Friday, January 05, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Lakota West stays unbeaten in GMC

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Lakota West took a major step toward winning the Greater Miami Conference girls basketball title with a 53-36 victory over Princeton Thursday at Princeton.

        Lakota West (81-, 7-0 GMC) shot 70 percent from the field while holding Princeton (5-5, 4-4) to 25 percent.

        Amber James scored 10 points for Princeton.

        LAKOTA WEST (53) — Gostisha 1 0 2, Comisar 4 7 15, Tyburski 0 1 1, Swift 3 3 9, Wright 6 6 18, Carlberg 2 0 4, Eifert 2 0 4. Totals: 18 17 53.

        PRINCETON (36) — Davis 2 2 8, McNamara 0 2 2, Hervas 2 0 4, James 3 4 10, Bradshaw 2 1 5, Simons 1 0 2, Duncan 0 1 1, Smith 1 2 4. Totals: 11 8 36.

        Lakota West ....... 8  14  12  19—53

        Princeton ....... 5  4  11  16—36

        3-pointers: P — Davis 2. Records: 8-1 (7-0 GMC), P 5-5 (4-4 GMC).

        • Oak Hills 47, Colerain 36 — The Highlanders took over sole possession of second place in the GMC.

        Vanessa Laug scored 17 points for the Highlanders.

        OAK HILLS (47) — Sauers 2 0 4, Martini 1 0 3, Cornelius 0 2 2, Fehr 4 1 11, Lack 1 0 2, Laug 4 9 17, Holmes 2 4 8. Totals: 14 17 47.

        COLERAIN (36) — Hailey 2 4 8, Croxton 2 4 7, Haggard 1 1 3, Wessel 2 0 6, Mahler 1 7 9, Bankston 0 3 3. Totals: 8 18 36.

        Oak Hills ....... 9  12  11  15—47

        Colerain ....... 6   6  14  10—36

        3-pointers: O-Fehr 2; C-Wessel 2. Records: O 8-1 (7-1 GMC), C 7-3 (7-2 GMC).

        • Sycamore 47, Hamilton 39 — Jessica Fitzwilson made a 3-pointer and four free throws during the final five minutes, breaking a 34-34 tie for the Aviators.

        SYCAMORE (47) — Frank 1 4 6, Fitzwilson 2 7 12, Goure 1 0 2, Schwerdtmann 4 1 9, Kimmey 1 2 4, Wade 1 0 2, Ebel 1 2 4, Pennington 4 0 8. Totals: 15 16 47.

        HAMILTON (39) — DeLong 2 0 6, Brosey 1 0 2, Marshall 3 2 9, Young 1 0 2, Fox 3 1 7, Brown 3 0 7, Vance 2 2 6. Totals: 15 5 39.

        Sycamore ....... 7  13   9  18—47

        Hamilton ....... 10   8  12   9—39

        3-pointers: S-Fitzwilson 1; H-DeLong 2, Marshall 1, Brown 1. Records: S 6-5 (4-4 GMC), H 3-8 (1-7).

        • Fairfield 53, Middletown 40 — Wanisha Smith had 28 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Indians. Brittany Shields led the Middies with 22 points and 11 rebounds.

        FAIRFIELD (53) — Buczek 2 1 5, Smith 7 14 28, Davenport 2 4 8, Taylor 1 2 4, Carty 1 1 4, Hauck 1 2 4. Totals: 14 24 53.

        MIDDLETOWN (40) — Veatch 1 0 2, Weingartner 2 0 4, Shields 9 4 22, Rupp 1 1 3, Mack 1 0 2, Landis 1 0 2, Russell 2 1 5. Totals: 17 6 40.

        Fairfield ....... 15  14  10  14—53

        Middletown ....... 13  8  5  14—40

        3-pointers: F — Carty.

        Milford 56, Lakota East 52 — Jen Hrovat scored 15 points for Milford.

        LAKOTA EAST (52) — Andrea 3 2 9, Williams 2 0 4, Lee 4 8 16, Nollen 3 0 6, Marshall 2 2 6, Estes 4 0 8, Ring 1 1 3. Totals: 19 13 52.

        MILFORD (56) — Thomas 2 0 4, Jack 2 1 6, Moorman 3 1 9, Hrovat 6 2 15, Gaible 4 2 10, Richmond 1 4 6, Gardner 3 0 6. Totals: 21 10 56. Lakota East ....... 13  12  14  11—52

        Milford ....... 10  17  16  13—56

        3-pointers: L-Andrea 1; M-Jack 1, Moorman 2, Hrovat 1. Records: L 5-6, M 3-7 (2-4).

