Friday, February 02, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Badin shuts down No. 1 Purcell Marian

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Senior guard Robin Parker scored 11 points as Hamilton Badin upset Purcell Marian, ranked No.1 in the Enquirer's Divisions II-IV coaches poll, 34-25 Thursday night in a girls basketball game at Hamilton.

        Badin's victory avenged a 50-45 overtime loss to Purcell Marian on Jan.4 and dropped the Cavaliers into second place in the Girls Greater Cincinnati League Gray Division, one game behind McNicholas.

        After falling behind 8-4 in the first quarter, the Rams held the Cavaliers to one point in the second to take a 13-9 halftime lead.

        Parker took over after the intermission, scoring all 11 of her points, including two 3-pointers, and the Rams pulled away.

        Senior center Cydney Overton had seven points and 10 rebounds for Badin.

        Saundra Hale and Patti White each scored seven points for the Cavaliers.

        PURCELL MARIAN (25) — Hale 3 0 7, Finnell 3 0 6, P. White 2 3 7, Reese 1 0 2, A. White 1 1 3. Totals: 10 4 25.

        HAMILTON BADIN (34) — Vilkoski 0 3 3, Parker 4 1 11, Overton 3 1 7, Morner 1 2 4, Shull 2 3 7, Collins 1 0 2. Totals: 11 10 34.

        Purcell Marion ....... 8  1   6  10—25

        Hamilton Badin ....... 4  9  10  11—34

        3-pointers: P-Hale; B-Parker 2. Records: P 15-3 (5-2 GGCL); B 11-8 (4-4 GGCL).

Girls Greater Cincinnati League

        • McAuley 61, Seton 50 — Nikki Lichtenfeld finished with a career-high 24 points for the Mohawks.

        Ashley Meyer led Seton with 17 points.

        SETON (50) — Day 2 0 5, Kelsey 1 2 5, Leonard 2 0 4, A. Meyer 6 4 17, E. Meyer 2 0 5, Robbins 2 0 5, Schiller 3 1 7, Thayer 1 0 2. Totals: 19 7 50.

        MCAULEY (61) — Long 1 0 2, Reilman 2 1 6, Hoffman 4 2 12, Lichtenfeld 6 10 24, Koenig 2 0 4, Kampschmidt 4 3 11, Rosing 1 0 2. Totals: 20 16 21.

        Seton ....... 7  12  10  21—50

        McAuley ....... 18  10  12  21—61

        3-pointers: S-Day 1, Kelsey 1, A. Meyer 1, E. Meyer 1, Robbins 1; M-Reilman 1, Hoffman 2, Lichtenfeld 2. Records: S 9-9 (5-4 GGCL), M 10-8 (2-7).

        • Mercy 37, Ursuline 35 — The Bobcats won the GGCL Scarlet Division championship for the second consecutive season.

        Trailing 23-17 at halftime, Mercy outscored the Lions 13-4 in the third quarter to take a 30-27 lead.

        Siobhan Zerilla fueled the comeback for Mercy, scoring seven points in the second quarter. Maria Walker paced Ursuline with 15 points.

        MERCY (37) — Mullen 1 0 3, Obert 1 0 2, Zerilla 5 3 13, Dehne 1 2 4, Rutherford 0 2 2, Heintz 3 0 7, Clavier 2 2 6. Totals: 13 9 37.

        URSULINE (35) — Obert 2 2 7, Klein 0 2 2, Blackburn 3 0 6, Burke 1 0 2, Davren 1 0 2, Polimeni 0 1 1, Walker 5 3 15. Totals: 12 8 35.

        Mercy ....... 8   9  13   7—37

        Ursuline ....... 17   6   4   8—35

        3-pointers: M—Mullen, Heintz. U—Obert, Walker 2. Records: M 14-4 (GGCL 8-1), U 10-9 (5-4).

        • McNicholas 75, Roger Bacon 54 — Senior center Ashley Clark scored 18 points and grabbed 17 rebounds, enabling the Rockets to take sole possession of first place in the GGCL Gray Division.

        Seniors Liz Flammer added 15 points and Kendra Hornschemeier scored 11 for the Rockets.

        Michelle Kelly and Julie Metz each scored 14 points for the Spartans.

        ROGER BACON (54) — Byrd 3 4 11, Frentsos 3 1 7, Knecht 0 1 1, Goller 0 1 1, Kelly 4 5 14, Metz 5 4 14, Hazelbaker 2 0 4, Sorter 1 0 2. Totals: 18 16 54.

        MCNICHOLAS (75) — Flammer 7 0 15, Thomas 0 2 2, Hornschemeier 3 5 11, B. Clark 2 0 4, Bauer 1 0 2, A. Clark 7 4 18, J. Breving 3 3 9, Oberschmidt 4 0 8, K. Breving 2 2 6. Totals: 29 16 75.

