Friday, February 02, 2001

N.Ky. girls basketball games


Dixie pulls another stunner

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        The Dixie Heights Colonels registered a second consecutive upset of a top-10 team this week, defeating No.8 Holy Cross 42-38 at Dixie Heights on Thursday night.

        Monday, the Colonels defeated No.4 Notre Dame.

        Sophomore guard Aubrey Luessen came off the bench to score all six of her points in the fourth quarter, including two free throws with five seconds left, to lead Dixie.

        Luessen's free throws gave Dixie Heights a four-point lead, and she then stole the inbounds pass.

        Luessen's free throws snapped a spell in which Dixie Heights missed the front end of three bonus situations and went 1-for-4 on double-bonus opportunities.

        Sophomore forward Sarah Wright scored six of her nine points in the fourth quarter for the Lady Colonels. She also had 16 rebounds as Dixie Heights outrebounded the Indians 51-28.

        Senior forward Cassie Shondel recorded her first career double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds for Dixie.

        Stephanie Lea scored nine points to lead the Indians.

        HOLY CROSS (38) — Ryan 1 2 4, Dorning 1 1 3, Englemon 2 0 6, Lea 4 1 9, Mitts 3 0 6, Hall 4 0 8, Vogelpohl 1 0 2. Totals: 16 4 38.

        DIXIE HEIGHTS (42) — Farley 1 1 3, Shondel 4 0 10, Lingelbach 2 0 5, Wright 4 1 9, Durrett 4 1 9, Luessen 2 2 6. Totals: 17 5 42.

        Holy Cross ....... 11  7  11  9—38

        Dixie Heights ....... 8  9  10  15—42

        3-pointers: H — Englemon 2. D — Shondel 2, Lingelbach. Records: H 8-8, D 13-7.

        • Notre Dame 61, Campbell County 42 The Pandas used a full-court press in the second quarter to gain a 34-18 halftime advantage.

        Kristen Zembrodt led Notre Dame with 11 points, and Tracey Baumann and Lynne Fischesser added 10 points apiece. Amanda Mayhew paced the Camels with nine points.

        CAMPBELL COUNTY (42) — Wilson 3 2 8, Griffin 0 1 1, Ballinger 2 0 4, Mayhew 4 0 9, Bezold 2 0 4, Berry 1 0 3, Walker 1 1 3, King 3 2 8, Fowee 1 0 2. Totals:17 6 42.

        NOTRE DAME (61) — Hanser 4 0 9, Hornsby 0 2 2, Zembrodt 4 2 11, Leininger 3 0 7, Baker 0 1 1, Witte 2 0 5, Baumann 4 2 10, Kreyling 2 0 4, Fischesser 4 2 10. Totals:24 9 61.

        Campbell County ....... 10   8  12  12—42

        Notre Dame ....... 9  25  12  15—61

        3-pointers:CC—Mayhew, Berry. ND—Hanser, Zembrodt, Leininger, Witte. Records:ND 13-9 (6-3 NKAC).

        • Holmes 57, Scott 45 — Erica Hallman scored 18 points to lead Holmes.

        Valencia Jackson added 17 points for Holmes, while Amanda Matracia led Scott with 12 points and 10 rebounds.

        HOLMES (57) — Hallman 8 1 18, Jackson 8 1 17, Humphrey 2 0 6, Wimzie 2 0 4, Brinkman 1 0 2, Moore 1 0 2, Herindon 3 0 6, Patterson 1 0 2. Totals: 25 2 57.

        SCOTT (45) — Matracia 4 4 12, Pairan 5 1 11, Hutchinson 1 9 11, Tomlin 2 0 4, Brun 1 1 3, Smith 1 0 2, Thomas 0 1 1, Lenhof 0 1 1. Totals: 14 17 45.

        Holmes ....... 13  16  17  11—57

        Scott ....... 8   9  10  18—45

        3-pointers: H—Hallman, Humphrey 2. Records: H 11-9, S 9-10.

        • St. Henry 40, Lloyd 29 — Tammy King scored all six of her points on two 3-pointers in the first quarter to spark St. Henry.

        Ashley Lindeman scored 10 points to lead the Crusaders, including six in the third quarter.

        Tiffani Vance scored 16 points for the Juggernauts.

        ST. HENRY (40) — Portwood 1 0 3, King 2 0 6, Danks 3 0 6, Johnson 1 1 3, Boulanger 4 0 8, Lindeman 5 0 10, Tabeling 2 0 4. Totals: 18 1 40.

        LLOYD (29) — Marshall 0 3 3, Vance 6 3 16, Wear 1 0 2, Merritt 1 0 2, Fields 2 2 6. Totals: 10 8 29.

        St. Henry ....... 15  11  12  2—40

        Lloyd ....... 5  4  8  12—29

        3-pointers: S — King 2, Portwood. L — Vance. Records: S 3-12, L 4-12.

