Tuesday, February 13, 2001

N.Ky. girls basketball games


Newport beats Holy Cross 54-52

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Ashleigh Mills hit a 3-pointer and followed with three free throws during the final two minutes, rallying Newport to a 54-52 win over Holy Cross in girls basketball action Monday.

        The Indians had a chance to tie the game with :07 left, but missed.

        Mills scored a game-high 20 points and Stephanie Atkins added 17 for Newport. Molly Hall led Holy Cross with 17 points and six blocked shots.

        NEWPORT (54) — Seibert 1 0 2, Beatsch 2 1 6, Jones 1 3 5, Mills 8 3 20, T. Atkins 1 0 2, S. Atkins 7 3 17, Williams 1 0 2. Totals: 21 10 54.

        HOLY CROSS (52) — Noll 2 6 10, Lea 2 0 5, Mitts 6 0 12, Hall 8 1 17, Vogelpohl 0 4 4, Batsche 1 0 2, Arlinghaus 1 0 2. Totals: 20 7 52.

        Newport ....... 15  18  10  11—54

        Holy Cross ....... 12  10  18  12—52

        3-pointers: N—Beatsch, Mills. H—Lea. Records: N 17-7, H 10-9.

        • Highlands 35, Notre Dame 32 — Junior center Tara Boothe recorded a double-double with 20 points and 15 rebounds to lead Highlands, the No.4 team in the Enquirer's coaches poll, over No.6 Notre Dame.

        Boothe scored 10 points in the first half to help Highlands open up a 20-16 lead. The Bluebirds expanded that to 29-23 before the Pandas fought back to pull within two points in the last two minutes.

        Kadi Wachs scored seven points to lead a balanced Notre Dame attack.

        NOTRE DAME (32) — Hanser 2 0 5, Zembrodt 0 2 2, Leininger 2 0 5, Witte 2 0 4, Wachs 3 1 7, Baumann 2 0 4, Kreyling 2 1 5. Totals: 13 4 32.

        HIGHLANDS (35) — Boothe 7 6 20, Winkler 1 0 2, Grause 0 3 3, Hamel 3 0 6, Owsley 2 0 4. Totals: 13 9 35.

        Notre Dame ....... 12   4  7  9—32

        Highlands ....... 10  10  9  6—35

        3-pointers: N — Hanser, Leininger. Records: N 14-10, H 18-5.

        • Bishop Brossart 80, St.Henry 33 — Senior Katie Schwegmann scored 28 points, 10 during a 28-6 first quarter.

        St. Henry was led by junior Charlotte Walters' 13 points.

        BISHOP BROSSART (80) — Schwegmann 10 5 28, Clift 2 2 7, Schultz 4 0 11, Clark 3 0 6, Lloyd 2 3 7, Geiman 5 4 14, Otto 2 0 4, Wright 0 1 1, Giglia 0 2 2. Totals: 28 17 80.

        ST. HENRY (33) — Portwood 2 0 5, Danks 1 0 2, Johnson 3 0 6, Lindemann 0 2 2, Muck 1 0 2, Walters 5 3 13, Seibert 1 0 2, Tabeling 0 1 1. Totals: 13 8 33.

        Bishop Brossart ....... 28  15  21  16—80

        St. Henry ....... 6  17   8   2—33

        3-pointers: B—Schwegmann 3, Clift, Schultz. SH—Portwood. Records: SH 3-17.

        • Dixie Heights 46, Ryle 28 — The Colonels overcame a poor shooting night (16-of-60), relying on a stingy defense.

        Julianne Lingelbach had 12 steals to pace Dixie Heights with Cassie Shondel and Sarah Wright combining for 34 points.

        RYLE (28) — Steiner 3 2 8, Schmidt 2 2 8, Bulach 1 1 3, Boaz 1 0 3, Miller 1 0 3, Cooper 0 1 1, Wilson 1 0 2. Totals: 9 6 28.

        DIXIE HEIGHTS (46) — Farley 1 1 3, Shondel 7 2 19, Lingelbach 0 2 2, Wright 6 1 15, Durrett 1 1 3, Jones 1 2 4. Totals: 16 9 46.

        Ryle ....... 8   6   7   7—28

        Dixie Heights ....... 6  12  14  14—46

        3-pointers: R—Schmidt 2, Boaz, Miller. D—Shondel 3, Wright 2. Records: D 15-8, R 7-13.

        • Ludlow 54, Calvary Christian 51 (OT) — The Panthers converted 6-of-10 free throws in overtime.

        Ashley Pence led Ludlow with 23 points, including five from 3-point range. Amanda Wise recorded a double-double (11 points, 15 rebounds).

        Lisa VanBerkel led Calvary with 19 points.

