Tuesday, February 06, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


CHCA ties for league lead with CCD

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy avenged a December overtime loss to Cincinnati Country Day with a 50-39 victory Monday that put CHCA into a first-place tie with CCD in the Miami Valley Conference.

        The Eagles took control in the third quarter. Brooke Holman scored six quick points allowing the Eagles to outscore CCD 19-8.

        Holman and Kristen Humphrey each scored 11 points. Humphrey added nine steals and six rebounds.

        CCD (39) — Vierling 3 2 8, Woods 3 1 7, Baker 3 2 8, Reiber 2 2 6, Fitzhugh 0 3 3, Geier 2 0 5, Stinson 0 2 2. Totals: 13 12 39.

        CHCA (50) — Shipley 4 0 10, Snyder 2 0 4, Holman 4 2 11, Nichols 2 3 7, Bowden 0 1 1, Humphrey 4 3 11, Trenz 3 0 6. Totals: 19 9 50.

        CCD ....... 13   5   8  13—39

        CHCA ....... 10  12  19   9—50

        3-pointers: CCD—Geier. CHCA—Shipley 2, Holman. Records: CHCA 16-3 (MVC 13-2), CCD 16-3 (13-2).

        • Georgetown 52, Batavia 40 — Georgetown's win coupled with Felicity's loss to Hillsboro allowed the Lady G-men to clinch the Southern Buckeye Conference National Division championship.

        Georgetown's Katie Chadwell scored five of her 16 points in the third quarter, including a 3-pointer at the buzzer, to help Georgetown overcome a five-point halftime deficit.

        BATAVIA (40) — Weidner 4 0 10, Swart 2 2 6, Crooker 1 2 4, Stout 2 1 5, Lowe 1 0 2, Wehrum 6 0 13. Totals: 16 5 40.

        GEORGETOWN (52) — Cahall 2 3 8, Miller 2 9 13, Workman 0 2 2, DeClaire 1 0 2, Brown 2 1 5, A. Chadwell 2 2 6, K. Chadwell 7 0 16. Totals: 16 17 52.

        Batavia ....... 15  12  5  8—40

        Georgetown ....... 9  13  16  14—520

        3-pointers: B — Weidner 2, Wehrum. G — K. Chadwell 2, Cahall. Records: B 10-8 (6-4 SBC), G 14-6 (10-2 SBC).

        • Hillsboro 68, Felicity 56 — Missy Marsh scored 16 of her 21 points in the second half to help Hillsboro hold on to a 12-point halftime lead.

        Candace Hall led Felicity with 16, and Cassie Hall added 15.

        HILLSBORO (68) — Hess 3 2 10, Butler 4 2 10, Marsh 10 1 21, Pence 0 2 2, Wright 0 2 2, Blair 4 2 10, Cannon 1 0 2, Walker 4 3 11. Totals: 26 14 68.

        FELICITY (56) — Bell 2 1 6, Wehrum 2 1 5, Easter 1 4 6, Keller 2 4 8, Cas. Hall 7 0 15, Can. Hall 7 2 16. Totals: 21 12 56.

        Hillsboro ....... 17  16  17  18—68

        Felicity ....... 12   9  20  15—56

        3-pointers: H—Hess 2. F—Bell, Cas. Hall. Records: H 13-5 (SBC 8-2), F 12-7 (8-3).

        • Kings 68, Edgewood 25 — Sarah Fox scored 22 of her game-high 27 points in the first half to help the Knights overwhelm Edgewood.

        Shannon Heekin also reached double figures with 12 points for Kings, the No.6 team in the Enquirer's Divisions II-IV coaches poll.

        Shandar Hoskins was the only Edgewood player to reach double figures with 10 points.

        EDGEWOOD (25) — Beiser 0 1 1, Hoskins 2 6 10, McIntosh 2 3 7, Bennett 1 0 2, Bunger 0 1 1, Edens 0 2 2, Osborne 1 0 2. Totals: 6 13 25.

        KINGS (68) — Selasky 1 3 5, Feldmeyer 1 4 6, Heekin 5 0 12, Daugherty 0 2 2, Gallo 1 0 2, S. Fox 9 6 27, McClung 1 2 4, L. Fox 4 0 9, Algie 0 1 1. Totals: 22 18 68.

        Edgewood ....... 5  7  10  3—25

        Kings ....... 18  25  5  20—68

        3-pointers: K — S. Fox 3, Heekin 2, L. Fox. Records: E 9-7, K 16-3.

        • Cincinnati Christian 58, New Miami 33 — Cincinnati Christian clinched a winning record for the first time in the 25-year history of the program.

        Sophomore center Sarah Emerson had 10 points and 11 rebounds, and sophomore forward Heather Lowe recorded 10 points and 10 rebounds. The double-double was Emerson's eighth of the season.

        Aubrey Ritchie led New Miami with 10 points.

        NEW MIAMI (33) — McNabb 1 0 3, Robinson 1 0 3, Broshear 2 0 5, Proffitt 3 0 6, Faulkner 1 4 6, Ritchie 3 4 10. Totals: 11 8 33.

        CINCINNATI CHRISTIAN (58) — Baysore 4 0 8, Tillitz 4 2 12, Bashford 4 0 8, Becker 3 0 6, Fagin 1 0 2, Emerson 5 0 10, Smith 0 2 2, Lowe 5 0 10. Totals: 26 4 58.

        New Miami ....... 3  10  14  6—33

        Cincinnati Christian ....... 14  8  22  14—58

        3-pointers: N — McNabb, Robinson, Broshear. C — Tillitz 2. Records: N 0-17, C 11-7.

        • Seven Hills 44, Summit Country Day 32 — Sophomore guard Tyler McIlwraith scored a game-high 21 points.

