Sunday, January 28, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Oak Hills beats Seton, sweeps west schools

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Oak Hills claimed the mythical west side girls basketball championship Saturday with a 67-50 victory over Seton.

        Stacey Fehr scored a career-high 13 points and Jackie Cornelius added 11 to lead the Highlanders.

        Amy Schiller scored 13 points for the Saints.

        The victory gives the Highlanders a sweep of west side foes, including Colerain, Western Hills, Mercy and Harrison.

        Danielle Dietrich and Fehr each scored six points in the first quarter, when Oak Hills outscored Seton 24-9. The Highlanders converted nine of their 13 shots in the first quarter, including five of seven attempts from 3-point range; Seton was only 4-of-15 from the field in that period.

        SETON (50) — Robbins 5 0 12, Kelsey 3 0 8, E. Meyer 1 2 4, A. Meyer 4 2 10, Schiller 6 1 13, Kenny 3 0 6. Totals: 22 5 53.

        OAK HILLS (67) — Kluesener 2 4 10, Sauers 3 1 7, Gross 1 0 3, Cornelius 3 5 11, Rosenberger 1 0 2, Fehr 4 2 14, Dietrich 2 3 8, Log 4 0 8, Holmes 2 0 4. Totals: 22 15 67.

        Seton ....... 9  13  9  22—50

        Oak Hills ....... 24  14  9  20—67

        3-pointers: S—Robbins 2, Kelsey 2; O—Kleusner 2, Gross, Dietrich, Fehr 4. Records: S 8-7, O 14-2.

FAVC Buckeye

        • Harrison 69, Turpin 34 — Kristen Daily scored 15 points to lead Harrison, which outscored Turpin 60-25 after being tied 9-9 in the first quarter.

        Cara Biser scored 15 points for Turpin.

        TURPIN (34) — Biser 6 2 15, Hensley 1 1 4, Fox 1 2 4, Maue 1 0 2, Cary 2 1 5, Page 1 0 2, Watts 1 0 2. Totals: 13 6 34.

        HARRISON (69) — Walton 1 0 2, Santillo 3 0 8, Brooks 1 0 3, Holderer 2 4 10, Daily 4 6 15, Walker 0 2 2, Toney 4 2 10, Lux 4 4 12, Barnes 1 0 2, Ransick 2 1 5. Totals: 22 19 69.

        Turpin ....... 9   9   7   9—34

        Harrison ....... 9  19  18  23—69

        3-pointers: T—Biser, Hensley. H—Santillo 2, Brooks, Holderer 2, Daily. Records: H 9-6, 8-3 FAVC; T 2-14, 0-11 FAVC.

        • Anderson 46, Northwest 41 — Jenni Sherrick sank four free throws in the game's final minute to clinch a come-from-behind victory.

        Anderson trailed Northwest 33-32 entering the fourth quarter.

        Sherrick finished with 10 points and Quincey Deeds scored a 17 for Anderson.

        Bobbi Meister led Northwest with 12 points.

        ANDERSON (46) — Gearhart 0 2 2, Sherrick 2 4 10, Deeds 6 5 17, Gruber 1 6 9, Leavy 4 0 8. Totals: 13 17 46.

        NORTHWEST (41) — B. Meister 5 2 12, S. Meister 3 1 7, Kuhn 2 0 4, Jared 2 0 4, Dobrowolski 4 0 8, Edwards 1 0 2, Dakin 2 0 4. Totals: 19 3 41.

        Anderson .......  4  14  14  14—46

        Northwest ....... 11  12  10   8—41

        3-pointers: A—Sherrick 2, Gruber. Records: A 8-9 (4-7 FAVC), N 7-10 (3-8 FAVC).

        • Mason 50, Amelia 35 — Michelle Munoz scored 19 of her game-high 28 points in the first half to lead the Comets to a 32-16 halftime advantage.

        Jere' Issenmann finished with 17 points for Mason. Megan Guinan scored 10 points to lead Amelia.

        MASON (50) — Minnich 1 1 3, Issenmann 5 6 17, Wentzel 1 0 2, Munoz 12 4 28. Totals: 19 11 50.

