Wednesday, January 24, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Fairfield upsets Lakota West; Oak Hills alone atop GMC

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Karen Cartey scored six of her 13 points in the third quarter as Fairfield pulled ahead and held on for a 45-35 Greater Miami Conference victory at Lakota West on Tuesday night.

        Fairfield, No. 9 in The Enquirer's Division I girls basketball poll, got 16 points from Wanisha Smith to topple the Firebirds, No.3 in the poll.

        Cara Wright paced Lakota West with 19 points and eight rebounds. Wanisha Smith paced Fairfield with 16 points.

        FAIRFIELD (45) — Buczek 1 3 5, Hanck 0 2 2, Smith 6 4 16, Davenport 2 2 6, Taylor 1 0 2, Cartey 4 1 13, Hauck 0 1 1. Totals: 14 13 45.

        LAKOTA WEST (35) — Comisar 5 2 13, Wright 9 1 19, Carlberg 0 2 2, Gostisha 0 1 1. Totals: 14 6 35.

        Fairfield ....... 10  8  15  12—45

        Lakota West ....... 10  10  4  11—35

        3-pointers: F—Cartey 4. LW—Comisar. Records: F 9-5 (6-5 GMC), LW 11-3 (9-2 GMC).

        • Oak Hills 58, Sycamore 49 — Danielle Dietrich and Michelle Helms each scored 12 points to lead the Highlanders, the No.2 team in The Enquirer's Division I girls poll.

        Oak Hills used a 17-9 spurt in the second quarter to take a 28-22 halftime lead. By beating No.8 Sycamore, the Highlanders improved to 10-1 in their first season in the Greater Miami Conference, a game ahead of Lakota West, which lost to Fairfield on Tuesday.

        OAK HILLS (58) — Sauers 2 0 4, Cornelius 5 0 11, Fehr 2 0 6, Lack 2 0 4, Dietrich 3 4 12, Laug 4 1 9, Helms 4 4 12. Totals: 22 9 58.

        SYCAMORE (49) — Frank 2 0 4, Jes. Fitzwilson 2 3 7, Jen. Fitzwilson 2 0 5, Goure 1 0 2, Schwerdtmann 4 0 8, Kimmey 4 0 9, Ebel 3 3 9, Pennington 2 1 5. Totals: 20 7 49.

        Oak Hills ....... 11  17  15  15—58

        Sycamore ....... 13   9  12  15—49

        3-pointers: OH-Cornelius, Fehr 2, Dietrich 2; S—Jen. Fitzwilson, Kimmey. Records: OH 12-1, 10-1 GMC; S 8-6, 6-5.

        • Lakota East 52, Middletown 50 — Erin Lee hit a layup off a pass from Lauren Williams with four seconds left for the win.

        Katie Webb led Lakota East with 16 points. Angela Estes scored 15 points and had nine rebounds.

        Anne Weingartner and Brittany Shields each had 13 points for Middletown.

        MIDDLETOWN (50) — Weingartner 6 0 13, Shields 6 1 13, Thomas 2 0 4, Rupp 4 0 8, Mack 2 0 4, Russell 2 3 8. Totals: 23 3 50.

        LAKOTA EAST (52) — Andrea 1 0 2, Williams 2 5 9, Lee 2 0 4, Nollen 3 0 6, Webb 7 2 16, Estes 5 5 15. Totals: 20 12 52.

        Middletown ....... 10  12   9  19—50

        Lakota East ....... 11  10  19  12—52

        3-pointers: M-Weingartner 1. Records: L 699 (4-7 GMC), M 2-12 (0-10).

        • Hughes 63, Western Hills 30 — Hughes used a tenacious pressure defense and 16 points from Farsha Johnson to bury Western Hills.

        HUGHES (63) — Johnson 5 6 16, Davis 4 4 12, Burns 5 0 10, Steel 2 1 5, Bridges 3 3 11, Moore 2 5 9. Totals: 21 19 63 .

        WESTERN HILLS (30) — S. Tolliver 2 0 4, R. Tolliver 3 1 8, Russia 1 0 3, Goodrich 3 0 6, Bullock 4 1 9. Totals: 13 2 30.

        Hughes ....... 18  12  17  16—63

        Western Hills ....... 5  3  9  13—30

        3-pointers: H: Bridges (2), WH: R. Tolliver (1), Russia (1). Records: H 12-3 (9-0 QCC), WH 7-9 (5-5 QCC).

