Wednesday, January 31, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Thomas helps MND beat McAuley

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Freshman Mel Thomas scored 15 points in the fourth quarter, rallying Mount Notre Dame to a 54-45 victory over McAuley at MND.

        With MND trailing 34-32 after three quarters, Thomas took over. Besides sinking three 3-pointers, she also converted six consecutive free throws.

        Alison Nahrup added 12 points for the Lions.

        Nikki Lichtenfeld scored 19 points to lead the Mohawks.

        McAULEY (45) — Miller 1 0 2, Reilman 2 1 5, Hoffman 3 1 7, Lichtenfeld 7 3 19, Koenig 1 0 2, Kampschmidt 4 0 8, Rosing 1 0 2. Totals: 19 5 45.

        MOUNT NOTRE DAME (54) — Rohlss 3 0 6, Holthaus 0 1 1, Hogan 1 0 3, Engel 1 0 2, Nahrup 5 2 12, Thomas 6 6 23, Cook 0 1 1, Douthit 1 0 2, Braun 1 2 4. Totals: 18 12 54.

        McAuley ....... 7  11  16  11—45

        Mt. Notre Dame ....... 5  13  14  22—54

        3-pointers: Mc — Lichtenfeld 2. M — Thomas 5, Hogan. Records: Mc 9-8 (1-7 GGCL Scarlet), M 8-9 (2-6 GGCL Scarlet).

        • Mercy 53, Seton 46 — Sioban Zerilla scored seven of her game-high 20 points in the third quarter to help Mercy, the No.3 team in the Enquirer's Division I coaches poll, wipe out a 24-20 halftime deficit.

        Melissa Clavier added 12 points and Angie Heintz 11.

        The Bobcats took a two-game lead over the Saints in the Girls Greater Cincinnati League Scarlet Division.

        Elise Meyer scored 11 points to lead the Saints.

        MERCY (53) — Mullen 1 1 4, Zerilla 6 8 20, Heintz 5 0 11, Clavier 6 0 12, Winright 1 3 6. Totals: 19 12 53.

        SETON (46) — Robbins 3 0 7, Kelsey 4 0 8, E. Meyer 5 1 11, Day 0 4 4, A. Meyer 1 0 2, Schiller 2 0 4, Kenney 2 0 4, Leonard 1 0 2, Higgins 2 0 4. Totals: 20 5 46.

        Mercy ....... 9  11  17  16—53

        Seton ....... 12  12  8  14—46

        3-pointers: M — Mullen, Heintz, Winright. S — Robbins. Records: M 13-4 (7-1 GGCL Scarlet), S 9-8 (5-3 GGCL Scarlet).

        • St. Ursula 55, Ursuline 42 — Katie Connaughton of St.Ursula topped all scorers with 19 points and Monica Naltner added 10.

        Stephanie Blackburn led Ursuline with 12 points.

        URSULINE (42) — Obert 2 3 7, Klein 3 0 7, Blackburn 4 4 12, Burke 1 0 2, Davren 1 0 2, Palmers 1 0 2, Hewell 1 0 2, Walker 3 2 8. Totals: 16 9 42.

        ST. URSULA (55) — Mahon 1 6 8, Grogan 3 0 6, Connaughton 8 3 19, Naltner 4 2 10, Schroeder 3 0 8, Leibel 1 0 2, Dooley 1 0 2. Totals: 21 9 55.

        Ursuline ....... 10   7  14  11—42

        St. Ursula ....... 15  10   9  21—55

        3-pointers: St. U—Schroeder 2. U—Klein. Records: St. U 9-9 (GGCLS 5-6), U 10-8 (5-3).

        • Badin 70, Roger Bacon 54 — Cydney Overton scored a career-high 23 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to pace the Rams.

        Ellie Hazelbaker led the Spartans with 17 points.

        Badin shot 31-for-43 from the line, including 17-for-25 in the fourth quarter. ROGER BACON (54) — Frentsos 2 0 4, Kelly 0 2 2, Holden 0 2 2, Hazelbaker 7 1 17, Metz 3 3 9, Byrd 1 2 5, Knecht 0 5 5, Zins 2 2 6, Sorter 0 2 2, Goller 1 0 2. Totals: 16 19 54.

