Tuesday, December 19, 2000

Cincinnati girls basketball games




        • Landmark 58, St. Bernard 34 — Amy Sebastian scored a game-high 19 points for Landmark.

        LANDMARK (58) — Oliver 1 1 3, Spears 3 1 8, Jaeger 4 0 9, Am. Sebastian 8 1 19, An. Sebastian 5 0 10, Gresham 3 1 7, Celenza 1 0 2. Totals: 21 4 58.

        ST. BERNARD (34) — McPartlin 2 0 5, Shadoan 1 0 2, Schafer 1 0 2, Ellis 5 0 14, Burkhardt 0 1 1, Prather 3 1 7, Mason 1 1 3. Totals: 13 3 34.

        Landmark ....... 25   9  14  10—58

        St. Bernard ....... 5   2  13  14—34

        3-pointers: L—Spears, Jaeger, Am. Sebastian 2. S—McPartlin, Ellis 4.

        • North College Hill 44, Seven Hills 35 — Amber Flynn scored 24 points for the Trojans.

        NORTH COLLEGE HILL (44) — L. Johnson 2 3 7, S. Johnson 0 1 1, Goldmas 1 0 2, Miller 3 2 8, Faller 1 0 2, Flynn 9 6 24. Totals: 16 12 44.

        SEVEN HILLS (35) — Robertson 3 0 7, Wossner 1 0 2, McHugh 1 2 4, McIlwraith 8 3 22. Totals: 13 5 35.

        North College Hill ....... 13   8  10  13—44

        Seven Hills ....... 2   9  11  13—35

        3-pointers: S—Robertson, McIlwraith 3. Records: N 5-2 (MVC 5-2), S 2-5 (2-4).

        • Eastern Brown 78, Ripley 23 — Elizabeth Burrows scored 13 points to become Eastern Brown's all-time leading scorer. She has 1,162 points in her career.

        RIPLEY (23) — Starrett 1 0 3, B. Campbell 3 0 6, Brandenburg 6 0 13, Short 0 1 1. Totals: 11 1 23.

        EASTERN BROWN (78) — Scott 6 0 14, Morris 6 0 13, Burrows 6 0 13, Harvey 7 1 16, Forsythe 1 0 2, Ellis 1 0 2, Jodrey 5 0 10, Koehler 2 0 4, Berry 1 0 2, Cropper 1 0 2. Totals: 36 1 78.

        Ripley ....... 5   4   9   7—23

        Eastern Brown ....... 22  23  15  18—78

        3-pointers: R—Starrett, Brandenburg; E— Scott 2, Morris, Burrows, Harvey. Records: R 1-6, E 9-0.

        • Anderson 64, New Richmond 35 — Anderson's Quincy Deeds scored 20 points.

        NEW RICHMOND (35) — Coslett 2 0 4, Loving 3 4 10, Curfiss 2 2 6, Horn 3 0 6, Blair 1 3 5, Boys 1 1 3, Trees 0 1 1. Totals: 12 11 35.

        ANDERSON (64) — Cooper 2 0 4, Keiser 3 0 7, Gearhart 3 0 6, Sherrick 2 1 7, Deeds 8 4 20, Gruber 4 1 10, Leavy 2 2 7, Miller 0 3 3. Totals: 24 11 64.

        New Richmond ....... 6   8  11  10—35

        Anderson ....... 18  16  14  16—64

        3-pointers: A—Keiser, Sherrick 2, Gruber, Leavy.

        • Calvary Christian 62, Silver Grove 37 — Lisa Van Berkel had 24 points and nine rebounds for Calvary.

        SILVER GROVE (37) — Stortz 1 0 2, Bellamy 2 0 4, Joering 1 0 2, Riley 1 2 4, Bass 5 3 14, Davidson 1 0 2, Iles 3 0 6, LaFollette 1 0 3. Totals: 15 5 37.

        CALVARY (62) — Woods 7 2 17, Adams 2 2 6, C. Curry 4 3 11, VanBerkel 9 2 24, Fuller 2 0 4. Totals: 24 9 62.

        Silver Grove ....... 8   4  15  10—37

        Calvary ....... 16  21  11  14—62

        3-pointers: S—Bass, LaFollette. C—Woods, VanBerkel 4. Records: C 4-3, S 2-3.

        • Greenfield McClain 65, Georgetown 43 — Three Greenfield McClain players scored in double figures.

        GREENFIELD (65) — Munyan 3 1 7, Gossett 2 0 5, Hull 3 6 12, Meyers 1 0 2, Rowe 5 0 14, Cockrill 9 6 24, Cameron 0 1 1. Totals: 23 14 65.

        GEORGETOWN (43) — Cahall 1 0 2, Helbling 2 0 4, Miller 1 1 3, Workman 3 1 7, Brown 2 2 7, A. Chadwell 1 0 2, K. Chadwell 8 0 16, Zurbuch 0 2 2. Totals: 18 6 43.

        Greenfield ....... 21  11  18  15—65

        Georgetown ....... 6  14  11  12—43

        3-pointers: Gr—Gossett, Rowe 4. Geo— Brown. Records: Geo 6-3, Gr 6-1.

        • Hillsboro 65, Wilmington 44 — Tara Walker scored 24 points for Hillsboro.

        WILMINGTON (44) — Schumaker 3 0 6, Dell 5 0 13, Hodson 3 0 7, Davis 3 0 6, Roberts 0 1 1, Schaad 2 0 4, Thompson 2 2 7. Totals: 18 3 44.