        • Walnut Hills 56, Taft 37 — Katie Lajeunesse scored 10 of her 16 points in the second half to lead the Eagles. Ebony Ragland paced Taft with 13 points.

        TAFT (37) — Ragland 5 2 13, Hill 2 2 6, Clark 2 2 6, Jennings 2 0 4, Dunlap 0 3 3, Sneed 0 3 3, Wood 1 0 2. Totals: 13 10 37.

        WALNUT HILLS (56) — Lajeunesse 6 4 16, Davis 3 2 8, Wilson 2 3 7, Martin 3 0 7, Fennell 2 2 6, Marsh 2 0 4, Kelsey 2 0 4, Moon 0 2 2, Lucas 1 0 2. Totals: 21 13 56.

        Taft ....... 7   9   5  16—37

        Walnut Hills ....... 14  10  14  18—56

        3-pointers: T—Ragland. W—Martin. Records: W 9-6 (QCC 8-2), T 3-11 (2-8).

        • Madeira 49, Mariemont 43 — The Amazons held off a late rally by Lauren Pember and the Warriors to move into a first-place tie with Wyoming in the CHL.

        MADEIRA (49) — Mackris 0 2 2, Barnhill 1 2 5, Groll 2 3 7, Davis 6 6 18, Gratsch 1 4 6, Barnhart 4 3 11. Totals: 14 20 49.

        MARIEMONT (43) — Kauffmann 2 2 7, Perry 1 2 4, Potts 3 3 9, Pember 2 3 7, Safford 1 0 2, Brown 4 1 9, Rogers 2 1 5. Totals: 15 12 43.

        Madeira ....... 9  9  11  20—49

        Mariemont ....... 7  8   6  22—43

        3-pointers: Mad-Barnhill 1; Mar-Kauffmann 1. Records: Mad 13-2 (8-1 CHL), MAR 11-2 (6-2).

        • McNicholas 74, Glen Este 40 — Kendra Hornschemeier opened the third quarter with two steals and four points to fuel a 24-5 outburst in the quarter for the Rockets.

        MCNICHOLAS (74) — Flammer 2 0 4, Thomas 1 0 2, Hornschemeier 3 2 8, B. Clark 1 0 2, Bauer 5 0 10, A. Clark 9 5 23, J. Breving 2 1 5, Oberschmidt 4 0 8, Sheehy 0 3 3, K. Breving 3 3 9. Totals: 30 14 74.

        GLEN ESTE (40) — Link 0 2 2, Dorsch 4 2 10, Thomas 0 1 1, Pennington 1 2 4, Nickum 1 5 7, Riley 5 0 12, Kools 2 0 4. Totals: 13 12 40.

        McNicholas ....... 19  14  24  17—74

        Glen Este ....... 12  15   5   8—40

        3-pointers: G—Riley 2. Records: M 10-5.

        • Mercy 64, Mount Notre Dame 43 — Mercy hit four straight three-pointers in the second quarter to break open the game. Erin Mullen hit two three-pointers in the run and finished with a game-high 12 points.

        MOUNT NOTRE DAME (43) — Holthaus 2 3 7, Hogan 1 3 5, Nahrup 3 0 6, Thomas 2 4 10, Cook 1 1 3, Douphit 2 2 6, Barber 1 0 2, Braun 2 0 4. Totals: 14 13 43.

        MERCY (64) — Mullen 2 2 8, Obert 0 4 4, Stern 3 0 6, Zerilla 6 1 13, Dehne 2 3 8, Heintz 2 0 5, Clavier 3 1 7, Winright 3 4 12, Clavier 0 1 1. Totals: 21 18 64.

        Mount Notre Dame ....... 5   7   9  22—43

        Mercy ....... 17  16  17  14—64

        3-pointers: MND-Thomas 2. Me—Mullen 2, Dehne, Heintz, Winright 2. Records: Me 10-4 (GGCL 4-1), MND 6-8.

        • Mount Healthy 60, Aiken 11 — Senior forward Kisha Brewer had a double-double (13 points, 13 rebounds) and Chanell Thomas added 12 points for Mount Healthy.

        AIKEN (11) — Carter 1 2 4, T. Satterwhite 1 0 2, Hodge 1 1 3, A. Satterwhite 0 2 2. Totals: 3 5 11.

