Sunday, January 07, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Center Maria McCarthy scored 17 points, including 14 in the first half, to lead Wyoming to a 54-51 victory over McNicholas Saturday.

        She held Ashley Clark, the Rockets' leading scorer, to a season-low nine points.

        WYOMING (54) — Anderson 3 0 7, Hoyles 1 0 2, Verhaeghe 6 2 14, McCarthy 7 3 17, Berkemeyer 1 0 2, Bell 1 0 2, McGee 2 4 10. Totals: 20 9 54.

        MCNICHOLAS (51) — Flammer 1 0 3, Hornchemeier 2 0 5, B. Clark 2 0 4, A. Clark 4 1 9, J. Breving 1 0 3, Oberschmidt 6 0 12, K. Breving 7 1 15. Totals: 23 2 51.

        Wyoming ....... 10  15  12  17—54

        McNicholas ....... 8  13  15  15—51

        3-pointers: W—Anderson, McGee 2. M— Flammer, Hornschemeier, J. Breving. Records: W 9-2, M 9-2.

        • Kings 64, Lebanon 35 — Sarah Fox scored 29 points for the Knights.

        KINGS (64) — Heekin 4 1 13. Daugherty 1 0 2, Roudabush 4 2 10, S. Fox 10 3 29, McClung 2 4 8, L. Fox 1 0 2. Totals: 18 10 64.

        LEBANAON (34) — Baillie 2 0 4, Ball 2 0 4, Siehl 1 0 2, Turner 1 0 2, Shaw 4 4 12, LeVan 4 0 8, Jones 1 1 3. Totals: 15 5 35.

        Kings ....... 10  21  19  14—64

        Lebanon ....... 10  11  12   2—35

        3-pointers: K—Heekin 4, S. Fox 2. Records: K 8-2, 6-0 FAVC; L 4-6, 2-5 FAVC.

        • Loveland 58, Wilmington 54 (OT) — Nicole Wilson scored 23 points — eight in OT — for the Tigers. .

        LOVELAND (58) — Stier 2 2 6, Bowman 2 0 4, Smith 1 0 3, Miller 1 0 2, Wilson 11 1 23, Bess 1 0 2, Gruber 1 0 2, Brosemer 4 2 10, Bentz 2 0 6. Totals: 25 5 58.

        WILMINGTON (54) — Shumaker 5 2 12, Williams 1 1 3, Dell 5 0 11, Lansing 3 0 6, Hodson 3 2 9, Davis 3 2 9, Schaw 1 0 2, Thomspon 1 0 2. Totals: 22 7 54.

        Loveland ....... 10   7   9  22  10—58

        Wilmingon ....... 12  13  15   8   6—54

        3-point: L—Smith, Bentz 2. W—Dell, Hodson, Davis. Records: L 4-7, 4-3 FAVC; W 4-7, 2-6 • Amelia 48, Glen Este 47 — Kristin Votapek made a 6-foot jump shot to win it for the Barons.

       

        AMELIA (48) — Shields 3 0 6, Votapek 2 4 8, Brown 1 0 3, Gillespie 1 0 2, Davidson 5 2 12, Guinan 1 0 2, Emmert 4 2 10, Cammeresi 1 3 5. Totals: 18 11 48.

        GLEN ESTE (47) — Kools 3 3 9, Dorsch 2 2 7, Pennington 3 0 7, Riley 4 4 14, Thomas 2 3 7, Appleton 1 0 2, Gee 0 1 1. Totals: 15 13 47.

        Amelia ....... 10  12  13  13—48

        Glen Este ....... 16   6  15  10—47

        3-pointers: A—Brown; G—Dorsch, Pennington, Riley 2. Records: A 5-5 (3-4 FAVC), G 3-7 (2-5 FAVC).

        • Anderson 48, Turpin 44 (3 OT) — Jenni Sherrick scored 18 points — four in the third overtime — for the Redskins.

        ANDERSON (48) — Gearhart 1 1 3, Sherrick 6 0 18, Deeds 1 3 5, Gruber 5 0 11, Leavy 2 3 7, Miller 2 0 4. Totals: 17 7 48.

