Friday, February 09, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Three schools share GMC title

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Colerain, Lakota West and Oak Hills will share the Greater Miami Conference girls basketball championship after victories Thursday night.

        Wyoming wrapped up the Cincinnati Hills League title for the 12th consecutive season and Kings won its first-ever Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal Division championship.

        The only area team to finish the regular season undefeated was Eastern Brown at 20-0.

Greater Miami Conference

        • Oak Hills 54, Princeton 45 — Stacey Fehr hit three fourth-quarter 3-pointers to lead Oak Hills. The game was tied 31-31 after three quarters.

        OAK HILLS (54) — Kluesener 1 6 8, Sauers 3 0 8, Cornelius 1 0 2, Fehr 5 1 16, Lack 1 0 2, Dietrich 1 5 7, Laug 2 1 5, Holmes 1 4 6. Totals: 15 17 54.

        PRINCETON (45) — Davis 2 3 8, McNamara 4 0 10, Skoog 2 0 5, Keown 1 0 2, James 3 2 8, Duncan 2 2 6, Smith 3 0 6. Totals: 17 7 45.

        Oak Hills ....... 2  17  12  23—54

        Princeton ....... 15   6  10  14—45

        3-pointers: O—Sauers 2, Fehr 5. P—Davis, McNamara 2, Skoog. Records: O 18-2 (GMC 14-2), P 10-9 (9-7).

        Lakota West 65, Milford 38 — Senior center Cara Wright was 7-of-7 from the field in the first quarter to spark the Firebirds to a 24-3 lead.

        Lakota West shot 18-of-22 from the field in the first half. Wright finished with 29 points, 12 rebounds and eight blocks.

        Jen Hrovat led Milford with 19.

        LAKOTA WEST (65) — Steciow 2 0 4, Comisar 2 3 7, Tyburski 1 0 2, Montgomery 1 0 2, Swift 4 0 8, Scrudato 0 1 1, Wright 14 1 29, Carlberg 3 2 8, Eifert 2 0 4. Totals: 29 7 65.

        MILFORD (38) — Jack 2 0 4, Hrovat 5 6 19, Gaible 1 1 3, Richmond 2 5 10, Gardner 0 1 1, Gullman 0 1 1. Totals: 11 14 38.

        Lakota West ....... 24  13  16  12—65

        Milford ....... 3  11  10  14—38

        3-pointers: M—Hrovat, Richmond. Records: M 6-14 (GMC 5-11).

        • Colerain 67, Fairfield 55 — The Cardinals trailed 47-30 with 2:28 to play in the third quarter but went on an 18-0 run led by Quanita Hailey, who scored 10 of her 24 points at that time.

        Wanisha Smith paced Fairfield with 29 points and nine rebounds.

        FAIRFIELD (55) — Buczek 3 0 6, Smith 10 9 29, Davenport 3 0 7, Taylor 1 2 4, Carty 2 2 7, Lautenslager 1 0 2. Totals: 20 13 55.

        COLERAIN (67) — Hailey 9 6 24, Croxton 6 2 14, Haggard 4 0 9, Wessel 2 2 8, Mahler 2 0 4, Bankston 2 2 7, Grace 0 1 1. Totals: 25 13 67.

        Fairfield ....... 15  14  18   8—55

        Colerain ....... 6  18  18  25—67

        3-pointers:F—Davenport, Carty, C—Haggard, Wessel 2, Bankston. Records: C 16-4 (14-2 GMC).

        • Middletown 49, Sycamore 47 — Brittany Shields hit a 10-foot jumper with 12 seconds left and Amber Beatsch followed with an insurance free throw to give Middletown its first GMC win since 1997.

        Sycamore junior guard Jenny Kimmey led all scorers with 14 points.

        SYCAMORE (47) — Frank 5 0 11, Fitzwilson 1 0 2, Schwerdtmann 2 4 8, Kimmey 4 2 14, Bogenschultz 1 0 2, Ebel 3 0 6, Pennington 2 0 4. Totals: 18 6 47.

        MIDDLETOWN (49) — Beatch 1 1 3, Weingartner 3 0 7, Shields 5 1 11, Thomas 2 1 5, Rupp 3 1 7, Mack 2 0 4, Bond 2 0 4, Russell 2 0 4, Young 2 0 4. Totals: 22 4 49.

