Wednesday, December 06, 2000

N.Ky. boys basketball games




        • Holy Cross 54, Bishop Brossart 48 — The Indians converted 9-of-12 free throws in the fourth quarter, four each by Mike Egan and Joe Frommeyer, to hold off a late Mustangs rally.

        After falling behind 26-16 at halftime, Brossart rallied behind Nick Ziegler's six points and five by Brandon Seiter, to cut the deficit to 37-34.

        HOLY CROSS (54) — Carr 0 1 1, Arlinghaus 1 2 4, Millay 5 0 10, Egan 3 4 11, Bornhorn 1 0 2, Frommeyer 2 0 4, Beiting 4 4 12. Totals: 19 19 54.

        BROSSART (48) — Ziegler 4 5 14, Eten 2 0 4, Ryan 4 1 11, Luschek 3 0 6, Rhoden 2 0 5, Seiter 3 2 8. Totals: 18 8 48.

        Holy Cross ....... 14  12  11  17—54

        Brossart ....... 10   6  18  14—48

        3-pointers: H—Egan. B—Ziegler, Ryan 2, Rhoden. Records: H 1-1, B 2-2.

        • Augusta 69, Bellevue 62 — Todd Kelsch hit five 3-pointers, including two in the decisive second quarter, to lead Augusta.

        Mike Gullett led Bellevue in its season opener with 22 points and six rebounds.

        AUGUSTA (69) — Kelsch 7 2 21, M. Kirk 2 2 7, B. Kirk 3 6 14, Habermehl 1 0 2, Brooks 3 0 6, Hinson 3 2 8, Appleman 5 1 11. Totals: 24 13 69.

        BELLEVUE (62) — Rechtin 4 0 8, Bowman 2 0 4, Cain 5 0 13, Gullett 8 1 22, McIntyre 6 3 15. Totals: 25 4 62.

        Augusta ....... 13  23  16  17—69

        Bellevue ....... 14  14  12  19—62

        3-pointers: A-Kelsch 5, M. Kirk 1, B. Kirk. B-Cain 3, Gullett 5. Records: A 3-0, B 0-1.

        • Campbell County 64, Pendleton County 48 — Chris Clines scored seven points in the fourth quarter, rallying the Camels.

        After taking a one-point lead in the first quarter, the Camels took control in the second behind Kevin Reinhart and Jordan Futscher.

        Lonnie Miller was Pendleton County's leading scorer with 15 points.

        PENDLETON COUNTY (48) — Gosney 2 0 5, Schoborg 2 2 7, Riley 3 0 7, Cox 3 0 6, Miller 6 3 15, Gillespie 3 1 8. Totals: 19 6 48.

        CAMPBELL COUNTY (64) — Miller 1 0 2, Herald 1 2 5, Barnes 1 0 2, Clines 5 0 11, Futscher 6 0 12, Krifp 3 1 9, Clark 1 0 3, Bell 0 2 2, Reinhardt 6 6 18. Totals: 24 11 64.

        Pendleton County ....... 14  12  16   6—48

        Campbell County ....... 13  19  17  15—64

        3-pointers: P-Gosney, Schoborg, Riley, Gillespie, C- Herald, Clines, Clark, Krifp 2. Records: P 0-4, C 1-0.

        • Conner 59, Boone County 57 — Conner guard Marcus Johnson converted 7-of-8 free throws in the fourth quarter, rallying the Cougars to the come-from-behind victory.

        Boone County led 48-41 heading into the fourth period and led 57-56 with less than a minute left to play.

        But Johnson hit a pair of foul shots with 45 seconds left to put Conner up by one. After Boone County missed on a pair of shots, Johnson hit on one of two foul shots to increase the lead to 59-57.

        Boone County had a final possession, but a 3-point attempt key with four seconds remaining was off target.

        Robby Kellerman led Boone County with 18 points. Terry Johnson added 10 points for Conner, which had balanced scoring.

        CONNER (59) — Brown 2 1 5, Hudgens 3 1 7, M. Johnson 3 7 14, Stephenson 2 3 8, Curry 1 0 2, T. Johnson 2 6 10, Ballou 3 0 6, Dauwe 1 2 4, Lafollette 1 1 3. Totals: 18 21 59.

        BOONE CO. (57) — Kellerman 8 1 18, Noble 3 0 6, Wilkin 2 0 4, Montgomery 7 1 15, Moore 1 0 2, Brown 5 1 12. Totals: 26 3 57.

        Conner ....... 17  14  10  18—59

        Boone Co. ....... 16  19  13  9—57

        3-pointers: C - M. Johnson, Stephenson; BC - Kellerman, Brown. Records: C 3-0, BC 1-3.