        BADIN (70) — Vilkoski 1 4 7, Parker 5 2 12, Overton 8 7 23, Morner 1 2 4, Shull 3 3 9, Brennan 1 1 3, Beckett 0 4 4, Collins 0 3 3, Sphire 0 2 2, Saurber 0 1 1, Kuzma 0 2 2. Totals: 19 31 70.

        Roger Bacon ....... 7  10  10  27—54

        Badin ....... 11  19  19  21—70

        3-pointers: R-Hazelbaker 2, Byrd 1; B-Vilkoski 1. Records: R 7-10, B 10-8 (3-4 GGCL Gray).

Greater Miami Conference

        • Fairfield 55, Hamilton 32 — Fairfield took a 13-2 lead in the first quarter and was never challenged. Wanisha Smith led the Indians with 21 points.

        Autumn Marshall paced the Big Blue with 10 points.

        FAIRFIELD (55) — Buczek 1 0 2, Hanck 1 0 3, Swink 2 2 7, Smith 7 7 21, Davenport 2 2 7, Taylor 1 0 2, Carty 2 0 5, Lautenslager 1 2 4, Hauck 2 0 4. Totals: 19 13 55.

        HAMILTON (32) — Delong 1 0 3, Brosey 1 0 3, Marshall 5 0 10, Young 2 0 4, Fox 3 0 6, Brown 1 2 4, Vance 0 2 2. Totals: 13 4 32.

        Fairfield ....... 13  15  15  12—55

        Hamilton ....... 2  13   4  13—32

        3-pointers: F-Hanck, Swink, Davenport, Carty; H-Delong, Brosey.

        • Oak Hills 52, Lakota East 35 — Oak Hills moved back into a tie for first place in the GMC with Lakota West and Colerain.

        Vanessa Laug scored 11 points to lead a balanced scoring attack for the Lady Scots, the No.2 team in the Enquirer's Division I coaches poll.

        Erin Lee led all scorers with 12 points for the Thunderhawks. Katie Webb added 11 points for Lakota East.

        OAK HILLS (52) — Kluesener 4 1 9, Sauers 3 0 6, Gross 1 0 3, Cornelius 3 0 6, Fehr 1 0 2, Lack 2 0 4, Dietrich 4 1 9, Laug 4 3 11, Holmes 1 0 2. Totals: 23 5 52.

        LAKOTA EAST (35) — Williams 2 0 4, Lee 4 4 12, Nollen 1 0 2, Webb 4 3 11, Estes 2 2 6. Totals: 13 9 35.

        Oak Hills ....... 14  7  18  13—52

        Lakota East ....... 10  3  10  12—35

        3-pointers: O — Gross. Records: O 15-2 (11-2 GMC), L 6-12 (4-10 GMC).

        • Lakota West 43, Sycamore 40 — Cara Wright had 25 points and 17 rebounds for the Firebirds.

        Brittany Frank paced the Lady Aves with 13 points, and Jenny Kimmey added 12 points.

        LAKOTA WEST (43) — Comisar 3 2 8, Podium 0 1 1, Montgomery 1 0 2, Swift 1 2 4, Wright 10 5 25, Carlberg 0 3 3. Totals:15 13 43.

        SYCAMORE(40) — Frank 4 4 13, Jes Fitzwilson 1 2 4, Schwerdtmann 2 0 4, Kimmey 4 4 12, Ebel 1 0 2, Pennington 2 0 4, Jen Fitzwilson 0 1 1. Totals:14 11 40.

        Lakota West ....... 6   9  13  15—43

        Sycamore ....... 2  12  12  14—40

        3-pointers: S—Frank. Records: LW 14-3 (12-2 GMC). S—8-8 (6-7).

        • Colerain 65, Princeton 61 — Temisha Bankston hit eight straight foul shots late in the fourth quarter for Colerain.

        Bankston had a career-high 20 points, and senior center Quanita Hailey added 19 points and 14 rebounds.

        Dee Davis paced the Vikings with 22 points, and senior forward Brie Bradshaw added 15 rebounds and 14 points.

        COLERAIN (65) — Hailey 5 9 19, Croxton 3 1 7, Haggard 0 4 4, Wessel 4 0 11, Mahler 2 0 4, Bankston 5 8 20. Totals:19 22 65.