        Roger Bacon ....... 11  15  14  14—54

        McNicholas ....... 15  23  10  27—75

        3-pointers: R-Byrd, Kelly; M-Flammer. Records: M 13-6 (6-1 GGCL).

        • Mount Notre Dame 61, St. Ursula 58 Mel Thomas led Mount Notre Dame with 21 points, including four 3-pointers. The Cougars took control when Jes Cook scored five of her eight points in the fourth quarter.

        Monica Naltner led all scorers with 24 points for St.Ursula.

        MT. NOTRE DAME (61)—Rolfes 1 2 4, Hagen 3 0 7, Engel 3 0 6, Natrip 3 0 8, Thomas 7 3 21, Cook 3 1 8, Douthit 0 1 1, Braun 2 2 6. Totals: 22 8 61.

        ST. URSULA (58)—Mahon 3 6 12, Grogan 2 0 5, Connaughton 2 0 4, Naltner 8 8 24, Schroeder 3 0 7, Ballinger 2 0 4, Dooley 1 0 2. Totals: 21 14 58.

        MND ....... 16  19  11  15—61

        St. Ursula ....... 19  15  14  10—58

        3-pointers: StU—Grogan, Schroeder. ND—Hogan, Natrip 2, Thomas 4, Cook. Records: StU 9-10 (GGCL 5-7).

Greater Miami Conference

        • Oak Hills 55, Hamilton 38 — The Highlanders made seven 3-pointers, including three by Danielle Dietrich. She finished with 14 points and Michelle Holmes added 12. Autumn Marshall paced the Big Blue with 13 points.         OAK HILLS (55) — Kluesener 1 3 6, Gross 1 0 3, Cornelius 1 1 3, Rosenberger 1 0 2, Fehr 1 0 3, Woodrey 2 0 4, Lack 1 0 2, Dietrich 5 1 14, Laug 3 0 6, Holmes 5 1 12. Totals: 21 6 55.

        HAMILTON (38) — DeLong 5 0 12, Brosey 1 0 2, Marshall 6 1 13, Young 2 0 4, Fox 3 0 6, Brown 0 1 1. Totals: 17 2 38.

        Oak Hills ....... 16  13  16  8—55

        Hamilton ....... 6  11  12  9—38

        3-pointers: O—Kluesener, Gross, Fehr, Dietrich 3, Holmes. H—DeLong 2. Records: H 4-14 (GMC 2-12), O 16-2 (12-2).

        • Princeton 58, Middletown 35 — Danielle Duncan scored a game-high 16 points for the Vikings, who outscored the Middies 20-7 in the third quarter to take a 49-22 lead.

        Brittany Shields had 13 points for Middletown.

        PRINCETON (58) — Davis 3 2 9, McNamara 3 0 6, Skoog 4 2 13, Hervas 1 0 2, Keown 2 1 5, Peterson 0 2 2, Bradshaw 1 1 3, Duncan 7 2 16, Smith 1 0 2. Totals: 22 10 58.

        MIDDLETOWN (35) — Veatch 2 1 5, Weingartner 1 0 3, Shields 5 3 13, Thomas 2 0 4, Rupp 1 4 6, Russell 1 0 2, Young 1 0 2. Totals: 13 8 35.

        Princeton ....... 16  13  20   9—58

        Middletown ....... 10   5   7  13—35

        3-pointers: P-Davis 1, Skoog 3; M-Weingartner 1. Records: M 2-17 (0-15).

        • Milford 66, Fairfield 52 — Ashley Richmond scored a season-high 19 points and Jen Hrovat added 18 for Milford.

        Wanisha Smith paced Fairfield with 27 points.

        FAIRFIELD (52) — Hanck 2 0 4, Smith 10 7 27, Davenport 3 1 7, Taylor 1 0 2, Carty 3 0 8, Auck 2 0 4. Totals: 21 8 52.

        MILFORD (66) — Thomas 0 2 2, Clayton 2 3 8, Jack 0 2 2, Hrovat 6 6 18, Gaible 5 0 10, Richmond 5 9 19, Gardner 3 1 7. Totals: 21 23 66.

        Fairfield ....... 11   8  15  18—52

        Milford ....... 11  17  21  17—66

        3-pointers: F—Carty 2. M—Clayton. Records: M 6-12 (GMC 5-9), F 11-6 (8-6).

        • Colerain 53, Sycamore 47 — Justine Mahler triggered an 18-8 third quarter run that enabled the Cardinals to erase a three-point halftime deficit.

        Quanita Hailey led Colerain with 17 points. Jenny Kimmey had 11 points for Sycamore.

