Friday, January 12, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Big 4th quarter lifts Winton Woods over Anderson

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Chanel Fletcher scored 13 of her game-high 26 points in the fourth quarter to help Winton Woods to a 63-41 victory over Anderson in girls basketball Thursday.

        Winton Woods outscored Anderson 25-4 in the fourth.

        Monica Tinsley added 16 points and 11 rebounds for Winton Woods. Quincey Deeds led Anderson with 12 points.

        ANDERSON (41) — Sherrick 3 0 6, Deeds 6 0 12, Gruber 4 2 10, Levy 3 0 6, Miller 1 0 2, Bove 2 1 5. Totals: 19 6 41.

        WINTON WOODS (63) — White 1 0 2, Fletcher 12 0 26, Johnson 2 0 4, Vox 4 0 9, Gibbs 1 0 2, Tinsley 8 0 16, Jackson 1 0 2, Davis 1 0 2. Totals: 30 0 63.

        Anderson ....... 8  10  19   4—41

        Winton Woods ....... 13   8  17  25—63

        3-pointers: W—Fletcher 2, Vox. Records: W 8-3 (FAVC 6-2), A 6-7 (3-5).

        • Mason 46, Turpin 29 — A 12-3 second quarter by the Comets set the stage for the outcome. Michelle Munoz scored 17 points for Mason and Jere' Issenmann added 12.

        Turpin stayed in the game early on 3-pointers with Cara Beiser knocking down four.

        TURPIN (29) — Barnett 0 1 1, Cummings 1 0 2, Biser 4 2 14, Hensley 2 0 5, Anderson 1 2 4, Watts 0 3 3. Totals: 8 8 29.

        MASON (46) — Stein 2 0 6, Minnich 4 0 9, Shill 1 0 2, Issenmann 2 7 12, Munoz 8 1 17. Totals: 17 8 46.

        Turpin ....... 10   3   8   8—29

        Mason ....... 14  12  10  10—46

        3-pointers: T—Biser 4, Hansley. M—Stein 2, Minnich, Issenmann. Records: Mason 10-3, 8-0 FAVC; T 2-11, 0-8 FAVC.

        • Glen Este 49, Harrison 43 — Sam Riley had three 3-pointers in the first quarter and 15 points in the second half to help Glen Este to its second win of the season over Harrison.

        Riley had a game-high 24 points. April Lux scored 16 points to lead Harrison.

        HARRISON (43) — Walton 1 0 2, Brooks 3 3 9, Daily 1 2 5, Toney 1 0 2, Lux 8 0 16, Ransick 3 3 9. Totals: 17 8 43.

        GLEN ESTE (49) — Kools 4 0 8, Dorsch 1 1 3, Riley 9 2 24, Thomas 1 0 2, Gee 2 0 5, Nickum 2 3 7. Totals: 19 6 49.

        Harrison ....... 9  13  8  13—43

        Glen Este ....... 17  8  16  8—49

        3-pointers: H — Daily. G — Riley 4, Gee. Records: H 6-4 (5-3 FAVC Buckeye), G 5-7 (3-5)

        • Amelia 78, Northwest 55 — Robin Davidson scored a season-high 24 points to help the Barons to their fifth consecutive victory.

        Megan Guinan added 13 points and had two assists and five rebounds. Julie Jared led Northwest with 19 points.

        NORTHWEST (55) — B. Meister 1 0 2, Jared 8 3 19, S. Meister 2 0 4, Schur 2 0 5, Campbell 2 2 6, Dobrovolski 4 0 8, Edwards 1 0 2, Dakin 4 1 9. Totals: 24 6 55.

        AMELIA (78) — Sheilds 1 4 6, Votapek 2 5 9, Brown 1 1 3, Gillespie 4 0 8, Davidson 12 0 24, Guinan 6 0 13, Emmert 4 3 11, Cammeresi 2 0 4. Totals: 32 13 78.

