Wednesday, February 09, 2000

N.Ky. boys basketball roundup


Conner wins on late free throw

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Conner senior forward Jason Edwards hit a free throw with six seconds left to lift Conner to a 63-62 win over Simon Kenton Tuesday night.

        Jeremey Stephenson led Conner in scoring with 14 points.

        Simon Kenton junior guard Jordan Stowers led all scorers with 17 points.

        CONNER (63) — Deck 2 2 6, Hudgens 6 0 12, M. Johnson 4 2 12, Stephenson 4 5 14, T. Johnson 3 0 6, Michels 1 0 2, Edwards 3 5 11. Totals: 23 15 63.

        SIMON KENTON (62) — Stowers 6 5 17, Coppage 4 5 16, Smoeck 1 0 3, Hurt 0 1 1, K. Cristello 5 0 10, Ballinger 2 0 5, Piper 2 0 4, Brock 1 4 6. Totals: 21 15 62.

        Conner ....... 8  19  17  19—63

        Simon Kenton ....... 14  13  18  17—62

        3-pointers: C—M.Johnson 2. SK—Coppage 3, Smoeck, Ballinger. Records: C (8-9), SK (7-4).

        • Heritage Academy 77, Villa Hills 47 — Senior forward Bert Capel tossed in 20 points, and Caleb Griggs added a season-high 16 points and six rebounds.

        Heritage recorded 24 assists, led by Zak Ashley's six.

        John Kenkel led Villa Hills with 10 points.

        HERITAGE ACADEMY (77) — Rhyne 3 1 7, Dempsey 0 1 1, Offutt 1 0 2, Piper 2 2 6, Capel 9 0 20, Payne 5 4 14, Griggs 6 4 16, Kelly 2 1 6, O'Toole 0 3 3, Highfield 1 0 2. Totals: 29 16 77.

        VILLA HILLS (47) — R.Kenkel 1 0 3, J.Kenkel 4 2 10, Breetz 3 0 6, Clark 3 0 8, Ryan 0 1 1, Ruth 0 1 1, Crisler 3 1 8, Fitzpatrick 2 0 4, Anadio 2 2 6. Totals: 18 7 47.

        Heritage Academy ....... 18  21  24  11—77 Villa Hills ....... 9   6  17  15—47

        3-pointers: HA—Capel 2, Kelly. VH—R.Kenkel, Clark 2, Crisler. Records: HA 13-10, VH 1-20.

        • Beechwood 77, Bellevue 66 — John Downs scored eight of his 12 points in the fourth quarter to hold off Bellevue.

        John Kerns scored 19 points to lead the Tigers while Paul Eaglin paced Bellevue with 19 points.

        BEECHWOOD (77) — Spence 3 1 9, Kerns 6 2 19, Droege 2 0 4, Wera 1 0 2, Hart 4 3 11, Morris 1 0 2, Downs 6 0 12, Swift 2 0 4, Mercer 5 4 14. Totals: 30 10 77.

        BELLEVUE (66) — Clemons 1 2 4, Harris 6 0 16, Cain 1 0 2, Gullett 6 0 14, Eaglin 4 7 19, Pramp 4 0 9, Wood 1 0 2. Totals: 23 9 66.

        Beechwood ....... 19  18  18  22—77

        Bellevue ....... 15  17  18  16—66

        3-pointers: BEC—Spence 2, Kerns 5. BEL— Harris 4, Eaglin 4, Gullett 2, Grant. Records: BEC 8-10, BEL 8-12.

        • Silver Grove 71, Ludlow 59 — Chad McCarter led all scorers with 23 points and shot 14-of-15 from the line.

        Andy Reed had 15 points for Ludlow.

        SILVER GROVE (71) — J.Richmond 3 2 11, W.Richmond 4 0 12, Horstman 3 2 10, C.McCarter 4 14 23, B.McCarter 3 1 7, Kopp 2 0 4, Stewart 2 0 4. Totals: 21 19 71.

        LUDLOW (59) — Henry 1 0 3, Redding 5 2 14, Beard 5 2 14, Reed 6 3 15, Martin 3 2 9, Warner 2 0 4. Totals: 22 9 59.

        Silver Grove ....... 9  16  21  25—71

        Ludlow ....... 17  12  12  18—59

        3-pointers: S—J.Richmond 3, W.Richmond 4, Horstman 2, C. McCarter 1. L—Henry 1, Redding 2, Beard 2, Martin 1. Records: S 15-5, L 12-8.

        • St. Henry 77, Walton-Verona 68 — Nick Love led all scorers with 24 points and had eight rebounds.

        Jeff Eisenmenger had a double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds.