       

Miami Valley Conference

        • North College Hill 77, Lockland 16 — Amber Flynn had a season-high 26 points and 12 rebounds, and Michele Miller had 19 points, six assists and nine rebounds for NCH.
        LOCKLAND (16) — Cox 0 2 2, Acus 1 0 2, Straus 0 1 1, Urton 2 0 4, Freeman 1 1 3, Sickinger 1 0 2, Crockett 1 0 2. Totals: 6 4 16.

        NCH (77) — L. Johnson 6 0 13, Goldmas 2 1 5, S. Johnson 4 0 8, Faller 3 0 6, Flynn 13 0 26, Miller 8 3 19. Totals: 36 4 77.

        Lockland ....... 2   3   6   5—16

        North College Hill ....... 28  22  17  10—77

        3-pointers: N—L. Johnson. Records: N 6-3, 6-2 MVC; L 1-7, 1-5 MVC.

        • Cincinnati Country Day 54, New Miami 17 — Palmer Fitzhugh scored eight points in the first quarter when CCD outscored New Miami 20-0.

        CCD (54) — Vierling 5 0 10, Woods 2 0 4, Baker 4 2 10, Fitzhugh 5 2 12, Reiber 4 0 8, Stinson 4 0 8, Schneider 1 0 2. Totals: 25 4 54.

        NEW MIAMI (17) — Goins 1 2 4, Robinson 1 0 2, Fisher 0 2 2, Broshear 0 1 1, Hodges 1 0 2, Faulkner 1 0 2, Ritchie 2 0 4. Totals: 5 5 17.

        CCD ....... 20  14  12   8—54

        New Miami ....... 0   6   6   5—17

        Records: C 6-1, N 0-8.

        • CHCA 79, St. Bernard 20 — Robyn Shipley had 17 points, six steals and six assists for CHCA.

        ST. BERNARD (20) — Simos 1 0 2, Hendricks 1 0 2, Ellis 2 0 5, Prather 4 0 8, McPartlin 0 1 1, Schafer 1 0 2 Totals: 9 1 20.

        CHCA (79) — Shipley 6 1 17, Dostal 1 0 2, Brennecke 2 1 5, Snyder 2 0 4, Holman 5 0 13, Nichols 6 2 14, Humphrey 1 4 6, Trenz 8 2 18. Totals: 31 10 79.

        St. Bernard ....... 6   8   6   0—20

        CHCA ....... 25  23  21  10—79

        3-pointers: SB—Ellis. C—Shipley 4, Holamn 3. Records: C 8-1, 6-1 MVC.

       

Queen City Conference

        • Woodward 64, Aiken 35 — Tiera Johnson led all scorers with 21 points for Woodward.
        AIKEN (35) — Gabreab 1 0 2, Hodge 2 0 4, Tinsley 2 0 4, T. Satterwhite 1 1 3, A. Satterwhite 7 6 20, Dickerson 1 0 2. Totals: 14 7 35.

        WOODWARD (64) — Bradley 1 0 2, Biggers 3 0 6, Billingsley 5 0 10, Fields 3 2 8, Lillard 3 0 6, Johnson 10 1 21, Jones 3 1 7, Love 2 0 4. Totals: 30 4 64.

        Aiken ....... 6  11   4  14—35

        Woodward ....... 14  17  14  19—64

        3-pointers: none. Records: A 3-7

        • Western Hills 43, Taft 37 — Darnise Edwards sank five of eight free throws in the fourth quarter to seal the win.

        Crystal Clark led Taft with 13 points.

        TAFT (37) — Clark 6 0 13, Sneed 1 4 6, Jennings 1 0 2, Ragland 1 7, Dunlap 1 1 3, Woods 0 1 1, Hill 2 0 5. Totals: 14 7 37.

        WESTERN HILLS (43) — S. Tolliver 3 0 6, R. Tolliver 2 2 6, Banks 1 0 2, Russia 1 2 4, Goodrich 1 0 2, Bullock 6 2 14, Edwards 1 7 9. Totals: 15 13 43.

        Taft ....... 6   8  14   9—37

        Western Hills ....... 10  13   9  11—43

        3-pointers: T—Clark, Hill. Records: W 4-6 (QCC 3-3), T 2-7 (1-5).

