Friday, December 15, 2000

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Badin wins 12th straight over No. 1 McNicholas

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Badin's dominance over McNicholas in girls basketball continued Thursday night in Hamilton.

        A 13-3 run late in the third quarter helped the Rams upset the top-ranked Rockets 60-49 in a Girls Greater Cincinnati League Gray Division game.

        Badin coach Dan Purcell improved to 12-0 against McNicholas. The Rockets last beat Badin in the 1994-95 season.

        Angela Vilkoski scored nine points in the third quarter.

        The Rams sealed the victory from the free throw line, sinking six of eight shots in the fourth quarter.

        McNICHOLAS (49) — Hornschemeier 2 0 5, B. Clark 6 1 14, K. Breving 1 1 3, Oberschmidt 2 5 9, A. Clark 5 4 14, J. Breving 0 2 2, Sheehy 1 0 2. Totals: 17 13 49.

        BADIN (60) — Vilkoski 1 8 10, Brennan 3 0 9, Overton 6 0 12, Shull 5 0 10, Morner 1 0 2, Beckett 0 2 2, Parker 4 5 13, Collins 1 0 2. Totals: 21 15 60.

        McNicholas ....... 8  14  16  11—49

        Badin ....... 4  21  17  18—60

        3-pointers: M—Hornschemeier, B. Clark. B— Brennan 3. Records: M 4-1 (GGCL 0-1), B 4-2 (1-1).

        • Mercy 49, St. Ursula 41, at Xavier's Schmidt Fieldhouse — Erin Mullen scored six points in the last four minutes when the Bobcats pulled away for the victory.

        Mercy led by eight points at the half, but St. Ursula's Monica Naltner scored six points in the third quarter, helping to cut the lead to four by the end of the period.

        The Bobcats' strong inside game, led by forward Siobhan Zenilla (17 points) and center Melissa Clavier (11 points), was the difference.

        MERCY (49) — Mullen 2 4 8, Brunner 2 0 5, Zenilla 7 3 17, Rutherford 1 0 2, Heintz 2 1 6, Clavier 4 3 11. Totals: 16 11 49.

        ST. URSULA (41) — Mahon 4 3 12, Grogan 5 3 13, Connaughton 2 0 4, Naltner 5 1 12. Totals: 16 7 41.

        Mercy ....... 13  16   6  14—49

        St. Ursula ....... 13   8  10  10—41

        3-pointers: M-Brunner 1, Heintz 1; Mahon 1, Naltner 1. Records: M 6-1 (2-0 GGCL), S 3-4 (1-2).

        • Seton 62, Mount Notre Dame 60 — Sophomore center Amy Schiller's 12-foot jumper gave the Saints a 61-60 lead with seven seconds to go, and senior forward Ashley Meyer's steal and free throw three seconds later clinched Seton's third consecutive win.

        Junior guard Julie Robbins led Seton with 19 points.

        Freshman guard Mel Thomas scored a game-high 25 points for Mount Notre Dame.

        SETON (62) — Day 2 0 4, Hyde 1 0 2, Kelsey 3 5 11, Leonard 3 0 6, A. Meyer 4 1 9, E. Meyer 1 0 2, Robbins 7 4 19, Schiller 3 0 6, Welch 1 0 3. Totals: 25 10 62.

        MOUNT NOTRE DAME (60) — Rohlfs 2 2 6, Holthaus 0 2 2, Engel 0 1 1, Nahrup 2 2 6, Thomas 9 4 25, Cook 3 0 6, Barber 1 0 2, Braun 4 4 12. Totals: 21 15 60.

        Seton ....... 12  16  15  19—62

        Mount Notre Dame ....... 13  16  13  18—60

        3-pointers: S-Robbins, Welch; MND-Thomas 3. Records: S 4-2 (2-0 GGCL), MND 2-4 (0-2).

        • Mariemont 47, Wyoming 44 (OT) — The Warriors erased a 10-point halftime deficit and rallied behind sophomore guard Liz Kauffmann's 14 second-half points to give the Cowboys their first loss of the season.

        Junior guard Marla Anderson led Wyoming with 19 points.

        WYOMING (44) — Anderson 8 0 19, Verhaeghe 1 0 2, McCarthy 3 2 8, McGee 6 0 13, Loper 1 0 2. Totals: 19 2 44.

