Wednesday, January 26, 2000

Cincinnati girls basketball roundup


Withrow routs Aiken

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Erica Raven scored 11 points in the first quarter, leading a 23-2 run that set the stage for Withrow's 63-34 victory over Aiken on Tuesday night.

        Shere' Cunningham scored eight points in the first quarter and tied Raven for scoring honors, both with 13 points.

        AIKEN (34) — Beal 2 3 7, Pryor 3 0 6, Harris 3 0 6, Satterwhite 6 3 15. Totals: 14 6 34.

        WITHROW (63) — Cunningham 6 0 13, Hampton 4 1 10, Raven 6 0 13, Collins 2 0 4, Richardson 5 1 11, Mack 3 0 6, Chapman 2 0 5, Spivery 0 1 1. Totals: 28 3 63.

        Aiken ....... 2   6  15  11—34

        Withrow ....... 23   9  12  19—63

        3-pointers: W—Cunningham, Hampton, Raven, Champman. Records: W 9-3, 7-2 QCC.

        • Mount Healthy 62, Taft 26 — Michelle Barrett scored 22 points, and Emily Chilton had 12 for the Owls.

        TAFT (26) — Phelps 5 2 12, Rogers 1 0 2, Edwards 1 0 3, Black 3 0 6, Sneed 0 1 1, Tobin 1 0 2. Totals: 11 3 26.

        MOUNT HEALTHY (62) — Mahlerwein 3 0 6, Brewer 4 1 9, Barrett 6 7 22, Chilton 6 0 12, Johnson 1 0 2, Simmons 2 1 5, Hale 1 2 4, Tillman 1 0 2. Totals: 24 11 62. Taft ....... 5  10   4   7—26

       Mount Healthy ....... 11  21  13  17—62

        3-pointers: T-Edwards; MH-Barrett 3. Records: MH 8-7, 7-7 QCC.

        • Western Hills 37, Woodward 24 — Niya Hill scored 13 points to lead Western Hills, and sophomore Renee Tolliver had a career-high 12 points on 5-of-6 shooting.

        WOODWARD (24) — Johnson 1 1 4, Pride 4 2 10, Brewer 1 1 3, Love 3 1 7. Totals: 9 5 24.

        WESTERN HILLS (37) — Cook 0 2 2, Tolliver 5 0 12, Hill 5 3 13, Goodrich 4 0 8, Lane 1 0 2. Totals: 15 5 37. Woodward ....... 14  3  5  2—24

        Western Hills ....... 15  6  8  8—37

        3-pointers: W—Johnson. WH—Toliver 2. Records: W 3-11 (3-6 QCC), WH 3-12 (3-6).

        • Hughes 51, Walnut Hills 28 — Keairra Moore scored 18 points and Brandy Everson added 12 to lead Hughes.

        WALNUT HILLS (28) — Fennell 1 0 2, Ward 4 2 10, Parker 1 4 6, Turner 0 2 2, Martin 1 1 3, Wilson 1 0 2, Antle 1 0 3. Totals: 9 9 28.

        HUGHES (51) — Moore 5 6 18, Everson 6 0 12, Burns 4 0 8, Steele 1 0 2, Bridges 3 0 6, Pettijohn 1 1 3, Red 1 0 2. Totals: 21 7 51.

        Walnut Hills ....... 0   6  11  11—28 Hughes ....... 6  17   7  21—51

3-pointers: WH — Antle; H — Moore 2. Records: H 9-5 (8-1 QCC).

GGCL
        • Mercy 45, Mount Notre Dame 41 — The Bobcats, ranked No.2 in The Enquirer coaches poll, placed three players in double figures to offset senior forward Jen Emmings' game-high 14 points.

        MERCY (45) — Zinser 0 2 2, Stern 2 0 4, Zeuch 3 4 11, Barnes 1 0 2, Wolf 2 0 4, Clavier 3 4 10, Winright 0 2 2, Woody 4 2 10. Totals: 15 14 45.

        MOUNT NOTRE DAME (41) — Cooper 4 0 9, Tobergte 1 0 2, J. Emming 7 0 14, Nahrup 1 0 3, Seibert 4 1 9, M. Emming 1 2 4. Totals: 18 3 41.

