Thursday, December 21, 2000

Hot shooting carries Turpin to 1st win




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        The Turpin Spartans converted a season-high eight 3-pointers, including three by Jennifer Hensley, to defeat Loveland 58-42 Wednesday at Loveland.

        Cara Biser and Angela Arnett were also on target from 3-point range, each converting two treys. Alyson Stier paced the cold-shooting Tigers with 14 points.

        The victory was Turpin's first in seven games.

        TURPIN (58) — Arnett 3 0 8, Biser 4 2 11, Hensley 5 0 13, Fox 1 0 2, Anderson 4 0 8, Mave 4 0 8, Watts 2 2 6, Page 0 2 2. Totals: 23 6 58.

        LOVELAND (42) — Stier 5 2 14, Amburgey 1 0 2, Bowman 1 0 2, Smith 4 0 8, Miller 2 1 5, Wilson 3 0 6, Bess 2 0 5. Totals: 18 3 42.
       Turpin ....... 16  15  11  16—58
       Loveland ....... 18   7   9   8—42
       

        3-pointers: T—Arnett 2, Biser 3, Hensley 3. L—Stier 2, Bess. Records: L 3-5, T 1-6.
        • Talawanda 57, Union County 30 — Lori Bower scored 16 points and Emily Bulach added 11 points and eight assists to lead the Braves, who led from start to finish.

        TALAWANDA (57) — An. Miller 1 2 4, Bulach 4 2 11, Schulte 2 0 4, Keehner 2 0 4, Paternite 1 0 2, Jacquemin 4 0 8, Reimer 2 0 4, Bower 7 2 16, Stevens 2 0 4. Totals: 25 6 57.

        UNION CO. (30) — Moore 2 2 6, Maddock 1 2 4, Dare 2 0 4, Perry 4 1 9, Kirkpatrick 0 3 3, Weaver 0 1 1, Estep 1 1 3. Totals: 10 10 30.
       Talawanda ....... 17  12  12  16—57
       Union Co. ....... 10   6   5   9—30
       

        3-pointers: T—Bulach. Records: T 3-7.

        • North Adams 55, Portsmouth Northwest 41 — Lea Fulton came off the bench in the second quarter and scored seven points as the Green Devils took control.

        McKinzie Copas extended North Adams halftime lead of 29-16 in the third quarter, scoring 15 points.

        PORTSMOUTH NORTHWEST (41) — Moore 1 0 2, Stidham 2 0 5, Thockmaorth 2 0 4, Rachford 4 0 9, Puckett 1 2 4, Harr 1 3 5, Elmer 1 1 3, Carver 2 1 5, White 1 0 2, McNelly 1 0 2. Totals: 16 7 41.

        NORTH ADAMS (55) — Copas 8 0 17, Pence 1 3 5, Robinson 1 1 3, Simpson 4 1 9, Boon 1 0 2 , Fulton 7 1 15, Shupert 2 0 4. Totals: 24 6 55.
       Portsmouth Northwest ....... 7   9  11  14—41
       North Adams ....... 13  16  17   9—55

3-pointers: P—Stidham, Rachford; N—Copas. Records: N 6-1.

        • Northwest 50, Mount Healthy 40 — Cheryl Dakin, Tina Dobrowolski and Bobbi Meister each scored four points in the fourth quarter as the Knights handed the Owls their first loss.

        It appeared Mount Healthy was in control after the Owls took a 13-2 first-quarter lead. But the Knights tied the game at halftime and pulled away in the third and fourth quarters.

        Keisha Brewer scored 14 points for Mount Healthy; Tanisha Johnson added 13.

        NORTHWEST (50) — B. Meister 2 4 8, Kuhn 2 0 4, Kennedy 4 0 8, S. Meister 2 0 4, Schur 1 0 2, Dobrowolski 3 2 8, Edwards 1 0 2, Dakin 7 0 14. Totals: 22 6 50.

        MT. HEALTHY (40) — Bowden 1 1 3, Brewer 4 6 14, Johnson 5 3 13, Simmons 4 0 10. Totals: 14 10 40.
       Northwest ....... 2  18  12  18—50
       Mt. healthy ....... 13   7   8  12—40
       

        3-pointers: M—Simmons 2. Records: N 3-4, M 5-1.
        Kentucky

        • Lloyd 53, Williamstown 49 — Tiffani Vance scored eight points in the fourth quarter, including four free throws during the final minute, to rally the Juggernauts past the Demons at Williamstown.

        Beth Fields scored 19 points for Lloyd in the first when the Juggernauts took a 34-30 halftime advantage.

        But Williamstown rallied in the third quarter to tie the game 41-41, setting the stage for Vance's heroics.

        LLOYD (53) — Vance 8 2 18, Marshall 1 0 2, Jenkins 1 3 5, Crouthers 2 0 4, Eades 1 0 2, Fields 7 8 22. Totals: 20 13 53.

        WILLIAMSTOWN (49) — Cason 5 0 10, Bowan 3 0 7, Vinson 3 2 8, Vance 3 0 6, Richardson 7 2 16, Stamper 0 2 2. Totals: 21 6 49.
       Lloyd ....... 15  19   7  12—53
       Williamstown ....... 17  13  11   8—49

Three-point field goals: W—Bowan. Records: W 2-7.

       



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