Tuesday, January 23, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


CHCA stays in title hunt

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Brooke Holman's 15 points helped Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy to a 52-39 victory over Landmark Christian in a Miami Valley Conference game Monday.

        The victory enabled CHCA to remain one game behind Cincinnati Country Day in the league while dropping Landmark two games off the pace.

        LANDMARK CHRISTIAN (39) — Spears 2 0 6, Jaeger 2 2 7, Am. Sebastian 5 5 16, An. Sebastian 2 4 8, Crenshaw 0 2 2. Totals: 11 13 39.

        CINCINNATI HILLS CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (52) — Shipley 3 0 7, Peters 0 2 2, Brennecke 0 1 1, Snyder 1 0 2, Holman 5 2 15, Nichols 3 0 6, Bowden 1 0 2, Humphrey 2 2 6, Trenz 5 1 11. Totals: 20 8 52.

        Landmark Ch. ....... 10  5  10  14—39

        CHCA. ....... 12  8  14  18—52

        3-pointers: L — Spears 2, Jaeger, Am. Sebastian. C — Holman 3, Shipley. Records: L 11-3 (8-3 MVC), C 12-3 (9-2).

        • Cincinnati Country Day 56, Summit Country Day 40 — Stefanie Reiber, Ashley Baker and Brittney Woods all scored in double figures for the Indians.

        SCD (40) — Hoeck 4 1 9, Conners 3 4 10, Haas 2 1 5, Ulmer 1 1 3, Lydon 5 0 10, Kief 1 1 3. Totals: 16 8 40.

        CCD (59) — Woods 4 1 10, Baker 5 5 15, Fitzhugh 3 3 9, Reiber 5 2 12, Geier 2 0 4, Stinson 1 2 4, Seward 1 0 2. Totals: 21 13 56.

        SCD ....... 9   7  11  13—40

        CCD ....... 11  16  22   7—59

        3-pointers: C—Woods. Records: S 7-6, 5-6 MVC; C 11-3, 9-1.

        • North College Hill 71, St. Bernard 10 — Amber Flynn scored 20 points and Latosha Johnson added 19 for NCH.

        NORTH COLLEGE HILL (71) — L. Johnson 7 2 19, Goldmas 3 0 6, Lovette 2 0 4, S. Johnson 1 0 2, Miller 6 0 12, Faller 3 0 6, Mason 1 0 2, Flynn 8 4 20. Totals: 31 7 71.

        ST. BERNARD (10) — McPartlin 1 0 2, Schafer 0 2 2, Ellis 0 3 3, Prather 1 1 3. Totals: 2 6 10.

        North College Hill ....... 25  25  10  11—71

        St. Bernard ....... 1   4   2   3—10

        3-pointers: N—L. Johnson 3. Records: SB 2-13 (MVC 2-9).

        • Seven Hills 77, New Miami 29 — Tyler McIlwraith scored 31 points, including six three-pointers, to pace the Stingers.

        SEVEN HILLS (77) — Hoffheimer 1 0 2, Kahle 2 0 4, Howard 2 0 4, Burton 2 0 4, Robertson 2 1 5, Woessher 1 1 3, Fiore 4 0 8, McIlwraith 12 1 31, Mirkopulos 3 0 6, Hanlon 3 2 8, Moss 1 0 2. Totals: 33 5 77.

        NEW MIAMI (29) — Goins 2 0 5, Robertson 1 0 3, Broshear 3 1 9, Proffitt 0 1 1, Faulkner 2 1 5, Hensley 1 0 2, Ritchie 1 2 4. Totals: 10 5 29.

        Seven Hills ....... 19  12  37   6—77

        New Miami ....... 8   3   7  11—29

        3-pointers: SH—McIlwraith 6. NM—Goins, Robertson, Broshear 2. Records: NM 0-13.

        • North Adams 60, Western Latham 31 — Bethany Simpson came off the bench to score 13 points for North Adams. Eve Dakodic scored 10 to lead Western Latham.

        WESTERN LATHAM (31) — Dakodic 4 2 10, A. Brewster 1 2 4, Marhoover 2 0 4, Ison 1 0 2, B. Brewster 3 0 6, Ross 1 0 2, Anderson 1 0 2, Hill 0 1 1. Totals: 26 5 31.

