Friday, December 22, 2000

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Bacon upsets No. 2 Hamilton Badin 40-38

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Julie Metz's layup with less than 45 second remaining gave Roger Bacon a 40-38 upset of Badin, ranked No.2 in The Enquirer's Divisions II-IV coaches poll, in a girls basketball game Thursday night in Hamilton.

        With Badin ahead 34-31, Ellie Hazelbaker cut the lead to one with a stick-back. Then Rose Frentsos stole the ball at midcourt and passed to Metz for the layup.

        Emily Withers and Michelle Kelly combined to make three of four free throws down the stretch to seal the win. Kelly finished with a game-high 17 points.

        ROGER BACON (40) — Withers 1 2 4, Kelly 6 1 17, Metz 3 3 9, Hazelbaker 3 2 8, Holden 1 0 2. Totals: 14 8 40.

        BADIN (38) — Cochran 1 0 2, Beckett 3 0 6, Brennen 1 0 2, Shull 2 5 9, Morner 3 3 9, Overton 5 0 10. Totals: 15 8 38.

        Roger Bacon ....... 10   9  10  11—40

        Badin ....... 12   7   7  12—38

        3-pointers: R—Kelly 4. Records: R 5-2 (GGCL 1-0), B 4-4 (1-2).

        • Lakota West 35, Hamilton 28 — Cara Wright scored 11 of her game-high 18 points in the second quarter, when the Firebirds outscored the Big Blue 14-4.

        The victory was a school-record sixth straight for Lakota West, which is in a first-place tie with Colerain in the Greater Miami Conference.

        HAMILTON (28) — Delong 4 0 9, Brosey 3 0 6, Marshall 2 0 5, Booker 1 0 2, Fox 2 2 6. Totals: 12 2 28.

        LAKOTA WEST (35) — Comisar 2 3 7, Nowicki 1 0 2, Wright 7 4 18, Carlberg 3 2 8. Totals: 13 9 35.

        Hamilton ....... 7   4  10   7—28

        Lakota West ....... 8  14   6   7—35

        3-pointers: H—Delong, Marshall. Records: H 3-6 (GMC 1-5), L 7-1 (6-0).

        Withrow 61, Western Hills 51 — The Tigers sank 10 of 12 free throws in the fourth quarter, and Alexia Hampton scored 10 points down the stretch to pace the Tigers.

        Latasha Collins scored 17 points for the Tigers. Darnise Edwards had 15 points for the Mustangs.

        WESTERN HILLS (51) — Russia 2 2 6, Goodrich 6 0 12, Phillips 0 1 1, Bullock 5 2 12, Edwards 6 2 15, Tesfai 0 1 1, Burnam 2 0 4. Totals: 21 9 51.

        WITHROW (61) — Hampton 5 3 14, Pryor 5 3 13, Collins 5 4 17, Richardson 4 4 12, Ward 1 0 2, Pruitt 1 0 2. Totals: 21 14 61.

        Western Hills ....... 14  11   8  18—51

        Withrow ....... 15  13  12  21—61

        3-pointers: WH—Edwards; W—Hampton, Collins 3. Records: WH 3-5, W 3-3 (3-2 QCC).

        • Walnut Hills 59, Woodward 39 A full-court press by the Eagles forced 18 turnovers.

        WALNUT HILLS (59) — Antle 4 2 11, Fennell 3 4 10, Martin 2 4 9, Wilson 4 1 9, Marsh 3 2 8, Davis 3 0 6, Lucas 0 2 2, Greene 1 0 2, Kelsey 1 0 2. Totals: 21 15 59.

        WOODWARD (39) — Johnson 2 2 6, Billingsky 2 0 5, Fields 2 2 6, Jones 2 0 4, Lillard 2 0 4, Biggers 2 4 8, Bradley 1 0 2, Love 2 0 4. Totals: 15 8 39.

