Tuesday, January 09, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games




        McNick's Ashley Clark sank a pair of free throws with 30 seconds left to seal a 54-48 victory over Purcell Marian and create a first-place tie between the two schools in the GGCL.

        Clark led the Rockets with 13. Melisha Reese paced Purcell Marian with 15 points.

        PURCELL MARIAN (48) — Hale 4 2 10, Fennell 2 4 8, P. White 5 3 13, Reese 7 1 15, A. White 1 0 2. Totals: 19 10 48.

        MCNICHOLAS (54) — Flammer 2 1 6, Williams 1 0 2, Hornschemeier 2 3 8, B. Clark 1 0 2, A. Clark 4 5 13, J. Breving 1 2 4, Oberschmidt 5 1 11, K. Breving 2 4 8. Totals: 18 16 54.

        Purcell Marian ....... 7  16  13  12—48

        McNicholas ....... 9  14  20  11—54

        3-pointers: M—Flammer, Hornschemeier. Records: M 9-2 (GGCL 3-1), PM 10-2 (3-1).

        • Taylor 46, Walnut Hills 40 — Adriane Niedhard sank 4 of 5 free throws in the closing minutes to ice the victory.

        Christy Doll and Katie Rapking each scored 12 to lead Taylor.

        WALNUT HILLS (40) — Fennell 2 0 4, Marsh 2 0 4, Kelsey 1 0 2, Green 1 1 3, Wilson 8 3 19, Antle 3 0 8. Totals: 17 4 40.

        TAYLOR (46) — Neidhard 0 4 4, Gerwin 3 0 7, Doll 6 0 12, Poynter 2 4 8, Smith 1 0 2, Rapking 4 4 12, K. Gerwin 0 1 1. Totals: 16 13 46.

        Walnut Hills ....... 13  9  11   7—40

        Taylor ....... 12  6  15  13—46

        3-pointers: W—Antle 2. T—A. Gerwin. Records: W 6-4, T 5-7.

        • Winton Woods 71, Withrow 28 — Ashley Burton led the Warriors with 13 points.

        WITHROW (28) — Willis 1 0 2, Hampton 3 1 7, Pryor 2 0 4, Collins 1 0 2, Williams 0 1 1, Richardson 3 2 8, Ward 0 1 1, Spivery 1 1 3. Totals: 11 6 28.

        WINTON WOODS (71) — O'Neal 1 1 3, White 1 0 2, Fletcher 4 3 11, Johnson 6 0 12, Box 3 0 7, Burton 6 1 13, Gibbs 2 1 6, Brown 2 1 5, Tinsley 2 0 4, Jackson 1 0 2, Davis 3 0 6. Totals: 30 9 71.

        Withrow ....... 3  14   7   4—28

        Winton Woods ....... 23  16  16  16—71

        3-pointers: WW—Box, Gibbs. Records: Wi 4-6, WW 7-3, 5-2 FAVC.

        • Landmark Christian 61, Seven Hills 55 (OT) — Amy Sebastian sank six free throws in overtime to lead Landmark.

        Seven Hills overcame a 12-point deficit midway through the fourth quarter to tie the game on a Rachel Hoffheimer layup with 8 seconds remaining in regulation.

        Sebastian led all scorers with 22 points. Tyler McIlwraith scored 21 to lead Seven Hills.

        LANDMARK (61) — Oliver 1 1 3, Spears 4 1 9, Jaeger 7 0 15, Amy Sebastian 6 6 22, An. Sebastian 2 0 4, Gresham 4 0 8. Totals: 24 8 61.

        SEVEN HILLS (55) — Hoffheimer 3 2 8, Kahle 1 0 3, Howard 3 0 6, Burton 1 0 2, Robertson 2 3 8, Woessner 1 2 5, McIlwraith 9 3 21, Hanlon 1 0 2. Totals: 21 10 55.

        Landmark ....... 19  13  11   8  10—61

        Seven Hills ....... 15   8  13  15   4—55

        3-pointers: L—Jaeger, Amy Sebastian 4. SH—Kahle, Robertson, Woessner. Records: L 8-2 (MVC 6-2), SH 3-6 (2-5).

        • St. Bernard 41, New Miami 36 — Chrissy Ellis and Janell Mason each hit a 3-pointer in the fourth quarter as St. Bernard outscored Mew Miami 13-7.

        ST. BERNARD (41) — Partlin 0 1 1, Shadoan 0 3 3, Ellis 3 1 9, Prather 5 1 11, Mason 0 1 1, Simos 1 3 5, Hendricks 5 0 11. Totals: 14 10 41.

        NEW MIAMI (36) — Goins 1 1 3, Robinson 4 1 10, Proffitt 1 4 6, Faulkner 1 3 5, Ritchie 4 4 12. Totals: 11 13 36.

        St. Bernard ....... 10  12   6  13—41

        New Miami ....... 4  13  12   7—36

        3-pointers: SB—Ellis 2, Hendricks. NM—Robinson. Records: NM 0-9, 0-9 MVC.

        • North College Hill 47, Cincinnati Hills Christian Hills 37 — Amber Flynn led NCH with 18 points.

        CHCA (37) — Shipley 2 0 5, Peters 2 0 4, Snyder 2 0 4, Nichols 3 3 9, Humphrey 0 4 4, Trenz 5 1 11. Totals: 19 8-11 37.

