Wednesday, February 09, 2000

Cincinnati boys basketball roundup




        Roger Bacon made 12 of 18 free throws in the fourth quarter, four by Andy Holt, in a 50-44 win over Badin.

        ROGER BACON (50) — Hausfeld 3 3 10, Bock 0 3 3, Holt 2 4 9, Land 2 3 7, Huerkamp 1 0 2, Meridy 6 4 16, McManus 1 1 3. Totals: 15 18 50.

        BADIN (44) — Cannon 3 3 9, Jolivette 1 0 2, Hinkel 2 1 5, Noonan 5 2 15, Fiehrer 1 0 2, Niehaus 4 1 9, Breetz 1 0 2. Totals: 17 7 44.

        Roger Bacon ....... 13   7  10  20—50

        Badin ....... 11   7  13  13—44

        3-pointers: R—Hausfeld, Holt. B—Noonan 3. Records: B 3-15 (0-12 GCLN).

        • Purcell Marian 65, Moeller 64 — Keith Jackson penetrated and passed to an open Hewitt Cooper for a layup with 30 seconds remaining to give Purcell Marian the lead for good.

        The victory was Purcell's first over Moeller since 1992. The Cavaliers clinched at least a share of the GCL South title, their first since 1995.

        MOELLER (64) — Tabler 3 2 8, Byrnes 1 1 3, Mahoney 1 1 3, Monserez 1 0 2, Sylvester 14 7 36, Rosfeld 6 0 12. Totals: 26 11 64.

        PURCELL MARIAN (65) — Salamone 3 0 8, Fullman 3 6 12, J. Cooper 4 9 18, Fulks 4 0 9, H. Cooper 3 2 8, Jackson 4 0 8, Swann 1 0 2. Totals: 21 17 65.

        Moeller ....... 24   4  18  18—64

       Purcell Marian ....... 4  19  24  18—65

        3-pointers: M—Sylvester. PM—Salamone 2, J. Cooper, Fulks. Records: M 8-9 (GCL 4-5), P 15-2 (10-1).

SBC
       

        • Williamsburg 56, New Richmond 54 — Williamsburg lost a 20-point halftime lead, but David Tudor made a layup at the buzzer to bail out the Wildcats.

        NEW RICHMOND (54) — Echerivel 6 2 14, Walriven 4 0 12, Bock 5 2 12, Burns 4 2 10, Berry 3 0 6. Totals: 22 6 54.

        WILLIAMSBURG (56) — Belew 4 0 8, Boland 5 1 11, Tudor 7 0 14, Bainum 0 1 1, Wood 3 0 7, Kreimer 7 1 15. Totals: 26 3 56.

        New Richmond ....... 12   5  19  18—54

        Williamsburg ....... 18  19   8  11—56

        3-pointers: NR—Walriven 4. W—Wood. Records: NR 4-14, W 11-7 (5-5 SBCN).

        • Batavia 53, Felicity 44 — Chad Kelley scored 15 points as Batavia recorded its second SBC victory of the season.

        FELICITY (44) — Day 1 0 2, Easter 6 1 14, Rudd 4 0 9, Hatfield 6 3 15, Davidson 2 0 4. Totals: 19 4 44.

        BATAVIA (53) — Kelley 7 0 15, Lowe 2 2 6, Wilson 1 0 2, Kent 2 0 4, Sunnenberg 1 0 2, Faris 3 0 7, Hennessey 2 1 5, Dunn 2 0 4, Grooms 4 0 8. Totals: 44 3 53.

        Felicity ....... 13   9  12  10—44 Batavia ....... 15  13  19   6—53

3-pointers: F—Easter, Rudd; B—Kelley, Faris. Records: F 6-10 (5-5 SBC-N), B 5-11 (2-8).

        • Bethel-Tate 66, Georgetown 58 — Center C.J. Miller scored nine of his 26 points in the fourth quarter, helping Bethel-Tate rally for a victory that put them in control of the Southern Buckeye Conference's National Division race.

        BETHEL-TATE (66) — Wallace 4 3 13, Hesketh 3 1 7, Stamper 3 3 9, Cunnington 1 0 2, Miller 10 4 26, Ladd 4 1 9. Totals: 25 12 66.

