Friday, January 19, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


CCD wins in closing seconds

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Palmer FitzHugh scored on a layup off a pass from Stefanie Reiber with 16 seconds remaining, giving Cincinnati Country Day a 47-45 victory over North College Hill Thursday at NCH.

        The victory solidified the Indians' hold on first place in the Miami Valley Conference, keeping them one game in front of Landmark Christian and Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy. NCH falls two games off the pace.

        CCD's Natalie Geier made two free throws with two minutes left to tie the game 45-45. The Indians had trailed the Trojans by five points entering the fourth quarter.

        The Trojans couldn't convert on their next possession, and CCD rebounded with 1:20 to play.

        “We tried to hold the ball for the last-second shot and we managed to do it,” co-head coach Mary Zimmerman said. “We were patient and we found the open layup.”

        The Indians have seven games to play.

        “I think we have a really good chance to win the league,” Zimmerman said.

        NORTH COLLEGE HILL (45) — L. Johnson 3 0 6, Goldmas 1 0 2, Lovette 1 0 2, S. Johnson 1 0 2, Miller 6 6 19, Flynn 6 2 14. Totals: 18 8 45.

        CINCINNATI COUNTRY DAY (47) — Vierling 0 1 1, Woods 6 2 14, Baker 4 1 9, FitzHugh 4 1 9, Reiber 2 3 7, Geier 2 3 7. Totals: 18 11 47.

        North College Hill ....... 11   8  21   5—45

        Cincinnati Country Day ....... 11  13  11  12—47

        3-pointers: N-Miller 1. Records: C 10-3, (8-1 MVC), N (8-3).

        • Landmark Christian 61, Lockland 18 — Freshman guards Amy Sebastian and Codi Jaeger combined for 32 points for the Golden Eagles.

        LOCKLAND (18) — Adkins 1 0 2, Cox 0 3 3, Acus 0 1 1, Owens 0 1 1, Cromer 2 0 4, Urton 1 4 6, Falcon 0 1 1. Totals: 4 10 18.

        LANDMARK CHRISTIAN (61) — Oliver 1 1 3, Mitchell 2 0 4, Spears 2 0 4, Jaeger 5 4 15, Amy Sebastian 6 3 17, Snell 2 3 7, Andrea Sebastian 3 1 7, Brewer 0 2 2, Celenza 1 0 2. Totals: 20 14 61.

        Lockland ....... 3   8   5   2—18

        Landmark Ch. ....... 17  20  12  12—61

        3-pointers: LC—Jaeger, Amy Sebastian 2. Records: Lock 2-11, 2-9 MVC; LC 11-2, 8-2 MVC.

Queen City Conference

        • Withrow 53, Aiken 28 — Latosha Collins scored 15 points, including 10 in the first half, to lead the Tigers. Karita Carter scored 12 points for Aiken.

        WITHROW (53) — Willis 1 1 3, Hampton 4 0 8, Pryer 4 0 8, Collins 7 1 15, Richardson 4 0 8, Spivery 1 1 3, Spivery 2 0 4, Maddox 2 0 4. Totals: 25 3 53.

        AIKEN (28) — Carter 5 0 12, Satterwhite 2 0 4, Hodge 3 0 6, Dickenson 1 1 3, Gebread 1 1 3. Totals: 12 2 28.

        Withrow ....... 14  13  11  15—53

       Aiken ....... 6   7   8   7—28

        3-pointers: A—Carter 2. Records: A 0-13, 0-10; W 6-8

        • Western Hills 40, Woodward 33 — The Mustangs rallied from a seven-point halftime deficit. Allison Goodrich scored 13 of her 15 points, and Renee Tolliver had seven of her 13 in the second half.

        WESTERN HILLS (40) — S. Tolliver 1 0 2, R. Tolliver 3 4 13, Russia 2 0 4, Goodrich 6 3 15, Bullock 3 0 6. Totals: 15 7 40.

        WOODWARD (33) — Bigger 2 1 5, Billingsley 3 2 11, Lillard 1 1 3, Jones 4 0 8, Johnson 3 0 6. Totals: 13 4 33.

        Western Hills ....... 4   6  19  11—40

        Woodward ....... 9   8   4  12—33

        3-pointers: WH—R. Tolliver 3. W—Billingsley 3. Records: W 2-9, WH 6-6, 4-4 QCC.

        • Mount Healthy 43, Taft 37 — Senior guard April Simmons scored 16 of her season-high 22 points in the fourth quarter to help the Owls overcome a seven-point deficit. She was also 6-of-6 from the free throw line in that quarter.