        Sycamore ....... 14  9  15  9—47

        Middletown ....... 11  9  18  11—49

        3-pointers: S — Kimmey 4, Frank. M — Weingartner. Record: M 4-16 (1-15 GMC).

        • Lakota East 48, Hamilton 29 — Jenny Andrea and Angela Estes each had six third-quarter points for Lakota East.

        The Thunderhawks' Erin Lee scored 21 points.

        D.J. DeLong led Hamilton with eight points.

        LAKOTA EAST (48) — Andrea 2 0 6, Wyckoff 0 1 1, Williams 2 0 4, Lee 6 9 21, Webb 2 0 4, Estes 5 2 12. Totals: 17 12 48.

        HAMILTON (29) — DeLong 2 4 8, Rosey 2 0 4, Marshall 2 2 6, Booker 1 0 2, Fox 2 0 4, Brown 2 1 5. Totals: 11 7 29.

        Lakota East ....... 6  12  16  14—48

        Hamilton ....... 13  10   2   4—29

        3-pointers: L-Andrea 2. Records: L 7-13 (5-11 GMC), H 4-16 (2-14).

FAVC Buckeye Division
        • Mason 53, Northwest 35 — Senior guard Jere Issenmann made four of her five 3-pointers in the first quarter, when the Comets took a 21-17 lead. Mason senior Michelle Munoz scored 15 points.

        MASON (53) — Stein 0 1 1, Minnich 7 2 16, Shull 1 0 2, Issenmann 6 2 19, Munoz 6 3 15. Totals: 20 8 53.

        NORTHWEST (35) — B. Meister 3 3 9, Cuhn 0 2 2, Jared 3 0 6, S. Meister 2 1 6, Dobrowolski 2 0 4, Dakin 4 0 8. Totals: 14 6 35

        Mason ....... 21  8  12  12—53

        Northwest ....... 17  7   5   6—35

        3-pointers: M-Issenmann 5; N—S. Meister. Records: M 15-5 (13-1 FAVC); N 7-13 (4-10)

        • Amelia 61, Glen Este 52 — Robin Davidson scored 17 of her game-high 21 points in the first three quarters to help Amelia open up a 15-point bulge. Glen Este fought back to tie the game with five minutes left behind Sarah Dorsch, who led the Trojans with 15 points. Kristen Votapek scored six of her 11 points in the fourth quarter for Amelia.

        GLEN ESTE (52) — Kools 3 1 7, Dorsch 4 6 15, Pennington 3 2 8, Riley 2 0 6, Thomas 1 0 2, Appleton 1 0 2, Gee 1 0 3, Nickum 3 2 9. Totals: 18 11 52.

        AMELIA (61) — Votapek 3 4 11, Gillespie 4 3 12, Davidson 9 3 21, Guinan 4 0 10, Emmert 2 1 5, Cammeresi 1 0 2. Totals: 23 11 61.

        Glen Este ....... 11  9  13  19—52

        Amelia ....... 19  10  15  17—61

        3-pointers: G — Riley 2, Gee, Nickum, Dorsch. A — Guinan 2, Votapek, Gillespie. Records: G 10-10 (6-8 FAVCB), A 12-8 (7-7)

        • Anderson 33, Turpin 30 — Senior guard Jenni Sherrick nailed a 3-pointer with 2.5 seconds left for Anderson. With three minutes left in the fourth quarter and the Redskins down 28-22, sophomore guard Lauren Gruber hit two 3-pointers to tie the game.

        Senior guard Cara Biser scored 13 points for the Spartans.

        TURPIN (30) — Arnett 1 1 4, Biser 5 2 13, Fox 3 0 6, Anderson 0 1 1, Watts 2 2 6. Totals:11 6 30.

        ANDERSON (33) — Kaiser 3 0 8, Sherrick 3 0 8, Deeds 2 0 4, Gruber 3 0 9, Leavey 2 0 4. Totals:13 0 33.

        Turpin ....... 9   6  12   3—30

        Anderson ....... 8   7   7  11—33

        3-pointers:T—Arnett, Biser. A—Kaiser 2, Sherrick 2, Gruber 3. Records:T 3-17 (1-13 FAVC), A 9-11 (5-9).

