Tuesday, January 09, 2001

N.Ky. girls basketball games


Schultz steps up for Brossart

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Playing without leading scorer Katie Schwegmann, the Bishop Brossart girls basketball team ralled behind Jenna Schultz to beat Lloyd 85-35 Monday.

        Schultz had 18 points and five assists.

        The Mustangs outscored the Juggernauts 25-4 in the second quarter.

        LLOYD (35) — Vance 4 0 8, Jenkins 0 2 2, VanHorne 2 0 4, Wear 1 1 3, Crouthers 3 0 6, Eades 1 0 2, Merritt 1 0 2, Fields 4 0 8. Totals: 16 3 35.

        BROSSART (85) — Clift 4 2 10, Schultz 8 1 18, Clark 4 2 10, Lloyd 3 0 6, Christen 1 0 2, Geiman 5 2 12, Otto 2 0 4, Wright 4 0 8, Cuthrell 1 0 2, Seiter 3 0 6, Jiglia 3 1 7. Totals: 38 8 85.

        Lloyd ....... 11   4  10  10—35

        Brossart ....... 18  25  21  21—85

        3-pointers: B—Schultz. Records: B 8-5, L 2-7.

        • Boone County 67, Holmes 48 — Ciara Henderson and Chrissy Isaac each scored 12 first-half points to help the Lady Rebels to a 41-22 lead.

        Henderson led all scorers with 26 points. Erica Hallman scored 24 for Holmes.

        BOONE COUNTY (67) — Molleson 2 2 6, Isaac 6 0 12, Stefanopoulos 4 5 13, Newhaus 2 0 4, Grobmeyer 2 0 4, Henderson 7 7 26, Diehl 1 0 2. Totals: 24 14 67.

        HOLMES (48) — Jackson 7 1 15, Hallman 11 0 24, Patterson 1 2 5, Miller 1 2 4. Totals: 20 5 48.

        Boone County ....... 27  14  10  16—67

        Holmes ....... 14   8  15  11—48

        3-pointers: BC—Henderson 4. H—Hallman 2, Patterson. Records: BC 11-4, H 7-7.

        • Newport CC 75, Calvary Christian 56 at Newport All A Classic — Amy Meyer paced Newport CC with 27 points. Sarah Woods led all scorers for Calvary Christian with 29.

        CALVARY (56) — Woods 13 2 29, Blaine 3 0 7, Curry 2 0 4, VanBerkel 5 3 14, Fuller 1 0 2. Totals: 24 5 56.

        NEWPORT CC (75) — Fogelman 2 0 5, Chiodi 0 1 1, Maudlin 4 4 12, Burk 3 1 8, Prigge 1 0 2, N. Chiodi 3 5 12, Meyer 13 1 27, Ziegler 4 0 8. Totals: 30 12 75.

        Calvary ....... 13  14  14  15—56

        Newport CC ....... 20  17  16  22—75

        3-pointers: C—Woods, Blaine, VanBerkel. NCC—Fogelman, N. Chiodi, Burk. Records: C 7-4, NCC 9-5.

        • Holy Cross 41, Ludlow 32 at Newport All A Classic — Katie Hall and Ashlie Noll each scored 10 points to pace Holy Cross.

        HOLY CROSS (41) — Ryan 0 2 2, Englemon 1 1 4, Noll 4 1 10, Lea 1 0 2, Mitts 2 0 4, Hall 4 2 10, Vogelpohl 3 0 6, Batsche 1 1 3. Totals: 16 7 41.

        LUDLOW (32) — Hall 2 0 4, Wise 4 0 9, Blackburn 3 0 6, Lantry 0 3 3, Pence 4 2 10. Totals: 13 5 32.
       Holy Cross ....... 6   8  16  11—41

        Ludlow ....... 2  12   8  10—32

        3-pointers: HC—Englemon, Noel. L—Wise. Records: HC 5-4, L 4-5.

        • Villa Madonna 66, Heritage Academy 34 at Newport All A Classic — Lee Humphrey scored 15 points and Alex Randall added 13 to lead Villa Madonna. Villa never was challenged after opening a 19-0 lead in the first quarter.

        VILLA MADONNA (66) — Napier 1 0 2, Niemeyer 1 0 2, Hirt 1 1 3, Uhling 2 0 4, Sullender 2 1 7, L. Randall 1 2 4, A. Randall 6 1 13, Noll 0 2 2, Pavel 3 2 9, Halpin 1 3 5, Humphrey 6 2 15. Totals: 24 14 66.

        HERITAGE (34) — King 3 0 6, Wynn 2 3 8, Holtman 2 7 11, Capel 0 7 7, Neri 1 0 2. Totals: 8 17 34.

        Villa Madonna ....... 19  10  21  16—66

        Heritage ....... 0  15   9  10—34

        3-pointers: V—Sullender 2, Pavel, Humphrey. H— Wynn. Records: VM 10-3, H 2-8.

        • Highlands 68, Campbell County 40 — The Bluebirds went unchallenged after opening a 21-8 first-quarter lead. Stephanie Ripberger led the way with three 3-pointers in the quarter.

        Tara Boothe led all scorers with 19 points and Ripberger added 16.

        CAMPBELL COUNTY (40) — Wilson 2 2 7, Ballinger 1 3 5, Fowee 1 2 4, Bezold 0 1 1, Barry 4 2 11, Walker 4 0 8, King 2 0 4. Totals: 14 10 40.

        HIGHLANDS (68) — Gibson 2 1 6, Gearding 1 0 3, Winkler 2 0 4, Ripberger 6 0 16, Konen 4 2 10, Owsley 3 0 6, Hamel 1 0 2, Boothe 9 0 19, Grause 1 0 2. Totals: 29 3 68.

        Campbell County ....... 8   8   7  17—40

        Highlands ....... 21  19  17  11—68

        3-pointers: CC—Wilson, Barry. H—Gibson, Gearding, Ripberger 4, Boothe.

        • Scott 63, Bracken County 38 — Senior center Colleen Pairan led Scott with 19 points and 15 rebounds. Senior Amanda Matracia added 11 points and seven rebounds.

        SCOTT (63) — Pairan 9 1 19, Matracia 5 1 11, Wendeln 4 2 10, Hutchinson 4 1 9, Thomas 3 0 6, Verville 2 0 4, Hollaender 1 0 2, Brun 1 0 2. Totals: 29 5 63.

        BRACKEN CO. (38) — Hamilton 7 0 17, D. Jefferson 1 3 5, Tucker 3 1 7, Noms 1 2 4, Cannon 1 0 2, Jefferson 1 0 2, Newman 1 0 1. Totals: 14 7 38.

        Scott ....... 16  19  18  10-68

        Bracken Co. ....... 7  10  11  10-38

        3-pointers: Scott 0, Bracken Co. 3 (Hamilton 3). Records: Scott (5-7)

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