Sunday, December 10, 2000

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Toledo's St. Ursula tops Cincinnati's

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Kate Lohner made two free throws with 2.7 seconds left to give Toledo St. Ursula a 45-44 victory over the St. Ursula Bulldogs Saturday at Schmidt Fieldhouse.

        Lohner ended with eight points, but Natalie Waldon was the high scorer with 10 points for Toledo.

        Kacee Grogan led the Bulldogs with 14 points.

        TOLEDO ST. URSULA (45) — Lohner 3 2 8, Bowles 1 0 2, Waldon 5 0 10, Romano 3 0 6, Carr 1 5 7, Burgin 3 1 7, Yeager 0 1 1, Banks 2 0 4. Totals 18 9 45.

        CINCINNATI ST. URSULA (44) — Schroeder 2 0 4, Naltner 5 2 13, Grogan 7 0 14, Ballinges 1 2 4, Malton 4 0 8, Connaughton 0 1 1. Totals 19 5 44.

        Toledo St. Ursula ....... 9  8  14  14—45

        Cincinnati St. Ursula ....... 13  6  12  13—44

        3-pointers: CSU — Naltner. Records: TSU 4-2, CSU 2-3.

        • Winton Woods 61, Finneytown 36 — Junior Laura Johnson scored a game-high 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Warriors to the non-league win.

        Johnson led three Winton Woods players into double figures. Chanel Fletcher scored 12 points and had seven steals, and Keisha Box added 11 for the Warriors.

        WINTON WOODS (61) — O'Neal 1 0 3, White 1 0 2, Fletcher 6 0 12, Johnson 6 3 15, Box 5 1 11, Burton 4 0 8, Gibbs 1 0 3, Tinsley 3 1 7. Totals: 27 5 61.

        FINNEYTOWN (36) — Neher 4 2 11, Lorber 3 2 8, Croley 0 2 2, Gardner 2 0 6, Warner 2 1 5, Bond 0 4 4. Totals: 11 11 36.

        Winton Woods ....... 15  18  13  15—61

        Finneytown ....... 11  10  9  6—36

       

        3-pointers: W—O'Neal, Gibbs. F — Gardner 2, Neher. Records: W 3-2, F 1-5.

        • Glen Este 59, Loveland 44 — The Trojans outshot the Tigers 7-0 from 3-point range.

        Sarah Dursch hit three 3-pointers, all in the first half, on her way to a game-high 20. Kristin Pennington added 17 for Glen Este.

        Nicole Wilson scored 14 of her team-high 18 points in the fourth quarter for Loveland.

        GLEN ESTE (59) — Kools 2 0 4, Dursch 6 5 20, Pennington 4 5 17, Riley 1 2 4, Thomas 4 5 13, Gee 1 0 3, Nickum 1 0 2. Totals: 20 17 59.

        LOVELAND (44) — Stier 1 0 2, Smith 1 0 2, Miller 5 4 14, Wilson 7 4 18, Brosemer 2 2 6, Bentz 0 2 2. Totals: 16 12 44.

        Glen Este ....... 14  15  14  20—59

        Loveland ....... 8  6  4  26—44

       

        3-pointers: G — Dursch, Pennington 3, Gee. Records: L 2-3 (2-1 FAVC Cardinal).

        • Madeira 38, Waynesville 18 — Amanda Davis scored 12 of her game-high 14 points in the first half, including 10 in the second quarter, in a matchup of two of last season's Division III regional semifinalists.

        MADEIRA (38) — Mackris 2 0 4, Rupe 1 0 2, Groll 4 0 8, Davis 7 0 14, Gratsch 1 0 2, Barnhart 4 0 8. Totals: 19 0 38.

        WAYNESVILLE (18) — Smith 2 0 6, Gilley 0 2 2, Measel 3 0 6, Currin 0 2 2, Goodyear 0 2 2. Totals: 5 6 18.

        Madeira ....... 14  16  4  4—38

        Waynesville ....... 5  7  0  6—18

       

        3-pointers: W — Smith 2. Records: M 3-1, W 2-3.

        • Deer Park 53, St. Bernard 18 — Senior guard Kristy Eigel scored 18 points, all on 3-pointers, to lead the Wildcats to their first victory of the season.

