Friday, December 29, 2000

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Munoz injured in Mason victory

        Jere' Issenmann scored 17 points and Mason defeated Wooster 48-34 to advance to tonight's championship in its own Holiday Tournament against Cleveland East Tech.

        Mason senior center Michelle Munoz left with an ankle injury in the third quarter.

        WOOSTER (34) — Iceman 1 0 2, W.Taylor 5 0 2, Brown 2 0 4, Bender 1 1 3, Hicks 1 0 2, K.Taylor 3 0 9, Meenan 1 0 2. Totals: 14 1 34.

        MASON (48) — McKinney 1 0 2, Hampshire 1 5 7, Stein 3 3 10, Shull 0 1 1, Issenmann 7 1 17, Munoz 4 3 11. Totals: 16 13 48.

        Wooster ....... 8  11   6   9—34

        Mason ....... 14  11   6  17—48

        3-pointers: W-W.Taylor 2, K.Taylor 3; M- Stein, Issenman 2. Records: W 7-4, M 7-2

        • Mount Notre Dame 62, Columbus Bishop Hartley 58, at Mason Holiday Classic — Mel Thomas scored 17 points for MND , and Liz Braun had 14.

        MOUNT NOTRE DAME (62) — Rohlfs 1 6 8, Hughes 1 0 2, Hogan 1 0 2, Ergel 3 3 9, Nahrup 0 1 1, Thomas 3 8 17, Cook 1 2 4, Barber 1 0 5, Braun 7 0 14. Totals: 18 20 62.

        BISHOP HARTLEY (58) — Gruber 4 3 23, Feyes 4 2 10, Powell 1 0 2, Greer 4 2 13, Boyer 4 0 8, Tucker 1 0 2. Totals: 18 7 58.

        MND ....... 12  16  13  21—62

        Bishop Hartley ....... 6  11  17  24—58

        3-pointers: M- Thomas, Barber; B- Gruber 4, Greer. Records: M 4-5, B 4-2.

        • Purcell Marian 57, Felicity 47, Nadine Wilson Holiday Tournament at Madeira — Sophomore Keri Finnell scored 21 points for Purcell.

        PURCELL MARIAN (57) — Simpson 2 0 6, Hale 5 0 10, Finnell 9 3 21, P.White 5 3 13, Reese 1 0 2, A.White 2 1 5. Totals: 24 11 57.

        FELICITY (47) — Bell 3 0 7, Easter 7 1 19, Cas.Hall 5 0 10, Can.Hall 5 1 11. Totals: 20 2 47.

        Purcell ....... 10  14  21  12—57

        Felicity ....... 14  13   9  11—47

        3-pointers: P-Simpson 2; F-Bell, Easter 4. Records: P 8-1.

        • Madeira 51, New Richmond 21, at Nadine Wilson Holiday Tournament — The Amazons forced 40 turnovers. Amanda Davis led Madeira with 14 points.

        NEW RICHMOND (21) — Loving 1 4 7, Horn 2 1 5, Boys 2 0 4, Tress 2 1 5. Totals: 7 6 21.

        MADEIRA (51) — Schneder 1 0 2, Mackris 0 2 2, Barnhill 2 1 5, Rupe 1 0 2, Sotelo 1 0 2, Groll 4 0 8, Davis 7 0 14, Tuke 1 0 2, Barnhart 3 6 12, Burnett 1 0 2. Totals: 21 9 51.

        New Richmond ....... 6   2   2  11—21

        Madeira ....... 12  11  18  10—51

3-pointers: N-Loving. Records: N 4-4, M 8-1.

        • Highlands 36, St. Ursula 34, at Wyoming Holiday Tournament — Katie Winkler's field goal with one second left gave the Bluebirds the victory.

        HIGHLANDS (36) — Gibson 2 0 4, Winkler 1 0 2, Ripberger 0 5 5, Cohen 1 0 2, Boothe 10 2 23. Totals: 14 7 36.

        ST. URSULA (34) — Schroder 1 1 3, Naltner 6 0 12, Grogan 0 2 2, Mahon 4 2 12, Connaughton 1 2 4, Dooley 0 1 1. Totals: 12 8 34.