        AMELIA (35) — Votapek 1 2 4, Shields 1 0 3, Gillespie 2 1 6, Davidson 2 1 5, Guinan 3 3 10, Emmert 3 1 7. Totals: 12 8 35.

        Mason ....... 17  15  12   6—50

        Amelia ....... 11   5   8  11—35

        3-pointers: M—Issenmann. A—Shields, Gillespie, Guinan. Records: M 13-4 (FAVC 11-0), A 8-8 (4-7).

        • Winton Woods 49, Glen Este 37 — Amorah Johnson scored 20 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Warriors.

        Johnson and Chanel Fletcher each scored six points in the first quarter as Winton Woods jumped out to a 16-8 lead.

        Sam Riley paced Glen Este with 14 points.

        GLEN ESTE (37) — Dorsch 2 0 4, Thomas 0 2 2, Pennington 2 0 4, Nickum 2 0 5, Riley 6 0 14, Gee 1 2 4, Kools 2 0 4. Totals: 15 4 37.

        WINTON WOODS (49) — White 1 1 3, Fletcher 5 0 10, Johnson 8 4 20, Box 0 6 6, Burton 0 1 1, Tinsley 4 1 9. Totals: 18 13 49.

        Glen Este ....... 8   7   9  13—37

        Winton Woods ....... 16   7  12  14—49

        3-pointers: G—Nickum, Riley 2. Records: W 11-5 (FAVC 8-3), G 7-9 (5-6).

        FAVC Cardinal

• Kings 39, Ross 33 — The Knights moved within one victory of clinching at least a tie for the division title.

        The Knights won despite the absence of leading scorer Sarah Fox, who is out with the flu. Shannon Heeking led Kings with 13 points.

        ROSS (33) — Weisbecker 5 0 10, Guenther 2 4 8, Wagers 1 0 3, Wertman 1 4 6, Lange 0 2 2, Varner 1 2 4. Totals: 10 12 33.

        KINGS (39) — Heekin 4 3 13, Oliva 3 0 6, Roudabush 4 1 9, Bryant 1 0 2, McClung 2 1 5, L. Fox 1 2 4. Totals: 15 7 39.

        Ross ....... 5  9  6  13—33

        Kings ....... 12  9  9   9—39

        3-pointers: R—Wagers. K—Heekin 2. Records: K 12-1, 11-0 FAVC.

        • Loveland 61, Norwood 38 — Junior center Nichole Wilson paced Loveland with 21 points.

        Norwood's Krisia Collins, a junior center, had her first career double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds. LOVELAND (61) — Stier 3 2 8, Bowman 1 2 4, Smith 2 0 6, Miller 1 0 2, Whiteside 1 0 2, Grage 0 1 1, Wilson 7 7 21, Sorge 1 0 2, Bess 2 1 6, Gruber 2 0 5, Brosemer 2 0 4. Totals: 22 13 61

        NORWOOD (38) — McCarthy 1 7 9, Theobald 1 0 2, McCalla 3 0 6, Elliott 3 0 6, Smith 1 0 2, Kassem 1 0 2, Collins 4 3 11. Totals: 14 10 38 Loveland ....... 11  16  20  14—61

        Norwood ....... 4  10   9  15—38

        3-pointers: L-Smith, Bess, Gruber. Records: L 6-10 (4-7 FAVC); N 0-17 (0-11 FAVC).

FAVC Cardinal

        • Goshen 35, Lebanon 30 — Kelley Phillips scored 11 points and Amanda Bitzer added nine to lead Goshen.

        Katie Shaw had nine points for Lebanon.

        LEBANON (30) — Baillie 2 0 4, Ball 3 1 7, Siehl 1 0 2, Turner 2 1 5, Shaw 4 1 9, La Van 1 0 3. Totals: 13 3 30.

        GOSHEN (35) — Rise 1 0 2, Pells 1 0 2, Polly 2 0 4, Scott 1 3 5, Bitzer 3 3 9, Phillips 4 3 11. Totals: 12 9 35.

        Lebanon ....... 9   8   4   9—30

        Goshen ....... 11   6  11   7—35

        3-pointers: L—La Van. Records: L 5-12 (3-8 FAVC), G 14-3 (8-3 FAVC).

