Tuesday, January 16, 2001

N.Ky. girls basketball games


Boone Co. succeeds at both ends

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Ciara Henderson scored 28 points, including a 3-point field goal and four free throws late in the fourth quarter, to lead No.1 Boone County over No.6 Notre Dame 52-46 at Boone County.

        Another factor in the outcome was the Rebels' defense on Marquis Hanser, Notre Dame's leading scorer. Hanser was held to seven points in the second half.

        NOTRE DAME (46) — Hanser 7 2 20, Zembrodt 1 1 3, Baker 1 0 2, Witte 3 2 9, Wachs 1 0 2, Kreyling 0 2 2, Fischesser 4 0 8. Totals: 17 7 46.

        BOONE COUNTY (52) — Matheny 1 0 3, Molleson 0 2 2, Isaac 4 0 8, Stefanopoulos 0 3 3, Newhouse 2 3 7, Grobmyer 0 1 1, Henderson 10 4 28. Totals: 16 13 52.

        Notre Dame ....... 14  15   9   8—46

        Boone County ....... 18  14   8  12—52

        3-pointers: N—Hanser 4, Witte 2. B—Matheny, Henderson 4. Records: B 12-4, N 10-7.

        • Beechwood 56, Ludlow 34 — Katie Pohlgeers scored 21 points to lead the Tigers. Amanda Wise scored 13 and Ashley Pence added 12 to pace Ludlow.

        BEECHWOOD (56) — Jones 1 2 4, Arlinghaus 1 0 2, Pohlgeers 8 5 21, Lierman 3 0 7, B. Kirby 6 2 14, S. Kirby 3 0 6, Kroger 1 0 2. Totals: 22 9 56.

        LUDLOW (35) — Wise 3 7 13, Blackburn 1 0 2, Lantry 4 0 8, Pence 3 4 12. Totals: 11 10 35.

        Beechwood ....... 13  13  13   7—56

        Ludlow ....... 7   4  N7  17—35

        3-pointers: B—Lieman. L—Pence 2. Records: L 4-6.

        • Villa Madonna 51, Bellevue 33 — Senior Jill Sullender scored 15 points for Villa Madonna.

        BELLEVUE (33) — Ervin 2 0 4, Delaney 0 2 2, Meyers 2 4 8, Mulligan 1 3 5, Holliman 4 6 14. Totals: 9 15 33.

        VILLA MADONNA (51) — Uhling 1 0 2, Sullender 6 0 15, Noll 2 2 6, A. Randall 2 0 4, Pavel 4 2 10, Halpin 3 2 8, Humphrey 3 0 6. Totals: 21 6 51 .

        Bellevue ....... 6  14   3  10—33

        Villa Madonna ....... 18   9  11  13—51

        3-pointers: V—Sullender 3. Records: V 11-4, B 7-6.

        • Bishop Brossart 65, Hughes 48 — Katie Schwegmann scored nine of her game-high 28 points in the third quarter, enabling the Mustangs to break open a close game.

        Tonkia Bridges paced Hughes with 14 points.

        HUGHES (48) — Davis 0 2 2, Everson 3 1 8, Steele 2 2 6, Bridges 6 1 14, Pettijohn 3 4 10, Watts 3 2 8. Totals: 17 12 48.

        BISHOP BROSSART (65) — Schwegmann 8 6 28, Clift 1 4 7, Clark 5 3 13, Lloyd 3 2 9, Geiman 1 2 4, Otto 2 0 4. Totals: 20 17 65.

        Hughes ....... 10  16   4  1848

        Bishop Brossart ....... 16  15  18  16650

        3-pointers: B—Schwegmann 6, Clift, Lloyd. H—Everson, Bridges. Records: B 12-5, H 11-2.

        • Pendleton County 66, Augusta 21 — A full-court press enabled Pendleton County to open an insurmountable 36-8 halftime lead.

        Megan Wood scored 10 of her 14 points in the first half and Stacey Ison added eight. Wood also grabbed eight rebounds and came up with eight steals.

        AUGUSTA (21) — Bach 1 0 2, L. Teegarden 3 1 7, M. Teegarden 2 0 4, Habermehl 4 0 8. Totals: 9 1 21.

        PENDLETON COUNTY (66) — Flaugher 2 0 4, Ison 4 2 11, Wood 6 2 14, Kelsch 2 1 5, Courtney 0 2 2, Estelage 2 0 4, Stegman 0 3 3, Reed 1 0 2, James 5 0 10, Godman 2 4 9, Singleton 0 2 2. Totals: 24 14 66.

        Augusta ....... 4   4  5   8—21

        Pendleton County ....... 19  17  8  22—66

        3-pointers: P—Ison, Godman. Records: P 4-10.

        • Holy Cross 59, Simon Kenton 18 — Molly Hall scored 11 points and Krista Mitts added 10 to lead the Indians.

        SIMON KENTON (18) — Rawls 1 4 6, Lovelace 1 0 2, Smoch 2 0 4, Klaine 2 0 5, Sallee 0 1 1. Totals: 6 5 18.

