Sunday, December 24, 2000

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Finnell leads Purcell Marian

        Sophomore guard Keri Finnell scored six of her 11 points and was 4-for-4 from the line in the fourth quarter to lead Purcell Marian to a 40-33 win over Roger Bacon.

        Sophomore center Patti White led all scorers with 12 points for Purcell Marian, ranked seventh in the Enquirer's Division II-IV coaches' poll. Julie Metz led Roger Bacon with 11.

        ROGER BACON (33) — Weathers 2 3 7, Kelly 1 0 2, Metz 3 5 11, Hazelbaker 4 0 9, Holden 1 2 4. Totals: 11 10 33.

        PURCELL MARIAN (40) — Hale 3 2 8, Finnell 3 5 11, Qualters 2 0 4, P. White 5 2 12, Reese 1 1 3, A. White 1 0 2. Totals: 15 10 40.

        Roger Bacon ....... 7  10  11  5—33

        Purcell Marian ....... 10  15  3  12—40

3-pointers: R—Hazelbaker. Record: R 4-4 (1-2), P 7-1 (3-0 GGCL).

        Goshen 65, Clinton-Massie 39 — Nikki Scott scored 16 of her 21 points in the first half to get the Warriors rolling in the championship game of the Goshen Holiday Tournament.

        Mindy Wood scored 10 points for Clinton-Massie, which was only 4-of-21 from the field in the first half.

        CLINTON—MASSIE (39) — L. Ferrau 2 2 6, D. Ferrau 1 0 2, Brigano 1 0 2, Willkinson 1 2 4, Duncan 2 4 8, Wood 4 2 10, Fisher 1 3 5, Sudman 1 0 2. Totals: 13 13 39.

        GOSHEN (65) — Rise 3 1 7, Marsh 1 0 3, Polly 1 1 3, Jay 2 0 4, Martin 2 0 6, Bitzer 4 0 9, Scott 10 1 21, Phillips 4 4 12. Totals: 27 7 65.

        Clinton-Massie ....... 5   8   8  18—39

        Goshen ....... 17  16  10  22—65

        3-pointers: G—Martin, Marsh, Bitzer. Records: C 3-6, G 8-1.

        • Clermont Northeastern 66, Deer Park 49 — Senior Stephanie Roy scored 10 of her game-high 25 points in the third quarter for CNE.

        Junior Kari Wilson scored 10 points to lead Deer Park.

        DEER PARK (49) — Miskimens 4 0 9, Nally 1 1 3, Dennis 4 1 9, Jen. Houston 0 1 1, Wilson 2 6 10, Howard 1 1 3, Eigel 2 0 6, Jes. Houston 3 2 8. Totals: 17 12 49.

        CLERMONT NORTHEASTERN (66) — Roy 10 4 25, Smithers 3 0 6, Miller 2 0 4, Galvin 1 4 6, Castro 0 2 2, Cunningham 2 0 4, Creamer 1 5 7, Dirr 4 4 12. Totals: 23 19 66.

        Deer Park ....... 6  13  10  20—49

        Clermont Northeastern ....... 10  12  19  25—66

        3-pointers: D — Eigel 2, Miskimens. C — Roy. Record: C 3-6.

        • Talawanda 37, Dayton Carroll 33 — Talawanda overcame 9-of-21 shooting at the free-throw line in the fourth quarter to hold on.

        Sarah Keehner led Talawanda with nine points and also had 13 rebounds.

        DAYTON CARROLL (33) — Stickel 1 0 3, McGloin 1 3 5, Streck 2 5 9, Wiley 3 1 7, Graves 4 1 9. Totals: 11 10 33.

        TALAWANDA (37) — Miller 0 3 3, Bulach 3 1 7, Keehner 2 5 9, Jacquemin 3 1 8, Bower 3 2 8, Schulte 1 0 2. Totals: 12 12 37.

        Dayton Carroll ....... 8  6  10  9—33

        Talawanda ....... 8  9  6  14—37

        3-pointers: D — Stickel. T — Jacquemin. Records: T 4-7 (2-3 MML).

        • Colerain 66, Northwest 55 — Quanita Hailey, Colerain's career scoring leader, scored six points in each quarter and was 10-of-12 on free throws to lead the Cardinals, ranked No.4 in the Enquirer's Division I coaches' poll.

        Senior Bobbi Meister scored a team-high 11 points and her sister, Sam Meister, scored 10 to lead Northwest.

        COLERAIN (66) — Hailey 7 10 24, Cruxton 1 1 3, Haggard 5 2 12, Wessel 6 1 17, Mahler 1 2 4, Bankston 2 0 4, Grace 1 0 2. Totals: 23 16 66.

        NORTHWEST (55) — B. Meister 5 0 11, Kuhn 1 0 2, Jared 3 1 7, Kennedy 2 1 5, S. Meister 5 0 10, Schur 1 0 3, Campbell 1 0 2, Dobrowolski 3 3 9, Dakin 2 2 6. Totals: 23 7 55.

        Colerain ....... 18  12  19  17—66

        Northwest ....... 10  13  23  9—55

        3-pointers: C — Wessel 4. N — B. Meister, Schur. Records: C 7-1, N 3-5.

        • McNicholas 50, Anderson 34 — After trailing by six points, McNicholas went on a 15-5 run in the fourth quarter to take con trol of the game.

        Kim Breving had 12 points and Ashley Clark had 12 points and 12 rebounds for McNicholas. Jenny Sherrick had 19 points for Anderson.

        ANDERSON (34) — Gearhart 1 0 3, Sherrick 6 3 19, Deeds 3 2 8, Gruber1 2 4. Totals:11 7 34.

        MCNICHOLAS (50) — Hornschemeier 4 0 8, B.Clark 3 1 8, A.Clark 5 2 12, J.Breving 2 0 4, Oberschmidt 3 0 6, K.Breving 5 1 12. Totals: 22 4 50.

        Anderson ....... 9   5  15   5—34

        McNicholas ....... 11  11  13  15—50

        3-pointers: A-Gearhart, Sherrick 4. M-B.Clark, K.Breving. Records: M 7-1.

       



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