        Walnut ....... 10  21  10  18—59

        Woodward ....... 7   8   8  16—39

3-pointers: Wal-Antle, Martin. W-Billingsky. Records: Wal 4-2 (QCC 4-1) W 1-5 (QCC 1-5).

        • Springboro 72, Miamisburg 42 — Kelsey Sullivan, Lindsay Wight and Becky Ballard each scored in double figures for the Panthers.

        SPRINGBORO (72) — Graham 1 1 4, teets 1 0 2, Hampton 21 5, Sullivan 6 5 18, Lacy 1 0 2, Wight 7 0 16, Ballard 8 2 18, Wright 3 1 7. Totals: 29 10 72.

        MIAMISBURG (42) — Campbell 2 0 4, Barr 5 0 10, Musser 3 4 12, Barker 0 1 1, Maxey 2 0 5, Boudouris 1 0 3, Arnett 2 1 5, Vredevoogd 0 2 2. Totals: 15 8 42.

        Springboro ....... 11  18  18  25—72

        Miamisburg ....... 9  11  10  12—42

3-pointers: S—Wight 2, Sullivan, Graham. M—Musser 2, Maxey, Boudouris. Records: S 7-1 (MML 4-0), M 3-3 (2-2).

        • North College Hill 44, Landmark Christian 42 — The Trojans rallied from a six-point fourth-quarter deficit.

        Latasha Johnson blocked a 3-point attempt at the buzzer to seal the victory. Amber Flynn scored five points, and Michele Miller had three steals and four rebounds.

        Ashley Oliver paced Landmark with 16 points.

        NCH (44) — L. Johnson 3 1 7, S. Johnson 1 3 5, Miller 3 3 9, Faller 4 0 8, Flynn 5 5 15. Totals: 16 12 44.

        LANDMARK (42) — Oliver 7 1 16, Spears 1 0 2, Jaeger 1 0 2, Amy Sebastian 1 2 4, And. Sebastian 5 1 11, Gresham 3 1 7. Totals: 18 5 42.

        NCH ....... 13   7  10  14—44

        Landmark ....... 7  17  10   8—42

3-pointers: L—Oliver. Records: N 5-2 (MVC 5-2), L 7-2 (5-2).

        • Oak Hills 60, Milford 53 — Danielle Dietrich started a 13-6 run and the Highlanders sank nine of 11 free throws in the closing minutes.

        OAK HILLS (60) — Sauers 2 4 8, Martini 1 2 5, Gross 3 0 8, Cornelius 3 3 9, Fehr 1 0 2, Deitrich 3 4 11, Laug 4 2 10, Holmes 3 1 7. Totals: 20 16 60.

        MILFORD (53) — Jack 1 0 2, Moorman 3 1 9, Hrovath 7 2 16, Gaible 2 1 5, Richmond 1 2 4, Kinder 5 3 13, Gardner 1 0 2, Gulleman 1 0 2. Totals: 21 9 53.

        Oak Hills ....... 13  16  10  21—60

        Milford ....... 13  15  10  15—53

3-pointers: O—Martini, Gross 2, Dietrich. M—Moorman 2. Records: O 7-1 (GMC 6-1), M 1-6 (1-5).

        • Mercy 50, Seton 43 — Erin Mullen and Maria Dahne each sank crucial free throws during the final four minutes to lift the Bobcats.

        Siovhan Zerilla led all scorers with 15 points for Mercy. Julie Robbins led Seton with 13 points.

        SETON (43) — Robbins 5 3 13, Kelsey 1 0 3, Welch 0 2 2, Meyer 1 0 2, Day 1 0 3, A.Meyer 1 3 5, Schiller 2 1 5, Kenney 2 4 8, Leonard 1 0 2. Totals: 14 13 43.

