Tuesday, February 13, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Summit eliminates third-seeded Landmark

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Tradition has it that beating a team three times in one season is difficult. Summit Country Day proved this correct by posting a 58-43 upset over third-seeded Landmark Christian in the Division IV sectional at Waynesville.

        The unseeded Silver Knights, which lost to Landmark Christian by 21 and 32 points during the regular season, had four players in double figures, led by senior Lauren Conners' 14 points.

        A 16-9 second quarter set the stage for the upset, giving Summit a 27-18 halftime advantage.

        Senior Lauren Hoeck followed with 12 points for Summit, while junior Kendelle Lydon scored 11 and junior Carrie Haas added 10 for the Silver Knights.

        Freshman Amy Sebastian led Landmark with 11 points. Freshman Codi Jaeger added 10 for the Golden Eagles.

        SCD lost to Landmark 56-35 on Dec. 9. The teams met again Thursday in their regular-season finale, and Landmark overwhelmed the Silver Knights 58-26.

        SCD meets the winner of to night's New Miami-Xenia Christian game next Tuesday at 6 p.m.

        SUMMIT COUNTRY DAY (58) — Hoeck 6 1 13, Conners 4 6 14, Haas 4 2 10, Ulmer 3 0 6, Lydon 5 1 11, Bunch 1 1 3, Kief 0 1 1. Totals: 23 12 58.

        LANDMARK CHRISTIAN (43) — Oliver 3 3 9, Spears 2 0 6, Jaeger 4 2 10, Am. Sebastian 3 5 11, An. Sebastian 1 3 5, Gresham 1 0 2. Totals: 14 13 43.

        Summit Country Day ....... 11  16  14  17—58

        Landmark ....... 9   9  12  13—43

        3-pointers: L — Spears 2. Records: S 9-12, L 15-6.

        • Mount Notre Dame 73, Walnut Hills 30, Division I sectional tournament at Milford — The Cougars took a 14-1 lead and never looked back with freshman Mel Thomas scoring 19 points.

        Mount Notre Dame will play Oak Hills (No. 2 seed) next Tuesday (6 p.m.) at Milford.

        WALNUT HILLS (30) — Kendell 1 0 2, Lajeunesse 1 1 3, Marsh 2 2 6, Greene 0 2 2, Martin 1 2 4, Wilson 4 1 9, Davis 1 0 2, Antle 1 0 2. Totals: 11 8-12 30.

        MOUNT NOTRE DAME (73) — Rohlfs 2 3 7, Holthaus 2 0 4, Hughes 7 0 14, Engel 4 1 9, Hahrup 2 0 4, Thomas 7 2 19, Cook 4 2 10, Braun 3 0 6. Totals: 31 8-10 73.

        Walnut Hills ....... 1   9   8  12—30

        Mount Notre Dame ....... 14  18  21  20—73

        3-pointers: M—Thomas 3. Records: M 9-10, W 11-9.

        • Hamilton 51, Talawanda 30, Division I at Milford — Dawnjene DeLong scored six of her 13 points in the fourth quarter to help the Big Blue hold off the Braves.

        Autumn Marshall scored a game-high 15 points for Hamilton, including nine in the third quarter to help the Big Blue take a three-point lead into the fourth quarter.

        Emily Bulach scored 11 points to lead Talawanda.

        Hamilton will meet McAuley next Tuesday at 7:45 p.m. at Milford.

        HAMILTON (51) — DeLong 4 5 13, Brosey 3 2 9, Marshall 7 0 15, Booker 1 1 3, Young 4 1 10, Vance 0 1 1. Totals: 19 10 51.

        TALAWANDA (43) — Bulach 5 0 11, Keehner 4 2 10, Paternite 1 0 2, Jacquemin 1 0 2, Bower 3 1 8, Schulte 2 0 4, Stevens 2 2 6. Totals: 18 5 43.

        Hamilton ....... 10  8  14  19—51

        Talawanda ....... 10  3  16  14—43

        3-pointers: H — Brosey, Marshall, Young. T — Bulach, Bower. Records: H 5-16, T 7-14.

        • Badin 72, Clermont Northeastern 41, Division II at Springboro — Cydney Overton scored eight of her game-high 20 in the first quarter when Badin outscored Clermont NE 31-11.

        Stephanie Roy wrapped up her Clermont Northeastern career with a team-high 17 points.

        Badin, the No.7 team in The Enquirer's Division II-IV coaches poll, advances to play Woodward 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

        BADIN (72) — Vilhosh 2 0 4, Cochram 1 2 5, Collins 1 0 2, Parker 7 1 17, Brennan 2 0 6, Snell 3 0 6, Mormer 4 1 9, Overton 9 2 20, Spivery 1 1 3. Totals: 30 6 72.

        CLERMONT NORTHEASTERN (41) — Roy 6 3 17, Smithers 5 0 10, Miller 1 2 4, Cunningham 1 0 2, Schottelkotte 1 0 2, Dirr 3 0 6. Totals: 17 5 41.

        Badin ....... 31  12  16  13—72

        Clermont Northeastern ....... 11  10  14  6—41

        3-pointers: B — Parker, Brennan 2, Cochram. C — Roy 2. Records: B 1308, C 8-13.

        • Kings 67, Norwood 37, Division II sectional at Springboro — Shannon Heekin scored 23 points, breaking a school record for 3-pointers in a game with seven, to pace the Knights.

        Sarah Fox, who held the 3-point record and is the Knights leading scorer, added 14. Lauren Fox had 10 points.

        Kings, the third seed, will play Bethel-Tate 6 p.m. Thursday.

        NORWOOD (37) — Evans 2 0 5, Theobald 2 0 4, Smith 1 0 3, McCarthy 5 3 13, Cox 1 3 5, Hammond 1 0 2, Kassem 0 1 1, McCalla 0 4 4. Totals: 12 11 37.

        KINGS (67) — Feldmeyer 1 0 3, Heekin 8 0 23, Roudabush 3 2 8, S. Fox 5 3 14, Bryant 0 1 1, McClung 1 0 2, L. Fox 4 1 10, Algie 3 0 6. Totals: 25 7 67.

        Norwood ....... 3  8  8  18—37

        Kings ....... 20  21  16  10—67

        3-pointers: N — Evans, Smith. K — Heekin 7, Feldmeyer, S. Fox, L. Fox. Records: N 1-20, K 18-3.

        • Little Miami 66, Western Brown 52, Division II sectional at Springboro — Courtney Balser scored 15 points in the second half, rallying Little Miami past the Broncos.

        Balser led all scorers with 27 points. Seeded fourth, Little Miami advances to a second-round game against Turpin 6 p.m. Saturday.

        WESTERN BROWN (52) — Wesley 3 1 7, Bolender 3 0 8, Ashbrook 1 0 3, Bering 4 0 8, Ranford 2 0 4, Estep 2 1 5, Silvis 4 1 11, Hartman 2 2 6. Totals: 21 5-8 52.

        LITTLE MIAMI (66) — Werden 1 1 3, Chamberlain 4 2 12, Smiley 1 4 6, Richardson 2 0 4, C. Balser 10 4 27, SA. Journeay 3 6 12, L. Journeay 1 0 2. Totals: 22 17-22 66.

        Western Brown ....... 12  16  13  11—52

        Little Miami ....... 19  15  14  18—66

        3-pointers: W—Bolender 2, Ashbrook, Silvis 2. LM—C. Balser 3, Chamberlain 2.

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