Wednesday, January 17, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Late shots lift Landmark over CCD

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Freshman Amy Sebastian hit a driving 15-foot jumper with 1.2 seconds remaining to give Landmark Christian a 41-39 upset of Cincinnati Country Day Tuesday night at Landmark.

        The loss is the first in the Miami Valley Conference for CCD (9-3, 8-1 MVC). Landmark (10-2, 8-2), Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy and North College Hill are one game behind with two losses.

        The Golden Eagles fought back from a 12-point deficit. With the game tied at 39, Landmark's defense forced a turnover with eight seconds left.

        The win put Landmark one step closer to clinching its first winning season since the mid-1980's.

        CCD (39) — Vierling 1 0 2, Woods 0 1 1, Baker 6 0 13, Fitzhugh 5 4 14, Reider 1 2 4, Geier 2 1 5. Totals: 15 8 39.

        LANDMARK (41) — Oliver 2 0 4, Spears 1 0 3, Jaeger 3 1 8, An. Sebastian 3 0 6, Am. Sebastian 6 0 12, Gresham 3 2 8. Totals: 18 3 41.

        CCD ....... 17   6   5  11—39

        Landmark ....... 6  13  10  12—41

        3-pointers: C—Baker. L—Spears, Jaeger. Records: C 9-3 (MVC 8-1), L 10-2 (8-2).

        • CHCA 81, New Miami 16 — Robyn Shipley scored a game-high 31 points, and Brooke Holman added 12 points to lead CHCA.

        CHCA (81) — Shipley 12 0 31, Peters 3 0 6, Brennecke 1 2 4, Dinkleacker 1 0 2, Snyder 3 2 9, Holman 5 0 12, Bowden 3 1 7, Humphrey 2 0 4, Trenz 3 0 6. Totals: 43 5 81.

        NEW MIAMI (16) — McNabb 1 0 3, Broshear 3 0 9, Gaddis 1 0 2, Hensley 1 0 2. Totals: 6 0 16.

        CHCA ....... 29  13  23  16—81

        New Miami ....... 0   2   4  10—16

        3-pointers: C—Shipley 7, Snyder, Holman 2, N— McNabb, Broshear 3. Records: N 0-12 (MVC 0-11).

Greater Miami Conference
        • Princeton 49, Hamilton 29 — Brie Bradshaw scored six points in the fourth quarter when the Vikings broke open the game, outscoring Hamilton 18-6.

        Pam Smith pulled off 18 rebounds and blocked four shots.

        HAMILTON (29) — Delong 1 0 3, Brosey 1 0 2, Marshall 1 0 2, Booker 1 7 9, Fox 1 1 3, Brown 2 1 6, Vance 2 0 4. Totals: 9 9 29.

        PRINCETON (49) — Davis 6 1 13, Skoog 1 0 2, Hervas 0 1 1, Lindsay 1 0 2, Keowan 1 3 5, Bradshaw 7 4 18, Simons 1 0 2, Duncan 1 0 2, Smith 2 0 4. Totals: 20 9 49.

        Hamilton ....... 6   7  10   6—29

        Princeton ....... 10  14   7  18—49

        3-pointers: H—Delong, Brown. Records: H 3-10, 1-9 GMC; P 6-6, 5-4 GMC.

        • Oak Hills 54, Fairfield 44 — Danielle Dietrich recorded a double-double with 15 points and a game-high 10 rebounds to help the Lady Scots, the No.3 team in The Enquirer's Division I coaches poll, stay in first place in the Greater Miami Conference.

        Jackie Cornelius added 10 for Oak Hills.

        Wanisha Smith had 18 points for No.8 Fairfield.

        OAK HILLS (54) — Kluesener 1 0 2, Sauers 4 0 8, Cornelius 3 3 10, Fehr 3 0 7, Dietrich 5 2 15, Laug 2 2 6, Holmes 3 0 6. Totals: 21 7 54.

        FAIRFIELD (44) — Buczek 2 1 5, Hanck 1 0 2, Swink 1 0 3, Smith 9 0 18, Davenport 2 0 4, Taylor 3 0 6, Carty 2 0 6. Totals: 20 1 44.

        Oak Hills ....... 13  16  13  12—54

        Fairfield ....... 17  6  6  15—440

        3-pointers: O — Dietrich 3, Cornelius, Fehr. F — Carty 2, Swink. Records: O 12-1 (9-1 GMC), F 7-5 (5-5 GMC).

        • Sycamore 53, Milford 37 — Emily Schwerdtmann had 16 points to lead the Aviators. Sam Gaible led Milford with 11 points.

        SYCAMORE (53) — Frank 2 6 10, Fitzwilson 3 4 10, Goure 0 2 2, Schwerdtmann 6 4 16, Kimmey 3 1 10, Pennington 2 1 5. Totals: 16 18 53.

