Wednesday, February 14, 2001

Cincinnati boys basketball games


Moeller clinches share of GCL South

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Moeller's Clint Nagel drives past Roger Bacon's Monty St. Clair.
(Steven M. Herppich photo)
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        Moeller made 24 of 30 free throws, including 16 of 22 in the fourth quarter, to beat Roger Bacon 67-49 and clinch at least a tie in the GCL South division with St.Xavier.

        Matt Sylvester led Moeller, No.3 in the Enquirer's Division I poll, with a game-high 25 points. Scott Byrnes and Jim Wood each added 10 points.

        Roger Bacon, No.1 in Divisions II-IV, was led by Josh Hausfeld with 14 points. Moeller can win the league outright with a victory Friday against La Salle.

        MOELLER (67) — Tabler 0 2 2, Byrnes 3 3 10, Mahoney 0 2 2, Monserez 3 1 8, Wood 3 2 10, Reisert 0 2 2, Nagel 0 3 3, Schwertman 0 2 2, Sylvester 9 6 25, McGlone 1 1 3. Totals: 19 24 67.

        ROGER BACON (49) — Hausfeld 7 0 14, Johnson 2 0 6, Newton 2 0 4, Land 3 0 6, St. Clair 0 2 2, Huerkamp 1 0 3, Bush 1 0 2, Merridy 1 1 3, Phillips 1 0 2, Wyrick 2 1 7. Totals: 20 4 49.

        Moeller ....... 11  17  14  25—67

        R. Bacon ....... 10  11   8  20—49

        3-pointers: RB-Johnson 2, Wyrick 2, Huerkamp. M-Byrnes, Monserez, Sylvester, Wood 2. Records: RB 12-7 (GCL 7-6), M 15-4 (11-2).

        • Elder 60, Kettering Alter 54 — Junior forward Mike Kroeger came off the bench to score 11 of his team-high 13 points in the first half and help No.5 Elder open a seven-point lead the Panthers were able to maintain.

        Kroeger led four Panthers in double figures, including senior forward Scott Benken, who had 11 rebounds to go with his 11 points.

        Senior center Adam Waleskowski scored a game-high 21 points for Kettering Alter, the No.3 Division II team in the state.

        ELDER (60) — Miller 1 4 7, Bazeley 4 2 10, Benken 3 5 11, Schenke 2 1 5, Mahon 4 0 12, Wiehe 1 0 2, Kroeger 6 0 13. Totals: 21 12 60.

        KETTERING ALTER (54) — J. Penno 2 4 8, Laumann 1 2 5, Knellinger 0 1 1, D. Penno 1 6 8, Jones 2 2 8, Kohls 1 1 3, Waleskowski 7 6 21. Totals: 14 22 54.

        Elder ....... 13  16  16  15—60

        Kettering Alter ....... 10  12  15  17—54

        3-pointers: E — Mahon 4, Kroeger, Miller. A — Jones 2, Waleskowski, Laumann. Records: E 13-6 (7-4 GCLS), A 17-2 (11-2 GCLN).

        • Chaminade-Julienne 56, Badin 50 — Jermiel Atkins had a game-high 19 points to lead the Eagles.

        Eric Krueger added 11 points for C-J, including three 3-pointers.

        Bret Noonan scored 17 points for Badin, and Josh Brinck had 10.

        CHAMINADE-JULIENNE (56) — Krueger 4 1 11, Beach 1 2 4, Thomas 4 0 8, Atkins 7 5 19, Wilmes 1 0 2, Saluke 2 0 6, Akerele 0 1 1, Johnagan 2 1 5. Totals: 21 9 56.

        BADIN (50) — Mergy 7 2 16, Oswald 1 0 3, Brown 1 0 2, Noonan 7 3 17, Shull 1 0 2, Brinck 5 0 10. Totals: 22 5 50.

        CJ ....... 13  16  12  15—56

        Badin ....... 12   6  19  13—50

        3-pointers: B-Oswald. CJ-Krueger 3, Saluke 2. Records: B 1-18 (GCL 0-13).

        • Purcell Marian 64, McNicholas 61 — Tony Fulks had a game-high 24 points, including 15 in the fourth quarter on 9-of-10 shooting from the line, and eight rebounds to lead No.4 Purcell over No.2 McNicholas.