        • Winton Woods 65, Harrison 58 — Senior guard Chanel Fletcher scored 22 second-half points and finished with 27 to lead Winton Woods.

        Kristen Daily paced Harrison with 18 points.

        HARRISON (58) — Brooks 3 7 13, Holderer 1 0 2, Toney 2 2 6, Lux 3 2 8, Daily 6 1 18, Grauvogel 2 1 5, Ransick 2 2 6. Totals: 19 15 58.

        WINTON WOODS (65) — White 2 1 5, Fletcher 8 3 27, Johnson 4 2 10, Box 3 3 9, Burton 2 0 5, Tinsley 4 3 11, Jackson 1 1 3. Totals: 24 13 65.

        Harrison ....... 16  16  16  10—58

        Winton Woods ....... 15  13  23  14—65

        3-pointers: H—Daily 5. W—Fletcher 3. Records: H 12-7 (FAVC 10-4), W 14-6 (10-4).

FAVC Cardinal Division

        • Goshen 53, Little Miami 47 — Gloria Polly made all four of her free-throw attempts and Meghan Marsh added two free throws in the final minute to seal the victory in the final regular-season game for Goshen coach Bill Schmidbauer. Schmidbauer, who is 379-288 in 32 years coaching at Goshen, who is retiring after the season.         Little Miami erased a 11-point halftime deficit behind Courtney Balser, who scored 21 of her game-high 24 points in the second half.

        Goshen was led by Deborah Rise and Amanda Bitzer with 12 points each.

        LITTLE MIAMI (47) — Chamberlin 3 0 7, Fisher 1 0 2, Smiley 1 3 5, Richardson 2 2 7, Balser 6 7 24. Totals: 13 12 47.

        GOSHEN (53) — Rise 5 2 12, Marsh 0 2 2, Polly 2 4 8, Jay 1 0 2, Bitzer 6 0 12, Scott 4 1 9, Pels 1 1 3, Phillips 1 3 5. Totals: 20 13 53. Little Miami ....... 7   5  21  14—47

        Goshen ....... 10  13  16  14—53

        3-pointers: L—Chamberlin, Balser 5, Richardson. Records: G 17-3 (11-3), L 15-5 (11-3).

        • Ross 48, Norwood 32 — Cassi Wagers led Ross with 10 points.

        NORWOOD (32) — Evans 4 0 10, Elliott 2 0 4, Theobold 2 0 4, McCarthy 3 0 6, Cox 0 1 1, Hammond 0 1 1, Kassen 1 0 2, Collins 2 0 4. Totals: 14 2 32.

        ROSS (48) — Wesley 1 0 3, Bowman 3 2 9, Weisbecker 4 0 8, Guenther 1 3 5, Wagers 3 1 10, Wertman 3 0 6, Lange 0 1 1, Varner 2 2 6. Totals: 17 9 48.

        Norwood ....... 9  6  11   6—32

        Ross ....... 16  7   5  20—48

        3-pointers: N—Evans 2. R—Wesley, Bowman, Wagers 3. Records: R 4-15 (FAVC 3-11), N 1-19 (1-13).

        • Kings 57, Lebanon 40 — Kings finished 14-0 in the FAVC. Kellie McClung scored a career-high 16 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the Knights. Senior forward Julie Roudabush scored 14 points and had six assists.

        LEBANON (40) — Baillie 3 0 7, Ball 1 3 5, Siehi 4 0 9, Shaw 0 4 4, LeVan 5 2 13, Jones 0 2 2. Totals: 13 11 40.

        KINGS (57) — Heekin 3 2 11, Roudabush 6 2 14, S. Fox 7 0 14, McClung 6 4 16, L. Fox 1 0 2. Totals: 23 8 57.

        Lebanon ....... 13   8   7  12—40

        Kings ....... 9  11  16  21—57

        3-pointers:L-Baillie, Siehi, LeVan; K-Heekin 3. Records: K 17-3 (14-0 FAVC).

        • Wilmington 50, Loveland 42 — Jennifer Hodson scored seven of her team-high 15 points in the fourth quarter to help the Hurricanes hold off the Tigers. Nicole Wilson scored 17 points for Loveland.