        Junior forward Kari Wilson added eight of her 12 in the first quarter as Deer Park took command. Wilson also had 10 steals and nine rebounds to just miss her first career triple-double.

        ST. BERNARD (18) — McParlin 1 0 2, Prather 3 0 6, Estep 2 0 4, Simos 1 1 3, Hendricks 0 3 3. Totals: 7 4 18.

        DEER PARK (53) — Miskimens 1 1 3, Eigel 6 0 18, Dennis 2 0 4, Houston 3 1 7, Wilson 6 0 12, Howard 4 0 9. Totals: 22 2 53.

        St. Bernard ....... 5  3  2  8—18

        Deer Park ....... 21  10  20  2—53

       

        3-pointers: D — Eigel 6, Howard. Records: D 1-3.

        • Hughes 46, Scott 39 — Sidney Johnson scored 11 of her game-high 15 points in the second half to help Hughes keep Scott at bay.

        Johnson added 10 rebounds as the Big Red remained undefeated.

        Leslie Burns also recorded a double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds for Hughes.

        HUGHES (46) — Joiner 0 1 1, F. Johnson 1 0 2, Davis 2 1 6, Everson 2 0 4, Burns 5 1 11, Steele 2 3 7, S. Johnson 6 3 15. Totals: 18 9 46.

        SCOTT (39) — Verville 2 1 5, Jackson 3 0 6, Matracia 1 0 2, Thomas 2 1 7, Hollaender 2 0 4, Brun 1 2 4, Pairan 4 3 11. Totals: 15 7 39.

        Hughes ....... 15  10  7  14—46

        Scott ....... 11  10  6  120—39

       

        3-pointers: H — Davis. S — Thomas 2. Records: H 5-0.

        • Princeton 63, Milford 62 — With a chance to tie the game, Milford missed one of two free throws with four seconds left. Milford recovered the ball off the rebound, but a last-second shot fell short.

        Brie Bradshaw paced Princeton with 22 points.

        MILFORD (62) — Jack 4 1 11, Moorman 2 0 5, Hrovat 7 1 15, Gaible 7 4 18, Richman 0 4 4, Kinder 1 3 5, Gardner 2 0 4. Totals: 23 13 62.

        PRINCETON (63) — Davis 3 2 9, McNamara 3 0 6, Skoog 2 1 7, Hervis 1 0 2, James 1 3 5, Bradshaw 10 1 22, Duncan 5 2 12. Totals: 24 9 63.

        Milford ....... 14  17  12  19—62

        Princeton ....... 23   5  16  19—63

        3-pointers: M-Jack 2, Moorman, P-Davis, Skoog 2, Bradshaw. Records: M 0-4 (0-3 GMC), P 3-2 (2-2 GMC).

        • Lakota East 50, Talawanda 39 — Lakota East's full-court press forced 30 Talawanda turnovers.

        The Thunderhawks pulled away in the second half behind Erin Lee's 12 points.

        Lee led all scorers with 16 points, and Angela Estes added 14.

        LAKOTA EAST (50) — Andrea 2 2 8, Wyckoff 0 1 1, Lee 5 6 16, Nolan 2 1 5, Webb 1 3 5, Estes 5 5 15. Totals: 15 18 50.

        TALAWANDA (39) — Miller 3 0 6, Bulach 2 0 5, Keehner 5 4 14, Jacquemin 2 0 5, Reimer 1 0 2, Bower 2 0 4, Stevens 1 1 3. Totals: 16 5 39.

        Lakota East ....... 6  14  16  14—50

        Talawanda ....... 5  16   9   9—39

        3-pointers: LE—Andrea 2. T—Bulach, Jacquemin. Records: T 2-4.

        • Landmark Christian 56, Summit 35 — Landmark never trailed after taking an 18-4 lead. Shannon Gresham led the way with eight of her 15 points in the first.

        SUMMIT (35) — Hoeck 7 0 14, Ulmer 1 0 2, Lydon 4 3 11, Bunch 1 2 4, Kief 1 0 2, Sticke 1 0 2. Totals: 15 5 35.

