Sunday, February 04, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Indian Hill upsets Purcell-Marian

        Erin Schmitt scored a game-high 25 points as Indian Hill posted a 58-46 upset of Purcell Marian, ranked No.1 in The Enquirer's Divisions II-IV coaches poll.

        Schmitt came off the bench to score 16 points during the Braves' 29-6 run over the second and third quarters. The Cavaliers trailed by 19 points after the third quarter and never got closer than the game's final 12-point margin.

        Purcell Marian was led by Patti White with 18 points and Keri Finnell with 17 points.

        PURCELL MARIAN (46) — Hale 1 0 2, Finnell 8 1 17, Qualters 1 1 3, P. White 7 4 18, Reece 2 0 4, A. White 1 0 2. Totals: 20 6 46.

        INDIAN HILL (58) — Ellis 2 7 11, David 3 0 8, Schmitt 8 3 25, Tepe 3 0 6, VonLehman 3 0 6, Forbes 1 0 2. Totals: 20 10 58.

        Purcell Marian ....... 11   4  10  21—46

        Indian Hill ....... 8  18  18  14—58

        3-pointers: I—David 2, Schmitt 6. Records: I 11-6, P 15-4.

        • Badin 60, Seven Hills 37 — Cydney Overton scored a team-high 12 points for the Rams, the No.8 team in the Enquirer's Division II-IV coaches poll.

        Seven Hills sophomore forward Tyler McIlwraith led all scorers with 21 points.

        SEVEN HILLS (37) — Howard 3 2 8, Robertson 2 0 4, Hanlon 0 1 1, McIlwraith 6 8 21, Woessner 1 0 2, Burton 0 1 1. Totals: 12 12 37.

        BADIN (60) — Vilkoski 1 2 4, Brennan 3 0 9, Overton 6 0 12, A. Morner 4 0 8, Shull 4 0 8, Parker 2 2 7, Beckett 3 0 6, Cochran 2 1 5, S. Morner 0 1 1. Totals: 25 6 60.

        Seven Hills ....... 5  10  5  17—37

        Badin ....... 13  19  13  15—60

        3-pointers: S — McIlwraith. B — Brennan 3, Parker. Records: S 7-12, B 12-8.

        • Amelia 49, Anderson 41 — Plagued by 14 turnovers, Amelia fell behind 22-16 at halftime, but came out in a pressure defense and patient offense in the third quarter to take a 34-32 the lead.

        Anderson sophomore Quincey Deeds led all scorers with 20 points.

        ANDERSON (41) — Kaiser 1 0 2, Gearhart 1 0 2, Sherrick 3 1 8, Deeds 8 4 20, Gruber 1 0 2, Leavy 3 0 6, Miller 0 1 1. Totals: 16 6 41.

        AMELIA (49) — Sheilds 1 0 2, Votapek 5 2 12, Gillespie 1 2 4, Davidson 5 1 11, Guinan 2 2 6, Emmert 6 0 12, Cammeresi 1 0 2. Totals: 21 7 49.

        Anderson ....... 11  11  10   9—41

        Amelia ....... 8   8  18  14—49

        3-pointers: AND—Sherrick. Records: Am 11-8, 6-7 FAVC Buckeye; And 8-11, 4-9 FAVC Buckeye.

        • Goshen 61, Wilmington 43 — Goshen outscored Wilmington 21-4 in the second quarter behind Amanda Bitzer and Kelley Phillips.

        Besides scoring a game-high 16 points, Phillips also grabbed 16 rebounds. Deborah Rise also had a double-double: 10 points and 10 rebounds. Crystal Davis led Wilmington with 14 points.

        WILMINGTON (43) — Shumaker 3 5 11, Williams 1 0 2, Dell 0 1 1, Hodson 2 0 4, Davis 6 2 14, Schaad 1 1 3, Thomspon 2 4 8. Totals: 15 13 43.

        GOSHEN (61) — Rise 5 0 10, Marsh 3 0 6, Polly 0 2 2, Jay 1 2 4, Martin 1 0 2, Bitzer 4 0 9, Scott 3 3 9, Pels 0 3 3, Phillips 4 8 16. Totals: 21 18 61.

        Wilmington ....... 11   4  14  14—43

        Goshen ....... 9  21  10  21—61

        3-pointers: G—Bitzer. Records: W 8-10, G 16-3, 10-3 FAVC Cardinal.

        • Kings 55, Loveland 31 — Sarah Fox scored all 15 of her points in the first half to lead the Knights (13-0 league) to their first-ever Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal division championship.