        WALTON-VERONA (68) — Albers 1 0 2, Maddox 2 1 6, Huellemeier 7 7 23, Dunhoft 1 0 2, Stefenson 5 4 14, Buckler 6 1 14, Wigger 2 1 5. Totals: 24 14 68.

        ST. HENRY (77) — Radcliff 2 2 7, Fabiani 4 3 12, Cook 1 1 3, Koop 4 1 11, Love 7 7 24, Eisenmenger 7 4 18, McClure 1 0 2. Totals: 26 18 77.

        Walton Verona ....... 17  17  14  20—68

        St. Henry ....... 16  24  24  13—77

        3-pointers: W—Maddox 1, Huellemeier 2, Stefenson 2, Buckler 1. S—Radcliff 1, Fabiani 1, Koop 2, Love 3. Records: S 6-10.

        • Bishop Brossart 76, Mason County 64 — Justin Seiter scored 15 points in the second and third quarters, rallying the Mustangs past the Royals.

        Leading 11-10 after the first eight minutes, Scott Ruth scored six points and Justin Seiter added four, enabling Brossart to take a 28-20 halftime advantage.

        Seiter stepped up with 11 points in the third when the Mustangs broke the game open. Mason County was led by Seth Faulkner's 18 points.

        MASON COUNTY (64) — Commodore 1 0 2, Myrick 1 0 2, Faulkner 6 6 21, Lewis 5 2 12, Bolden 2 0 4, Thomas 1 0 2, D. Chambers 1 0 2, Ross 2 1 7, J. Chambers 4 0 8. Totals: 25 9 64.

        BISHOP BROSSART (76) — Ziegler 3 0 9, Lloyd 2 2 6, Ruth 6 2 14, Ryan 2 0 5, Clark 5 2 12, Luschek 0 2 2, Enzweiler 1 0 2, Bertke 1 0 2, Seiter 11 1 24. Totals: 31 9 76.

        Mason County ....... 10  10  16  28—64

        Bishop Brossart ....... 11  17  24  24—76

        3-pointers: M—Faulkner 3, Ross 2. B—Ziegler 3, Ryan, Seiter. Records: B 12-7, MC 9-9.

        • Dayton 93, Covington Latin 55 — The Greendevils responded to a halftime talk from coach Stan Steidel and broke open the game in the third with 37 points.

        COVINGTON LATIN (55) — O'Connell 3 0 8, Archuhual 0 2 2, Stephens 3 0 8, Osterhage 1 0 2, Reis 3 2 9, Soderland 2 0 5, Daoud 5 4 14, Varland 3 1 7. Totals: 20 9 55.

        DAYTON (93) — Gross 2 3 7, Feltner 1 0 3, Reckers 8 0 16, Gilbert 4 1 9, Stockton 1 0 2, Rogg 1 0 2, Marimon 1 2 4, Dustin Brummett 5 4 14, Darrell Brummett 6 8 20, Reynolds 2 0 4, Abbatiello 1 0 2, Wiseman 5 0 10. Totals: 37 18 93.

        Cov. Latin ....... 14  10  16  15—55

        Dayton ....... 6  24  37  26—93

        3-pointers: C—O'Connell 2, Stephens 2, Reis, Soderland. D—FEltner. Records: CL 5-10, D 4-15.

        • Newport 56, Boone County 50 — Senior forward Matt Muench scored 11 of his 17 points in the fourth quarter.

        Thomas Petty added 15.

        NEWPORT (56) — Petty 6 3 15, Newton 3 1 8, Whatley 3 2 8, Smithson 1 0 3, Bivens 1 1 3, Ruebusch 1 0 2, Muench 7 3 17. Totals: 22 10 56.

        BOONE COUNTY (50) — Tombragel 2 4 8, Kellerman 3 0 7, Rollins 1 0 2, Seever 5 0 14, McFarland 1 2 4, Haake 1 0 2, Noble 2 0 5, Faehr 2 2 6, Brown 1 0 2. Totals: 18 8 50.

        Newport ....... 12  11  13  20—56

        Boone County ....... 12  11  14  13—50

        3-pointers: N—Newton, Smithson. BC—Seever 4, Kellerman, Noble. Records: N 8-12, B 3-17.

        • Highlands 56, Ryle 43 — John Messmer scored 21 points as Highlands avenged Saturday's loss to the Raiders in the Ryle Classic.

        Matt Muehlenkamp added 11 points and 10 rebounds for the BlueBirds.

        Mike Setters led Ryle with 15 points.

