Friday, January 19, 2001

N.Ky. girls basketball games


Harrison County girls upset No. 9 Campbell County

        Freshman forward Megan Gray scored six of her game-high 19 points in the fourth quarter to help Harrison County upset the No.9 Campbell County 42-38 despite falling behind 10-0 after the first quarter.

        Gray also had 11 rebounds, including seven on offense.

        Campbell County missed several opportunities to tie or take the lead late in the game. Tara King and Heather Walker each scored eight points to lead the Camels.

        CAMPBELL COUNTY (38) — Wilson 3 0 7, Ballinger 1 1 3, Fowee 3 0 6, Mayhew 0 1 1, Barry 2 1 5, Walker 4 0 8, King 4 0 8. Totals: 17 3 38.

        HARRISON COUNTY (42) — Furnish 2 0 4, Cracraft 0 2 2, Snedeker 1 0 2, Linville 5 1 11, Gray 7 5 19, Owsley 2 0 4. Totals: 17 8 42.

        Campbell County ....... 10   5  13  10—38

        Harrison County ....... 0  17  14  11—42

        3-pointers: C — Wilson. Record: C 8-6.

        • Calvary Christian 48, Ludlow 45 (OT) — Senior Lisa Van Berkel scored five points in overtime to lead Calvary Christian.

        Senior Sarah Wood made two free throws with 6.3 seconds left to account for the final score. Ludlow's Ashley Pence attempted a game-tying 3-pointer, but it rimmed out at the buzzer.

        Woods led all scorers with 17 points and also had eight assists.

        Van Berkel scored 15 points and Carianne Curry had 12 rebounds for Calvary Christian.

        Pence led Ludlow with 15 points.

        LUDLOW (45) — Pence 7 0 15, Wise 2 5 9, Blackburn 5 3 13, Lantry 1 2 4, Hall 1 2 4. Totals: 16 12 45.

        CALVARY CHRISTIAN (48) — Woods 4 8 17, Blaine 1 0 2, Adams 2 0 4, Curry 3 0 6, Van Berkel 7 1 15, Fuller 2 0 4. Totals: 19 9 48.

        Ludlow ....... 7  8  14  12  4—45

        Calvary Christian ....... 10  12  13  6  7—48

        3-pointers: L — Woods. C — Pence. Records: L 4-7, C 8-4.

        • Bellevue 61, Heritage Academy 37 — A 20-2 third quarter, triggered by Tabitha Ervin's 10 points, enabled the Tigers to break open a close game.

        Meggie Mulligan paced Bellevue with 16 points, and Kim Holliman added 15 points and 19 rebounds.

        HERITAGE (37) — Curly 1 0 2, King 3 1 7, Holtman 4 2 10, Neri 1 0 2, Capel 4 2 13, Piper 1 0 3. Totals: 14 5 37.

        BELLEVUE (61) — Ervin 5 2 12, Delaney 2 3 7, Mendell 1 0 2, Myers 1 3 5, Kennedy 1 0 2, Mulligan 6 4 16, Holliman 7 1 15, Bell 1 0 2. Totals: 24 13 61.

        Heritage ....... 13  13   2   9—37

        Bellevue ....... 17  14  20  10—61

        3-pointers: H—Capel 3, Piper. Records: B 8-6, H 2-8.

        • Beechwood 53, Dayton 23 — Katie Pohlgeers scored 20 points, Stacey Kirby had 10 and Brittany Kirby had nine for Beechwood.

        DAYTON (23) — Lovins 2 0 5, Hollingsworth 2 1 7, Lynn 2 5 9, Price 1 0 2. Totals: 7 6 23.

        BEECHWOOD (53) — S. Kirby 5 0 10, Pohlgeers 7 6 20, B. Kirby 4 1 9, Jones 4 0 8, Arlinghaus 2 0 4, Haake 1 0 2. Totals: 23 7 53.

        Dayton ....... 8   4   7   4—23

        Beechwood ....... 23   6   8  16—53

        3-pointers: D—Lovins, Hollingsworth 2. Records: D 1-11, B 6-7.

        • Walton-Verona 47, Trimble County 44 — Senior forward Jessica Schmidt had 23 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Bearcats.

        The game was tied 33-33 after three quarters, but McIntyre scored 10 of Walton's 14 fourth-quarter points to help claim the victory. Ashley Afterkirk had 10 assists for the Bearcats.

        WALTON-VERONA (47) — Schmidt 8 7 23, McIntyre 3 4 13, Hegland 4 3 11, Afterkirk 0 0 0. Totals: 15 14 47.

        TRIMBLE COUNTY (44) — Fisher 2 0 5, Draque 3 1 8, McGuire 3 0 6, Aylor 3 1 7, Louden 0 2 2, Wagner 6 2 14, Bray 1 0 2. Totals: 18 6 44.

        Walton-Verona ....... 11   5  17  14—47

        Trimble Co. ....... 17   3  13  11—44

        3-pointers: W-McIntyre 3; T-Fisher, Draque. Records: W 9-7, T 7-8.

        • Villa Madonna 78, Silver Grove 48 — Sophomore center Molly Halpin had 15 points, 10 rebounds and four assists for the Blue Lightning. Junior forward Lee Humphrey scored a game-high 16 points for Villa Madonna.

        VILLA MADONNA (78) — Napier 1 0 2, Niemeyer 2 0 6, Wade 0 2 2, Sullender 4 2 10, L. Randall 3 0 6, Noll 0 3 3, A. Randall 3 0 6, Pavel 4 0 8, Phomas 2 0 4, Halpin 3 9 15, Humphrey 7 1 16. Totals: 29 17 78.