        Northwest ....... 14  12  11  18—55

        Amelia ....... 15  21  24  18—78

        3-pointers: N—Schur. A—Guinan. Records: A 7-5, 4-4 FAVC; N 5-8, 3-5 FAVC.

FAVC Cardinal
               • Goshen 73, Loveland 36 — Nikki Scott scored 23 points, 14 in the third quarter when Goshen outscored Loveland 22-6.

        LOVELAND (36) — Steir 2 2 6, Miller 0 1 1, Wilson 0 4 4, Bowman 6 0 12, Gruver 1 0 2, Brosemer 1 3 5, Bentz 2 0 5. Totals: 12 10 36.

        GOSHEN (73) — Rise 6 4 16, Marsh 1 0 2, Polly 0 6 6, Jay 0 2 2, Bitzer 5 0 10, Scott 10 3 23, Pels 4 6 14. Totals: 26 21 73.

        Loveland ....... 13   9   6   8—36

        Goshen ....... 13  17  22  21—73

        3-pointers: L-Bentz. Records: L 4-8 (4-4 FAVC), G 10-2 (6-2 FAVC).

        • Little Miami 47, Lebanon 32 — Courtney Balser scored 18 of her game-high 26 points in the second half.

        Ashley Ball led Lebanon with 10 points.

        LITTLE MIAMI (47) — Chamberlin 2 0 4, Smiley 2 0 4, A. Balser 0 1 1, Richardson 3 3 9, C. Balser 7 3 26, S. Journeay 0 2 2, L. Journeay 0 1 1. Totals: 14 10 47.

        LEBANON (32) — Baillie 1 0 2, Ball 4 2 10, Siehl 4 0 8, Turner 1 0 2, Meyer 1 0 2, LeVan 2 0 4, Jones 2 0 4. Totals: 15 2 32.

        Little Miami ....... 7  10  16  13—47

        Lebanon ....... 6  12  6  8—32

        3-pointers: LM — C. Balser 3. Records: LM 11-2 (7-1 FAVC Cardinal), L 4-8 (2-6 FAVC).

        • Kings 63, Norwood 25 — Kings' Sarah Fox had 27 points, nine rebounds, and six blocks.

        NORWOOD (25) — Evans 4 1 12, Theobald 0 2 2, McCarthy 3 0 6, Collins 1 1 3, McCalla 0 2 2. Totals: 8 6 25.

        KINGS (63) — Heekin 1 0 2, Daugherty 4 0 8, Oliva 2 0 4, Roudabush 3 1 7, Gallo 1 0 2, S. Fox 11 3 27, Bryant 1 0 2, McClung 5 0 10, Algie 0 1 1. Totals: 28 5 63.

        Norwood ....... 4  11   8   2—25

        Kings ....... 10  26  15  12—63

        3-pointers: N-Evans 3; K-S. Fox 2. Records: N 0-10 (0-7 FAVC), K 10-2 (8-0 FAVC).

Southern Buckeye
               • Hillsboro 58, Williamsburg 15 — Tara Walker scored 11 of her game-high 23 points in the first quarter.

        HILLSBORO (58) — Bayless 1 0 2, Hess 2 1 5, Butler 5 0 11, Marsh 2 0 4, Pence 2 1 5, Wright 0 2 2, Blair 2 0 4, Cannon 1 0 2, Walker 10 3 23. Totals: 25 7 58.

        WILLIAMSBURG (15) — Ferguson 2 0 4, Turkelson 1 1 3, Schneider 1 0 2, Smith 2 0 4, Wright 1 0 2. Totals: 7 1 15.

        Hillsboro ....... 23  7  24  4—58

        Williamsburg ....... 7  2  4  2—15

        3-pointers: H — Butler. Record: W 1-9 (0-6 SBC).

        • Felicity 54, Western Brown 37 — Carrie Keller and Cassie Hall each scored 14 points to lead Felicity.

        Jeralee Hartman's 11 points led Western Brown.

        WESTERN BROWN (36) — Wisley 2 0 5, Bolender 3 2 10, Boshears 1 1 3, Flishel 1 1 3, Bering 2 0 4, Ronford 0 1 1, Hartman 3 5 11. Totals: 12 10 37.

