Sunday, January 14, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Shipley scores 28 as CHCA upsets McNick

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Freshman guard Robin Shipley scored 28 points to lead Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy to a 54-51 win over McNicholas on Saturday.

        McNicholas was the top-ranked team in the Enquirer coaches Divisions II-IV poll. CHCA was 11th.

        McNicholas pulled within one point three times, but couldn't overtake CHCA in the second half.

        Kristen Humphrey had nine rebounds, five assists and three steals for CHCA.

        Ashley Clark (15 points) and Kendra Hornschemeier (10 points) paced McNicholas.

        McNICHOLAS (51) — Flammer 1 0 2, Williams 0 1 1, Hornschemeier 3 3 10, B. Clark 1 0 2, A. Clark 7 2 15, J. Breving 1 0 2, Oberschmidt 3 3 9, K. Breving 5 0 10. Totals: 20 9 51.

        CHCA (54) — Shipley 10 4 28, Peters 0 2 2, Snyder 2 1 5, Holman 3 0 6, Nichols 1 0 2, Bowden 1 2 4, Humphrey 0 2 2, Trenz 2 1 5. Totals: 19 12 54.

        McNicholas ....... 16   9  12  14—51

        CHCA ....... 14  16   9  15—54

        3-pointers: M—Hornschemeier. C—Shipley 4. Records: C 10-2, 7-1 MVC; M 8-4.

GGCL
               • Ursuline 47, McAuley 32 — Jackie Obert (13 points) and Maria Walker (11) each scored eight points in the second quarter as Ursuline took a 22-9 halftime lead. Lisa Kampschmidt paced McAuley with 12 points.

        McAULEY (32) — Sullivan 0 1 1, Rack 3 0 6, Reilman 1 0 2, Hoffman 1 0 2, Lichtenfeld 2 1 5, Koenig 1 1 3, Kampschmidt 4 4 12, Rosing 0 1 1. Totals: 12 8 32.

        URSULINE (47) — Obert 5 2 13, Klein 3 2 10, Blackburn 2 0 4, Davren 3 1 7, Walker 3 4 11, Campbell 0 1 1, Hensley 0 1 1. Totals: 16 11 47.

        McAuley ....... 6   3   8  13—32

        Ursuline ....... 4  18  14  11—47

        3-pointers: U—Klein 2, Obert, Walker. Records: U 8-6 (GGCL 5-1).

        • Alter 71, Roger Bacon 59 — Alter outscored Bacon 40-26 in the second half.

        Meghan Thompson led Alter with 21 points. Ellie Hazelbacker had a game-high 23 points for Bacon.

        ROGER BACON (59) — Byrd 3, Frentos 4, Knecht 4, Withers 7, Kelly 5, Metz 13, Hazelbaker 23. Totals: 17 18 59.

        ALTER (71) — Ruschau 3, Davis 5, Heaton 18, Thompson 21, Storer 15, Brown 7, Duggan 2. Totals: 18 35 71.

        Roger Bacon ....... 19  14  13  13—59

        Alter ....... 13  18  19  21—71

        3-pointers: R — Hazelbaker 2, Byrd, Withers, Kelly. Records: R 6-6 (1-3 GGCL Gray), A 9-3 (2-2).

Mid-Miami League
               • Springboro 66, Talawanda 32 — Jill Graham and Kelsey Sullivan each scored 10 points in the first half, setting the stage for the victory and coach Rick Creager's 300th victory.

        SPRINGBORO (66) — Dwyer 1 0 2, Graham 5 0 12, Dietz 1 0 2, Hampton 3 0 6, Sullivan 5 0 12, Lacy 3 1 8, Wight 3 6 12, Ballard 3 0 6, Meecham 2 0 4, Wright 1 0 2. Totals: 27 7 66.

        TALAWANDA (32) — Bulach 2 0 4, Schulte 1 1 3, Keehner 3 2 8, Paternite 1 0 2, Jacquemin 1 0 2, Bower 5 1 11, Stevens 1 0 2. Totals: 14 4 32.