        Kelly McClung added 11 points for Kings.

        LOVELAND (31) — Bowman 2 1 5, Miller 3 0 6, Gage 1 0 2, Wilson 4 0 8, Bess 1 0 2, Sorge 4 0 8. Totals: 15 1 31.

        KINGS (55) — Feldmeyer 0 1 1, Heekin 3 0 6, Daugherty 1 1 3, Oliva 3 0 6, Roudabush 3 1 7, S. Fox 6 0 15, Bryant 1 0 2, McClung 4 3 11, L. Fox 0 2 2, Algie 1 0 2. Totals: 22 8 55.

        Loveland ....... 6   8   6  11—31

        Kings ....... 18  23   8   6—55

        3-pointers: K—S. Fox 3. Records: K 15-3 (FAVC 13-0).

        • Turpin 66, Winton Woods 61 (2 OT) — Kelly Anderson's free throw put the Spartans ahead for good with a minute left in the second overtime as Turpin earned its first Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division win of the season.

        Turpin senior guard Cara Biser hit a 3-pointer with four seconds left in regulation to force overtime. Her game-high 28 points were a career-high.

        Keisha Box scored a team-high 19 points for Winton Woods.

        WINTON WOODS (61) — O'Neal 1 0 2, Fletcher 5 2 14, Johnson 5 1 11, Box 7 4 19, Burton 0 3 3, Tinsley 5 0 10, Jackson 1 0 2. Totals: 24 10 61.

        TURPIN (66) — Arnett 4 2 11, Biser 10 6 28, Hensley 1 0 3, Anderson 4 6 14, Maue 2 1 5, Watts 2 0 4, Dietsch 0 1 1. Totals: 23 16 66.

        Winton Woods ....... 17  18   9   7  6  4—61

        Turpin ....... 10  10  21  10  6  9—66

        3-pointers: W — Fletcher 2, Box. T — Biser 2, Hensley, Arnett. Records: W 12-6 (9-4 FAVC Buckeye), T 3-16 (1-12 FAVC Buckeye).

        • Norwood 53, Lebanon 45 — Krisia Collins scored 11 of her game-high 19 points in the fourth quarter to lead Norwood to its first win of the season.

        The win was also Norwood first-ever over Lebanon. Jessica Evans added 11 points for Norwood. Sara Baillie paced Lebanon with 12 points.

        NORWOOD (53) — Evans 4 1 11, Thiebold 1 0 2, McCarthy 3 0 6, Cox 1 0 2, Hammond 1 2 4, Kassem 1 0 2, Collins 6 7 19, McCalla 2 3 7. Totals: 19 13 53.

        LEBANON (45) — Baillie 5 2 12, Ball 3 3 9, Siehl 3 0 7, Turner 1 2 4, Shaw 3 3 9, LeVan 2 0 4. Totals: 17 10 45.

        Norwood ....... 15  11   8  19—53

        Lebanon ....... 10   9  15  11—45

        3-pointers: N—Evans 2. L—Siehl. Records: N 1-18 (FAVC 1-12), L 6-13 (4-9).

        • Lakota West 39, Miamisburg 22 — Cara Wright scored 13 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for Lakota West.

        MIAMISBURG (22) — Campbell 1 3 5, Montgomery 1 0 2, Musser 2 0 4, Maxey 2 0 5, Arnett 3 0 6. Totals: 9 3 22.

        LAKOTA WEST (39) — Comisar 1 2 4, Nowicki 1 0 2, Swift 2 0 6, Wright 6 1 13, Carlberg 5 0 10, Eifert 1 0 2, Gostisha 1 0 2. Totals: 17 3 39.

        Miamisburg ....... 4   5   7  6—22

        Lakota West ....... 6  11  14  8—39

        3-pointers: M-Maxey; L-Swift 2. Records: M 10-8; L 15-3.

        • Seton 76, Bishop Ready 62 — Elise Meyer scored 10 of her 12 points in the second quarter to lead the Saints to a 36-25 halftime advantage.

        Julie Robbins, Amy Meyer and Amy Schiller also scored in double figures for Seton.

        BISHOP READY (62) — Sylvester 9 2 25, McQuade 3 3 9, Lee 5 6 17, Hackett 0 1 1, Cassidy 4 2 10. Totals: 21 14 62.

        SETON (76) — Day 1 0 3, Higgins 2 1 5, Kelsey 1 1 3, Kenney 4 0 9, Leonard 2 3 7, A. Meyer 3 4 10, E. Meyer 5 0 12, Robbins 5 5 16, Schiller 5 1 11. Totals: 28 15 76.