        FELICITY (54) — Bell 2 2 6, Wehrum 1 2 4, Easter 4 1 9, Keller 7 0 14, Cas. Hall 4 6 14, Can. Hall 3 1 7. Totals: 21 12 54.

        Western Brown ....... 1  9  14  13—36

        Felicity ....... 17  7  12  18—54

        3-pointers: W — Bolender 2, Wisley. Records: W 4-8 (2-4 SBC), F 7-5 (4-2 SBC).

        • Georgetown 65, CNE 46 — Bethany Cahall led the Lady G-men with 21 points and Kelly Miller added 15 as coach Bernie Cropper earned his 200th victory.

        Stephanie Roy had a game-high 27 points for the Lady Rockets.

        GEORGETOWN (65) — Cahall 7 7 21, Helbling 0 1 1, K. Miller 5 2 15, Workman 1 3 5, DeClaire 4 2 10, Brown 1 2 4, A. Chadwell 1 0 2, Persohn 1 0 2, Zurbuch 2 1 5. Totals: 22 18 65.

        CNE (46) — Roy 8 9 27, Smithers 0 1 1, Miller 0 2 2, Galvin 1 0 2, Creamer 1 3 5, Dirr 3 3 9. Totals: 13 18 46.

        Georgetown ....... 19  21  11  14—65

        CNE ....... 15   7  10  14—46

        3-pointers: G-K. Miller 3; C-Roy 2. Records: G 9-4 (6-1 SBC), C 3-9 (1-6).

Miami Valley Conference
               • CCD 63, St. Bernard 24 — The Indians opened the game with a 12-0 run. Natalie Geier led CCD with 12 points and Missy Vierling added 10.

        CCD (63) — Vierling 4 2 10, Woods 2 4 8, E. Geier 2 1 5, Baker 2 2 6, Fitzhugh 2 0 4, Reiber 4 0 8, N. Geier 4 4 12, Seward 4 0 8, Schneider 1 0 2. Totals: 25 13 63.

        ST. BERNARD (24) — McPartlin 2 0 4, Shadoan 3 0 7, Ellis 1 0 3, Mason 1 0 2, Simos 1 0 2, Hendricks 2 1 6. Totals: 10 1 24.

        CCD ....... 18  9  16  20—63

        St. Bernard ....... 4  5   6   8—24

        3-pointers: SB—Shadoan, Ellis, Hendricks. Records: C 8-2 (MVC 7-0), SB 2-12 (2-8).

        • North College Hill 66, New Miami 14 — The Lady Trojans' leading scorer, sophomore forward Michele Miller, had 19 points and five steals. NCH had 17 steals.

        NEW MIAMI (14) — Broshear 1 3 11, Ritchie 0 3 3. Totals: 4 3 14.

        NORTH COLLEGE HILL (66) — L. Johnson 4 2 10, Goldmas 2 0 4, Levette 3 0 6, S. Johnson 4 0 8, Saller 4 0 8, Mason 2 0 4, Slynn 3 0 6, Miller 9 1 19. Totals: 31 3 66.

        New Miami ....... 3   3   0   8—14

        North College Hill ....... 18  20  17  11—66

        3-pointers: NM-Brochear 3; NC-S. Johnson. Records: NC 8-3 (8-2 MVC).

        • Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy 53, Summit Country Day 34 — Robyn Shipley's two 3-pointers sparked a CHCA 11-0 run to open the third quarter and break open a two-point game.

        Erin Nichols scored 13 points to lead CHCA. Kendelle Lydon scored all nine of the Silver Knights' points in the first quarter on her way to a career-high 15 points.

        CHCA (53) — Shipley 2 0 6, Peters 3 4 10, Snyder 1 0 2, Holman 3 1 8, Nichols 6 1 13, Humphrey 1 1 3, Trenz 5 1 11. Totals: 21 8 53.