Greater Miami Conference

        • Princeton 56, Sycamore 26 — Senior Brie Bradshaw had 14 points, 10 rebounds, and seven assists for Princeton. Freshman Daniel Duncan added 13 points and nine rebounds for the Vikings.                SYCAMORE (26) — Frank 0 3 3, Fitzwilson 0 1 1, Goure 1 0 2, Schwerdtmann 2 3 7, Kimmey 3 0 9, J. Fitzwilson 1 0 2, Ebel 1 0 2. Totals: 8 7 26.

        PRINCETON (56) — Davis 4 0 11, McNamara 2 0 4, Skoog 2 0 5, Croley 1 0 2, James 0 2 2, Bradshaw 7 0 14, Duncan 5 3 13, Smith 1 1 3. Totals: 23 6 56.

        Sycamore ....... 8   8  3   7—26

        Princeton ....... 15  15  9  17—56

        3-pointers: S-Kimmey 3; P-Davis 3, Skoog. Records: S 8-7 (7-5 GMC); P 9-6 (8-4 GMC).

GGCL

        • Mercy 48, McAuley 33 — Angie Heintz scored 13 points to lead Mercy. Lisa Kampschmidt led McAuley with eight points.

        MCAULEY (33) — Sullivan 0 2 2, Miller 0 1 1, Rack 0 2 2, Sunderman 0 1 1, Reilman 2 0 5, Hoffman 2 0 6, Lichtenfeld 2 0 4, Kampschmidt 4 0 8, Rosing 2 0 4. Totals: 12 6 33.

        MERCY (48) — Mullen 1 0 3, Zerilla 3 3 9, Dehne 1 0 2, Rutherford 1 0 2, Heintz 3 6 13, Clavier 3 1 7, Winright 3 3 10, Wolf 0 2 2. Totals: 15 13 48.

        McAuley ....... 5   5  11  12—33

        Mercy ....... 15  17  12   4—48

        3-pointers: Mc—Reilman, Hoffman 2; Me—Mullen, Heintz, Winright. Records: Mc 9-7 (1-6 GGCL), Me 12-4 (6-1 GGCL).

        • Mt. Notre Dame 47, Badin 37 — Mel Thomas sank seven of her eight free throws in the fourth quarter to seal the win. She finished with 17 points.

        Sydney Overton led Badin with 13 points.

        BADIN (37) — Vilkoski 1 0 2, Parker 2 1 5, Beckett 0 2 2, Brennan 2 0 5, Shull 4 1 9, Morner 0 1 1, Overton 6 1 13. Totals: 15 6 37.

        MND (47) — Rohlfs 1 0 2, Holthaus 1 0 2, Hogan 3 0 6, Engel 2 0 4, Nahrup 1 3 6, Thomas 2 12 17, Cook 1 2 4, Braun 2 2 6. Totals: 13 19 47 Badin ....... 10  10   8   9—37

        MND ....... 8  13   9  17—47

        3-pointers: B—Brennan. M—Nahrup, Thomas. Records: M 7-9, B 9-7.

Southern Hills League

        • Georgetown 61, Peebles 26 — Bethanie Cahall made all three of her 3-pointers in the first half and finished with 13 points for Georgetown to lead all scorers. She also had five assists and five steals.

        Ashley Ryan led Peebles with 11 points.

        PEEBLES (26) — Shoemaker 1 0 2, Ma. Reed 1 0 2, Beech 2 2 6, Me. Reed 1 0 2, Kremin 0 3 3, Ryan 3 5 11. Totals: 8 10 26.

        GEORGETOWN (61) — Miller 0 2 2, Cahall 5 0 13, Helbling 2 0 4, Declaire 2 2 6, Brown 3 2 8, A. Chadwell 2 3 7, Persohn 2 2 6, K. Chadwell 5 1 11, Zurbuch 2 0 4. Totals: 23 12 61.

        Peebles ....... 6   4   6  10—26

        Georgetown ....... 13  18  12  16—61

        3-pointers: G—Cahall 3. Records: G 11-6.

Miami Valley Conf.

        • Cincinnati Country Day 59, Lockland 17 — Sophomore guard Missy Vierling paced the Indians with 13 points.

