Sunday, December 31, 2000

Cincinnati-N.Ky. girls basketball games




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Molly Hall and Rachele Vogelpohl each scored 11 points to lead Holy Cross over Walnut Hills 44-35. Katie Antle scored 12 points for the Eagles.

        HOLY CROSS (44) — Noll 1 3 5, Hall 5 1 11, Engelman 3 0 9, Batsche 2 2 6, Vogelpohl 3 5 11, Arlinghaus 1 0 2. Totals: 15 11 44.

        WALNUT HILLS (35) — Fennell 1 0 2, Marsh 1 1 3, Kelsey 1 0 2, Greene 3 1 7, Turner 1 0 3, Martin 0 2 2, Wilson 1 2 4, Antle 5 2 12. Totals: 13 8 44.

        Holy Cross ....... 14  11  13   6—44

        Walnut Hills ....... 6   8   9  12—35

        3-pointers: H—Engelman 3. W—Turner. Records: H 5-2, W 5-3.

        • McAuley 55, North College Hill 44 — Junior center Julie Rosing scored 17 of her game-high 21 points in the second half for the Mohawks. Amber Flynn led NCH with 17 points.

        NORTH COLLEGE HILL (44) — L. Johnson 2 0 4, S. Johnson 1 5 7, Miller 5 5 16, Flynn 6 5 17. Totals: 14 15 44.

        MCAULEY (55) — Sullivan 0 2 2, Rack 1 1 3, Sunderman 0 2 2, Reilman 1 1 3, Hoffman 0 2 2, Lichtenfeld 3 2 8, Koenig 4 2 10, Kampschmidt 2 0 4. Rosing 9 3 21. Totals: 20 15 55.

        NCH ....... 9  16   7  12—44

       McAuley ....... 13  13  10  19—55

        3-pointers: N—Miller. Records: M 7-3, N 4-2.

        • Sycamore 54, Glen Este 42 — Emily Schwerdtmann scored 13 points for Sycamore.

        GLEN ESTE (42) — Kools 2 0 4, Dorsch 7 2 17, Pennington 1 0 2, Riley 5 0 14, Gee 1 0 3, Nickum 1 0 2. Totals: 17 2-4 42.

        SYCAMORE (54) — Frank 5 2 12, Fitzwilson 3 2 8, Goure 1 0 2, Schwerdtmann 5 3 13, Kimmey 3 4 10, Ebel 1 0 2, Pennington 1 6 8. Totals: 18 18-24 54.

        Glen Este ....... 6   7  12  17—42

        Sycamore ....... 12  10  11  21—54

        3-pointers: G—Dorsch, Riley 4, Gee. Records: S 5-5, G 3-6.

        • Lakota East 61, Turpin 43 — Angela Estes a game-high 18 points for Lakota East.

        Senior Kelly Anderson led Turpin with 14 points.

        LAKOTA EAST (61) — Andrea 1 2 5, Williams 2 1 5, Lee 4 6 14, Nollen 4 1 9, Webb 3 4 10, Estes 7 4 18. Totals: 21 18-27 61.

        TURPIN (43) — Cummings 2 3 7, Biser 4 1 10, Hensley 1 2 5, Fox 1 0 2, Anderson 6 2 14, Page 0 1 1, Watts 2 0 4. Totals: 16 9-16 43.

        Lakota East ....... 21  10  15  15—61

        Turpin ....... 10  15   6  12—43

        3-pointers: L—Andrea. T—Biser, Hensley. Records: T 2-7, L 5-5.

        • Little Miami 49, Wilmington 33 — Little Miami made 13 of its 16 foul shots in the fourth quarter — six straight by Courtney Balser — to break open the game.

        WILMINGTON (33) — Shumaker 1 0 2, Dell 2 1 5, Lansing 2 1 5, Hodson 2 2 6, Davis 3 3 9, Schaad 3 0 6. Totals: 13 7-15 33.

        LITTLE MIAMI (49) — Werden 0 3 3, Chamberlain 2 2 6, Smiley 1 5 7, Richardson 2 1 5, C. Balser 5 10 20, Journeay 1 3 5, L. Journeay 1 0 3. Totals: 12 24-32 49.

        Wilmington ....... 10   7   6  10—33

        Little Miami ....... 13   3  10  23—49

        3-pointers: L—L. Journeay. Records: L 8-2, 4-1 FAVC; W 4-6, 1-4 FAVC.

