Wednesday, December 20, 2000

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Colerain girls notch GMC victory

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Colerain retained a share of first place in the Greater Miami Conference with a 63-49 home victory over Sycamore Tuesday.

        Quanita Hailey and Alysa Croxton each scored 10 points in the first half, propelling the Cardinals to a 35-24 halftime advantage.

        Amanda Pennington led Sycamore with 14 points.

        SYCAMORE (49) — Frank 3 0 6, Fitzwilson 1 2 4, Schwerdtmann 4 1 9, Murphy 0 2 2, Kimmey 4 3 12, Ebel 1 0 2, Pennington 7 0 14. Totals: 20 8 49.

        COLERAIN (63) — Hailey 7 2 16, Croxton 6 1 13, Haggard 4 4 13, Wessel 2 2 7, Mahler 2 0 4, Bankston 4 0 8, Grace 1 0 2. Totals: 26 11 63.

        Sycamore ....... 8  16  15  10—49

        Colerain ....... 11  24  18   9—63

        3-pointers: S—Kimmey. C—Haggard, Wessel. Records: C 5-1 (GMC 5-0).

        • Fairfield 64, Milford 42 — The Indians went on a 20-7 run in the fourth quarter.

        MILFORD (42) — Jack 1 1 3, Morrman 1 1 3, Hrovat 6 5 16, Gaible 2 2 6, Richmond 2 3 7, Kinder 4 0 7. Totals: 16 12 42.

        FAIRFIELD (64) — Bucsek 3 0 6, Hanck 1 0 2, Swink 1 0 2, Smith 7 7 21, Davenport 6 0 12, Taylor 1 1 3, Carty 3 1 6, Lautensiager 2 2 6, Hauck 3 0 6. Totals: 27 11 64.

        Milford ....... 12  13  10   7—42

        Fairfield ....... 18  10  16  20—64

        3-pointers: M—Hrovat, Kinder; F—Carty.

        • St. Ursula 44, Roger Bacon 40 — Katie Connaughton and Kristen Mahon each scored six points in the first quarter when the Bulldogs took a 19-6 lead.

        ROGER BACON (40) — Byrd 3 0 9, Winters 3 2 9, Kelly 2 0 4, Metz 4 1 9, Hazelbaker 4 1 9. Totals: 16 4 40.

        ST. URSULA (44) — Mahon 2 0 6, Connaughton 2 2 6, Naltner 8 3 19, Schroeder 3 3 9, Nurre 1 0 2, Ballinger 0 2 2. Totals: 16 10 44.

        Roger Bacon ....... 6  11  14  9—40

        St. Ursula ....... 19   7  13  5—44

        3-pointers: R—Byrd 3, Winters. S—Mahon 2. Records: SU 4-4, 3-1 GGCL.

        • Taylor 44, Western Hills 37 (OT) — Katie Rapking scored four of her 10 points in overtime to lead Taylor.

        Western Hills junior Darnise Edwards scored five of her team-high 10 points in the fourth quarter to help send the game to overtime.

        Taylor's Danielle Poynter hit three 3-pointers on her way to a game-high 17 points.

        TAYLOR(44) — Neidhard 2 0 4, Doll 2 1 5, Poynter 7 0 17, Smith 3 0 6, Rapking 5 0 10, Crofford 1 0 2. Totals: 21 1 44.

        WESTERN HILLS (37) — Tolliver 2 0 5, Russia 1 0 2, Goodrich 3 2 8, Phillips 3 0 6, Bullock 2 2 6, Edwards 3 3 10. Totals: 14 7 37.

        Taylor ....... 6  15  5  7  11—44

        Western Hills ....... 9  6  6  12  4—37

        3-pointers: T — Poynter 3. W — Tolliver, Edwards. Records: T 4-3, W 3-4.

        • McNicholas 53, Ursuline 42 — Ashley Clark tallied 20 points, 10 rebounds and four blocks as the Rockets led from start to finish.

        Ursuline made a late run behind Erin Davren's 10 fourth-quarter points and two steals, but the Lions came within only nine. Davren finished with a team-high 20 points.

        Kim Breving added 11 points and seven rebounds for the Rockets.

        URSULINE (42) — Obert 4 0 9, Blackburn 1 2 4, Davren 6 6 20, Howell 2 3 7, Walker 0 2 2. Totals: 13 13 42.

        MCNICHOLAS (53) — Flammer 2 0 4, Williams 1 0 2, Hornschemeier 1 0 2, B. Clark 2 0 6, A. Clark 10 0 20, J. Breving 1 0 2, Oberschmidt 3 0 6, K. Breving 4 1 11. Totals: 24 1 53.