        CINCINNATI COUNTRY DAY (59) — Vierling 5 3 13, Woods 4 0 8, E. Geier 2 0 4, Baker 2 5 9, FitzHugh 3 2 8, Reiber 4 0 8, N. Geier 1 0 2, Seward 2 0 4, Schneider 0 1 3. Totals: 24 10 59.

        LOCKLAND (17) — Cox 1 1 3, Aevs 1 0 2, Cromer 1 0 2, Urton 2 1 5, Sickinger 1 0 2, Fallonberry 1 1 3. Totals: 7 3 17.

        Cincinnati Country Day ....... 16  20  12  11—59

        Lockland ....... 2   7   2   6—17

        3-pointers: C-Schneider. Records: C 13-3 (11-1 MVC); L 2-12.

Non-league

        Springboro 68, McNicholas 63 (DOT) — Junior forward Lindsay Wight scored 14 of her game-high 25 points in overtime, leading Springboro, ranked No.6 in Ohio.

        With Springboro down by ten going into the fourth quarter, Wight scored nine points, including a 3-pointer with four seconds left, to send the game to OT.

        Junior center Becky Ballard had 21 points and 12 rebounds, and Wight had 10 rebounds for Springboro.

        Senior Ashley Clark led the Rockets with 25 points.

        MCNICHOLAS (63) — Flammer 2 0 4, Hornschemeier 4 2 10, B. Clark 3 2 8, A. Clark 10 4 25, J. Breving 1 0 2, Oberschmidt 3 2 8, K. Breving 1 4 6. Totals: 24 14 63.

        SPRINGBORO (68) — Graham 0 1 1, Teets 1 2 4, Hampton 0 1 1, Sullivan 5 5 17, Wight 6 11 25, Ballard 9 3 21. Totals: 22 23 68.

        McNicholas ....... 22  15  8   9  9  1—63

        Springboro ....... 11  15  9  19  8  6—68

        3-pointers: M-A. Clark; S-Sullivan 2, Wight 2. Records: M 11-6, S 16-1.

        • Mariemont 41, Batavia 24 — Liz Kauffmann scored a game-high 16 points and pulled down 10 rebounds for the Warriors.

        Jenny Wehrman led Batavia with 10 points.

        MARIEMONT (41) — Kauffmann 6 0 16, Perry 4 1 9, L. Potts 1 0 2, Pember 2 0 4, Brown 1 0 2, Hooke 1 0 2, Rogers 1 4 6. Totals: 16 5 41.

        BATAVIA (24) — Weidner 1 0 3, Lock 1 0 2, Crooker 3 2 9, Wehrman 3 4 10. Totals: 8 6 24.

        Mariemont ....... 9  12   7  13—41

        Batavia ....... 9   8   5   2—24

        3-pointers: M—Kauffmann 4; B—Weidner, Crooker. Records: M 13-2, B 9-6.

        • Hillsboro 63, East Clinton 40 — Catherine Hess sank three 3-pointers and finished with a season high 14 points for Hillsboro, and Tara Walker added 12 points.

        Jessica Liming scored a game-high of 17 points to lead East Clinton.

        EAST CLINTON (40) — Kaplinger 5 1 13, Liming 6 5 17, Vanscoy 2 2 6, Howard 1 0 3, Linkhart 0 1 1. Totals: 14 9 40.

        HILLSBORO (63) — Bayless 2 0 4, Hess 5 1 14, Butler 3 5 11, Marsh 3 2 8, Wright 2 0 4, Blair 2 0 5, Cannon 1 3 5, Walker 6 0 12. Totals: 24 11 63.

        East Clinton ....... 7   9  10  14—40

        Hillsboro ....... 19  13  11  20—63

        3-pointers: E—Kaplinger 2, Howard; H—Hess 3, Blair. Records: E 4-11, H 11-4.

        • North College Hill 58, Reading 34 — Michele Miller scored 11 of her 20 points in the third quarter for the Trojans. Amber Flynn added 14 points, including eight in the first quarter, for NCH.

        Megan Murphy's 13 points led Reading.