        Keith Jackson added 20 points and grabbed six rebounds for the Cavaliers.

        Geoff Hensley scored 16 points for the Rockets, including a 3-pointer and the ensuing foul shot, to put McNicholas ahead by one point with 2 1/2 minutes left in the fourth quarter. Paul Sheehy added 15 points and Brian Chrin 13.

        MCNICHOLAS (61) — Hensley 5 3 16, Cupito 1 2 4, Dyment 1 1 3, Sheehy 5 3 15, Coates 1 0 2, Brunetti 2 0 4, Lawhon 1 2 4, Chrin 5 2 13. Totals: 21 13 61.

        PURCELL MARIAN (64) — Finnell 1 2 4, Fulks 7 10 24, Elliott 2 0 4, Jackson 7 6 20, Thornton 2 0 4, Cooper 1 2 4, Calloway 2 0 4. Totals: 22 20 64.

        McNicholas ....... 16   8  15  22—61

        Purcell ....... 12  16  11  25—64

        3-pointers: PM-None. M—Hensley 3, Sheehy 2, Chrin. Records: PM 11-8 (GCL 6-7), M 12-7 (7-6).

Queen City Conference
              
Aiken 54, Woodward 48 — Darrell Jackson made four straight free throws with less than two minutes to play to seal the win for the Falcons.

        Woodward fought back to take a one-point lead, 46-45, with less than two minutes left before Jackson's clutch free throws.

        Chris Taylor scored a game-high 24 points for Aiken, including two in a 5-0 run to open the third quarter.

        Keoni Watson led Woodward with 16 points, including two third-quarter 3-pointers to spark the Bulldogs' comeback.

        AIKEN (54) — Robinson 3 2 8, Smith 3 1 8, Phoenix 3 0 6, Jackson 1 4 6, Higgins 0 2 2, Taylor 11 2 24. Totals: 21 11 54.

        WOODWARD (48) — Edwards 3 7 13, Watson 6 1 16, Armstrong 2 3 7, Walker 4 0 8, Bess 2 0 4. Totals: 17 11 48.

        Aiken ....... 11  12  19  12—54

        Woodward ....... 12   7  17  12—48

        3-pointers: A — Smith. W — Watson 3. Records: A 5-14 (2-10 QCC), W 9-10 (6-7 QCC).

        • Walnut Hills 57, Mount Healthy 56 — Lawrence Wilson made a layup with 17 seconds to play to give Walnut Hills the one-point victory.

        Mount Healthy had taken a 56-53 lead with just less than a minute to play, when Wilson scored four straight points. Mount Healthy's last-second shot bounced off the rim.

        The Owls erased a 19-point halftime deficit behind the play of Robert Perkins, Deon Short and Mark Lofton. Oliver Robinson added 14 points for Walnut Hills.

        WALNUT HILLS (57) — Williams 2 0 4, Staton 1 0 2, Wilson 10 0 22, Lamkin 2 1 5, Bonner 4 0 8, Robinson 7 0 14, Ault 1 0 2. Totals: 27 1 57.

        MOUNT HEALTHY (56) — Flowers 2 0 4, Love 4 0 8, Perkins 6 0 14, Short 5 7 17, Lofton 5 3 13. Totals: 22 10 56.

        Walnut Hills ....... 16  21  10  10—57

        Mount Healthy ....... 13   5  21  17—56

        3-pointers: W—Wilson 2. M—Perkins 2. Records: M 9-10 (QCC 6-7).

Miami Valley Conference
        • CHCA 78, Lockland 30 — Senior guard Joe Owens scored nine of his game-high 16 points in the first quarter as the No.7 Eagles jumped out to a 20-10 lead and never looked back.

        CHCA remains one-half game behind Cincinnati Country Day in the Miami Valley Conference.

        Senior center Allen Walker paced the Panthers with 12 points.

        LOCKLAND (30) — Cox 2 0 5, Pittman 3 1 7, Collins 1 0 2, Beisbrook 2 1 5, Farley 2 3 7, Walker 2 8 12. Totals: 12 13 30.

        CHCA (78) — J.Morelock 3 0 6, T.Morelock 1 1 4, Z.West 1 0 2, C.West 1 0 3, Turner 1 0 2, Hitchcock 3 0 6, Hunter 1 2 4, Owens 7 1 16, Shaw 1 1 3, Lovellette 1 0 2, Hager 1 2 4, Trenz 6 1 13, Taylor 6 1 13. Totals: 33 9 78.