        COLERAIN (53) — Hailey 5 7 17, Croxton 4 1 9, Haggard 4 6 15, Wessel 2 0 5, Mahler 2 0 4, Bankston 1 0 3. Totals: 18 14 53.

        SYCAMORE (47) — Frank 3 0 7, Jes. Fitzwilson 4 0 8, Schwerdtmann 5 0 10, Kimmey 4 2 11, Evel 2 0 4, Pennington 2 0 4, Jen. Fitzwilson 1 0 3. Totals: 21 2 47.

        Colerain ....... 9  10  18  16—53

        Sycamore ....... 9  13   8  17—47

        3-pointers: C-Haggard 1, Wessel 1, Bankston 1; S-Frank 1, Kimmey 1, Jen. Fitzwilson 1 Records: C 14-4 (12-2 GMC), S 8-9 (6-8).

FAVC Buckeye Division

        • Mason 52, Glen Este 15 — Michelle Munoz scored 29 points and grabbed eight rebounds, enabling the Comets to win the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division championship.

        Jere' Issenmann added 13 points for Mason.

        GLEN ESTE (15) — Dorsch 1 0 2, Pennington 1 2 4, Riley 2 0 6, Gee 1 0 3. Totals: 5 2 15.

        MASON (52) — Hampshire 1 0 2, Stein 1 0 2, Issenmann 4 4 13, Wentzel 1 0 2, Munoz 13 3 29, Piontek 1 2 4. Totals: 21 9 52.

        Glen Este ....... 5   0   5   5—15

        Mason ....... 15  12  12  13—52

        3-pointers: G—Riley 2, Gee. M—Issenmann. Records: M 14-4 (FAVC 12-0), G 8-10 (5-7).

        • Winton Woods 69, Northwest 53 — Amarah Johnson scored 18 points to lead the Warriors.

        Keisha Box added 13 points for Winton Woods.

        Bobbi Meister led Northwest with 19 points.

        WINTON WOODS (69) — O'Neil 1 1 3, Fletcher 4 2 10, Johnson 6 6 18, Box 4 5 13, Burton 3 4 12, Tinsley 4 3 11, Jackson 1 0 2. Totals: 23 21 69.

        NORTHWEST (53) — B. Meister 8 3 19, S. Meister 1 0 2, Jared 4 0 8, Kennedy 1 2 4, Schur 1 0 2, Dobrowolski 4 1 9, Edwards 1 1 3, Dakin 3 0 6. Totals: 23 7 53.

        Winton Woods ....... 16  21  20  12—69

        Northwest ....... 10  15   9  19—53

        3-pointers: W—Burton 2. Records: W 12-5 (FAVC 9-3), N 7-11 (4-8).

        • Harrison 57, Anderson 47 — Tammy Toney scored nine of her team-high 13 points in the second half for the Wildcats.

        Cathy Santillo scored 11 points, including five in the first quarter, and April Lux added 10 for the Wildcats.

        Lauren Gruber scored 15 points for Anderson.

        HARRISON (57) — Santillo 3 4 11, Brooks 2 2 7, Daily 1 1 3, Walker 2 0 4, Toney 6 1 13, Lux 5 0 10, Grauvogel 0 3 3, Ransick 2 2 6. Totals: 21 13 57.

        ANDERSON (47) — Kaiser 2 0 6, Sherrick 1 0 3, Deeds 1 5 7, Gruber 5 4 15, Leavy 3 2 9, Kelly 2 0 4, Miller 1 1 3. Totals: 15 12 47.

        Harrison ....... 16  10  14  17—57

        Anderson ....... 9  12   9  17—470

        3-pointers: H — Santillo, Brooks. A — Kaiser 2, Sherrick, Gruber, Leavy. Records: H 11-7 (9-3 FAVC Buckeye), A 8-10 (4-8 FAVC Buckeye).

        • Amelia 57, Turpin 33 — Robin Davidson led Amelia with 20 points. Keri Gillespie added 11 points and Kris Emmert 10 for the Barons.

        Cara Biser paced Turpin with 11 points.

        AMELIA (57) — Shields 1 0 3, Votapek 2 2 7, Brown 0 2 2, Gillespie 4 0 11, Davidson 10 0 20, Guinan 2 0 4, Emmert 4 2 10. Totals: 23 6 57.

        TURPIN (33) — Cummings 1 0 2, Biser 4 2 11, Hensley 3 1 8, Fox 1 0 2, Anderson 1 4 6, Dietsch 1 2 4. Totals: 11 9 33.

        Amelia ....... 16  13  14  14—57

        Turpin ....... 6  11   8   8—33

        3-pointers: T—Biser, Hensley. A—Shields, Votapek, Gillespie 3. Records: T 2-16 (FAVC 0-12), A 10-8 (5-7).