        GEORGETOWN (58) — Grant 3 2 8, Lahey 1 1 3, Mitchell 0 3 3, Waits 2 0 4, Foster 6 0 14, Boyd 4 4 13, Knott 4 5 13. Totals: 20 15 58.

        Bethel-Tate ....... 15   9  16  26—66 Georgetown ....... 15  15  12  16—58

3-pointers: BT—Wallace 2, Miller 2. G—Foster 2, Boyd. Records: BT 9-9 (7-3 SBC-N), G 11-7 (6-5).

        • Hillsboro 75, Western Brown 62 — Josh Keets and Bruce Miles each scored 12 points in the third quarter.

        WESTERN BROWN (62) — Phillips 7 2 16, Tackett 3 3 9, Brown 2 0 5, Patton 4 0 8, Warman 3 0 6, Howard 4 0 8, Fite 5 0 10. Totals: 28 5 62.

        HILLSBORO (75) — Marsh 5 0 10, Walker 2 0 4, Haithcock 2 0 4, Miles 7 5 21, Keets 10 3 23, Marischen 1 0 2, Jolitz 5 1 11. Totals: 32 9 75.

        Western Brown ....... 13  13  18  18—62

        Hillsboro ....... 18   8  26  23—75

        3-pointers: W—Brown. H—Miles 2. Records: H 12-5 (6-1 SBC).

FAVC-B
        • Mason 56, Glen Este 40 Mason senior center Adam Livingston was the top scorer with 17.

        GLEN ESTE (40) — Tieke 4 0 8, Rieck 5 0 11, Clyburn 1 0 2, Bryant 2 0 5, Zeigler 0 2 2, Tyminski 4 0 9, Blair 1 0 3. Totals: 17 2 40.

        MASON (56) — Livingston 7 0 17, Davis 4 2 10, Swanson 3 0 6, Hoffert 4 3 12, Schatzel 1 2 5, Ramsey 2 2 6. Totals: 21 9 56.

        Glen Este ....... 10   4  10  16—40

        Mason ....... 14  10  13  19—56

        3-pointers: G—Rieck, Bryant, Tyminski, Blair. M—Livingston 3, Hoffert, Schatzel. Records: G 4-13 (2-10 FAVC), M 9-8 (7-5 FAVC).

        • Anderson 59, Harrison 46 — Freshman Chris Norwell scored seven of his 11 points in the second quarter to help Anderson pull away.

        HARRISON (46) — Luckey 1 0 2, A. Myers 6 0 12, Perkins 2 0 6, Cornelius 1 0 3, Hinssen 1 0 3, P. Volkerding 2 0 5, M. Volkerding 7 0 15. Totals: 20 0 46.

        ANDERSON (59) — Collar 2 2 7, Riddell 6 4 19, Hart 0 4 4, Hirsh 1 0 2, Cory 5 2 12, Norwell 5 1 11, Kosky 2 0 4. Totals: 21 13 59.

        Harrison ....... 14   5   8  19—46 Anderson ....... 16  12  16  15—59

3-pointers: H—Perkins 2, Hinssen, Cornelius, P. Volkerding, M. Volkerding; A—Riddell 3, Collar. Records: A 9-8 (6-6 FAVC-B), 7-9 (6-5).

        • Winton Woods 73, Northwest 42 Winton Woods remained unbeaten as senior forward P.J. Mills scored 15 points.

        WINTON WOODS (73) — Overmann 1 0 2, Terrell 0 2 2, Fields 1 0 2, Akbar 1 2 4, Reese 1 0 2, Stamps 1 0 2, Smith 2 4 8, Louis 5 0 10, Hite 7 0 14, Bryant 6 0 12, Mills 7 1 15. Totals: 32 9 73.

        NORTHWEST (42) — Nelson 4 0 9, Wills 0 1 1, Kelly 1 2 4, Linville 9 1 19, Jester 3 2 8, Wallace 0 1 1. Totals: 17 7 42.

        Winton Woods ....... 20  20  19  14—73

        Northwest ....... 7  11  14  10—42

        3-pointers: N—Nelson. Records: W 17-0, N 9-9 (6-6 FAVC).

