Sunday, December 17, 2000

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Frank carries No. 4 Sycamore past No. 9 Seton


        Brittney Frank scored seven points in the fourth quarter, including three of four free throws in the final two minutes, rallying Sycamore to a 57-54 victory over No.9 Seton at Sycamore.

        Sycamore, ranked No.4 in The Enquirer's Division I poll, led 41-35 after three quarters, but Julie Robbins led a Seton comeback with seven points. But then Frank took over and enabled the Aviators to even their record at 3-3.

        SETON (54) — Day 3 0 7, Kelsey 3 0 8, Kenney 2 0 4, Leonard 1 2 4, A. Meyer 0 1 1, E. Meyer 3 1 7, Robbins 6 5 18, Schiller 2 0 4, Welch 0 1 1. Totals: 20 10 54.

        SYCAMORE (57) — Frank 3 5 11, Fitzwilson 1 5 8,

        ANDERSON (50) — Deds 7 6 20, Sherrick 5 8 18, Leavy 3 0 6, Gruber 1 2 4, Kaiser 1 0 2. Totals: 17 16 50.

        HARRISON (62) — Ransick 7 2 16, Lux 3 8 14, Brooks 3 1 9, Walker 3 2 8, Toney 4 0 8, Walton 1 1 3, Santillo 0 2 2, Grauvogel 1 0 2. Totals: 20 16 62.

        Anderson ....... 4  12  14  20—50

        Harrison ....... 11  13  15  23—62

        3-pointers: H—Brooks 2. Records: A 2-4, 2-2 FAVC; H 4-2, 4-1 FAVC.

        • Mason 30, Glen Este 22 — Michelle Munoz scored 16 points in the first half and 22 in the game, enabling the Comets to overcome the Trojans' slow-down tactic.

        MASON (30) — Shull 1 0 2, Issenmann 3 0 6, Munoz 9 4 22. Totals: 13 4 30.

        GLEN ESTE (22) — Dorsch 2 2 6, Pennington 1 0 2, Riley 3 0 6, Thomas 2 1 5, Appleton 1 0 2, Nickum 0 1 1. Totals: 9 4 22.

        Mason ....... 12  8  4  6—30

        Glen Este ....... 4  7  5  6—22

       

        3-pointers: None. Records: M 5-0 (5-0 FAVC); G 3-4 (2—3 FAVC).

        • CHCA 50, North College Hill 39 — CHCA stayed unbeaten and improved to 5-0 in the Miami Valley Conference.

        NORTH COLLEGE HILL (39) — L.Johnson 3 3 9, Lovette 1 0 3, Miller 7 1 16, Flynn 5 2 12. Totals: 16 6 39.

        CHCA (50) — Shipley 3 0 7, Petters 1 2 4, Brenecke 0 1 1, Dinklacker 1 0 2, Snyder 1 0 2, Holman 3 4 10, Nichols 1 0 2, Bowden 3 0 6, Humphrey 3 1 7, Trenz 4 1 9. Totals: 20 9 50.

        NCH ....... 4   8   6  21—39

        CHCA ....... 8  12  21   8—50

        3-pointers: NCH—Miller. CHCA-Shipley. Records: NCH 4-2 (MVC 3-2) CHCA 6-0 (MVC 5-0).

        • Roger Bacon 50, Lakota East 39 — Emily Withers scored 11 points for Bacon.

        ROGER BACON (50) — Byrd 3 0 8, Frentsos 1 0 2, Slye 1 2 4, Withers 2 7 11, Kelley 2 3 9, Metz 3 2 8, Hazelbaker 2 1 5, Holden 1 1 3. Totals: 15 16 50.

        LAKOTA EAST (39) — Andrea 0 2 2, Wyckoff 4 2 10, Williams 3 3 9, Lee 1 2 4, Nollen 3 0 6, Webb 2 0 4, Estes 2 0 4. Totals: 15 9 39.

        Roger Bacon ....... 7  13  11  19—50

        Lakota East ....... 14   4   4  17—39

        3-pointers: R—Byrd 2, Kelly 2. Records: R 4-1, L 2-4.

        • Little Miami 57, Loveland 37 — Senior Courtney Balser scored 14 points and teammate Ashley Richardson added 11 in a balanced Little Miami scoring attack.