        HILLSBORO (65) — Bayless 1 0 3, Hess 3 0 6, Butler 4 1 10, Marsh 5 0 10, Wright 1 0 2, Blair 3 4 10, Walker 10 4 24. Totals: 27 9 65. Wilmington ....... 14  11   5  14—44

        Hillsboro ....... 15  16  13  21—65

        3-pointers: W—Dell 3, Hodson, Thompson; H—Bayless, Butler. Records: H 6-1, W 4-4.

        • McAuley 55, Holmes 44 — McAuley's Lisa Kampschmidt had 16 points and 12 rebounds.

        HOLMES (44) — Brinkman 1 0 2, Wimzie 2 0 4, Humphrey 1 3 5, Hallman 5 3 14, Patterson 5 0 11, Herndon 1 1 3, Miller 1 0 2, Collins 1 1 3. Totals: 17 8 44.

        MCAULEY (55) — Miller 1 0 2, Rack 4 0 9, Reilman 3 0 6, Hoffman 0 2 2, Lichtenfeld 0 4 4, Kampschmidt 6 4 16, Rust 4 2 10, Rosing 3 0 6. Totals: 21 12 55.

        Holmes ....... 18   7   6  13—44

        McAuley ....... 10  19  13  13—55

        3-pointers: H—Hallman, Patterson. M— Rack. Records: M 5-2, H 4-3.

        • Summit 51, New Miami 25 — Katie Bunch had 10 points and 10 rebounds.

        NEW MIAMI (25) — Robinson 2 1 7, Faulkner 2 0 4, Ritchie 4 5 14. Totals: 8 6 25.

        SUMMIT (51) — Hoeck 4 0 8, Conners 2 2 6, Kuhn 1 0 2, Bottorff 1 0 2, Ulmer 3 0 6, Lydon 3 5 11, Bunch 4 2 10, Kief 3 0 6. Totals: 21 9 51.

        New Miami ....... 3   7  12   3—25

        Summit ....... 20  20   4   7—51

        3-pointers: N—Robinson 2, Ritchie. Records: S 4-4 (MVC 4-4), N 0-7 (0-7).

        • Mt. Healthy 49, Deer Park 34 — Lakisha Brewer scored 21 points for the Owls.

        MT. HEALTHY (49) — Bowden 1 0 2, Brewer 7 7 21, Johnson 1 0 2, Simmons 6 1 16, Thomas 4 0 8. Totals: 18 8 49.

        DEER PARK (34) — Miskimens 2 0 4, Eigel 3 0 9, Jen. Houston 1 2 4, Wilson 2 0 4, Nally 2 0 4, Jes. Houston 1 3 5. Totals: 13 5 34. Mt. Healthy ....... 9  14  13  13—49

        Deer Park ....... 8   5   9  12—34

        3-pointers: M—Simmons 3. D—Eigel 3. Records: M 4-0, D 1-6.

        • Fenwick 45, West Carrollton 27 — Julie Becker scored 12 points for the Falcons.

        FENWICK (45) — Becker 5 2 12, Bruggeman 0 1 1, Brown 3 2 8, Clemens 1 3 5, Smith 3 2 9, Bidwell 2 0 4, Stonecash 3 0 6. Totals: 17 10 45.

        WEST CARROLLTON (27) — McCord 3 2 8, Ballas 1 1 3, Derringer 0 2 2, Hester 0 2 2, Dill 1 0 2, Bettendorf 0 2 2, Dahlinghaus 0 2 2, Egleston 3 0 6. Totals: 8 11 27.

        Fenwick ....... 13  10  11  11—45

        West Carrollton ....... 5  10   2  10—27

        3-pointers: F—Smith. Records: F 3-3 (MML 3-1), W 2-5 (0-4).

        • Mercy 54, Hughes 27 — Kim Stern and Angie Heintz each scored 10 points for the Bobcats.

        MERCY (54) — Mullen 3 0 7, Stern 5 0 10, Zrilla 2 5 9, Dehne 1 1 3, Heintz 4 1 10, M. Clavier 2 2 6, Wolf 1 3 5, J. Clavier 2 0 4. Totals: 20 12 54.

        HUGHES (27) — Everson 1 0 2, Burns 9 3 21, Bridges 1 0 2, S. Johnson 0 2 2. Totals: 11 3 27.

        Mercy ....... 10  13  14  17—54

        Hughes ....... 6   4  13   4—27

        3-pointers: M—Mullen, Heintz.

        • Taft 51, SCPA 50 — Taft rallied from an 18-point halftime deficit. Ebony Ragland had 13 points and five steals for the Senators.

        TAFT (51) — Jennings 1 0 2, Clark 2 3 10, Snead 4 4 12, Dunlap 4 0 8, Jenkins 1 0 2, Ragland 6 1 13, Wise 1 0 2.

        SCPA (50) — ŽSpickard 2 5 9, Brunis 2 0 4, Hill 6 0 18, Hoernschemyer 2 0 4, Rintamari 1 1 9, John 1 0 2, Gordon 2 0 4.

        Taft ....... 11   10  12  16—51

        SCPA ....... 18   12  11  9—50

       3-pointers: T—Clark. SCPA—Hill 2, Rintamari 2. Records: T 1-6. SCPA 5-1.

       



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