        MILFORD (37) — Jack 1 0 2, Moorman 3 0 7, Hrovat 1 1 3, Gaible 4 3 11, Richmond 3 0 6, Kinder 1 0 3, Gulleman 2 1 5. Totals: 15 5 37.

        Sycamore ....... 16  13  11  13—53

        Milford ....... 8   7  12  10—37

        3-pointers: S-Kimmey 3; Moorman 1, Kinder 1. Records: M 4-10 (3-7 GMC), S (6-4).

        • Lakota West 34, Middletown 22 — Cara Wright had game highs of 14 points and 14 rebounds for the Firebirds. Andrea Carlberg added 10.

        Lakota West (34) — Comisar 2 0 4, Nowicki 1 0 2, Swift 1 2 4, Wright 7 0 14, Carlberg 5 0 10. Totals: 16 2 34.

        Middletown (22) — Weingartner 2 0 4, Shields 2 1 5, Thomas 2 1 5, Rupp 3 0 6, Russell 1 0 2. Totals: 10 2 22.

        Lakota West ....... 8  12  6  8—34

        Middletown ....... 4   6  4  8—22

        3-pointers: LW 10-2, 9-1 GMC; M 2-11, 0-10.

FAVC Cardinal Division

        • Loveland 52, Ross 46, OT — Loveland kept Ross scoreless in overtime.                Ross' Cassie Wagers sent the game to OT with a 3-pointer with 38 seconds to play.

        Nicole Wilson led all scorers with 16 points and 10 rebounds. Alison Stier added six steals for Loveland.

        ROSS (46) — Weisbecker 2 0 4, Guenther 1 0 2, Wagers 5 0 13, Wertman 5 2 12, Lange 4 5 13, Varner 1 0 2. Totals: 17 7 46.

        LOVELAND (52) — Stier 6 2 14, Bowman 3 0 6, Smith 1 0 2, Miller 1 2 4, Wilson 6 4 16, Sorge 1 0 2, Groover 1 0 2, Bentz 1 4 6. Totals: 20 12 52.

        Ross ....... 4  13  16  13   0—46

       Loveland ....... 10  10  18   8   6—52

        3-pointers: R—Wagers 3. Records: L 5-10 (FAVC 5-4), R 3-8 (2-6).

Non-league
        • Ursuline 52, Roger Bacon 36 — Sophomore forward Jackie Obert missed just one shot while scoring a career-high 21 points to lead the Lions. Obert went 9-of-10 from the field, including 2-for-2 on 3-pointers, for Ursuline, the No.6 team in The Enquirer's Division I coaches poll.

        Ellie Hazelbaker scored 11 points for the Spartans.

        ROGER BACON (36) — Frentsos 2 0 4, Withers 2 2 6, Kelly 0 3 3, Metz 0 5 5, Hazelbaker 5 1 11, Sorter 0 3 3, Holden 2 0 4. Totals: 11 14 36.

        URSULINE (52) — Obert 9 1 21, Klein 1 0 2, S. Blackburn 2 4 8, Davren 2 3 7, M. Blackburn 1 0 2, Howell 0 1 1, Walker 5 0 11. Totals: 20 9 52.

        Roger Bacon ....... 10  7  6  12—36

        Ursuline ....... 11  15  5  21—52

        3-pointers: U — Obert 2, Walker. Records: R 6-7, U 9-6.

        • North College Hill 61, SCPA 30 — Michelle Miller scored 18 points to lead the Trojans.

        SCPA (30) — Brunis 2 1 5, McCollum 1 0 2, Kasey 4 2 10, Hoernschemeyer 2 0 5, Partlow 1 0 2, John 0 1 1, Gordon 2 1 5. Totals: 12 5 30.

        MORTH COLLEGE HILL (61) — L. Johnson 5 4 14, Lovette 2 0 4, S. Johnson 3 1 7, Miller 6 4 18, Faller 2 0 4, Mason 1 0 2, Flynbn 4 4 12. Totals: 22 13 61.

        SCPA ....... 9   6  11   4—30

        NCH ....... 14  25  13   9—61

        3-pointers: S—Hoernschemeyer. N—Miller 2. Records: N 9-3.

        • New Richmond 66, Deer Park 54 — Becky Horn and Amy Blair each scored 12 points for New Richmond.

        DEER PARK (54) — Eigel 4 0 11, Caudill 2 1 5, Nally 2 0 4, Dennis 1 1 3, Houston 0 6 6, Howard 1 0 2, Miskimens 6 2 17, J. Houston 0 2 2, Jetter 2 0 4. Totals: 18 10 54.

        NEW RICHMOND (66) — Coslett 4 1 9, Loving 4 2 10, Horn 4 3 12, Painter 2 2 6, Blair 4 4 12, Boys 3 0 6, Trees 0 3 3, Diesel 4 0 8. Totals: 25 15 66.