        Wilmington's Karen Schumaker had 11 points and 12 rebounds.

        WILMINGTON (50) — Shumaker 5 1 11, Williams 0 2 2, Dell 1 0 2, Lansing 0 1 1, Hodson 4 5 15, Davis 1 7 9, Schaad 2 4 8, Thompson 1 0 2. Totals: 14 20 50.

        LOVELAND (42) — Bowman 2 1 5, Miller 2 1 5, Wilson 4 9 17, Biss 1 0 3, Gruver 4 0 11, Brosimer 0 1 1. Totals: 13 12 42.

        Wilmington ....... 13  15  4  18—50

        Loveland ....... 11  9  10  12—42

        3-pointers: W — Hodson 2. L — Biss, Gruver. Records: W 9-10 (6-8 FAVC Cardinal), L 6-13 (6-8 FAVC Cardinal).

Miami Valley Conference

        • Cincinnati Country Day 54, New Miami 18 — Palmer FitzHugh scored nine points for CCD, which clinched a tie with Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy for the MVC title.

                NEW MIAMI (18) — Robinson 3 0 8, Proffitt 2 0 4, Faulkner 1 0 2, Ritchie 2 0 4. Totals: 8 0 18.

        CCD (54) — Vierling 2 1 5, Woods 2 0 5, E. Geier 4 0 8, Baker 2 0 4, FitzHugh 4 1 9, N. Geier 2 0 4, Seward 3 0 6, Monroe 4 0 8, Schneider 1 0 3, Buechner 1 0 2. Totals: 25 2 54.

        New Miami ....... 0   9  17   2—18

        CCD ....... 15  14  11  14—54

        3-pointers: C—Woods, Schneider. N—Robinson 2. Records: C 16-4, 14-2 MVC; N—1-19, 0-16 MVC.

        • North College Hill 71, Lockland 19 — LaTosha Johnson scored 16 points and Michele Miller added 15 points and nine steals for NCH.

        NCH (71) — L. Johnson 7 2 16, Dukes 1 0 2, Lovette 3 0 6, S. Johnson 5 0 10, Miller 6 3 15, Faller 1 0 3, Mason 1 0 2, Flynn 5 4 14, Goldmas 1 0 3. Totals: 30 9 71.

        LOCKLAND (19) — Cromer 4 1 9, Urton 1 0 2, Freeman 1 2 4, Sickinger 1 1 4. Totals: 7 4 19.

        NCH ....... 20  14  16  21—71

        Lockland ....... 0   9   1   9—19

        3-pointers: N—Faller, Goldmas. L—Sickinger. Records: L 3-16 (3-13), N 16-4 (13-3).

        • Landmark Christian 58, Summit 26 — Ashley Oliver scored 16 points and Codi Jaeger added 14 to pace Landmark.

        LANDMARK (58) — Oliver 8 0 16, Jaeger 4 6 14, Am. Sebastian 4 0 9, An. Sebastian 4 2 10, Snell 0 1 1, Gresham 4 0 8. Totals: 24 9 58

        SUMMIT (26) — Hoeck 2 0 4, Conners 0 1 1, Haas 2 0 4, Ulmer 2 0 4, Lydon 4 1 9, Kief 2 0 4. Totals: 12 2 26.

        Landmark ....... 13  21  19   5—58

        Summit ....... 6   6   2  12—26

        3-pointers: L—Am. Sebastian. Records: L 15-5 (MVC 11-5), Su 9-11 (6-10).

Cincinnati Hills League

        • Indian Hill 69, Reading 43 — The Braves' Erin Schmitt led all scorers with 24 points. Megan Murphy led the Blue Devils with 18 points.

        READING (43) — Mi. Murphy 2 0 4, Me. Murphy 6 3 18, Sippola 1 0 2, Fletcher 2 1 5, Dixon 1 1 3, Gee 3 2 8, Lawson 0 3 3. Totals: 15 8 43.

        INDIAN HILL (69) — Ellis 4 3 11, David 4 0 10, Schmitt 7 7 24, Tepe 1 1 3, Von Lehman 4 1 9, Schreiner 1 0 3, Bracken 2 0 4, Forbes 2 1 5. Totals: 25 13 69.

