Saturday, November 25, 2000

2. Harrison


FAVC Buckeye Division

        Outlook: Harrison is the team most likely to challenge Mason for the top spot not only in the FAVC Buckeye Division but also in the Division I poll.

        Under first-year coach Stuart Scrivner, Harrison will rely on four returning starters, including 6-foot-3 junior center April Lux (10.5 points, 9.0 rebounds), 5-foot-11 senior forward Tammi Toney (9.7 points) and guard Lindsay Grauvogel. Injuries may slow Harrison at the outset. Toney, Katie Nocks and Lisa Holderer are out for several weeks.

Player P Yr Ht
Erin Walton G 12 5-5
Cathy Santillo G 11 5-5
Susannah Brooks G 10 5-6
Lisa Holderer G 12 5-5
Katie Nocks G 11 5-4
Kristen Daily G 12 5-8
Brittney Walker F 11 5-7
Tammi Toney F 12 5-11
April Lux C 11 6-3
Teri Barnes C 11 5-8
Lindsay Grauvogel C 12 6-0
Liz Ransick C 12 5-10
Schedule
(Games begin at 7:30 unless noted)

Nov. 30 Glen Este
Dec. 2 Northwest (at 1:30 p.m.)
Dec. 7 at Amelia
Dec. 12 Lakota West
Dec. 14 at Turpin
Dec. 16 Anderson (at 2:30 p.m.)
Dec. 28 Taylor
Jan. 4 at Mason
Jan. 6 Winton Woods (at 2:30 p.m.)
Jan. 11 at Glen Este
Jan. 13 at Oak Hills
Jan. 18 at Northwest
Jan. 20 at Ursuline
Jan. 25 Amelia
Jan. 27 Turpin (at 2:30 p.m.)
Jan. 30 at Ross
Feb. 1 at Anderson
Feb. 3 Mason
Feb. 8 at Winton Woods
Feb. 10 at McAuley



Sports Stories
1. Mason
- 2. Harrison
3. Glen Este
4. Amelia
5. Northwest
6. Anderson
7. Winton Woods
8. Turpin