Wednesday, January 26, 2000

N.Ky. boys basketball roundup


Wilson jumper lifts Lloyd

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Ryan Wilson's short jump shot with 1.9 seconds remaining in the second overtime lifted Lloyd to a 67-66 victory over Campbell County Tuesday night.

        No team led by more than three points in the game. Campbell County's Brandon Minch sank one-of-two free throws with three seconds remaining to send the game into the first overtime.

        Lloyd's Steve Sigmind had sank two free throws with one second left in the first overtime to tie the game.

        CAMPBELL COUNTY (66) — Miller 1 0 2, Sigmon 6 6 19, Minch 1 7 9, Krist 0 2 2, Wilson 5 1 12, Turner 1 1 3, Reinhardt 9 0 18, Groneck 0 1 1. Totals: 23 18 66.

        LLOYD (67) — Jamison 5 2 13, Quinn 5 0 13, Hollnekamp 0 2 2, Hopkins 4 2 10, Wilson 10 8 29. Totals: 24 14 67.

        Campbell County ....... 12  15  15  10  7  7—66

        Lloyd ....... 9  16  18   9  7  8—67

        3-pointers: C—Sigmon, Wilson. L—Jamison, Quinn 3, Wilson. Records: CC 13-4, L 11-5.

        • Ludlow 59, Beechwood 51 — Sophomore forward Adam Martin scored 18 points to lead Ludlow.

        Tyler Werner came off the bench to add 12 points and Adam Henry 10 for Ludlow. Beechwood cut the lead to three in the fourth quarter, thanks to Ludlow's 6-of-21 performance from the foul line.

        LUDLOW (59) — Henry 3 1 10, Redding 3 0 6, Tucker 0 1 1, Reed 4 1 9, Martin 6 3 18, Werner 4 4 12, McKenzie 1 1 3. Totals: 21 11 59.

        BEECHWOOD (51) — Spence 3 0 8, Kerns 5 0 13, Stowers 2 2 7, Hart 1 0 2, Reeves 2 0 5, Mercer 6 4 16. Totals: 19 6 51.

        Ludlow ....... 17  12  14  16—59 Beechwood ....... 8  13  10  20—51

3-pointers: L—Henry 3, Martin 3. B—Spence 2, Kerns 3, Stowers, Reeves. Records: L 10-7, B 4-8.

        • Scott 83, Conner 76 — Chris Thompson sank five free throws during the final two minutes, lifting the Eagles over the Cougars.

        Senior forward Tom Richardson hit seven 3-pointers, four in the fourth quarter for Scott, while Jason Edwards paced Conner with 27 points and 15 rebounds.

        SCOTT (83) — Morris 5 0 11, Stevenson 3 5 12, Richardson 8 0 23, Thompson 7 7 23, Lye 3 3 9, Kuehne 2 0 5. Totals: 28 15 83.

        CONNER (76) — Brown 1 0 2, Deck 3 0 9, Hudgens 1 0 2, M. Johnson 3 2 9, Stephenson 8 3 21, T. Johnson 3 0 6, Edwards 8 11 27. Totals: 27 16 76 .

        Scott ....... 27  16  21  19—83

        Conner ....... 18  19  20  19—76

        3-pointers: S—Morris, Stevenson, Richardson 7, Thompson 2, Kuehne . C—Deck 3, M. Johnson, Stephenson 2. Records: S 11-6, C 5-8.

        • Silver Grove 81, Villa Madonna 63 — Silver Grove hit seven 3-pointers in the third quarter to break the game open. Junior guard Chad McCarter scored all 13 of his points in the first half for the Big Trains.

        VILLA MADONNA (63) — Breetz 10 1 21, Clark 2 0 4, Ryan 2 2 6, Crisler 8 1 17, Fitzpatrick 4 2 10, Aydt 1 0 3, Shumate 0 2 2. Totals: 27 8 63.

        SILVER GROVE (81) — Hildebrand 3 0 7, Richmond 2 0 5, Jo. Horstman 1 0 3, W. Richmond 8 4 23, Ji. Horstman 7 0 18, C. McCarter 6 0 13, D. McCarter 1 0 2, Vickers 2 0 4, Kopp 1 2 4, Stewart 1 0 2. Totals: 32 6 81.

        Villa Madonna ....... 14  9  17  2363

        Silver Grove ....... 22  18  29  1281

        3-pointers: V—Aydt. S—Ji.Horstman 4, W.Richmond 3, Hildebrand, J. Richmond, Jo.Horstman, C.McCarter. Records: V 1-12, S 12-4.

        • Ryle 49, Boone Co. 48 — Nick Feagan hit a 3-pointer with 1.4 seconds left to lift the Rebels.

        Michael Setters led the Raiders with a game-high 17 points. Ryle outscored Boone 23-15 in the fourth.

        RYLE (49) — Setters 6 2 17, Steiner 3 3 9, Crigler 0 2 2, Feagan 5 0 12, Hamilton 1 1 3, Noel 3 0 6. Totals: 18 8 49.

        BOONE CO. (48) — Tombragel 5 2 13, Kellerman 2 0 4, Seever 7 1 17, McFarland 0 2 2, Noble 1 0 2, Faehr 0 2 2, Brown 2 2 8. Totals: 17 9 48.

        Ryle ....... 8   8  10  23—49

        Boone Co. ....... 11   4  18  15—48

        3-pointers: R—Setters 3, Feagan 2. BC—Tombragel, Seever 2, Brown 2. Records: R 6-11, BC 3-11.

        • Highlands 52, St. Henry 41 — Matt Barrone scored seven points in the fourth quarter and Gino Guidugli added four, enabling the Bluebirds to hold off the Crusaders.

        Nick Love paced St. Henry with 15 points.

        HIGHLANDS (52) — Forbes 3 0 9, Barrone 3 4 12, Messmer 1 1 3, Guidugli 7 4 19, Muehlenkamp 3 0 6. Totals: 18 10 52.

        ST. HENRY (41) — Radcliff 1 0 3, Vieth 3 0 6, Cook 3 0 9, Koop 2 0 4, Love 5 4 15, Eisenmenger 2 0 4. Totals: 16 4 41.

        Highlands ....... 10  14  13  14—52

        St. Henry ....... 7  10  13   9—41

        3-pointers: H—Forbes 3, Barrone 2, Guidughli. SH—Radcliff, Cook 3, Love. Records: SH 5-9, H 12-2.

       



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