        Reading ....... 10  10   9  14—43

        Indian Hill ....... 15  19  11  24—69

        3-pointers: R-Me. Murphy 3, Gee 2; B-David 2, Schmitt 3, Schreiner 1.

        • Taylor 63, Finneytown 40 — Ashley Gerwin scored 10 points and Jen Smith scored eight during a 30-point outburst in the third quarter for Taylor.

        Whitney Lorber paced the Wildcats with 11 points.

        FINNEYTOWN (40) — Neher 3 0 8, Lorber 3 5 11, Warner 4 0 8, Gardlik 1 0 2, Bond 2 2 6, Croley 2 0 5. Totals: 15 7 40.

        TAYLOR (63) — A. Gerwin 5 4 17, Doll 4 1 9, Poynter 4 0 9, Smith 2 12, Rapking 5 0 10, K. Gerwin 2 0 4, Thinnes 0 2 2. Totals: 25 9 63.

        Finneytown ....... 10   5  13  12—40

        Taylor ....... 10   9  30  14—63

        3-pointers: F—Neher 2, Croley. T—A. Gerwin 3, Poynter. Records: T 8-12 (CHL 5-9), F 3-17 (CHL 2-12).

        • Madeira 60, Deer Park 14 — Lindsey Barnhart had 24 points and 10 rebounds as Madeira clinched second place in the CHL. Freshman Sofia Sotelo scored a career-high 12 points.

        Kari Wilson led Deer Park with five points.

        MADEIRA (60) — Barnhill 0 2 2, Rupe 3 0 6, Sotelo 6 0 12, Davis 2 3 7, Gratsch 2 3 7, Tuke 0 2 2, Barnhart 11 2 24. Totals: 24 12 60

        DEER PARK (14) — Dennis 1 2 4, Wilson 2 1 5, Nally 1 0 2, Miskimens 0 2 2, Jetter 0 1 1. Totals: 4 6 14.

        Madeira ....... 10  16  19  15—60

        Deer Park ....... N3  N4  N2  N5—14

        3-pointers: none. Records: M 17-3 (12-2 CHL), D 2-18 (0-14)

Southern Buckeye Conference

        • Hillsboro 59, New Richmond 40 — Senior Jennifer Butler scored 15 points for Hillsboro. Brandi Loving led the Lions with 13 points.

        NEW RICHMOND (40) — Coslett 3 0 7, Loving 4 5 13, DiGeronimo 1 0 2, Horn 1 0 2, Blair 4 0 8, Roush 0 1 1, Trees 0 2 2, Diesel 1 3 5. Totals: 14 11 40.

        HILLSBORO (59) — Bayless 3 0 6, Hess 2 1 5, Butler 7 1 15, Marsh 3 2 8, Pence 0 1 1, Wright 2 1 6, Blair 1 0 3, Cannon 1 0 2, Walker 6 1 13. Totals: 25 7 59.

        New Richmond ....... 6  10   9  15—40

        Hillsboro ....... 15  12  13  19—59

        3-pointers: N-Coslett 1; H-Wright 1, Blair 1. Records: H 15-5 (9-2 SBCA), N 10-10 (6-5).

        • Batavia 57, Bethel-Tate 42 — Batavia forced 15 turovers in the second quarter. Janelle Lowe's 15 points led the Bulldogs.

        BETHEL-TATE (42) — Beck 1 0 2, Burton 2 0 4, Canter 6 0 12, Collins 4 1 10, Wilson 4 0 8, Howe 2 2 6. Totals: 19 3 42.

        BATAVIA (57) — Weidner 1 2 4, Lock 0 2 2, Swart 1 2 4, Crooker 3 2 9, Stout 4 2 10, Lowe 6 0 15, Wehrman 5 3 13. Totals: 20 13 57.

        Bethel-Tate ....... 6  11  16   9—42

        Batavia ....... 5  29   9  14—57

        3-pointers: BT—Collins. Bat—Crooker, Lowe 3. Records: Bat 11-8 (8-4 SBC); BT 3-17 (2-10)

        • Felicity 69, Williamsburg 43 — Carrie Keller scored 23 points to lead Felicity.

