Wednesday, February 07, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


McNicholas girls wrap up GGCL Gray title

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Sophomore Betsey Clark hit a free throw with .05 on the clock and McNicholas beat Purcell Marian 53-52 Tuesday to clinch the Girls Greater Catholic League Gray Division title.

        Ashley Clark scored eight of her 12 points in the first half to help the Rockets open up a 17-point lead in the second quarter.

        The loss was Purcell Marian's third straight.

        McNICHOLAS (53) — Flammer 1 0 2, Hornschemeier 3 2 8, B. Clark 1 1 3, A. Clark 6 0 12, J. Brering 1 0 2, Oberschmidt 5 2 12, K. Breving 4 6 14. Totals: 21 11 53.

        PURCELL MARIAN (52) — Hale 5 0 11, Finnell 9 5 23, Walters 0 1 1, P. White 4 0 8, Reese 2 0 4, A. White 1 3 5. Totals: 21 9 52.

        McNicholas ....... 18  12  8  15—53

        Purcell Marian ....... 6  17  17  12—52

        3-pointers: P — Hale. Records: M 14-6 (7-1 GGCL Gray), P 15-5 (5-3 GGCL Gray).

Girls Greater Cincinnati League
               • Mercy 59, McAuley 30 — Erin Mullen (nine points) and Maria Dehne (eight) combined to score 17 points in the second half to rally the Bobcats.

        MERCY (59) — Mullen 2 4 9, Obert 2 2 6, Brunner 1 0 3, Stern 4 0 8, Zerilla 3 3 9, Dehne 4 1 10, Rutherford 1 0 2, Heintz 1 0 3, M. Clavier 1 0 2, Wolf 2 2 6, J. Clavier 0 1 1. Totals: 21 13 59.

        MCAULEY (30) — Sullivan 0 1 1, Rack 1 0 2, Hoffman 2 2 7, Lichtenfeld 4 0 10, Kampschmidt 2 2 6, Rosing 2 0 4. Totals: 11 5 30.

        Mercy ....... 12  14  17  16—59

        McAuley ....... 14   8   4   4—30

        3-pointers: Mercy-Mullen, Brunner, Dehne, Heintz; McC-Hoffman, Lichtenfeld 2. Records: Mercy 15-4, 8-2 GCL; McC 10-9, 2-8.

        • Seton 64, St. Ursula 56 — Junior guard Julie Robbins scored 12 points in the first quarter and 20 in the first half when the Saints took a 38-35 lead. She finished with 26 points.

        ST. URSULA (56) — Schroeder 2 0 5, Naltner 3 2 8, Grogan 4 0 8, Mahon 7 8 25, Connaughton 4 2 10. Totals: 20 12 56.

        SETON (64) — Day 1 0 2, Higgins 1 0 2, Kelsey 2 1 5, Kenney 3 0 6, Leonerd 1 0 2, E. Meyer 6 2 15, Robbins 9 7 26, Schiller 2 2 6. Totals: 25 12 64.

        St. Ursula ....... 17  18  13   8—56

        Seton ....... 24  14  12  14—64

        3-pointers: St-Schroeder, Mahon 3; S-E. Meyer, Robbins. Records: St 9-11 (4-6 GGCL); S 11-9 (6-4 GGCL).

        • Ursuline 62, Mount Notre Dame 49 — Maria Walker hit two of her 3-pointers during a 20-9 third-quarter run that broke open the game.

        URSULINE (62) — Obert 8 3 20, Klein 3 1 8, S. Blackburn 2 0 4, Burke 1 0 2, Davren 3 0 6, Polimeni 2 0 4, Walker 4 3 14, Campbell 2 0 4. Totals: 25 7 62.

        MT. NOTRE DAME (49) — Rohlss 1 0 2, Holthaus 1 0 2, Hogan 1 0 2, Nahrup 5 0 12, Thomas 6 5 19, Cook 2 0 4, Douthit 1 0 2, Braun 3 0 6. Totals: 20 5 49.

        Ursuline ....... 10  18  20  14—62

        Mt. Notre Dame ....... 12  13  9  15—49

        3-pointers: U — Walker 3, Obert, Klein. M — Nahrup, Thomas 2. Records: U 11-9 (6-4 GGCL Scarlet), M 9-10 (3-7 GGCL Scarlet).

        • Roger Bacon 56, Kettering Alter 45 — A 23-2 run helped the Spartans earn the victory.