        Lakisha Brewer added 11 points for the Owls.

        TAFT (37) — Dunlap 2 0 4, Jennings 3 0 6, Hill 2 1 5, Clark 7 2 16, Sneed 1 0 2, Ragland 1 0 2, Crass 1 0 2. Totals: 17 3 37.

        MOUNT HEALTHY (43) — Brewer 4 3 11, Leahy 2 0 5, Johnson 2 1 5, Simmons 6 8 22. Totals: 14 12 43.

        Taft ....... 6  12  11  8—37

        Mount Healthy ....... 13  2  7  21—430

        3-pointers: M — Simmons 2, Leahy. Records: T 3-9 (2-7 QCC), M 7-7 (6-3 QCC).

        • Hughes 57, Walnut Hills 32 — Hughes outscored Walnut Hills 20-6 in the fourth quarter to put away the game.

        HUGHES (57) — Steele 2 1 5, Everson 1 0 2, Davis 5 5 15, Johnson 1 3 5, Bridges 6 0 16, Pettijohn 6 2 14. Totals: 21 11 57.

        WALNUT HILLS (32) — Fennell 3 0 6, Lajeunesse 0 1 1, Greene 2 3 7, Turner 1 0 3, Martin 2 0 5, Wilson 3 2 8, Antle 1 0 2. Totals: 12 6 32.

        Hughes ....... 8  16  13  20—57

        Walnut Hills ....... 8 8  10   6—32

        3-pointers: H—Bridges 4. W—Martin, Turner. Records: H 12-2, 9-0 QCC; W 8-5, 7-2 QCC.

Girls Greater Cincinnati League

        • Mount Notre Dame 65, McNicholas 64 — Liz Engle scored on a layup off an inbounds pass with 20 seconds remaining to lift the Cougars.

        Ashley Clark had made a 15-foot jumper with 50 seconds left to give the Rockets the lead. Clark scored 16 of her game-high 24 points in the second half and also had 11 rebounds.

        McNicholas, the No.4 team in the Enquirer's Divisions II-IV coaches poll, had a 10-point lead in the third quarter, but Mel Thomas' 3-pointer and free throw led Mount Notre Dame's comeback.

        Liz Braun scored 15 points and Thomas had 14 to lead the Cougars.

        MOUNT NOTRE DAME (65) — Holthaus 5 1 12, Hogan 2 0 5, Engel 2 0 4, Nahrup 2 0 4, Thomas 5 3 14, Cook 2 2 6, Barber 2 0 5, Braun 6 3 15. Totals: 26 9 65.

        McNICHOLAS (64) — Flammer 2 0 4, Hornschemeier 3 2 8, B. Clark 3 0 6, A. Clark 12 0 24, J. Breving 1 0 3, Oberschmidt 2 3 7, K. Breving 5 2 12. Totals: 28 7 64.

        Mt. Notre Dame ....... 14  16  14  21—65

        McNicholas ....... 17  15  14  18—64

        3-pointers: MND — Holthaus, Hogan, Thomas, Barber. M — J. Breving. Records: MND 6-7, M 9-4.

        • Purcell Marian 53, McAuley 35 — Sophomore guard Saundra Hale scored eight of her game-high 15 points in the first quarter when the Cavaliers took an 18-10 lead.

        Senior forward Lisa Kampschmidt led McAuley with 13 points.

        PURCELL MARIAN (53) — Hale 6 3 15, Finnell 3 2 9, P. White 6 0 12, Reese 2 2 6, A. White 5 1 11. Totals: 22 8 53.

        MCAULEY (35) — Rack 2 0 5, Reilman 0 1 1, Hoffman 3 0 8, Lichtenfeld 1 0 3, Koenig 1 0 2, Kampschmidt 3 7 13, Rosing 0 3 3. Totals: 10 11 35.

        Purcell Marian ....... 18   8  14  13—53

        McAuley ....... 10  11  10   4—35

        3-pointers: P-Finnell; M-Hoffman 2, Rack, Lichtenfeld. Records: P 11-2, M 8-5.

        • Badin 61, St. Ursula 51 — The Rams converted 14 of 16 free throws in the fourth quarter to pull out the victory.

        Trailing 45-38 late in the third quarter, Badin scored nine unanswered points to take the lead.

        Senior center Sidney Overton led all scorers with 16 points for the Rams.