FAVC Cardinal
       

        • Goshen 53, Norwood 34 — Brian Ard scored 12 of his career-high 13 points in the second half to help Goshen pull away.

        GOSHEN (53) — Drake 4 4 12, Settelmayer 3 3 9, Long 1 0 2, Helton 2 0 5, Sheppard 3 0 6, Cristman 3 0 6, Ard 6 1 13. Totals: 22 8 53.

        NORWOOD (34) — Fike 3 0 6, Moore 1 0 3, McQueen 0 1 1, Morgenroth 5 0 12, Pickerell 2 0 5, Marksbury 2 0 4, Cash 1 0 3. Totals: 14 1 34.

        Goshen ....... 9  11  17  16—53

        Norwood ....... 3   8  15   8—34

        3-pointers: G—Helton. N—Morgenroth 2, Moore, Pickerell, Cash. Records: G 8-9 (3-9 FAVCC), N 1-15 (0-12).

        • Kings 60, Wilmington 57 — Ronnie Swearingin scored 20 points, and John Brose made a 10-foot jumper with 40 seconds left.

        KINGS (60) — Paddock 2 0 5, Husband 4 1 9, Brose 5 0 12, Garvin 1 0 2, Woods 2 4 10, Swearingin 8 4 20, Dranschak 1 0 2. Totals: 23 9 60.

        WILMINGTON (57) — Washington 3 3 10, Hinman 5 2 14, Thompson 7 0 14, Wilson 5 3 13, Bean 2 0 4, Halley 0 2 2. Totals: 22 10 57.

        Kings ....... 15  19  17   9—60

        Wilmington ....... 9  22  16  10—57

        3-pointers: K—Paddock, Brose 2, Woods 2. W—Washington, Hinman 2. Records: K 12-6 (9-3 FAVCC), W 10-7.

        • Lebanon 77, Ross 48 — Tyler Alexander scored 20 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead Lebanon.

        LEBANON (77) — Johnson 3 0 9, Ault 2 0 5, Amburgy 4 0 10, Richardson 6 3 17, Langston 2 0 4, McCutchan 2 0 6, Alexander 7 6 20, Merchant 3 0 6. Totals: 29 9 77.

        ROSS (48) — Engelkamp 3 1 7, Hutson 1 2 5, Ziepfel 1 0 3, Houpe 3 0 7, Sizemore 2 2 6, Wagner 6 0 14, Brown 1 0 2, McBreen 1 0 3. Totals: 18 5 48.

        Lebanon ....... 19  19  18  21—77 Ross ....... 10  18  10  10—48

3-pointers: L—Ault, Amburgy 2, Richardson 3, McCutchan 2; R—Hutson, Ziepfel, Houpe, Sizemore, Wagner 2, McBreen.

        • Loveland 66, Little Miami 42 — Brian Hadnot, usually a reserve, started for injured guard Kevin Schappell and scored a career-high 14 points.

        LITTLE MIAMI (42) — Cooper 1 8 10, Dane 2 0 5, LaFollette 2 0 4, Sellers 0 5 5, Dufour 5 2 14, Pritchard 1 0 2, Oakley 0 1 1, Yeary 0 1 1. Totals: 11 17 42.

        LOVELAND (66) — Manville 0 2 2, Douglas 1 0 2, Hadnot 5 0 14, Kowatch 2 4 8, Partin 1 2 5, Muhammad 2 3 7, Lewis 1 0 3, Nagel 4 4 12, Nye 2 0 4, Wilkinson 1 0 2, Conn 3 1 7. Totals: 22 16 66.

        Little Miami ....... 12   8  14   8—42

        Loveland ....... 16  16  19  15—66

        3-pointers: LM—Dane, Dufour 2. LOVE—Hadnot 4, Partin, Lewis. Records: LM 7-9, LOVE 16-2 (11-1 FAVCC).

MML
       

        • Talawanda 60, Fenwick 48 — After Fenwick closed to within four with 2:40 to go, Talawanda's Ryan Holmes reeled off five straight points to put the game away.

        FENWICK (48) — Martin 4 1 9, Kreke 3 2 10, Wolf 1 0 3, McCormick 2 0 5, Mulligan 4 0 11, Burns 4 1 10. Totals: 18 4 48.

