Tuesday, January 30, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


CCD improves to 12-1 in MVC

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Cincinnati Country Day moved within one victory of clinching at least a share of the Miami Valley Conference girls basketball title with a 52-30 victory over Landmark Christian on Monday.

        Picked to finish fourth in the MVC, the Indians took a 19-8 lead in the first quarter with Ashley Baker scoring six of her game high 12 points.

        LANDMARK CHRISTIAN (30) — Spears 2 0 5, Jaeger 1 1 3, Amy Sebastian 4 1 11, Snell 2 0 4, Andrea Sebastian 1 0 2, Gresham 2 1 5. Totals: 12 3 30.

        CINCINNATI COUNTRY DAY (52) — Vierling 2 2 6, Woods 2 0 4, Baker 5 2 12, FitzHugh 3 1 7, Reiber 4 3 11, Geier 2 4 8, Seward 1 0 2, Stinson 1 0 2. Totals: 20 12 52.

        Landmark Ch. ....... 8   4  11   7—30

        Cincinnati CD ....... 19  14   6  13—52

        3-pointers: L—Spears, Amy Sebastian 2. Records: CCD 14-3, 12-1 MVC; L 13-4, 9-4 MVC.

        • North College Hill 64, Summit Country Day 37 — Amber Flynn scored 10 of her 18 points in the second quarter when the Trojans outscored SCD 22-8. Carrie Haas led Summit with 14 points.

        NORTH COLLEGE HILL (64) — L. Johnson 7 0 15, Dukes 1 0 2, Lovette 2 0 4, Miller 6 2 15, Faller 2 0 4, Goldmas 1 0 2, Mason 2 0 4, Flynn 9 0 18. Totals: 3 0 2 64.

        SUMMIT COUNTRY DAY (37) — Hoeck 6 0 12, Haas 7 0 14, Ulmer 4 1 9, Kief 1 0 2. Totals: 18 1 37.

        North College Hill ....... 16  22  18   8—64

        Summit Country Day ....... 10   8   6  13—37

        3-pointers: N—Johnson, Miller. Records: N 13-4, 10-3 MVC; S 9-8, 6-8 MVC.

        • Seven Hills 71, St. Bernard 30 — Tyler McIlwraith scored 15 of Seven Hills' 19 first-quarter points. She finished the game with 27.

        SEVEN HILLS (71) — Kahle 2 1 7, Howard 5 0 10, Burton 3 2 8, Robertson 6 0 12, Woessner 2 0 4, Fiore 1 0 2, McIlwraith 9 5 27, Mirkopulos 0 1 1. Totals: 29 8 71.

        ST. BERNARD (30) — McPartlin 4 0 9, Shadoan 2 0 4, Prather 2 0 4, Mason 1 2 4, Simos 0 4 4, Hendricks 2 1 5. Totals: 11 7 30.

        Seven Hills ....... 19  13  27  12—71

        St. Bernard ....... 9   6   6   9—30

        3-pointers: SH—Kahle, McIlwraith 4. SB—MaPartlin. Records: SB 2-15 (MVC 2-11).

        • Lockland 47, New Miami 36 — Lockland's Carle Freeman finished with 15 points and Ashley Cromer added 12 points and 11 rebounds.

        NEW MIAMI (36) — Goins 0 3 3, Robinson 2 0 6, Broshear 1 0 2, Proffitt 3 0 6, Faulkner 2 1 5, Ritchie 4 5 14. Totals: 11 9 36.

        LOCKLAND (47) — Adkins 1 0 2, Cox 3 0 6, Acus 1 0 3, Owens 0 2 2, Cromer 6 0 12, Urton 2 0 4, Freeman 5 5 15, Robbins 1 0 3. Totals: 19 7 47.

        New Miami ....... 7  13 5  11—36

        Lockland ....... 7  16  13  11—47

        3-pointers: NM—Robinson 2, Ritchie. L—Acus, Robbins. Records: L 3-15 (MVC 3-15), NM 0-15 (0-10).

        • Lakota West 58, Lakota East 39 — Cara Wright scored 18 points and had 14 rebounds for the Firebirds.

