Wednesday, December 20, 2000

Cincinnati boys basketball games


Bazeley leads No. 7 Elder over Oak Hills

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Jake Bazeley scored 24 points and tied a single-game school record with eight assists to lead Enquirer No.7 Elder to a 58-45 victory over Oak Hills at Elder.

        Phil Bengel added 10 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for Elder.

        OAK HILLS (45) — Lee 4 5 13, Webb 1 2 4, Lips 1 0 2, Weathers 2 0 5, Oliverio 4 2 10, Wergers 0 1 1, Wyant 5 0 10. Totals: 17 10 45.

        ELDER (58) — Bazeley 7 10 24, Benken 2 2 6, Schenke 3 0 6, Wellendorf 1 2 4, Volpe 0 1 1, Mahon 1 3 5, Wiehe 1 0 2, Bengel 5 0 10. Totals: 20 18 58.

        Oak Hills ....... 7  12  15  11—45

        Elder ....... 11  18  13  16—58

        3-pointers: O—Weathers. Records: O 3-3, E 5-2.

        • St.Xavier 63, Aiken 46 — Craig Cashen and Jordan Cornette combined for 14 points in the second half, rallying the No.1-ranked Bombers.

        Holding a 24-22 lead at halftime, Cashen scored six points in the third quarter when the Bombers took a 41-31 lead.

        Aiken's Lamont Robinson led all scorers with 18 points.

        AIKEN (46) — Enoch 0 1 1, Smith 5 0 12, Madden 1 0 3, Robinson 6 4 18, Jackson 3 0 6, Phoenix 3 0 6. Totals: 18 5 46.

        ST. XAVIER (63) — Callahan 3 0 6, Grogan 2 0 5, Cornette 5 4 14, Bast 3 0 6, Shriver 2 0 4, Nolan 1 0 3, Hurley 0 2 2, Gay 0 1 1, Heekin 1 0 2, Retzinger 4 0 8, Cashen 5 2 12. Totals: 26 9 63.

        Aiken ....... 14  8  9  15—46

        St. Xavier ....... 12  12  17  22—63

        3-pointers: A — Smith, Robinson 2, Madden. S — Grogan, Nolan. Records: A 1-4, S 6-0.

        • Hughes 44, LaSalle 42 — A basket by Muneer Salaam with 12 seconds left lifted the Big Red to the upset over the No.10-ranked Lancers at Hughes. Trailing by 19 points, LaSalle tied the game 42-42 when Salaam took a pass and drove in for the winning layup.

        Carl Whitehead was the only Hughes player in double figures with 10 points. Ramone Bails hauled in 13 rebounds for the Big Red.

        LASALLE (42) — Bucheit 2 6 10, Hyle 5 2 14, Kruthaupt 5 0 15, Schauklieter 1 1 3. Totals: 13 9 42.

        HUGHES (44) — Foster 4 0 8, Salaam 3 0 6, Whitehead 4 2 10, Hargrove 2 2 6, Solomon 1 0 2, Williams 1 2 4, Bails 3 0 6, Pickard 1 0 2. Totals: 19 6 44.

        La Salle ....... 2  10  6  24—42

        Hughes ....... 8  12  14  8—44

        3-pointers: L — Kruthaupt 5, Hyle. Records: L 4-2, H 3-3.

        • Harrison 63, Turpin 42 — The Wildcats took a 16-10 first-quarter lead and went on to win behind Michael Ruther's 18 points and 11 rebounds.

        TURPIN (42) — Walters 2 1 6, Matteucci 4 2 10, Siebert 0 3 3, Maull 4 1 10, Zimmerman 0 1 1, Rheude 5 2 12. Totals: 15 10 42.

        HARRISON (63) — Volkerding 1 1 4, Koch 2 1 6, Kist 0 3 3, Brech 2 2 6, Willis 1 0 3, Myers 3 2 10, Ludwick 6 1 13, Ruther 8 0 18. Totals: 23 8 63.

        Turpin ....... 10   9  14   9—42

        Harrison ....... 16  16  11  20—63

        3-pointers: T-Walters 1, Maull 1; H-Volkerding 1, Kock 1, Willis 1, Myers 2, Ruther 2. Records: T 0-4 (0-3 FAVC Buckeye), H 5-0 (4-0).

        • Kings 65, Ross 48 — Matt Stephenson led all scorers with 24 points and sank 10 consecutive free throws.

        ROSS (48) — Estes 3 2 8, McBreen 3 0 7, Hutson 1 0 3, Overton 2 1 5, Wagner 1 4 6, Sizemore 3 6 13, Bulach 1 0 2, Rice 2 0 4. Totals: 16 13 48.

