Wednesday, January 10, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Kelsey's 3 helps Seton sink St. Ursula

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Mary Kelsey hit a 3-pointer with 1.4 seconds to play, lifting Seton to a 51-48 victory over host St. Ursula Tuesday night.

        Elise and Ashley Meyer combined to score 29 points for Seton. Monica Naltner and Kacee Grogan each scored 13 points for St. Ursula.

        SETON (51) — Robbins 1 3 5, Kelsey 3 0 7, E. Meyer 6 0 14, A. Meyer 6 3 15, Schiller 3 0 6, Kenney 1 0 2, Grunnard 1 0 2. Totals: 21 6 51.

        ST. URSULA (48) — Schroder 2 0 5, Naltner 6 1 13, Grogan 4 4 13, Ballinger 1 0 2, Mahon 3 2 9, Dooley 3 0 6. Totals: 19 7 48.

        Seton ....... 16   9  12  14—51

        St. Ursula ....... 18  12   9   9—48

        3-pointers: Set—Kelsey, E. Meyer 2. Stu—Schroder, Grogan, Mahon. Records: Set 7-5 (GGCL 3-2), Stu 6-7.

        • Ursuline 62, Mount Notre Dame 52 — The Lions sank 11 of 13 free throws in the fourth quarter, four by Whitney Klein, enabling them to retain a share of first place in the Girls Greater Cincinnati League Scarlet Division.

        Maria Walker led all scorers with 16 points for Ursuline; Mel Thomas paced the Cougars with 14. Ursuline's Stephanie Blackburn had a double-double, scor ing 11 points and grabbing 10 rebounds.

        MOUNT NOTRE DAME (52) — Rohlfs 4 2 11, Holthaus 1 0 3, Hogan 1 0 3, Engel 3 0 6, Nahrup 1 0 3, Thomas 4 5 14, Cook 1 0 2, Barber 1 2 4, Braun 1 4 6. Totals: 17 14 52.

        URSULINE (62) — Obert 4 0 8, Klein 2 8 13, Blackburn 4 3 11, Davren 2 4 8, Polimeni 3 0 6, Walker 6 3 16. Totals: 21 18 62.

        Mount Notre Dame ....... 11  10  12  19—52

        Ursuline ....... 8  14  19  21—62

        3-pointers: M—Thomas, Rohlfs, Holthaus, Hogan, Nahrup. U—Klein, Walker. Records: M 5-7, 1-4 GGCL; U 7-6, 4-1 GGCL.

        • Northwest 45, Reading 41 — Samantha Meister and Holly Kuhn each made two free throws during the final two minutes to lift the Knights over the Blue Devils.

        READING (41) — Murphy 2 0 5, Sippola 2 0 4, Davis 1 0 2, Irwin 0 3 3, Dixon 2 0 4, Gee 1 8 10, Lawson 5 3 13. Totals: 13 14 41.

        NORTHWEST (45) — B. Meister 4 1 9, Kuhn 0 2 2, Jared 2 0 4, Kennedy 1 0 2, S. Meister 3 2 8, Dobrowolski 4 0 8, Dakin 6 0 12. Totals: 20 5 45.

        Reading ....... 6  12  13  10—41

        Northwest ....... 14   8  12  11—45

        3-pointers: R—Murphy. Records: R 5-6, N 5-7.

        • Walnut Hills 51, Aiken 28 — Tamara Fennell scored a game-high 10 points to lead the balanced Eagles scoring attack. Andrea Satterwite scored nine points to lead the Falcons.

        WALNUT HILLS (51) — Fennell 5 0 10, Turner 2 3 8, Wilson 4 0 8, Antle 3 0 7, Greene 3 1 7, Lajeunesse 2 0 4, Lucas 2 0 4, Martin 1 0 2, Davis 0 1 1. Totals: 22 5 51.

        AIKEN (28) — A. Satterwite 3 3 9, T. Satterwite 4 0 8, Hodge 2 0 4, Byrd 1 1 3, Mosley 1 0 2, Dickenson 1 0 2. Totals: 12 4 28.

        Walnut Hills ....... 13  14  18  6—51

        Aiken ....... 6  8  3  11—28

        3-pointers: W — Turner, Antle. Records: W 7-4 (6-1 QCC), A 0-9 (0-7 QCC).

        • Western Hills 46, Mount Healthy 41 — Reney Tolliver's 16-point effort led Western Hills. April Simmons led the Owls with 13 points.

        WESTERN HILLS (46) — S. Tolliver 2 1 7, R. Tolliver 6 2 16, Russia 2 2 6, Goodrich 3 2 8, Phillips 0 1 1, Bullock 4 0 8. Totals: 17 8 46.

        MOUNT HEALTHY (41) — Bowden 2 1 5, Brewer 5 3 13, Folino 1 0 2, Johnson 2 1 5, Simmons 7 0 16. Totals: 17 5 41.

        Western Hills ....... 9  15  15   7—46

        Mount Healthy ....... 4  12   8  17—41

        3-pointers: W-S. Tolliver 2, R. Tolliver 2; M-Simmons 2. Records: W 5-7 (4-3 QCC), M 5-5 (4-3).

        • Madeira 53, Seven Hills 15 — Amanda Davis scored 16 points and Lindsey Barnhart added 14 to lead the Amazons.

        MADEIRA (53) — Schneider 1 2 4, Mackris 0 2 2, Barnhill 1 0 2, Rupe 1 1 3, Sotelo 3 0 6, Groll 2 0 4, Davis 7 2 16, Gratsch 1 0 2, Barnhart 7 0 14. Totals: 23 7 53.

        SEVEN HILLS (15) — Hoffheimer 1 0 3, Burton 0 1 1, Wossner 1 0 3, Fiori 1 2 4, McIlwraith 0 2 2, Mirkopulos 1 0 2. Totals: 4 5 15.

        Madeira ....... 12  12  18  11—53

        Seven Hills ....... 5   5   2   3—15

        3-pointers: S—Hoffheimer, Wossner. Records: M 11-2, S 3-7.

        • Perth (Australia) 55, SCPA 40 — Shayne Orriss scored nine points in the fourth quarter to help Perth pull away. SCPA struggled with shooting in the second half.

        PERTH (55) — Orriss 5 2 12, Cooper 3 6 12, Giaquinto 3 0 6, Daly 2 1 5, L. Cooper 1 0 2, McNeil 1 2 4, Fischer 6 2 14. Totals: 21 13 55.

        SCPA (40) — Spickard 5 0 12, Hill 5 0 10, Hoernschemeyer 1 1 3, Rintamaki 2 0 6, John 3 0 6, Gordon 1 1 3. Totals: 17 2 40.

        Perth ....... 9  10  12  24—55

        SCPA ....... 4  14   5  18—40

        3-pointers: S—Spickard 2, Rintamaki 2. Records: S 7-2.

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