FAVC Cardinal Division

        • Lebanon 55, Ross 44 — Sara Baillie, Megan Turner and Katie Shaw each scored 10 points for Lebanon. Cassi Wagers led Ross with 11 points.

        LEBANON (55) — Baillie 4 2 10, Ball 2 2 6, Siehl 3 0 7, Turner 4 2 10, Meyer 1 0 2, Shaw 4 2 10, LeVan 4 0 8, Jones 1 0 2. Totals: 23 8 55.

        ROSS (44) — Bowman 1 0 3, Weisbecker 3 1 7, Guenther 3 1 7, Wagers 4 0 11, Wertman 2 0 4, VanDriesche 1 0 2, Lange 1 2 4, Varner 2 2 6. Totals: 17 6 44.

        Lebanon ....... 12  15  12  16—55

        Ross ....... 8  12   9  15—44

        3-pointers: L—Siehl. R—Bowman, Wagers 3. Records: R 3-14 (FAVC 2-8), L 4-13 (3-7).

        • Little Miami 52, Loveland 36 — Courtney Balser scored 28 points, including six 3-pointers, to lead Little Miami.

        LITTLE MIAMI (52) — Werden 2 2 6, Chamberlin 1 0 2, Smiley 0 1 1, A. Balser 1 0 3, Richardson 0 4 4, C. Balser 9 4 28, S. Journeay 2 1 5, L. Journeay 1 1 3. Totals: 16 13 52.

        LOVELAND (36) — Bowman 3 0 6, Smith 1 0 2, Miller 4 0 9, Wilson 4 3 11, Sorge 2 0 4, Bess 1 0 2, Brosemer 1 0 2. Totals: 16 3 36

        Little Miami ....... 14  16  11  11—52

        Loveland ....... 10  12   5  11—36

        3-pointers: LM—A. Balser, C. Balser 6. Lo— Miller.

        • Goshen 68, Norwood 37 — Kelley Phillips and Nikki Scott each scored 13 points and Gloria Polly added 12 points and 10 steals for Goshen.

        The Indians' Jessica Evans had 15 points.

        NORWOOD (37) — Evans 6 0 15, Elliott 1 2 5, Theobald 2 0 4, McCarthy 2 1 5, Cox 0 1 1, Collins 1 3 5, McCalla 0 2 2. Totals: 12 9 37.

        GOSHEN (68) — Rise 2 1 5, Polly 5 2 12, Jay 3 0 7, Martin 1 0 3, Bitzer 2 4 8, Scott 6 2 14, Pels 2 0 4, King 1 0 2, Phillips 5 2 13. Totals: 27 11 68.

        Norwood ....... 15   7   3  12—37

        Goshen ....... 14  16  20  18—68

        3-pointers: N-Evans 3, Elliott 1; G-Phillips 1, Martin 1, Jay 1. Records: N 0-18 (0-12 FAVC Cardinal), G 13-3 (9-3).

Queen City Conference

        • Hughes 72, Mount Healthy 38 — Leslie Burns had 15 points and Tonika Bridges 13 for Hughes.

        April Simmons and Tanisha Johnson led Mount Healthy with 10 points each.

        HUGHES (72) — Joiner 1 0 2, Johnson 4 2 10, Davis 4 5 15, Everson 4 2 10, Burns 4 7 15, Bridges 5 0 13, Moore 1 3 5, Vaughan 1 0 2. Totals: 24 19 72.

        MOUNT HEALTHY (38) — Bowden 1 0 2, Brewer 1 7 9, Leahy 2 0 5, Johnson 4 2 10, Simmons 4 0 10, Thomas 1 0 2. Totals: 13 9 38

        Hughes ....... 15  17  15  25—72

        Mount Healthy ....... 4  11  14   9—38

        3-pointers: H—Bridges 3, Davis 2. M— Simmons 2, Leahy. Records: H 15-3 (QCC 12-0), M 9-9 (8-4).

        • Walnut Hills 48, Woodward 38 — Senior center Katie Antle scored 16 points and grabbed six rebounds for Walnut Hills.

        Junior Tierra Johnson led Woodward with 21 points.

        WOODWARD (38) — Biggers 0 2 2, Bradley 1 1 3, Johnson 10 1 21, Lillard 4 0 8, Jones 2 0 4. Totals: 17 4 38.

        WALNUT HILLS (48) — Antle 5 3 16, Lajeuneffe 4 1 8, Wilson 3 1 7, Fennell 3 1 7, Davis 1 3 5, Marsh 1 0 2, Greeen 0 2 2. Totals: 17 11 48.

        Woodward ....... 11  7  15  5—38

        Walnut Hills ....... 19  8  14  7—48

        3-pointers: Wal-Antle 3. Records: Wo 3-13 (2-11 QCC); Wa 10-8 (9-3 QCC.