        Springboro ....... 18  19  17  12—66

        Talawanda ....... 6   4  12  10—32

        3-pointers: S—Graham 2, Sullivan 2. Lacy. Records: S 12-1, 7-0 MML.

        • Midd. Fenwick 52, Dayton Stebbins 35 — Besides scoring a team-high 11 points, Ashley Brown had nine rebounds for Fenwick.

        STEBBINS (35) — Coleman 1 0 2, Newhouse 2 3 7, Compton 2 2 6, Billings 3 2 9, Dill 3 1 7, Miller 2 0 4. Totals: 13 8 35.

        FENWICK (52) — Becker 4 1 9, Bruggeman 2 3 7, Mather 2 0 4, Brown 5 1 11, Wolke 1 0 2, Smith 2 1 6, Bidwell 3 0 6, Stonecash 3 0 7. Totals: 22 6 52.

        Stebbins ....... 2   8   8  17—35

        Fenwick ....... 14   9  15  14—52

        3-pointers: S—Billings. F—Smith, Stonecash. Records: F 7-4, 5-1 MML South; S 1-10, 0-6 MML North.

Non-league • Winton Woods 59, Lakota East 56, OT — Chanel Fletcher made four free throws in the final minute of overtime for the Warriors.
               Erin Lee paced Lakota East with a career-high 25 points.

        WINTON WOODS (59) — White 1 0 2, Fletcher 6 9 21, Johnson 5 1 11, Box 4 1 9, Tinsley 3 1 7, Jackson 4 0 8, Davis 0 1 1. Totals: 23 13 59 .

        LAKOTA EAST (56) — Williams 4 0 8, Lee 7 10 25, Nollen 0 2 2, Marshal 1 0 2, Webb 7 2 16, Estes 1 1 3. Totals: 20 15 56.

        Winton Woods ....... 9   8  10  22  10—59

        Lakota East ....... 13  10  13  13   7—56

        3-pointers: L-Lee. Records: L 5-7.

        • Oak Hills 65, Harrison 46 — Oak Hills extended its winning streak to eight games.

        Jackie Cornelius led Oak Hills with a game-high 14 points, and Danielle Dietrich hauled in a game-high 11 rebounds. Liz Ransick and Susannah Brooks shared team-high scoring honors for Harrison with 10 points each.

        HARRISON (46) — Toney 2 0 4, Ransick 3 4 10, Lux 3 2 8, Daily 2 1 5, Santillo 0 2 2, Brooks 2 6 10, Holderer 1 0 2, Barns 1 0 2, Grauvogel 0 3 3. Totals: 14 18 46.

        OAK HILLS (65) — Cornelius 6 1 14, Dietrich 1 0 2, Laug 5 1 11, Sauers 3 0 7, Fehr 2 0 5, Kluesener 3 1 7, Rosenberger 2 1 5, Lack 1 0 2, Hessel 1 0 2, Holmes 4 2 10. Totals: 28 6 65.

        Harrison ....... 13  7  11  15—46

        Oak Hills ....... 13  23  9  20—650

        3-pointers: O — Sauers, Fehr, Cornelius. Records: H 6-5, O 11-1.

        • Indian Hill 73, Norwood 27 — The Braves took a 26-8 lead in the first quarter behind Erin Schmitt's four 3-pointers.

        INDIAN HILL (73) — Crook 2 0 5, Ellis 4 4 12, Schmitt 9 2 26, Tepe 1 2 4, Von Lehman 2 0 4, David 4 2 12, Thorpe 4 2 7, Iacono 1 1 3. Totals: 25 14 73.

        NORWOOD (27) — Evans 1 1 4, Elliott 0 1 1, Smith 1 1 3, McCarthy 3 2 8, Hammond 0 2 2, Cassem 0 1 1, Collins 2 2 6, McCalla 0 2 2. Totals: 7 12 21.

        Indian Hill ....... 26  16  15  16—73

        Norwood ....... 8   8   3   8—27

        3-pointers: I-Schmidt 6, David 2, Crook; N-Evans. Records: I 6-5, N 0-12.