        HOLY CROSS (59) — Dorning 2 0 4, Englemon 1 1 4, Noll 2 3 7, Lea 1 0 2, Mitts 4 0 10, Hall 5 1 11, ogelpohl 3 3 9, Johnson 2 0 4, Batsche 4 0 8. Totals: 24 8 59.

        Simon Kenton ....... 2   4   6   6—18

        Holy Cross ....... 19  12  18  10—59

        3-pointers: SK—Klaine. HC—Englemon, Mitts. Records: SK 0-12, HC 6-5.

        • Newport 61, Lloyd 42 — The inside combination of Stephanie Atkins and Ashley Mills proved to be the difference. Atkins finished with 20 points and 10 rebounds and Mills had 19 points and 14 rebounds.

        LLOYD (42) — Marshall 1 2 4, Vance 3 3 9, J. Marshall 0 2 2, Kaaz 1 0 2, Wear 2 0 4, Crouthers 2 0 5, Eades 3 1 7, Merritt 1 0 2, Fields 3 1 7. Totals: 16 9 42.

        NEWPORT (61) — Seibert 1 0 2, Beatsch 2 1 5, Stegner 2 0 4, Jones 4 2 11, Mills 9 1 19, S. Atkins 8 4 20. Totals: 26 8 61.

        Lloyd ....... 13   7   9  13—42

        Newport ....... 24  14  14   9—61

        3-pointers: L—Crouthers. N—Jones. Records: N 12-6.

        • Walton-Verona 73, Grant County 32 — Senior center Jessica Schmidt scored 22 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to pace the Bearcats. Bridget McIntyre added 15 points and Ashley Afterkirk had 13 assists.

        GRANT COUNTY (32) — Hopperton 1 1 3, Boswell 4 0 9, Gibson 1 1 3, Deck 3 1 7, Hunt 1 0 2, Lewis 1 0 2, Jump 1 0 2, Milton 0 2 2, Noel 1 0 2. Totals: 13 5 32.

        WALTON-VERONA (73) — Schmidt 8 6 22, Afterkirk 2 0 4, McIntyre 5 2 15, Hegland 2 0 4, Ryan 5 1 11, Hogan 0 2 2, Jackson 2 0 5, Simms 1 1 3, Kennedy 1 1 3, Finn 1 0 3, Gaffer 0 1 1. Totals: 27 14 73.

        Grant County ....... 6   6   9  11—32

        Walton-Verona ....... 22  15  20  16—73

        3-pointers: GC—Boswell. WV—McIntyre 3, Jackson, Finn. Records: GC 1-15, WV 8-7.

        • Ryle 46, St. Henry 39 — Christina Steiner sank made four free throws in the closing minutes to seal the outcome.

        Holly Mattisle and Alissa Miller each scored 12 to lead Ryle.

        RYLE (46) — Mattisle 4 3 12, Miller 3 6 12, Scherer 1 0 2, Bulach 2 0 4, Wilson 1 1 4, Cooper 1 0 2, Steiner 1 4 6, Boaz 1 1 4. Totals: 14 15 46.

        ST. HENRY (39) — Portwood 1 0 3, King 3 0 7, Danks 1 1 3, Johnson 2 0 4, Boulanger 1 5 7, Muck 1 0 2, Seibert 1 0 3, Tabeling 3 4 10. Totals: 13 10 39.

        Ryle ....... 14   9   9  14—46

        St. Henry ....... 9  15  12   3—39

        3-pointers: R—Mattisle, Wilson, Boaz. SH—Portwood, King, Seibert. Records: SH 2-9, R 6-6.

        • Newport Central Catholic 71, Campbell County 60 — A pressure defense in the second quarter led NewCath.

        NEWPORT CC (71) — Fogelman 1 1 3, M. Chiodi 1 0 2, J. Ziegler 1 0 2, Maulden 5 3 13, Kessen 2 0 5, Burks 5 3 13, N. Chiodi 1 0 2, Meyers 9 2 20, E. Ziegler 5 1 11. Totals: 30 10 71.

        CAMPBELL COUNTY (60) — Wilson 2 0 5, Ballinger 3 2 8, Bezold 2 0 4, Barry 6 2 18, Walker 5 1 11, King 6 2 14. Totals: 24 7 60.

        Newport CC ....... 19  20  22  10—71

        Campbell Co. ....... 16   4  18  22—60

        3-pointers: N—Kessen. C—Barry 4, Wilson. Records: N 13-5, C 8-5.

        • Highlands 54, Scott 40 — Junior center Tara Boothe scored eight of her game-high 15 points in the decisive third quarter.

        HIGHLANDS (54) — Boothe 6 3 15, Winkler 4 2 10, Gibson 3 0 9, Hamel 4 0 8, Gearding 1 2 5, Konen 1 2 5, Berling 0 2 2. Totals: 19 11 54.

        SCOTT (40) — Pairan 5 2 12, Thomas 3 0 8, Hutchinson 4 0 8, Matracia 4 0 8, Verville 0 2 2, Tomlin 1 0 2. Totals: 17 4 40.

        Highlands ....... 11  12  16  15—54

        Scott ....... 6  14   6  14—40

        3-pointers: H—Gibson 3, Gearding, Konen. S—Thomas 2. Records: H 13-3, S 5-8.

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