        ST. URSULA (51) — Schroder 4 0 11, Naltner 3 0 6, Grogan 5 2 14, Mahon 0 5 5, Dooley 2 0 4, Ballinger 3 0 6, Guappont 2 0 5. Totals: 19 7 51.

        BADIN (61) — Vilkoski 1 8 11, Parker 4 7 15, Overton 7 2 16, Morner 2 0 4, Shull 2 2 6, Brennan 1 0 3, Beckett 1 2 4, Collins 0 2 2. Totals: 18 23 61.

        St. Ursula ....... 13  15  17   6—51

        Badin ....... 15  15  11  20—61

        3-pointers: U-Schroeder 3, Grogan 2, Guappont; B-Brennan, Vilkoski. Records: U 6-8, B 7-6.

       

FAVC Buckeye Division

        Winton Woods 69, Amelia 62 — Senior Chanel Fletcher scored seven points in the fourth quarter, rallying the Warriors.

        Trailing 37-32 at halftime, Winton Woods tied the game 48-48 going into the fourth quarter. Fletcher then took over for Winton Woods to end Amelia's six-game winning streak.

        Robin Davidson scored 21 points to lead the Barons.

        WINTON WOODS (69) — White 1 0 2, Fletcher 7 4 18, Johnson 3 0 6, Box 7 2 16, Barton 3 2 8, Tinsley 5 4 14, Jackson 2 1 5. Totals: 28 13 69.

        AMELIA (62) — Votapek 1 1 4, Gillespie 7 0 15, Davidson 8 5 21, Guinan 4 1 10, Emmert 3 0 6, Cmmeresi 1 4 6. Totals: 24 11 62.

        Winton Woods ....... 18  14  16  21—69

        Amelia ....... 14  23  11  14—62

        3-pointers: A—Votapek, Gillespie, Guinan. Records: A 8-6, 4-5 FAVC; W 10-3, 7-2 FAVC.

        • Harrison 69, Northwest 46 — April Lux scored 12 points in the first half when the Wildcats opened up a 33-16 lead.

        Susannah Brooks added 12 and Tammi Toney put in 11 points for the Wildcats.

        Liz Ransick scored 10 for Northwest.

        The teams combined to shoot 68 free throws in the game

        HARRISON (69) — Walton 2 0 4, Santillo 1 1 3, Brooks 4 4 12, Holderer 0 1 1, Daily 3 1 7, Walker 1 0 2, Toney 1 9 11, Lux 7 0 14, Barnes 0 1 1, Gravvogel 2 0 4, Ransick 5 0 10. Totals: 26 17 69.

        NORTHWEST (46) — B. Meister 3 4 10, S. Meister 1 3 5, Kuhn 0 1 1, Jared 1 5 8, Kennedy 2 1 5, Schur 1 1 3, Campbell 1 1 3, Dobrowolski 2 0 4, Edwards 0 1 1, Dakin 3 0 6. Totals: 14 17 46.

        Harrison ....... 17  16  11  25—54

        Northwest ....... 9   7  16  14—64

        3-pointers: NW Jared.

        • Mason 63, Anderson 51 — Comets senior forward Michelle Munoz scored 28 points, giving her a school-record 1,641 in her career.

        She surpassed the previous mark of 1,636 by Dallas Williams.

        “Michelle's one who's worked hard four years, but she's always put the team ahead of herself,” Mason coach Gerry Lackey said. “It's good to see her reach this milestone.”

        Sophomore forward Quincey Deeds scored 18 points for Anderson.

        MASON (63) — Hampshire 1 0 2, Stein 2 0 5, Minnich 5 2 14, Issenman 5 1 12, Whentzel 1 0 2, Munoz 10 8 28. Totals: 24 11 63.

        ANDERSON (51) — Sherrick 5 1 15, Deeds 9 0 18, Gruber 3 3 10, Leavy 3 2 8. Totals: 20 6 51.

        Mason ....... 14  18  15  16—63

        Anderson ....... 11  13  12  15—51

        3-pointers: M-Stein, Minnich 2, Issenman; A-Sherrick 4, Gruber. Records: M 11-4 (9-0 FAVC); A 7-8 (3-6 FAVC).

        • Glen Este 54, Turpin 49, 3 OT — Sam Riley sank a 3-pointer in the third overtime to win it for the Trojans.

        The score was tied at 40 for the last minute of regulation after both teams missed potentially game-winning shots.

        Riley led Glen Este with 20 points, including the 3-pointer she hit in the first minute of the third overtime before fouling out.