        Summit Country Day (34) — Hoeck 2 2 6, Conners 1 0 2, Haas 2 0 4, Ulmer 1 0 2, Lydon 7 1 15, Bunch 1 0 3, Kief 1 0 2. Totals: 15 3 34.

        CHCA ....... 13  17  13  10—54

        Summit Country Day ....... 9  19   2   4—34

        3-pointers: C — Shipley 2, Holman. S — Bunch. Records: C 9-2 (6-2 MVC), S 6-6 (5-6)

Cincinnati Hills League
               • Reading 47, Finneytown 35 — Megan Murphy scored eight points in the fourth quarter, rallying the Blue Devils.

        FINNEYTOWN (35) — Neher 2 0 5, Lorber 2 3 7, Gardner 1 0 2, Warner 1 0 2, Gardlik 3 3 9, Bond 1 2 4, Croley 2 1 5, Reisner 0 1 1. Totals: 12 10 35.

        READING (47) — Mickie Murphy 1 2 4, Megan Murphy 4 5 16, Sippola 0 2 2, Fletcher 3 1 7, Davis 2 0 4, Irwin 1 0 2, Dixon 1 1 3, Gee 1 1 3, Lawson 3 0 6. Totals: 16 12 47.

        Finneytown ....... 7   9   7  12—35

        Reading ....... 4  13   9  21—47

        3-pointers: F—Neher. R—Megan Murphy 3. Records: F 2-10, 1-8 CHL; R 6-6, 4-4 CHL.

        • Taylor 61, Deer Park 36 — Danielle Poynter (17 points), Ashley Gerwin (12) and Katie Rapking (11) led Taylor.

        Kari Wilson scored 13 points and grabbed 16 rebounds for Deer Park.

        TAYLOR (61) — Neidhard 1 3 5, Gerwin 6 0 12, Doll 4 0 8, Poynter 5 4 17, Smith 2 1 5, Rapking 3 5 11, Gerwin 1 0 2, Thinnes 0 1 1. Totals: 22 14 61.

        DEER PARK (36) — Eigel 1 0 3, Dennis 2 4 8, Jen Houston 2 0 4, Wilson 4 5 13, Nally 2 0 4, Jetter 1 0 2, Jes. Houston 1 0 2. Totals: 13 9 36.

        Taylor ....... 15  22  11  13—61

        Deer Park ....... 9  15   8   4—36

        3-pointers: T—Poynter 3. D—Eigel. Records: T 5-7 (CHL 2-5), D 1-10 (0-7).

        • Wyoming 57, Indian Hill 37 — Jenni McGee scored seven of her team-high 13 points in the first quarter when the Cowboys took a 13-1 lead.

        Kari Tepe had 17 points for Indian Hill.

        WYOMING (57) — Anderson 3 0 8, Hoyles 2 0 4, Verhaeghe 5 1 11, McCarthy 2 7 11, Bell 1 1 3, McGee 5 2 13, Loper 1 3 5, McKimm 0 2 2. Totals: 19 16 57.

        INDIAN HILL (37) — Ellis 1 1 3, Schmidt 2 3 7, Tepe 6 5 17, Von Lehman 1 0 2, Forbes 3 0 6, Bracken 1 0 2. Totals: 14 9 37.

        Wyoming ....... 13  15  16  13—57

        Indian Hill ....... 1  14  11  11—37

        3-pointers: W — Anderson 2, McGee. Records: 10-2 (7-1 CHL), I 5-5 (4-4 CHL).

Queen City Conference
               • Mount Healthy 53, Withrow 51 — Kisha Brewer scored a game-high 22 points and sank the game-winning field goal with 12 seconds remaining.

        Alexis Hampton and Tosha Collins led Withrow with 14 points each.

        MOUNT HEALTHY (53) — Bowden 0 1 1, Grant 1 0 2, Brewer 9 4 22, Folino 1 0 2, Leahy 3 0 7, Johnson 2 0 4, Simmons 4 0 11, Thomas 2 0 4. Totals: 22 5 53.

