Sunday, January 21, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


McNicholas stumbles in second half

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Brandi Hoskins came off the bench to score six of her 10 points in the third quarter to help Chaminade-Julienne wipe out a four-point halftime deficit on the way to a 54-44 victory over McNicholas Saturday.

        McNicholas, ranked No.4 in The Enquirer's Divisions II-IV coaches poll, scored the first eight points of the fourth quarter to take a 39-36 lead. But the Eagles sank 11 of 16 free throws down the stretch to clinch the victory.

        Lynn Oberschmidt scored a game-high 16 points for McNicholas.

        Megan Duffy led Chaminade-Julienne with 15 points.

        The Rockets have lost three straight games and four of their last five.

        CHAMINADE-JULIENNE (54) — Duffy 6 2 15, Beane 3 3 11, Farrell 1 4 7, Goldsberry 1 1 3, Hanson 4 0 8, Hoskins 4 2 10. Totals: 19 12 54.

        McNICHOLAS (44) — Hornschemeier 3 3 9, B. Clark 3 0 7, A. Clark 4 0 8, Oberschmidt 8 0 16, K. Breving 2 0 4. Totals: 20 3 44.

        Chaminade-Julienne ....... 7  14  15  18—54

        McNicholas ....... 12  13   6  13—44

        3-pointers: C — Beane 2, Duffy, Farrell. M — B. Clark. Records: C 15-1, M 9-5.

        • Princeton 59, Lakota East 46 — Brie Bradshaw scored 22 points to lead Princeton to a Greater Miami Conference victory on the road.

        Dee Davis scored 13 points and Danielle Duncan added 10 for the Lady Vikings.

        Katie Webb scored 16 points to lead the Thunderhawks. Erin Lee added 12 points and Angela Estes 11 for Lakota East.

        PRINCETON (59) — Davis 4 2 13, McNamara 1 0 2, Skoog 1 2 4, Purvis 2 0 4, Bradshaw 8 6 22, Duncan 5 0 10, Smith 2 0 4. Totals: 23 10 59.

        LAKOTA EAST (46) — Andrea 0 1 1, Williams 2 0 4, Lee 5 2 12, Nollen 0 2 2, Webb 7 2 16, Estes 5 1 11. Totals: 19 8 46.

        Princeton ....... 15  10  17  17—59

        Lakota East ....... 9  10  18  9—46

        3-pointers: P — Davis 3. Record: L 5-9 (3-7).

        • Roger Bacon 58, Winton Woods 52 — Julie Metz scored a game-high 21 points to lead Roger Bacon, which led 33-19 at halftime.

        Monica Tinsley led Winton Woods with 18 points.

        WINTON WOODS (52) — White 2 0 4, Fletcher 5 1 11, Johnson 4 5 13, Box, 0 2 2, Burton 0 4 4, Tinsley 9 0 18. Totals: 20 12 52.

        ROGER BACON (58) — Byrd 0 2 2, Frentsos 2 0 4, Kenchet 1 2 4, Withers 2 2 7, Zins 1 0 2, Kelly 1 2 4, Metz 9 3 21, Hazelbaker 9 3 21, Holden 1 0 2. Totals: 26 14 68.

        Winton Woods ....... 12   7  15  18—52

        Roger Bacon ....... 20  13  14  21—58

        3-pointers: RB—Withers. Records: RB 7-7, WW 11-4.

        • McAuley 52, Hughes 40 — Lisa Kampschmidt and Nicole Koenig led a balanced Mohawk scoring attack en route to handing Hughes their third loss of the season.

        McAuley's defense limited Hughe's leading scorer, Leslie Burns to three points.

        McAULEY (52) — Sullivan 0 6 6, Rack 1 0 2, Sunderman 0 2 2, Reilman 2 0 4, Hoffman 2 1 5, Lichtenfeld 3 0 6, Koenig 5 0 10, Kampshmidt 5 1 11, Rosing 1 4 6. Totals: 19 14 52.