        PRINCETON (61) — Davis 9 3 22, McNamara 2 0 5, Skoog 4 2 11, James 2 0 4, Bradshaw 7 0 14, Duncan 1 0 2, Smith 1 1 3. Totals:26 6 61.

        Colerain ....... 16  16  11  22—65

        Princeton ....... 18  12  12  19—61

        3-pointers: C—Wessel 3, Bankston 2. P—Davis, McNamara, Skoog. Records: C 14-2 (10-2 GMC). P 9-7 (8-5).

        • Milford 54, Middletown 24 — Senior guard Jen Hrovat led the Eagles with 17 points. Milford senior guard Daniel Thomas scored a season-high 11 points.

        MIDDLETOWN (24) — Veatch 0 3 3, Weingartner 2 0 4, Shields 3 1 7, Bond 1 0 2, Russell 1 2 4, Young 1 0 2, Thomas 1 0 2. Totals: 9 6 24.

        MILFORD (54) — Thomas 3 2 11, Clayton 1 0 2, Jack 0 1 1, Hrovat 7 0 17, Gaible 2 3 7, Richmond 3 2 8, Kinder 1 0 2, Gardner 3 0 6. Totals: 20 8 54.

        Middletown ....... 6  10   4   4—24

        Milford ....... 12  11  11  20—54

        3-pointers: Mil-Thomas, Hrovat. Records: Mid 0-14; Mil 4-11.

Cincinnati Hills League

        • Madeira 49, Indian Hill 37 — The Amazons sank nine of 14 free throws in the fourth quarter to hold off the Braves.

        Senior Dana Forbes scored 10 points and pulled down 12 rebounds.

        MADEIRA (49) — Mackris 2 8 13, Barnhill 1 0 2, Rupe 1 2 4, Groll 1 2 4, Davis 2 1 5, Gratsch 1 0 2, Barnhart 9 1 19. Totals: 17 14 49.

        INDIAN HILL (49) — Ellis 2 5 9, Tepe 3 0 6, VonLehman 0 4 4, David 2 0 6, Forbes 5 0 10, Schmitt 1 0 2. Totals: 13 9 37.

        Madeira ....... 14  11  10  14—49

        Indian Hill ....... 5   6   8  18—37

        3-pointers: M—Mackris. I—David 2. Records: I 9-6, 5-5 CHL.

        • Wyoming 60, Taylor 31 — Senior Jenni McGee dominated the second half with 22 of her 26 points. Maria McCarthy added 13 for the Cowboys.

        Wyoming remained in a first- place tie in the CHL with Madeira. The two powers meet Thursday at Madeira.

        TAYLOR (31) — A. Gerwin 1 0 2, Doll 2 1 5, Poynter 2 2 7, Smith 5 0 10, Rapking 2 0 4, K. Gerwin 1 0 2, Thinnes 0 1 1. Totals: 13 4 31.

        WYOMING (60) — Hoyles 3 2 8, Verhaeghe 2 0 4, McCarthy 5 3 13, Berkemeyer 0 2 2, Bell 2 0 4, McGee 10 3 26, McKimm 1 1 3. Totals: 23 11 60.

        Taylor ....... 7  8   7   9—31

        Wyoming ....... 14  7  23  16—60

        3-pointers: T—Poynter. W—McGee 3. Records: W 14-2 (CHL 10-1), T 7-8 (5-6).

        • Finneytown 62, Deer Park 57 — Finneytown converted 24 of 30 free throws and outscored Deer Park 25-11 in the third quarter.

        FINNEYTOWN (62) — Neher 5 0 14, Louber 4 13 21, Gardlik 1 4 6, Warner 1 0 2, Bowd 5 7 17. Totals: 17 24 62.

        DEER PARK (57) — Eigel 4 0 12, Mally 1 0 3, Dennis 5 1 12, Houston 0 2 2, Howard 1 0 2, Wilson 6 7 20, Miskimens 2 0 6. Totals: 19 10 57.

        Finneytown ....... 14   8  25  15—62

        Deer Park ....... 10  23  11  13—57

        3-pointers: F-Neher 4; DP-Eigel 3, Mally, Dennis, Wilson, Miskimens. Records: F 2-13, 1-9 CHL; DP 2-13, 0-9.