        MARIEMONT (47) — Kauffmann 7 6 22, Perry 4 2 10, Potts 2 0 4, Pember 2 1 5, Rogers 2 2 6. Totals: 17 11 47.

        Wyoming ....... 11  13  13  5  2-44

        Mariemont ....... 10   4  17  11  5—47

        3-pointers: W-Anderson 3, McGee; M-Kauffmann 2. Records: W 4-1 (4-1 CHL), M 6-1 (4-1).

        • Mason 79, Amelia 30 — Senior center Michelle Munoz scored 35 points, and Jere Issenmann added 24 for the Comets.

        AMELIA (30) — Shields 3 0 7, Votapek 0 3 3, Brown 0 2 2, Gillespie 2 0 4, Guinan 2 0 5, Emmert 2 0 4, Cammeresi 1 2 5. Totals: 10 7 30.

        MASON (79) — McKinney 3 0 6, Hampshire 1 0 2, Minnich 2 0 4, Shull 1 0 2, Issenmann 8 4 24, Munoz 14 7 35, Piontek 1 0 2, Callicut 1 0 2, Lower 0 2 2. Totals: 31 13 79.

        Amelia ....... 7  11   5   7—30

        Mason ....... 23  19  22  15—79

        3-pointers: A-Shields 1, Guinan 1, Cammeresi; M-Issenmann 4. Records: A 2-5 (0-4 FAVC), M 4-0 (4-0).

        • North College Hill 38, Summit Country Day 17 — The Trojans used a pressing defense and Amber Flynn's 10 points in the third quarter to break open the game.

        Flynn finished with 15 points, 16 rebounds and six steals for the Trojans, and teammate LaTosha Johnson had eight steals.

        SUMMIT COUNTRY DAY (17) — Hoeck 3 0 6, Conners 2 0 4, Ulmer 1 0 2, Lydon 1 0 2, Bunch 0 1 1, Kief 1 0 2. Totals: 8 1 17.

        NORTH COLLEGE HILL (38) — L. Johnson 3 0 6, Lovette 1 0 2, S. Johnson 2 0 4, Watson 0 2 2, Flynn 7 1 15, Miller 4 1 9. Totals: 17 4 38.

        Summit Country Day ....... 4  8   2  3—17

        North College Hill ....... 7  7  16  8—38

        3-pointers: none. Records: N 3-1, 3-1 MVC.

        • Goshen 47, Lebanon 38 — The teams were tied at 34 after three quarters, but Gloria Polly and Amanda Bitzer each scored six points in the fourth, during which the Goshen outscored Lebanon 13-4 on the way to the vic tory.

        GOSHEN (47) — Rise 1 0 2, Marsh 3 2 8, Polly 6 4 16, Bitzer 4 0 8, Scott 5 3 13. Totals: 19 9 47.

        LEBANON (38) — Ball 2 0 4, Siehl 3 0 6, Shaw 4 4 12, LeVan 4 4 12, Jones 2 0 4. Totals: 15 8 38.

        Goshen ....... 12  11  11  13—47

        Lebanon ....... 6  14  14   4—38

        3-pointers: none. Records: L 2-5, 0-4 FAVC; G 5-1, 2-1 FAVC.

        • Madeira 61, Deer Park 25 — Career-high scoring by Lindsey Barnhart (14 points), Katie Gratsch (13) and Nikki Barnhill (11) paced the Amazons.

        DEER PARK (25) — Nally 0 2 2, Jen. Houston 0 6 6, Howard 1 0 2, Jessica Houston 2 1 5, Miskimens 2 0 4, Jess Houston 2 2 6. Totals: 7 11 25.

        MADEIRA (61) — Barnhill 5 1 11, Sotelo 3 0 6, Groll 2 1 5, Davis 4 2 10, Gratsch 6 1 13, Tuke 1 0 2, Barnhart 7 0 14. Totals: 28 5 61.

        Deer Park ....... 2   2  12   9—25

        Madeira ....... 12  19  14  16—61

        3-pointers: none. Records: M 5-1 (4-1 CHL), D 1-5 (0-5).

        • Fairfield 59, Hamilton 36 — Wanisha Smith led the Indians to a Greater Miami Conference victory with 21 points.