        Ursuline ....... 7   6  10  19—42

        McNicholas ....... 10  15  17  11—53

        3-pointers: U-Obert 1, Davren 2; M-B. Clark 2, K. Breving. Records: M 5-1.

        • Dayton Stivers 47, Aiken 39 — Stivers made seven free throws in the fourth quarter.

        The Satterwhite sisters, Tyronica and Alexis, teamed up for 24 points for Aiken. Tyronica also grabbed 18 rebounds.

        DAYTON STIVERS (47) — Cockrell 1 0 2, Turner 4 0 9, Collins 2 4 8, West 2 0 4, Davis 8 8 24. Totals: 17 12 47.

        AIKEN (39) — Hodge 4 1 9, Tinsley 3 0 6, T. Satterwhite 7 1 15, A. Satterwhite 3 3 9. Totals: 17 5 39.

        Dayton Stivers ....... 12  5  11  19—47

        Aiken ....... 9  6  11  13—390

        3-pointers: D — Turner. Records: D 3-2, A 0-7.

        • Oak Hills 47, Hamilton 32 — Danielle Dietrich scored nine of her 12 points in the first half to lead the Highlanders over Hamilton in GMC action.

        Michelle Holmes added 10 points for Oak Hills, which who won their its third game in a row.

        HAMILTON (32) — Delong 0 2 2, Brosey 3 2 8, Marshall 1 2 4, Benison 1 1 3, Fox 3 3 9, Brown 2 0 4, Vance 1 0 2. Totals: 11 10 32.

        OAK HILLS (47) — Sauers 2 0 5, Martini 2 0 4, Cornelius 2 0 4, Lack 3 0 6, Dietrich 5 2 12, Laug 2 2 6, Holmes 5 0 10. Totals: 21 3 47.

        Hamilton ....... 5   6   9  12—32

        Oak Hills ....... 13  18   6  10—47

        3-pointers: O—Sauers, Dietrich. Records: O 6-1 (GMC 5-1), H 3-5 (1-4).

        • Mariemont 63, Deer Park 25 — Liz Kauffmann scored 19 points and Mariemont's defense forced 21 first-half turnovers.

        MARIEMONT (63) — Kauffmann 7 3 19, R. Potts 1 0 2, Perry 3 1 7, L. Potts 1 0 2, Pember 1 0 2, Sefford 1 1 3, Brown 6 1 13, Sheaffer 2 0 4, Hook 2 1 5, Rogers 2 2 6. Totals: 26 9 63.

        DEER PARK (25) — Miskimens 1 0 2, Dennis 2 1 6, Jen. Houston 1 1 3, Howard 1 0 3, Nally 1 2 4, Pyle 0 1 1, Jes. Houston 3 0 6. Totals: 9 5 25.

        Mariemont ....... 19  15  21   8—63

        Deer Park ....... 4   5   6  10—25

        3-pointers: M—Kauffmann 2. D—Dennis, Howard. Records: D 1-7 (CHL 0-5).

        • Lakota West 50, Lakota East 34 — Senior Cara Wright scored 21 points for West.

        West shot 57-percent from the floor in the game compared to 26-percent for East.

        LAKOTA WEST (50) — Comisar 5 3 13, Montgomery 0 1 1, Swift 2 2 6, Wright 9 3 21, Carlberg 3 0 6, Eifert 1 1 3. Totals: 20 10 50.

        LAKOTA EAST (34) — Andrea 3 0 8, Williams 3 2 8, Lee 3 5 11, Nollen 0 1 1, Estes 2 2 6. Totals: 11 10 34.

        Lakota West ....... 15  12   9  14—50

        Lakota East ....... 0  12  10  12—34

        3-pointers: LE—Andrea 2. Records: LW 6-1 (GMC 5-0), LE 2-5 (1-4).

        • Ross 47, Finneytown 40 — Ross' Stevie Gunther scored 10 of her 15 points in the fourth quarter.

        FINNEYTOWN (40) — Neher 2 2 8, Lorber 6 0 12, Warner 2 0 4, Gardlik 3 1 7, Bond 1 4 9. Totals: 17 4 40.

        ROSS (47) — Bowman 3 0 5, Weisbecker 5 0 10, Gunther 7 0 15, Wagers 2 0 4, Wertman 3 2 8, Lange 1 2 4, Varner 0 1 1. Totals: 20 5 47.

        Finneytown ....... 10  6   8  16—40

        Ross ....... 18  6  10  13—47

        3-pointers: F-Neher 2; R-Bowman 1, Gunther 1. Records: F 1-6, R 3-5.

       



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