        •Walnut Hills 48, Mount Healthy 35 — Keri Antle scored a team-high 13 points for Walnut Hills.

        April Simmons led Mount Healthy with 16 points.

        WALNUT HILLS (48) — Marsh 0 1 1, Kelsey 3 0 6, Greene 1 1 3, Turner 2 0 6, Martin 2 0 6, Wilson 4 1 9, Davis 2 0 4, Antle 4 3 13. Totals: 18 6 48.

        MOUNT HEALTHY (35) — Brewer 3 4 10, Johnson 1 3 5, Simmons 6 2 16, Thomas 2 0 4. Totals: 12 9 35.

        Walnut Hills ....... 12  15  13   8—48

        Mount Healthy ....... 2  12   9  12—35

        3-pointers: W-Turner 2, Martin 2, Antle 2; M-Simmons 2. Records: W 6-3 (5-1 QCC), M 5-3 (4-2).

        • Hughes 74, Withrow 41 — Susan Johnson scored a game-high 17 points for the Big Red. Nekela Richardson had 13 points for Withrow.

        HUGHES (74) — F. Johnson 1 0 2, Davis 3 4 10, Everson 3 2 8, Burns 7 0 14, Steele 3 0 7, Bridges 3 0 7, Pettijohn 1 1 3, S. Johnson 8 1 17. Totals: 30 13 74.

        WITHROW (41) — Hampton 3 5 11, Pryor 2 0 4, Hayes 0 1 1, Collins 3 1 7, Richardson 6 1 13, Ward 2 0 4, Spivery 0 1 1. Totals: 16 9 41.

        Hughes ....... 20  18  17  19—74

        Withrow ....... 6  5  15  15—41

        3-pointers: H — Bridges. Record: W 4-4 (2-3 QCC).

        Girls Greater Cincinnati

        • Ursuline 51, Mercy 43 — Whitney Klein and Erin Davren each hit clutch 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to clinch the win.

        URSULINE (51) — Obert 4 2 12, Klein 3 2 10, Blackburn 1 7 9, Davren 3 1 8, Polimeni 0 1 1, Howell 4 1 9, Walker 1 0 2. Totals: 16 14 51.

        MERCY (43) — Mullen 1 0 3, Brunner 2 0 4, Stern 1 0 2, Zerilla 0 8 8, Gehne 1 0 2, Heintz 1 1 4, Clavier 5 0 10, Winright 4 0 10. Totals: 15 9 43.

        Ursuline ....... 10  12  14  13—51

        Mercy ....... 9   7  15  12—43

        3-pointers: U — Obert, Klein 2, Davren. M — Winright 2, Mullen, Heintz. Records: U 6-6 (3-2 GGCL), M 8-2 (3-1 GGCL).

        • McAuley 61, Seton 53 — Lisa Kampschmidt scored nine of her game-high 24 points to lead McAuley to its first GGCL win of the season.

        Julie Robbins led Seton with 17 points.

        McAULEY (61) — Sullivan 0 2 2, Sunderman 1 0 2, Reilman 1 0 2, Hoffman 3 6 14, Lichtenfeld 1 6 9, Koenig 3 2 8, Kampschmidt 9 6 24. Totals: 18 22 61.

        SETON (53) — Kelsey 3 1 9, Kenney 1 1 3, A. Meyer 4 3 11, E. Meyer 1 0 2, Robbins 5 5 17, Schiller 4 1 9, Welch 0 2 2. Totals: 18 13 53.

        McAuley ....... 11  16  11  22—61

        Seton ....... 14  7  17  15—53

        3-pointers: M — Hoffman 2, Lichtenfeld. S — Kelsey, Robbins 2. Records: M 8-3 (1-3 GGCL), S 5-5 (2-2 GGCL).

        • Purcell Marian 50, Badin 45 — The Cavs kept sole possession of first place in the GGCL Gray Division.

        BADIN (45) — Vilkoski 2 0 4, Parker 3 0 6, Beckett 1 0 2, Brennan 3 0 9, Shull 5 3 13, Overton 5 0 11. Totals: 19 3 45.

        PURCELL MARIAN (50) — Hale 3 4 11, Finnell 8 1 17, White 4 3 11, Reese 3 4 10, A. White 0 1 1. Totals: 18 13 50.