        Fairfield was never challenged after taking a 14-4 first-quarter lead.

        HAMILTON (36) — Delong 5 2 14, Marshall 1 1 3, Booker 2 2 6, Fox 2 1 5, Brown 1 0 2, Vance 2 2 6. Totals: 13 8 36.

        FAIRFIELD (59) — Buczek 1 3 5, Swink 2 1 5, Adkins 2 0 4, Smith 6 9 21, Davenport 2 4 8, Carty 4 0 10, Hauck 3 0 6. Totals: 20 17 59.

        Hamilton ....... 4  11   7  14—36

        Fairfield ....... 14  11  17  17—59

        3-pointers: H—Delong 2. F—Carty 2.

        • Mount Healthy 47, Woodward 32 — April Simmons scored 20 points and Lakisha Brewer added 16 to lead the Owls to their fifth straight victory.

        WOODWARD (32) — Lillard 1 1 3, Fields 2 0 5, Billingsley 3 0 6, Biggers 1 0 2, Johnson 4 0 8, Jones 4 0 8. Totals: 15 2 32.

        MT HEALTHY (47) — Brewer 7 2 16, Johnson 4 0 8, Simmons 6 6 20, Thomas 1 1 3. Totals: 18 9 47.

        Woodward ....... 4  17   9   2—32

        Mt. Healthy ....... 9  15  10  13—47

        3-pointers: W—Fields. MH—Simmons 2. Records: MH 5-0.

        • Georgetown 47, Bethel-Tate 37 — The G-Men took a 19-4 lead after one quarter and were never challenged.

        Sophomore forward Katie Chadwell led Georgetown with 10 points.

        Senior Kelley Burton scored 12 points for Bethel-Tate.

        GEORGETOWN (47) — Cahall 3 2 9, helbling 1 0 2, Miller 1 0 2, Workman 3 1 7, Brown 3 3 9, A. Chadwell 3 2 8, K. Chadwell 5 0 10. Totals: 19 8 47.

        BETHEL-TATE (37) — Shouse 1 2 4, Beck 2 0 4, Burton 3 6 12, harp 01 1 , Collins 2 2 7, Stockton 1 0 2, Wilson 1 1 3, Howe 2 0 4. Totals: 12 12 37.

        Georgetown ....... 19   6  10  12—47

        Bethel-Tate ....... 4  10  15   8—37

        3-pointers: G-Cahall; BT-Collins. Records: G 6-1 (4-1 SBC).

        • Ursuline 51, McAuley 37 — Senior guard Annie Burke scored nine second-half points, rallying the Lions. Ursuline went to a spread offense in the second half to open the flood.

        Burke finished with 13 points to lead all scorers, and Erin Davren added 12 points.

        URSULINE (51) — Klein 2 1 5, Blackburn 5 0 10, Burke 3 6 13, Davren 4 4 12, Polimeni 2 0 4, Walker 2 3 7. Totals: 18 14 51.

        McAULEY (37) — Rack 1 0 2, Sunderman 1 0 2, Reilman 4 0 8, Hoffman 4 0 10, Lichtenfeld 2 3 7, Kampschmidt 1 1 3, Rust 2 1 5. Totals: 15 5 37.

        Ursuline ....... 6  13  15  17—51

        McAuley ....... 4  11  12  10—37

        3-pointers: U—Burke. M—Hoffman 2. Records: U 3-3 (GGCL 1-1), M 3-2 (0-2).

        • Waynesville 57, Clinton Massie 40 — Juniors Sarah Gilley and Kristen Smith combined for 30 points to hold off Clinton-Massie.

        WAYNESVILLE (57) — Morley 1 1 4, Parsons 0 1 1, Smith 4 5 15, Gilley 5 5 15, Measel 3 2 9, Currin 1 4 6, Goodyear 3 1 7. Totals: 17 19 57.

        CLINTON MASSIE (40) — Brigano 1 0 3, El Ferrau 3 0 7, Wilkinson 2 4 8, D. Ferrau 0 1 1, Wood 5 3 13, Fisher 1 2 4, Sudman 1 2 4. Totals: 13 12 40.

        Waynesville ....... 11  11  21  14—57

        Clinton Massie ....... 6  10  18   6—40

        3-pointers: W-Morley, Smith 2, Measel; C-Brigano, L. Ferrau. Records: W 3-3 (3-0 CTC), C 2-4 (1-2 CTC).