        LOVELAND (37) — Stier 6 2 15, Bowman 1 0 2, Wilson 3 4 10, Bess 3 0 8, Brosemer 1 0 2. Totals: 14 6 37.

        LITTLE MIAMI (57) — Werden 2 1 5, Chamberlain 2 0 6, Fisher 3 2 8, Smiley 1 1 3, A. Balser 1 3 5, Richardson 4 4 11, C. Balser 6 1 14, S. Journeay 0 2 2, L. Journeay 1 0 3. Totals: 20 13 57.

        Loveland ....... 10  12  2  13—37

        Little Miami ....... 17  13  17  10—570

        3-pointers: L—Bess 2, Stier. LM—Chamberlain 2, C. Balser, L. Journeay. Record: LM 6-1 (3-1 FAVC Cardinal).

        • Amelia 58, Turpin 45 — Junior guard Keri Gillespie scored eight points in the first quarter.

        AMELIA (58) — Shields 0 1 1, Votapek 3 0 6, Gillespie 5 3 14, Davidson 8 2 18, Guinan 2 1 6, Emmert 5 3 13. Totals: 23 10 58.

        TURPIN (45) — Arnett 1 0 2, Cummings 4 2 10, Biser 1 7 9, Fox 4 0 8, Anderson 3 0 6, Maue 3 0 6, Watts 2 0 4. Totals: 18 9 45.

        Amelia ....... 24  10  10  14—58

        Turpin ....... 7   8  16  14—45

        3-pointers: A-Gillespie, Guinan. Records: A 3-5 (1-4 FAVC); T 1-6 (0-4).

        Winton Woods 52, Northwest 42 — A 17-9 run in the second quarter paved the paved the way for the Warriors.

        NORTHWEST (42) — B. Meister 3 0 6, Kuhn 1 0 2, Jared 5 3 13, S. Meister 1 1 2, Schur 0 2 2, Dobrowolski 5 0 10, Edwards 2 1 5, Dakin 0 1 1. Totals: 17 8 42.

        WINTON WOODS (52) — Fletcher 5 1 11, Johnson 3 3 9, Burton 2 2 6, Gibbs 0 1 1, Brown 1 1 3, Tinsley 5 0 10, Jackson 3 0 6, Davis 2 2 6. Totals: 21 10 52.

        Northwest ....... 10   9  10  13—42

        Winton Woods ....... 11  17  12  12—52

        Records: N 2-4, W 5-2 (4-1 FAVC).

        • McAuley 35, Badin 34 — Nikki Lichtenfeld scored five points in the fourth quarter, including the game-winning free throw, to lift the Mohawks.

        BADIN (34) — Vilkoski 0 4 4, Parker 3 0 6, Brennan 1 0 3, Shull 4 0 8, Morner 3 4 10, Overton 1 1 3. Totals: 12 9 34.

        McAULEY (35) — Sunderman 1 0 3, Reilman 3 0 7, Hoffman 1 0 3, Lichtenfeld 3 3 11, Keonig 2 0 4, Kampschmidt 2 0 4, Rust 0 3 3. Totals: 12 6 35.

        Badin ....... 11   8   4  11—34

        McAuley ....... 10   4   7  14—35

        3-pointers: B-Brennan. M-Lichtenfeld 2, Reilman, Sunderman, Hoffman. Records: B 4-3, M-4-2.

        • SCPA 54, Lloyd 46 — Kate Spickard sank seven of eight free throws in the fourth quarter for SCPA.

        SCPA (54) — Spickard 4 11 23, Brunis 1 0 2, Hoernschemeyer 1 0 2, Hill 3 0 6, Rintamaki 5 0 15, John 2 0 4, Gordon 2 0 4. Totals: 13 11 54.

        Lloyd (46) — Vance 2 2 6, Marshall 1 3 5, Jenkins 0 2 2, Crouthers 5 3 13, Eades 0 1 1, Merritt 0 4 4, Fields 6 3 15. Totals: 14 18 46.

        SCPA ....... 12  14  12  16—54

        Lloyd ....... 5  11  19  11—46

        3-pointers: S-Spickard 2, Rintamaki. Records: S 5-0; L 0-5.

       



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