        CALVARY CH. (51) — Woods 7 0 14, Lane 0 2 2, Adams 4 1 9, Curry 2 1 5, VanBerkel 7 5 19. Totals: 20 9 51.

        LUDLOW (54) — Miller 2 0 6, Wise 1 9 11, Blackburn 3 3 9, Lantry 1 3 5, Pence 7 4 23. Totals: 14 20 54.

        Calvary Ch. ....... 16  10   5  15  5—51

        Ludlow ....... 10   7  17  12  8—54

        3-pointers: L—Pence 5, Miller 2. Records: L 9-8.

        • Villa Madonna 52, Silver Grove 27 — The Blue Lightning took a 16-0 lead. Molly Halpin led Villa Madonna with 12 points and seven rebounds.

        SILVER GROVE (27) — Stortz 0 1 1, Snipes 2 0 4, Bellamy 3 0 6, Joering 1 0 2, Riley 1 0 2, Davidson 3 0 8, Iles 2 0 4. Totals: 12 1 27.

        VILLA MADONNA (52) — Wade 0 1 1, Uhling 3 2 8, Sullender 3 2 9, Noll 3 0 6, A. Randall 1 1 3, Thomas 3 0 7, Halpin 5 2 12, Humphrey 3 0 6. Totals: 21 8 52.

        Silver Grove ....... 0  12   9  6—27

        Villa Madonna ....... 14  14  20  4—52

        3-pointers: S—Davidson 2. V—Sullender, Thomas. Records: V 18-6, S 5-16.

        • Campbell County 60, Conner 53 — Stacy Barry sank two 3-pointers in the fourth quarter and Stacy Wilson added three free throws for the Camels.

        Campbell County took a 13-point lead in the second quarter but Conner rallied, cutting the deficit to 32-28 at halftime.

        CONNER (53) — Suter 2 0 4, Randall 5 6 16, Turner 1 0 2, Martin 7 0 15, Williams 0 5 5, Dooley 3 0 6, VonHandorf 1 3 5. Totals: 19 14 53.

        CAMPBELL COUNTY (60) — Wilson 1 3 5, Ballinger 2 1 5, Fowee 1 2 4, Mayhew 1 0 3, Bezold 5 0 10, Barry 4 1 12, Walker 4 1 9, King 4 4 12. Totals: 22 12 60.

        Conner ....... 14  14   9  16—53

        Campbell County ....... 16  18   9  17—60

        3-pointers: C—Martin. CC—Mayhew, Barry 3. Records: CC 12-10.

        • Simon Kenton 52, Lloyd 49 — Freshman forward Miranda Morrison scored 12 of her team-high 14 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Pioneers to their first win of the season.

        The game was tied, 44-44, with 2:51 to go when Morrison scored six of Simon Kenton's final eight points.

        Lloyd sophomore forward Beth Fields tied Morrison for game-high scoring honors with 14 points.

        LLOYD (49) — Vance 3 0 6, Jenkins 3 1 7, Wear 2 0 4, Crouthers 4 1 10, Eades 2 2 6, Merritt 1 0 2, Fields 6 2 14. Totals: 21 6 49.

        SIMON KENTON (52) — Rawls 0 1 1, Morrison 4 6 14, Jones 3 0 7, Smock 1 3 5, Klaine 2 5 11, Stith 5 0 10, Sallee 2 0 4. Totals: 17 15 52.

        Lloyd ....... 12  8  13  16—49

        Simon Kenton ....... 12  7  16  17—52

        3-pointers: L — Crouthers. S — Klaine 2, Jones. Records: L 4-15, S 1-19.

        • Boone County 65, Scott 30 — The Rebels led from start-to-finish with Christian Stefanopoulos (19 points) triggering a 34-13 first half run for the Rebels.

        Jesse Thomas scored 11 to pace Scott.

        BOONE COUNTY (65) — Stefanopoulos 7 3 19, Henderson 3 9 16, Isaac 1 2 5, Matheny 1 2 4, Molleson 2 0 4, Newhouse 2 0 4, Grobmyer 1 1 3, Diehl 0 2 2, Sellers 1 0 2, Milner 1 0 2, Madden 0 2 2, Reed 1 0 2. Totals: 20 21 65.

        SCOTT (30) — Thomas 3 2 11, Matracia 3 1 7, Verville 2 0 5, Hutchinson 2 1 5, Tomlin 0 2 2. Totals: 10 6 30.

        Boone Co. ....... 15  19  12  19—65

        Scott ....... 5   8   5  12—30

        3-pointers: B—Stefanopoulos 2, Henderson, Isaac. S—Thomas 3, Verville. Records: B 20-4, S 10-12.

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