        Kelly Anderson had 18 points for Turpin.

        GLEN ESTE (54) — Kools 3 0 6, Dorsch 4 1 11, Pennington 0 1 1, Riley 6 4 20, Thomas 0 1 1, Gee 5 1 15. Totals: 18 8 54.

        TURPIN (49) — Arnett 5 1 12, Cummings 1 0 2, Biser 5 1 12, Hensley 1 0 3, Anderson 6 6 18, Watts 1 0 2. Totals: 19 8 49.

        Glen Este ....... 13  5  11  11  2  6  6—54

        Turpin ....... 16  6  13   5  2  6  1—49

        3-pointers: G-Dorsch 2, Riley 4, Gee 4; T-Arnett 1, Biser 1, Hensley 1. Records: G 6-7 (4-5 FAVC Buckeye), 2-13 (0-9).

FAVC Cardinal Division

               Kings 47, Goshen 45 - Shannon Heekin's 12-foot jumper with 35 seconds left proved to be the game winner.

        Heekin and Sarah Fox each had 14 points for the Knights, who remained undefeated in league play. Nikki Scott scored 14 points for the Warriors.

        KINGS (47) — Heekin 5 2 14, Oliva 0 4 4, Loudabush 4 3 11, McClung 0 2 2, L. Fox 1 0 2, S. Fox 4 5 14. Totals: 14 16 47.

        GOSHEN (45) — Lise 1 0 2, Marsh 0 1 1, Polly 1 2 4, Jay 1 0 2, Martin 0 1 1, Bitzer 3 1 7, Scott 7 0 14, Pels 2 1 5, Phillips 4 1 9. Totals: 19 7 45.

        Kings ....... 15  15   6  11—47

        Goshen ....... 11  13  11  10—45

        3-pointers: K-Heekin 2, S. Fox 1. Records: K 11-2 (9-0 FAVC Cardinal), G 11-3 (6-3).

        • Wilmington 38, Lebanon 37 (OT) — A field goal by Jennifer Hodson early in the overtime helped the Hurricanes hold off the Warriors.

        Sarah Bille's 3-pointer with one second remaining in regulation sent the game to OT.

        LEBANON (37) — Bille 6 0 13, Ball 4 0 8, Siehl 1 0 2, Turner 2 1 5, Myer 1 0 2, LeVan 3 1 7. Totals: 18 2 37.

        WILMINGTON (38) — Shoemaker 3 1 7, Williams 2 0 4, Dell 2 0 4, Hodson 4 0 7, Davis 4 0 7, Schaad 2 1 5, Thompson 1 2 4. Totals: 20 4 38.

        Lebanon ....... 12   8  9   7  1—37

        Wilmington ....... 10  13  3  10  2—38

        3-pointers: L-Bille; W-Hodson, Davis. Records: L 4-9 (2-7 FAVC), W 6-7 (4-5 FAVC).

        • Little Miami 54, Norwood 31 — Courtney Balser scored 14 of her game-high 26 points in the second half for the Panthers.

        LITTLE MIAMI (54) — Werden 3 0 8, Chamberlain 1 0 2, Fisher 0 1 1, Smiley 2 0 5, Richardson 3 1 7, C. Balser 8 7 26, Journeay 2 1 5. Totals: 19 10 54.

        NORWOOD (31) — Evans 3 0 8, Elliott 1 1 3, Theobold 1 0 2, Smith 1 0 2, McCarthy 2 0 4, Cox 2 1 5, Hammond 0 2 2, Kassen 1 0 2, McCalla 1 1 3. Totals: 12 5 31.

        Little Miami ....... 10  10  14  20—54

        Norwood ....... 6   9   8   8—31

        3-pointers: LM—Werden 2, Smiley, C. Balser 3. N—Evans 2. Records: LM 12-3, N 0-14.

       

Greater Miami Conference
              
Colerain 51, Lakota East 46 — Justine Mahler sank four free throws during the final minutes for the Cardinals.

        Quanita Hailey and Annie Wessel each scored 13 points for Colerain.

        LAKOTA EAST (46) — Andrea 3 0 7, Williams 3 2 8, Lee 3 0 6, Nollen 2 1 5, Marshall 2 0 4, Webb 4 1 9, Estes 3 1 7. Totals: 21 5 46.

        COLERAIN (51) — Hailey 4 5 13, Croxton 3 2 8, Wessel 5 0 13, Mahler 2 4 8, Bankston 3 2 9. Totals: 17 14 51.