        Mercy ....... 12  12  9  12—45

       Mount Notre Dame ....... 15   4  5  17—41

        3-pointers: M—Zeuch. MND—Cooper, Nahrup. Records: MND 9-6 (3-3 GGCL Scarlet).

        • St. Ursula 54, McAuley 39 — Mimi Mahon was 6-for-6 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter and 9-for-10 in the game. The Bulldogs hit 13 of 14 free throws in the fourth quarter to hold off the Mohawks.

        MCAULEY (39) — Donaweeth 1 0 3, Esterkamp 2 2 7, Hoffman 1 2 5, Lichtenfield 1 2 5, Kampschmid 4 3 11, Rust 2 0 4, Ziegler 1 2 4. Totals: 12 11 39.

        ST. URSULA (54) — Fischer 1 7 9, Hogel 3 2 9, Menke 3 2 8, Eichmann 1 1 3, Mahon 2 9 14, Grogan 3 3 9, Bohart 0 1 1, Connaughton 0 1 1. Totals: 13 26 54.

        McAuley ....... 10  11  11  739

        St. Ursula ....... 14  8  16  1654

        3-pointers: M—Donaweeth, Esterkamp, Hoffman, Lichtenfield. S—Hogel, Mahon. Records: S 11-4 (GGCL 7-3 Scarlet).

        • Ursuline 52, Seton 51 — Ann Zesterman made two free throws with 15 seconds left to give Ursuline their second victory over Seton.

        The Saints nearly won the game at the buzzer, but their final shot rolled out.

        “We beat them at the buzzer the first time we played,” Ursuline coach Jill Thompson said, “I thought for sure that final shot was going in and we were getting paid back.”

        Zesterman paced Ursuline with 13, including nine in the second half. Jodi Schroeder scored 14 for Seton.

        SETON (51) — Kelsey 0 4 4, Robbins 2 3 7, A. Holmes 3 0 6, E. Meyer 1 2 4, Schroeder 6 1 14, A. Meyer 1 0 2, M. Holmes 2 5 9, Higgins 1 1 3. Totals: 16 16 51.

        URSULINE (52) — Zestermann 5 3 13, Verrett 2 0 4, Klein 1 0 2, Davren 4 2 11, Polimeni 3 3 9, Sage 1 0 3, Walker 1 1 4, Obert 1 3 6. Totals: 18 12 52.

        Seton ....... 14  18   8  11—51

       Ursuline ....... 12   7  18  15—52

        3-pointers: S—Schroeder 2. U—Davren, Sage, Walker, Obert. Records: S 7-8 (GGCL 1-5), U 13-3 (4-2).

        • Badin 60, Alter 50 — Senior guard Kerri Fiehrer scored 14 of her 21 points in the first quarter.

        ALTER (50) — Heaton 9 3 22, Kirchoff 1 0 3, Duggan 1 0 2, Rindler 3 0 7, Storer 4 1 9, Taylor 1 0 2, Thompson 2 0 5. Totals: 21 4 50.

        BADIN (60) — Bennett 2 4 8, Fiehrer 5 10 21, Wolf 6 3 15, Overton 4 0 8, Shull 2 2 6, Vilkoski 1 0 2. Totals: 20 19 60.

        Alter ....... 11  10  13  16—50

        Badin ....... 20  14  12  14—60

        3-pointers: A—Heaton, Thompson, Rindler, Kirchoff. B—Fiehrer. Records: B 12-3 (GGCL-G 5-0), A 6-9.

GMC
       

        • Colerain 60, Princeton 55 — Sierra Croxton scored seven points in the second quarter to spark a 16-4 rally by Colerain.

        COLERAIN (60) — Hailey 3 1 7, A. Croxton 1 0 2, Winkler 2 0 4, Wessel 2 0 6, Haggard 5 1 13, S. Croxton 7 5 20, Grace 3 2 8. Totals: 23 9 60.

        PRINCETON (55) — Davis 2 6 11, McNamara 3 0 6, Skoog 2 0 5, Herbas 1 0 2, Noble 3 1 7, Lancaster 3 4 10, Bradshaw 7 0 14. Totals: 21 11 55.

