Wednesday, December 13, 2000

Cincinnati girls basketball games


McNicholas' Clark hands Mercy 1st loss

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        McNicholas, No. 1 in The Enquirer's small-school girls basketball poll, never led Mercy Tuesday night. Until the last 27 seconds.

        That's when Betsey Clark hit a 15-foot jumper to give the Rockets a 50-48 victory over Mercy, ranked No.2 in The Enquirer's Division I poll, at McNicholas.

        The Bobcats had two tries at tying the game, but couldn't get either shot to fall. McNick improved to 4-0; Mercy is 3-1.

        Ashley Clark led McNicholas with 16 points and eight rebounds.

        MERCY (48) — Mullin 2 0 6, Brunner2 0 5, Stern 1 0 2, Zerilla 2 0 4, Dehne 1 0 2, Heintz 5 1 12, Clavier 8 1 17. Totals: 21 2 48.

        MCNICHOLAS (50) — Hornschemeier 3 2 8, B. Clark 5 2 12, A. Clark 8 0 16, J. Breving 2 0 4, Oberschmidt 1 1 3, K. Breving 3 1 7. Totals: 22 6 50.

        Mercy ....... 19  8   9  12—48

        McNicholas ....... 14  5  15  16—50

        3-pointers: Me-Mullin 2, Brunner, Heintz. Records: Mc 4-0; Me 3-1.

        • Seton 58, Boone County 46 — The Saints, ranked ninth in The Enquirer's Division I poll, took out the Lady Rebels, the top team in the Northern Kentucky, behind 19 points from Julie Robbins.

        BOONE COUNTY (46) — Molleson 1 0 2, Isaac 4 2 10, Stefanopoulos 4 4 14, Grobmyer 1 0 2, Henderson 6 2 16, Milner 1 0 2. Totals: 17 8 46.

        SETON (58) — Day 1 0 3, Kelsey 2 0 6, Leonard 2 1 5, A. Meyer 5 4 14, E. Meyer 1 2 4, Robbins 6 6 19, Schiller 2 1 5, Welch 1 1 3. Totals: 20 14 58.

        Boone County ....... 8  12  13  13—46

        Seton ....... 16  6  12  24—58

        3-pointers: BC-Stefanopoulos 2, Henderson 2. Records: Kelsey 2, Day, Robbins. Records: BC 4-1, S 3-2.

        • Lakota West 40, Harrison 27 — Cara Wright scored 17 points, seven in the fourth quarter, to pace the Firebirds past the Wildcats.

        LAKOTA WEST (40) — Wright 8 1 17, Swift 5 0 11, Carlberg 3 1 7, Comisar 1 1 3, Montgomery 1 0 2. Totals: 18 3 40.

        HARRISON (27) — Lux 3 1 7, Walton 2 0 4, Toney 1 2 4, Bransick 1 1 3, Holderer 1 0 3, Santillo 1 0 2, Brooks 1 0 2, Grauvogel 1 0 2. Totals: 11 4 27.

        Lakota West ....... 14  5  7  14—40

        Harrison ....... 5  8  9   5—27

        3-pointers: L—Swift. H—Holderer. Records: H 3-2, L 4-1.

        • Summit Country Day 44, St. Bernard 17 — The Silver Knights held St. Bernard to four first-half points. Kendelle Lydon scored 22 points and Lauren Hoeck had 10.

        ST. BERNARD (17) — Ellis 1 0 2, Prather 0 2 2, Simas 1 2 4, Hendricks 3 2 9. Totals: 5 6 17.

        SUMMIT COUNTRY DAY (44) — Hoeck 5 0 10, Ulmer 3 2 8, Lydon 11 0 22, Bunch 1 0 2, Kies 1 0 2. Totals: 21 10 44.

        St. Bernard ....... 2   2  11   2—17

        Summit CD ....... 11   8  12  13—44

        3-pointers: SB—Hendricks. Records: SB 1-6, 1-4 SBC; SCD 3-3, 3-3 MVC.

        • Colerain 64, Princeton 59, at Colerain — Quanita Hailey scored her 1,000th career point and led four double-figure scorers for the Cardinals.

        Hailey scored 15 points and keyed a 20-15 fourth period run to lift Colerian. Katie Haggard added 12.

        PRINCETON (59) — Davis 6 3 18, McNamara 0 1 1, Whittfield 1 0 2, James 1 0 2, Bradshaw 11 3 27, Simons 2 0 4, Duncan 2 1 5. Totals: 25 8 59.

        COLERAIN (64) — Hailey 4 7 15, Croxton 2 3 7, Haggard 3 6 12, Wessel 4 0 11, Mahler 5 1 11, Bankston 3 0 6, Grace 1 0 2. Totals: 22 17 64.