        Badin ....... 12   6  15  7   5—45

        Purcell Marian ....... 12  10  12  6  10—50

        3-pointers: B-Brennan 3, Overton; P-Hale. Records: B (1-3 GGCL), P 10-1 (4-0 GGCL).

        • St. Ursula 51, Mt. Notre Dame 43 — Kristen Mahon had 16 points to lead the Bulldogs. Mel Thomas led MND with 13 points.

        ST. URSULA (51) — Mahon 6 2 16, Grogan 6 2 14, Connaughton 3 1 7, Naltner 2 1 5, Schroder 3 0 7, Dooley 1 0 2. Totals: 21 6 51.

        MND (43) — Rohlfs 1 0 2, Holthaus 2 1 5, Hogan 2 0 5, Engel 4 0 8, Nahrup 2 0 4, Thomas 3 6 13, Barber 1 0 2, Braun 2 0 4. Totals: 17 7 43.

        St. Ursula ....... 13  15  15   8—51

        MND ....... 10  11   7  15—43

        3-pointers: S—Mahon 2, Schroder. M—Hogan, Thomas. Records: M 5-6 (GGCL 0-3).

        Cincinnati Hills League

        • Madeira 59, Indian Hill 29 — Junior forward Amanda Davis scored a career-high 30 points to lead the Amazons.
        INDIAN HILL (29) — Crook 1 1 4, Ellis 3 2 8, David 2 0 4, Schmidt 1 0 3, Tepe 1 1 3, VonLehmon 1 2 4, Forbes 1 0 2. Totals: 10 6 28.

        MADEIRA (59) — Mackris 1 0 2, Barnhill 3 0 6, Rupe 3 0 6, Sotelo 0 3 3, Groll 1 2 4, Davis 12 6 30, Gratsch 2 0 4, Barnhart 1 0 2, Burnett 1 0 2. Totals: 24 11 59.

        Indian Hill ....... 5  12   2   9—29

        Madeira ....... 16  16  11  16—59

        3-pointers: I—Crook, Schmidt. Records: I 5-3 (CHL 4-3), M 9-2 (6-1).

        •Wyoming 56, Taylor 41 — Maria McCarthy scored a game-high 19 points and the Cowboys forced 22 turnovers during the first half.

        WYOMING (56) — Anderson 0 9 9, Verhaeghe 3 4 10, McCarthy 9 1 19, Berkemeyer 0 1 1, Bell 1 0 2, McGee 4 2 11, Loper 1 2 4. Totals: 18 19 56.

        TAYLOR (41) — Neidhard 1 2 4, Gerwin 2 6 10, Doll 1 0 2, Poynter 4 3 13, Lapking 2 3 7, Rogers 1 1 3, Crofford 1 0 2. Totals: 12 15 41.

        Wyoming ....... 17  18  12   9—56

        Taylor ....... 7  12  11  11—41

        3-pointers: W-McGee 1; T-Poynter 2. Records: W 7-2 (5-1 CHL), T 4-7 (2-5).

        • Mariemont 58, Reading 29 — Senior Lindsey Rogers scored six consecutive points in the second quarter and finished with 16 for Mariemont.

        MARIEMONT (58) — Kauffmann 4 3 11, Whittelsey 2 0 5, Perry 5 0 10, L. Potts 2 1 5, Pember 1 1 3, Safford 0 2 2, Brown 1 0 2, Shaefer 1 0 2, Hook 0 2 2, Rogers 8 0 16. Totals: 24 9 58.

        READING (29) — Mi. Murphy 0 5 5, Me. Murphy 1 0 2, Bartneck 1 1 3, Sippola 0 3 3, Davis 1 0 2, Irwin 1 2 4, Gee 2 2 6, Lawson 1 2 4. Totals: 7 15 29.

        Mariemont ....... 9  22  12  15—58

        Reading ....... 4   7  10   8—29

        3-pointers: M—Whittelsey. Records: M 10-1 (CHL 6-1), R 5-5 (3-3).

        • Finneytown 46, Deer Park 36 — Heather Neagr scored 13 fourth-quarter points, including two 3-pointers, for the Wildcats.

        Katie Dennis scored 10 points to lead Deer Park.

        DEER PARK (36) — Eigel 3 0 9, Dennis 4 2 10, Howard 1 1 3, Wilson 3 2 8, Miskimmens 2 0 6. Totals: 13 5 36.