        TURPIN (44) — Arnett 4 1 10, Cummings 2 0 4, Beiser 4 9 18, Anderson 3 0 6, Watts 3 0 6. Totals: 16 10 44.

        Anderson ....... 8   8   5  14  14—48

        Turpin ....... 13  12   6   4   9—44

        3-pointers: A—Sherrick 3, Gruber; T—Arnett, Beiser. Records: A 6-6 (3-5 FAVC) T 2-10 (0-7)

        • Mason 64, Northwest 40 — Mason's Michelle Munoz scored 31 points and had eight rebounds.

        NORTHWEST (40) — B. Meister 5 0 10, Jared 3 4 10, J. Meister 4 1 10, Campbell 1 0 2, Dobrowoski 1 0 2, Edwards 1 0 2, Dakin 2 0 4. Totals: 17 5 40.

        MASON (64) — Hampshire 1 3 5, Minnich 4 2 10, Shull 1 0 2, Issenmann 4 0 10, Wentzel 1 1 3, Munoz 15 1 31, Piontek 1 1 3. Totals: 27 8 64. Northwest ....... 9   3   8  20—40

        Mason ....... 20  15  16  13—64

        3-pointers: M—Issenmann 2. N—J. Meister.

        • Harrison 55, Winton Woods 52 — The Warriors rallied behind 16 points from Tammi Toney and 14 from Liz Ransick.

        WINTON WOODS (52) — Fletcher 6 1 13, Johnson 4 2 10, Tensley 5 0 10, Bux 3 3 9, Burton 4 0 8, Ross 1 0 2. Totals: 23 6 52.

        HARRISON (55) — Toney 7 2 16, Ransick 6 2 14, Lux 2 2 6, Walton 2 1 5, Santillo 0 5 5, Holderer 1 0 3, Brooks 0 2 2, Nochs 1 0 2, Grauvogel 0 2 2. Totals: 21 16 55.

        Winton Woods ....... 17   4  13  18—52

        Harrison ....... 7  18  14  16—55

        3-pointers: H—Holderer. Records: W 6-3, 5-2 FAVC; H 6-3, 5-2 FAVC.

        • Madeira 49, Finneytown 23 — Lindsay Groll scored a game-high 16 points for the Amazons.

        MADEIRA (49) — Schneider 0 4 4, Mackris 2 0 4, Barnhill 3 0 6, Rupe 1 0 2, Sotelo 1 1 3, Groll 8 0 16, Davis 3 2 8, Gratsch 2 2 6. Totals: 20 9 49.

        FINNEYTOWN (23) — Neher 1 1 3, Lorber 2 1 5, Gardner 2 2 7, Warner 1 0 2, Gardlik 0 2 2, Bond 2 0 4. Totals: 8 7 23.

        Madeira ....... 12  15  11  11—49

        Finneytown ....... 5   7   5   6—23

        3-pointers: F—Gardner. Records: M 10-2, F 2-9

        • Lockland 35, St. Bernard 19 — Lindsay Urton's 15 points and 14 rebounds led the Panthers.

        LOCKLAND (35) — Atkins 2 0 4, Cox 1 0 2, Acus 1 1 4, Urton 6 3 15, Freeman 3 1 7, Robbins 1 0 3. Totals: 14 5 35.

        ST. BERNARD (19) — McPartlin 1 0 3, Shadoan 1 0 2, Ellis 1 0 2, Burkhardt 1 0 2, Prather 1 0 2, Mason 1 0 2, Simos 0 4 4, Hendricks 0 2 2. Totals: 6 6 19.

        Lockland ....... 13  11   9   2—35

        St. Bernard ....... 4   7   4   4—19

        3-pointers: L—Acus, Robbins. SS—McPartlin. Records: L 2-9 (MVC 2-7), S 1-9 (1-7).

        • Lakota West 44, Milford 30 — Cara Wright had 16 points, 14 rebounds and four steals for Lakota West.