        • Winton Woods 61, Glen Este 48 — Keisha Box had a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds, and Ashley Burton scored 13 points for the Warriors.

        Glen Este's Samantha Riley led all scorers with 26 points, a career high.

        WINTON WOODS (61) — O'Neal 1 0 2, White 1 0 2, Fletcher 2 6 10, Johnson 3 0 6, Box 4 5 13, Burton 5 2 13, Tinsley 4 0 8, Jackson 1 1 3, Davis 2 0 4. Totals: 23 14 61.

        GLEN ESTE (48) — Dorsch 3 6 12, Thomas 1 2 4, Pennington 0 2 2, Riley 10 2 26, Gee 1 0 2, Appleton 1 0 2. Totals: 16 12 48.

        Winton Woods ....... 18  11  14  18—61

        Glen Este ....... 18   8  12  10—48

        3-pointers: W-Burton 1; Riley 4. Records: W 4-2 (3-1 FAVC), G 3-3.

        • Indian Hill 60, Reading 41 — Sophomore Kari Tepe scored 19 first-half points and finished with 28 to lead Indian Hill, which outscored Reading 22-8 in the second quarter.

        INDIAN HILL (60) — Crook 2 0 4, Ellis 3 1 7, Schmidt 3 0 6, Tepe 9 9 28, Reising 1 0 2, Slattery 2 0 4, Schreiner 0 1 1, Forbes 2 2 6, Pederson 0 2 2. Totals: 22 15 60.

        READING (41) — Mickie Murphy 2 0 4, Me. Murphy 1 2 4, Bartneck 1 0 2, Sippola 1 0 2, Davis 1 0 2, Irwin 5 6 16, Dixon 2 0 4, Gee 2 0 4, Lawson 1 1 3. Totals: 16 9 41.

        Indian Hill ....... 11  22  15  12—60

        Reading ....... 11   8   8  14—41

        3-pointers: I—Tepe. Records: IH 4-2 (CHL 3-2), R 4-2 (3-2).

        • Oak Hills 46, Lakota East 36 After taking a 26-16 halftime lead, Oak Hills clinched the win with a 7-0 run to open the third quarter.

        Sophomore guard Amanda Sauers led Oak Hills with 11 points. Lakota East's Erin Lee scored 11.

        LAKOTA EAST (36) — Andrea 1 1 3, Wyckoff 3 3 9, Williams 1 0 2, Lee 5 0 11, Nollen 1 2 4, Webb 1 1 3, Ester 2 0 4. Totals: 14 7 36.

        OAK HILLS (46) — Kluesner 2 2 6, Sauers 5 0 11, Martini 1 0 2, Gross 2 0 6, Cornelius 0 2 2, Rosenberger 1 0 2, Fehr 1 0 3, Lack 2 1 5, Laug 2 2 6, Holmes 1 1 3. Totals: 17 8 46.

        Lakota East ....... 9  7  11  9—36

        Oak Hills ....... 14  12  14  6—46

        3-pointers: LE-Lee; OH-Gross 2, Sauers, Fehr. Records: OH 5-1 (4-1 GMC).

        • Seven Hills 46, St. Bernard 20 — The Stingers took an 11-2 lead in the first quarter, and Tyler McIlwraith led all scorers with 12 points.

        ST. BERNARD (20) — McPartin 1 0 2, Shadoan 1 0 2, Prather 1 0 2, Estep 2 0 4, Mason 3 0 6, Hendricks 2 0 4. Totals: 10 0 20.

        SEVEN HILLS (46) — Hoffheimer 2 0 4, Howard 2 0 4, Robertson 5 0 10, Fiore 3 0 6, McIlwraith 5 1 12, Mirkopulos 2 0 4, Hanlon 2 0 4, McHugh 1 0 2. Totals: 22 1 46.

        St. Bernard ....... 2   8   4   6—20

        Seven Hills ....... 11  11  14  10—46

        3-pointers: Se-McIlwraith 1. Records: St 1-6 (1-4 MVC), Se 2-4 (2-3).

        • Springboro 73, West Carrollton 25 — The Panthers took a 20-0 first-quarter lead and Kelsey Sullivan scored eight of her game-high 19 points during the blitz.