        KINGS (65) — Stewart 1 0 2, Lamb 3 1 8, Cossman 1 6 9, Gayhart 3 1 7, Davis 1 1 3, Stephenson 7 10 24, Garvin 2 8 12. Totals: 18 27 65.

        Ross ....... 15  11   9  13—48

        Kings ....... 15  16  18  16—65

        3-pointers: R-McBreen 1, Hutson 1, Sizemore 1; K-Lamb 1, Cossman 1. Records: R 4-2 (2-2 FAVC), K 1-5 (1-3).

        • Wilmington 43, Little Miami 35 — Justin Wilson scored six points late in the fourth quarter to rally the Hurricanes.

        WILMINGTON (43) — Washington 4 2 13, Hinman 2 0 6, Armstrong 2 1 5, Wilson 8 0 16, Thirey 1 1 3. Totals: 17 4 43.

        LITTLE MIAMI (35) — Horn 1 0 3, Oakley 2 2 6, McConnaughey 3 0 6, Ramsey 3 0 8, Morgan 2 2 6, Stern 1 0 2, Kaser 1 0 2, Yeary 1 0 2. Totals: 14 4 35.

        Wilmington ....... 9  18   4  12—43

       Little Miami ....... 10   9   8   8—35

        3-pointers: W—Washington 3, Hinman 2; L—Horn, Ramsey 2. Records: L 3-3 (2-2 FAVC).

        • Hillcrest 75, SCPA 36 — Hillcrest jumped out to an 18-9 lead and never looked back.

        SCPA (36) — Gaines 3 1 9, Powell 3 1 7, Talbert 0 4 4, Coggins 2 0 4, Brooks 1 0 3, Cameron 1 1 3, Foreman 1 0 2, McWhorter 0 1 1, King 0 1 1. Totals: 12 9 36.

        HILLCREST (75) — Collins 8 0 17, Davis 7 0 14, Cody 4 0 10, Foster 3 1 7, Lanier 1 0 3, Carr 2 1 5, Joy 2 0 5, Thomas 1 0 2, Posey 3 0 6, Johnson 3 0 6. Totals: 34 2 75.

        SCPA ....... 9   7   9  11—36

        Hillcrest ....... 18  15  28  14—75

        3-pointers: S—Gaines 2, Brooks. H—Collins, Cody 2, Joy, Lanier. Records: H 4-1, S 1-2.

        Anderson 60, Northwest 48 — Chris Norwell scored a game-high 21 points and Ken Riddell scored 10 points in the third period when Anderson went on a 15-6 run.

        ANDERSON (60) — Patzwald 2 0 6, Collar 5 1 14, Riddell 7 0 17, Turer 1 0 2, Norwell 10 1 21. Totals: 25 2 60.

        NORTHWEST (48) — Parks 1 0 2, Wallace 3 0 6, Chapman 1 0 2 Walker 5 0 11, Dulli 2 0 6, Moss 4 2 10, Kelly 3 2 8, Maxwell 1 1 3. Totals: 20 5 48.

        Anderson ....... 22  13  15  10—60

        Northwest ....... 13  17   6  12—48

        3-pointers: A-Patzwald 2, Collar 3, Riddell 3; NW-Walker, Dulli 2. Records: NA.

        • Landmark Christian 63, New Miami 53 — The Golden Eagles used a 25-13 run in the second period to pull away. Bryan Larkins scored all nine of his points in the quarter.

        NEW MIAMI (53) — Roberts 1 0 2, Mullins 0 1 1, Hampton 3 2 9, Shelley 7 5 19, Bowman 2 5 9, Tusing 4 5 13. Totals: 17 18 53.

        LANDMARK CHRISTIAN (63) — Ellis 3 0 7, Purdy 3 0 7, Chamberlin 2 4 9, Golightly 1 0 2, Larkins 2 5 9, Holman 1 3 5, Davis 2 0 5, Celenza 1 4 6, Shannon 4 3 11, Douglas 1 0 2. Totals: 20 19 63.

        New Miami ....... 15  13   8  17—53

        Landmark Christian ....... 12  25  11  15—63

        3-pointers: NM-Hampton; LC-Ellis, Purdy, Chamberlin, Davis. Records: LC 1-4, 1-3 MVC; NM 3-2, 3-2.

        • Lebanon 57, Goshen 49 at Goshen — The game was tied at 43 entering the final period before Lebanon pulled away with a 14-6 run.

        Goshen's Roger Drake led all scorers with a game-high 19 points.

        LEBANON (57) — Karnes 3 0 7, Ault 2 2 7, Amburgy 7 0 15, Ja. Langston 3 2 8, Jo. Langston 2 0 4, Merchant 7 2 16. Totals: 24 6 57.

        GOSHEN (49) — Gulley 2 0 4, Bell 1 1 4, Sheppard 2 1 5, Smith 4 0 8, Blevins 3 2 9, Drake 4 9 19. Totals: 16 13 49.