        HUGHES (40) — Johnson 0 2 2, Davis 2 1 5, Everson 4 0 8, Burns 1 1 3, Steele 1 0 2, Bridges 5 0 10, Pettijohn 2 3 7. Totals: 15 7 40.

        McAuley ....... 10  17  8  17—52

        Hughes ....... 11   4  5  20—40

        3-pointers: H - Bridges 3. Records: M 9-5; H 12-3.

        • Dayton Jefferson 52, Middletown Christian 29 — Amber Breeding scored 12 points and Bekki Allen had 11 for Middletown Christian.

        MIDDLETOWN CHRISTIAN (29) — Flynn 2 0 4, Breeding 5 2 12, Esselman 1 0 2, Allen 5 0 11. Totals: 13 2 29.

        JEFFERSON (52) — West 4 3 11, Walker 0 1 1, Rambert 3 1 7, Carpenter 4 5 13, Jackson 1 0 2, Moore 1 1 3, Dixon 2 2 6, Jordan 4 1 9. Totals: 19 1 452.

        Middletown Christian ....... 10  11   2   6—29

        Jefferson ....... 12   5  16  19—52

        3-pointers: M—Allen. Records: M 7-7.

        • Goshen 66, Cler mont Northeastern 38 — Amanda Bitzer scored 16 points to lead the Warriors.

        Stephanie Roy scored 19 points for the Rockets.

        GOSHEN (66) — Rise 2 0 4, Marsh 1 0 2, Polly 5 0 10, Jay 1 2 4, Martin 1 0 2, Bitzer 8 0 16, Scott 4 0 8, Pels 2 3 7, King 2 0 4, Phillips 2 5 9. Totals: 28 10 66.

        CNE (38) — Roy 8 1 19, Miller 0 1 1, Creamer 1 1 3, Fishback 2 1 5, Werner 1 0 2, Dirr 2 4 8. Totals: 14 8 38.

        Goshen ....... 12  16  19  19—66

        Clermont NE ....... 6  14   6  12—38

        3-pointers: CN—Roy 2. Records: CN 5-9 .

        • North College Hill 50, Finneytown 34 — Amber Flynn scored eight of her 16 points in the second quarter when the Trojans overcame a three-point deficit. Flynn added nine rebounds and Michele Miller had 17 points and nine rebounds for NCH.

        Rebecca Gandlik and Lindsey Bord lead Finneytown with 10 points each.

        FINNEYTOWN (34) — Neher 1 4 6, Lorber 2 1 5, Gandlik 4 2 10, Bord 4 2 10, Crobey 1 0 2, Schmidt 0 1 1. Totals: 12 10 34.

        NCH (50) — L. Johnson 2 3 7, Lovette 1 0 2, S. Johnson 2 0 4, Faller 2 0 4, Flynn 7 2 16, Miller 7 3 17. Totals: 21 8 50.

        Finneytown ....... 8   6   7  13—34

        NCH ....... 5  13  16  16—50

        3-pointers: None. Records: N 10-4.

        • Lakota West 48, Lebanon 17 — Stephanie Comisar scored 13 points and Andrea Carlberg had 12 for Lakota West.

        LAKOTA WEST (48) — Gostisha 1 0 2, Steclaw 1 0 2, Comisar 4 5 13, Swift 1 0 2, Scrudato 1 0 2, Wright 3 3 9, Carlberg 5 2 12, Eifert 3 0 6. Totals: 19 10 48.

        LEBANON (17) — Ball 3 0 6, Siehl 1 0 3, Turner 1 2 4, Meyer 1 0 2, LeVan 1 0 2. Totals: 7 2 17.

        Lakota West ....... 11  18   8  11—48

        Lebanon ....... 2   6   0   9—17

        3-pointers: Leb—Siehl. Records: Leb 4-10, Lak 11-2.

        • Fairfield 64, Walnut Hills 35 — Wanisha Smith scored 14 points and Karen Carty added 12 points for Fairfield.

        Katie Lajeunesse paced Walnut Hills with 12 points.

        FAIRFIELD (64) — Smith 3 8 14, Davenport 5 0 10, Hanck 4 2 10, Buczek 2 3 7, Taylor 3 1 7, Carty 4 2 12, Lautenslager 2 0 4. Totals: 23 16 64.