        WITHROW (51) — Hampton 4 3 14, Pryor 2 0 4, Collins 5 0 14, Richardson 5 1 11, R. Spivery 4 0 8. Totals: 20 4 51.

        Mount Healthy ....... 17  10  12  14—53

        Withrow ....... 8  15   8  20—51

        3-pointers: M—Leahy, Simmons 3. W—Hampton 3, Collins 4. Records: M 6-5, 5-3 QCC; W 5-7, 4-4 QCC.

        • Walnut Hills 49, Western Hills 39 — Leigha Wilson scored five points in the first quarter to lead Walnut Hills to a 13-2 lead. The Eagles maintained a 10-point lead most of the game.

        Janalyn Turner led Walnut Hills with 11 points.

        WALNUT HILLS (49) — Turner 4 1 11, Wilson 4 2 10, Antle 3 3 9, Lajeunesse 3 3 9, Fennell 3 1 7, Greene 1 0 2, Davis 0 1 1. Totals: 18 11 49.

        WESTERN HILLS (39) — Bullock 6 0 12, S. Tolliver 3 0 7, R. Tolliver 3 0 7, Russia 2 0 5, Goodrich 3 0 6, Tesfal 1 0 2. Totals: 18 0 39.

        Walnut Hills ....... 13  11  14  11—49

        Western Hills ....... 2  10  16  11—39

        3-pointers: Wal—Turner 2. West—Russia, S. Tolliver, R. Tolliver. Records: Wal 8-4 (QCC 7-1).

        • Hughes 82, Aiken 19 — Ashante Pettyjohn scored 27 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and blocked three shots to lead Hughes. Tina Hodge paced Aiken with 11 points.

        AIKEN (19) — Mosely 1 0 2, Byrd 1 0 2, Hodge 3 4 11, Tinsley 1 0 2, Satterwhite 1 0 2. Totals: 7 4 19.

        HUGHES (82) — Johnson 2 8 12, Davis 5 0 10, Everson 4 4 12, Steele 5 4 14, Bridges 2 0 4, Pettijohn 13 1 27, Moore 1 0 2, Joiner 0 1 1. Totals: 32 18 82.

        Aiken ....... 6   0   7   6—19

        Hughes ....... 26  19  17  20—82

        3-pointers: A—Hodge. Records: H 11-1 (QCC 8-0).

        • Taft 66, Woodward 55 (2 OT) — Freshman Ebony Ragland scored 11 of her game-high 18 points in the fourth quarter and two overtimes to lead Taft.

        Tiara Billingsley led Woodward with 14 points.

        WOODWARD (55) — Johnson 4 0 10, Bradley 1 0 2, Love 1 0 2, Lillard 2 3 7, Billingsley 6 1 14, Fields 2 0 5, Jones 3 2 8, Biggers 3 1 7. Totals: 22 7 55.

        TAFT (66) — Dunlap 3 0 6, Jennings 1 0 2, Hill 2 0 4, Clark 5 1 11, Sneed 5 4 14, Ragland 7 2 18, Wise 2 0 4, Jenkins 2 3 7. Totals: 27 10 66.

        Woodward ....... 7  9  16  17  5  1—55

        Taft ....... 10  15  10  14  5  12—66

        3-pointers: W — Johnson 2, Billingsley, Fields. T — Ragland 2. Record: T 3-9 (2-6 QCC).

Greater Miami Conference
               • Oak Hills 54, Middletown 27 — Oak Hills' Amanda Sauers and Lauren Holmes each had 10 points.

        Middletown scored three points in the second quarter on 1-of-7 shooting.

        MIDDLETOWN (27) — Sheilds 3 3 9, Thomas 3 2 8, Beetch 2 0 4, Weingartner 0 1 1, Rupp 1 0 2, Frazier 1 0 2, Bond 0 1 1. Totals: 10 7 27.

        OAK HILLS (54) — Cornelius 3 0 6, Laug 1 1 3, Sauers 5 0 10, Dietrich 1 0 2, Cluesener 2 4 9, Rosenberger 1 1 3, Fehr 2 1 7, Hessel 2 0 4, Holmes 4 2 10. Totals: 21 9 54.