        FINNEYTOWN (46) — Neagr 5 5 17, Lorber 2 0 4, Gardner 2 2 7, Warner 0 2 2, Gardlik 2 0 4, Bond 2 7 11, Croley 0 1 1. Totals: 13 17 46.

        Deer Park ....... 9  5  12  10—36

        Finneytown ....... 4  9  11  22—46

        3-pointers: D — Eigel 3, Miskimmens 2. F — Neagr 2, Gardner. Records: D 1-9 (0-7 CHL), F 2-8 (1-7 CHL).

        FAVC Buckeye

        • Winton Woods 73, Turpin 53 — Amorah John son scored 20 points and the Warriors extended their winning streak to four games.

        TURPIN (53) — Dold 0 2 2, Arnette 0 2 2, Cummings 1 0 3, Biser 4 1 12, Hensley 5 0 14, Fox 1 0 2, Anderson 1 0 2, Mave 3 0 6, Page 0 2 2, Watts 3 2 8. Totals: 18 9 53.

        WINTON WOODS (73) — O'Neal 1 1 4, White 0 1 1, Fletcher 7 0 14, Johnson 7 6 20, Box 6 0 15, Burton 3 0 7, Brown 1 0 2, Tinsley 3 0 6, Jackson 2 0 4. Totals: 25 8 73.

        Turpin ....... 16  10  13  14—53

        Winton Woods ....... 14  22  24  13—73

        3-pointers: T—Cummings, Biser 3, Hensley 4. W—P'Neal, Box 3, Burton. Records: T 2-9 (FAVC 0-6), W 6-2 (5-1).

        • Northwest 59, Glen Este 41 — Tina Dobrowski scored 20 points for Northwest. Glen Este was led by Sarah Dorsch with 12 points.

        GLEN ESTE (41) — Kools 0 2 2, Dorsch 5 1 12, Pennington 2 0 4, Riley 3 3 11, Thomas 1 0 2, Appleton 2 0 4, Gee 1 0 2, Nickum 2 0 4. Totals: 16 6 41.

        NORTHWEST (59) — B. Meister 3 0 6, S. Meister 2 1 5, Kuhn 0 1 1, Jared 3 3 9, Kennedy 1 2 4, Dobrowski 10 0 20, Dakin 7 0 14. Totals: 26 7 59.

        Glen Este ....... 12   8  13   8—41

        Northwest ....... 17  18  11  13—59

        3-pointers: G—Dorsch, Riley 2. Records: N 4-6 (FAVC 2-4), G 3-6 2-4).

        • Amelia 50, Anderson 36 — Robin Davidson led all scorers with 14 points for Amelia. Quincy Deed paced Anderson with 13 points.

        AMELIA (50) — Votapek 3 1 11, Gillespie 4 0 11, Davidson 5 4 14, Guinan 2 0 4, Immert 3 1 7, Cammeresi 0 3 3. Totals: 17 9 50.

        ANDERSON (36) — Gearhart 0 3 3, Sherrick 4 1 10, Deeds 4 5 13, Gruber 2 1 6, Leavy 1 0 2, Bove 1 0 2. Totals: 12 10 36.

        Amelia ....... 6  12  16  16—50

        Anderson ....... 5   9  17   5—36

        3-pointers: Am—Votapek 2, Gillespie 3. An— Sherrick, Gruber. Records: Am 5-5 (FAVC 2-4), An 5-6 (2-5).

        • Mason 51, Harrison 22 — Michelle Munoz played only two quarters due to an injured left ankle, but Jere' Issenmann scored 20 points, including four 3-pointers, for Mason.

        HARRISON (22) — Santille 1 0 2, Brooks 0 1 1, Holderer 1 1 3, Toney 2 0 4, Lux 3 0 6, Ransich 2 2 6. Totals: 9 4 22.

        MASON (51) — McKinney 1 0 2, Hampshire 1 0 2, Stein 3 1 9, Minnich 2 0 4, Shull 1 0 2, Issenmann 6 4 20, Munoz 2 2 6, Piontek 0 2 2, Callicut 1 0 2, Lower 1 0 2. Totals: 18 9 51.

        Harrison ....... 2  6  2  12—22

        Mason ....... 10  9  9  23—51

        3-pointers: M — Issenmann 4, Stein 2. Records: H 5-3 (4-2 FAVC Buckeye), M 8-3 (6-0 FAVC Buckeye).

