Wednesday, December 06, 2000

Cincinnati boys basketball games


Fairfield survives Ryle rally

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Brian Carpenter's layup with 1:46 remaining proved to be the winning points as the Fairfield Indians held on for a 58-56 victory over the Ryle Raiders at Ryle.

        The field goal by Carpenter put Fairfield into a 58-48 lead before a Ryle rally fell short.

        Fairfield's Kevin Ruhl led all scorers with 18 points. Nick Feagan led the Raiders with 17 points.

        FAIRFIELD (58) — Carpenter 5 1 12, Tegge 3 0 6, Frederick 3 0 6, Slade 1 3 5, Plummer 4 3 11, Ruhl 9 0 18. Totals: 25 7 58.

        RYLE (56) — Doellman 4 2 10, Crigler 3 3 9, Brown 3 0 7, Feagan 5 6 17, Noel 5 1 13. Totals: 20 12 56.

        Fairfield ....... 15  18  9  16—58

        Ryle ....... 12  8  13  23—56

        3-pointers: F — Carpenter. R — Noel 2, Brown, Feagan. Records: F 1-0, R 0-4.

        • Lakota West 81, West Carrollton 57 — David Hutzelman scored 16 points and Dale Smiley scored 12. The Firebirds took a 23-15 first-quarter lead, led by Chris Mays with seven points.

        LAKOTA WEST (81) — Smiley 4 2 12, McIntosh 2 0 4, Alles 1 1 3, Allshouse 0 2 2, P. Buhrlage 0 1 1, Gilday 2 0 4, Raulin 3 1 8, Mays 8 1 17, Hutzelman 8 0 16, K. Buhrlage 5 3 14. Totals: 33 11 81.

        WEST CARROLLTON (57) — Marcum 1 0 2, Williams 1 0 2, Wills 7 0 17, Ferriell 1 0 2, Gaddis 2 0 4, Austin 1 1 3, Jandes 1 0 2, Shane 3 0 6, Isaacs 1 0 2, Foster 4 0 9, Carpenter 4 0 8. Totals: 26 1 57.

        Lakota West ....... 23  19  26  13—81

        West Carrollton ....... 15  15  8  19—57

        3-pointers: LW - Smiley 2, Raulin, K. Buhrlage; WC - Wills 3, Foster. Records: LW 2-0, WC 1-1.

        • Western Brown 68, Goshen 64, at Western Brown — Dustin Hutson hit seven of 10 fourth-quarter free throws, and Richie Patton and Danny Williams each scored 19 points.

        Roger Drake hit five 3-pointers and scored a game-high 26 points.

        GOSHEN (64) — Drake 9 3 26, Berling 2 0 5, Bell 0 2 2, Blevins 6 5 17, Seivert 2 2 7, Gulley 2 0 4, Helton 0 3 3. Totals: 21 15 64.

        WESTERN BROWN (68) — Davis 2 1 6, Midlam 2 2 6, Hutson 0 9 9, Patton 9 0 19, Williams 8 3 19, Conrad 2 1 5, Melvin 2 0 4. Totals: 25 16 68.

        Goshen ....... 6  18  16  24—64

        Western Brown ....... 21  12  15  20—68

        3-pointers: G — Drake 5, Berling, Seivert. W — Davis, Patton. Records: G 1-1, W 2-1.

        • Summit Country Day 61, Lockland 51, at Lockland — Nick Dyer scored 15 of his game-high 27 points in the first half to lead the Silver Knights.

        Senior Allen Walker scored a career-high 18 points and had 13 rebounds for the Panthers.

        SUMMIT COUNTRY DAY (61) — Koepfer 2 0 5, Falconi 4 0 9, Sheldon 1 2 4, Hurt 2 0 4, Dyer 11 4 27, Deerdorff 2 0 5, Trautman 3 1 7. Totals: 25 7 61.

        LOCKLAND (51) — Cox 1 2 5, Pittman 1 0 3, Collins 0 3 3, Biesbrook 3 2 8, Farley 5 3 14, Walker 8 2 18. Totals: 18 12 51.

        Summit Country Day ....... 19  14  12  16—61

        Lockland ....... 10  15  15  11—51

        3-pointers: S — Deerdorff, Dyer, Falconi, Koepfer. L — Cox, Pittman, Farley. Records: S 1-0 (1-0 MVC), L 0-1 (0-1 MVC).

        • Cincinnati Country Day 58, Clinton Massie 45 — Austin Mitchell scored 11 points, grabbed 16 rebounds and blocked four shots.

        Matt Cohen also scored a game-high 18 points with six rebounds.