        Colerain ....... 15  16   9  20—60

        Princeton ....... 16   4  15  20—55

        3-pointers: C—Wessel 2, Haggard 2, S.Croxton. P—Davis, Skoog, Bradshaw 3. Records: C 13-2 (9-2 GMC), P 9-4 (8-2 GMC).

        • Fairfield 43, Hamilton 33 — Tara Johnson had 11 points and four steals in a game in which where both teams struggled from the field.

        Hamilton shot only 29.8 percent from the field, but Fairfield managed only 27.5 percent shooting, including just two made field goals in the second half. The Indians made up for it at the foul line, however, converting on 17-of-26 free throws.

        Angela Tolbert led Hamilton with 11 points and five steals. Amy Scheve added nine points, nine rebounds and four blocked shots for the Big Blue, while Anna Rusbosin had six steals.

        FAIRFIELD (43) — Chaney 1 4 6, T. Johnson 4 0 11, K. Johnson 1 5 8, Hanck 1 1 3, Thompson 2 2 6, Staudt 2 5 9. Totals: 11 17 43.

        HAMILTON (33) — Black 1 1 3, Brosey 0 2 2, Booker 1 0 2, Tolbert 5 1 11, Bush 1 0 2, Rusbosin 2 0 4, Scheve 4 1 9. Totals: 14 5 33.

        Fairfield ....... 16  10   6  11—43 Hamilton ....... 10  11   4   8—33

        3-pointers: F—T.Johnson 3, K.Johnson. Records: H 7-7 (5-6 GMC), F 7-6 (5-5).

        • Milford 65, Middletown 39 — Katie Broecker had 14 points, nine rebounds and seven assists to lead Milford.

        MIDDLETOWN (39) — Balaz 1 2 4, Males 2 1 5, Thomas 3 0 6, Treager 0 2 2, Moore 1 0 3, Sorrell 5 5 15, Rupp 1 2 4. Totals: 13 12 39.

        MILFORD (65) — Potrafke 5 0 11, Jack 1 0 2, Richmond 0 1 1, Moorman 0 3 3, Broecker 5 4 14, Hrovat 4 1 9, Gaible 4 2 10, Stevens 3 0 7, Gulleman 4 0 8. Totals: 26 11 65.

        Middletown ....... 6  10   9  14—39

        Milford ....... 19  14  12  20—65

        3-pointers: MID—Moore. MILF—Potrafke, Stevens. Records: MID 0-15 (0-11 GMC), MILF 7-7 (6-6).

        • Sycamore 63, Lakota West 50 — Sycamore used balanced scoring to open a 36-22 halftime lead.

        LAKOTA WEST (50) — Wilson 3 4 11, Swift 3 0 7, Hutzelman 3 5 13, Wright 3 2 8, Carlberg 5 1 11. Totals: 17 12 50.

        SYCAMORE (63) — Frank 1 0 2, Fitzwilson 1 0 2, Melvin 3 2 9, Austin 4 3 11, Lehman 0 2 2, Schwerdtmann 6 1 13, Dunn 1 0 2, Kimmey 5 0 14, Pennington 4 0 8. Totals: 25 7 63.

        Lakota West ....... 11  11   8  20—50

        Sycamore ....... 16  20  14  13—63

        3-pointers: LW—Wilson, Swift, Hutzelman 2. S—Melvin, Kimmey 4. Records: LW 6-8 (GMC 5-5), S 11-2 (10-0).

        • Lakota East 50, Lima Senior 49 (OT) — Christie Ring made a free throw with 1.8 seconds left in overtime to lift the Thunderhawks.

        LIMA SR. (49) — Marshall 3 0 6, Jackson 2 2 6, Johnson 2 0 5, Carlisle 6 3 15, Horne 7 2 16, Lockett 0 1 1. Totals: 20 8 49.

        LAKOTA EAST (50) — Andrea 2 0 4, Wyckoff 6 7 19, Webb 1 0 2, Nollen 4 3 11, Ring 3 6 12, Kovach 1 0 2. Totals: 17 16 50.

        Lima Sr. ....... 14  11  10  10   4—49

        Lakota East ....... 5  17  14   9   5—50

        3-pointers: LIMA—Johnson. Records: LE 2-12 (2-9 GMC), LIMA 5-10 (3-8).

CHL
       

        Indian Hill 52, Deer Park 25 — Indian Hill raced to a 25-5 halftime lead, as Deer Park played without injured point guard Dana Hott. Hott is one of the top scorers in the city (17.5 ppg).