        • Western Hills 66, Withrow 65 — Kiza Bullock made two free throws with less than a minute remaining to give the Mustangs the win. She finished with 21 points and 13 rebounds. Allison Goodrich added 16 points and seven rebounds and guard Renay Tolliver scored 14 points.

        Nek Richardson led the Tigers with 21 points.

        WITHROW (65) — Hampton 5 0 12, Pryor 4 2 10, Collins 2 2 8, Williams 1 0 3, Richardson 7 7 21, Ward 2 0 4, Spivery 4 0 8. Totals: 25 11 65.

        WESTERN HILLS (66) — S. Tolliver 1 1 4, R. Tolliver 6 0 14, Russia 2 0 4, Goodrich 8 0 16, Bullock 7 5 20, Tesfai 4 1 9. Totals: 28 7 66.

        Withrow ....... 15  20  17  11—65

        Western Hills ....... 24  10  16  16—66

        3-pointers: With-Hampton 2, Collins 2, Williams; West-S. Tolliver, R. Tolliver 2. Records: With 6-12 (5-7 QCC); West 9-9 (7-5 QCC).

        • Taft 46, Aiken 31 — Ebony Ragland scored 17 points and Crystal Clark added 15 for the Senators.

        TAFT (46) — Ragland 6 4 17, Dunlop 2 1 5, Clark 6 3 15, Jennings 1 1 3, Woods 2 1 5, Turner 0 1 1. Totals: 17 12 46.

        AIKEN (31) — Carter 4 0 8, Satterwhite 2 4 8, Hodge 1 2 4, Byrd 0 3 3, Dickerson 0 1 1, A. Satterwhite 2 3 7. Totals: 9 13 31.

        Taft ....... 5  22  14   6—46

        Aiken ....... 4  11   6  10—31

        3-pointers: T—Ragland. Records: A 0-16, T 3-11.

Southern Buckeye Conference
Georgetown 39, Bethel-Tate 31 — Bethany Cahall scored 11 points for the G-Men. Brooke Howe led the Tigers with 12 points and nine rebounds.

        GEORGETOWN (39) — Cahall 5 0 11, Workman 1 0 2, Decune 2 1 5, Brown 3 1 7, Coldwell 0 2 2, Persohn 1 0 2, Chadwell 4 0 8, Zurbuch 1 0 2. Totals: 17 4 39.

        BETHEL-TATE (31) — Beck 2 0 4, Harp 1 0 2, Canter 2 2 7, Collins 2 2 6, Howe 5 2 12. Totals: 12 6 31.

        Georgetown ....... 8  12  10  9—39

        Bethel-Tate ....... 6  10   7  8—31

        3-pointers: G-Cahall; B-Canter. Records: G 14-6 (10-2 SBC); B 2-16 (1-9 SBC).

        • New Richmond 77, Williamsburg 22 — Junior guard Angela DiGeronimo set a single-game New Richmond record with five 3-pointers. Jill Boys led all scorers with 19 points for New Richmond and also had eight rebounds. Brandi Loving added 14 points and 12 boards.

        Nicki Smith paced Williamsburg with six points.

        WILLIAMSBURG (22) — Ka. Beach 1 0 2, Ferguson 1 1 3, Turkelson 2 1 5, Schneider 2 0 4, Smith 3 0 6, Kr. Beach 0 2 2. Totals: 9 3 22.

        NEW RICHMOND (77) — Coslett 3 0 6, Loving 7 0 14, DiGeronimo 7 0 19, Horn 2 0 5, Painter 1 0 2, Blair 3 2 8, Boys 5 1 11, Trees 3 1 7, Diesel 2 1 5. Totals: 32 5 77.

        Williamsburg ....... 2   7   7   6—22

        New Richmond ....... 18  14  22  23—77

        3-pointers: NR—Digeronimo 5, Horn. W—Turkelson. Records: NR 8-9 (SBC 5-4), W 1-15 (0-9)

        • Felicity 53, Batavia 38 — Carrie Keller scored 21 points to help give coach Damon Smith his 200th victory at Felicity.

        Tess Weidner led the Bulldogs with 11 points.

        BATAVIA (38) — Weidner 4 1 11, Swart 3 0 6, Crooker 2 0 5, Stout 1 4 6, Lowe 1 2 4, Wehrman 2 1 6. Totals: 13 8 38.

        FELICITY (53) — Bell 1 1 3, Wehrum 1 0 2, Easter 4 5 14, Keller 10 0 21, Cas. Hall 2 5 9, Can. Hall 2 0 4. Totals: 20 11 53.