        CLINTON MASSIE (45) — Brady 1 4 6, Wilkie 1 1 3, Rudduck 1 0 2, Scherz 1 1 4, Wilkinson 5 2 16, Davis 2 0 4, Hackney 2 0 4, Gibson 2 2 6. Totals: 15 10 45.

        CCD (58) — Carraway 0 1 1, Ellison 3 0 6, Wright 1 0 3, Allen 5 0 10, Cohen 6 5 18, Mitchell 5 1 11, Seward 4 1 9. Totals: 24 8 58.

        Clinton Massie ....... 10   8  11  16—45

        CCD ....... 11  14  16  17—58

        3-pointers: CM—Scherz, Wilkinson 4. CCD—Wright, Cohen. Records: CM 2-1, C 1-0.

        • Clermont N.E. 40, Norwood 31 - Junior guard Ian Lafferty led CNE with 10 points.

        NORWOOD (31) — Cash 1 1 3, Stewart 1 0 2, Brinkman 1 2 5, Prues 2 0 4, Morganroth 2 4 8, McQueen 4 1 9. Totals: 11 8 31.

        CLERMONT NE (40) — Lafferty 2 6 10, Barringer 2 0 4, Peery 1 0 2, Shepherd 2 0 7, Thacker 1 2 4, Allen 2 0 4, Roberts 2 0 5, Holthaus 1 1 4. Totals: 14 9 40.

        Norwood ....... 8  12   5   6—31

        Clermont N.E. ....... 7   5  13  15—40

        3-pointers: N-Brinkman. C-Shepherd, Roberts, Holthaus. Records: N (0-1), C (3-0).

        • Franklin 60, Dayton Belmont 57 — Steve Burnett sank a field goal and two free throws during the final 30 seconds.

        Derek Alexander had 14 points and 16 rebounds for Franklin. Jason Butcher led all scorers with 20.

        BELMONT (57) — Smith 5 0 12, Cotton 6 0 12, Hathcock 9 0 18, Morton 4 1 9, Johnson 1 0 2, Huntley 1 0 2, Armstrong 1 0 2. Totals: 27 1 57 .

        FRANKLIN (60) — Alexander 7 0 14, Miller 2 0 5, Cox 3 7 14, Butcher 9 2 20, Burnett 1 1 3, Noble 2 0 4. Totals: 24 10 60.

        Belmont ....... 14   8  25  10—57

        Franklin ....... 10  20  15  15—60

        3-pointers: B—Smith 2. F—Miller, Cox. Records: F 2-0, B 0-3.

        • Seven Hills 59, Landmark Christian 35 — Senior David Sprafka scored 13 points in the first half and 15 overall.

        LANDMARK CH. (35) — Ellis 2 0 5, Purdy 1 0 3, Chamberlin 3 0 7, Golightly 2 1 5, Celenza 3 1 7, Shannon 3 0 6, Parham 1 0 2. Totals: 15 2 35.

        SEVEN HILLS (59) — Sprafka 6 2 15, Nichol 0 2 2, Burke 2 2 6, Lenobel 4 3 11, Sittenfeld 2 0 4, Turba 2 3 7, Derksen 3 4 10, Lin 1 0 2, Reed 1 0 2. Totals: 21 16 59.

        Landmark Ch. ....... 7  11   7  10—35

        Seven Hills ....... 13  16  14  16—59

        3-pointers: L—Ellis, Purdy, Chamberlain. S—Sprafka. Records: S 3-0, 1-0 MVC; L 0-1, 0-1 MVC.

        • CHCA 63, North College Hill 53, at CHCA — Senior center Jon Taylor scored six points in the fourth quarter and 13 in the game.

        NORTH COLLEGE HILL (53) — Smith 2 0 4, Fitzhugh 6 0 13, Benedict 3 2 8, Victorian 1 1 3, Turner 1 0 2, Allen 1 2 5, Moore 3 0 6, Turnage 0 2 2, Ivery 2 2 6, Jackson 2 0 4. Totals: 21 9 53.

        CHCA (63) — Morelock 3 2 8, Hitchcock 1 0 2, Hunter 4 2 9, Owens 2 2 7, Shaw 3 5 11, Lovellette 1 0 2, Trenz 2 5 9, Taylor 6 1 13. Totals: 22 17 63.

        North College Hill ....... 9  15  12  17—53

        CHCA ....... 11  12  17  23—63

        3-pointers: N — Fitzhugh, Allen. C — Hunter, Owens. Records: N 0-3 (0-1 MVC), C 2-0 (1-0 MVC).

        • Felicity 86, Turpin 68 — Senior Brad Hatfield scored 10 third-quarter points to spark a 26-12 run. Hatfield led Felicity with 28 points, including five 3-pointers and 14 rebounds. Brennan Easter added 21 for the Wildcats.