        WEST CARROLLTON (25) — McCord 1 0 2, Derringer 2 0 4, Hester 1 2 4, Dill 3 0 6, Dahlinghous 2 0 5, Burger 2 0 4. Totals: 11 2 25.

        SPRINGBORO (73) — Dwyer 0 2 2, Graham 2 0 6, Teets 1 5 7, Hampton 2 0 4, Sullivan 7 5 19, Lacy 1 8 10, Whight 5 0 10, Ballard 3 1 7, Meacham 2 0 4, Wright 2 0 4. Totals: 25 21 73.

        West Carrollton ....... 5   4   4  12—25

        Springboro ....... 22  20  17  14—73

        3-pointers: W—Dahlinhous. S—Graham 2. Records: WC 2-4 (MML 0-3), S 5-1 (3-0).

        • Western Brown 67, Williamsburg 18 — A 23-4 second quarter broke open the game for the Broncos, who got 11 points from Ashley Wesley.

        WILLIAMSBURG (18) — Schneider 2 2 6, Smith 3 0 6, Morris 1 0 2, Wright 1 0 2, Hayes 1 0 2. Totals: 8 2 18.

        WESTERN BROWN (67) — Wesley 9 1 19, Bolender 1 0 3, Boyd 1 1 3, Boshears 0 1 1, Flischel 3 1 7, Bering 4 0 8, Ranford 2 0 4, Estep 3 1 7, Silvis 5 0 10, Hartman 2 1 5. Totals: 30 6 67.

        Williamsburg ....... 12   4   0   2—18

        Western Brown ....... 16  23  15  13—67

        3-pointers: WB—Bolender. Records: WB 2-5, 2-2 SBC.

        • Western Hills 61, Aiken 21 — The Mustangs opened the game with 22 unanswered points with Kize Bullock scoring 11 of them.

        AIKEN (21) — Gabread 2 0 4, Hodge 2 0 5, T. Satterwhite 2 6 10, A. Satterwhite 1 0 2. Totals: 7 6 21.

        WESTERN HILLS (61) — R. Tolliver 5 0 11, Russia 2 0 4, Goodridge 2 0 4, Phillips 3 0 6, Bullock 6 1 13, Edwards 6 1 13, Tesfai 3 0 6, Burnam 1 0 2, Funk 1 0 2. Totals: 29 2 61.

        Aiken ....... 0   4  13   4—21

        Western Hills ....... 13  15  17  16—61

        3-pointers: W—Tolliver. A—Hodge. Records: A 0-6, 0-1 QCC; W 3-3, 1-2 QCC.

        • South Dearborn 54, East Central 36 — Tracy Beer scored a game-high 16 points for the Knights.

        SOUTH DEARBORN (54) — Legge 3 0 6, Schmal 7 0 16, Kinnett 1 1 3, Beer 6 3 16, Pippin 4 3 11, Kaiser 1 0 2. Totals: 22 7 54.

        EAST CENTRAL (36) — Cotner 3 0 7, James 2 7 11, LeAnne Loischinger 1 0 2, Frondorf 1 0 2, Leslie Loischinger 1 0 2, Wiedeman 1 0 2, Essert 3 2 8, Stenger 1 0 2. Totals: 13 9 36.

        South Dearborn ....... 14  10  18  12—54

        East Central ....... 8   8   9  14—36

        3-pointers: S—Beer, Schmal 2. E—Cotner. Records: E 0-7, S 6-3.

        • North Adams 54, Lynchburg Clay 53 — Erin Shupert sank three free throws and two field goals in the fourth quarter for the Green Devils.

        LYNCHBURG CLAY (53) — Woodyard 3 6 14, Lewis 6 0 12, Koch 3 0 6, Allen 1 0 3, Mullins 4 0 10, Quickel 3 2 8. Totals: 20 8 53.

        NORTH ADAMS (54) — Copas 6 1 13, Pence 1 1 3, Brown 5 4 14, Fulton 3 4 10, Shreffler 1 1 3, Shupert 4 3 11. Totals: 20 14 54.

        Lynchburg Clay ....... 14  17   6  16—53

        North Adams .......  20  17  14—54

        3-pointers: L—Woodyard 2, Allen, Mullins 2. Records: N 5-1, 2-1 SHL.