        FELICITY (69) — Bell 1 0 3, Wehrum 5 0 10, Easter 4 7 15, Keller 11 0 23, Cas.Hall 2 4 8, Cam.Hall 4 0 8, Wacks 0 2 2. Totals: 27 13 69.

        WILLIAMBSURG (43) — Ferguson 7 0 17, Beach 3 0 6, Turkelson 3 0 8, Schneider 1 0 2, Smith 1 0 2, Morris 2 0 5, Hayes 1 1 3. Totals:18 1 43.

        Felicity ....... 14  15  20  20—69

        Williamsburg ....... 8   3  12  20—43

        3-pointers:F—Bell, Keller. W—Ferguson 3, Turkelson 2, Morris.

        • Clermont Northeastern 64, Western Brown 54 — The Rockets made 20 of their 24 foul shots in the fourth quarter, including 14-of-16 shooting by Stephanie Roy.

        Jeralee Hartman and Ashley Boyd paced the Broncos with 10 points each.

        WESTERN BROWN (54) — Hartman 2 4 10, Boyd 2 6 10, Wesley 3 1 7, Silvis 2 2 6, Estep 2 2 6, Ranford 0 3 3, Bering 2 1 5, Flischel 1 0 2, Boshears 1 1 3, Bolender 0 2 2. Totals:16 22 54.

        CLERMONT NORTHEASTERN (64) — Roy 4 18 38, Creamer 0 8 8, Dirr 1 2 4, Schottelkotte 2 0 4, Cunningham 1 2 4, Galvin 1 2 4, Smithers 1 0 2. Totals:10 32 64.

        Western Brown ....... 13  14  12  15—54

        Clermont NE ....... 9  13  20  22—64

        3-pointers: CN—Roy 4. Records: CN 7-13.

Kenton Trace Conference
        • Clinton Massie 68, Blanchester 23 — Jaymi Sudman finished with 15 points for Clinton Massie. Kylie Burroughs led Blanchester with 10 points.

        BLANCHESTER (23) — Burroughs 5 0 10, Robinson 1 0 3, Meineke 1 1 3, Mann 1 0 2, Martin 1 0 3. Totals: 10 1 23.

        CLINTON MASSIE (68) — Brigano 3 0 6, L. Ferrau 6 0 12, Wilkinson 1 0 2, D. Ferrau 0 1 1, King 2 0 4, Duncan 5 0 11, Wood 6 2 14, Fisher 1 0 2, Atchley 0 1 1, Sudman 5 0 15. Totals: 29 4 68.

        Blanchester ....... 11   3   2   7—23

        Clinton Massie ....... 23  24  15   6—68

        3-pointers: B—Robinson, Martin. C—Duncan, Sudman 5. Records: B 0-20, 0-12 KTC; C—10-10, 6-6 KTC.

Girls Greater Cincinnati League

        • Mother of Mercy 48, Roger Bacon 37 — Senior forward Siobhan Zerilla scored 16 points to lead the Bobcats, the No.3 team in The Enquirer's Division I coaches poll.

        Roger Bacon's Ellie Hazelbaker scored 19 points.

        ROGER BACON (37) — Byrd 0 2 2, Frentsos 1 0 2, Kelly 1 2 4, Metz 3 2 8, Hazelbaker 8 2 19, Sorter 0 2 2. Totals: 13 10 37.

        MOTHER OF MERCY (48) — Mullen 2 0 4, Obert 2 1 5, Brunner 2 0 4, Stern 1 1 3, Zerilla 6 4 16, Rutherford 1 0 3, Heintz 1 0 3, Clavier 2 1 5, Winright 1 0 3, Wolf 1 0 2. Totals: 19 7 48.

        Roger Bacon ....... 4  7  16  10—37

        Mother of Mercy ....... 18  9  9  12—48

        3-pointers: R — Hazelbaker. M — Rutherford, Heintz, Winright. Records: R 8-12, M 16-4.

Queen City Conference
• Walnut Hills 51, Aiken 33 — Katie Antle had 15 point and eight rebounds for the Eagles. Alexis Satterwhite paced Aiken with 14 points.

        AIKEN (33) — Carter 5 2 12, A. Satterwhite 6 2 14, T. Satterwhite 1 0 2, Hodge 1 0 2, Byrd 1 1 3. Totals: 14 5 33.