        TALAWANDA (60) — McDade 4 2 11, Hamidullah 3 4 10, Jones 3 0 7, Arlinghaus 3 0 7, Holmes 5 10 20, Bennett 1 1 3, Princell 1 0 2. Totals: 20 17 60.

        Fenwick ....... 8   8  12  20—48

        Talawanda ....... 14  10  18  18—60

        Three-point goals: F-Kreke 2, Wolf 1, McCormick 1, Mulligan 3, Burns 1, T-McDade 1, Jones 1, Arlinghaus 1. Records: F 11-6 (8-3 MML South, T 13-4 (8-3).

        • Franklin 77, Edgewood 68 — Franklin sank seven of eight from the foul line in the fourth quarter, including 4-of-4 by Josh Taylor, to seal the win.

        FRANKLIN (77) — Lamb 6 0 12, Taylor 7 6 21, Cox 2 5 9, Butcher 9 1 19, Henderson 4 2 12, Kraus 1 2 4. Totals: 29 16 77.

        EDGEWOOD (68) — Gibson 7 0 16, Simpkins 4 3 11, Umbstead 2 7 13, Wirtley 4 1 9, Philpot 7 0 15, Perry 1 0 2, Weber 1 0 2. Totals: 26 11 68.

        Franklin ....... 18  17  20  22—77

        Edgewood ....... 15  12  20  21—68

        3-pointers: F—Taylor, Henderson 2. E—Gibson 2, Umbstead 2, Philpot. Records: F 12-5 (7-4 MMLS), E 4-13 (1-10).

MVC
       

        • Seven Hills 63, North College Hill 37 — Erik Crew, Matt Drane and Grayson Sugarman combined for 24 points in the first half as Seven Hills jumped out to a 35-17 halftime lead.

        NORTH COLLEGE HILL (37) — Victorian 4 0 9, Sonnenberg 3 0 6, Turner 3 0 6, Moore 1 0 2, Allen 3 2 10, Jackson 2 0 4. Totals: 16 2 37.

        SEVEN HILLS (63) — Balskus 2 0 5, Drane 6 1 13, Burke 0 2 2, Sugarman 3 3 9, Diagne 4 4 12, Crew 5 0 11, Ellison 1 3 5, Lin 1 0 2, Derkson 1 0 2, Rohde 1 0 2. Totals: 25 11 63.

        North College Hill ....... 7  10   6  14—37

        Seven Hills ....... 20  15  13  15—63

        3-pointers: N—Victorian, Allen 2. SH—Crew, Balskus. Records: N 6-11 (5-9 MVC), SH 15-2 (12-1 MVC).

        • CHCA 82, New Miami 55 — Eric Trebes scored 25 of his game-high 34 points in the first half for the Eagles.

        CHCA (82) — Morelock 3 4 10, Bartlett 0 1 1, Welage 4 0 11, Betscher 0 2 2, Hitchcock 1 0 2, Price 1 2 4, LoVellette 1 0 2, Shaw 4 4 12, Trebes 13 8 34, Trenz 1 0 2, Shomaker 1 0 2. Totals: 29 21 82.

        NEW MIAMI (55) — Roberts 1 4 6, Hampton 2 1 6, Payne 2 0 4, Price 5 1 11, Moore 0 2 2, M. Baker 3 0 9, Butler 1 2 4, Tusing 1 4 6, Singleton 1 0 2, A. Baker 2 0 5. Totals: 18 14 55.

        CHCA ....... 19  19  28  16—82

        New Miami ....... 12  12  16  14—55

        3-pointers: C—Welage 3. N—M. Baker 3, Hampton, A. Baker. Records: N 3-15 (MVC 2-12).

        • Lockland 76, Landmark Christian 59 — All Lockland starters reached double figures, with Dan Noelcke leading the way with 15 points.

        LANDMARK CHRISTIAN (59) — Ellis 2 3 9, Chamberlin 1 0 2, Turney 3 0 6, Sasser 8 0 16, Byrd 5 1 13, Fryer 4 0 8, Batte 1 0 2, Lowery 1 0 3. Totals: 25 4 59.