        Batavia ....... 11  10   6  11—38

        Felicity ....... 10  15  13  15—53

        3-pointers: B-Wehrman 1, Crooker 1, Weidner 2; F-Easter 1, Keller 1. Records: B 9-9 (5-3 SBC), F 12-6 (8-2).

        • Western Brown 62, Hillsboro 57 — Ashley Wesley scored seven of her team-high 18 points in the fourth quarter, including three free throws in the final minute.

        Ericka Estep contributed 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Broncos, who trailed 45-43 entering the fourth quarter. Amber Silvis had eight assists to go with her nine points for Western Brown.

        Jennifer Butler led all scorers with 21 points for Hillsboro.

        HILLSBORO (57) — Hess 2 0 6, Butler 8 5 21, Marsh 3 1 7, Wright 3 0 6, Blair 5 3 13, Cannon 2 0 4. Totals: 23 9 57.

        WESTERN BROWN (62) — Wesley 7 4 18, Bolender 1 0 2, Flischel 1 2 4, Bering 1 2 4, Ranford 1 1 3, Estep 7 1 15, Silvis 4 1 9, Hartman 3 1 7. Totals: 25 12 62.

        Hillsboro ....... 17  14  14  12—57

        Western Brown ....... 13  17  13  19—62

        3-pointers: H — Hess 2. Record: W 7-10 (5-5 SBC).

Southern Hills League

        • North Adams 58, Ripley 33 — Leah Fulton had 14 points and 14 rebounds for North Adams, Mackenzie Copas added 10 points, 15 rebounds, 13 assists and eight steals.

        RIPLEY (33) — Adams 1 1 3, Campbell 4 2 11, Brandenburg 5 4 15, Hornsby 1 0 2, Whaley 1 0 2. Totals: 12 7 33.

        NORTH ADAMS (58) — Baxla 1 1 3, Copas 3 2 10, Robinson 1 0 2, Simpson 7 0 14, Brown 1 0 3, Fulton 6 2 14, Shreffler 1 0 2, Shupert 5 0 10. Totals: 25 5 58.

        Ripley ....... 8   4   5  16—33

        N Adams ....... 12  16  19  11—58

        3-pointers: NA—Copas 2, Brown. R—Campbell, Brandenberg. Records: NA 16-2 (SHL 11-2).

Kenton Trace Conference

        • Southeastern 50, Clinton Massie 40 — Amy Ingling paced the Trojans with 11 points. Mandy Duncan scored 12 points for the Falcons.

        CLINTON MASSIE (40) — Ferrau 3 1 7, King 3 4 10, Duncan 5 0 12, Wood 2 4 8, Fisher 1 0 3. Totals: 14 9 40.

        SOUTHEASTERN (50) — Clark-Haggy 3 0 6, Beair 1 3 5, Kitchen 2 3 9, Paugh 2 1 5, Hupp 3 1 8, Ingling 5 1 11, Martin 0 4 4, Paulick 1 0 2. Totals: 17 13 50.

        Clinton Massie ....... 9  5  12  14—40

        Southeastern ....... 16  9  13  12—50

        3-pointers: C-Duncan 2, Fisher; S-Kitchen 2, Hupp. Records: C 8-10 (4-6 KTC); S 16-2 (10-0)

Cincinnati Hills League         • Wyoming 42, Madeira 36 — The Cowboys scored 12 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to erase a six-point deficit and take sole possession of first place in the CHL.

        “The kids were determined,” Wyoming coach Deb Gentile said. “We could have folded when we were down six but there was no way we would give up the league title.”

        Wyoming closes league play against Finneytown and Mariemont and can claim a 13th consecutiove title with victories.

        Jenni McGee converted a three-point play with 3:20 remaining to give Wyoming the lead for good.

        Madeira took a six-point lead after three quarters with the help of Amanda Davis, who scored 10 of her 18 points in the quarter.

        Monica Hoyles led Wyoming's fourth-quarter outburst with all six of her points.

        WYOMING (42) — Hoyles 3 0 6, Verhaeghe 4 0 8, McCarthy 4 3 11, Berkemeyer 1 0 2, Bell 2 0 4, McGee 3 3 9, Loper 1 0 2. Totals: 18 6 42.

        MADEIRA (36) — Barnhill 2 0 5, Rupe 1 1 3, Groll 2 2 6, Davis 9 0 18, Gratsch 1 0 2, Barnhart 1 0 2. Totals: 16 3 36.

        Wyoming ....... 6  12   8  16—42

        Madeira ....... 6   7  19   4—36

        3-pointers: W-McGee. M—Barnhill. Records: W 15-2 (CHL 11-1), M 15-3 (10-2).

        • Reading 47, Deer Park 29 Crystal Gee scored a career-high 15 points for the Blue Devils.

        Kari Wilson led Finneytown with 12 points.