        WALNUT HILLS (51) — Antle 5 5 15, Wilson 5 0 10, Lucas 1 0 2, Fennell 1 2 4, Lajeunesse 2 0 4, Marsh 1 0 2, Kelsey 1 0 2, Greene 1 2 4, Moon 1 0 2, Martin 1 2 4, Davis 1 0 2. Totals: 20 11 51.

        Aiken ....... 2  10   8  13—33

        Walnut Hills ....... 12  14  15  10—51

        3-pointers: none. Records: A 0-20, 0-14 QCC; W 11-9, 10-4 QCC.

        • Mount Healthy 36, Western Hills 33 —Lakisha Brewer hit a layup to give Mount Healthy the lead with 45 seconds remaining and Tina Bowden and April Simmons followed with free throws for the Owls.

        Western Hills had two chances to come back, but the Mustangs turned over the ball both times.

        Kiza Bullock led Western Hills with nine points.

        MT. HEALTHY (36) — Bowden 1 1 3, Grant 1 0 2, Folino 1 1 3, Johnson 1 0 2, Simmons 1 6 8, Thomas 1 3 5, Brewer 5 3 13. Totals: 11 14 36.

        WESTERN HILLS (33) — R. Tolliver 3 0 7, Russia 3 0 6, Goodrich 4 0 8, Bullock 3 3 9, Tesfai 1 0 2. Totals: 14 4 33.

        Mt. Healthy ....... 6  10  14  6—36

        Western Hills ....... 11  11  7  4—33

        3-pointers: W — R. Tolliver. Records: M 11-9 (10-4 QCC), W 10-10 (8-6 QCC).

        • Hughes 55, Woodward 26 — Leslie Burns scored 18 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead Hughes. Tierra Johnson paced Woodward with 11 points.

        WOODWARD (26) — Johnson 4 3 11, Biggers 1 1 3, Jones 3 1 7, Bradley 1 1 3, Love 1 0 2. Totals: 10 6 26.

        HUGHES (55) — Joiner 2 0 4, Johnson 5 1 11, Davis 3 0 7, Everson 3 1 7, Burns 7 4 18, Bridges 2 1 5, Watts 0 1 1, Moore 1 0 2. Totals: 23 8 55.

        Woodward ....... 9   4  10   3—26

        Hughes ....... 9  14  18  14—55

        3-pointers: H—Davis. Records: H 17-3 (QCC 14-0).

Mid-Miami League

        • Middletown Fenwick 32, Franklin 27 — Junior guard Ashley Smith went 4-for-4 from the line and scored all six of her points in the last two minutes of the game to help Fenwick clinch its first league tile since 1989. Junior forward Julie Becker led the Falcons with eight points and eight rebounds.         Senior guard Karisa Evans scored a game-high 10 points for the Wildcats.

        FRANKLIN (27) — Hensley 2 3 8, Lamb 2 0 4, Evans 3 3 10, Miller 1 3 5. Totals: 8 9 27.

        MIDDLETOWN FENWICK (32) — Becker 4 0 8, Bruggeman 1 0 2, Ionna 2 0 4, Brown 1 1 3, Clemens 3 1 7, Smith 1 4 6, Stonecash 0 2 2. Totals: 12 8 32.

        Franklin ....... 4  4  5  14—27

        Middletown Fenwick ....... 9  3  12  8—32

        3-pointers: Fr. — Evans, Hensley. Records: F 11-9 (8-5 MML South), M 13-7 (9-4 MML South).

Southern Hills League

        • Eastern Brown 60, Lynchburg-Clay 39 — Micah Harvey scored 13 of her game-high 20 points in the third quarter as Eastern Brown wrapped up its third consecutive league title and second straight 20-0 regular season. Elizabeth Burrows added 12 points and Brenna Morris 13 points for Eastern Brown.

        LYNCHBURG-CLAY (39) — Woodyard 2 0 6, Scanlen 2 0 4, Lewis 4 0 8, Allen 1 0 3, Mullins 4 0 8, Quickel 4 2 10. Totals: 17 2 39.

        EASTERN BROWN (60) — Scott 1 0 2, Morris 5 0 13, Burrows 4 4 12, Harvey 8 0 20, Ellis 1 1 3, Jodrey 2 0 4, Hauck 2 0 4, Haucke 1 0 2. Totals: 24 5 60.