        Lauren Hoeck led the Silver Knights with eight points.

        SUMMIT COUNTRY DAY (32) — Hoeck 3 2 8, Conners 2 0 4, Haas 2 0 4, Ulmer 3 0 6, Lydon 2 0 4, Bunch 1 2 4, Kief 1 0 2. Totals: 14 4 32.

        SEVEN HILLS (44) — Kahle 1 0 2, Howard 1 1 3, Burton 3 0 6, Robertson 2 1 5, Fiore 1 0 2, Mirkopulos 1 0 2, Hamlon 1 1 3, McIlwraith 6 8 21. Totals: 16 11 44.

        Summit Country Day ....... 9  11  6  6—32

        Seven Hills ....... 14  7  14  9—44

        3-pointers: SH — McIlwraith. Records: SCD 9-10 (6-9 MVC), SH 7-12 (7-8 MVC).

        • New Richmond 56, Clermont NE 48 — New Richmond sank eight of 10 free throws in the fourth quarter to seal the outcome.

        Stephanie Roy led all scorers for Clermont NE with 27.

        Brandi Loving and Angela DiGeronimo each scored 18 for the Lions. DiGeronimo matched her school record with five 3-pointers.

        CLERMONT NE (48) — Roy 11 4 27, Smither 4 0 8, Miller 1 0 2, Cunningham 0 1 1, Creamer 3 2 8, Werner 1 0 2. Totals: 22 7 48.

        NEW RICHMOND (56) — Coslett 3 0 6, Loving 6 5 18, DiGeronimo 5 3 18, Horn 1 4 6, Painter 1 2 4, Blair 2 0 4. Totals: 18 14 56.

        Clermont NE ....... 9  13  17   9—48

        New Richmond ....... 8  16  16  16—56

        3-pointers: C—Roy. NR—Loving, DiGeronimo 5. Records: N 10-9 (SBC 6-4), C 7-12 (2-8).

        • Bethel-Tate 41, Williamsburg 36 — Brooke Howe led Bethel with 11 points. Jennifer Ferguson scored 15 to pace Williamsburg.

        WILLIAMSBURG (36) — Ferguson 6 1 15, Turkelson 4 0 10, Schneider 3 1 7, Morris 1 0 2, Hayes 1 0 2. Totals: 15 2 36.

        BETHEL-TATE (41) — Beck 3 0 6, Burton 1 3 5, Canter 4 0 9, Jasontek 2 0 4, Collins 1 4 6, Howe 4 3 11. Totals: 15 10 41.

        Williamsburg ....... 7  7   7  15—36

        Bethel-Tate ....... 9  9  12  11—41

        3-pointers: B—Canter. W—Ferguson 2, Turkelson 2. Records: W 1-16 (SBC 0-10), B 3-16 (2-9).

        • North College Hill 64, Landmark Christian 42 Michele Miller scored a team-high 19 points and grabbed 17 rebounds for NCH.

        Amber Flynn scored seven of her 16 points in the second quarter for the Trojans. She also had 14 rebounds.

        Landmark Christian's Codi Jaeger led all scorers with 20 points.

        LANDMARK CHRISTIAN (42) — Oliver 1 1 3, Spears 1 0 2, Jaeger 6 7 20, Am. Sebastian 2 0 5, An. Sebastian 4 1 9, Gresham 1 1 3. Totals: 15 10 42.

        NORTH COLLEGE HILL (64) — L. Johnson 6 5 15, Goldmas 4 1 10, Lovette 1 0 2, Flynn 5 6 16, Miller 6 7 19. Totals: 22 19 64.

        Landmark Christian ....... 13  8  14  7—42

        North College Hill ....... 11  15  14  24—64

        3-pointers: L — Jaeger, A. Sebastian. N — Goldmas. Records: L 14-5 (10-5 MVC), N 15-4 (12-3 MVC).

        • Winton Woods 80, Aiken 18 — Monica Tinsley scored a season-high 22 points and Amorah Johnson led all scorers with 24 points for the Warriors.

        Alexandrie Alexandria Satterwhite led the Falcons with six points.

        AIKEN (18) — A. Satterwhite 3 0 6, Gebreab 1 0 2, Byrd 2 0 4, Dickenson 1 0 2, T. Satterwhite 2 0 4. Totals: 9 0 18.

        WINTON WOODS (80) — O'Neal 1 1 3, Fletcher 3 0 6, Johnson 11 2 24, Burton 2 1 5, Brown 3 1 7, Ross 1 0 2, Tinsley 10 2 22, Jackson 3 5 11. Totals: 34 12 80.

        Aiken ....... 6  0  4  8—18

        Winton Woods ....... 22  18  15  25—80

        Records: A 0-17, W 13-6.

        • School for the Creative and Performing Arts 54, Lloyd 39 — SCPA's pressure defense forced 15 first-half Lloyd turnovers. Kasey Hill led SCPA with 15 points and eight steals. Erin Hoernschemeyer added 12 points.

        LLOYD (39) — Vance 5 0 10, Marshall 1 0 2, Jenkins 1 1 3, Wear 2 0 4, Crouthers 1 1 3, Merritt 1 0 2, Fields 3 3 9, P. Marshall 2 0 6. Totals: 16 5 39.

        SCPA (54) — Spickard 2 5 9, Hill 5 5 15, Hoernschemeyer 4 3 12, Rintamaki 2 1 6, John 3 0 6, Gordon 3 0 6. Totals: 19 14 54.

        Lloyd ....... 8   5  14  12—39

        SCPA ....... 19  15  10  10—54

        3-pointers: L—Marshall 2. S—Hoernschemeyer, Rintamaki. Records: S 13-5, L 4-13.

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