        MILFORD (30) — Jack 1 1 3, Moorman 1 0 3, Hrovat 3 1 7, Gaible 1 4 6, Richmond 1 0 3, Kinder 2 0 6, Gardner 1 0 2. Totals: 10 6 30.

        LAKOTA WEST (44) — Comisar 5 1 11, Nowicki 1 0 2, Montgomery 1 0 2, Swift 4 1 9, Wright 7 2 16, Carlberg 2 0 4. Totals: 20 4 44.

        Milford ....... 7   6   5  12—30

        Lakota West ....... 14   6  11  13—44

        3-pointers: M—Moorman, Richmond, Kinder 2. Records: 9-1 (GMC 8-0), M 3-8 (2-6).

        • Springboro 69, Indian Hill 46 — Lindsay Wight scored 20 points for the Panthers.

        INDIAN HILL (46) — Ellis 4 2 10, Schmidt 1 0 3, Flattery 4 1 11, Tepe 7 0 14, Forbes 3 0 6, Braken 1 0 2. Totals: 20 3 46.

        SPRINGBORO (69) — Graham 1 1 4, Teets 3 0 7, Sullivan 5 1 11, Lacy 3 1 8, Wight 7 5 20, Ballard 3 10 16, Wright 1 1 3. Totals: 23 19 69.

        Indian Hill ....... 16   9   8  13—46

        Springboro ....... 18  16  21  14—690

        3-pointers: I—Flattery 2, Schmidt. S—Graham, Teets, Lacy, Wight. Records: I 5-4, S 10-1.

        • Batavia 58, Western Hills 47 — Katie Swart paced Batavia with 13 points. Renay Tolliver scored a game-high 16 points for Western Hills.

        BATAVIA (58) — Martinez 1 0 2, Weidner 4 6 15, Swart 5 3 13, Crooker 2 0 4, Staut 1 2 4, Lowe 4 0 10, Wehrman 4 2 10. Totals: 21 13 58.

        WESTERN HILLS (47) — S. Tolliver 1 0 2, R. Tolliver 6 1 16, Russia 1 0 3, Goodrich 2 0 4, Bullock 6 1 13, Edwards 3 0 6, Johnson 1 0 2. Totals: 20 2 47.

        Batavia ....... 12  15  13  18—58

        Western Hills ....... 7  12  12  16—47

        3-pointers: B—Weidner, Lowe 2; W—R. Tolliver 3, Russia. • Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy 49, Middletown Fenwick 33 — Erin Snyder had six points, 10 rebounds and four steals for the Eagles.

        FENWICK (33) — Becker 2 1 5, Bruggeman 3 0 6, Brown 2 1 5, Clemens 1 0 2, Wolke 2 1 5, Smith 2 0 5, Bidwell 1 0 2, Stonecash 1 1 3. Totals: 14 4 33.

        CHCA (49) — Shipley 2 0 6, Peters 1 0 2, Brennecke 0 2 2, Snyder 1 4 6, Holman 3 0 6, Nichols 4 1 9, Bowden 1 0 2, Humphrey 2 4 8, Trenz 1 6 8. Totals: 15 17 49.

        Fenwick ....... 4  11   8  10—33

        CHCA ....... 14  14 10  11—48

        3-pointers: F—Smith; C—Shipley 2.

        • Summit Country Day 38, Williamsburg 34 — Kendelle Lydon sank two field goals late in the fourth quarter for the Silver Knights.

        SUMMIT COUNTRY DAY (38) — Hoeck 3 2 8, Conners 2 2 6, Haas 2 0 4, Ulmer 2 0 4, Lydon 4 2 10, Bunch 0 2 2, Kief 2 0 4. Totals: 15 8 38.

        WILLIAMSBURG (34) — Ferguson 4 2 11, Beach 1 0 2, Turkelson 2 0 5, Schneider 4 4 12. Smith 1 0 2, Hayes 1 0 2. Totals: 13 6 34.

        Summit CD ....... 15  10   6   7—38

        Williamsburg ....... 4  11  13   6—34

        3-pointers: W—Ferguson, Turkelson. Records: S 4-5, W 1-8.

        • Felicity 54, Cincinnati Country Day 30 — Danielle East scored eight of her game-high 17 points in the third quarter.