        TURPIN (68) — Brunetti 5 1 12, Hughes 2 0 5, Walters 11 1 25, Matteucci 2 0 4, Davies 0 2 2, Seibert 3 2 8, Maull 2 3 7, Rheude 2 0 4, Quinn 0 1 1. Totals: 27 10 68.

        FELICITY (86) — Taggert 0 1 1, Martin 3 0 6, Perkins 4 1 9, Hatfield 11 1 28, Moran 4 8 17, Easter 6 9 21, Collins 0 4 4. Totals: 28 24 86.

        Turpin ....... 18  15  12  23—68

        Felicity ....... 24  18  26  18—86

        3-pointers: T—Brunetti, Hughes, Walters 2. F—Hatfield 5, Moran. Records: T 0-1, F 1-1.

        • Edgewood 53, Preble Shawnee 45 — Scott Shepherd had 20 points and eight rebounds.

        EDGEWOOD (53) — Shepherd 7 2 20, Vennefron 6 1 13, Perry 2 0 5, Simpkins 4 0 11, Gibson 2 0 4. Totals: 21 3 53.

        PREBLE SHAWNEE (45) — Hawley 3 2 8, Hopkins 3 0 7, Isaacs 7 0 14, Howard 3 4 10, Back 2 0 6. Totals: 18 6 45.

        Edgewood ....... 10  15  16  12—53

        Preble Shawnee ....... 14  8  13  10—45

        3-pointers: E-Shepherd 4, Simpkins 3, Perry 1. P— Back 2, Hopkins 1. Records: E 1-0, P 1-1.

        • Mason 67, Kings 34 — Tyler Crain finished with a game-high 20 points and Jonathan Culp added 15 points.

        KINGS (34) — Lamb 1 2 5, Cossman 0 2 2, Gayhart 1 0 2, Davis 0 1 1, Stephenson 1 3 5, Padgett 2 0 5, Garvin 5 0 10, Walters 2 0 4. Totals: 12 8 34.

        MASON (67) — Combs 3 0 7, Peters 1 0 3, Faulkner 3 4 10, Hill 3 0 6, Decker 2 0 6, Crain 9 0 20, Culp 7 1 15. Totals: 28 5 67.

        Kings ....... 4  12   7  11—34

        Mason ....... 11  13  19  24—67

        3-pointers: K—Lamb, Padgett. M—Combs, Peters, Decker 2, Crain 2. Records: K 0-2, M 1-1.

        • Mount Healthy 77, Glen Este 55 — Senior Deon Short scored 17 of his 22 points in the first half and junior forward Mark Lofton scored 21 of his 23 points in the second half.

        Point guard B.J. Flowers added 14 points and keyed Mount Healthy's defense with his steals. Mike Reick had 13 points to lead Glen Este.

        GLEN ESTE (55) — Reick 3 4 13, Blair 3 4 11, Hurley 1 1 3, Clust 1 0 2, Bryant 3 2 8, Tieke 2 6 10, Deibel 2 3 7, Icnauelli 0 1 1. Totals: 15 21 55.

        MOUNT HEALTHY (77) — Flowers 6 1 14, Love 2 2 6, Lofton 8 6 23, Griffin 2 0 5, Perkins 1 1 3, Isom 1 0 2, Short 8 3 22, Armstrong 1 0 2. Totals: 29 13 77.

        Glen Este ....... 14  10  15  16—55

        Mount Healthy ....... 15  16  16  30—77

        3-pointers: GE - Reick 3, Blair; MH — Flowers, Lofton, Griffin, Short 3. Records: GE 0-1, MH 2-1.

        • New Richmond 94, Calvery Christian 75 - New Richmond junior guard Neil Howell was the leading scorer with 22 points.

        CALVERY CHRISTIAN (75) — Royce 2 0 4, Mollozzi 3 8 14, Zuerner 6 0 12, McKenzie 1 0 2, Vaughn 2 6 10, Iles 3 0 7, Lanham 2 2 7, Moran 0 3 3, Helton 4 8 16. Totals: 23 27 75.

        NEW RICHMOND (94) — Blakley 1 2 4, Howell 6 10 22, McMonigle 7 4 18, Jones 4 1 11, Godsey 5 2 13, Fender 4 1 11, Armbruster 4 1 9, Ware 1 0 2, Berry 2 0 4. Totals: 34 21 94.

        Calvery Christian ....... 19  14  12  30—75

        New Richmond ....... 28  18  23  25—94

        3-pointers: C-Iles, Lanham. N-Jones 2, Godsey, Fender 2. Records: C 1-2, N 1-0.

        • Williamsburg 59, Fayetteville 44 - Senior forward Chad Wood scored 24 points to pace the Wildcats past the Rockets.