        Lockland ....... 10  11  10   7—30

        CHCA ....... 20  27  19  12—78

        3-pointers: L—Cox, C—T.Morelock, Owens, C.West. Records: L 3-16 (2-13 MVC), C 16-2 (13-1).

        • Cincinnati Country Day 57, North College Hill 50 — Joel Ellison hit all three of his 3-pointers in the third quarter to help sixth-ranked Cincinnati Country Day overcome a four-point halftime deficit in the make-up game with No.10 North College Hill.

        Ellison scored nine of his 16 points in the third quarter. Austin Mitchell scored 11 of his game-high 19 points in the first quarter for CCD.

        Shannon Smith scored 12 to lead the Trojans.

        The win allows the Indians to maintain at least a half-game edge over Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy in the Miami Valley Conference race.

        CINCINNATI COUNTRY DAY (57) — Gardiner 3 1 7, Ellison 4 5 16, Allen 3 1 7, Cohen 1 2 4, Mitchell 6 7 19, Seward 2 0 4. Totals: 19 16 57.

        NORTH COLLEGE HILL (50) — Turner 3 0 6, Allen 1 0 2, Moore 2 2 7, Smith 3 5 12, Victorian 4 3 11, Fitzhugh 1 0 2, Ivery 2 0 4, Jackson 2 2 6. Totals: 18 12 50.

        CCD ....... 15   8  20  14—57

        NCH ....... 16  11  5  18—50

        3-pointers: C — Ellison 3. N — Moore, Smith. Records: CCD 18-1 (14-1 MVC), N 12-7 (11-4 MVC).

        • Seven Hills 63, Summit Country Day 53 — Sophomore guard Alex Derkson triggered the Stingers 18-5 first-quarter lead, scoring eight of his 22 points.

        Junior forward J.T. Turba made two field goals and two free throws in the fourth quarter to increase Seven Hills' lead from nine to 15 points.

        Senior guard Topher Sheldon led the Silver Knights with 16 points.

        SUMMIT (53) — Sheldon 4 5 16, Sanzere 2 2 6, Yarnell 1 7 9, Deardorff 5 0 12, Trautman 1 0 3, Cosgrove 0 1 1, Roth 3 0 6. Totals: 16 15 53.

        SEVEN HILLS (63) — Burke 1 2 4, Rohde 3 2 9, Lenobel 3 1 8, Sittenfeld 1 0 2, Turba 4 2 10, Derkson 7 7 22, Lin 1 2 4, Reed 2 0 4. Totals: 22 16 63.

        Summit ....... 5  11  14  23—53

        Seven Hills ....... 18  13  13  19—63

        3-pointers: Su-Sheldon 3, Deardorff 2, Trautman; Se-Rohde, Lenobel, Derkson. Records: Su 6-11 (5-9 MVC); Se 9-10 (7-8 MVC).

Fort Ancient Valley Conference
               Mason 46, Ross 45 - Junior guard Kyle Peters hit the first of two free throws with two-tenths of a second left to give Mason a 46-45 win over Ross.

        Mason's stifling defense held the Rams to one field goal in the fourth quarter. Junior guard Sean Combs led Mason with 12 points.

        Senior guard Brandon Wagner paced the Rams with 16 points.

        MASON (46) — Combs 5 1 12, Peters 0 1 1, Owens 0 2 2, Decker 2 0 4, Hill 4 3 11, Faulkner 5 1 11, Harmon 2 0 5. Totals: 18 8 46.

        ROSS (45) — Estes 0 2 2, McBreen 3 0 6, Hutson 2 0 4, Overton 2 0 4, Wagner 5 3 16, Sizemore 4 2 10, Rice 0 3 3. Totals: 16 10 45.

        Mason ....... 10  19   7  10—46

        Ross ....... 9  18  12   6—45

        3-pointers: M—Harmon, R—Wagner 3. Records: M 11-8, R 13-6.

        • Anderson 57, Kings 45 The Redskins continued to roll by posting their sixth straight victory. Senior guard Kenny Riddell led the way for Anderson, scoring all 20 of his points in the first three quarters.