        Lebanon ....... 20  11  12  14—57

        Goshen ....... 14  12  17   6—49

        3-pointers: L-Karnes, Ault, Amburgy; G-Blevins, Drake 2. Records: L 5-1, 4-1 FAVC, G 3-4, 2-3.

        • Reading 65, Lockland 31 — The Blue Devils jumped out to a 36-13 halftime lead. Derek Aden scored a game-high 16 points.

        READING (65) — Lawson 2 0 4, Vample 0 1 1, Wynn 2 0 4, Hershberger 1 1 3, Caldwell 2 0 6, Haire 2 0 4, Edwards 3 0 7, Brady 4 5 13, Wilking 1 2 4, Brinck 1 1 3, Aden 8 0 16. Totals: 26 10 65.

        LOCKLAND (31) — Cox 2 1 6, Pittman 0 2 2, Biesbrook 2 3 7, Walker 4 0 8, Forley 3 2 8. Totals: 11 8 31.

        Reading ....... 15  21  19  10—65

        Lockland ....... 6   7   6  12—31

        3-pointers: R-Caldwell 2, Edwards; L-Cox. Records: R 3-0.

        • Roger Bacon 87, North College Hill 39 — Frank Phillips led four Roger Bacon players in double figures with a game-high 19 points.

        NORTH COLLEGE HILL (39) — Smith 2 1 5, Fitzhugh 1 1 3, Victorian 2 2 6, Turner 1 0 2, Kemphaus 1 0 2, Allen 1 2 5, Moore 2 0 5, Turnage 2 1 5, Jackson 3 0 6. Totals: 15 7 39.

        ROGER BACON (87) — McCoy 1 0 2, Bock 1 0 3, Johnson 1 2 4, Newton 2 0 4, N. Wyrich 1 2 4, Holt 2 0 5, Land 1 0 2, St. Clair 5 2 12, Huerkamp 5 0 10, B. Wyrich 8 1 17, Phillips 8 3 19, Reed 2 1 5.

        North College Hill ....... 2  14  12  11—39

        Roger Bacon ....... 21  16  22  28—87

        3-pointers: NCH-Allen, Moore; RB-Bock, Holt. Records: RB 2-4.

        Amelia 61, Mason 58 — Joe Smith's 10-foot jump shot with 10 seconds remaining preserved the win for the Barons.

        Ryan Gladwell added 15 points and 14 rebounds for the Barons while Jordan Faulkner scored 21 in the losing effort for Mason.

        MASON (58) — Owens 2 2 6, Hill 2 0 5, Faulkner 8 5 21, Combs 4 2 12, Culp 2 0 4, Crain 4 0 12. Totals: 21 9 58.

        AMELIA (61) — Toerner 0 1 1, M. Smith 1 1 3, J. Smith 7 6 21, Scott 5 2 13, Gladwell 3 9 15, Meyer 1 6 8. Totals: 17 25 61.

        Mason ....... 17  14  10  17—58

        Amelia ....... 10  15  18  18—61

        3-pointers: A—J. Smith, Scott. M—Hill, Combs 2, Crain 4. Records: A 4-4 (FAVC 2-2), M 2-4 (1-3).

        • Loveland 65, Norwood 44 — Derek Manville, Matt Beck and Kevin Schappell combined to score 24 of Loveland's 39 first-half points when the Tigers took a 39-21 lead.

        Dustin Cash paced Norwood with a game-high 15 points.

        LOVELAND (65) — Manville 5 0 11, Ceja 1 0 2, McCoy 3 0 6, Partin 1 0 3, Beck 5 1 12, Schappell 5 0 11, Lewis 3 0 8, VanBuskirk 1 2 4, Wilkinson 1 0 2, Cripe 3 0 6. Totals: 28 3 65.

        NORWOOD (44) — Cash 7 0 15, Stewart 1 0 2, Meaghar 1 0 2, Bishop 1 2 5, Moore 0 2 2, Brinkman 1 0 2, Prues 4 2 10, Morganroth 1 0 2, McQueen 1 2 4. Totals: 17 8 44.

        Loveland ....... 19  20  13  13—65

        Norwood ....... 11  10  10  13—44

        3-pointers: L—Mannville, Partin, Beck, Schappell, Lewis 2. N—Cash, Bishop. Records: N 2-5 (FAVC 3-2).

        • Cin. Christian 51, Xenia Christian 35 — A full-court press that led to 14 steals helped Cincinnati Christian dominate.

        Josh Eernisse led Cincinnati Christian with eight points, seven rebounds and six steals.

        XENIA CHRISTIAN (35) — Sampson 1 0 2, Brothers 3 0 6, Jezzeallogla 2 0 4, Pitstick 1 1 3, Kettering 6 4 17, Allen 1 1 3. Totals: 14 6 35.