        CCD (30) — Vierling 0 6 6, Woods 6 0 14, Aker 1 2 4, Reiber 1 0 2, Stinson 2 0 4. Totals: 10 8 30.

        FELICITY (54) — Bell 2 0 5, Wehrum 3 0 6, Easter 7 1 17, Keller 3 0 6, Cas. Hall 2 2 6, Can. Hall 6 2 14. Totals: 23 5 54.

        CCD ....... 8   7   5  10—30

        Felicity ....... 13  18  18   5—54

        3-pointers: C—Woods 2. F—Bell, Easter 2.

        • Seton 73, Columbus St. Francis DeSales 58 — Julie Robbins had 21 points, and Elise Meyer added a career-high 18 for Seton

        SETON (73) — Day 3 2 10, Hyde 1 0 2, Kenney 1 0 3, Leonard 0 1 1, A. Meyer 5 2 12, E. Meyer 8 0 18, Robbins 7 7 21, Schiller 3 0 6. Totals: 28 17 73.

        COLUMBUS ST. FRANCIS DeSALES (58) — Boda 3 0 8, Braden 3 7 15, Lanza 0 1 1, Ward 4 2 11, Bajorek 4 6 14, Hard 1 0 2, Brown 1 5 7. Totals: 16 21 58.

        Seton ....... 13  24  15  21—73

        DeSales ....... 18  12  16  12—58

        3-pointers: S — Day, E. Meyer 2, Kenney. SF — Boda, Braden 2, Ward. Records: S 6-5, SF 7-3.

        • Purcell Marian 63, Bethel-Tate 22 — Keri Finnell had 16 points for the Cavaliers.

        BETHEL-TATE (22) — Shouse 1 1 3, Burton 2 0 4, Jasonter 0 1 1, Collins 0 2 2, Howe 4 4 12. Totals: 7 8 22.

        PURCELL MARIAN (63) — Simpson 0 2 2, Hale 6 2 14, Finnell 11 0 22, Qualters 2 0 4, Valdini 0 1 1, P. White 5 0 10, A. White 5 0 10. Totals: 29 5 63.

        Bethel-Tate ....... 5   5   6   6—22

       Purcell Marian ....... 13  28  12  10—63

        3-pointers: none. Records: P 11-1, B 1-11.

        • Columbus Brookhaven 55, Princeton 45 — Amber James led the Vikings with 11 points and 10 rebounds.

        COLUMBUS BROOKHAVEN (55) — Allen 2 0 4, A. Johnson 2 0 4, Grooms 0 2 2, Byrd 3 0 7, T. Johnson 2 1 5, Fountain 3 9 15, B. Hunter 8 1 17, C. Hunter 0 1 1. Totals: 20 14 55.

        PRINCETON (45) — Davis 3 0 9, McNamara 2 0 5, Skoog 2 0 5, Hervas 1 0 2, James 5 0 10, Bradshaw 2 1 5, Simons 2 0 4, Duncan 1 1 3, Smith 1 0 2. Totals: 19 2 45.

        Columbus Brookhaven ....... 13  13  11  18—55

        Princeton ....... 11  15  13  6—45

        3-pointers: B — Byrd. P — Davis 3, McNamara, Skoog. Records: B 10-0, P 5-6.

        • Roger Bacon 63, Mount Healthy 31 — The Spartans forced 19 turnovers in the first half.

        ROGER BACON (63) — Byrd 6 2 17, Frentsos 2 0 4, Krecht 1 0 3, Withers 2 0 6, Kelly 3 0 6, Metz 5 1 11, Hazelbaker 6 0 12, Holden 3 0 6. Totals: 28 3 63.

        MOUNT HEALTHY (31) — Grant 1 3 5, Brewer 7 3 17, Leahy 2 0 4, Simmons 0 1 1, Thomas 1 2 4. Totals: 11 9 31.

        Roger Bacon ....... 23  15  14  11—63

        Mount Healthy ....... 1  14   4  12—31

        3-pointers: R—Byrd, Krecht, Withers 2.

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