        Highlands ....... 7  10   8  11—36

        St. Ursula ....... 11   4  12   7—34

        3-pointers: H-Boothe; S-Mahon 2.

        • Wyoming 57, Roger Bacon 49, at Wyoming Holiday Tournament — A pressure defense in the second half paved the way for the Cowboys' victory.

        ROGER BACON (49) — Byrd 1 0 2, Frentsos 1 0 2, Withers 4 2 10, Zins 1 0 2, Kelly 2 2 7, Metz 2 0 4, Hazelbaker 5 1 11, Sorter 1 0 3, Holden 4 0 8. Totals: 21 5 49.

        WYOMING (57) — Anderson 2 1 6, Hoyles 4 1 9, Verhaeghe 3 5 11, McCarthy 4 4 12, Bell 1 0 2, McGee 5 6 17. Totals: 19 17 57.

        Roger Bacon ....... 8   4  15  22—49

        Wyoming ....... 10  10  18  19—57

        3-pointers: R- Kelly, Sorter; W- Anderson, McGee. Records: R 5-4, W 7-1.

        • Springboro 61, Monroe 29 — Lindsay Wight had 15 points in the third quarter, when Springboro outscored Monroe 28-8.

        MONROE (29) — Miller 1 0 2, Markley 2 3 7, Morgan 3 1 7, Christopher 2 0 4, Trutte 2 3 7, Dehart 1 0 2. Totals: 11 7 29.

        SPRINGBORO (61) — Dwyer 0 1 1, Grahm 0 2 2, Teets 0 2 2, Sullivan 7 0 15, Lacy 1 0 2, Wight 9 1 19, Ballard 7 2 16, Meacham 1 0 2, Wright 1 0 2. Totals: 26 8 61.

        Monroe ....... 6   3   8  12—29

        Springboro ....... 16  10  28   7—61

        3-pointers: S-Sullivan. Records: M 2-7 (MML 0-5); S 8-1 (MML 5-0).

        Sycamore 59, Middletown 49 — Aviators Emily Scherdtmann and Jessica Fitzwilson combined for 13 points in the third quarter.

        Fitzwilson finished with 14 points and six assists. Anne Weingartner scored 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for Middletown.

        MIDDLETOWN (49) — Weingartner 4 7 15, Shields 2 0 4, Thomas 6 0 12, Mack 3 0 8, Landis 2 0 5, Russell 1 3 5. Totals: 17 10 49.

        SYCAMORE (59) — Frank 2 2 6, Fitzwilson 6 2 14, Schwerdtmann 8 3 19, Murphy 1 2 4, Wade 1 0 3, Bogenschutz 1 0 2, Ebel 2 0 4, Pennington 3 0 6. Totals: 24 10 59.

        Middletown ....... 18   6   9  14—49

        Sycamore ....... 6  20  20  13—59

        3-pointers: M—Mack 2, Landis. S—Wade. Records: S 4-5 (GMC 3-4), M 1-8.

        • Lakota East 56, Hamilton 37 — The Thunderhawks forced 18 turnovers, and Katie Webb had 16 points.

        HAMILTON (37) — Delong 4 5 15, Brosey 3 0 7, Marshall 1 0 2, Benison 1 0 2, Fox 1 0 2, Brown 2 3 7, Vance 0 2 2. Totals: 12 10 37.

        LAKOTA EAST (56) — Andrea 0 1 1, Williams 3 0 7, Lee 7 1 15, Nollen 1 0 2, Webb 7 2 16, Estes 5 4 14, Ring 0 1 1. Totals: 23 9 56.

        Hamilton ....... 9   6  10  12—37

        Lakota East ....... 12  15  14  15—56

        3-pointers: H—Delong 2, Brose; L—Williams. Records: H 1-7, L 4-5 (3-4 GMC).

        • Harrison 46, Taylor 27 — April Lux had 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Wildcats.

        TAYLOR (27) — Neidhard 1 3 5, Gerwin 4 1 11, Poynter 3 0 7, Smith 2 0 4. Totals: 10 4 27.