        • Badin 85, Withrow 33 — Cydney Overton scored 17 points and had eight rebounds to lead Badin. Caroline Cochran added a career-high 15 points.

        Nakeisha Pryor led Withrow with 11 points.

        WITHROW (33) — Hampton 2 5 9, Pryor 1 9 11, Spivery 1 1 3, Williams 0 1 1, Collins 2 3 8, Willis 0 1 1. Totals: 6 20 33.

        BADIN (85) — Vilkoski 3 0 6, Parker 4 0 8, Overton 8 1 17, Morner 5 0 10, Shull 1 0 2, Beckett 3 3 9, Saurber 1 0 2, Sphire 2 0 4, Collins 1 0 2, Cochran 7 1 15, Gersbach 4 0 8, Kuzma 1 0 2. Totals: 40 5 85.

        Withrow ....... 4  9  8  12—33

        Badin ....... 24  21  15  25—85

        3-pointers: W — Collins. Records: W 5-8, B 6-6.

        • St. Ursula 52, Batavia 47, at Schmidt Fieldhouse — Amy Schroeder hit a 3-pointer with about a minute to go to give St.Ursula a 52-47 lead.

        Monica Neltner led St.Ursula with a game-high 15 points.

        Katie Connaughton added 14 and Schroeder 11 for the Bulldogs. St. Ursula point guard Kristen Mahon had seven assists.

        Tess Weidner led Batavia with 13 points.

        BATAVIA (47) — Weidner 5 0 13, Swart 3 0 6, Crooker 2 3 9, Stout 3 0 6, Lowe 2 0 6, Wehrman 3 0 7. Totals: 18 3 47.

        ST. URSULA (52) — Mahon 1 0 3, Grogan 2 0 4, Connaughton 7 0 14, Neltner 5 5 15, Schroeder 4 0 11, Ballinger 2 0 5. Totals: 21 5 52.

        Batavia ....... 21  6  9  11—47

        St. Ursula ....... 17  17  9  9—52

        3-pointers: B — Weidner 3, Croker, Lowe 2, Lehrner. S — Schroeder 3, Ballinger, Mahon. Records: B 9-3, S 7-7.

        • Amelia 59, Loveland 34 — Krissy Emmert scored eight points to lead Amelia to a 20-8 first-quarter lead.

        LOVELAND (34) — Stier 2 2 7, Bowman 1 0 2, Wilson 3 2 8, Graver 4 0 8, Brosmer 0 3 3, Bentz 3 0 6. Totals: 13 7 34.

        AMELIA (59) — Votapek 3 1 7, Gillespie 5 0 11, Davidson 8 0 16, Guinan 3 0 6, Emmert 4 0 8, Cammeresi 4 2 11. Totals: 27 3 59.

        Loveland ....... 8  10   5  11—34

        Amelia ....... 20  10  16  13—59

       

3-pointers: L—Stier. A—Gillespie, Cammeresi. Records: A 8-5, L 4-9.

        • Middletown 59, Mount Healthy 40 — Brittany Shield scored 21 points and Charlotte Thomas had a season-high 18 for the Middies. Anne Weingartner had 10 rebounds.

        Kisha Brewer recorded a double-double with 22 points and 11 rebounds for Mount Healthy.

        MT. HEALTHY (40) — Brewer 9 4 22, Leahy 2 0 4, Johnson 1 3 5, Simmons 3 0 9. Totals: 15 7 40.

        MIDDLETOWN (59) — Weingartner 1 0 2, Shields 6 9 21, Thomas 8 1 18, Rupp 4 0 8, Mack 1 0 2, Russell 3 2 8. Totals: 23 12 59.

        Mt. Healthy ....... 9  13  12  6—40

        Middletown ....... 21  7  14  17—59

        3-pointers: MH — Simmons 3. M — Thomas. Records: MH 6-6, M 2-10.

        • Clinton-Massie 66, Deer Park 40 — Jaymi Sudman scored all of her game-high 15 points in the first half for Clinton-Massie.

        Katie Dennis led the Wildcats with 11 points.