        Lakota East ....... 12  15  11   8—46

        Colerain ....... 14  14  11  12—51

        3-pointers: LE-Andre. C-Wessel 3, Bankston. Records: C 10-4 (GMC 8-2).

Southern Hills League

        • Ripley 51, Peebles 37 — The Blue Jays scored 38 second-half points to put Peebles away in the Southern Hills League game.

        Ashley Campbell led the second-half onslaught with 16 of her game-high 21 points, and Alishia Brandenburg scored 13 of her 17 points in the second half. Campbell also had 10 rebounds and nine steals.

        Justine Kremin led Peebles with nine points.

        RIPLEY (51) — Campbell 6 9 21, Brandenburg 3 11 17, Short 3 3 9, Whaley 2 0 4. Totals: 14 23 51.

        PEEBLES (37) — Shoemaker 2 0 4, Beech 3 1 7, Reed 1 1 3, Kremin 3 3 9, Ryan 2 1 5, Unger 3 0 7, Smalley 1 0 2. Totals: 15 6 37.

        Ripley ....... 8  5  19  19—51

        Peebles ....... 6  10  10  11—37

        3-pointers: P — Unger. Record: R 3-10 (1-9 SHL).

        Southern Buckeye Conference

               Clermont Northeastern 65, Williamsburg 25 — Senior Stephanie Roy scored 14 of her game-high 25 points in the first quarter when the Rockets took a 22-4 lead.

        Senior center Jessica Dirr added 15 points for CNE. Jennifer Ferguson led Williamsburg with 10 points.

        CLERMONT NORTHEASTERN (65) — Roy 9 5 25, Galvin 3 0 6, Castro 0 1 1, Creamer 2 4 8, Fishback 2 2 6, Werner 0 4 4, Dirr 6 3 15. Totals: 22 19 65.

        WILLIAMSBURG (25) — Ferguson 3 3 10, Schneider 2 2 6, Morris 1 3 5, Brown 1 0 2, Hayes 1 0 2. Totals: 8 8 25.

        CNE ....... 22  10  17  16—65

        Williamsburg ....... 4  4  10  7—25

        3-pointers: C — Roy 2. W — Ferguson. Record: W 1-11 (0-7 SBC).

        • Georgetown 57, Western Brown 50 — After Western Brown had cut the lead to three points, Katie Chadwell made a 3-pointer and Georgetown made five free throws to seal the win.

        The victory keeps Georgetown in sole possession of first place in the Southern Buckeye Conference. Chadwell finished with a career-high 24 points.

        Bethany Cahall added 10 points and eight assists for Georgetown. Ashley Wesley paced Western Brown with 21 points.

        GEORGETOWN (57) — Cahall 3 4 10, Miller 2 1 5, DeClair 0 3 3, Brown 2 0 5, A. Chadwell 2 4 8, K. Chadwell 9 4 24, Zurbuch 1 0 2. Totals: 19 16 57.

        WESTERN BROWN (50) — Wesley 4 13 21, Boyd 2 0 4, Boshears 0 3 3, Fleschel 3 1 7, Bering 1 2 4, Estep 1 0 2, Silvis 2 3 7, Hartman 0 2 2. Totals: 13 24 50.

        Georgetown ....... 20  12   9  16—57

        Western Brown ....... 13  13  11  13—50

        3-pointers: G—Brown, K. Chadwell 2. Records: G 10-4 (SBC 7-1).

        • Felicity 49, New Richmond 48 (OT) — Sophomore Danielle Easter stole the ball and scored on a layup with eight seconds remaining in overtime to clinch the victory.

        Easter scored six of her 12 points in overtime. Cassie Hall also scored 12 for Felicity.

        Brandi Loving sent the game to overtime with an offensive rebound and stickback at the end of regulation.

        FELICITY (49) — Bell 4 0 8, Wehrum 3 1 7, Easter 4 4 12, Keller 3 0 6, Cas. Hall 4 4 12, Can. Hall 1 2 4. Totals: 19 11 49.

        NEW RICHMOND (48) — Coslett 4 1 10, Loving 3 2 8, Horn 1 4 6, Blair 6 1 13, Boys 2 1 5, Diesel 3 0 6. Totals: 19 9 48.

        Felicity ....... 6  12  11  12  8—49

        New Richmond ....... 16   6  13   6  7—48

        3-pointers: NR—Coslett. Records: NR 7-7 (SBC 4-3), F (5-2).