        Julie Metz grabbed a career-high 16 rebounds for the Spartans, and Ellie Hazelbaker grabbed 10.

        KETTERING ALTER (45) — Ruschau 2 0 4, Heaton 0 7 7, Thompson 4 2 10, Storer 3 3 9, Rindler 2 0 4, Davis 2 0 4, Brown 3 0 7. Totals: 16 12 45.

        ROGER BACON (56) — Byrd 1 1 4, Zins 1 0 2, Kelly 0 2 2, Metz 9 3 21, Hazelbaker 7 8 22, Holden 1 1 3, Sorter 1 0 2. Totals: 20 15 56.

        Kettering Alter ....... 14  11   6  14—45

        Roger Bacon ....... 14  10  17  15—56

        3-pointers: K-Brown; R-Byrd. Records: K 12-7 (2-6 GGCL); R 8-10 (3-6 GGCL).

Cincinnati Hills League
               • Wyoming 80, Finneytown 23 — Laura Verhaeghe scored 10 of the first 11 points and Marie McCarthy added 12, triggering a 28-5 run in the first quarter as Wyoming earned at least a tie for the Cincinnati Hills League title.

        McCarthy led all scorers with 18 points.

        WYOMING (80) — Schmidt 1 0 2, Hoyles 4 0 8, Verhaeghe 8 0 16, McCarthy 8 2 18, Berkemeyer 0 1 1, Bell 1 0 2, McGee 4 0 13, Loper 3 3 9, McKinn 1 1 3, Mowry 1 0 2, Wirtz 2 0 4, Harris 1 0 2. Totals: 34 7 80.

        FINNEYTOWN (23) — Neher 2 1 5, Lorber 1 0 2, Warner 0 2 2, Bond 1 0 2, Croley 2 0 4, Schmidt 0 2 2, Gardner 2 0 6. Totals: 8 5 23.

        Wyoming ....... 28  16  20  16—80

        Finneytown ....... 5   8   3   7—23

        3-pointers: W—McGee 3. F—Gardner 2. Records: W 15-2 (CHL 11-1), F 3-15 (2-11).

        • Madeira 48, Read ing 25 — Junior forward Amanda Davis had game highs of 22 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Amazons.

        READING (25) — Murphy 2 4 9, Sippola 1 0 2, Irwin 1 0 2, Dixon 0 1 1, Gee 1 1 4, Lawson 3 1 7. Totals: 8 7 25.

        MADEIRA (48) — Barnhill 2 0 5, Rupe 4 0 8, Davis 9 4 22, Gratsch 3 1 7, Barnhart 2 2 6. Totals: 20 7 48.

        Reading ....... 7   5   7   6—25

        Madeira ....... 11  15  16   6—48

        3-pointers: R-Murphy, Gee; M-Barnhill. Records: M 16-3, 11-2 CHL; R 8-11, 5-8.

        • Indian Hill 68, Taylor 60 — Erin Schmidt hit four free throws in the closing 2:30 to help Indian Hill hold on.

        Schmidt finished with 30 points to lead all scorers.

        INDIAN HILL (68) — Crook 4 0 8, Ellis 0 2 2, David 3 1 10, Schmidt 9 7 30, Tepe 2 3 7, VonLehman 1 0 2, Forbes 3 3 9. Totals: 22 16 68.

        TAYLOR (60) — Neidhard 0 1 1, A. Gerwin 3 2 9, Doll 2 7 11, Poynter 7 1 17, Smith 1 0 2, Rapking 4 2 10, K. Gerwin 5 0 10. Totals: 22 13 60.

        Indian Hill ....... 11  30  15  12—68

        Taylor ....... 13  11  19  17—60

        3-pointers: IH—David 3, Schmidt 5. T—A. Gerwin, Poynter 2. Records: IH 12-6 (CHL 6-6), T 7-12 (4-9).

        • Mariemont 68, Deer Park 29 Sophomore guard Liz Kauffmann tied a career high with four 3-pointers. Kauffmann hit all of her 3-pointers in the first half and scored 17 of her game-high 19 points in the second.

        DEER PARK (29)—Eigel 1 1 4, Mally 1 0 2, Dennis 2 0 4, Jen Houston 0 1 1, Jess Houston 0 1 1, Wilson 3 2 9, Miskimens 2 2 6, Jetter 1 0 2. Totals:10 7 29.