        Princeton ....... 14  18  12  15—59

        Colerain ....... 13  19  12  20—64

       

3-pointers: P-Bradshaw 2; C-Wessel 3. Records: C 4-1, 4-0 GMC; P 3-3, 2-3.

        • Kings 61, Anderson 36, at Kings — Sarah Fox poured in 26 points to lead the Knights.

        Kings parlayed a 19-9 spurt in the second quarter into a 36-22 halftime lead and Anderson never recovered.

        ANDERSON (36) — Gearhart 2 0 4, Sherrick 2 0 5, Deeds 3 1 7, Gruber 4 0 8, Leavy 3 0 6, Coburn 2 2 6. Totals: 16 3 36.

        KINGS (61) — Heekin 3 2 11, Daugherty 1 0 2, Roudabush 3 0 6, S. Fox 9 7 26, McClung 4 2 10, L. Fox 1 3 5, Algie 0 1 1. Totals: 21 15 61.

        Anderson ....... 13   9   7   7-36

        Kings ....... 17  19  12  13—61

       

        3-pointers: A-Sherrick; K-Heekin 3, S. Fox. Records: K 4-1.

        Mariemont 49, Indian Hill 48, at Indian Hill — Liz Kauffmann hit two free throws with 0.4 seconds remaining to lift the Warriors.

        MARIEMONT (49) — Kauffmann 3 3 11, Potts 3 1 7, Pember 3 1 7, Borwn 3 1 7, Hook 1 0 2, Rogers 7 1 15. Totals: 20 7 49.

        INDIAN HILL (48) — Crook 1 0 2, Ellis 2 4 8, David 1 0 2, Schmidt 6 4 19, Tepe 3 6 12, Dunman 0 1 1, Forbes 1 0 2, Pederson 1 0 2. Totals: 15 15 48.

        Mariemont ....... 8   7  16  18—49

        Indian Hill ....... 15  14   6  1348

        3-pointers: M-Kauffmann 2; IH-Schmidt 3. Records: M 5-1, 3-1 CHL; IH 3-2, 2-2.

        • Madeira 48, Finneytown 23 — Lindsey Barnhart scored eight points in the third quarter as Madeira pulled away. Amanda Davis led all scorers with 16.

        FINNEYTOWN (23) — Neher 2 1 6, Zorber 2 1 5, Warner 0 3 3, Gardlik 0 1 1, Bond 2 4 8. Totals: 6 10 23.

        MADEIRA (48) — Schneider 0 2 2, Barnhill 1 0 2, Rupe 2 1 5, Sotelo 1 0 2, Groll 3 0 6, Davis 6 4 16, Gratsch 1 0 2, Barnhart 6 1 13. Totals: 20 8 48.

        Finneytown ....... 4  5   5  9—23

        Madeira ....... 11  9  21  7—48

        3-pointers: F—Neher. Records: F 1-5 (CHL 0-4), M 4-1 (3-1)

        • Oak Hills 45, Western Hills 25 — Oak Hills attacked with a balanced scoring drive all four quarter with each player contributing points. Senior forward Erin Rosenberger for the Owls the game with seven points and five rebounds.

        WESTERN HILLS (25) — Tolliver 1 0 3, Russia 1 0 2, Goodrich 1 0 2, Bullock 5 0 10, Edwards 3 2 8. Totals: 11 2 25.

        OAK HILLS (45) — Sauers 2 1 5, Martini 1 3 6, Gross 2 0 5, Cornelius 1 1 3, Rosenberger 3 1 7, Fehr 3 0 8, Laug 2 0 4, Holmes 1 5 7. Totals: 15 11 45.

        Western Hills ....... 4   4   5  12—25

        Oak Hills ....... 12  12  12   9—45

        3-pointers: W-Tolliver; O-Martini, Gross, Fehr. Records: W 2-3; O 4-1.

        • Notre Dame 49, Ur suline 47 - Tracey Baumann scored six of her 12 points in the fourth quarter.

        URSULINE (47) — Obert 2 6 10, Klein 2 0 4, Blackburn 1 0 2, Burke 2 0 4, Bauren 3 9 15, Polimani 3 0 6, Howell 1 1 4, Walker 1 0 2. Totals: 15 16 47.

        NOTRE DAME (49) — Hanser 5 2 12, Zemberodt 1 2 5, Leininger 1 1 3, Baker 1 0 2, Witte 1 0 2, Baumann 5 2 12, Fischesser 4 5 13. Totals: 19 10 49.

        Ursuline ....... 12  10  13  12—47

        Notre Dame ....... 9  17  15   8—49

        3-pointers: U-Howell; ND-Zembrodt. Records: ND 4-2.

       



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