Thursday, December 28, 2000

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Late Mason free throws hold off Canton McKinley

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Mason made nine of 12 free throws in the fourth period Wednesday night, securing a 60-45 victory over previously unbeaten Canton McKinley in the first round of the girls Mason Holiday Classic.

        The Comets, defending Division I state champions and the city's top-ranked team, had lost two in a row.

        Jere' Issenmann made four free throws and Nicole Stein three to seal the victory.

        Michelle Munoz led Mason with 22 points and 13 rebounds, Issenmann finished with 21 points.

        Mason plays Wooster tonight at 9 p.m.

        MCKINLEY (45) — Robinson 6 1 16, Stevens 2 1 5, Vance 5 0 10, Humphries 4 0 9, Valentine 2 1 5. Totals: 19 3 45.

        MASON (60) — Hampshire 1 0 2, Stein 4 3 13, Shull 1 0 2, Issenmann 7 4 21, Munoz 7 8 22. Totals: 20 15 60.

        McKinley ....... 17   7  14   7—45

        Mason ....... 15  17  12  16—60

        3-pointers: Mc—Robinson 3, Humphries. Mas—Stein 2, Issenmann 3. Records: Mas 6-2, Mc 8-1.

        • Wooster 49, Shaker Heights 40, at Mason Holiday Classic — Jaime Cline and Erin Bender both sank four free throws in the fourth quarter to secure the victory for the Generals.

        Whitney Taylor led Wooster with 14 points while Tracy Jacobs from Shaker Heights led all scorers with 16, 13 in the first half.

        SHAKER HEIGHTS (40) — Agee 2 0 4, Brooks 0 1 1, Farley 2 0 4, Clair 1 0 3, Holloway 2 2 6, Jacobs 5 5 16, Grime 3 0 6. Totals: 15 8 40.

        WOOSTER (49) — Iceman 0 1 1, W.Taylor 6 2 14, Cline 1 4 6, Brown 0 1 1, Bender 2 6 10, Hicks 1 0 2, K.Taylor 2 2 8, Meenan 3 1 7. Totals: 15 17 49.

        Shaker Heights ....... 14  10   5  11—40

        Wooster ....... 13  14   6  16—49

        3-pointers: S- Clair, Jacobs. W- K.Taylor 2. Records: S 6-2, W 7-3.

        • Toledo Central Catholic 58, Columbus Bishop Hartley 40, at Mason The Fighting Irish took a 19-6 first quarter lead and were never headed in downing the defending Division II state champion Hawks.

        TCC (58) — Kulb 1 0 2, Clark 1 0 2, Dougherty 1 5 7, Grosjean 0 1 1, Helvey 5 4 14, Brown 7 4 18, Wernert 5 2 12, Parker 1 0 2. Totals: 21 16 58.

        CBH (40) — Gruber 0 1 1, Feijes 4 2 11, Powell 5 0 11, Phillips 1 0 2, Greer 4 3 11, Boyer 1 0 2, Tucker 0 2 2. Totals: 15 8 40.

        TCC ....... 19  13  13  13—58

        CBH ....... 6  13  12   9—40

       

3-pointers: C—Feijes, Powell. Records: T 7-0, C 4-1.

        • Cleveland East Tech 55, Mount Notre Dame 52, at Mason Holiday Classic — Tech sank crucial free throws during the final 30 seconds to defeat the Cougars.

        MOUNT NOTRE DAME (52) — Rohlfs 1 2 4, Engel 1 0 2, Nahrup 3 0 8, Thomas 7 8 26, Barber 1 1 3, Braun 4 1 9. Totals: 17 12 52.

        CLEVLAND EAST TECH (55) — Rivers 3 3 9, Chambers 2 0 5, Turner 13 5 33, Jackson 1 1 4, Hurt 0 2 2, McClain 1 0 2. Totals: 20 11 55.

        Mount Notre Dame ....... 15  14  14   9—52

        Clevland East Tech ....... 6  15  18  16—55

        3-pointers: M-Nahrup 2, Thomas 4. C-Chambers 1, Turner 2, Jackson 1. Records: M 3-5, C 9-1.

        • McAuley 63, Northwest 39 — Nikki Lichtenfeld scored seven points in the second quarter and Julie Rosing added 10, propelling the Mohawks into a commanding 35-19 lead.

        Tina Dobrowolski scored 10 points in a losing effort for the Knights.

        McAULEY (63) — Sullivan 1 0 2, Miller 0 2 2, Rack 2 2 6, Sunderman 2 0 5, Reilman 0 2 2, Hoffman 3 0 7, Lichtenfeld 4 2 11, Koenig 3 0 6, Kampschmidt 3 0 6, Rust 2 2 6, Rosing 5 0 10. Totals: 25 10 63.

        NORTHWEST (39) — Jared 2 1 5, Kennedy 0 3 3, Meister 3 3 9, Schur 1 1 3, Dobrowolski 4 2 10, Edwards 1 0 2, Dakin 3 1 7. Totals: 14 11 39.

        McAuley ....... 13  22  16  12—63

        Northwest ....... 10   9  12   8—39

3-pointers: M—Sunderman, Hoffman, Lichtenfeld. Records: M 6-3, N 3-7.

        • North Adams 57, Manchester 12, at Adams County Holiday Tournament at Peebles — The Green Devils scored the first 29 points. Sophomore guard MacKinzie Copas showed the way.

        MANCHESTER (12) — N. Butcher 1 1 3, Sparks 1 0 2, Cluxton 1 1 3, B. Butcher 2 0 4. Totals: 5 2 12.

        NORTH ADAMS (57) — Baxla 1 0 2, Copas 8 1 17, Pence 1 0 2, Robinson 0 2 2, Simpson 2 0 4, Brown 3 1 8, Fulton 5 4 14, Shressler 0 1 1, Tolle 0 1 1, Shupert 3 0 6. Totals: 23 10 57.

        Manchester ....... 0   6  3   3—12

        North Adams ....... 23  10  7  17—57

3-pointers: N—Brown. Records: N 7-1, M 1-7.

       



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