        • Cincinnati Christian 59, Xenia Christian 38 Sarah Emerson, a 6-foot center, scored 13 points, blocked four shots and had eight rebounds.

        XENIA (38) — Brown 0 1 1, Hughes 5 0 10, Gustafson 0 3 3, Stevens 11 0 24. Totals: 16 4 38.

        CINCINNATI (59) — Baysore 4 0 8, Stohs 4 0 8, Tillitz 3 0 8, Hancock 1 0 2, Bashford 1 0 2, Becker 4 0 8, Fagin 3 0 6, Emerson 6 1 13, Lowe 2 0 4. Totals: 28 1 59.

        Xenia ....... 8   4  12  14—38

        Cincinnati ....... 25  10  12  12—59

        3-pointers: X-Stevens 2; C-Tillitz 2. Records: X 0-5 (0-3 MBC); C 3-2 (2-1 MBC). • Eastern Brown 62, Whiteoak 40 — Senior Elizabeth Burrows led the Warriors with 19 points.

        WHITEOAK (40) — Vance 6 4 16, Hauke 5 5 15, Smith 1 1 3, Green 3 0 6. Totals: 15 10 40.

        EASTERN BROWN (62) — Scott 1 0 3, Morris 3 1 8, Burrows 8 0 19, Harvey 4 2 11, Ellis 2 0 4, Jodrey 5 2 12, Hauke 2 0 4, Holton 0 1 1. Totals: 25 6 62.

        Whiteoak ....... 13  11   5  11—40

        Eastern Brown ....... 19  16  20   7—62

        3-pointers: EB—Burrows 3, Scott, Morris, Harvey. Records: EB 7-0 (SHL 5-0).

        • Purcell Marian 46, Alter 42 — Melisha Reese took over in overtime, scoring seven of Purcell Marian' eight points.

        Val Ruschau hit two free throws with 1.2 seconds left in regulation to tie the game.

        Reese led all scorers with 19 points. Saundra Hale added 11.

        PURCELL MARIAN (46) — Simpson 1 1 3, Hale 5 0 11, Finnell 4 1 9, Qualters 1 0 2, P. White 1 0 2, Reese 8 3 19. Totals: 20 5 46.

        ALTER (42) — Ruschau 2 2 6, Heaton 4 4 12, Davis 1 0 2, Thompson 2 3 8, Storer 6 0 12, Duggan 1 0 2. Totals: 16 9 42.

        Purcell Marian ....... 15  6  10  7  8—46

        Alter ....... 8  9  12  9  4—42

        3-pointers: P-Hale 1; A-Thompson 1. Records: A 4-2 (1-1 GGCL), P (1-0).

        • Hughes 71, Taft 21— Leslie Burns scored 22 points and Tonkia Bridges added 18 for Hughes.

        HUGHES (71) — F.Johnson 1 0 2, Everson 3 2 8, Burns 10 2 22, Steele 2 1 5, Bridges 7 1 18, Pettijohn 2 3 7, Moore 3 0 6, S.Johnson 1 1 3. Totals: 29 10 71.

        TAFT (21) — Clark 2 1 5, Jennings 1 0 2, Dunlap 1 0 3, Hill 1 0 2, Craig 1 0 2, Ragland 0 2 2, Jenkins 2 0 4, Sneed 0 1 1. Totals: 8 4 21.

        Hughes ....... 11  24  11  21—71

        Taft ....... 4   4   8   5—21

        3-pointers: H-Bridges 3. T-Dunlap. Records: H 6-0 (QCC 4-0).

        • Madison 39, North Ridge 34— Madison made nine of its 12 free throws in the fourth quarter to put away the game. Cara Young had six of her 11 points in the fourth quarter.

        MADISON (39) — Nance 2 1 5, Norvell 3 4 10, Belscamp 1 0 2, E.Kroger 2 0 5, H.Kroger 1 1 3, Young 4 3 11, Snowden 1 0 3. Totals: 14 9 39.

        NORTH RIDGE (34) — Bryant 3 6 12, Hahan 3 0 6, Mercer 1 1 3, Whitehead 3 0 6, Elam 2 3 7. Totals: 12 10 34.

        Madison ....... 13   7   5  14—39

        North Ridge ....... 7   6   9  12—34

        3-pointers: M-E.Kroger, Snowden. Records: M 3-4 (SWBL 1-1) N 0-6, (SWBL 0-2).