        Sophomore forward John Walters paced Kings with 12 points.

        KINGS (45) — Wank 1 0 2, Cahill 1 0 2, Walters 5 2 12, Garvin 2 4 8, C.Davis 2 0 4, Padgett 1 0 2, Stephenson 1 0 2, S.Davis 0 3 3, Gayhart 1 0 2, Cossman 2 2 7, Maurer 0 1 1. Totals:16 12 45.

        ANDERSON (57) — Riddell 8 0 20, Norwell 3 4 10, Collar 4 0 9, Kosky 3 2 8, Turer 2 0 4, Thompson 1 2 4, Hayden 1 0 2. Totals:22 8 57.

        Kings ....... 5  15   9  16—45

        Anderson ....... 14  17  13  13—57

        3-pointers: K—Cossman, A—Riddell 4, Collar. Records: K 1-18, A 13-6.

        Mid-Miami League

        • Springboro 60, Lebanon 45 — Junior guard Jason Francis scored eight of his 12 points in the first quarter for the Panthers.

        Freshman forward Jordan Langston paced the Warriors with 11 points.

        SPRINGBORO (60) — Byers 1 1 3, J. Francis 4 1 12, Benseler 3 0 6, Johnson 3 1 7, D. Francis 4 1 9, Westbeld 3 2 8, Hendrick 2 1 5, Ellis 4 0 10. Totals: 24 7 60.

        LEBANON (45) — Karnes 1 0 2, Ault 1 0 3, Amburgy 3 2 8, Jared Langston 0 2 2, Jordan Langston 5 1 11, Jacobs 4 2 10, Merchant 4 0 9. Totals: 18 7 45.

        Springboro ....... 15  10  23  12—60

        Lebanon ....... 11   9   8  17—45

        3-pointers: S-J. Francis 3, Ellis 2; L-Ault, Merchant. Records: S 17-2; L 13-5.

        Nonleague

        • North Adams 73, Bethel—Tate 71 — With the score tied at 71 and four seconds to go in regulation, North Adams stole an inbounds pass, and goaltending was called on the Green Devils' last-second shot to win the game for North Adams.

        Senior guard Derrick Pence scored 20 points senior center Brock Pistol had 19 for North Adams.

        Senior forward Andy Hesketh scored 19 points and grabbed eight rebounds for the Tigers.

        NORTH ADAMS (73) — Copas 3 0 8, Gill 1 0 2, Tolle 1 0 2, Michael 2 0 4, Pence 6 3 20, Pistol 9 1 19, Fenton 3 0 7, Davis 5 1 11. Totals: 27 5 73.

        BETHEL-TATE (71) — Gill 3 5 11, Wylie 4 4 12, Hesketh 7 4 19, M. Cunningham 4 0 8, B. Cunningham 2 2 6, Gilbert 1 1 3, Gregory 4 0 12. Totals: 25 16 71.

        North Adams ....... 19  17  25  12—73

        Bethel-Tate ....... 14  23  17  17—71

        3-pointers: N-Copas 2, Pence 3, Fenton; B-Hesketh, Gregory 4. Records: N 10-9; B 6-13.

        • Dayton Jefferson 75, Cincinnati Christian 57 — Eric Carpenter and Regie Shedd both scored 18 points to lead the Broncos.

        Junior guard Rundle Brockman paced the Cougars with 13 points and five steals.

        DAYTON JEFFERSON (75) — Slaughter 3 2 8, Walker 1 0 2, Shedd 6 0 12, Carpenter 6 4 18, R. Shedd 7 3 18, Stevens 2 0 4, Ware 2 5 9, Ober 2 0 4. Totals: 29 14 75.

        CINCINNATI CHRISTIAN (57) — Eernisse 2 2 7, McQuiddy 1 2 4, Brockman 4 5 13, Irving 3 2 8, Garrettson 0 2 2, Collett 2 0 5, Coats 2 0 4, Lowe 5 4 14. Totals: 19 17 57.

        Dayton Jefferson ....... 16  20  23  16—75

        Cincinnati Christian ....... 13  12  16  16—57

        3-pointers: D-Carpenter 2, Shedd; C-Eernisse, Collett. Records: D 11-8 (11-3 MBC); C 8-10 (4-7 MBC).