        Lynchburg-Clay ....... 10   6  17   6—39

        Eastern Brown ....... 16  11  21  12—60

        3-pointers: L—Woodyard 2, Allen. E—Harvey 4, Morris 3. Records: E 20-0 (SHL 15-0).

        • North Adams 49, West Union 37 — Sophomore guard MacKenzie Copas had 13 points, nine rebounds, six assists and seven steals for North Adams.

        NORTH ADAMS (49) — Baxla 0 1 1, Copas 6 0 13, Pence 2 0 4, Robinson 2 1 5, Simpson 1 0 2, Brown 2 0 6, Fulton 1 6 8, Shupert 5 0 10. Totals: 19 8 47.

        WEST UNION (37) — McClanahan 2 5 11, Fulton 0 1 1, Armstrong 0 1 1, Willett 1 0 3, Rhonemus 3 2 6, Caplinger 2 2 6, Torres 3 1 7. Totals: 11 12 37.

        North Adams ....... 9  14  14  12—49

        West Union ....... 12   9   7   9—39

        3-pointers: NA—Copas, Brown 2, WU—McClanahan 2, Willett. Records: NA 17-3 (12-3 SHL), WU 13-7 (9-6).

Southwestern Buckeye
Brookville 56, Middletown Madison 22 — M.J. Jones led all scorers with 13 points for Brookville. Nicki Short, Amanda Norvell, Lindsey Delscamp and Cara Young each scored four points for the Mohawks.

        BROOKVILLE (56) — Heit 1 0 2, Christophersen 1 1 4, Stephan 1 0 2, Williams 3 0 9, Keaton 5 1 11, Smith 1 1 3, Robbins 6 0 12, Jones 6 1 13. Totals: 24 4 56.

        MIDDLETOWN MADISON (22) — Nance 1 0 2, Short 2 0 4, Norvell 0 4 4, Delscamp 1 1 4, H. Kroger 1 0 2, Young 1 2 4, Snowden 0 2 2. Totals: 6 9 22.

        Brookville ....... 13  15  13  15—56

        Middletown Madison ....... 4  4  8  6—22

        3-pointers: B — Williams 3, Christophersen. M — Delskamp. Records: B 18-2 (8-1 SWBL), M 6-13 (2-7 SWBL).

Non-league
        • Middletown Christian 53, Xenia Christian 35 — Amber Breeding had 20 points and 10 rebounds for Middletown Christian.

        XEN. CHRISTIAN (35) — Hughes 4 0 8, Gustafson 1 1 3, Stevens 9 5 24. Totals: 14 6 35.

        MID. CHRISTIAN (53) — Taylor 2 0 4, Flynn 0 1 1, Bryan 0 2 2, Breeding 9 2 20, Esselman 3 1 7, Allen 2 1 6, Fox 3 0 7, Craft 2 0 4, O'Bradovic 1 0 2. Totals: 22 7 53.

        Xen. Christian ....... 4   6  11  14—35

        Mid. Christian ....... 11  17  13  12—53

        3-pointers: X—Stevens. M—Allen, Fox. Records: M 11-9, X 0-12.

        • SCPA 67, Center Christian Academy 34 — The Raiders made 24 steals. Kate Spickard had 12 points, six assists and five steals for SCPA.

        Sophomore guard Bekah Pandorf had 19 points for Center Christian.

        CENTER CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (34) — Chapman 1 0 2, Pandorf 9 1 19, Lane 0 1 1, Kussman 1 0 2, Mitchell 1 0 2, C.Barrett 1 0 2, H.Barrett 1 0 2, Pride 2 0 4. Totals:16 2 34.

        SCPA (67) — Spickard 5 2 12, Hill 4 2 10, Hoernschemeyer 4 0 8, Rintamaki 3 0 8, McKinney 2 0 4, Partlow 1 0 2, John 2 1 5, Williams 2 0 4, Gordon 4 1 9, Pavelish 2 0 4, Davis 0 1 1. Totals:29 7 67.

        Center Christian ....... 7   9   6  12—34

        SCPA ....... 23  19  14  11—67

        3-pointers:SCPA—Rintamaki 2.

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