        FAYETTEVILLE (44) — Carlier 2 1 5, Cook 3 2 9, Rosselot 1 0 2, Iles 4 3 11, Icard 3 1 9, White 3 0 8. Totals: 16 7 44.

        WILLIAMSBURG (59) — Acvedo 1 0 2, Wood 10 3 24, Carter 1 5 7, Bunch 2 4 8, Richardson 3 5 11, Sicurella 0 3 3, McKibben 2 0 4. Totals: 19 20 59.

        Fayetteville ....... 9  10  15  10—44

        Williamsburg ....... 15  16  13  21—59

        3-pointers: F-Cook, Icard 2, White 2. W-Wood. Records: F 0-3, W 1-1.

        • Wyoming 69, Batavia 63, at Batavia — Jose Rivera scored 11 of his 13 points in the fourth quarter.

        John Gale led Wyoming with 15 points. Batavia's Matt Wilson scored 21 to lead all scorers.

        WYOMING (69) — Rivera 5 3 13, Jacobs 2 0 5, Henthorn 1 0 2, Damion 4 0 8, Huening 0 4 4, Davis 3 0 6, Clark 5 2 12, Gale 6 0 15, Tollett 2 0 4. Totals: 28 9 69.

        BATAVIA (63) — Wilson 8 4 21, Hennessey 5 3 15, Clark 1 1 3, Faris 7 2 17, Dunn 0 2 2, Mallon 1 3 5. Totals: 22 15 63.

        Wyoming ....... 21  10  15  23—69

        Batavia ....... 17  15  17  14—63

        3-pointers: W — Gale 3, Jacobs. B — Hennessey 2, Wilson, Faris. Records: W 2-0, B 0-2.

        • New Miami 74, St. Bernard 65, at St. Bernard — Michael Hampton went 8-for-10 from the line in the fourth quarter to help New Miami hold off St. Bernard.

        St. Bernard's Tyrone Walker led all scorers with 21 points and Brian Hollmann added 18 for the Titans. Myron Shelley led New Miami with 17 points.

        NEW MIAMI(74) — Roberts 3 0 6, Campbell 1 0 2, Mullins 2 0 4, Hampton 1 9 11, Payne 2 0 4, Shelley 7 3 17, Moore 6 2 14, Bowman 2 3 7, Tusing 4 1 9. Totals: 28 18 74.

        ST. BERNARD (65) — Haller 2 0 6, Walker 7 4 21, Roy 1 2 4, Hollmann 7 4 18, Turner 0 1 1, McNay 3 2 9, Fuson 1 2 4, Frazier 1 0 2. Totals: 22 15 65.

        New Miami ....... 22  19  12  21—74

        St. Bernard ....... 16  9  15  25—65

        3-pointers: S — Walker 3, Haller 2, McNay. Records: N — 1-0 (1-0 in MVC), S 0-3 (0-1 MVC).

        • St. Henry 47, Hamilton Badin 40 - Senior forward Nick Love scored 17 points, including two crucial free throws late in the fourth quarter, to lead the Crusaders.

        Foul trouble plagued Badin throughout as several starters had to sit the bench.

        HAMILTON BADIN (40) — Mergy 4 2 10, Sutton 1 1 3, Brown 2 1 5, Nooman 1 0 2, Fiehrer 2 1 5, Shull 4 2 10, Brink 2 1 5. Totals: 16 8 40.

        ST. HENRY (47) — Franks 0 3 3, Fabiani 0 1 1, Vieth 5 1 11, Love 7 2 17, Eisenmenger 6 1 13, McClure 1 0 2. Totals: 19 8 47.

        Hamilton Badin ....... 10  8  12  10—40

        St. Henry ....... 16  8   6  17—47

        3-pointers: St. Love. Records: St. (2-1).

        • Whiteoak 75, North Adams 57 - Senior forward Ryan Barnett scored 25 points to lead all five starters in double figures for Whiteoak.

        Brock Pistole led North Adams with 22 points.

        NORTH ADAMS (57) — Copas 0 1 1, Gill 1 0 2, Tolle 1 2 4, Michael 3 1 7, Pence 3 0 7, Pistole 9 4 22, Fenton 3 0 8, Davis 3 0 6. Totals: 23 8 57.

        WHITEOAK (75) — Barnett 9 4 25, Hauke 6 1 15, Johnson 5 1 11, Michael 5 0 10, Stacy 3 4 10, Young 1 0 2, Kennedy 1 0 2. Totals: 30 10 75.

        North Adams ....... 11  12  15  19—57

        Whiteoak ....... 21  12  11  31—75

        3-pointers: NA - Pence, Fenton 2; W - Barnett 3, Hauke 2. Records: W 2-0, NA 0-1.

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