        SILVER GROVE (48) — Stortz 1 2 4, Stipps 1 0 2, Bellamy 1 2 4, Goering 1 0 2, Riley 2 4 9, Bass 6 6 19, Davidson 2 2 6, Iles 1 0 2. Totals: 15 16 48.

        Villa Madonna ....... 24  13  22  19—78

       Silver Grove ....... 4  16  12  16—48

        3-pointers: V-Niemeyer 2, Humphrey; S-Riley, Bass. Records: V 12-4, S 5-8.

        • Newport 54, Highlands 44 — An 8-0 run midway through the third quarter broke open a tied game and gave the Wildcats the lead for good.

        Junior Tara Booth led all scorers with 27 points for Highlands.

        Stephanie Atkins scored 18 points and Ashley Mills added 14 points and 11 rebounds for Newport.

        NEWPORT (54) — Seibert 2 0 4, Beatsch 0 1 1, Stegner 2 0 4, Jones 3 3 9, Mills 5 4 14, S. Atkins 7 4 18, Williams 1 2 4. Totals: 20 14 54.

        HIGHLANDS (44) — Gibson 1 0 3, Winkler 3 0 6, Owsley 1 0 2, Hamel 1 0 2, Booth 10 7 27, Grause 2 0 4. Totals: 18 7 44.

        Newport ....... 10  12  15  17—54

        Highlands ....... 12  17   6   9—44

        3-pointers: H—Gibson. Records: H 13-4, N 13-6.

        • Conner 65, Simon Kenton 31 — Junior guard Missy Suter scored 13 points to pace the Cougars, who led from start to finish. An 18-3 run in the second quarter helped Conner to a 31-15 halftime lead.

        Freshman forward Erica Rawls led the Pioneers with 11 points.

        CONNER (65) — Price 4 0 8, Suter 5 2 13, Randall 1 0 2, Dallas 1 1 3, Turner 2 2 6, Martin 2 5 10, Williams 2 0 4, Dooley 2 1 5, Biddle 4 0 8, Shuffett 3 0 6. Totals: 26 11 65.

        SIMON KENTON (31) — Rawls 3 3 11, Morrison 1 0 2, Jones 2 1 5, Smock 1 1 3, Klaine 1 0 2, Stith 3 2 8. Totals: 11 7 31.

        Conner ....... 13  18  16  18—65

        Simon Kenton ....... 6   9   7   9—31

        3-pointers: C-Martin 1, Suter 1; S-Rawls 2. Records: C 5-10, S 0-13.

        • Holmes 67, St. Henry 40 — Erica Hallman scored nine of her game-high 24 points in the second quarter to lead Holmes to a 37-18 halftime lead.

        Hallman also had nine assists. Lori Brinkman added 12 points for Holmes.

        ST. HENRY (40) — King 3 2 9, Danks 2 0 4, Johnson 4 1 9, Bollinger 0 1 1, Lindman 1 2 4, Muck 3 0 6, Seibert 1 0 2, Rice 1 0 2, Taberling 1 1 3. Totals: 16 7 40.

        HOLMES (67) — V. Jackson 2 0 4, Ecklar 2 0 4, Moore 1 0 2, D. Jackson 0 1 1, Brinkman 6 0 12, Wimzie 2 0 4, Humphrey 3 2 8, Hallman 11 0 24, Patterson 3 0 6, Miller 0 2 2. Totals: 30 5 67.

        St. Henry ....... 10   8  13   9—40

        Holmes ....... 14  23  15  15—67

        3-pointers: S—King. H—Hallman 2. Records: H 9-7, S 2-10.

        • Dixie Heights 58, Scott 48 — Sophomore Julianne Lingelbach scored 12 first-quarter points, including three 3-pointers, to help Dixie to a 24-17 lead. Dixie sophomore Meredith Jones came off the bench in the second quarter to make two 3-pointers. She finished with 12 points.

        Lingelbach finished with 16 points to lead Dixie.

        Carlie Hutchinson scored a game-high 17 points for Scott.

        SCOTT (48) — Hutchinson 7 2 17, Verville 1 0 2, Matracia 4 4 12, Thomas 2 2 7, Tomlin 2 0 4, Hollaender 3 0 6. Totals: 19 8 48.

        DIXIE (58) — Farley 1 4 6, Shondel 3 2 10, Lingelbach 6 1 16, Durrett 4 4 12, Luessen 1 0 2, Jones 4 2 12. Totals: 19 13 58.

        Scott ....... 17   2  14  15—48

        Dixie ....... 24  12   8  14—58

        3-pointers: S—Hutchinson, Thomas. D—Shondel 2, Lingelbach 3, Jones 2. Records: S 5-9, D 10-5.

        • Boone County 64, Ryle 44 — Boone County junior forward Chrissy Isaac had 20 points and 10 rebounds, reaching career highs in both catagories.

        RYLE (44) — Matteoli 1 1 3, Miller 2 3 7, Scherer 1 0 2, Bullach 2 2 6, Cooper 2 0 4, Steiner 1 9 11, Schmidt 1 0 3, Witte 0 2 2, Hoppenjans 2 0 6. Totals: 12 17 44.

        BOONE COUNTY (64) — Boswell 3 0 6, Mathney 3 1 7, Molleson 1 0 2, Isaac 8 2 20, Newhouse 3 2 8, Grobmyer 4 0 8, Henderson 4 0 8, Milner 0 1 1, Madden 0 2 2, Diehl 0 2 2. Totals: 26 10 64.

        Rile ....... 9  12   7  16—44

        Boone Co. ....... 24  16  14  10—64

        3-pointers: R-Hoppenjans 2, Schmidt; B-Isaac 2. Records: R 6-7, B 13-4.

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