointers, rallying the Stingers to a commanding 38-22 halftime lead.

        NEW MIAMI (41) — Roberts 3 1 8, Baker 0 2 2, Hampton 0 2 2, Payne 3 0 6, Price 4 1 9, Bryant 2 0 4, Bowman 1 0 2, Williams 0 2 2, Tusing 1 3 5, Singleton 0 1 1. Totals: 14 12 41.

        SEVEN HILLS (70) — Drane 4 4 12, Sprafka 5 2 13, Diagne 2 2 6, Crew 8 7 27, Lenobel 1 0 2, Ellison 3 0 6, Rohde 2 0 4. Totals: 25 15 70.

        New Miami ....... 8  14   6  13—41

        Seven Hills ....... 13  25  16  16—70

        3-point goals: N—Roberts. S—Sprafka, Crew 4. Records: SH 5-0 (2-0 MVC), NM 0-2 (0-2).

        • Summit Country Day 88, Landmark Christian 54 — Freshman Nick Dyer scored 20 points, 12 in the decisive first half, for the Silver Knights.

        Topher Sheldon hit four 3-pointers for Summit.

        SUMMIT CD (88) — Hein 4 0 8, Roy 5 0 11, Fessler 0 3 3, Pembaur 4 2 10, Koepfer 2 0 4, Dyer 8 4 20, Schwietering 2 0 4, Trautmann 4 0 10, Sheldon 5 0 14, Roth 2 0 4. Totals: 36 9 88.

        LANDMARK (54) — Ellis 5 1 15, Chamberlin 1 1 3, Sasser 1 0 2, Byrd 6 0 16, Fryer 4 2 11, Batte 2 1 5, Golightly 1 0 2. Totals: 20 5 54.

        Summit CD ....... 18  24  22  24—88

        Landmark ....... 5  20  15  14—54

        3-point goals: S—Roy, Trautmann 2, Sheldon 4. LC—Ellis 4, Byrd 4, Fryer. Records: S 1-0 (1-0 MVC), LC 2-3 (1-2).

Others
       

        • St. Xavier 68, Oak Hills 47 — St.Xavier, the Enquirer's No.2 ranked team, used balanced scoring and a patient offense to hand visiting Oak Hills its second setback.

        Three Bombers scored in double figures. Steve Sollmann led the way with 15, while Andy Larkin and Jordan Cornette each added 13.

        OAK HILLS (47) — Miller 1 0 3, Lee 1 0 2, Proctor 3 0 7, Richmond 1 0 2, Dietrich 7 0 20, Webb 2 2 6, Oliverio 1 1 3, McKee 1 0 2, Lipps 1 0 2. Totals: 18 3 47.

        ST. XAVIER (68) — Callahan 4 0 9, Cornette 5 0 13, Cronin 2 5 9, Bast 1 0 2, Larkin 4 5 13, Waligora 2 0 4, Sollmann 5 3 15, Compton 0 3 3. Totals: 23 16 68.

        Oak Hills ....... 8  11  18  10—47

        St. Xavier ....... 14  15  21  18—68

        3-point goals: OH—Miller, Proctor, Dietrich 6. SX—Callahan, Cornette 3, Sollmann 2. Records: SX 4-0, OH 2-2.

        • St. Bernard 74, Cincinnati Christian 34 — Brooks Hazelbaker scored 13 of his 15 points in the first quarter. Robert Schnelle added 11 points and Chris Statt 10 for the Titans.

        CINTI CHRISTIAN (34) — Wallace 3 5 12, Westcott 3 1 7, Bollman 1 0 2, Culbertson 1 0 2, Bymdon 4 3 11. Totals: 12 9 34. ST. BERNARD (74) — Hazelbaker 5 4 15, Hendricks 1 0 2, Schmitt 2 0 4, Holmann 2 0 5, Roy 3 1 9, Wong 2 0 4, Frazier 2 3 7, Schnelle 2 5 11, Statt 2 6 10, Culbertson 3 1 7. Totals: 26 20 74.

        Cinti Christian ....... 6   3  11  14—34 St. Bernard ....... 25  23  12  14—74

3-point goals: CC—Wallace; SB—Hazelbaker, Holmann, Roy 2, Schnelle 2. Records: SB 2-2.

        • Hillcrest 117, Covington Latin 47, at Hillcrest — Martez Famble scored 18 for Hillcrest.

        COV. LATIN (47) — O'Connell 2 2 6, Archual 0 2 2, Stephens 3 3 11, Ters 6 4 17, Soderlund 0 1 1, Daod 1 3 5, Varland 2 0 4. Totals: 14 15 47.

        HILLCREST (117) — Famble 9 0 18, Jackson 6 0 13, Bradley 5 0 10, Harmon 7 0 16, Reed 3 0 7, Woods 3 0 6, Broach 2 0 4, Flagg 5 0 10, Davis 3 0 6, Hall 8 0 16, Hedges 3 0 6, Craig 1 0 2, Warner 1 1 3. Totals: 56 1 117.

        Cov. Latin ....... 7  13  14  13— 47

        Hillcrest ....... 23  28  29  37—117

        3-point goals: H—Jackson, Reed, Harmon 2. C—Stephens 2, Ters. Records: H 1-2, C 1-2

        • Central Baptist 86, Village Christian 39, at Central Baptist Invitational — Nathan Siemon scored nine points in the first quarter as Baptist took a 21-8 first-quarter lead. Central Baptist plays Cincinnati Christian at 1p.m. today for the championship.

        VILLAGE CHRISTIAN (39) — Lacourse 2 0 4, Gillham 1 0 2, Paskins 1 1 3, Mortenson 4 4 13, Jones 3 1 9, Reynolds 3 2 8. Totals: 14 8 39.

        CENTRAL BAPTIST (86) — Stringer 5 0 11, Smith 2 0 6, Mueller 2 0 4, Myles 1 2 4, Stevens 6 0 13, Siemon 8 0 17, Wagoner 3 0 7, Sheldon 3 4 11, Lundy 2 0 4, Rowell 4 0 9. Totals: 36 5 86.

        Village Ch. ....... 8   9  15   7—39

        Central Baptist ....... 21  25  20  20—86

        3-point goals: V—Mortemson, Jones 2. CB—Smith 2, Stringer, Stevens, Siemon, Wagoner, Sheldon, Rowell. Records: CB 1-1.

       



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McGee negotiates own contract extension
UC's Land likely to redshirt
Crosstown Shootout Flashback
Xavier 'hit jackpot' with West

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