Friday, December 15, 2000

N.Ky. girls basketball games


Villa Madonna continues fast start

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Villa Madonna's Jill Sullender and Colleen Pavel each sank crucial 3-pointers late in the fourth quarter, rallying the Blue Lightning to a 34-28 victory over Ludlow Thursday night.

        The victory was Villa Madonna's fourth this season, its best start in 12 years under coach Don Shields.

        LUDLOW (28) — Wise 2 2 6, Blackburn 1 1 3, Lantry 4 2 10, Pence 3 3 9. Totals: 10 8 28.

        VILLA MADONNA (34) — Uhling 0 2 2, Sullender 1 0 3, A. Randall 5 0 12, Pavel 4 1 12, Halpin 0 1 1, Humphrey 1 2 4. Totals: 11 6 34.

        Ludlow ....... 7  7  10  4—28

        Villa Madonna ....... 8  7   7  12—34

        3-pointers: V—Sullender, Randall 2, Pavel 3. Records: V 4-0, L 0-3.

        • Williamstown 58, Deming 34 — Sophomore Rebecca Bowen and freshman Brandi Cason came off the bench and combined for 27 points and eight rebounds for Williamstown.

        DEMING (34) — Fryman 1 0 2, Fricke 2 1 6, Dotson 1 2 4, Houchens 1 7 10, Tuel 3 1 9, Linville 1 0 2. Totals: 9 11 34.

        WILLIAMSTOWN (58) — Cason 4 5 13, Bowen 5 1 14, Vinson 2 1 7, Vance 2 1 5, Conrad 1 0 2, Richardson 3 3 9, Brumback 2 1 5, Kroetz 1 1 3. Totals: 20 13 58.

        Deming ....... 6  12   4  12—34

        Williamstown ....... 17  14  11  16—58

        3-pointers: W—Bowen 3, Vincent 2. D— Fricke, Houchens, Tuel 2. Records: DS 0-5, W 2-6.

        • Boone County 65, St. Henry 12 — Christian Stefanopoulos, a junior guard, scored 19 points as the Rebels remainded undefeated.

        BOONE COUNTY (65) — Boswell 3 0 6, Matheny 2 3 7, Molleson 1 0 2, Isaac 2 1 6, Stefanopoulos 7 4 19, Newhouse 3 2 8, Grobmeyer 2 3 7, Henderson 4 0 8, Madden 0 2 2. Totals: 23 15 65.

        ST. HENRY (12) — Danks 1 1 3, Boulanger 1 3 5, Brentnall 1 0 2, Walters 1 0 2. Totals: 4 4 12.

        Boone County ....... 20  11  20  14—65

        St. Henry ....... 3   5   2   2—12

        3-pointers: B—Isaac, Stefanopoulos. Records: SH 0-3.

        • Campbell County 60, Simon Kenton 39 — Senior Heather Walker scored 14 points in the first quarter, when the Camels took an 18-8 lead.

        Walker finished the first half with 18 of her game-high 20 points on 8-of-9 shooting.

        CAMPBELL COUNTY (60) — McElveen 0 1 1, Griffin 1 0 2, Ballinger 2 0 4, Fowee 3 0 6, Gross 2 1 5, Wagner 0 2 2, Mayhew 1 0 3, Bezold 2 0 4, Barry 2 0 5, Walker 8 4 20, King 3 0 6, Buten 1 0 2. Totals: 25 8 60.

        SIMON KENTON (39) — Rawls 1 0 2, Morrison 1 0 2, Lovelace 1 0 2, Jones 0 2 2, Klaine 6 4 17, Kelsay 6 2 14. Totals: 15 8 39.

        Campbell County ....... 18  22  15   5—60

        Simon Kenton ....... 8  13   8  10—39

        3-pointers: C—Mayhew, Barry. SK—Klaine. Records: C 5-1, S 0-6.

        • Dayton 58, Heritage Academy 52, OT — Juniors Janet Lovins and Nicki Lynn combined for 10 points in overtime for the Greendevils, who erased a six-point deficit with a minute left in regulation.

        HERITAGE ACADEMY (52) — Hurley 1 0 3, King 7 4 18, Wynn 4 0 11, Capel 5 0 12, Douglas 1 1 3, Neri 2 0 5. Totals: 20 5 52.

        DAYTON (58) — Lovins 2 10 14, Lucas 1 0 2, Lynn 11 5 27, Polly 2 2 6, Price 1 0 2, Mills 1 0 2, Stamper 2 1 5. Totals: 20 18 58.

        Heritage Academy ....... 4  11  11  22   4—52

        Dayton ....... 14  4  18  12  10—58

        3-pointers: H-Hurley 1, Wynn 3, Capel 2, Neri 1. Records: H 1-2, D 1-3.

        • Calvary Christian 58, Bellevue 37 — Senior guard Lisa Van Berkel scored 22 points for the Cougars. Kim Holliman led the Tigers with 13 points.

        BELLEVUE (37) — Holliman, 4 2 13, Meyers 1 0 2, Mulligan 6 0 12, Delaney 3 0 6, Mendell 2 0 4. Totals: 16 2 37.

        CALVARY CHRISTIAN (58) — Woods 3 0 9, Blaine 5 0 13, Adams 4 0 8, Curry 1 0 2, Van Berkel 9 1 22, Fuller 2 0 4. Totals: 24 1 58.

        Bellevue ....... 6   8  17   6—37

        Calvary Christian ....... 7  13  15  13—58

        3-pointers: C-Woods, Blaine, Van Berkel; B-Holliman. Records: CC 2-3, B 3-2.

       



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