Friday, February 09, 2001

N.Ky. girls basketball games


No. 1 Boone Co. trounces No. 5 Highlands

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Senior guard Ciara Henderson had 22 points and eight rebounds to lead Boone County, ranked No.1 in the Enquirer's Northern Kentucky coaches poll, to a 58-32 win over No.5 Highlands Thursday night at Boone County.

        Henderson scored 16 points in the second and third quarters, when the Rebels outscored the Bluebirds 32-7. Boone County trailed Highlands 16-13 after the first quarter.

        Highlands junior Tara Boothe scoring a game-high 25 points, including 11 in the first quarter.

        HIGHLANDS (32) — Gibson 1 0 3, Konen 1 0 2, Boothe 8 8 25, Grause 1 0 2. Totals: 11 8 32.

        BOONE CO. (58) — Boswell 1 0 2, Matheny 3 0 7, Molleson 2 0 4, Isaac 1 4 7, Stefanopoulos 4 2 12, Newhouse 0 1 1, Henderson 6 6 22, Milner 0 1 1, Madden 0 2 2. Totals: 17 16 58

        Highlands ....... 16   1   6   9—32

        Boone Co. ....... 13  17  15  13—58

        3-pointers: H-Gibson, Boothe; B-Matheny, Isaac, Stefanopoulos, Henderson 4. Records: H 16-6; B 19-4.

        • Holmes 69, Campbell County 58 — Erica Hallman scored nine of her 19 points in the fourth quarter for the Lady Bulldogs. Valencia Jackson added 10 points for Holmes.

        Stacy Wilson led Campbell County with 18 points.

        HOLMES (69) — Jackson 5 0 10, Collins 1 2 4, Wimzie 4 0 8, Humphrey 2 5 9, Hallman 9 0 19, Patterson 3 0 6, Herindon 3 1 7, Miller 1 4 6. Totals: 28 12 69.

        CAMPBELL CO. (58) — Wilson 7 4 18, Ballinger 3 2 8, Mayhew 0 2 2, Bezold 3 0 6, Barry 4 0 11, Walker 2 0 4, King 2 1 5, Fowee 2 0 4. Totals: 23 9 58.

        Holmes ....... 12  19  21  17—69

        Campbell Co. ....... 11  15  23   9—58

        3-pointers: H—Hallman. C—Barry 3. Records: H 13-9, C 10-10.

        • Newport 76, Simon Kenton 32 — Stephanie Atkins led all scorers with 22 points and Ashley Mills added 18 for the Wildcats, who scored 30 points off turnovers.

        Sarah Jones led the Pioneers with 10 points.

        SIMON KENTON (32) — Alessandro 1 1 3, Morrison 0 1 1, Lovelace 1 0 2, Jones 5 0 10, Smock 2 0 4, Klaine 2 3 8, Sallee 1 0 2, Stith 0 2 2. Totals: 12 7 32.

        NEWPORT (76) — Crank 1 0 2, Seibert 2 1 5, Beatsch 3 0 6, Stegner 4 0 8, Jones 4 2 10, Mills 8 0 18, Atkins 10 2 22, Roberts 2 1 5. Totals: 34 6 76.

        Simon Kenton ....... 7   4   5  16—32

        Newport ....... 21  19  24  12—76

        3-pointers: SK—Klaine. N—Mills 2. Records: SK 0-19, N 16-7.

        • Dixie Heights 58, St. Henry 37 — Cassie Shondel and Julie Farley combined to score 13 points in the second quarter when the Colonels outscored the Crusaders 21-8. Farley finished with 10 points and 14 rebounds.

        Sarah Wright scored 15 of her 19 points in the second half for Dixie Heights. She also had 10 rebounds.

        Ashley Lindeman led St.Henry with 17 points.

        ST. HENRY (37) — King 1 0 3, Johnson 1 0 2, Boulanger 1 0 2, Lindeman 6 5 17, Seibert 1 2 4, Tabeling 4 0 9. Totals: 14 7 37.

        DIXIE HEIGHTS (58) — Farley 3 4 10, Shondel 4 2 12, Lingelbach 1 3 5, Wright 7 3 19, Durrett 4 0 8, Luessen 1 2 4. Totals: 20 14 58.

        St. Henry ....... 15   8   9   5—37

        Dixie Heights ....... 12  21  10  15—58

        3-pointers: D—Shondel 2, Wright. SH—King, Tabeling. Records: D 14-8, SH 3-14.

        • Dayton 61, Silver Grove 37 — Samantha Hollingsworth had 17 points and 10 rebounds, and Nicki Lynn added 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Greendevils.

        Alanna Bass, a starting guard for the Big Trains, injured her ankle early in the first quarter and saw limited action. Lindsey Riley led Silver Grove with eight points.

        T.T. Rowekamp added 10 points and five assists for Dayton.