        • Bishop Brossart 81, Simon Kenton 27 — Katie Schwegmann, the state's leading scorer, had 26 points, 10 rebounds, four steals and four assists.

        Eliza Klaine led the Pioneers with 11 points.

        SIMON KENTON (27) — Morrison 0 1 1, Lovelace 2 2 6, Jones 1 1 3, Smock 0 2 2, Klaine 4 0 11, Stith 2 0 4. Totals: 9 6 25.

        BISHOP BROSSART (81) — Schwegmann 10 4 26, Clift 2 1 5, Schultz 4 2 11, Clark 4 0 8, Lloyd 3 0 6, Christen 4 0 8, Geiman 2 3 8, Otto 2 0 4, Wright 1 1 3, Giglia 1 0 2. Totals: 33 11 81.

        Simon Kenton ....... 8   5  10   4—27

        Brossart ....... 21  23  17  20—81

        3-pointers: S—Klaine 3. B—Schwegmann 2, Schultz, Geiman. Records: B 16-6, SK 0-17.

        • Bellevue 52, Beechwood 48 — Senior forward Kim Holliman led Bellevue with 15 points and eight rebounds. Bellevue went 15-for-18 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter.

        Senior forward Katie Pohlgeers had 29 points for Beechwood.

        BEECHWOOD (48) — S. Curby 3 0 6, Pohlgeers 8 12 29, B. Curby 3 1 7, Jones 1 0 2, Arlinghaus 1 0 2, Warman 1 0 2. Totals: 17 13 48.

        BELLEVUE (52) — Ervin 3 2 8, Delaney 2 3 7, Meyers 1 1 3, Mulligan 1 8 10, Holliman 6 3 15, Mendell 1 4 6, McGlone 1 0 3. Totals: 15 21 52.

        Beechwood ....... 11   6  12  19—48

        Bellevue ....... 10  14   6  22—52

        3-pointers: B-Pohlgeers; Bel-McGlone. Records: Beech 7-9; Bel 11-6.

        • Newport 63, Ryle 46 — Jessica Beatsch and Christina Jones each scored five points during Newport's 17-4 first quarter.

        Jones finished with 16 points and Beatsch had 12. Rachel Seibert added a career-high 11 points for the Wildcats, the No.6 team in the Enquirer's coaches poll.

        Freshman Christian Steiner led Ryle with 14 points. Steiner hit all four of her field goals and was 6-for-8 in free throws.

        RYLE (46) — Steiner 4 6 14, Schmidt 1 0 3, Bulach 2 0 4, Moeves 0 2 2, Boaz 1 0 2, Miller 2 3 7, Scherer 1 0 2, Hon 1 0 2, Cooper 2 0 4, Wilson 1 1 4, Matteoli 1 0 2. Totals: 16 12 46.

        NEWPORT (63) — Crank 0 1 1, Seibert 4 3 11, Beatsch 4 2 12, Stegner 1 0 2, Jones 4 7 16, Runyon 1 0 2, Mills 4 2 10, T. Atkins 1 0 2, S. Atkins 2 1 5, Raisor 1 0 2. Totals: 22 16 63.

        Ryle ....... 4  15  12  15—46

        Newport ....... 17  10  15  21—63

        3-pointers: R — Schmidt, Wilson. N — Beatsch 2, Jones. Records: R 7-11, N 14-7.

        • Highlands 50, Conner 41 — Tara Boothe scored 21 points and had eight rebounds for High lands.

        Conner was led by Stacey Martin and Danielle Dooley with 12 points each.

        HIGHLANDS (50) — Gibson 3 0 8, Winkler 2 0 6, Konen 1 0 2, Hamel 2 0 4, Boothe 9 3 21, Grause 4 1 9. Totals: 21 4 50.

        CONNER (41) — VonHandorf 3 3 9, Dooley 6 0 12, Martin 5 1 12, Price 4 0 8. Totals: 18 4 41.

        Highlands ....... 12  12  15  11—50

        Conner ....... 6  11   6  18—41

        3-pointers: H—Gibson 2, Winkler 2. C—Martin. Records: C 6-13.

        • Calvary Christian 44, Villa Madonna 43 (OT) — Lisa VanBerkel scored off a rebound in overtime, marking the only field goal in the extra period.

        VanBerkel finished with 21 points and 15 rebounds. Lee Humphrey led Villa Madonna with 21 points.

        VILLA MADONNA (43) — Randall 4 1 9, Pavel 2 1 7, Halpin 1 1 3, Humphrey 6 6 21, Sillender 1 0 3. Totals: 14 9 43.

        CALVARY (44) — Woods 2 4 8, Blaine 3 0 6, Adams 2 1 5, Curry 2 0 4, VanBerkel 9 1 21. Totals: .18 6 44

        Villa Madonna ....... 7   7   7  21   1—43

        Calvary ....... 4  11  12  15   2—44

        3-pointers: V—Humphrey 3, Pavel 2, Sullender. C—VanBerkel 2. Records: C 15-4, V 14-6.

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