        HARRISON (46) — Santillo 1 0 2, Brooks 1 3 6, Holderer 2 0 5, Toney 3 2 8, Lux 5 3 13, Grauvogel 1 1 3, Ramsick 4 1 9. Totals: 15 10 46.

        Taylor ....... 8   5   5   9—27

        Harrison ....... 8  11  13  14—46

        3-pointers: T—Gerwin 2, Poynter. H—Brooks, Holderer. Records: H 5-2, T 4-6.

        • Seton 60, Badin 53 — Julie Robbins scored 17 of her 19 points in the second half for Seton.

        With the score tied 39-39, Seton went on a 7-0 run and Badin never got closer than two points after that. Kristin Shull paced led the Rams with 14 points.

        SETON (60) — Robbins 5 8 19, Kelsey 1 4 7, Schiller 4 3 11, A. Meyer 3 2 8, Welch 1 0 3, E. Meyer 1 4 6, Day 0 2 2, Leonard 2 0 4. Totals: 17 23 60.

        BADIN (53) — Brennan 1 0 3, Shull 5 4 14, Overton 2 2 6, Morner 4 0 8, Parker 4 2 10, Collins 0 2 2, Sphire 3 0 6, Beckett 1 1 4. Totals: 20 11 53.

        Seton ....... 11  11  19  19—60

        Badin ....... 11  18  10  14—53

        3-pointers: S—Robbins, Kelsey, Welch. B—Brennan, Beckett. Records: S 5-4, B 4-5.

        • Amelia 62, Western Hills 29 — Robin Davidson had 16 points and Deidra Cammeresi had 15 for Amelia. Kiza Bullock led Western Hills with 16 points.

        WESTERN HILLS (29) — S. Tolliver 1 0 2, R. Tolliver 1 0 3, Russia 2 0 4, Bullock 5 6 16, Edwards 1 0 2, Anderson 1 0 2. Totals: 11 6 29.

        AMELIA (62) — Shields 2 0 4, Votapek 3 0 6, Brown 1 0 2, Gillespie 3 0 6, Davidson 7 2 16, Guinan 1 0 3, Emmert 5 0 10, Cammeresi 5 4 15. Totals: 27 6 62.

        Western Hills ....... 2   8  11   8—29

        Amelia ....... 19  19  16   8—62

        3-pointers: W—R. Tolliver. A—Guinan, Cammeresi. Records: A 4-5, W 3-5.

        • Anderson 61, Loveland 31 — Quincey Deeds finished with a game-high 25 points for Anderson. Nicole Wilson led Loveland with 10 points.

        LOVELAND (31) — Smith 0 1 1, Miller 2 2 6, Wilson 3 4 10, Gruver 4 0 9, Brosemar 2 1 5. Totals: 11 8 31.

        ANDERSON (61) — Cooper 1 0 2, Kaiser 1 0 2, Gearhart 2 1 5, Sherrick 3 1 8, Deeds 11 3 25, Gruber 5 0 12, Leavy 1 0 2, Kelly 2 0 4, Bove 0 1 1. Totals: 26 6 61.

        Loveland ....... 9  10   7   5—31

        Anderson ....... 23  14  16   8—61

        3-pointers: L—Gruver. A—Gruber 2, Sherrick. Records: A 5-5, L 3-7.

        • Fairfield 62, Colerain 61 — Junior guard Katie Hanck grabbed a rebound and scored a field goal with six seconds remaining for Fairfield.

        COLERAIN (61) — Croxton 3 0 6, Haggard 2 1 5, Wessel 5 1 15, Mahler 2 7 11, Hailey 8 8 24. Totals: 20 17 61.

        FAIRFIELD (62) — Buczek 1 0 2, Hanck 2 0 5, Smith 9 10 28, Davenport 3 0 7, Taylor 5 1 11, Carty 2 1 6, Hauck 1 1 3. Totals: 23 13 62.

        Colerain ....... 8  14  18  21—61

        Fairfield ....... 14  16  12  20—62

        3-pointers:C-Wessel 4, F-Hanck, Davenport, Carty. Records: F 5-3, 4-3 GMC.

       



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