        • Mariemont 75, Reading 25 — Liz Kauffmann scored a game-high 18 points and Lindsey Rogers added 16 for the Warriors.

        READING (25) — Mi. Murphey 1 0 2, Me. Murphey 1 2 4, Sippola 1 0 2, Fletcher 2 0 5, Davis 1 5 7, Irwin 0 1 1, Lawson 0 4 4. Totals: 6 12 25.

        MARIEMONT (75) — Kauffmann 5 5 18, R. Potts 2 3 7, L. Potts 2 2 7, Brumm 1 0 2, Perry 4 0 8, Pember 1 0 2, Safford 1 0 2, Brown 2 5 9, Scheaffer 1 2 4, Rogers 4 5 16. Totals: 24 22 75.

        Reading ....... 2   5  10   8—25

        Mariemont ....... 22  20  18  15—75

        3-pointers: R-Fletcher; M-Kauffmann 3, L. Potts, Rogers 3.

        Records: M 14-2, 8-2 CHL; R 6-9, 2-9.

Miami Valley Conference

        • Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy 51, Seven Hills 34 — The cold-shooting Stingers (1-for-23 in the first half) were no match for Eagles.

        Freshman center Erin Nichols scored a career-high 14 points to lead CHCA.

        Tyler McIlwraith scored all eight of Seven Hills' first-half points on her way to a game-high 19 points.

        SEVEN HILLS (34) — Hoffheimer 1 0 2, Howard 1 2 4, Burton 2 0 4, Robertson 2 0 4, McIlwraith 3 13 19, Hanlon 0 1 1. Totals: 9 16 34.

        CHCA (51) — Shipley 4 0 10, Brennecke 1 0 2, Snyder 4 1 9, Holman 2 0 5, Nichols 6 2 14, Humphrey 1 0 2, Trenz 4 1 9. Totals: 22 4 51.

        Seven Hills ....... 4  4  11  15—34

        CHCA ....... 14  12  15  10—51

        3-pointers: C — Shipley 2, Holman. Record: C 14-3 (11-2 MVC).

Nonleague

        • Harrison 56, Ross 36 — Tammy Toney scored 12 of her game-high 16 points in the third quarter to help Harrison break open a one-point game.

        April Lux added 10 points for the Wildcats.

        Rebecca Varner had 10 points and 10 rebounds for Ross.

        HARRISON (56) — Walton 3 0 6, Santillo 2 0 4, Brooks 3 0 6, Holdeer 2 0 5, Daily 1 0 3, Walker 1 0 2, Toney 7 2 16, Lux 4 2 10, Gravogel 1 0 2, Ransick 1 0 2. Totals: 25 4 56.

        ROSS (36) — Weisbecker 2 0 4, Guenther 2 0 4, Wagers 1 0 2, Wertman 2 2 6, Lange 2 6 10, Varner 4 2 10. Totals: 13 10 36.

        Harrison ....... 13  10  18  15—56

        Ross ....... 8  14  4  11—36

        3-pointers: H — Holdeer, Daily. Record: R 3-13.

        • SCPA 63, Woodward 60 (2OT) — Kate Spickard hit a 3-pointer with 59 seconds remaining to give the Raiders a 61-60 lead and ultimately the victory.

        Spickard and Casey Hill each scored 19 points to lead SPCA. Crystal Gordon added 10 points and 16 rebounds.

        SCPA (63) — Spickard 5 5 19, Hill 7 4 19, Hoernschemeyer 1 1 4, Rintamaki 1 2 4, Williams 2 3 7, Gordon 2 6 10. Totals: 18 21 63.

        WOODWARD (60) — Johnson 10 1 22, Biggers 2 2 6, Lillard 1 0 2, Jones 6 4 16, Billingsley 4 0 8, Love 1 0 2, Giles 1 1 4. Totals: 25 14 60.

        SCPA ....... 6   7  19  23   4   8—63

        Woodward ....... 10   9  11  21   4   5—60

        3-pointers: SPCA-Spickard 4, Hill, Hoernschemeyer; W-Johnson, Giles. Records: SPCA 10-5, W 3-11.

       

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