        INDIAN HILL (52) — Cooper 5 0 11, M. Davis 2 0 4, Schmitt 5 0 11, S. Davis 5 2 12, Ellis 3 0 6, Warden 2 4 8. Totals: 22 6 52.

        DEER PARK (25) — Eigel 1 0 3, Nally 1 0 3, Miskimens 6 0 13, Leavitt 1 2 4, Jetter 1 0 2. Totals: 10 2 25.

        Indian Hill ....... 9  16  11  16—53

        Deer Park ....... 2   3   9  11—25

        3-pointers: I—Cooper, Schmitt. D—Eigel, Nally, Miskimens. Records: I 10-4, (7-2 CHL), DP 3-12 (0-9).

        • Finneytown 64, Mariemont 39 — Michelle Behler and Rhonda Meyer each scored 17 points to pace Finneytown.

        The Wildcats pulled away in the third quarter. Behler scored six points and Finneytown turned up its intensity on defense to spark a 14-5 run.

        MARIEMONT (39) — Kauffman 7 1 17, R. Potts 1 3 5, Whittelfley 0 5 5, L. Potts 0 1 1, Brown 1 0 2, Hook 0 1 1, Rogers 3 2 8. Totals: 12 13 39.

        FINNEYTOWN (64) — Brookbank 4 0 8, Flick 3 0 6, Me. Behler 1 0 2, Mi. Behler 7 2 17, Croley 0 2 2, Zisler 0 3 3, Meyer 6 5 17, Ogletree 1 7 9. Totals: 22 19 64.

        Mariemont ....... 6  14   5  14—39

        Finneytown ....... 20   6  14  24—64

        3-pointers: M—Kauffman 2. F—Mi. Behler. Records: F 8-5 (CHL 5-3).

Others
        • Calvary Christian 48, Heritage Christian 35 — Lisa VanBerkle scored 23 points.

        CALVARY CHRISTIAN (48) — Woods 4 4 12, Mullins 2 0 4, Curry 0 3 3, Lisa VanBerkle 10 3 23, Solomon 3 0 6. Totals: 19 10 48.

        HERITAGE CHRISTIAN (35) — Morris 6 0 13, Wilson 0 1 1, Wynn 1 0 2, Capel 3 2 8, Holtmann 3 2 9, Sheldon 1 0 2. Totals: 14 5 35.

        Calvary Ch. ....... 11  9  14  14—48

        Heritage Ch. ....... 7  7   5  16—35

        3-pointers: H—Morris, Holtman. Records: H 8-8, C 11-4.

        • Northwest 45, Ross 41 — Nicole Elam paced the Knights to an early lead in the first half, with nine of her 11 points.

        ROSS (41) — Lockaby 7 2 20, Gunther 1 0 2, Wagers 2 0 5, Bogolo 3 1 7, Harrison 1 1 3, Wertman 2 0 4. Totals: 16 4 41.

        NORTHWEST (45) — Meister 3 0 6, Aichele 1 0 2, Yancy 2 0 5, Watts 4 0 8, Dobrowolski 3 0 6, Swedersky 2 0 5, Elam 5 1 11, Haggard 1 0 2. Totals: 21 1 45.

        Ross ....... 7   7  11  16—41

        Northwest ....... 14  14   9   8—45

        3-pointers: R—Lockaby 4, Wagers. NW—Yancy, Swedersky. Records: NW 6-9, R 2-12.

        • Milford Christian 33, St. Rita 15 — The Bulldogs scored 16 points in the decisive second quarter, six by Christy Wehmeyer.

        Debbie Fair, playing in her last game for Milford Christian, scored 11 points.

        ST. RITA (15) — Prince 3 0 6, Woolridge 2 0 4, DeCortes 1 1 3, Roberts 1 0 2. Totals: 7 1 15.

        MILFORD CHRISTIAN (32) — Duttry 2 4 8, Wehmeyer 3 2 8, Fair 5 1 11, Moorhead 3 0 6. Totals: 13 7 33.

        St. Rita ....... 6   3   0   6—15

        Milford Ch. ....... 6  16   9   2—33

        3-pointers: none. Records: MC 7-3.

       



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