        MARIEMONT (68)—Kauffmann 6 3 19, R.Potts 3 0 6, L.Potts 5 0 10, Perry 1 3 5, Pember 5 1 11, Brown 2 5 9, Hook 1 0 2, Rogers 3 0 6. Totals:26 12 68.

        Deer Park ....... 7   8   7   7—29

        Mariemont ....... 17  21  18  12—68

        3-pointers:DP—Eigel, Wilson. M—Kauffmann 4. Records:DP 2-17 (0-13 CHL), M 16-2 (10-2).

Greater Miami Conference
               • Oak Hills 76, Milford 55 — Senior Stacey Fehr scored a career-high 16 points to lead the Lady Scots, the No.1 team in the Enquirer's Division I coaches poll.

        Oak Hills remained in a three-way tie with Lakota West and Colerain for the Greater Miami Conference lead. The Lady Scots wrap up their regular season Thursday at Princeton.

        MILFORD (55) — Gaible 2 10 14, Richmond 6 4 16, Gardner 2 1 5, Jack 1 0 2, Hrovat 6 1 14, Thomas 1 0 2, Kinder 1 0 2. Totals: 19 16 55.

        OAK HILLS (76) — Rosenberger 1 0 2, Fehr 5 3 16, Lack 4 1 9, Cornelius 5 0 12, Kluesener 2 1 5, Sauers 2 0 4, Woodrey 1 0 3, Dietrich 0 2 2, Laug 4 3 11, Holmes 5 2 12. Totals: 29 12 76.

        Milford ....... 16  13  9  17—55

        Oak Hills ....... 18  14  22  22—76

        3-pointers: M — Hrovat. O - Fehr 3, Cornelius 2, Woodrey. Records: M 6-13 (5-10 GMC), O 17-2 (13-2 GMC) .

        • Lakota West 45, Hamilton 27 — Cara Wright single-handedly outscored Hamilton 7-6 in the first quarter, 5-2 in the second and 9-8 in the third en route to scoring 23 points. She also had 12 rebounds, three blocks and four steals.

        HAMILTON (27) — Delong 3 0 7, Brosey 2 1 5, Marshall 4 0 8, Fox 1 0 2, Vance 0 3 3, Riegart 1 0 2. Totals: 11 4 27.

        LAKOTA WEST (45) — Steciow 2 0 4, Comisar 1 0 2, Nowicki 0 1 1, Swift 2 2 6, Wright 10 3 23, Carlberg 2 0 4, Eisert 1 0 2, Wallden 0 1 1, Podvin 1 0 2. Totals: 19 7 45.

        Hamilton ....... 6   2   8  11—27

        Lakota West ....... 7  13  13  12—45

        3-pointers: H-Delong 1. Records: H 4-15 (2-13 GMC), L 16-3 (13-2).

        • Sycamore 46, Lakota East 30 — Jessica Fitzwilson scored six of her 11 points in the fourth quarter to help Sycamore pull away.

        The Thunderhawks tied the game 21-21 midway through the third quarter, but the Aviators outscored them 25-9 the rest of the way.

        SYCAMORE (46) — Frank 1 0 2, Jes. Fitzwilson 3 5 11, Goure 0 4 4, Schwerdtmann 5 0 10, Kimmey 1 1 3, Jen. Fitzwilson 4 2 10, Bogenchutz 0 1 1, Ebel 2 0 4, Pennington 1 0 2. Totals: 17 13 47.

        LAKOTA EAST (30) — Andrea 1 0 2, Wyckoff 1 0 2, Williams 5 1 11, Lee 0 1 1, Nollen 1 2 4, Estes 5 0 10. Totals: 13 4 30.

        Sycamore ....... 12  9  8  18—46

        Lakota East ....... 9  6  10  5—30

        Records: S 9-9 (7-8 GMC), L 6-11 (4-11 GMC).

        • Colerain 60, Middletown 41 — Temisha Bankston made two 3-pointers in the second quarter to lead Colerain to a 11-point halftime lead.

        Colerain's Katie Haggard led all scorers with 14 points.

        MIDDLETOWN (41) — Weingartner 2 3 8, Shields 4 0 8, Roberts 1 1 3, Thomas 2 0 4, Rupp 4 0 8, Mack 0 1 1, Bond 1 2 4, Russell 0 5 5. Totals: 14 12 41.

        COLERAIN (60) — Hailey 3 3 9, Croxton 1 0 2, Light 0 2 2, Kinamore 2 5 9, Jones 0 2 2, Haggard 5 4 14, Wessel 3 0 8, Mohler 1 1 3, Bankston 3 0 9, Grace 1 0 2. Totals: 19 17 60.