        NORTH ADAMS (60) — Copas 2 1 5, Pence 2 0 4, Robinson 5 0 10, Simpson 5 3 13, Brown 3 2 9, Fulton 2 2 6, Shreffler 3 0 6, Shupert 3 1 7. Totals: 25 9 60.

        Western Latham ....... 8  9  14  0—31

        North Adams ....... 18  23  7  12—60

       3-pointers: N — Brown. Record: N 12-2 (10-2 SHL).

        • West Union 54, Ripley 34 — West Union's Shawnda Caplinger scored 18 points. Ashley Campbell posted a double-double with 10 points and rebounds for Ripley.

        WEST UNION (54) — McClanahan 3 0 8, Fulton 2 0 4, Armstrong 1 1 3, Willett 0 1 1, Rhonemus 4 1 9, Eichenlaub 0 1 1, Caplinger 7 4 18, Torres 4 2 10. Totals: 21 10 54.

        RIPLEY (34) — Rice 1 0 2, Campbell 4 3 11, Brandenburg 2 8 12, Caproni 2 0 4, Short 1 0 3, Whaley 1 0 2. Totals: 11 11 34.

        West Union ....... 13  12  15  14—54

        Ripley ....... 6   2   8  18—34

        3-pointers: WU—McClanahan 2. R—Short. Records: WU 10-4, R 3-11.

        • Colerain 66, Hamilton 40 — The Cardinals erased a 13-1 deficit behind Annie Wessel's five 3-pointers.

        COLERAIN (66) — Hailey 4 6 14, Croxton 5 2 12, Kinamore 0 2 2, Haggard 3 1 8, Wessel 5 0 15, Mahler 1 4 6, Bankston 4 0 9. Totals: 22 15 66.

        HAMILTON (40) — DeLong 5 2 14, Brosey 0 2 2, Marshall 4 0 9, Booker 2 1 5, Benison 1 0 2, Fox 4 0 8. Totals: 16 5 40.

        Colerain ....... 9  15  17  25—66

        Hamilton ....... 13   7  10  10—40

        3-pointers: C—Haggard, Wessel 5, Bankston. H—DeLong 2, Marshall. Records: H 3-12, 1-10 GMC; C 11-4, 9-2.

        • Springboro 54, Middletown Fenwick 29 — Kelsey Sullivan, Lindsay Wight and Becky Ballard all reached double figures to lead No.3 Springboro.

        Ashley Smith led Fenwick with eight points. The win was Springboro's 12th in a row.

        MIDDLETOWN FENWICK (29) — Becker 3 0 6, Bruggeman 2 1 5, Mather 1 0 2, Brown 2 0 4, Clemens 0 1 1, Smith 4 0 8, Stonecash 1 1 3. Totals: 13 3 29.

        SPRINGBORO (54) — Graham 1 0 2, Sullivan 9 1 19, Lacy 2 0 5, Wight 7 1 15, Ballard 4 2 10, Wright 1 1 3. Totals: 24 5 54.

        Middletown Fenwick ....... 7  8  4  10—29

        Springboro ....... 15  15  11  13—54

        3-pointers: S — Lacy. Records: M 9-5 (6-2 MML), S 14-1 (9-0 MML).

        • Clinton-Massie 57, Carlisle 33 — Mindy Wood (14 points) and Sharlee Fisher (12) led C-M.

        Carlisle's Sara Tarbox scored 14.

        CLINTON-MASSIE (57) — Brigano 2 0 4, L. Ferrau 4 0 8, Wilkinson 0 1 1, D. Ferrau 1 0 2, King 1 0 2, Duncan 3 4 10, Wood 5 4 14, Fisher 5 0 12, Atchley 1 0 2, Sudman 0 2 2. Totals: 22 11 57.

        CARLISLE (33) — Alcorn 1 0 3, Stebelton 0 1 1, Tarbox 4 6 14, Snyder 4 3 11, Gregg 2 0 4. Totals: 11 10 33.

        Clinton-Massie ....... 11  13  16  17—57

        Carlisle ....... 5  9  10  9—33

        3-pointers: C-M — Fisher 2. C — Alcorn. Records: CM 8-9, C 2-13.

        • Middletown Ch. 40, Miami Valley 36 — The Eagles coupled a full-court press with 4-for-4 free-throw shooting in the fourth quarter to pull out the victory.