        Bishop Ready ....... 7  18  15  22—62

        Seton ....... 14  22  20  20—76

        3-pointers: B—Sylvester 5, Lee. S—Day, Kenney, E. Meyer 2, Robbins. Records: S 10-9, B 10-8.

        • Little Miami 50, Ross 34 Mary Werden and Courtney Balser (22 points) hit back-to-back 3-pointers in the third quarter to push the Panthers' lead to 10.

        Sara Wertman paced the Rams with 10 points.

        ROSS (34) — Bowman 1 0 3, Weisbecker 4 0 8, Guenther 1 0 2, Wagers 2 0 5, Wertman 4 2 10, Lange 2 1 5, Varner 0 1 1. Totals:14 4 34.

        LITTLE MIAMI (50) — Werden 3 0 7, Smiley 3 2 8, A.Balser 2 0 5, Richardson 4 0 8, C.Balser 9 1 22. Totals:21 3 50.

        Ross ....... 10  10   5   9—34

        Little Miami ....... 17   5  14  14—50

        3-pointers: R—Bowan, Wagers. LM—Werden, A.Balser, C.Balser 3 Records: R 3-13 (2-10 FAVC Cardinal), LM 15-4 (11-2).

        • Talawanda 50, West Carrollton 34 — Talawanda's Lisa Jacquemin scored 12 points and pulled in 11 rebounds to finish with a double-double. Sara Stevens had 11 points and nine rebounds.

        TALAWANDA (50) — Miller 1 1 3, Bulach 1 2 4, Keehner 4 1 9, Paternite 1 0 4, Jacquemin 6 0 12, Reimer 1 2 4, Bower 1 0 2, Schulte 1 1 3, Stevens 5 1 11. Totals: 21 8 50.

        WEST CARROLLTON (34) — McCord 1 2 4, Derringer 2 2 6, Hester 2 1 6, Tolle 1 0 2, Betisndorf 2 0 4, Dahlinghaus 4 4 12. Totals: 12 9 34.

        Talawanda ....... 11   9  18  12—50

        West Carrollton ....... 6  15   8   5—34

        3-pointers: W — Hester. Record: T 7-12 (5-7 MML).

        • Clinton-Massie 50, East Clinton 35 — McKenzie King scored all nine of her points in the third quarter to lead Clinton-Massie.

        Mindy Wood lead Clinton-Massie with 11 points, while Jessica Liming paced East Clinton with 14 points.

        EAST CLINTON (35) — Whittington 1 0 2, Liming 2 10 14, Caskey 1 0 2, Brunner 2 1 7, Howard 2 1 5, Richardson 2 0 5. Totals: 10 12 35.

        CLINTON-MASSIE (50) — L. Ferrau 3 0 6, Wilkinson 4 0 8, Brigano 2 1 5, D. Ferrau 1 1 3, King 2 5 9, Duncan 2 0 4, Wood 5 1 11, Fisher 2 0 4. Totals: 21 8 50.

        East Clinton ....... 5  10   6  14—35

        Clinton-Massie ....... 13  12  15  10—50

        3-pointers: E—Brunner 2, Richardson. Records: C 9-10 (KTC 5-6) E 4-14 (2-9).

        • Calvary Christian 48, Taylor 47 — Sarah Woods (17 points) made four free throws in the final minute to seal the win for Calvary Christian.

        Lisa VanBerkel added 13 points and 10 rebounds for Calvary. Christy Doll paced Taylor with 13 points.

        TAYLOR (47) — A. Gerwin 3 0 7, Doll 4 5 13, Rapking 2 0 4, K. Thinnes 2 0 4, L. Thinnes 2 1 5, Neihard 4 0 12, K. Gerwin 1 0 2, Smith 2 0 4. Totals: 19 6 47.

        CALVARY (48) — Woods 7 3 17, Blaine 4 6 14, Adams 0 4 4, VanBerkel 4 5 13. Totals: 15 18 48.

        Taylor ....... 11  11  11  14—47

        Calvary ....... 11   8  10  19—48

        3-pointers: T—A. Gerwin, Neihard 4. Records: C 16-4, T 7-11.

        • New Richmond 51, Ripley 36 — Brandi Loving and Jill Boys combined to score 17 second-half points to seal the win for the Lions.

        Boys finished with 14 points. Ashley Campbell led Ripley with 12 points.

        RIPLEY (36) — Rice 0 2 2, Adams 0 2 2, Campbell 2 8 12, Brandenburg 3 2 9, Short 4 0 9, Whaley 1 0 2. Totals: 10 14 36.