        Deer Park ....... 7  14   9  24—54

        New Richmond ....... 22  17  10  17—66

        3-pointers: DP—Miskimens 3, Eigel 3. NR—Horn. Records: NR 7-6, DP 1-11.

        • Dayton Stivers 42, Aiken 40 — The Falcons' last-second shot rolled off the rim. Tyronica Satterwhite led Aiken with 14 points.

        AIKEN (40) — Satterwhite 7 0 14, S. Dickerson 2 0 4, Hodge 4 3 12, Gerber 0 2 2, Murray 1 0 2, Carter 3 0 6. Totals: 17 5 40.

        D. STIVERS (42) — Cockerell 1 0 2, Turner 2 0 4, Collins 4 2 11, Lattimore 4 0 10, Grant-Worthan 6 0 12, Davis 0 1 1, West 1 0 2. Totals: 18 3 42.

        Aiken ....... 9   7  10  14—40

        Stivers ....... 5  17  10  10—42

        3-pointers: A—Hodge. D—Collins, Lattimore 2. Records: A 0-9, D 5-7.

        • Reading 42, Mount Healthy 31 — Junior guard Megan Murphy scored 11 points for the Blue Devils.

        Kisha Brewer had 15 points for Mount Healthy.

        MT. HEALTHY (31) — Brewer 7 1 15, Leahy 3 1 7, Johnson 1 0 2, Simmons 3 0 7. Totals: 14 2 31.

        READING (42) — Mi. Murphy 1 0 2, Me. Murphy 2 7 11, Sippola 4 0 8, Fletcher 1 0 2, Irwin 2 3 7, Dixon 2 2 6, Gee 1 0 2, Lawson 2 0 4. Totals: 15 12 42.

        Mt. Healthy ....... 13  4  6  8—31

        Reading ....... 10  17  1  14—42

        3-pointers: M — Simmons. Records: M 6-3, R 7-6.

        • Clermont Northeastern 60, Norwood 35 — Stephanie Roy hit 14 of 16 free throws on her way to a game-high 28 points for the Rockets.

        Dawn McCarthy led the Indians with 15 points.

        Norwood coach Ken Yablonsky was called away at the start of the second half when he learned that his wife Brenda had gone into labor with their first child.

        CLERMONT NORTHEASTERN (60) — Roy 6 14 28, Smithers 2 3 7, Miller 2 0 4, Spinner 1 0 2, Galvin 1 0 2, Creamer 3 2 8, Fishback 0 1 1, Werner 2 1 5, Dirr 1 1 3. Totals: 20 22 60.

        NORWOOD (35) — Evans 2 1 5, Elliott 0 1 1, Theobald 1 0 2, McCarthy 5 5 15, Kassem 2 1 5, Collins 1 4 5, McCalla 1 0 2. Totals: 12 13 35.

        Clermont Northeastern ....... 11  18  14  17—60

        Norwood ....... 9  6  7  13—35

        3-pointers: C — Roy 2. Records: C 4-8, N 0-14.

        • Ripley 57, Williamsburg 35 — Ashley Campbell scored 23 points to lead the Blue Jays.

        Jennifer Ferguson led the Wildcats with 16 points.

        RIPLEY (57) — Starrett 1 0 2, Rice 3 2 8, Campbell 6 11 23, Brandenburg 5 1 11, Caproni 1 2 4, Short 1 2 4, Whaley 2 1 5. Totals: 19 19 57

        WILLIAMSBURG (35) — Ferguson 7 1 16. Beach 2 0 4, Turkelson 2 0 5, Schneider 1 4 6, Smith 1 0 2, Morris 1 0 2. Totals: 14 5 35.

        Ripley ....... 8  17  12  20—57

        Williamsburg ....... 8  6  8  13—35

        3-pointers: W — Ferguson, Turkelson. Records: R 2-10, W 1-10.

        • Mariemont 53, Fayetteville 35 — Liz Kauffmann scored nine of her 14 points in the third quarter to make Mariemont 11-1, its best start ever.

        Lindsey Rogers added 12 points for Mariemont while Rachel White paced Fayetteville with 12 points.

        MARIEMONT (53) — Kauffmann 5 2 14, R. Potts 0 1 1, L. Potts 3 0 6, Perry 4 0 8, Pembaur 1 1 3, Brown 1 1 3, Hook 3 0 6, Rogers 5 2 12. Totals: 22 7 53.

        FAYETTEVILLE (35) — Ho. Rosselot 3 2 8, R. White 4 4 12, B. White 0 2 2, He. Rosselot 1 0 2, Perry 1 0 3, Pope 2 0 4, Call 1 2 4. Totals: 12 10 35.

        Mariemont ....... 11  12  18  12—53

        Fayetteville ....... 8   4   8  15—35

        3-pointers: M—Kauffmann 2. F—Perry. Records: M 11-1, F 7-6.

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