        READING (34) — Mi. Murphy 2 0 4, Me. Murphy 5 2 13, Sipppola 0 2 2, Fletcher 1 0 2, Davis 0 2 2, Gee 2 0 4, Lawson 3 1 7. Totals: 13 7 34.

        NORTH COLLEGE HILL (58) — L. Johnson 4 2 11, Goldmas 2 0 4, Lovette 3 0 7, S. Johnson 1 0 2, Flynn 7 0 14, Miller 9 2 20. Totals: 26 4 58.

        Reading ....... 8   8  11   7—34

        NCH ....... 18   6  19  15—58

        3-pointers: R—Me. Murphy; N—L. Johnson, Lovette. Records: R 7-9, N 12-4.

        • Dayton Patterson 69, Withrow 55 — LaTreece Williams scored eight of her 29 points in the third quarter when Patterson outscored Withrow 19-8 after being tied 34-34 at halftime

        Tasha Collins led Withrow with 16 points.

        PATTERSON (69) — Campbell 6 0 12, Taylor 6 3 16, Williams 13 3 29, Davis 0 2 2, Nelson 3 2 8, Cohen 1 0 2. Totals: 29 10 69.

        WITHROW (55) — Hampton 2 1 5, Pryor 5 1 11, Collins 6 0 16, Richardson 4 1 9, Ward 3 0 6, Spivery 4 0 8. Totals: 24 3 55.

        Patterson ....... 21  13  19  16—69

        Withrow ....... 21  13   8  13—55

        3-pointers: P—Taylor; W—Collins 4. Records: P 9-6, W 7-10.

        • Indian Hill 54, Seven Hills 38 — Erin Schmitt scored 14 of her 20 points in the first half for the Braves. Kari Tepe added 11 points for Indian Hill.

        Tyler McIlwraith led Seven Hills with a game-high 23 points.

        SEVEN HILLS (38) — Hoffheimer 1 0 2, Robertson 3 2 10, Woessner 0 1 1, McIlwraith 5 11 23, Hanlon 0 2 2. Totals: 9 16 38.

        INDIAN HILL (54) — Ellis 2 2 6, Tepe 5 1 11, David 2 3 7, Forbes 3 0 6, Schmitt 6 3 20. Totals: 20 9 54.

        Seven Hills ....... 7   8  10  13—38

        Indian Hill ....... 11  14   8  21—54

        3-pointers: S—Robertson 2, McIlwraith 2; I—Schmitt 5. Records: I 9-5.

        • Versailles 60, Felicity 40 — Felicity had it's 39-game home winning streak end. The run dated to the 1995-96 season.

        Versailles, ranked No.1 in Ohio in Division III, was led by Cathy Bergman's 19 points.

        Michelle Bell led Felicity with 13 points.

        VERSAILLES (60) — Hemmelgarn 6 2 14, Barga 3 0 6, McClurg 2 0 4, Chrisman 0 4 4, Barchers 4 0 8, Grillit 2 1 5, Bergman 8 3 19. Totals: 25 10 60.

        FELICITY (40) — Bell 5 1 13, Easter 2 3 7, Keller 2 2 8, Cas. Hall 4 0 8, Can. Hall 2 0 4. Totals: 15 6 40.

        Versailles ....... 19  20  15   6—60

        Felicity   8   7  11  14—40

        3-pointers: F—Bell 2, Keller 2. Records: V 16-0, F 10-6.

        • Summit Country Day 77, Harmony 21 — Kendelle Lydon scored 18 points and Katie Bunch added 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Silver Knights. HARMONY (21) — Nunn 3 1 7, Pearson 2 0 6, Lynch 0 2 2, Darby 2 0 5, Black 0 1 1. Totals:7 4 21

        SUMMIT (77) — Hoeck 3 0 6, Terry 3 0 6, Conners 5 0 10, Bottorff 2 0 4, Haas 5 0 10, Ulmer 3 0 6, Lydon 8 2 18, Bunch 5 1 11, Kief 2 0 4, Kuhn 1 0 2. Totals: 37 3 77.

        Harmony ....... 3   4   3  11—21

        Summit ....... 27  12  22  16—77

        3-pointers: H—Pearson 2, Darby. Records: S 9-7.

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