        RYLE (43) — Setters 5 4 15, Steiner 3 2 8, Feagan 1 0 2, Hamilton 3 0 7, Noel 1 2 4, Crigler 3 0 7. Totals: 16 8 43.

        HIGHLANDS (56) — Barone 1 0 3, Messmer 7 6 21, Muehlenkamp 4 3 11, Guidugli 3 4 11, Forbes 2 1 6, Moeves 2 0 4. Totals: 19 14 56.

        Ryle ....... 11   8  11  16—43

        Highlands ....... 11  15  15  15—56

        3-pointers: R—Setters, Hamilton, Crigler. H— Barone, Messmer, Guidugli, Forbes. Records: H 14-5, R 9-13.

        • Newport Central Catholic 67, Lloyd 46 — NCC sank 11 of 22 3-pointers en route to its 12th consecutive victory.

        Ronny Dawn, Tony Bacigalupo and Seth Lynn made three 3-pointers each for the Thoroughbreds. Dawn led all scorers with 22 points.

        LLOYD (46) — Jamison 6 0 13, Quinn 1 0 2, Hollenkamp 3 1 7, Mi. Hopkins 4 0 8, My. Hopkins 1 0 3, Wilson 6 1 13. Totals: 21 2 46.

        NEWPORT CC (67) — Bonhaus 3 0 8, Bacigalupo 4 0 11, Dawn 8 3 22, Myers 8 0 16, Lynn 3 1 10. Totals: 26 4 67.

        Lloyd ....... 16  10  11   9—46

        Newport CC ....... 22  16   8  21—67

        3-pointers: L—Jamison, My.Hopkins. NCC— Bonhaus 2, Bacigalupo 3, Dawn 3, Lynn 3. Records: NCC 21-5, L 12-8.

        • Scott 62, Dixie Heights 55 — Junior Chris Thompson (13-of-14) and Bryan Stevenson (10-of-10) combined to make 23 of 24 free throws in the fourth quarter to lead Scott.

        Thompson scored 12 in the first quarter to lead the Eagles to a 14-7 lead. Thompson finished with a game-high 31 points, half of Scott's points. Stevenson added 15.

        SCOTT (62) — Morris 3 0 6, Stevenson 1 12 15, Richardson 0 1 1, Thompson 7 15 31, Lye 1 1 3, Kuehne 3 0 6. Totals: 15 29 62.

        DIXIE HEIGHTS (55) — Lonergan 1 0 2, Howard 3 4 11, Jones 1 0 2, Garrard 3 0 7, Kampe 5 1 12, J. Bramlage 3 1 8, S. Bramlage 5 2 12, Schneider 0 1 1. Totals: 21 9 55.

        Scott ....... 14  10  10  28—62

        Dixie ....... 7   9  10  29—55

        3-pointers: S—Stevenson, Thompson 2. D— Howard, Garrard, Kampe, J. Bramlage. Records: S 14-8, D 15-6.

        • Williamstown 62, Henry County 59 — With 30 seconds left Henry County cut the lead to a point. Freshman Chris Collins scored on a break-away to seal the victory for Williamstown. Junior guard Ryan Hayes scored a career-high 29 points. He had three steals, three assists and seven rebounds. Senior Justin Schmitz added 14 points, eight rebounds and three assists.

        WILLIAMSTOWN (62) — Hays 11 5 29, Eldridge 4 1 9, Collins 1 1 3, Schmitz 7 0 14, Beach 2 2 7. Totals: 25 9 62.

        HENRY COUNTY (59) — Tingle 5 2 14, DeWitt 1 0 2, Louden 2 1 5, Brent 6 7 21, England 4 0 10, Banta 1 1 3, Wilhoit 1 2 4. Totals: 20 13 59.

        Williamstown ....... 13  18  18  13—62

        Henry County ....... 8  16  16  19—59

        3-pointers: Williamstown 3 (Hays 2, Beach); Henry County 6 (Tingle 2, Brent 2, England 2). Records: Williamstown (8-11).

Girls
        • Cozaddale Baptist 33, Calvary Christian 24 Cozaddale's Angie Dickhaus was the game's high scorer with 15.

        Calvary senior guard Sarah Dalton led her team with 13 points.

        CALVARY CHRISTIAN (24) — Ballman 2 1 5, Dalton 4 5 13, Waddell 3 0 6. Totals: 9 6 24.

        COZADDALE BAPTIST (33) — Stevens 3 0 6, Hottle 4 0 8, Dickhaus 7 1 15, Morgansen 2 0 4. Totals: 16 1 33. Calvary Christian ....... 5  2  8   9—24 Cozaddale Baptist ....... 6  6  9  12—33

        Records: CB (7-5).

       



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