Sunday, February 06, 2000

Cincinnati boys basketball roundup


Madeira pulls away from Kings

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Sophomore forward Robb Hern scored 16 points in the second half, including eight-of-eight from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter, enabling Madeira to defeat Kings 78-67.

        Madeira, ranked No.5 in the Enquirer's Division II-IV coaches poll, converted 18-of-21 free-throw attempts in the fourth quarter to pull away from the sixth-ranked Knights.

        Hern finished with 18 points. Junior center Bret Underwood led the Mustangs with 24 points and 14 rebounds.

        Kings got 28 points from senior forward Ronnie Swearingin. The Knights played without point guard Zack Woods, out with an injury he sustained in Friday's game against Ross.

        KINGS (67) — Paddock 3 0 7, Husband 4 2 10, Brose 4 0 8, Garvin 5 2 12, Swearingin 12 0 28, Dranschak 1 0 2. Totals: 29 4 67.

        MADEIRA (78) — Tudor 2 2 8, Scheuer 0 2 2, Dooley 2 4 8, Burch 5 4 18, Hern 5 8 18, Underwood 12 0 24. Totals: 26 20 78.

        Kings ....... 18  18  14  17—67

        Madeira ....... 19  10  22  27—78

        • Seven Hills 63, Taft 51 — An 8-0 run in the fourth quarter helped Seven Hills win.

        With the game tied at 45 after three quarters, Seven Hills' Matt Drane, Erik Crew and Grayson Sugarman combined for 14 points down the stretch.

        Crew finished with a game-high 22 points. Saliou Diagne added 19. Brandon Turner paced Taft with 17 points.

        TAFT (51) — Turner 7 0 17, N. Williams 4 3 11, Cole 2 0 4, Jennings 1 0 3, Raymond Mack 1 2 4, Harris 3 1 7, Daniels 1 2 5. Totals: 19 8 51.

        SEVEN HILLS (63) — Drane 4 0 8, Sugarman 2 4 8, Diagne 8 3 19, Crew 7 5 22, Ellison 1 0 2, Lin 2 0 4. Totals: 24 12 63.

        Taft ....... 17  12  16   6—51

        Seven Hills ....... 26   7  12  18—63

        3-pointers: T—Turner 3, Jennings, Daniels. SH—Crew 3. Records: T 2-14, SH 14-2.

        • Moeller 69, Sycamore 36 — Matt Sylvester scored 13 of his 17 points in the first half as Moeller took a 36-7 halftime lead.

        Tyler Tabler added 12 points for the Crusaders.

        SYCAMORE (36) — Render 1 0 2, D. Hull 1 1 3, Baker 0 2 2, Oppliger 0 2 2, Henderson 2 3 7, Showman 1 0 2, Holbein 1 0 2, Walter 0 2 2, M. Hull 3 2 9, Smith 2 1 5. Totals: 11 13 36.

        MOELLER (69) — Tabler 5 0 12, Byrnes 2 3 7, Mahony 1 2 5, Monserez 3 0 7, Luther 2 2 6, Silber 1 1 3, Sylvester 8 0 17, McGlone 1 2 4, Rossfeld 2 1 5, Reisert 1 0 3. Totals: 26 11 69.

        Sycamore ....... 1   6  13  16—36

        Moeller ....... 15  21  15  18—69

        3-pointers: S—M. Hull. M—Tabler 2, Mahony, Monserez, Sylvester, Reisert. Records: M 8-8, S 4-12.

        • Cozaddale Baptist 93, Dayton Bible Baptist 43— Senior forward Justin Dick scored 22 of his game-high 36 points in the first half and Cozaddale Baptist raced to a 56-22 halftime lead.

        Junior guard Jamie Twilley scored 20 points and freshman guard Jeremy Dick had 16 for Cozaddale Baptist.

        Aaron Betzner led Dayton Bible Baptist with 12 points.

        DAYTON BB (43) — Wallace 2 0 5, Blackburn 3 0 6, C. Betzner 3 1 7, A. Betzner 4 3 12, Robertson 2 1 5, M. Calvert 1 2 4, O. Calvert 2 0 4. Totals: 17 7 43.

        COZADDALE (93) — Ju. Dick 18 0 36, Je. Dick 6 1 16, Lacy 3 0 6, Twilley 9 0 20, Gilpin 5 1 11, Morgenson 2 0 4. Totals: 43 2 93.

        Dayton BB ....... 9  13  10  11—43

        Cozaddale ....... 27  29  14  23—93

        Three-point field goals: D—Wallace, A. Betzner. C—Je. Dick 3, Twilley 2. Records: D 0-9, C 12-0.

        • Peebles 73, Paint Valley 50 — Seth Smalley scored 12 points and Ben Shoemaker added 11 as Peebles snapped a four-game losing streak.