        DEER PARK (40) — Miskinens 1 0 3, Dennis 5 1 11, Houston 2 2 6, Wilson 0 2 2, Howard 2 0 4, Nailey 3 0 8, Jetter 2 0 4, J. Houston 1 0 2. Totals: 16 5 40.

        CLINTON-MASSIE (66) — Brigano 3 3 9, Wilkinson 2 2 6, D. Ferrau 2 0 4, Campbell 1 1 3, Duncan 3 4 10, Wood 4 5 13, Fisher 3 0 6, Sudman 6 0 15. Totals: 24 15 66.

        Deer Park ....... 10  6  8  16—40

        Clinton-Massie ....... 18  24  15  9—66

        3-pointers: D — Nailey 2, Miskinens. C — Sudman 3. Records: D 1-11, C 6-8.

        • Columbus Brookhaven 45, Mercy 35, at the Pickerington Shootout Melissa Clavier had 10 points, 11 rebounds and three steals to lead Mercy.

        BROOKHAVEN (45) — R. Allen 1 0 2, Johnson 4 3 13, Byrd 2 2 6, T. Johnson 1 0 2, Fountain 2 3 8, B. Hunter 6 0 12, C. Hunter 1 0 2. Totals: 17 8 45.

        MERCY (35) — Mullen 2 0 6, Zerilla 1 0 2, Dehne 1 0 3, Heintz 1 2 4, M. Clavier 5 0 10, Winright 3 0 7, J. Clavier 1 0 3. Totals: 14 2 35.

        Brookhaven ....... 9  10  11  15—45

        Mercy ....... 9   6  11   9—35

        3-pointers: B-A. Johnson 2; M-Mullen 2, Dehne, Heintz, Winright, J. Clavier. Records: B 12-0, M 8-4.

        • Purcell Marian 70, Finneytown 20 — Kerri Finnell scored 22 of her game-high 26 points in the first half to lead the Cavaliers to their 13th victory for the first time in school history.

        FINNEYTOWN (20) — Lorber 1 1 3, Gardner 1 2 5, Gardlik 3 0 6, Bond 1 1 3, Reisner 1 0 2. Totals: 7 5 20.

        PURCELL MARIAN (70) — Simpson 1 0 2, Hale 5 0 10, Finnell 12 2 26, White 6 0 12, Burtke 1 0 2, Reese 3 0 6, A. White 6 0 12 . Totals: 34 2 70 .

        Finneytown ....... 08  02  07  03—20

        Purcell Marian ....... 24  22  16  08—70

        3-pointers: F-Gardner. Records: F 2-11, P 13-2.

        • Goshen 54, Turpin 48 — Goshen outscored Turpin 17-10 in the fourth quarter.

        Cara Biser led Turpin with 16 points and Nikkie Scott paced Goshen with 20.

        GOSHEN (54) — Rise 2 4 8, Marsh 3 0 7, Polly 1 2 4, Jay 1 0 2, Bitzer 5 0 11, Scott 7 6 20, Pels 1 0 2. Totals: 21 12 54.

        TURPIN (48) — Arnett 1 2 4, Cummings 1 0 3, Biser 8 0 16, Hensley 3 0 8, Anderson 1 0 2, Maue 1 0 2, Watts 6 1 13. Totals: 21 3 48.

        Goshen ....... 12  12  13  17—54

        Turpin ....... 16  14   8  10—48

        3-pointers: G—Marsh, Bitzer. T—Cummings, Hensley 2. Records: T 2-12, G 11-2.

        • SCPA 63, New Miami 35 — Kate Spickard scored 21 points and had five assists for the Raiders.

        Marja Rintamaki also had five assists to go with her nine points for SCPA.

        SCPA (63) — Spickard 8 3 21, Brunis 2 0 4, McCollum 2 0 4, Hill 3 0 6, Hoernschemeyer 2 0 4, Rintamaki 4 0 9, Gordon 2 0 4, Pavelish 2 0 4, Davis 3 1 7. Totals: 28 4 63.