        The Breeding sisters, Hannah and Amber, each sank two free throws to clinch it.

        MIDD. CHRISTIAN (40) — H. Breeding 1 2 4, A. Breeding 7 2 16, Esselman 2 0 4, Allen 5 0 10, Huntsberger 3 0 6. Totals: 18 4 40.

        MIAMI VALLEY (36) — Dundon 2 3 8, Harewood 2 1 5, Saunders 4 0 , Cartwright 3 0 6, Adams 4 1 9. Totals: 15 5 36.

        Midd. Ch. ....... 4  14  10  12—40

        Miami Valley ....... 8  11   8   9—36

        3-pointers: MV—Dundon Records: MC 8-7, MV 3-9.

        • Felicity 59, Fayetteville 34 — Felicity sank 11 straight free throws in the second quarter. Katie Wehrum and Candice Hall each scored 13 points for Felicity.

        FAYETTEVILLE (34) — Rosselot 2 0 4, R. White 7 3 17, Slockman 0 1 1, B. White 3 2 9, Pope 1 0 3. Totals: 13 6 34.

        FELICITY (59) — Bell 4 2 10, Wehrum 5 3 13, Easter 3 2 8, Keller 3 5 11, Cas. Hall 1 2 4, Can. Hall 6 1 13. Totals: 22 15 59.

        Fayettville ....... 9   5   8  12—34

        Felicity ....... 11  19  19  10—59

        3-pointers: Fa—B. White, Pope. Records: Fa 7-8, Fe 9-5.

        • Wilmington 62, Georgetown 46 — The Hurricanes sank 12-of-20 free throws in the fourth quarter.

        GEORGETOWN (46) — Cahall 7 2 17, Miller 2 0 4, Brown 3 0 6, A. Chadwell 4 1 9, K. Chadwell 2 2 6, Zurbuch 1 2 4. Totals: 19 7 46.

        WILMINGTON (62) — Shumaker 7 5 19, Williams 4 2 10, Dell 0 1 1, Lansing 0 2 2, Hodson 4 4 14, Davis 3 5 12, Schaad 0 1 1, Thompson 0 3 3. Totals: 18 23 62.

        Georgetown ....... 9  10  17  10—46

       Wilmington ....... 13   9  17  23—62

        3-pointers: G—Cahall. W—Hodson 2, Dabis. Records: G 10-5, W 7-8.

        • Batavia 41, Mount Healthy 32 — Brooke Stout scored eight of her career-high 16 points in the third quarter when the Bulldogs broke out to a 33-24 lead.

        MOUNT HEALTHY (32) — Bowden 1 0 2, Brewer 5 3 13, Johnson 4 0 9, Simmons 2 1 5, Thomas 1 1 3. Totals: 13 5 32.

        BATAVIA (41) — Martinez 1 0 2, Weidner 3 1 8, Swart 2 0 4, Crooker 1 0 3, Stout 8 0 16, Lowe 2 2 6, Wehrman 1 0 2. Totals: 18 3 41.

        Mount Healthy ....... 4   9  11   8—32

        Batavia ....... 7  10  16   8—41

        3-pointers: M—Johnson. B—Weidner, Crooker. Records: B 8-5, M 7-7.

        • Clermont Northeastern 51, Blanchester 34 — Stephanie Roy had scored 10 of her game-high 25 points in the fourth quarter for the Rockets. Amanda Smithers pulled down 12 rebounds for CNE.

        BLANCHESTER (34) — Zimmer 2 1 5, Schlake 0 1 1, H. Meineke 2 0 4, S. Martin 1 0 2, Mann 1 0 2, C. Martin 3 5 12, S. Meineke 2 0 5, Newman 1 0 2, Fey 0 1 1. Totals: 12 8 34.

        CLERMONT NORTHEASTERN (51) — Roy 9 6 25, Smithers 2 2 6, Miller 1 0 2, Galvin 1 0 2, Cunningham 1 0 2, Creamer 2 0 4, Fishback 1 0 2, Dirr 3 2 8. Totals: 20 10 51.

        Blanchester ....... 5  2  13  14—34

        Clermont NE ....... 13  14  4  20—510

        3-pointers: B — C. Martin, S. Meineke. C — Roy. Record: C 6-9.

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