        DEER PARK (29)—Caudill 1 0 2, Nally 2 0 4, Dennis 1 0 2, Houston 1 2 4, Wilson 6 0 12, Miskimens 1 2 5. Totals:12 4 29.

        READING (47)—Micie Murphy 2 0 4, Megan Murphy 1 2 4, Sippola 4 0 8, Fletcher 1 0 2, Davis 2 0 4, Irwin 1 2 4, Dixon 2 0 4, Gee 5 4 15, Lawson 0 2 2. Totals:18 10 47.

        Deer Park ....... 2  10   6  11—29

        Reading ....... 13  12  11  11—47

        3-pointers: DP—Miskimens. R—Gee. Records:DP 2-16 (0-11 CHL). R 8-10 (5-7)

        • Mariemont 54, Taylor 24 — Junior center Lindsay Hook scored a career-high 14 points and added 10 rebounds for Mariemont. Junior forward Gretchen Per ry scored 10 points and grabbed 11 rebounds.

        Ashley Gerwin led Taylor with 15 points.

        TAYLOR (24) — A. Gerwin 6 1 15, K. Gerwin 1 0 2, Doll 0 2 2, Rapking 2 0 4, Crofford 0 1 1. Totals: 9 4 24.

        MARIEMONT (54) — Kauffmann 3 1 9, R. Potts 1 2 4, L. Potts 0 4 6, Perry 4 2 10, Brown 1 0 2, Sheaffer 1 1 3, Hook 5 4 14, Rogers 1 6 8. Totals: 16 20 54.

        Taylor ....... 2   8   6   8—24

        Mariemont ....... 10  15  10  19—54

        3-pointers: T-A. Gerwin 2; M-Kauffmann 2. Records: T 7-10 (4-8 CHL); M 15-2 (9-2 CHL).

        • Indian Hill 67, Finneytown 39 — A full-court press that forced 20 turnovers was the difference for the Braves.

        Erin Schmitt and Kari Tepe led Indian Hill with 15 points each. Jessica Croley led Finneytown with 11 points.

        INDIAN HILL (67) — Crook 1 0 2, Ellis 2 2 6, David 1 5 7, Schmitt 5 2 15, Tepe 7 1 15, VonLehman 4 0 8, Schrur 1 2 4, Forbes 5 0 10. Totals: 26 11 67.

        FINNEYTOWN (39) — Neaher 2 0 6, Lorber 0 1 1, Warner 2 0 4, Gardlik 1 0 2, Bond 1 0 2, Croley 5 0 11, Reisner 2 0 4, Schmidt 2 0 5, Vance 1 2 4. Totals: 16 3 39.

        Indian Hill ....... 23  21  13  10—67

        Finneytown ....... 3  13   4  19—39

        3-pointers: F—Neaher 2, Croley, Schmidt. IH—Schmitt 3. Records: F 3-14 (CHL 2-10), IH 9-6 (5-5).

Miami Valley Conference

        • Cincinnati Country Day 61, Lockland 27 Junior guard Ashley Baker scored a season-high 17 points for the Indians. Ashley Cromer paced the Panthers with 11 points.

        LOCKLAND (27)—Cromer 5 1 11, Urton 4 0 8, Freeman 3 0 6, Fallonberry 1 0 2. Totals:13 1 27.

        CINCINNATI COUNTRY DAY (61)—Biering 2 0 4, Woods 4 0 8, Emily Geier 1 0 2, Baker 7 3 17, FitzHugh 3 4 10, Reiber 1 0 2, Natalie Geier 4 0 8, Seward 2 0 4, Monroe 1 0 2, Schneider 2 0 4. Totals:27 7 61.

        Lockland ....... 2   4   8  13—27

        Cincinnati Country Day ....... 19  18  16   8— 61

        3-pointers:None. Records: CCD 15-3 (13-1 MVC).

        • Landmark Christian 54, St. Bernard 23 — Sophomore guard Ashley Oliver led Landmark with 12 points. Beth McPartlin scored five points for St. Bernard.

        ST. BERNARD — McPartlin 2 0 5, Shadoan 1 0 2, Burkhart 2 0 4, Prather 1 0 2, Mason 1 1 3, Simons 2 1 5, Hendricks 1 0 2. Totals: 10 2 23.

        LANDMARK CHRISTIAN — Oliver 6 0 12, Spears 3 1 9, Jaeger 2 3 8, Am. Sebastian 3 3 9, Snell 1 0 2, An. Sebastian 3 1 7, Gresham 3 0 7. Totals: 21 8 54.

        St. Bernard ....... 6   7   2  8—23

        Landmark Christian ....... 16  14  18  6—54

        Three-point field goals: St. Bernard 1 (McPartlin); Landmark Christian 4 (Spears 2, Jeager, Gresham). Records: Landmark Christian (14-4, 10-4 Miami Valley Conf.)