        MERCY (50) — Mullen 0 2 2, Obert 2 1 5, Brunner 2 2 6, Stern 2 1 5, Zerilla 5 5 15, Dehne 0 3 3, Rutherford 1 0 2, Heintz 2 4 8, Clavier 1 0 2, Wolf 1 0 2. Totals: 16 18 50.

        Seton ....... 12  16  10   5—43

        Mercy ....... 13  15  10  12—50

3-pointers: S- Kelsey, Day. Records: S 4-3 (GGCL 2-1) M 7-1 (GGCL 3-0).

        • Ursuline 55, St. Ursula 50 — Junior guard Maria Walker sank three of four free throws during the final minute and came up with two crucial steals, rallying the Lions.

        ST. URSULA (50) — Mahon 2 3 7, Grogan 3 4 10, Connaughton 2 1 5, Neltner 10 4 24, Schroeder 1 0 2, Dooley 1 0 2. Totals: 19 12 50.

        URSULINE (55) — Obert 3 7 14, Klein 2 2 7, Blackburn 2 0 4, Davren 2 5 9, Polimeni 2 0 4, Howell 0 2 2, Walker 4 6 15. Totals: 15 22 55.

        St. Ursula ....... 17  17   7   9—50

        Ursuline ....... 16  18   6  15—55

3-pointers: U—Obert, Klein, walker. Records: U 4-5, 2-1 GGCL.

        • Mount Notre Dame 40, McAuley 33 — Eight consecutive free throws by the Cougars during the final three minutes, including four by Allison Nahrup, paved the way for the victory.

        Lisa Kampschmidt scored 12 points to lead McAuley and Liz Braun scored 12 points for MND.

        MND (40) — Rohlfs 0 2 2, Engel 0 2 2, Nahrup 3 5 12, Thomas 4 2 11, Braun 5 3 13. Totals: 12 14 40.

        MCAULEY (33) — Reilman 1 0 2, Hoffman 2 0 5, Lichtenfeld 2 0 4, Koenig 1 0 2, Kampschmidt 3 6 12, Rust 4 0 8. Totals: 13 6 33.

        MND ....... 15   9   7   9—40

        McAuley ....... 8   2  14   9—33

3-pointers: MND-Nahrup, Thomas. M-Hoffman. Records: MMD 3-3 (GGCL 1-2) M 5-3 (GGCL 0-3).

        Cincinnati Christian 46, Lockland 36 — Maria Bashford scored six points in the first quarter, when Cincinnati Christian outscored Lockland 13-3.

        Crystal Tilletz led Cincinnati Christian with 11 points and 10 rebounds. Carla Freeman added 13 points for Lockland.

        LOCKLAND (36) — Cox 1 0 2, Owens 0 1 1, Cromer 2 1 5, Urton 1 4 6, Freeman 4 3 13, Sickinger 2 0 6, Robbins 1 0 3. Totals: 11 9 36.

        CINCINNATI CHRISTIAN (46) — Baysore 2 0 5, Tilletz 3 5 11, Bashford 4 0 8, Becker 2 0 4, Fagin 1 0 2, Emerson 4 1 9, Smith 1 0 3, Lowe 2 0 4. Totals: 19 6 46.

        Lockland ....... 3   2  16  16—36

        Cin. Christian ....... 13  11  16   6—46

3-pointers: L—Freeman 2, Sickinger 2, Robbins; C— Baysore, Smith. Records: L 1-5, C 4-3.

        • Taft 54, Aiken 42 — Freshman guards Krystal Clark and Ebony Ragland combined for 34 points to lead Taft.

        Ragland scored nine of her 14 points in the first quarter to help the Senators take a lead they never gave up. Clark scored nine of her 20 points in the fourth quarter.

        Junior Jessica Sneed pulled off 10 rebounds for the Senator.

        Tyronica Satterwhite scored 16 points to lead Aiken.

        AIKEN(42) — Hodge 4 6 14, Tinsley 1 0 2, T. Satterwhite 5 6 16, A. Satterwhite 2 0 4, Byrd 1 0 2, Murray 2 0 4. Totals: 15 12 42.