        Kenton Trace Conference

               Clinton-Massie 52, Cedarville 27 — Mindy Wood scored a game-high 25 points, grabbed 15 rebounds and blocked six shots to lead the Falcons.

        CLINTON-MASSIE (52) — Brigano 0 2 2, L. Ferrau 0 2 2, Wilkinson 2 0 4, Campbell 1 1 3, Duncan 3 0 6, Wood 10 5 25, Fisher 5 0 10. Totals: 21 10 52.

        CEDARVILLE (27) — Je. Schmidt 2 0 4, Reed 0 2 2, Leiming 1 1 3, Pyles 1 0 2, Ja. Schmidt 1 0 3, Davies 1 0 2, Jones 2 1 5, Percival 3 0 6. Totals: 11 2 27.

        Clinton-Massie ....... 12  11  16  13—52

        Cedarville ....... 9   4  10   4—27

        3-pointers: Ced—Ja. Schmidt. Records: Clint 7-8, Ced 6-7.

        Mid-Miami League

               • Middletown Fenwick 42, Lemon-Monroe 34 — Senior Ashley Brown scored seven of her nine points in the fourth quarter, helping Fenwick hold on.

        Tara Markley led all scorers for Monroe with 12 points.

        MONROE (34) — Miller 2 1 6, Markley 4 2 12, Morgan 2 0 4, Christopher 1 1 3, Truett 3 3 9. Totals: 12 7 34.

        FENWICK (42) — Becker 3 2 8, Bruggeman 5 0 10, Brown 4 1 9, Smith 4 0 9, Bidwell 1 0 2, Stonecash 2 0 4. Totals: 19 3 42.

        Monroe ....... 6  10  10   8—34

        Fenwick ....... 8  10  11  13—42

        3-pointers: M—Markley 2, Miller. F—Smith. Records: M 2-11 (MML 0-9), F 8-4 (6-1).

        • Springboro 64, Franklin 29 — Junior forward Lindsey Wight scored 24 points to lead Springboro to its 11th straight victory. Karisa Evans had 18 points for Franklin.

        FRANKLIN (29) — Hedrick 0 1 1, Lamb 1 0 2, Evans 5 7 18, Riley 1 0 2, Gambill 2 0 4, Miller 0 2 2. Totals: 9 10 29.

        SPRINGBORO (64) — Graham 1 1 4, Teets 1 4 6, Hampton 1 0 2, Sullivan 4 0 8, Lacy 2 0 5, Wight 11 1 24, Ballard 4 3 11, Todd 0 2 2, Wright 1 0 2. Totals: 25 11 64.

        Franklin ....... 7   7   9   6—29

        Springboro ....... 15  12  19  18—64

        3-pointers: F—Evans. S—Graham, Lacy, Wight. Records: F 9-6 (MML 6-3), S 13-1 (8-0).

Greater Miami Valley Conference

        • Bellbrook 66, Middletown Madison 28 — Jessica Morgan had 13 points and Megan Boram scored 10 to lead Bellbrook.

        BELLBROOK (66) — Duncan 3 2 9, Heil 2 2 6, Farra 4 0 8, Morgan 4 5 13, Boram 4 2 10, Cook 3 0 6, Georges 3 0 7, Knisley 2 0 5, Yahle 1 0 2. Totals: 26 11 66.

        MADISON (28) — Sword 0 2 2, Short 2 0 4, Norvell 0 4 4, Delskamp 2 2 6, H. Kroger 1 1 3, Young 2 1 5, Snowden 1 2 4. Totals: 8 12 28.

        Bellbrook ....... 15  17  17  17—66

        Madison ....... 3  10   8   7—28

        3-pointers: B—Duncan, Georges, Knisley. Records: M 5-9.

Non-league

        • Middletown Christian 43, Miami Valley 22 — Lauren Fox scored 13 points and Amber Breeding added 12 for Middletown Christian.

        MIAMI VALLEY (22) — Dundon 1 0 2, Faunders 3 0 6, Cartwright 1 0 2, Adam 6 0 12. Totals: 11 0 22.

        M. CHRISTIAN (43) — Taylor 1 0 2, Flynn 1 1 3, Johnson 0 1 1, Breeding 5 2 12, Esselman 2 0 4, Allen 3 2 8, Fox 5 3 13. Totals: 17 9 43.

        Miami Valley ....... 4   6   6   6—22

        M. Christian ....... 7  15  11  10—43

        3-pointers: NA. Records: MV 3-7, Mid 7-6.

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