        • North College Hill 69, Seven Hills 46 — Sophomore Michelle Miller had 28 points and 12 rebounds and Amber Flynn added 15 points for the Trojans.

        Tyler McIlwraith had 35 points for Seven Hills.

        SEVEN HILLS (46) — Hoffheimer 1 0 2, Howard 2 0 4, Burton 0 1 1, Robertson 1 1 3, Woessner 0 1 1, McIlwraith 14 4 35. Totals:18 7 46.

        NORTH COLLEGE HILL (69) — L.Johnson 4 3 11, Goldmas 1 0 2, Levette 4 1 11, Dukes 1 0 2, Flynn 7 1 15, Miller 12 2 28. Totals:29 7 69.

        Seven Hills ....... 9  21   7   9—46

        North College Hill ....... 19  16  18  16—69

        3-pointers:SH—McIlwrith 3. NCH—Levette 2, Miller 2. Records: NCH 14-4 (11-3 MVC).

Mid-Miami League

        • Springboro 60, Dayton Stebbins 22 The Panthers won their 16th straight game and clinched the league title.         Becky Ballard scored 11 points and Lindsay Wight added 10 points for the Panthers.

        Chris Kompston led the Indians with 9 points.

        DAYTON STEBBINS (22)—Colman 1 0 2, Newhouse 1 1 2, Benterup 1 0 2, Kompston 4 1 9, Billings 1 0 3, Miller 1 1 3. Totals:9 3 22.

        SPRINGBORO (60)—Graham 2 0 4, Teets 0 2 2, Hampton 1 0 2, Sullivan 2 2 6, Lacy 2 2 7, Wight 5 0 10, Ballard 5 1 11, Meacham 2 2 6, Todd 1 2 4, Wright 3 2 8. Totals:23 13 60.

        Dayton Stebbins ....... 0   4   9   9—22

        Springboro ....... 16  12  22  10—60

        3-pointers:DS—Billings. S—Lacy. Records:DS 1-15 (0-12 MML). S 18-1 (12-0 MML).

Non-league

        • Middletown Christian 47, Yellow Springs 39 Amber Breeding had 13 points and eight steals, and Lauren Fox added 12 points for the Eagles.

        Schelle Crosswhite and Kirsten McLinden led the Bulldogs with 10 points each. YELLOW SPRINGS (39)—Crosswhite 3 2 10, Harding 3 3 9, McLinden 5 0 10, Zagory 1 0 2, Cooper 3 2 8. Totals:15 7 39.

        MIDDLETOWN CHRISTIAN (47)—Breeding 5 3 13, Esselman 3 0 6, Allen 4 0 10, Fox 6 0 12, Huntsberger 3 0 6. Totals:21 3 47.

        Yellow Springs ....... 8   6  14  11—39

        Middletown Christian ....... 6   2  23  16—47

        3-pointers:YS—Crosswhite 2. MC—Allen 2. Records:YS 6-12. MC 9-8 (6-3 MBC).

        • SCPA 57, Central Baptist 15 Kate Spickard led the Raiders with 12 points, and Iasha John had a career-high six blocked shots and 10 rebounds.

        CENTRAL BAPTIST (15) — Wheeler 3 3 9, Hall 2 0 4, Devlin 1 0 2. Totals: 6 3 15.

        SCPA (57) — Spickard 5 0 12, McCollum 2 1 6, Hill 4 0 8, Rintamaki 3 2 8, Partlow 1 0 2, John 3 0 6, Williams 2 0 4, McKinney 3 0 6, Pavelish 1 0 2, Davis 1 1 3. Totals:25 4 57.

        Central Baptist ....... 2   3   4   6—15

        SCPA ....... 16   6  21  12—57

        3-pointers: SCPA—Spckard 2, McCollum. Records:CB 4-6. SCPA 11-5.

        • Clermont Northeastern 54, Summit 50 — Stephanie Roy scored 17 points and was 13-of-16 from the line in the fourth quarter for CNE. She finished with 29 points.

        Lauren Conners led Summit with 16 points.

        CLERMONT NORTHEASTERN (54) — Roy 5 17 29. Smithers 2 2 6, Miller 1 0 2, Cunningham 0 3 3, Creamer 1 0 2, Schottelkotte 2 1 5, Dirr 3 1 7. Totals: 14 24 54.

        SUMMIT (50) — Hoeck 5 4 14, Conners 2 12 16, Haas 2 2 6, Ulmer 2 1 5, Lydon 4 1 9. Totals: 15 20 50.

        Clermont Northeastern ....... 11   4  16  23— 54

        Summit ....... 13  10  11  16—50

        3-pointers: C-Roy 2. Records: C 7-11, S 9-9.

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