        LOCKLAND (76) — Munlin 3 4 13, Noelcke 6 0 15, Cromer 2 0 4, Wynn 5 3 13, Daniels 4 0 10, Walker 2 0 4, Welshans 7 0 14, Boyd 1 1 3. Totals: 30 8 76.

        Landmark Christian ....... 15  18  16  20—59

        Lockland ....... 20  10  22  24—76

        3-pointers: LAND—Ellis 2, Byrd 2, Lowery 1. LOCK—Munlin 3, Noelcke 3, Daniels 2. Records: LAND 2-14 (1-12 MVC), LOCK 10-7 (9-6).

SHL
       

        • North Adams 79, Western Pike 64 — Derrick Pence scored 11 of his 14 points in the third quarter for North Adams.

       

        NORTH ADAMS (79) — Brown 7 3 22, Pence 5 4 14, Pistole 4 8 16, Burns 9 4 22, Fenton 1 0 2, Baitinger 0 1 1. Totals: 27 20 79.

        WESTERN PIKE (64) — Bowles 3 0 7, Walls 11 0 29, Fields 1 0 2, Hughes 3 2 8, Williams 2 0 4, Farmer 4 6 14. Totals: 24 8 64.

        North Adams ....... 19  19  25  16—79

        Western Pike ....... 20  13  13  18—64

        3-pointers: N—Brown 5. W—Bowles, Walls 7. Records: N 6-11 (SHL 4-8).

GMC
        • Princeton 65, Sycamore 49 — Eric Daniels scored 20 points as the Vikings led from start to finish.

        SYCAMORE (49) — Henderson 3 2 8, Hohlbein 9 2 28, Walters 2 0 5, Smith 3 2 8. Totals: 17 6 49.

        PRINCETON (65) — Cross 2 3 9, Kaluma 1 0 2, Jones 1 1 3, Sykes 3 0 7, Daniels 8 4 20, McGrath 1 0 2, Rinck 1 0 2, Brown 4 0 8, Mullins 4 2 10, Southall 1 0 2. Totals: 26 10 65.

        Sycamore ....... 11  2  10  26—49

        Princeton ....... 14  7  19  25—65

        3-pointers: S—Shane Hohlbein 8, Walters. P— Cross 2, Sykes. Records: P 14-3 (12-1 GMC).

Others
        • St. Bernard 51, Summit Country Day 47 With seven seconds left and the score at 49-47, Summit's junior forward Topher Sheldon 3-point attempt fell off. St. Bernard's senior guard Ryan Schmitt was fouled and made both freethrows to clench the victory for St. Bernard.

        Country Day's senior guard Ben Roy led all scorers with 15 points.

        ST. BERNARD (51) — Hazelbaker 2 0 4, Schmitt 3 6 12, Hollmann 4 0 9, Roy 1 2 4, Mattingly 7 0 14, Wong 3 0 6, Culberson 1 0 2. Totals: 21 8 51.

        SUMMIT COUNTRY DAY (47) — Hein 2 0 4, Roy 5 2 15, Pembaur 4 2 10, Fry 5 0 10, Schwietering 0 1 1, Trautmann 1 0 2, Sheldon 1 0 3, Roth 1 0 2. Totals: 19 5 47.

        St. Bernard ....... 12  11  10  18—51

        Summit CD ....... 8   9  11  19—47

        3-pointers: StB—Hollmann. SCD—Roy 3, Sheldon. Records: B 5-12 (4-9 MVC), SCD 8-8 (8-5).

        • Withrow 78, Withrow Alumni 76 — Pierre Darden scored 10 points in the fourth quarter.

        ALUMNI (76) — Gentry 10 3 27, Taylor 5 1 12, Gamble 5 0 10, Harden 5 2 13, Booker 0 2 2, Ladson 6 0 12. Totals: 31 8 76.

        WITHROW (78) — Love 8 0 17, Simpson 2 1 5, Orr 2 0 4, Johnson 2 0 6, Lockhart 4 0 8, Crawford 2 0 4, Jeffries 5 0 10, Darden 8 2 18, Garth 1 4 6. Totals: 34 7 78.

        Alumni ....... 19  16  19  22—76

        Withrow ....... 12  24  21  21—78

        3-pointers: W—Love, Johnson 2. A—Gentry 4, Taylor, Hardin. Records: W 12-5.

       



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