        FAVC Cardinal

        • Kings 69, Loveland 42 — Kings senior captain Sarah Fox scored a game-high 26 points for the Knights.

        KINGS (69) — Sclasky 1 0 2, Feldneyer 0 2 2, Heekin 4 0 9, Roudabush 6 7 19, Gallo 0 1 1, Fox 10 3 26, McClung 0 2 4, L. Fox 2 0 6. Totals: 21 15 69.

        LOVELAND (42) — Stier 3 0 7, Bowman 2 0 4, Smith 1 3 5, Miller 1 0 2, Wilson 4 0 10, Sorge 2 2 6, Bess 1 0 2, Brosemer 2 0 4, Bentz 1 0 2. Totals: 17 5 42.

        Kings ....... 18  23  11  17—69

        Loveland ....... 8  10  12  10—42

        3-pointers: K-Heekin, S. Fox 3, L. Fox 2; L-Stier. Records: K 6-2, (6-0 FAVC); L 3-7, (3-3 FAVC).

        • Lebanon 49, Norwood 18 — Ashley Ball and Katie Shaw each scored 11 to lead the Warriors.

        LEBANON (49) — Baillie 3 0 7, Ball 5 1 11, Siehl 4 0 10, Turner 2 1 5, Shaw 5 1 11, Levan 2 1 5. Totals: 21 4 49.

        NORWOOD (18) — Elliott 1 0 2, Smith 2 0 4, McCarthy 1 0 2, Hammond 1 0 2, Kassem 1 0 2, Collins 2 0 4, McCalla 1 0 2. Totals: 9 0 18.

        Lebanon ....... 17  14  4  14—49

        Norwood ....... 4   2  2   6—18

        3-pointers: L—Siehl 2, Baillie. Records: L 4-5 (FAVC-C 2-4), N 0-9 (0-7).

        • Little Miami 42, Ross 19 — The Panthers' Courtney Balser scored a game-high 21 points.

        LITTLE MIAMI (42) — Chamberlain 1 1 3, Fisher 1 4 7, Smiley 1 1 3, Richardson 1 2 4, Balser 9 0 21, S. Journey 1 0 2, L. Journey 1 0 2. Totals: 15 8 42.

        ROSS (19) — Bowman 3 0 6, Weisbecker 1 0 2, Wertman 1 1 3, Lange 3 0 6, Varner 1 0 2. Totals: 9 1 19.

        Little Miami ....... 7  11  14  10—42

        Ross ....... 4   4   4   7—19

        3-pointers: L-Balser 3, Fisher. Records: L 9-2, R 3-6.

        Southern Buckeye Conf.

        • Georgetown 54, Hillsboro 53 — Bethany Cahall made two free throws with less than a minute to play to send the G-Men into sole possession of first place.

        GEORGETOWN (54) — Cahall 4 8 17, Miller 1 7 9, DeClaire 1 0 2, Brown 2 4 8, Chadwell 4 2 10, Zurbach 3 0 8. Totals: 15 21 54.

        HILLSBORO (53) — Bayless 0 1 1, Hess 2 0 4, Butler 5 7 18, Marsh 2 0 4, Wright 1 0 2, Blair 2 0 4, Cannon 1 0 2, Walker 3 12 18. Totals: 16 20 53.

        Georgetown ....... 7  17   8  22—54

        Hillsboro ....... 14  13  16  10—53

        3-pointers: G—K. Hall, Zurbach 2. H—Butler. Records: G 7-4 (SBC 5-1), H 7-3 (4-1).

        • New Richmond 53, Bethel Tate 47 — Brandi Loving (18 points), Jill Boys (11) and Amy Blair (10) led the Lions. Bethel-Tate's Brooke Howe had 16 points and 10 rebounds.

        NEW RICHMOND (53) — Coslett 2 0 5, Loving 5 8 18, Digeronimo 2 0 6, Blair 3 4 10, Boys 6 0 12, Diesel 1 0 2. Totals: 19 12 53.

        BETHEL-TATE (47) — Burton 4 3 11, Canter 1 1 4, Collins 2 4 8, Wilson 3 2 8, Howe 5 6 16. Totals: 15 16 47.

        New Richmond ....... 16  6  16  15—53

        Bethel-Tate ....... 9  10  11  17—47

        3-pointers: NR—Coslett, Digeronimo 2; BT-Canter. Records: NR 6-5, (4-1 SBC), BT 1-10, (1-5 SBC).