        WALNUT HILLS (35) — Lajeunesse 5 2 12, Wilson 4 3 11, Antel 2 1 6, Davis 1 0 2, Greene 0 2 2, Marsh 1 0 2. Totals: 13 8 35.

        Fairfield ....... 15  20  18  11—64

        Walnut Hills ....... 11  10   8   6—35

        3-pointers: F—Carty 2. W—Antel. Records: W 8-6.

        • Indian Hill 56, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy 43 — Indian Hill made 17 of its 23 free-throw attempts in the fourth quarter, when it overcame a nine-point deficit.

        Junior Kristen Ellis scored nine of her game- and season-high 21 points in the fourth quarter for the Braves, who outscored the Eagles 25-3 in the period. She also had seven steals.

        Brooke Holman led CHCA with 12 points.

        CHCA (43) — Shipley 2 0 5, Peters 0 1 1, Synder 3 0 6, Holman 4 4 12, Nichols 1 0 2, Bowden 2 0 4, Humphrey 2 3 7, Trenz 1 4 6. Totals: 15 12 43.

        INDIAN HILL (56) — Crook 1 0 2, Ellis 5 11 21, Tepe 1 2 4, Von Lehman 3 2 8, David 1 5 8, Forbes 1 1 3, Schmitt 2 6 10. Totals: 14 27 56.

        CHCA ....... 14  16  10   3—43

        Indian Hill ....... 2  19  10  25—56

       

3-pointers: C — Shipley. I — David. Record: 7-5.

        • Middletown Fenwick 38, Middletown Madison 29 — Michelle Ionna came off the bench to score a game-high 11 points for Fenwick. Nicki Short came off the bench to score eight points for Madison.

        MIDDLETOWN FENWICK (38) — Becker 3 4 10, Ionna 5 1 11, Brown 1 0 2, Clemens 2 3 7, Wolke 1 0 2, Bidwell 1 2 4, Stonecash 1 0 2. Totals: 14 10 38.

        MIDDLETOWN MADISON (29) — Nance 2 0 4, Short 4 0 8, Delscamp 1 2 4, B. Kroger, H. Kroger 1 2 4, Young 0 1 1, Snowden 1 0 3. Totals: 10 8 29.

        Fenwick ....... 4  16  6  12—38

        Madison ....... 4  11  4  10—29

        3-pointers: M — Snowden. Records: F 9-4, M 5-10.

        • Western Hills 41, SCPA 31 — Kiza Bullock scored 10 of her career-high 26 points in the fourth quarter for Western Hills after SCPA tied the score 27-27 at the end of the third.

        SCPA (31) — Spickard 4 1 9, Hill 4 0 8, Hoernschemeyer 3 0 7, Williams 1 0 2, Gordon 2 1 5. Totals: 14 2 31.

        WESTERN HILLS (41) — S. Tolliver 2 0 4, R. Tolliver 0 3 3, Goodrich 3 0 6, Bullock 10 6 26, Tesfai 1 0 2. Totals: 16 9 41.

        SCPA ....... 8   7  12   4—31

        Western Hills ....... 12  13   2  14—41

        3-pointers: S—Hoernschemeyer. Records: W 7-8.

        • Deer Park 53, Norwood 46 — Kristy Eigel scored eight of her game-high 19 points in the first quarter to help Deer Park take a 19-9 lead. She made two of her five 3-pointers in the first quarter.

        Jennifer Caudill had 10 points for Deer Park.

        Dawn McCarthy led Norwood with 15 points, and Krisia Collins added 10.

        DEER PARK (53) — Eigel 7 0 19, Caudill 5 0 10, Nally 1 0 3, Dennis 3 0 7, Jen. Houston 1 0 2, Jes. Houston 1 0 2, Miskimens 2 0 5, Jetter 2 1 5. Totals: 22 1 53.

        NORWOOD (46) — Evans 4 0 11, McCarthy 5 5 15, Kassem 1 2 4, Collins 5 0 10, McCalla 3 0 6. Totals: 18 7 46.