        PAINT VALLEY (50) — S. Miller 2 2 6, Hunt 4 5 14, Elliott 3 2 8, Wisenberger 1 0 2, Day 0 2 2, Scott 1 0 2, Holbert 1 0 2, Younge 4 0 8, D. Miller 2 2 6. Totals: 18 13-20 50.

        PEEBLES (73) — Pertuset 2 2 6, Ad. Carroll 2 2 7, McCoy 3 2 8, Wilson 2 0 5, Cheesbro 3 3 9, Worley 4 0 8, Al. Carroll 2 0 4, Smalley 5 2 12, McKenzie 1 1 3, Shoemaker 5 1 11. Totals: 29 13-22 73.

        Paint Valley ....... 11  12   8  19—50

        Peebles ....... 22  14  21  16—73

        3-pointers: PV—Hunt. PE—Ad. Carroll, Wilson. Records: PE 4-13, PVV 4-12.

        • Oak Hills 63, Fairfield 54 — Ryan Dietrict and Ross Wiant each scoreed six points in the third quarter, as Oak Hills outscored Farifield 16-5.

        FAIRFIELD (54) — Willis 2 0 4, Carpenter 4 1 10, Tegge 5 1 12, Pogozalski 1 0 2, Slade 5 9 19, Ruhl 3 1 7. Totals: 20 12 54.

        OAK HILLS (63) — Miller 1 0 2, Lee 0 2 2, Price 1 0 2, Proctor 3 6 12, Richmond 1 0 2, Dietrich 7 8 22, Oliverio 1 0 2, Lipps 1 0 2, Wiant 7 3 17. Totals: 22 19 63.

        Fairfield ....... 9  21   5  19—54

        Oak Hills ....... 18  11  16  18—63

        3-pointers: F—Carpenter, Tegge. Records: F 3-14, O 8-9.

        • Cincinnati Christian 65, Cincinnati Royals 40 — Billy Wallace and Justin Westcott combined for 28 second-half points, as Cincinnati Christian outscored the Cincinnati Royals 42-21.

        CINCINNATI ROYALS (40) — G. Leatherberry 1 0 3, Stewart 1 0 2, B. Leatherberry 4 0 8, Jackson 10 3 23, Dykstra 1 0 2, Hill 0 2 2. Totals: 17 5 40.

        CINCINNATI CHRISTIAN (65) — Wallace 9 2 24, Westcott 8 2 20, Hester 1 0 2, Eernisse 1 0 2, Lowe 1 1 3, Byndon 4 4 12, McQuiddy 1 0 2. Totals: 25 9 65.

        Cincinnati Royals ....... 8  11   6  15—40

        Cincinnati Christian ....... 6  17  14  28—65

        Three-point field goals: CR—G. Leatherberry. CC—Wallace 4, Westcott 2. Records: CC 3-12.

        • New Richmond 57, St. Bernard 48 — Jamie Echerivel scored 12 points in the first quarter when the Lions took a 18-4 lead.

        NEW RICHMOND (57) — Jones 2 1 6, Echerivel 7 4 18, Godsey 3 3 11, Walriven 1 3 6, Bock 1 2 4, Burne 2 2 6, Berry 3 0 6. Totals: 19 15 57.

        ST. BERNARD (48) — Schmitt 5 0 12, Hazelbaker 7 6 21, Hendricks 0 1 1, Roy 4 1 10, Mattingly 1 0 2, Wong 1 0 2. Totals: 18 8 48.

        New Richmond ....... 18  16   5  18—57

        St. Bernard ....... 4   8  16  20—48

        Three-point field goals: N—Jones, Godsey 2, Walriven. S—Schmitt 2, Hazelbaker, Roy. Records: N 5-11, S 4-12.

        • Lebanon 76, Wyoming 66 — Tyler Alexander scored 16 points in the fourth quarter, including 10-of-12 free throws, for the Warriors.

        Van Richardson added 18 points for Lebanon while Adam Monday paced Wyoming with 28 points.

        LEBANON (76) — Johnson 2 0 6, Amburgy 3 0 6, Richardson 5 7 18, Langston 2 0 4, McCutchen 3 0 7, Alexander 10 11 31, Merchant 2 0 4. Totals: 27 18 76.

        WYOMING (66) — Monday 11 6 28, Lehman 4 1 10, Patch 3 0 7, Pridonoff 1 0 2, Tollett 4 0 8, Davis 3 0 9, Dantzler 1 0 2. Totals: 27 7 66.

        Lebanon ....... 23  18  15  20—76

        Wyoming ....... 18  14  23  11—66

        3-pointers: L—Johnson 2, Richardson, McCutchen. W—Lehman, Patch, Davis 3. Records: L 10-5, W 10-6.

        • Elder 79, Toledo Scott 62 — Scott Benken, Mike Mahon, and Joe Wainscott combined to score 17 points in the second quarter as Elder outscored Toledo Scott 23-13.