        • Batavia 53, Western Brown 37 — Mandy Crooker scored 10 of her 16 points in the first half.

        WESTERN BROWN (37) — Wesley 4 2 10, Bolender 1 0 3, Flischel 2 0 4, Bering 0 3 3, Canford 0 2 2, Estup 2 0 4, Silvis 4 0 9, Hartman 1 0 2. Totals: 14 7 37.

        BATAVIA (53) — Weidner 5 0 11, Swart 5 2 12, Crooker 6 0 16, Stout 1 1 3, Lowe 0 2 2, Wehrman 3 2 9. Totals: 20 7 53.

        Western Brown ....... 12   7   9   9—37

        Batavia ....... 13  16  16   8—53

        3-pointers: W—Bolender, Silvis; B—Weidner, Crooker 4, Wehrman. Records: W 4-6, B 5-3 (5-2 SBC).

        Greater Miami Valley Conf.

        • Madison 50, Carlisle 37 — Amanda Norvel led the Mohawks with 10 points. Sarah Tarbox paced Carlisle with 16 points.

        CARLISLE (37) — Alcorn 1 0 3, Boy 1 6 8, Stebelton 3 1 7, Tarbox 6 0 16, Reynolds 0 2 2, Snyder 0 1 1. Totals: 11 10 37.

        MADISON (50) — Nance 2 0 4, Short 1 0 2, Norvel 5 0 10, Delscamp 4 0 8, E. Kroger 2 0 4, H. Kroger 2 1 5, Young 4 1 9, Snowden 3 0 8. Totals: 23 2 50.

        Carlisle ....... 7  16   6   8—37

        Madison ....... 13  10  13  14—50

        3-pointers: C—Alcorn, Tarbox 4. M—Snowden 2. Records: M 5-7, C 2-9.

        Mid Miami League

        •Springboro 66, Edgewood 26 — Leigh Lacy set a single-game school record for 3-pointers with five for the Panthers.

        SPRINGBORO (66) — Dwyer 1 1 4, Graham 3 2 8, Teets 0 2 2, Sullivan 7 4 19, Lacy 8 0 21, White 2 0 4, Ballard 4 0 8. Totals: 25 9 66.

        EDGEWOOD (26) — Osborne 1 1 3, Hoskins 5 5 17, McIntosh 1 0 2, Bennett 1 2 4. Totals: 8 8 26.

        Springboro ....... 21  18  16  11—66

        Edgewood ....... 8  11   4   3—26

        3-pointers: S—Lacy 5, Sullivan, Dwyer; E—Hoskins 2. Records: S 9-1 (6-0 MML), E 7-4 (2-4 MML)

Kenton Trace Conference

        • Clinton-Massie 47, East Clinton 29 — Mindy Wood scored 13 of her 20 points in the first half for the Falcons.

        CLINTON—MASSIE (47) — Brigano 1 0 2, Wilkinson 1 0 2, D. Ferrau 1 0 2, Duncan 4 1 10, Wood 9 2 20, Fisher 4 0 8, Sedman 1 0 3. Totals: 21 3 47.

        EAST CLINTON (29) — Caplinger 4 0 8, Liming 1 1 3, Vanscoy 1 4 6, Caskey 2 1 5, Brunner 1 0 2, Howard 1 2 4, Davis 0 1 1. Totals: 10 9 29.

        Clinton-Massie ....... 12  11  14  10—47

        East Clinton ....... 6   7   6  10—29

        3-pointers: C—Duncan, Sedman. Records: C 4-7 (2-3 KTC), E 3-6 (1-4 KTC).

        Non-league

        • School for Creative and Performing Arts 46, Williamsburg 28 — Kate Spickard scored 10 of her 15 points in the first half for SCPA.

        WILLIAMSBURG (28) — Turkelson 1 2 4, Schneider 4 0 8, Hayes 0 2 2, Ferguson 4 6 14. Totals: 9 10 28.

        SCPA (46) — Spickard 6 2 15, Brunis 1 0 2, McCollum 2 0 5, Hill 4 0 8, Hoernschemeyer 2 0 4, John 2 0 4, Williams 0 1 1, Gordon 1 3 5, Davis 0 2 2. Totals: 18 8 46.

        Williamsburg ....... 6   7   6   9—28

        SCPA ....... 10  15   9  12—46

        3-pointers: S—Spickard, McCollum. Records: S 7-1.

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