        Middletown ....... 16  10   7   8—41

        Colerain ....... 20  17   9  14—60

        3-pointers: M—Weingartner. C—Wessel 2, Bankston 3. Records: C 15-4 (GMC 13-2).

Queen City Conference
               • Woodward 44, Aiken 40 — Tiffany Jones scored the go-ahead field goal with a minute remaining and Karita Johnson iced the win with two foul shots.

        WOODWARD (44) — Johnson 5 2 14, Diggers 5 1 11, Jones 4 1 9, Lillard 0 2 2, Bradlog 2 0 4, Love 0 2 2, Williams 1 0 2. Totals: 17 8 44.

        AIKEN (40) — Carter 5 1 14, A. Satterwhite 3 3 9, Dickerson 1 0 2, T. Satterwhite 3 0 6, Hodge 2 1 5, Byrd 1 1 3, Moseley 1 0 2. Totals: 16 6 40.

        Woodward ....... 9  14  12  9—44

        Aiken ....... 6  7  15  12—40

        3-pointers: Woodward: Johnson (2) Aiken: Carter (2). Recoords W-4-13 (3-11 QCC); A-0-18 (0-15 QCC).

        • Hughes 62, Withrow 36 — Hughes extended its winning streak to four games behind 18 points from Leslie Burns. Tonika Bridges added 14 points.

        WITHROW (36) — Willis 1 0 2, Hampton 1 0 2, Pryor 1 0 2, Collins 6 0 14, Williams 0 2 2, Richardson 6 2 14. Totals: 15 4 36.

        HUGHES (62) — Joiner 1 0 2, Johnson 1 3 5, Davis 1 5 7, Everson 3 1 7, Burns 8 2 18, Bridges 6 0 14, Moore 2 1 5, Watts 2 0 4. Totals: 24 12 62.

        Withrow ....... 8  11  5  12—36

        Hughes ....... 7  17  17  21—62

        3-pointers: W — Collins 2. H — Bridges 2. Records: W 7-12 (6-7 QCC), H 16-3 (13-0 QCC).

        • Mount Healthy 49, Walnut Hills 44 — Walnut Hills was within one point midway through the fourth quarter when three straight turnovers resulted in six unanswered Mount Healthy points.

        Senior guard April Simmons had a game-high 22 points, including seven in the pivotal second quarter to lead Mount Healthy. Lakisha Brewer added 12 points.

        Walnut Hills had three players in foul trouble early.

        Katie Antle, playing with a bad back, paced Walnut Hills with nine points and grabbed six rebounds.

        MOUNT HEALTHY (49) — Brewer 5 2 12, Grant 1 2 4, Simmons 7 6 22, Johnson 1 3 5, Leahy 0 1 1, Folino 1 0 3, Bowden 1 0 2. Totals: 16 14 49.

        WALNUT HILLS (44) — Antle 2 4 9, Wilson 4 0 8, Martin 2 2 6, Turner 1 1 4, Moon 1 0 3, Greene 2 3 7, Lajeunesse 2 1 5, Fennell 1 0 2. Totals: 15 11 44.

        Mt. Healthy ....... 6  14   9  20—49

        Walnut Hills ....... 8   6  12  18—44

        3-pointers: WH—Antle, Turner, Moon. MH— Simmons 2, Folino. Records: WH 10-9 (QCC 9-4), MH 10-9 (9-4).

        • Western Hills 61, Taft 51 Senior forward Kiza Bullock and senior center Allison Goodrich broke open the game for the Mustangs in the third quater when each scored eight points. Bullock had 13 rebounds to go with her career-high 27 points.

        Freshmen Ebony Raglaid and Krystal Clark scored 19 and 20 points respectively for the Senators.

        WESTERN HILLS (61)—S.Tolliver 1 0 2, R.Tolliver 3 5 13, Goodrich 8 1 17, Bullock 11 5 27, Burnam 1 0 2. Totals: 24 11 61.

        TAFT (51)—Clark 9 1 20, Sneed 2 0 4, Jennings 3 1 7, Raglaid 7 3 19, Woods 0 1 1. Totals: 21 6 51.

        Western Hills ....... 15  11  21  14—61

        Taft ....... 14   8  15  14—51

        3-pointers:WH—R.Tolliver 2. T—Clark, Raglaid 2. Records:WH 10-9 (8-5 QCC).

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