Friday, January 26, 2001

Cincinnati Hills League games




        Jenni McGee scored 22 points and Wyoming beat Reading 71-35.

        The Cowboys remained in a first-place tie with Madeira.

        Megan Murphy and Crystal Gee each had seven points for Reading.

        READING (35) — Murphy 2 2 7, Sippola 2 1 5, Fletcher 0 2 2, Davis 1 0 2, Dixon 1 4 6, Gee 3 0 7, Lawson 3 0 6. Totals: 12 9 35.

        WYOMING (71) — Schmitt 1 0 2, Hoyles 4 0 8, Verhaeghe 3 1 7, McCarthy 3 0 6, Berkemeyer 1 0 2, Bell 6 0 12, McGee 8 2 22, Loper 5 2 12. Totals: 31 5 71.

        Reading ....... 9   8  11   7—35

        Wyoming ....... 25  15  21  10—71

        3-pointers: R-Murphy 1, Gee 1; W-McGee 4. Records: R 6-8 (4-5 CHL), W 13-2 (9-1).

        • Madeira 56, Taylor 25 — Amanda Davis tied her career high with 30 points and had a game-high 13 rebounds as the Amazons tied Wyoming for first place in the CHL.

        TAYLOR (25) — Neidhard 1 0 2, Gerwin 1 1 3, Doll 3 0 6, Poynter 3 0 8, Rapking 1 0 2, Rogers 2 0 4. Totals: 11 1 25.

        MADEIRA (56) — Mackris 1 0 2, Barnhill 3 0 6, Rupe 1 0 2, Sotelo 2 0 4, Davis 12 6 30, Gratsch 2 0 4, Barnhart 4 0 8. Totals: 25 6 56.

        Taylor ....... 4  6  9  6—25

        Madiera ....... 14  12  16  14—56

        3-pointers: T—Poynter 2. Records: T 7-8 (4-6 CHL), M 14-2 (9-1 CHL).

        • Indian Hill 74, Deer Park 42 — Kari Tepe scored 15 points to lead Indian Hill. Sarah VonLehman had 12 points and 14 rebounds. Katie Dennis finished with 16 points and Kristy Eigel added 11 for Deer Park.

        DEER PARK (42) — Eigel 4 0 11, Candill 0 1 1, Nally 1 0 3, Dennis 7 1 16, Howard 1 1 3, Wilson 0 1 1, Miskenens 1 2 4, Houslen 1 1 3. Totals: 15 7 42.

        INDIAN HILL (74) — Crook 4 2 10, Ellis 5 4 14, Tepe 5 4 15, VonLehman 5 2 12, David 2 0 5, Forbes 3 1 7, Schmitt 4 2 11. Totals: 28 15 74.

        Deer Park ....... 11   9  12  10—42

        Indian Hill ....... 17  22  15  20—74

        3-pointers: IH—Tepe, David, Schmitt. DP—Eigel 3, Nally, Dennis. Records: IH 8-5 (CHL 5-4).

        • Mariemont 64, Finneytown 36 — The Warriors stole the ball on six consecutive Finneytown possessions in the first quarter. Liz Kauffmann scored 19 points for Mariemont.

        Heather Neher had 11 points for Finneytown.

        FINNEYTOWN (36) — Neher 5 0 11, Lorber 3 1 7, Warner 2 0 4, Bond 0 3 3, Croley 2 0 4, Reisner 1 2 4, Schmidt 1 0 3. Totals: 14 6 36.

        MARIEMONT (64) — Kauffmann 5 8 19, Brumm 1 0 3, Perry 4 1 9, Potts 2 3 7, Pember 2 3 7, Safford 1 1 3, Brown 2 0 4, Sheaffer 2 1 5, Rogers 2 3 7. Totals: 21 20 64 Finneytown ....... 2  11  8  15—36

        Mariemont ....... 20  10  21  13—64

3-pointers: F— Neher, Schmidt: M— Kauffmann, Brumm. Records: F 2-13 (1-8 CHL): M 12-2 (7-2 CHL).

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