        Middletown ....... 7   3   4  13—27

       Oak Hills ....... 7  16  15  16—54

        3-pointers: O-Kluesener, Fehr 2. Records: M 1-10 (0-9 GMC), O 10-1 (8-1 GMC). • Milford 61, Hamilton 48 — Milford closed out the game on a 23-12 run after Hamilton had cut the lead to 38-36 near the end of the third quarter.

        Kelly Jack, Jen Hrovat, and Sam Gaible all scored in double figures for the Eagles. Nichelle Booker led Hamilton with a career-high 15 points.

        MILFORD (61) — Thomas 0 1 1, Jack 5 2 14, Moorman 3 0 7, Hrovat 4 2 10, Gaible 4 2 10, Richmond 3 1 7, Kinder 2 1 6, Gulleman 1 4 6. Totals: 22 13 61.

        HAMILTON (48) — DeLong 5 0 11, Brosey 3 0 6, Marshall 5 0 10, Booker 7 1 15, Young 0 2 2, Fox 1 0 2, Brown 1 0 2. Totals: 22 3 48.

        Milford ....... 21   7  17  16—61

        Hamilton ....... 14  10  12  12—48

        3-pointers: M—Jack 2, Moorman, Kinder. H—DeLong. Records: M 4-8 (GMC 3-5), H 3-9 (1-8).

        • Sycamore 61, Fairfield 58 — The Aviators sank seven of 10 free throws in overtime for the victory.

        Fairfield's Wanisha Smith led all scorers with 33 points and grabbed 12 rebounds.

        FAIRFIELD (58) — Buczek 2 0 4, Smith 11 10 33, Davenport 3 3 10, Taylor 1 0 2, Carty 3 0 7, Lautenslager 1 0 2. Totals: 21 13 58.

        SYCAMORE (61) — Frank 1 0 2, Fitzwilson 5 0 11, Gore 1 0 2, Schwerdtmann 5 8 18, Kimmey 5 11 23, Ebel 1 0 2, Pennington 1 1 3. Totals: 19 20 61.

        Fairfield ....... 14  10  9  21  4—58

        Sycamore ....... 8  10  20  16  7—61

        3-pointers: F-Smith, Davenport, Carty; S-Fitzwilson, Kimmey 2. Records: F 7-4 (5-4 GMC), S 7-5 (4-5 GMC).

Southern Hills League
               • Fayetteville 67, Manchester 40 — The Rockets opened the game with a 14-0 run. Freshman Holly Rodselot had 15 points and four steals. Tabby Rolph paced Manchester with 11 points.

        MANCHESTER (40) — Friend 2 2 6, N. Butcher 0 1 1, Woods 1 4 6, Tabby Rolph 5 1 11, K. Cluxton 1 4 6, S. Cluxton 0 2 2, Tiffany Rolph 0 2 2, B. Butcher 1 0 2, Rowe 1 2 4. Totals: 11 18 40.

        FAYETTEVILLE (67) — Holly Rosselot 7 0 15, R. White 6 2 14, B. White 4 3 11, Heather Roselot 2 0 4, Pope 3 2 8, Call 5 2 13, Hufford 1 0 2. Totals: 28 9 67.

        Manchester ....... 2  14  13  11—40

        Fayetteville ....... 22  14  20  11—67

        3-pointers: F—Holly Rosselot, Call. Records: F 7-5, 5-3 SHL; M—0-12, 0-7 SHL.

        • Eastern Brown 66, Western Latham 24 — Micah Harvey led three Lady Warriors in double figures with 14 points.

        WESTERN LATHAM (24) — Dakovic 1 0 2, Morhouer 5 0 10, Brewster 2 2 8, Ross 2 0 4. Totals: 10 2 24.