        CIN. CHRISTIAN (51) — Eernisse 3 2 8, McQuiddy 2 0 4, Gillens 2 0 6, Brockman 2 0 4, Irving 4 0 9, Garrettson 1 1 3, Collett 4 0 8, Coates 2 0 4, Lowe 1 3 5. Totals: 21 6 51.

        Xenia Christian ....... 6   9  10  10—35

        Cin. Christian ....... 10  16  14  11—51

        3-pointers: XC—Kettering. CC—Gillens 2, Irving. Records: XC 2-3, CC 4-1.

        • Summit Country Day 47, St. Bernard 41 — Mike Fessler and Nick Dyer each sank a pair of free throws in the last minute to seal the win for the Silver Knights.

        Dyer, a junior center, led all scorers with 16 points on 7-of-10 field goal shooting.

        ST. BERNARD (41) — Spears 2 0 4, Walker 3 1 7, Roy 2 0 4, Hollmann 7 1 15, McNay 2 3 7, Frazier 2 0 4. Totals: 18 5 41.

        SUMMIT (47) — O'Brien 1 0 2, Koepfer 2 0 5, Falconi 1 0 2, Sheldon 6 0 14, Fessler 0 2 2, Dyer 7 2 16, Trautmann 2 0 4, Roth 1 0 2. Totals: 20 4 47.

        St. Bernard ....... 10  10  10  11—41

        Summit ....... 9  13  13  12—47

        3-pointers: Su-Sheldon 2, Koepfer 1. Records: St 0-6 (0-4 MVC), Su 2-2 (2-2).

        • Whiteoak 71, Leesburg-Fairfield 60 — Josh Stacy scored eight fourth-quarter points to help Whiteoak pull away.

        Stacy led Whiteoak with 20 and Ryan Barnett added 18. Toby Jones led all scorers for Leesburg with 25.

        LEESBURG (60) — Brandon Sowards 1 0 3, Jones 9 1 25, Breeding 1 0 2, Morgan 2 0 4, Fouch 1 0 2, Brad Sowards 2 1 5, Wiget 9 1 19. Totals: 25 3 60.

        WHITEOAK (71) — Barnett 8 0 18, Hauke 4 2 11, Johnson 3 2 8, Michael 6 2 14, Stacy 10 0 20. Totals: 31 6 71.

        Leesburg ....... 17  13  15  15—60

        Whiteoak ....... 17  16  15  23—71

        3-pointers: L—Brandon Sowards, Jones 6. W—Barnett 2, Hauke. Records: W 5-0.

        • Winton Woods 73, Glen Este 46 — Mack Hunter hit two 3-pointers and DeForrest Riley hit another as part of a 16-0 run in the Warriors' second quarter.

        C.J. Anderson led Winton Woods with 12 points and nine rebounds.

        GLEN ESTE (46) — Collett 1 0 2, Rieck 1 0 3, Dewey 0 2 2, Blair 1 0 2, Mattei 1 2 5, Clust 0 1 1, Bryant 6 0 12, Clyburn 3 1 7, Tieke 3 3 9, Diebel 1 1 3. Totals: G 17 10 46.

        WINTON WOODS (73) — Hill 1 0 2, Anderson 6 0 12, Fields 4 0 8, Hunter 4 0 11, Riley 3 1 8, Carden 2 5 9, Smith 1 1 3, Hite 4 0 8, Lattimore 1 2 4, Mills 4 0 8. Totals: 30 9 73.

        Glen Este ....... 10   5  15  16—46

        Winton Woods ....... 14  26  22  11—73

        3-pointers: G-Rieck 1, Mattei 1; W-Hunter 3, Riley 1. Records: W 6-0 (4-0 FAVC).

        Ripley 55, Eastern Brown 50 — The Blue Jays made seven of eight free throws in the fourth quarter. Brian Marshall led Ripley with 18 points and Brad Craycraft added 11. Kyle Stout scored 19 points for Eastern Brown closely followed by R.J. Buechler with 18 points.

        EASTERN BROWN (50) — Stout 5 8 19, Dotson 2 2 6, Buechler 7 0 18, Mignery 0 2 2, Parker 1 0 3, Carlisle 1 0 2. Totals: 16 12 50.

        RIPLEY (55) — Mallone 4 0 9, Turner 2 2 6, Craycraft 4 3 11, Teegarden 2 0 5, Fulton 2 2 6, Marshall 6 6 18. Totals: 20 13 55.

        Eastern Brown ....... 11  16  11  12—50

       Ripley ....... 8  13  15  19—55

3-pointers: E—Stout, Parker, Buechler 4; R—Mallone, Teegarden. Records: E 4-2 (2-2 SHL), R 3-1 (3-1 SHL).

       



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