Sunday, December 10, 2000

N.Ky. girls basketball games


Boone County gets past Montgomery

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Ciara Henderson scored 14 of her game-high 17 points in the first half to help Boone County defeat Montgomery County 70-57 Saturday in the Lady Bulldog Jamboree at Holmes.

        Christian Stefanopoulos scored nine of her 16 in the first half, as well, to help Boone County stay undefeated. Stefanopoulos also had eight assists.

        Montgomery County hit nine 3-pointers in the game — four in the fourth quarter — in a desperate bid to get back in the game. Junior forwards Lisa Gessford and Missy Earley each scored 14 to lead Montgomery County.

        MONTGOMERY COUNTY (57) — Ratliff 2 0 5, Mullins 2 0 6, Jackson 2 2 7, Lawson 3 0 8, Gessford 4 3 14, Clayton 1 1 3, Earley 3 8 14. Totals: 17 15 57.

        BOONE COUNTY (70) — Boswell 1 0 2, Molleson 5 0 10, Isaac 4 0 8, Stefanopoulos 5 4 16, Newhouse 3 0 6, Grobmyer 2 2 6, Henderson 7 0 17, Madden 2 1 5. Totals: 29 7 70.

        Montgomery County ....... 11  16  10  20—57

        Boone County ....... 22  18  12  18—70

       

        3-pointers: M — Gessford 3, Mullins, Lawson 2, Jackson, Ratliff. B — Henderson 3, Stefanopoulos 2. Records: M 2-2, B 5-0.

        • Holmes 61, Estill County 59 — Erica Hallman hit a jumper with 1.5 seconds to play to give Holmes the victory.

        The game was tied with 15 seconds to play and Estill in possession. But Hallman made a steal, Holmes ran down the clock, and Hallman made the game-winner.

        Hall scored 17 of her game-high 32 points in the fourth quarter.

        ESTILL CO. — Puckett 9 5 27; Newton 5 0 12; Cole 3 0 6; Birchfield 2 0 4; Harper 4 2 10; Totals 23 7 69.

        HOLMES — Jackson 6 0 12; Brinkman 1 1 3; Wimzie 1 0 2; Hallman 12 5 32; Patterson 4 0 9; Miller 0 2 2; Herndon 0 1 1. Totals 24 9 61.

        Estill Co. ....... 11 10 20 18—59

        Holmes ....... 18 13 10 20—61

        Three-point goals: E Puckett 4, Newton 2. H Patterson 1, Hallman 3.

        • Frankfort Western Hills 68, Simon Kenton 32 — Raegan Sampson came off the bench to score eight of her game-high 13 points in the second quarter to help Western Hills take control.

        Sarah Jones and Elisa Klaine each scored 10 points to lead the Lady Pioneers.

        Frankfort Western Hills (68) — Bates 0 2 2, McCarthy 1 8 10, Goins 1 0 2, Keene 4 1 9, Sampson 5 0 13, Plant 4 2 10, Herron 5 1 11, Perry 4 0 9, Broughton 1 0 2. Totals: 25 14 68.

        SIMON KENTON (32) — Jones 5 0 10, Klaine 4 1 10, Kelsay 2 1 5, Stith 1 1 3, Sallee 2 0 4. Totals: 14 3 32.

        Frankfort Western Hills ....... 19  18  12  19—68

        Simon Kenton ....... 12  7  3  10—320

       

        3-pointers: W — Sampson 3, Perry. S — Klaine. Records: W 4-1, S 0-4.

        • Pendleton County 65, Berea 45 — Pendleton County used a full-court press to open a 43-22 halftime lead. Four players scored in double figures for Pendleton.

        BEREA (45) — Himes 2 4 8, Clark 1 1 3, Robinson 1 0 2, Ratcliff 9 5 23, Newman 2 0 5, Lewis 2 0 4. Totals: 18 10 45.

        PENDLETON (65) — Flaugager 6 0 13, Ison 4 1 12, Stegman 2 0 4, E. Espelage 4 2 10, Erika Espelage 2 0 4, Wood 2 0 4, Courtney 1 3 5, James 0 1 1, Kelsch 6 0 12. Totals: 27 7 65.

        Berea ....... 11  11  18  5—45

        Pendleton ....... 21  22  13  9—65

        3-pointers: B-Newman. P-Flaugher, Ison 3. Records: P 1-2, B 2-2

        • 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.

        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.

        • Holy Cross 58, Mercer County 50 — Junior guard Ashley Noll scored 16 points to lead Holy Cross.

        MERCER — Watts 2 4 8; Pike 1 1 3; Baxter 2 0 5; Pearson 1 0 2; Johnson 4 4 13; Webb 1 3 5; Barrington 6 2 14; Totals 17 14 50.

        HOLY CROSS — Engelmon 3 2 8; Noll 4 8 16; Lea 2 0 4; Mitts 2 1 5; Hall 6 0 12; Vogelpohl 5 0 10; Batsche 0 1 1; Ankenbaer 1 0 2; Totals 23 12 58.

        Mercer ....... 14 7 15 14—50

        Holy Cross ....... 14 14 15 14—58

        Three-point goals: M Baxter 1, Johnson 1; HC none. Records: M 2-2, HC 1-1.

        • Louisville Mercy 45, Highlands 34 — Tara Boothe scored 12 points, including her 1,000th career point.

        Stephanie Ripberger led the Bluebirds with 17 points.

        MERCY — Looney 1 2 3; Parish 3 0 7; Napier 5 1 11; Ulanowski 2 2 6; Vierling 4 1 9; Person 0 1 1; Berding 3 0 6; Totals 15 7 45.

        HIGHLANDS — Konen 1 0 2; Gibson 0 1 1; Winkler 1 0 2; Boothe 4 3 12; Ripberger 6 2 17; Totals 12 6 34.

        Mercy ....... 9 12 12 12—45

        Highlands ....... 12  2  7 13—34

        Three-point goals: Mercy Parish 1, Looney 1. High Boothe 1, Ripberger 3. Records: M 3-1, H 3-1.

       



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