Thursday, January 06, 2000

Cincinnati boys basketball roundup


Hughes rallies past Indian Hill

The Associated Press

        Senior center Andre Frazier scored 20 points, rallying Hughes to a 70-58 victory Wednesday at Indian Hill Wednesday night.

        Trailing by 18-13 after the first quarter, Hughes went on a 20-10 run to take a 33-28 halftime lead it didn't relinquish.

        Kevin Welch led all scorers with 25 for Indian Hill.

        HUGHES (70) — Tye 1 0 2, Smiley 5 0 10, Salaam 3 0 6, Whitehead 3 1 7, Stallworth 5 2 12, McCants 5 1 13, Frazier 10 0 20. Totals: 32 4 70.

        INDIAN HILL (58) — Clemons 1 0 2, Hahl 3 2 8, Shryock 4 1 12, English 3 0 6, Kurtzer 2 1 5, Welch 12 1 25. Totals: 25 5 58.

        Hughes ....... 13  20  18  19—70

        Indian Hill ....... 18  10  18  12—58

        3-pointers: H—McCants 2. I—Shryock 3. Records: IH 4-3.

        • Taylor 60, Reading 59 — Tim Kroeger sank two free throws with 13 seconds remaining to seal the victory for the Yellowjackets.

        Reading controlled the ball with 15 seconds left but turned it over. On the ensuing play, Reading committed an intentional foul, sending Kroeger to the line.

        Rob Fuller paced Taylor with 15 points, and Eric Scott added 14.

        TAYLOR (60) — Richmond 1 4 7, Fuller 4 3 15, Scott 6 0 14, Kroeger 1 2 4, Thinnes 3 0 6, Voynovich 0 1 1, Mullins 4 0 11, Getz 1 0 2. Totals: 20 10 60.

        READING (59) — Lawson 2 0 4, Berter 7 2 20, Gertz 1 0 3, Hayes 5 0 12, Wilking 4 2 10, Brinck 3 0 6, Brady 2 0 4. Totals: 24 4 59.

        Taylor ....... 13  12  16  19—60

        Reading ....... 17  13  11  18—59

        3-pointers: T—Richmond, Fuller 4, Scott 2, Mullins 3. R—Berter 4, Gertz, Hayes 2. Records: T 1-7 (CHL 1-3), R 1-6 (1-3).

        • Kings 53, Goshen 36 — The outcome was never in doubt after Kings opened a 15-8 lead in the first quarter.

        Senior Ryan Husband led a balanced scoring attack for Kings with 16 points.

        The Knights improved to 4-0 in the FAVC-Cardinal.

        GOSHEN (36) — Drake 1 6 9, Gordon 2 3 8, Blevins 4 1 9, Bunch 1 0 2, Berling 0 4 4, Ard 1 2 4. Totals: 9 16 36.

        KINGS (53) — Paddock 1 2 5, Husband 8 0 16, Woods 5 0 10, Locke 1 0 2, McLeod 0 2 2, Donovan 1 0 2, Swearingin 3 0 6, Dranschak 4 0 8, Stephenson 1 0 2. Totals: 24 4 53.

        Goshen ....... 8  11  6  11—36

        Kings ....... 15  14  6  18—53

        3-pointers: G—Drake, Gordon. K—Paddock. Records: K 6-2 (FAVC-C 4-0).

        • Batesville 59, South Ripley 52 (OT), Ripley County Tournament at Batesville — Matt Robbins and Jacob Garvin combined for seven points in overtime as the Bulldogs advanced to the second round against East Central at 6p.m. Friday.

        SOUTH RIPLEY (52) — Gunter 9 6 25, Snyder 3 1 7, Henry 2 0 4, Perry 6 0 12, Lowe 1 0 3. Totals: 22 6 52.

        BATESVILLE (59) — Cox 5 4 14, Garvin 6 2 16, Robbins 5 3 16, Raver 3 3 9, Macyauski 1 0 2, Salvatti 1 0 2. Totals: 21 12 59. South Ripley ....... 8  13  20   9  0—52

        Batesville ....... 12  13  19   8  7—59

        3-pointers: SR—Gunter, Lowe. B—Robbins 3, Garvin 2. Records: SR 3-7, B 4-4.

        • Milan 75, South Dearborn 65, Ripley County Tournament at Batesville — Ryan Hixson scored 33 points, including nine consecutive free throws, as Milan advanced to face Jac-Cen-Del in the second round at 8p.m. Friday.

       



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