        MOUNT HEALTHY (60) — Bowden 2 1 5, Grant 1 4 6, Brewer 5 3 13, Folino 2 0 5, Leahy 2 0 4, Johnson 2 3 7, Simmons 4 0 8, Thomas 5 2 12. Totals: 23 13 60.

        Aiken ....... 5   4   0   2—11

        Mount Healthy ....... 9   8  16  17—60

        3-pointers: MH—Folino. Records: MH 8-8 (QCC 7-3).

        • Northwest 68, Ross 48 — Bobbi and Samantha Meister each scored six points in the third quarter as Northwest took control over the Rams.

        Bobbi Meister led all scorers with 20 points. Carrie Weisbecker led Ross with 14 points.

        NORTHWEST (68) — B. Meister 10 0 20, Kuhn 1 0 2, Jared 6 2 14, Kennedy 1 1 3, S. Meister 3 0 6, Campbell 1 2 4, Dobrowski 6 0 12, Dakin 3 1 7. Totals: 31 6 68.

        ROSS (48) — Wesley 1 0 2, Bowman 1 0 2, Weisbecker 6 2 14, Guenther 3 4 10, Wagers 3 0 8, Van Driesche 0 1 1, Lange 3 3 9, Varner 1 0 2. Totals: 18 10 48.

        Northwest ....... 14  18  19  17—68

        Ross ....... 9  15  7  19—48

        3-pointers: R — Wagers 2. Records: N 7-8, R 3-10.

        • Princeton 54, Milford 41 — Senior Brie Bradshaw scored 12 of her 24 points in the first quarter as Princeton took control.

        PRINCETON (54) — Davis 3 0 6, McNamara 1 4 7, Skoog 1 1 3, Hervas 2 0 4, Bradshaw 12 0 24, Duncan 5 0 10. Totals: 24 5 54.

        MILFORD (41) — Jack 1 0 2, Moorman 3 0 9, Hrovat 3 5 14, Gaible 0 1 1, Richmond 4 1 9, Kinder 1 0 2, Gardner 0 2 2, Gulleman 1 0 2. Totals: 10 9 41.

        Princeton ....... 17   9  12  16—54

        Milford ....... 6  14   8  13—41

        3-pointers: P—McNamara. M—Moorman 3, Hrovat. Records: M 4-11 (GMC 3-9).

        • Seton 66, Ursuline 39 — Elise Meyer scored seven points and Emily Day added five in the first quarter as the Saints completed a season sweep of Ursuline.

        Meyer finished with a game-high 18 points and Julie Robbins added 12 for Seton. Erin Davren paced Ursuline with 17 points.

        URSULINE (39) — Blackburn 3 2 8, Burke 1 0 2, Davren 7 1 17, Klein 1 0 3, Obert 1 0 2, Polimeni 1 0 2, Walker 2 0 5. Totals: 16 3 39.

        SETON (66) — Robbins 5 0 11, Kelsey 3 0 7, Thayer 0 1 1, E. Meyer 7 1 18, Day 2 0 5, A. Meyer 4 0 8, Schiller 3 0 6, Kenney 1 2 4, Leonard 2 0 4, Higgins 1 0 2. Totals: 28 4 66.

        Ursuline ....... 7  13   6  13—39

        Seton ....... 22  15  15  14—66

        3-pointers: U—Davren 2, Klein, Walker. S— Robbins, Kelsey, E. Meyer 3, Day. Records: S 8-6 (GGCL 4-2), U 11-6 (5-2).

        • St. Ursula 52, McAuley 46 — Kristy Mahon made three straight free throws with a minute to go to seal the win for the Bulldogs.

        Katie Connaughton scored eight of her 19 points in the third quarter to get St. Ursula to lead. McAuley was led by Lisa Kampschmidt with 17 points.

        ST. URSULA (52) — Mahon 2 4 10, Grogan 3 0 6, Connaughton 6 7 19, Neltner 2 0 4, Schroeder 3 2 9, Dooley 2 0 4. Totals: 18 13 52.

        MCAULEY (46) — Sullivan 0 2 2, Rack 2 2 7, Reilman 1 0 2, Lichtenfeld 4 4 12, Koenig 3 0 6, Kampschmidt 6 5 17. Totals: 16 13 46.