        LAKOTA EAST (39) — Andrea 1 0 2, Williams 1 3 5, Lee 5 6 16, Nollen 1 0 2, Webb 2 0 4, Estes 4 2 10. Totals: 14 11 39.

        LAKOTA WEST (58) — Comisar 4 2 10, Swift 4 0 8, Wright 7 4 18, Carlberg 6 0 12, Eifert 3 0 6, Podvin 0 4 4. Totals: 24 10 58.

        Lakota East ....... 14   9   6  10—39

        Lakota West ....... 19   8  10  21—58

        3-pointers: none. Records: LE 6-11, 4-9 GMC; LW 13-3, 11-2 GMC.

        • North Adams 46, West Union 41 — Leah Fulton sank four consecutive free throws late in the fourth quarter to clinch the victory.

        WEST UNION (41) — McClanahan 6 4 18, Fulton 4 0 9, Armstrong 2 0 4, Harper 0 2 2, Rhonemus 2 0 4, Catlinger 0 2 2, Torres 1 0 2. Totals: 15 8 41.

        NORTH ADAMS (46) — Copas 5 2 14, Pence 1 0 2, Robinson 1 0 3, Simpson 2 0 4, Fulton 5 5 15, Shupert 3 2 8. Totals: 17 9 46.

        West Union ....... 14   8  14   5—41

        North Adams ....... 7  15  19   5—46

        3-pointers: WU—McClanahan 2, Fulton. N—Copas 2, Robinsin. Records: NA 14-2, 10-2 SHL; WU 10-6, 8-4 SHL

        • Ripley 46, Manchester 32 — Aslishia Brandenburg scored 17 points and Ashley Campbell added 16 to pace the Blue Jays.

        MANCHESTER (32) — Freind 3 0 6, K. Cluxton 2 1 5, Keysor 1 2 4, S. Cluxton 1 0 2, Butcher 5 2 13, Rowe 1 0 2. Totals: 13 5 32.

        RIPLEY (46) — Starrett 0 1 1, Rice 0 1 1, Campbell 5 5 16, Brandenburg 5 5 17, Short 3 1 7, Whaley 2 0 4. Totals: 15 13 46.

        Manchester ....... 8  12   8   4—32

        Ripley ....... 15   7  14  10—46

        3-pointers: M—Butcher. R—Campbell, Brandenburg 2. Records: R 5-11 (SHL 3-10).

        • Georgetown 70, Williamsburg 25 — Amber Brown (10 points) and Laura Zurbach (14) paced the G-Men to a 36-13 halftime lead.

        GEORGETOWN (70) — L. Miller 4 1 9, Cahall 2 5 9, Helbling 0 1 1, K. Miller 2 2 6, DeClaire 1 1 3, Brown 4 2 10, A. Chadwell 4 0 8, Pershon 1 4 6, K. Chadwell 2 0 4, Zurbuch 4 4 14. Totals: 24 20 70.

        WILLIAMSBURG (25) — K. Beach 1 0 2, Ferguson 2 0 5, Turkelson 6 0 16, Schneider 1 0 2. Totals: 10 0 25.

        Georgetown ....... 20  16  16  16—70

        Williamsburg ....... 8   5   7   7—25

        3-pointers: W—Ferguson, Turkelson 4. G—Zurbuch 2. Records: W 1-13.

        • Western Brown 66, New Richmond 49 — The Broncos hit 29 of 34 free throws. Amber Silvis led Western Brown with 19 points and Ericka Estep added 16.

        WESTERN BROWN (66) — Wesley 4 5 13, Bolender 0 3 3, Boyd 1 0 2, Flischel 1 1 3, Berins 1 2 4, Ronford 1 0 2, Estep 6 4 16, Silvis 3 13 19, Hartman 2 0 4. Totals: 19 29 66.

        NEW RICHMOND (49) — Coslett 4 1 10, Loving 2 5 9, DiGeronimo 1 0 3, Horn 1 2 4, Blair 1 6 8, Boys 3 0 6, Diesel 4 1 9. Totals: 16 15 49.

        Western Brown ....... 18  9  16  23—66

        New Richmond ....... 19  6  11  13—49

        3-pointers: NR—Coslett, DiGeronimo. Records: WB 6-10 (SBC 4-5), NR 7-9 (4-4).