        NEW RICHMOND (51) — Coslett 3 0 6, Loving 1 7 9, DiGeronimo 2 0 6, Blair 1 1 3, Roush 1 0 2, Boys 5 4 14, Trees 1 2 4, Diesel 2 3 7. Totals: 16 17 51.

        Ripley ....... 6   6  10  14—36

        New Richmond ....... 12   6  14  19—51

        3-pointers: R—Brandenburg. N—DiGeronimo 2. Records: N 9-9, R 5-13.

        • Middletown 47, Lemon-Monroe 38 — The Middies converted 5-of-7 free throws in the final minute to seal the win.

        Brittany Shields scored 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for Middletown. Jackie Truett paced Lemon-Monroe with 15 points.

        LEMON-MONROE (38) — Markley 2 1 7, Sherard 3 1 7, Truett 3 9 15, Christopher 2 1 5, Morgan 1 2 4. Totals: 11 14 38.

        MIDDLETOWN (47) — Veatch 1 2 4, Weingartner 0 2 2, Shields 7 5 19, Thomas 5 0 10, Rupp 4 2 10, Russell 1 0 2. Totals: 18 11 47.

        Lemon-Monroe ....... 8  10  10  10—38

        Middletown ....... 14  10  12  11—47

        3-pointers: L—Markley 2. Records: M 3-15, L 3-15.

        • Cincinnati Christian 57, Middletown Christian 37 — Sarah Emerson scored seven of her 13 points in the third quarter to lead Cincinnati Christian.

        Emerson also grabbed 17 rebounds. Heather Lowe added 11 points for Cincinnatti Christian. Amber Breeding paced Middletown Christian with 12 points.

        MID. CHRISTIAN (37) — Bryon 1 0 3, Breeding 4 4 12, Allen 4 2 11, Fox 2 1 5, O'Bradovic 0 1 1, Huntsberger 2 0 5. Totals: 13 8 37.

        CIN. CHRISTIAN (57) — Baysore 4 0 8, Tillitz 3 1 10, Bashford 2 0 4, Becker 2 0 5, Fagin 1 2 4, Emerson 6 1 13, Smith 1 0 2, Lowe 4 3 11. Totals: 23 7 57.

        Mid. Christian ....... 8   8   4  17—37

        Cin. Christian ....... 14  13  15  15—57

        3-pointers: MC—Allen, Bryon, Huntsberger. CC—Tillitz 3, Becker. Records: C 10-7, M 8-8.

        • School for the Creative and Performing Arts 80, Silver Grove 63 — Kate Spickard scored a season-high 30 points, and SCPA set a school record for points in a game.

        Kasey Hill added a season-high 20 points, and she also had five steals and five assists for the Raiders.

        Lindsey Riley led the Lady Trains with 21 points.

        SCPA (80) — Spickard 11 6 30, Hill 7 4 20, Hoernschemeyer 2 0 4, Rintamaki 4 2 12, McKinney 1 0 2, John 2 0 4, Williams 3 0 6, Gordon 1 0 2. Totals: 30 12 80.

        SILVER GROVE (63) — Stortz 1 1 3, Snipes 0 1 1, Joering 3 0 6, Riley 5 8 21, Bass 1 9 11, Davidson 3 1 8, Iles 3 2 8, Lafonette 2 1 5. Totals: 18 23 63.

        SCPA ....... 27  20  19  14—80

        Silver Grove ....... 11  21  20  11—63

        3-pointers: SC — Spickard, Hill, Rintamaki 2. SG — Riley 3, Davidson. Records: SC 12-5, SG 5-12.

        • Fairfield 45, Princeton 42 — Wanish Smith's 3-pointer with 4:14 left in the game gave Fairfield a 43-37 lead.

        Smith hit all three of her 3-pointers on her way to a game-high 26 points. She also had 11 rebounds. Pam Smith scored 14 points and had 17 rebounds to lead the Lady Vikings.

        PRINCETON (42) — Davis 3 0 9, McNamara 2 0 5, Skoog 2 0 4, Keown 1 1 3, Duncan 2 3 7, Smith 7 0 14. Totals: 17 4 42.

        FAIRFIELD (45) — Buczek 1 0 2, Smith 10 3 26, Davenport 1 0 2, Taylor 2 0 4, Carty 4 0 9, Hauck 1 0 2. Totals: 19 3 45.

        Princeton ....... 11  10  14  7—42

        Fairfield ....... 17  4  15  9—45

        3-pointers: P — Davis 3, McNamara 1. F — Smith 3, Carty 1.

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