        • Taylor 53, Finneytown 34 — Ashley Gerwin scored 16 points and Katie Rapking had 13 for Taylor.

        TAYLOR (53) — Neidhard 1 2 5, Gerwin 6 2 16, Doll 2 0 4, Poynter 4 1 10, Smith 3 1 5, Rapking 6 1 13. Totals: 22 7 53.

        FINNEYTOWN (34) — Neher 4 0 9, Lorber 2 5 9, Croley 2 0 4, Gardner 0 1 1, Warner 0 2 2, Gardlik 1 0 2, Bond 2 3 7. Totals: 11 11 34.

        Taylor ....... 15  10   8  20—53

        Finneytown ....... 6   9   7  12—34

        3-pointers: T-Neidhard, Gerwin 2, Poynter. F-Neher. Records: T 2-3 (CHO 1-3), F 1-5 (CHO 0-4).

        • Batavia 41, Felicity 38— Katie Swart scored seven fourth-quarter points for Batavia. She scored 13 in the game.

        FELICITY (38) — Bell 1 0 2, Wehrum 4 1 9, Easter 3 1 9, Keller 4 0 10, Cat.Hall 1 1 3, C.Hall 2 1 5. Totals: 15 4 38.

        BATAVIA (41) — Weidner 4 0 9, Swart 5 3 13, Crooker 0 2 2, Lowe 4 1 11, Wehrman 3 0 6. Totals: 16 6 41.

        Felicity ....... 9  13  11   5—38

        Batavia ....... 9   4  18  10—41

        3-pointers: F- Easter 2, Keller 2. B- Weidner, Lowe 2. Records: F 2-3 (SBC 2-2). B 3-2 (SBC 3-2).

        • Loveland 48, Norwood 33— Nicole Wilson had a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds, and Shawna Brosemer added 12 for Loveland.

        NORWOOD (33) — Evans 3 0 8, Thelbald 2 0 4, McCarthy 5 1 11, Hammond 1 2 4, Kassem 1 0 2, Collins 2 0 4. Totals: 14 3 33.

        LOVELAND (48) — Stier 2 2 7, Smith 1 2 4, Gage 0 2 2, Wilson 5 4 14, Bess 1 3 5, Gruver 1 0 2, Brosemer 4 4 12, Bentz 1 0 2. Totals: 15 17 48.

        Norwood ....... 11   5   8   9—33

        Loveland ....... 13   9   8  18—48

        3-pointers: N- Evans 2. L-Stier. Records: N 0-7 (FAVC 0-5), L 3-3 (FAVC 3-1).

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        • Lakota West 39, Sycamore 28— Cara Wright had 22 points and 10 rebounds, her fifth double-double in six games.

        SYCAMORE (28) — Frank 4 0 8, Fitzwilson 2 2 4, Schwerdtmann 1 0 2, Kimmey 2 0 4, Ebel 3 0 6, Pennington 1 0 2. Totals:13 2 28.

        LAKOTA WEST (39) — Comisar 3 0 6, Wright 11 0 22, Carlberg 2 3 7, Eifert 2 0 4. Totals: 18 3 39.

        Sycamore ....... 6   6  13   3—28

        Lakota West ....... 4  11  14  10—39

        3-pointers: . Records: S 3-2 (GMC 1-2), L 5-1 (GMC 4-0).

        • Lockland 46, New Miami 40 — Lockland built a 10-point halftime lead and held on for the win despite being outscored 10-5 in the fourth quarter.

        LOCKLAND (46) — Cox 4 0 8, Cromer 2 1 5, Urton 4 0 8, Freeman 4 4 13, Sickinger 3 0 6, Robbing 2 1 6. Totals: 19 6 46.

        NEW MIAMI (40) — Robinson 2 1 7, Fisher 1 0 2, Broshear 2 1 6, Proffitt 4 0 8, Faulkner 0 2 2, Kellums 2 0 4, Richie 4 4 12. Totals: 15 8 40.

        Lockland ....... 11  17  13   5—46

        New Miami ....... 11   7  12  10—40

        3-pointers: L- Freeman, Robbing. N- Robinson 2, Broshear. Records: N 0-6 (MVC 0-6).

       



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