        • Felicity 57, Bethel-Tate 50 — Danielle Easter scored 14 points in the first half to help Felicity build a 32-24 lead.

        Bethel's Brooke Harp led all scorers for Bethel with 20 points. Easter finished with 17 and Cassie Hall added 14.

        FELICITY (57) — Wehrum 3 1 7, Easter 5 5 17, Keller 4 3 12, Cas. Hall 5 4 14, Can. Hall 3 0 6, Wacks 0 1 1. Totals: 20 14 57.

        BETHEL—TATE (50) — Beck 2 0 4, Harp 1 0 2, Canter 3 0 8, Jasontek 1 0 2, Collins 6 0 13, Wilson 0 1 1, Howe 7 6 20. Totals: 20 7 50.

        Felicity ....... 18  14  15  10—57

        Bethel-Tate ....... 12  12  12  14—50

        3-pointers: F—Easter 2, Keller. BT—Canter 2, Collins. Records: BT 2-15 (SBC 1-8).

        • Fenwick 48, Talawanda 44 — Fenwick's Julie Becker made four free throws in the closing minutes.

        FENWICK (48) — Becker 4 4 12, Bruggeman 3 0 6, Ionna 7 0 14, Brown 2 0 4, Clemens 0 2 2, Wolke 1 0 2, Smith 4 0 8. Totals: 21 6 48.

        TALAWANDA (44) — Miller 4 1 9, Bulach 5 2 12, Jacquemin 3 1 7, Bower 8 0 16. Totals: 20 4 44.

        Fenwick ....... 6   8  18  16—48

        Talawanda ....... 11  16   4  13—44

        Records: T 6-12 (MML 4-7).

        • Glen Este 60, Kings 57 (2 OT) — Sarah Dorsch's 23 points helped to rally the Trojans to the come-from-behind victory.

        KINGS (57) — Keekin 6 5 20, Oliva 1 0 2, Roudabush 2 2 6, S. Fox 6 8 22, Bryant 1 0 2, L. Fox 2 1 5. Totals: 18 16 57.

        GLEN ESTE (60) — Kools 3 0 6, Dorsch 5 12 23, Pennington 0 6 6, Riley 5 7 21, Appleton 1 0 2, Nickum 1 0 2. Totals: 15 25 60.

        Kings ....... 11   5  11  17  6   7—57

        Glen Este ....... 8   8   3  25  6  10—60

        3-pointers: K—Heekin 3, S. Fox 2. G—Riley 4, Dorsch. Records: G 8-9, K 13-3.

        • Middletown Madison 42, Miami Valley 20 — Lindsey Delscamp scored six points in the fourth quarter as Middletown outscored Miami Valley 16-2.

        MIAMI VALLEY (20) — Weissman 1 0 2, Saunders 2 2 6, Harewood 0 1 1, Adam 5 0 11. Totals: 8 3 20.

        MADISON (42) — Nance 1 0 2, Short 2 0 4, Robinson 1 1 3, Norvell 1 1 3, Delscamp 3 2 8, E. Kroger 1 0 3, H. Kroger 4 1 9, Young 2 3 7, Snowden 1 0 3. Totals: 16 8 42.

        Miami Valley ....... 4   5   9   2—20

        Midd. Madison ....... 7   8  11  16—42

        3-pointers: MV—Adam. MM—E. Kroger, Snowden. Records: MM 6-11.

        • Amelia 50, Walnut Hills 49 — Keri Gillespie sank two 3-pointers in the fourth quarter, including the game-winner with a minute to go.

        Walnut Hills' Leigh Wilson led all scorers with 21 points.

        AMELIA (50) — Votapek 3 1 7, Gillespie 8 0 18, Davidson 7 0 14, Guinan 1 0 2, Emmert 3 3 9. Totals: 22 4 50.

        WALNUT HILLS (49) — Fennell 1 0 2, Lajeunesse 3 0 6, Marsh 2 1 5, Greene 3 0 6, Martin 0 1 1, Wilson 10 1 21, Antoe 3 0 8. Totals: 22 3 49.

        Amelia ....... 20  13   4  13—50

        Walnut Hills ....... 11  17   9  12—49

        3-pointers: A—Gillespie 2. W—Antoe 2. Records: A 9-8, W 9-8.

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