        TAFT (54) — Clark 8 4 20, Sneed 1 0 2, Jennings 1 0 2, Ragland 5 4 14, Dunlap 2 1 5, Woods 2 1 5, Wise 3 0 6. Totals: 22 10 54.

        Aiken ....... 10  16  6  10—42

        Taft ....... 15  18  10  11—54

Records: A 0-6 (QCC n/a), T 2-6 (1-4 QCC).

        • Seven Hills 75, Summit 38 — The Stingers scored the game's first 13 points.

        Tyler McIlwraith scored a game-high 25 points and Keri Robertson added 19 for Seven Hills.

        SEVEN HILLS (75) — Hoffheimer 4 0 8, Howard 3 1 7, Burton 1 0 2, Robertson 8 2 19, Wossner 2 1 6, Fiore 2 0 4, McIlwraith 9 3 25, Hamlon 2 0 4. Totals: 31 7 75.

        SUMMIT COUNTRY DAY (38) — Hoeck 3 2 8, Conners 1 2 4, Hass 3 1 7, Lydon 6 0 13, Bunch 2 0 4, Kief 1 0 2. Totals: 16 5 38.

        Seven Hills ....... 21  20  10  24—75

        Summit ....... 6  12  12   8—38

3-pointers: SH-Robertson, Wossner, McIlwraith 4. S-Lydon. Records: SH 3-5 (MVC 3-4) S 4-5 (MVC 4-5). • McNicholas 63, Alter 58 — Lynn Oberschmidt scored 12 of her 18 points in the first half.

        ALTER (58) — Davis 0 1 1, Heaton 5 3 14, Thompson 8 4 20, Storer 7 2 17, Rindler 1 1 3, Brown 1 0 3. Totals: 22 11 58.

        MCNICHOLAS (63) — Flammer 3 0 8, Hornschemeier 0 1 1, B. Clark 5 1 12, A. Clark 6 2 14, J. Breving 1 0 2, Oberschmidt 9 0 18, K. Breving 2 4 8. Totals: 26 8 63.

        Alter ....... 12  11  21  14—58

        McNicholas ....... 16  15  17  15—63

3-pointers: A—Heaton, Storer, Brown. M—Flammer 2, B. Clark. Records: M 6-1 (GGCL 1-1), A 5-3 (1-2).

        • Fenwick 37, Edgewood 26 — Ashley Smith hit two 3-pointers early in the third quarter, when Fenwick outscored Edgewood 10-4 to pull away.

        Julie Becker paced Fenwick with 10 points and Smith added eight.

        EDGEWOOD (26) — Hoskins 4 5 13, Bunger 0 3 3, Edens 5 0 10. Totals: 9 8 26.

        FENWICK (37) — Becker 5 0 10, Bruggeman 4 0 8, Brown 1 0 2, Clemens 1 2 4, Wolke 1 0 3, Smith 3 0 8, Stonecash 1 0 2. Totals: 16 2 37.

        Edgewood ....... 7   6   4   9—26

        Fenwick ....... 5  12  10  10—37

3-pointers: F—Wolke, Smith 2. Records: F 4-3 (MML 4-1), E 6-3 (3-2).

        Indian Hill 61, Taylor 47 — Kari Tepe scored a game-high 20 points and grabbed 16 rebounds, Kristen Ellis had 12 points, and Erin Schmidt had 10 for Indian Hill.

        Danielle Poynter scored 13 points to pace lead Taylor.

        TAYLOR (47) — Berman 2 1 5, Doll 5 3 11, Poynter 5 3 13, Smith 2 2 6, Pakting 1 6 8, Crawfford 1 0 2, Gerwin 1 0 2. Totals: 16 15 47.