        SILVER GROVE (37) — Stortz 1 1 3, Snipes 1 2 4, Bellamy 2 0 4, Joering 2 0 4, Riley 2 4 8, Davidson 3 1 7, Iles 1 0 2, Lafollette 2 0 5. Totals: 14 8 37.

        DAYTON (61) — Hollingsworth 7 1 17, Lovins 3 1 7, Rowekamp 5 0 10, Lynn 6 2 14, Price 3 1 7, Mulla 0 2 2, Gay 1 0 2. Totals: 25 7 61.

        Silver Grove ....... 10   7   4  16—37

        Dayton ....... 15  11  16  19—61

        3-pointers: S-Lafollette 1; D-Hollingsworth 2, Lovins 2. Records: S 5-15, D 2-16.

        • Newport Central Catholic 69, Conner 37 — Maria Chiodi scored eight of her 15 points in the first quarter to give the Wildcats a 19-11 lead, which they extended to 36-23 at halftime.

        Nicole Chiodi scored 14 points for NewCath.

        NCC (69) — M. Chiodi 5 5 15, Maudlin 0 4 4, Kessen 1 3 5, Burks 4 0 8, Prigge 1 0 3, N. Chiodi 6 2 14, Meyers 3 4 10, Ziegler 5 0 10. Totals: 25 18 69.

        CONNER (37) — VonHandorf 3 1 7, Dooley 4 0 8, Williams 1 0 2, Martin 2 1 6, Turner 0 3 3, Randall 3 0 6, Suter 1 2 5. Totals: 14 7 37.

        NCC ....... 19  17  13  20—69

        Conner ....... 11  12   7   7—37

        3-pointers: N-Prigge; C-Martin, Suter. Records: N 19-6; C 6-15.

        • Notre Dame 67, Scott 50 — Marquise Hanser had 13 points in the third quarter, when the Pandas outscored the Eagles 25-6.

        Hanser finished with 18 points for Notre Dame. Carlie Hutchinson led Scott with 22 points, including 15 in the first half.

        SCOTT (50) — Hutchinson 8 5 22, Vervills 2 0 5, Matracia 2 0 6, Thomas 2 2 7, Wendeln 1 0 2, Tomlin 2 0 4, Holloender 1 0 2, Brun 1 0 2. Totals: 18 7 50.

        NOTRE DAME (67) — Hanser 7 1 18, Hornsby 1 0 2, Zembrodt 2 4 8, Baker 1 0 2, Witte 2 1 6, Wachs 6 0 12, Sterling 1 0 2, Baumann 3 0 6, Kreyling 2 0 4, Fangman 1 0 2, Fischesser 2 1 5. Totals: 28 7 67.

        Scott ....... 10  14   6  20—50

        Notre Dame ....... 16   6  25  10—67

        3-pointers: S-Hutchinson 1, Thomas 1; N-Hanser 3, Witte 1. Records: N 14-9.

        • Villa Madonna 50, Bellevue 40 — Alex Randall and Colleen Pavel combined for 13 points in the fourth quarter to seal the win for the Blue Lightning.

        Villa Madonna made 11 free throws in the fourth quarter.

        Kim Holliman led Bellevue with 15 points.

        VILLA MADONNA (50) — Sullender 2 0 5, Noll 0 3 3, Randall 8 5 21, Pavel 2 5 9, Humphrey 4 4 12. Totals: 16 17 50.

        BELLEVUE (40) — Ervin 1 0 2, Delaney 2 2 6, Mendell 1 0 2, Myers 4 3 11, Mulligan 2 0 4, Holliman 6 3 15. Totals: 16 8 40.

        Villa Madonna ....... 16   5  12  17—50

        Bellevue ....... 10   8  10  12—40

        3-pointers: V—Sullender. Records: V 17-6, B 12-8.

        • Walton-Verona 55, Gallatin County 44 — Walton-Verona senior center Jessica Schmidt tied a school record for rebounds with 31 and had a game-high 29 points.

        Senior guard Jennifer Roberts scored 11 of her 22 points in the fourth quarter for Gallatin County.

        GALLATIN-COUNTY (44) — Roberts 7 6 22, Legrand 0 1 1, Andrea Frasure 5 1 14, Davis 1 1 3, O'Conner 1 0 2, Gayer 1 0 2. Totals:15 9 44.

        WALTON-VERONA (55) — Schmidt 9 11 29, Afterkirk 4 1 9, McIntyre 1 0 2, Hegland 3 0 6, Ryan 1 0 2, Syms 0 1 1, Kennedy 2 1 6. Totals:20 14 55.

        Gallatin County ....... 11  10  12  11—44

        Walton Verona ....... 16  12  11  16—55

        3-pointers:GC—Roberts 2, Andrea Frasure 3. WV—Kennedy. Records:WV 11-8.

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