        Deer Park ....... 19  8  13  13—53

        Norwood ....... 9  9  12  16—46

       

3-pointers: D — Eigel 5, Nally, Dennis, Miskimens. N — Evans 3. Records: D 2-12, N 0-15.

        • Landmark Chris tian 56, Ridgeville Christian 30 — Amy Sebastian scored 12 points, Codi Jaeger had 11 and Shannon Gresham scored 10 to lead the Golden Eagles.

        RIDGEVILLE (30) — Messer 4 0 10, McCollough 3 0 6, Benman 1 4 6, Bonardi 1 6 8. Totals: 8 10 30.

        LANDMARK (56) — Olliver 4 0 9, Mitchell 1 0 2, Spears 1 2 4, Jaeger 5 0 11, Am. Sebastian 5 1 12, An. Sebastian 3 0 6, Brewer 1 0 2, Gresham 5 0 10. Totals: 25 3 56.

        Ridgeville ....... 6   4   9  11—30

        Landmark ....... 12  19  13  12—56

        3-pointers: R—Messer 2. L—Jaeger, Olliver, Am. Sebastian. Records: L 12-2, R 5-6.

        • Badin 55, Hamilton 32 — Cydney Overton had 13 points and 11 rebounds to lead Badin to its fourth consecutive win over Hamilton.

        Amy Morner added 11 points for the Rams, who have won 43 straight games against Butler County teams, dating to the 1990-91 season.

        HAMILTON (32) — DeLong 4 0 9, Brosey 0 3 3, Brown 2 0 4, Fox 1 1 3, Marshall 2 0 4, Booker 1 3 5, Benison 0 3 3, Young 0 1 1. Totals: 10 11 32.

        BADIN (55) — Vilkoski 2 2 6, Parker 1 0 2, Overton 4 5 13, Morner 3 4 11, Shull 3 3 9, Beckett 0 6 6, Collins 1 0 2, Cochran 1 0 2, Sphire 1 0 2, Saurber 1 0 2. Totals: 17 20 55.

        Hamilton ....... 5   4  15   8—32

        Badin ....... 13   8  18  16—55

        3-pointers: H—DeLong. B—Morner. Records: B 8-6, H 3-11.

        • Summit Country Day 34, Bethel-Tate 28 — Kendelle Lydon had 14 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Silver Knights.

        BETHEL-TATE (28) — Shouse 1 4 6, Beck 0 2 2, Canter 3 2 10, Stockton 1 0 2, Wilson 2 0 4, Howe 2 0 4. Totals: 9 8 28.

        SUMMIT (34) — Hoeck 1 2 4, Conners 2 1 5, Haas 2 3 7, Ulmer 1 0 2, Lydon 7 0 14, Bunch 1 0 2. Totals: 14 6 34.

        Bethel-Tate ....... 13   4   4   7—28

        Summit ....... 9   9   6  10—34

        3-pointers: B-Canter 2. Records: B 2-13; S 7-6.

        • Ursuline 63, Harrison 44 — Maria Walker scored seven of her team-high 14 points in the first quarter for the Lions. She also had seven steals.

        Jackie Obert added 13 points for Ursuline, the No.6 team in The Enquirer's Division I coaches poll.

        Tammi Toney led the Wildcats with 15 points.

        HARRISON (44) — Walton 2 0 4, Santillo 2 4 8, Brooks 2 2 6, Daily 1 0 2, Walker 1 0 2, Toney 6 3 15, Lux 1 0 2, Ransick 1 3 5. Totals: 16 12 44.

        URSULINE (63) — Obert 3 6 13, Klein 3 0 8, S. Blackburn 3 1 7, Burke 2 0 4, Davren 4 0 8, M. Blackburn 1 0 2, Polimeni 1 1 3, Walker 3 6 14, Campbell 1 2 4. Totals: 21 16 63.

        Harrison ....... 9  7  14  14—44

        Ursuline ....... 16  23  9  15—63

        3-pointers: U — Klein, Walker 2, Obert. Record: 10-6.

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