        • Dixie Heights 67, Grant County 55 — The Colonels led from start to finish and pulled away with a 20-12 run in the fourth quarter.

        Sophomore Russ Bramlage led the way with 19 points and 15 rebounds.

        GRANT COUNTY (55) — Riley 3 7 13, Shafer 4 3 13, Maddox 3 2 10, Jones 5 0 13, Schlueter 1 2 4, Combs 1 0 2. Totals: 17 14 55.

        DIXIE HEIGHTS (67) — O'Toole 2 0 4, Lonergan 2 5 10, Burkart 1 2 4, Jones 4 2 12, R. Bramlage 8 3 19, Armstrong 2 0 4, J. Bramlage 5 1 12, Taylor 1 0 2. Totals: 25 13 67.

        Grant County ....... 8  12  23  12—55

        Dixie Heights ....... 14  14  19  20—67

        3-pointers: G-Shafer 2, Maddox 2, Jones 3. D—Lonergan, Jones 2, J. Bramlage. Records: D 2-0, G 1-2.

        • Lexington Lafayette 65, Holmes 53 — Lafayette's defense produced a 7-0 third-quarter run that gave the Generals a 44-37 lead over the visiting Bulldogs.

        Senior John Kornegay, in his first year at Holmes, led the Bulldogs with 11 points.

        HOLMES (53) — Hill 3 0 8, Smith 2 1 5, Englemon 3 2 9, White 1 0 2, Walker 1 1 3, Rice 3 0 8, Gentry 0 2 2, Jackson 2 1 5, Kornegay 5 1 11. Totals: 20 8 53.

        LEXINGTON LAFAYETTE (65) — Riley 6 7 19, Madison 4 6 14, Cotton 6 1 13, Gentry 1 3 5, Hall 1 2 4, Hazard 2 0 4, Grantlin 1 2 4, Smith 1 0 2. Totals: 22 21 65.

        Holmes ....... 14  9  14  16—53

        Lafayette ....... 12  14  20  19—65

        3-pointers: H — Hill, Rice 2, Englemon. Records: H 0-2, L 1-1.

        Lloyd 55, Ludlow 44 — Mike Quinn scored 10 of his game-high 17 in the first quarter to lead Lloyd to a 30-13 halftime advantage.

        LUDLOW (44) — Wheatley 3 0 6, Hammons 1 0 3, Henry 4 1 12, Beard 2 0 5, Plybon 1 2 4, Martin 2 4 10, Hildebrant 2 0 4. Totals: 15 7 44.

        LLOYD (55) — Quinn 6 2 17, Hollenkamp 2 0 5, Corbin 1 0 2, Fox 1 0 2, Mullins 1 0 3, Sullivan 1 2 4, Holbrook 1 0 2, Mi. Hopkins 3 4 10, My. Hopkins 4 1 10. Totals: 20 9 55.

        Ludlow ....... 10   3  11  20—44

        Lloyd ....... 19  11  17   8—55

        3-pointers: Lu-Hammons 1, Henry 3, Beard 1, Martin 2; Ll-Quinn 3, Hollenkamp 1, Mullins 1, My. Hopkins 1. Records: Lu 1-2, Ll 2-0.

        • 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, forcing several starters to 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).

        • Fairfield 58, Ryle 56 — Brian Carpenter's layup with 1:46 remaining proved to be the winning points.

        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.

        • Heritage Academy 51, Louisville Highview Baptist 30, at Heritage Academy — Senior Marcus Rhyne scored 15 of his career-high 26 points in the second half as Heritage Academy overcame a one-point halftime deficit.

        Rhyne was the game's leading scorer. Sophomore Travis Iverson grabbed eight rebounds.

        Mike Christian, an exchange student from New Zealand, led Highview Baptist with 11 points.

        HIGHVIEW BAPTIST (30) — Osburn 0 2 2, Stewart 3 0 8, Foster 1 1 4, Neal 1 0 2, Christian 4 3 11, Givens 1 1 3. Totals: 10 7 30.

        HERITAGE ACADEMY (51) — Rhyne 10 5 26, Dempsey 1 0 2, O'Toole 5 3 13, Highfield 2 0 4, Iverson 1 0 2, Cole 1 2 4. Totals: 20 10 51.

        Highview Baptist ....... 7  10  2  11—30

        Heritage Academy ....... 12  6  9  24—510

        3-pointers: HB — Stewart 2, Foster. HA — Rhyne. Records: HB 1-2, HA 1-1.

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

        CALVARY 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.

        Calvary 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.

       



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