        LANDMARK (56) — Oliver 5 0 11, Bishop 1 0 2, Spears 3 0 7, Jaeger 1 2 4, A. Sebastian 4 4 13, Snell 1 0 2, An. Sebastian 1 0 2, Gresham 7 1 15. Totals: 23 7 56.

        Summit ....... 4  12   8  11—35

        Landmark ....... 18   8  13  18—56

        3-pointers: L—Oliver, Spears, Am. Sebastian. Records: L 5-1 (MVC 3-1).

        • Badin 40, Ursuline 39 — Senior guard Robin Parker hit a 6-foot jumper with 3.7 seconds remaining to lift Badin.

        BADIN (40) — Collins 0 2 2, Parker 4 1 9, Wallace 2 0 4, Shull 2 2 6, Morner 3 5 11, Overton 3 2 8. Totals: 14 12 40.

        URSULINE (39) — Obert 4 5 13, Klein 3 0 8, Blackburn 0 9 9, Davren 0 3 3, Howell 2 1 5, Walker 0 1 1. Totals: 19 13 39.

        Badin ....... 10   7  16   7—40

        Ursuline ....... 8  11  14  16—39

        3-pointers: U-Klein 2. Records: U 2-3 B 3-2.

        • Twin Valley South 53, Middletown Madison 30 — The Mohawks lost their fourth in a row, primarily due to hitting only four of 19 free throws.

        TWIN VALLEY SOUTH (53) — Somers 1 0 2, Webb 3 4 11, Day 0 1 1, McCoy 2 1 5, Sizemore 6 2 14, Davis 8 3 19, Meyer 0 1 1. Totals: 20 12 53.

        MIDDLETOWN MADISON (30) — Nance 1 0 2, Norvell 0 1 1, Delscamp 4 0 8, E. Kroger 1 0 2, H. Kroger 1 2 4, Young 3 1 8, Snowden 2 0 5. Totals: 12 4 30.

        Twin Valley South ....... 17  10  11  15—53

        Middletown Madison ....... 6  5  14  5—30

        3-pointers: T — Webb. M — Young, Snowden. Records: M 1-4.

        • SCPA 60, Williamsburg 48 — Kate Spickard paced SCPA with 17 points.

        SCPA (60) — Spickard 7 1 17; McCollum 2 2 7; Hill 5 0 10 ; Rintamaki 4 3 12; Partlow 1 1 3; Gordon 3 1 7; Totals 22 8 60.

        Williamsburg (48) — Ferguson 3 1 8; Beach 1 0 2; Turkelson 2 0 4; Schnedier 3 3 9; Smith 0 1 1; Scott 0 3 3; Dixon 0 1 1; Wright 1 2 4; Hayes 8 0 16; Totals 18 11 48.

        SCPA ....... 13 16 22 6—60

        Williamsburg ....... 10   7 18 13—48

        Three-point goals: SCPA Spickard 2, McCollum 1, Rintamaki 1. W Ferguson 1. Records: SCPA 2-2; W 1-4.

        • Springboro 72, Dayton Dunbar 68 — Junior forward Kelsey Sullivan scored nine of her game-high 23 points and senior point guard Jill Graham was 4-for-4 on free throws in the fourth quarter to help Springboro hold off Dayton Dunbar in a rematch of last season's Division II district championship game.

        Lindsay Wight scored 11 points and hauled in nine rebounds for the Panthers.

        Shermica Howard led Dayton Dunbar with 16 points.

        DAYTON DUNBAR (68) — Davis 2 1 5, Howard 6 4 16, Bagley 2 0 4, Brannon 4 0 12, Baldwin 4 1 9, Johnson 3 0 6, Benson 5 1 11, Blunt 2 0 5. Totals: 28 7 68.

        SPRINGBORO (72) — Graham 1 4 6, Teets 1 0 2, Hampton 2 0 5, Sullivan 9 3 23, Lacy 2 3 8, Wight 4 3 11, Ballard 4 1 9, Wright 4 0 8. Totals: 27 14 72.

        Dayton Dunbar ....... 16  10  17  25—68

        Springboro ....... 14  16  20  22—72

       

        3-pointers: D — Brannon 4, Blunt. S — Sullivan 2, Hampton, Lacy. Records: D 2-1, S 4-1.

       



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