        • Fenwick 35, Middletown Madison 27, small-school championship, Miami Middletown Classic — The Falcons won their 10th MUM championship in the tournament's 22-year history.

        MADISON (27) — Norvell 0 3 3, Delscamp 1 0 2, E. Kroger 1 2 5, H. Kroger 3 0 6, Young 1 6 8, Snowden 1 0 3. Totals: 7 11 27.

        FENWICK (35) — Stonewash 2 1 5, Smith 3 0 7, Bruggeman 2 4 8, Clemens 0 2 2, Becker 5 3 13. Totals: 12 10 35.

        Madison ....... 2   4   3  18—27

        Fenwick ....... 12   3   9  11—35

        3-pointers: M—E. Kroger, Snowden. F—Smith. Records: F 6-3, M 4-4.

        • Midd. Christian 49, Carlisle 43, small-school consolation, Miami Middletown Classic — Lauren Fox scored 24 points and the Eagles rallied from an eight-point halftime deficit.

        CARLISLE (43) — Alcorn 3 0 6, Boy 4 1 10, Stebelton 2 1 5, Tarbox 5 1 14, Snyder 4 0 8. Totals: 18 3 43.

        MIDD. CHRISTIAN (49) — Taylor 1 0 2, Flynn 2 0 4, Breeding 3 2 8, Esselman 1 0 2, Allen 2 4 9, Fox 7 8 24. Totals: 16 14 49.

        Carlisle ....... 15  9   7  12—43

        Midd. Ch. ....... 9  7  16  17—49

        3-pointers: C—Boy, Stebelton 3. MC—Allen, Fox 2. Records: C 2-7.

        • Trotwood-Madison 69, Kings 58, Miami Middletown Classic big-school championship — Sarah Fox led Kings with a game-high 26 points.

        TROTWOOD (69) — Smith 0 1 1, Dunson 2 2 7, Kelly 1 2 5, Gutherie 8 8 24, Pearson 4 3 11, Finley 5 3 13, Battle 2 4 8. Totals: 22 23 69.

        KINGS (58) — Heekin 6 2 17, Oliva 1 0 2, Roudabush 2 2 6, S. Fox 7 10 26, McClung 2 0 4, L. Fox 1 0 3. Totals: 19 14 58.

        Trotwood ....... 11  13  18  27—69

        Kings ....... 8  15  20  15—58

        3-pointers: T—Dunson, Kelly. K—S. Fox 2, L. Fox, Heekin 3. Records: K 6-2, T 8-1.

        Consolation game: Dayton Christian 47, Valley View 39.

        • Ursuline 71, Anderson Highland, Ind., 58 — at North Central Classic — Stephanie Blackburn and Erin Davren each scored 13 points for the Lions.

        URSULINE (71) — Obert 2 5 9, Klein 3 0 8, S.Blackburn 6 1 13, Burke 4 0 9, Davren 5 3 13, M.Blackburn 1 0 2, Howell 4 3 12, Walker 0 5 5. Totals: 25 17 71.

        ANDERSON HIGHLAND (58) — Marsh 3 8 16, Preston 1 0 2, Morgan 10 2 22, VanWinkle 2 0 4, Ash 1 4 6, Heberling 1 0 2, Simmons 1 0 2, McCormack 0 2 2, Brown 1 0 2. Totals: 20 16 58.

        Ursuline ....... 22  12  15  22—71

        Anderson Highland ....... 8  16  11  23—58

        3-pointers: U- Klein 2, Burke, Howell; A- Marsh 2. Records: U 5-6, A 2-9.

        • North Adams 49, West Union 37 — McDonald's Classic at Peebles — MacKenzie Copas was tournament MVP for North Adams.

        WEST UNION (37) — McClannhan 6 1 15, Fulton 1 0 2, Rhonemus 3 3 9, Caplinger 2 0 4, Torres 2 3 7. Totals: 14 7 37.

        NORTH ADAMS (49) — Copas 8 0 18, Pence 1 0 2, Simpson 1 2 4, Brown 4 1 11, Fulton 2 2 6, Shreffler 1 0 2, Shupert 1 4 6. Totals: 18 9 49.

        West Union ....... 9   4  10  14—37

        North Adams ....... 17  12   7  13—49

3-pointers: W- McClanahan 2; N- Copas 2, Brown 2. Records: W 6-2, N 7-1.

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