        NORTH COLLEGE HILL (47) — L. Johnson 1 6 8, Goldmas 1 1 3, Lovette 2 0 4, S. Johnson 2 2 6, Flynn 6 6 18, Miller 3 2 8. Totals: 15 17-26 47.

        CHCA ....... 9  13  10   5—37

        NCH ....... 6  13  10  18—47

        3-pointers: C—Shipley. Records: C 8-2, 5-2 MVC; N 7-3, 7-2 MVC.

        • Springboro 67, Lebanon 51 — A 16-8 second quarter lifted the Panthers.

        LEBANON (51) — Ball 6 0 14, Cosiehl 6 0 12, Turner 1 0 2, LeVan 9 0 19, Jones 2 0 4. Totals: 24 0 51.

        SPRINGBORO (67) — Graham 3 0 7, Teets 2 0 4, Sullivan 6 0 13, Lacy 1 0 3, Wight 5 5 16, Ballard 3 8 14, Wright 5 0 10. Totals: 25 13 67.

        Lebanon ....... 16   8  12  15—51

        Springboro ....... 21  16  17  13—67

        3-pointers: L—Ball 2, LeVan. S—Graham, Sullivan Lacy, Wight. Records: L 4-7, S 11-1.

        • Summit Country Day 43, Lockland 30 — A 19-5 second quarter helped the Silver Knights.

        Lockland's Carla Freeman scored a team-high 17 points.

        SUMMIT (43) — Hueck 3 2 8, Conners 6 6 18, Haas 1 1 3, Lydon 3 6 12, Bunch 0 2 2. Totals: 13 17 43.

        LOCKLAND (30) — Adkins 1 3 6, Cromer 2 0 4, Freeman 4 9 17, Urton 1 0 2, Robbins 1 0 3. Totals: 9 12 30.

        Summit CD ....... 6  19  3  15—43

        Lockland ....... 9   5  2  14—30

        3-pointers: L—Adkins, Bobbins. Records: L 2-10, 2-8 MVC; S 6-5, 5-5 MVC.

        • Colerain 37, Lakota West 32 — Colerain's Quanita Hailey sank three free throws during the final three minutes, breaking a 32-32 tie.

        Although the loss was Lakota West's first in the greater Miami Conference, the Thunderhawks remained in first place, one-half game ahead of Oak Hills and a game in front of Colerain.

        Lakota West shot only 29 percent from field on 13-of-44.

        COLERAIN (37) — Croxton 5 1 11, Haggard 3 0 6, Wessel 2 0 5, Mahler 1 1 3, Hailey 2 8 12. Totals: 13 10-14 37.

        LAKOTA WEST (32) — Comisar 3 2 8, Swift 2 2 6, Wright 5 1 11, Carlburg 2 0 4, Eifert 1 0 2, Gostisha 0 1 1. Totals: 13 6-19 32.

        Colerain ....... 11  3  15  8—37

        Lakota West ....... 9  7  13  3—32

        3-pointers: C—Wessel. Records: C 8-3, 7-2 GMC; L 9-2, 8-1 GMC.

        • Hillsboro 60, Bethel-Tate 35 — Cara Walker scored a season-high 24 points and grabbed eight rebounds.

        BETHEL-TATE (35) — Shouse 1 0 2, Burton 2 1 5, Harrington 1 0 2, Canter 2 0 4, Collins 3 3 9, Howe 5 3 13. Totals: 14 7 35.

        HILLSBORO (60) — Hess 2 0 4, Butler 4 1 9, Marsh 2 0 4, Wright 3 0 7, Blair 4 2 10, Cannon 1 0 2, Walker 11 2 24. Totals: 27 5 60.

        Bethel-Tate ....... 5   9  13  8—35

        Hillsboro ....... 20  18  14  8—60

        3-pointers: H—Wright. Records: H 8-3, 5-1 SBC; B 1-12, 1-6 SBC.

        • Georgetown 47, Blanchester 32 — A full-court press and nine points from Bethany Cahall gave Georgetown a 17-4 lead after the first quarter.

        GEORGETOWN (47) — Miller 0 1 1, Cahall 4 0 9, Hebling 2 1 5, Miller 3 2 9, DeClaire 2 3 7, Brown 1 1 3, Persohn 1 0 2, Chadwell 4 0 8, Zurbuch 1 1 3. Totals: 18 9 47.

        BLANCHESTER (32) — Burrows 5 2 12, Schlake 1 1 3, H. Meineke 0 3 3, Martin 2 0 4, Martin 4 0 8, S. Meineke 1 0 2. Totals: 13 6 32.

        Georgetown ....... 17  9  10  11—47

        Blanchester ....... 4  6   7  15—32

        3-pointers: G—Cahall, Miller. Records: G 8-4 (SBC 5-1), B 0-11.

        • North Adams 50, Fayetteville 46 — McKenzie Copas had 13 points, including five free throws in the last two minutes.

        NORTH ADAMS (50) — Copas 4 5 13, Robertson 1 0 2, Simpson 6 0 12, Brown 2 0 4, Fulton 4 2 10, Schupert 4 1 9. Totals: 21 8 50.

        FAYETTEVILLE (46) — Rosslot 2 3 7, R. White 7 3 17, Stockman 1 4 6, B. White 1 2 4, Pope 3 0 6, Call 1 0 2, Hufford 2 0 4. Totals: 17 12 46.

        North Adams ....... 16  10  13  11—50

        Fayetteville ....... 12   7  10  17—46

        Records: NA 9-1 (SHL 7-1).

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