        EASTERN BROWN (66) — Scott 3 1 7, Morris 2 0 4, Burroughs 4 2 10, Harvey 6 1 14, Forsythe 2 0 4, Ellis 2 0 4, Jodrey 3 1 7, Hauck 5 0 10, Koehler 1 0 2, Holton 1 0 2, Berry 1 0 2. Totals: 30 6 66.

        Western Latham ....... 4   0   6  14—24

        Eastern Brown ....... 12  17  25  12—66

        3-pointers: W — Brewster 2. E — Harvey. Records: E 12-0 (8-0 SHL).

        • North Adams 56, Peebles 27 — The Green Devils took a 33-9 halftime lead. Bethany Simpson scored a game-high 11 points.

        PEEBLES (27) — Shoemaker 2 0 4, Beech 2 2 6, Reed 3 1 7, Kremin 2 0 4, Holbert 1 0 2, Jones 1 0 2, Smalley 1 0 2. Totals: 12 3 27.

        NORTH ADAMS (56) — Baxla 1 0 2, Copas 3 2 8, Hickey 0 2 2, Robinson 2 2 6, Simpson 5 1 11, Brown 2 0 5, Fulton 2 3 7, Shreffler 2 1 5, Shupert 5 0 10. Totals: 22 11 56.

        Peebles ....... 5   4  10   8—27

        North Adams ....... 19  14   4  19—56

        3-pointers: N—Brown. Records: N 10-1, 7-1 SHL.

Kenton Trace Conference
               • Greenview 60, Clinton Massie 48 — Ashley Sweat led the Rams with 13 points.

        Mandy Duncan and Mindy Wood each had 10 points for the Falcons.

        GREENVIEW (60) — McKinney 1 6 8, Haines 3 1 7, Teynor 1 1 3, Sweat 4 5 13, Morris 1 0 2, Pauley 1 3 5, Jacobson 1 1 3, Tobe 5 0 11, Harper 2 2 8. Totals: 19 19 60.

        CLINTON MASSIE (48) — Brigano 2 0 4, L. Ferrau 2 4 8, Wilkinson 2 0 4, D. Ferrau 1 0 2, Duncan 4 1 10, Wood 5 0 10, Fisher 0 2 2,Sudman 3 0 8. Totals: 19 7 48.

        Greenview ....... 14   9  18  19—60

        Clinton Massie ....... 10  11  13  14—48

        3-pointers: G-Tobe 1, Harper 2; Duncan 1, Sudman 2. Records: G 10-2 (6-1 KTC), C 5-8 (3-4).

Non league
               • Landmark Christian 54, SCPA 40 Amy Sebastian scored 21 points to lead the Golden Eagles.

        Marja Rintamaki scored 16 points for SCPA.

        SCPA (40) — Spickard 4 0 10, Hill 3 0 6, Rintamaki 5 2 16, John 2 0 4, Gordon 1 2 4. Totals: 15 4 40.

        LANDMARK CHRISTIAN (54) — Oliver 3 0 7, Spears 0 2 2, Jaeger 4 2 10, Amy Sebastian 8 3 21, Snell 2 0 4, Andrea Sebastian 5 0 10. Totals: 22 7 54.

        SCPA ....... 4  18  11   7—40

        Landmark ....... 18   7  18  11—54

        3-pointers: S-Spickard 2, Rintamaki 4; L-Oliver, Amy Sebastian 2. Records: S 7-2, L 9-2 (6-2 MVC).

        • Middletown Christian 59, Xenia Christian 44 — A. Bredding scored 23 points for Middletown Christian.

        XENIA (44) — Brown 1 1 3, Hughes 6 0 12, Gustufson 2 0 4, Stevens 11 1 25. Totals: 20 2 44.

        MIDDLETOWN (59) — Taylor 1 2 4, H. Bredding 2 0 4, A. Bredding 8 7 23, Esselman 3 0 6, Fox 7 2 16, Huntsberger 3 0 6. Totals: 24 11 59.

        Xenia ....... 15   6  15   8—44

        Middletown ....... 19  11  16  13—59

        3-pointers: Z-Stevens 2. Records: Z 0-9, M 5-6.

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