        NEW MIAMI (35) — Goins 0 2 2, McNabb 2 0 6, Robinson 0 2 2, Fisher 1 0 2, Brashear 1 0 3, Proffitt 1 0 2, Faulkner 4 3 11, Hensley 1 0 2, Ritchie 2 1 5. Totals: 11 9 35.

        SCPA ....... 13  16  23  11—63

        New Miami ....... 6  7  11  11—35

        3-pointers: S — Spickard 2, Rintamaki. N — McNabb 2, Brashear. Record: S 8-3.

        • Middletown Christian 49, Cincinnati Christian 40 — Middletown Christian needed scoring from just three players — Lauren Fox (18 points), Amber Breeding (17) Bekki Allen (14) — to beat the Cougars.

        CINCINNATI CHRISTIAN (40) — Baysore 2 0 4, Tillitz 1 0 2, Bashford 1 0 2, Becker 4 0 9, Fagin 1 0 3, Emerson 5 2 12, Lowe 3 2 8. Totals: 17 4 40.

        MIDDLETOWN CHRISTIAN (49) — Breeding 6 5 17, Allen 7 0 14, Fox 6 5 18. Totals: 19 10 49.

        Cincinnati Christian ....... 10  8  9  13—40

        Middletown Christian ....... 12  12  13  12—49

        3-pointers: C — Becker, Fagin. M — Fox. Record: M 6-6 (3-2 Metro Buckeye Conference).

        • Anderson 68, Milford 67 — Anderson's Jenni Sherrick sank a 3-pointer with 1.5 seconds remaining to end Milford's rally.

        Anderson sophomore Quincey Deeds scored a career-high 31 points.

        MILFORD (67) — Jack 1 1 3, Moorman 7 0 18, Hrovat 3 2 8, Gaible 7 5 19, Richmond 0 1 1, Gardner 0 1 1, Gulleman 6 5 17. Totals: 22 15 67.

        ANDERSON (68) — Sherrick 5 4 15, Deeds 12 7 31, Gruber 4 1 10, Leavy 3 0 6, Miller 2 0 4, Bove 0 2 2. Totals: 26 14 68.

        Milford ....... 14   8  18  27—67

        Anderson ....... 17  19  16  16—68

        3-pointers: M—Moorman 4. A—Sherrick, Gruber. Records: M 4-9, A 7-7.

        • Eastern Brown 66, Hillsboro 39 — Eastern Brown won its 38th consecutive regular-season game behind Micah Harvey, who scored 14 points, and Elizabeth Burrows, who scored 16 points.

        HILLSBORO (39) — Bayless 3 0 7, Hess 5 0 10, Butler 2 3 7, Pence 1 0 2, Wright 1 0 3, Blair 1 0 2, Walker 4 0 8. Totals: 17 3 39.

        EASTERN BROWN (66) — Scott 3 1 8, Morris 3 0 7, Burrows 6 3 16, Harvey 5 2 14, Ellis 2 0 4, Jodry 5 2 12, Hauck 2 1 5. Totals: 26 9 66.

        Hillsboro ....... 6   3  14  16—39

        Eastern Brown ....... 16  22  21   7—66

        3-pointers: H—Bayless, Wright. E—Morris, Scott, Burrows, Harvey 2. Records: E 13-0, H 9-4.

        • North Adams 38, Lucasville Valley 27 — The Green Devils converted seven free throws in the fourth quarter to win.

        North Adams has won 10 in a row.

        NORTH ADAMS (38) — Copas 2 4 8, Robinson 2 4 8, Simpson 4 0 8, Brown 2 0 6, Fulton 3 1 7, Shupert 0 1 1. Totals: 13 10 38.

        LUCASVILLE VALLEY (27) — Springs 1 0 2, Wick 1 0 2, Hendrick 2 7 11, McKenzie 4 0 8, Arnett 2 0 4. Totals: 10 7 27.

        North Adams ....... 9  3  11  15—38

        Lucasville Valley ....... 6  6  8  7—27

        3-pointers: N — Brown 2. Record: N 10-1.

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