        • Harrison 71, Talawanda 63 — Sophomore guard Alan Brech scored seven of his season-high 17 points in the second quarter as the Wildcats took control.

        Brech also set a season high with nine assists. Junior guard Paul Volkerding scored a game-high 28 points for Harrison.

        Rusty Bennett scored 16 points to lead four Braves into double figures.

        TALAWANDA (63) — Prows 1 0 2, Winkler 5 0 15, Pierce 4 0 10, Holmes 5 2 13, Bennett 7 1 16, Jacobs 2 3 7. Totals: 24 6 63.

        HARRISON (71) — Volkerding 10 3 28, Kist 5 0 13, Brech 5 6 17, Ludwick 3 0 6, Ruther 1 0 2, Luckey 1 2 4, McDonald 0 1 1. Totals: 25 12 71.

        Talawanda ....... 18  12  15  18—63

        Harrison ....... 18  20  19  14—71

        3-pointers: T — Winkler 5, Pierce 2, Holmes, Bennett. H — Volkerding 5, Kist 3, Brech. Records: T 10-9, H 10-9.

        • Deer Park 64, Batavia 61 — Brandon Hickey blocked a 3-point attempt by Matt Faris at the buzzer to preserve the win for Deer Park.

        Justin Dennis scored a game-high 24 points, including six 3-pointers, and Cory Burke added 23 points for the Wildcats. Burke and Dennis combined to score all 19 points for Deer Park in the third quarter.

        Seth Ellis had nine of his 13 points in the fourth quarter to lead the comeback run for Batavia. Brad Mallon scored 15 points for Batavia.

        DEER PARK (64) — Burke 9 4 23, Beckman 3 1 7, Hickey 1 4 6, Dennis 8 2 24, Rovekamp 2 0 4. Totals: 23 11 64.

        BATAVIA (61) — Wilson 4 3 13, Hennessey 4 2 11, Faris 4 0 9, Ellis 4 5 13, Mallon 5 4 15. Totals: 21 14 61.

        Deer Park ....... 18  13  19  14—64

        Batavia ....... 13  19  11  18—61

        3-pointers: B-Wilson 2, Hennessey, Faris, Mallon. DP-Dennis 6, Burke. Records: B 8-9, DP 4-14.

        • Glen Este 50, Western Brown 42 — Glen Este made 13 of its 16 fourth-quarter free throws en route to the victory.

        Senior forward Chris Tieke scored a game-high 17 points for Glen Este.

        WESTERN BROWN (42) — Midlaw 3 0 6, Davis 0 2 2, Hudson 1 2 4, Patton 3 2 8, Williams 5 1 13, Conrad 1 1 3, Melvin 3 0 6. Totals: 16 8 42.

        GLEN ESTE (50) — Rieck 1 3 5, Blair 2 1 5, Mattei 2 5 9, Clust 0 1 1, Bryant 2 2 6, Klyburn 3 0 6, Tieke 5 6 17, Diebel 0 1 1. Totals: 15 19 50.

        Western Brown ....... 6  5  10  21—42

        Glen Este ....... 5  12  14  19—50

        3-pointers: W- Williams 2; G- Tieke. Records: GE 11-8 (6-7 FABC Buckeye).

Southern Hills League

        Eastern Brown 51, Ripley 48 — Eastern Brown outshot Ripley 28-8 from the free throw line in defeating the Blue Jays in SHL action Tuesday night.

        Junior Justin Folton scored a career-high 23 points for Ripley in the loss.

        Kyle Stout (15), Craig Datson (12) and R.J. Beucler (10) all scored in double figures for Eastern Brown.

        RIPLEY (48) — Turner 1 0 2, Taylor 2 1 5, Teegarden 1 2 4, Folton 9 2 23, Marshall 5 1 12, Flannery 1 0 2. Totals: 19 6 48.

        EASTERN BROWN (51) — Stout 5 3 15, Datson 2 8 12, Beucler 4 2 10, Downing 1 4 6, Mignery 0 2 2, Carlisle 0 1 1, Huff 2 1 5. Totals: 14 21 51.

        Ripley ....... 11   8  10  19—48

        Eastern Brown ....... 15   7  10  19—51

        3-pointers: R—Fulton 3, Marshall. E—Stout 2. Records: R 15-3 (12-2 SHL); E 13-6 (8-6 SHL).

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