        INDIAN HILL (61) — Crooke 1 0 2, Ellis 4 4 12, David 1 3 6, Schmidt 1 7 10, Slattery 0 4 4, Tepe 8 3 20, VonLehman 2 0 4, Bracken 1 0 2, Dunham 0 1 1. Totals: 18 22 61.

        Taylor ....... 5  13  12  17—47

        Indian Hill ....... 19  16  12  14—61

3-pointers: I—David, Schmidt, Tepe. Records: T 5-2 (4-2 CHL), I 5-2 (4-2 CHL).

        • Wyoming 70, Finneytown 32 — Jenni McGee made seven of nine 3-pointers, breaking her own single-game school record of five, en route to a 30-point game for the Cowboys.

        FINNEYTOWN (32) — Neher 3 2 10, Lorber 5 0 10, Gardner 1 1 4, Warner 1 0 2, Gardlik 1 0 2, Bond 1 2 4. Totals: 12 5 32.

        WYOMING (70) — Anderson 2 0 4, Schmitt 1 0 2, Hoyles 2 1 5, Verhaeghe 2 0 4, McCarthy 7 0 14, Berkemeyer 1 0 2, McGee 12 1 32, Loper 2 1 5, Mowry 1 0 2. Totals: 330 3 70.

        Finneytown ....... 4   5  10  13—32

        Wyoming ....... 18  15  19  18—70

3-pointers: F—Neher 2, Gardner. W—McGee 7. Records: W 6-1 (CHL 5-1), F (0-5).

        • Lakota East 61, Sycamore 52 — Erin Lee scored five points during the final three minutes when the Thunderhawks went on a 14-6 run to break open the game.

        Lee and Katie Webb each finished with 17 points to lead Lakota East.

        LAKOTA EAST (61) — Williams 2 3 7, Lee 7 3 17, Nolan 4 0 8, Webb 7 3 17, Estes 4 2 10, Ring 1 0 2. Totals: 25 11 61.

        SYCAMORE (52) — Frank 4 3 11, Fitzwilson 2 2 7, Schwerdtmann 3 1 7, Kimmey 4 2 13, Dogenschutz 2 4 8, Ebel 0 3 3, Pennington 1 1 3. Totals: 16 16 52.

        Lakota East ....... 8  20  16  17—61

        Sycamore ....... 12   6  18  16—52

3-pointers: S—Fitzwilson, Kimmey 3. Records: LE 3-5 (GMC 2-4), S 3-5 (2-4).

        • Colerain 69, Middletown 55 — The Cardinals rallied in the second half behind Quanita Hailey and Alysa Croxton.

        Hailey scored 16 points to become Colerain's career scoring leader. Croxton added 23.

        COLERAIN (69) — Hailey 7 2 16, Croxton 7 8 23, Schmithorst 1 0 2, Haggard 2 2 6, Wessel 2 1 7, Mahler 3 3 9, Bankston 2 4 8. Totals: 24 20 69.

        MIDDLETOWN (55) — Veatch 2 3 7, Weingartner 9 0 21, Shields 6 3 15, Thomas 4 0 8, Landis 1 2 4. Totals: 22 8 55.

        Colerain ....... 14  16  13  26—69

        Middletown ....... 16  10  10  19—55

3-pointers: C—Wessel 2. M—Weingartner 3. Records: C 6-1 (GMC 6-0), M 1-6 (0-6).

        • Madeira 60, Reading 38 — Junior forward Amanda Davis scored a game-high 22 points, 10 in the first half, with junior center Lindsey Barnhart adding 20 points, also scoring 10 during the first half.

        MADEIRA (60) — Schnider 1 1 3, Mackris 1 2 4, Barnhill 1 0 3, Rupe 1 0 2, Groll 3 0 6, Davis 11 0 22, Barnhart 8 4 20. Totals: 26 7 60.