        St. Ursula ....... 10  14  17  11—52

        McAuley ....... 15  12   8  11—46

        3-pointers: S—Mahon 2, Schroeder. M— Rack. Records: S 8-8 (GGCL 3-3), M 9-6 (1-5).

        • Taylor 60, Reading 50 — Danielle Poynter led all scorers with 16 points, including four 3-pointer. Ashley Gerwin added 14 points. Katie Rapking came off the bench to grab 12 rebounds and add four points.

        Crystal Gee had 14 points and Cristi Lawson added 12 points for Reading.

        Reading went 15-of-36 from the free throw line, including 4-15 in the fourth quarter.

        READING (50) — Sippola 0 1 1, Murphy 1 0 3, Bartneck 1 0 2, Fletcher 3 1 7, Davis 0 1 1, Dickson 4 2 10, Gee 3 6 14, Lawson 4 4 12. Totals: 16 15 50.

        TAYLOR (60) — Neidhard 2 1 6, A. Gerwin 5 2 14, Doll 1 1 3, Poynter 6 0 16, Smith 1 0 2, Rapking 2 0 4, Rogers 0 2 2, K. Gerwin 2 0 4, Crofford 0 5 5, Thinnes 1 2 4. Totals: 20 13 60.

        Reading ....... 5  15  15  15—50

        Taylor ....... 5  19  22  14—60

        3-pointers: T—Neidhard, A. Gerwin 2, Poynter 4. R—Murphy, Gee 2. Records: T 7-7 (CHL 4-5), R 7-6 (4-4).

        • Woodward 65, Withrow 63 — Erica Giles hit six free throws and a three-pointer in the closing minutes to lead Woodward.

        Tierra Johnson paced the Bulldogs with 17 points and Tiffany Jones added 16.

        WITHROW (63) — Hampton 3 3 10, Pryor 4 0 8, Collins 4 0 8, Williams 0 2 2, Richardson 7 2 16, Ward 4 1 9, Spivery 4 2 10, . Totals: 25 10 63.

        WOODWARD (65) — Johnson 7 3 17, Billingsly 3 2 8, Bradley 2 1 5, Jones 7 2 16, Lillard 3 1 7, Love 1 0 2, Giles 1 7 10. Totals: 24 16 65.

        Withrow ....... 9  15  10  29—63

        Woodward ....... 14  20   9  22—65

        3-pointers: Wi—Hampton. Wo—Giles. Records: Wo 3-10.

        • Wyoming 76, Deer Park 17 — Sophomore Courtney Loper recorded her first career double-double with a season-high 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Cowboys.

        Maria McCarthy led Wyoming with a game-high 19 points. Katie Dennis led Deer Park with six points.

        DEER PARK (17) — Nally 0 2 2, Dennis 3 0 6, Wilson 1 0 2, Miskemins 1 0 3, Houston 1 0 2, Jetter 1 0 2. Totals: 7 2 17.

        WYOMING (76) — Schmitt 1 0 2, Hoyles 0 2 2, Verhaeghe 4 0 8, McCarthy 9 1 19, Berkemeyer 0 1 1, Bell 3 1 7, McGee 5 5 16, Loper 4 7 15, McKimm 1 0 2, Wirtz 2 0 4. Totals: 29 17 76.

        Deer Park ....... 5  2  6  4—17

        Wyoming ....... 20  22  24  10—760

        3-pointers: D — Miskemins. W — McGee. Records: 2-13 (0-9 CHL), W 12-2 (8-1 CHL).

        • Purcell Marian 57, Roger Bacon 42 — Melisha Reese scored 20 points to pace the Cavaliers.

        PURCELL MARIAN (57) — Hale 3 1 8, Fennell 3 4 10, Qualters 1 0 2, P. White 3 6 13, Reese 9 2 20, A. White 2 0 4. Totals: 21 13 57.

        ROGER BACON (42) — Frentsos 2 1 5, Kelly 0 2 2, Metz 7 5 19, Hazelbaker 4 2 12, Sorter 1 1 3, Holden 0 1 1. Totals: 14 12 42.

        Purcell Marian ....... 16  12  13  16—57

        Roger Bacon ....... 13  12   3  14—42

        3-pointers: PM—Hale, P. White. RB—Hazelbaker 2. Records: P 14-2 (GGCL 4-1), RB 7-9 (2-4).

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