        SCOTT (62) — Killough 5 1 12, Springs 3 0 7, Pace 2 0 4, Gordon 3 0 8, Sanders 2 1 5, Ramey 5 2 12, Witcher 3 0 6, Corswell 2 0 6, Hayward 1 0 2. Totals: 26 4 62.

        ELDER (79) — Mullen 0 3 3, Kelsey 4 2 12, Benken 6 5 17, Shenke 0 2 2, Bazeley 1 0 2, Rowland 2 3 7, Renzenbrink 1 0 3, Wainscott 5 3 13, Mahon 6 0 18, Bengel 0 2 2. Totals: 25 20 79.

        Scott ....... 17  13  16  16—62

        Elder ....... 17  23  18  21—79

        3-pointers: S—Killough, Springs, Gordon 2, Corswell 2. E—Kelsey 2, Renzenbrink, Mahon 6 . Records: E 13-4.

        • Middletown Christian 53, Dayton Jefferson 45 — Jamee Shiflet scored 14 points, handed out four assists and made five steals to lead Middletown Christian.

        JEFFERSON (45) — West 3 0 6, Isreal 3 1 9, Rembert 2 1 7, Harrell 5 0 10, Moore 3 0 7, Miller 2 0 4, Dixon 0 1 1, Jordan 0 1 1. Totals: 18 4 45.

        MIDD. CHRISTIAN (53) — Shiflet 4 6 14, Breeding 3 2 8, Castle 5 0 13, Fox 3 2 8, Sturk 5 0 10. Totals: 20 10 53.

        Jefferson ....... 7  13  10  15—45

        Midd. Christian ....... 11  23   7  12—53

        3-pointers: DJ—Moore, Isreal 2, Rembert 2. MC—Castle 3.

        • Alter 60, Chaminade-Julienne 42 — Adam Waleskowski scored 22 points and had 15 rebounds for the Knights.

        ALTER (60) — Billings 1 0 2, Carter 1 0 2, Staub 2 2 7, Penno 2 0 4, Waleskowski 9 3 22, Franz 1 1 3, Jones 1 1 3, Borland 3 7 13, Matthews 1 0 2, Laumann 1 0 2. Total: 22 14 60.

        CHAMINADE (42) — Angel 7 6 22, Gray 3 0 7, Hickey 1 1 3, Johanigan 1 0 3, Sears 2 0 5, Krueger 2 0 5, Sicnolf 0 2 2. Totals: 14 9 42.

        Alter ....... 14  18  16  12—60

        Chaminade ....... 10   4   9  19—42

        3-pointers: A—Staub, Waleskowski. C—Angel 2, Gray, Johanigan, Krueger, Sears. Records: A 10-6 (GCL 6-5), C 1-15 (1-10).

        • Withrow 69, Columbus Brookhaven 48 — Will Jeffries led the Tigers with 12 points. Pierre Darden added 12 points, eight blocks and eight rebounds.

        BROOKHAVEN (48) — Stith 3 2 8, Owens 3 0 6, Lee 3 0 6, Lewis 1 0 2, Gamble 0 2 2, Edwards 5 1 12, Lavender 1 5 7, Moss 1 0 2, Johnson 1 1 3. Totals: 18 11 48.

        WITHROW (69) — Love 4 0 11, Pilgrim 0 1 1, Simpson 1 1 3, Orr 3 2 10, Johnson 1 2 4, Washington 3 2 8, Pearson 1 0 2, Lockhart 1 0 2, Jeffries 5 2 12, Roberts 1 0 3, Darden 4 4 12, Garth 0 1 1 Totals: 24 15 69.

        Brookhaven ....... 10  12  15  11—48

        Withrow ....... 16  12  12  29—69

        Three-point field goals: B—Edwards. W— Love 3, Orr 2, Roberts. Records: B 13-5, W 11-5.

        • Madisonville North Hopkins 71, Purcell Marian 63 — Senior forward Spencer Johnson scored 11 points during a 19-5 third quarter as North Hopkins handed Purcell only its second loss of the season, in the championship game of the Ryle Classic.

        North Hopkins is ranked No.5 in the Kentucky Associated Press top ten.

        Purcell cut the deficit to four points, but the Maroons sank 17 free-throws in the final period to seal the win.

        Jaime Cooper scored 18 points to lead the Cavaliers.

        PURCELL MARIAN (63) — Salamone 3 1 9, Fullman 2 0 4, J. Cooper 4 9 18, H. Cooper 4 2 12, Jackson 6 1 13, Swann 3 1 7. Totals: 22 14 63.

        NORTH HOPKINS (71) — Haney 6 4 16, Johnson 7 10 25, Phillips 5 2 12, Baumgardner 1 8 10, Hightower 1 2 4, Rahe 2 0 4. Totals: 26 4 71.

        Purcell ....... 18  11   5  29—63

        No. Hopkins ....... 17  16  19  19—71

        3-pointers: PM—Salamone 2, J. Cooper, H. Cooper 2. MNH—Johnson. Records: PM 14-2, MNH 18-5.

       



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