        READING (38) — Mi.Murphy 1 0 2, Me.Murphy 1 2 4, Bartneck 1 0 2, Sippola 2 1 5, Fletcher 1 2 4, Davis 1 0 2, Irwin 3 1 7, Dixon 0 1 1, Gee 3 0 9, Lawson 0 2 2. Totals: 13 7 38.

        Madeira ....... 12  10  14  26—60

        Reading ....... 3   6  14  15—38

3-pointers: M-Barnhill, R-Gee 3. Records: M 7-1 (CHL 5-1) R 4-3 (CHL 3-3).

        • Anderson 48, Little Miami 46 Quincy Deeds scored six points in the fourth quarter, including the winning free throws, enabling the Redskins to hold off a late Little Miami run.

        ANDERSON (48) — Kaiser 1 2 5, Sherrick 5 0 13, Deeds 8 3 19, Gruber 2 3 7, Leavy 2 0 4. Totals: 18 8 48.

        LITTLE MIAMI (46) — Werden 2 0 6, Chamberlin 1 1 3, Smiley 3 1 9, Richardson 2 0 5, C.Balser 5 7 17, S.Journey 1 2 4, L.Journey 1 0 2. Totals: 15 11 46.

        Anderson ....... 16  10  11  11—48

        Little Miami ....... 6   9  14  17—46

        3-pointers: A- Kaiser, Sherrick 3. Little Miami- Werden 2, Smiley 2, Richardson. Records: A 5-3 L 6-2.

        • Hughes 48, Mount Healthy 24 — A full-court press by the Big Red limited Mount Healthy to seven points in the first half.

        Leslie Burns paced Hughes with 16 points.

        MT. HEALTHY (24) — Bowden 0 1 1, Brewer 3 3 9, Fokiro 1 0 2, Simmons 3 5 12. Totals: 7 9 24.

        HUGHES (48) — Davis 2 1 5, Everson 3 0 6, Burns 8 0 16, Steele 1 0 2, Bridges 2 0 4, Pettyjohn 4 1 9, Johnson 2 2 6. Totals: 22 4 48.

        Mt. Healthy ....... 4   3  2  15—25

        Hughes ....... 13  15  6  14—48

        3-pointers: M—Simmons. Records: H 7-1 (QCC 5-0), MH 5-2 (4-1).

        • Princeton 67, Fairfield 56 — Brie Bradshaw scored 24 points and grabbed eight rebounds to pace the Vikings.

        Freshman guard Wanisha Smith scored a game high 29 points for Fairfield.

        FAIRFIELD (56) — Buczek 1 0 2, Smith 9 11 29, Davenport 5 1 13, Taylor 3 3 9, Carty 1 0 3. Totals: 19 15 56.

        PRINCETON (67) — Davis 5 8 19, McNamara 2 1 6, Whitfield 0 1 1, Bradshaw 8 8 24, Simons 3 1 7, Duncan 2 0 4, Smith 3 0 6. Totals: 23 19 67.

        Fairfield ....... 10  11  15  20—56

        Princeton ....... 18  15  12  22—67

        3-pointers: F—Davenport 2, Carty. PDavis, McNamara. Records: P 5-3, 3-3 GMC; F 4-3, 3-3 GMC.

        • Greenview 58, Blanchester 30

        Blanchester — Burroughs 3 0 6, Zimmer 2 1 5, Fey 1 1 3, Schlake 2 1 5, Meineke 0 1 1, Martin 4 2 10. Totals 12 6 30

        Greenview — Persinger 1 0 2, Haines 3 3 9, Teynor 4 0 10, Morris 3 1 7, Sweat 1 0 2, Pauley 3 0 6, Jacobson 1 4 6, Corbin 3 0 6, Tobe 2 3 7, Harper 1 0 3. Totals: 22 11 58

        Blanchester ....... 6  10  7  7-58

        Greenview ....... 20  22  7  9-30

        Three-point field goals:Blanchester 0; Greenview 3 (Harper, Teynor 2). Records: G 6-0, B 0-7

       



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