Wednesday, February 14, 2001

N.Ky. boys basketball games


Petty lifts Newport over Holy Cross

        Senior forward Thomas Petty scored nine of his 24 points in the fourth quarter to help Newport hold off Holy Cross 69-64 at Holy Cross.

        Newport opened a 10-point lead with five minutes left in the fourth quarter and then hit nine of 12 free throws down the stretch. Petty also had 12 rebounds.

        Senior forwards Don Smithson and Fred Ruebusch each added 15 points for Newport.

        Junior forward Jason Hinzman led the Indians with a career-high 20 points.

        NEWPORT (69) — Petty 10 3 24, Chandler 2 2 6, Whatley 1 3 5, Smithson 5 4 15, Basey 2 0 4, Ruebusch 5 3 15. Totals: 25 15 69.

        HOLY CROSS (64) — Carr 1 3 6,  Arlinghaus 4 4 13, Stevie 1 0 3, Steenken 1 0 3, Hinzman 8 3 20, Bornhorn 2 2 7, Wigger 6 0 12. Totals: 23 12 64.

        Newport ....... 17  10  19  23—69

        Holy Cross ....... 12  13  18  21—64

        3-pointers: N — Ruebusch 2, Petty, Smithson. H - Carr, Arlinghaus, Stevie, Steenken, Hinzman, Bornhorn. Records: N 6-9, H 8-13.

        • Bellevue 56, Heritage Academy 50 — Senior forward Mike Gullett scored 15 of his team-high 16 points in the second half for the Tigers.

        Eighth-grade guard Jackson Capel paced the Eagles with 20 points.

        BELLEVUE (56) — Delaney 4 3 12, Clemens 2 0 5, Bowman 1 0 3, Cain 6 0 12, Gullett 6 4 16, McIntyre 3 0 6, Gramer 1 0 2. Totals: 23 7 56.

        HERITAGE ACADEMY (50) — O'Toole 1 2 4, Highfield 7 3 17, Offutt 3 2 9, Capel 8 1 20. Totals: 19 8 50.

        Bellevue ....... 14   8  17  16—56

        Heritage Academy ....... 12  11   9  18—50

        3-pointers: B—Delaney, Clemens, Bowman, HA—Capel 3, Offutt. Records: B 6-14, HA 4-17.

        • Scott 57, Boone County 47 — The Eagles jumped out to a 19-3 first-quarter lead, including a 12-0 run to start the game that was fueled by Ben Lye's seven points.

        Bryan Stevenson scored 15 points for Scott. Lye finished with 11.

        Boone County was led by Ben Brown with 13 points.

        SCOTT (57) — Morris 3 0 7, Stevenson 5 3 15, Thompson 5 3 14, Lye 5 1 11, Medved 4 0 9. Totals: 22 7 57.

        BOONE COUNTY (47) — Kellerman 3 2 8, Rollins 2 5 11, Noble 1 0 3, Wilkin 2 2 6, Montgomery 3 0 6, Brown 5 2 13. Totals: 16 11 47.

        Scott ....... 19  5  16  17—57

        Boone County ....... 3  13  20  11—47

        3-pointers: S—Morris, Stevenson 3, Thompson, Medved, BC—Rollins 2, Noble, Brown. Records: S 20-4, BC 8-14.

        • Dixie Heights 62, Ryle 57 — Sophomore center Doug Jones scored six of his team-high 18 points in the third quarter to fuel a 12-0 run by the Colonels.

        Junior forward Cy Egger hit two key 3-pointers in the third quarter to tie the game. Dixie hit 11 of 12 from the foul line during the last three minutes of the game to seal the victory.

        Sophomore forward Justin Doellman scored 11 of his game-high 19 points in the first half for the Raiders.

        DIXIE HEIGHTS (62) — O'Toole 1 1 4, Lonergan 2 4 8, R.Bramlage 3 6 12, Egger 4 2 13, J.Bramlage 3 1 7, Jones 7 4 18. Totals: 20 18 62.

        RYLE (57) — Beil 3 0 8, Doellman 9 0 19, Margrave 1 0 3, Crigler 4 0 9, Ginn 1 0 2, Feagan 4 0 9, Noel 0 7 7. Totals: 22 7 57.

        Dixie Heights ....... 10  13  26  13—62

        Ryle ....... 13  21  11  13—57

        3-pointers: DH—Egger 3, O'Toole, R—Beil 2, Doellman, Margrave, Crigler, Feagan. Records: DH 16-7, R 8-15.

        • Beechwood 73, Dayton 66 — Senior center John Downs scored 21 points and grabbed 17 rebounds to lead the Tigers.

        Ross Hart added 20 points for Beechwood.

        Robert Reynolds paced Dayton with 16 points and 12 rebounds.

        BEECHWOOD (73) — Glueck 2 2 7, Stowers 1 2 4, Boyle 2 3 7, Younts 0 2 2, Hart 8 4 20, Morris 2 0 6, Downs 8 5 21, Montoya 3 0 6. Totals: 26 18 73.

        DAYTON (66) — Hall 4 2 11, Gilbert 2 2 6, Stockton 3 0 13, Huff 0 3 3, Wiseman 6 2 15, Rogg 1 0 2, Reynolds 7 2 16. Totals: 26 11 66.

        Beechwood ....... 26  12  15  20—73

        Dayton ....... 8  16  16  26—66

        3-pointers: B—Glueck, Morris 2. D—Hall, Stockton, Wiseman. Records: B 16-7; D 6-16.

        • Silver Grove 88, Villa Madonna 52 — Senior guard Jamie Richmond scored 11 of his game-high 18 points in the first quarter as the Big Trains rolled to the victory.

        Silver Grove senior forward Josh Kopp added a season-high 12 points.

        John Kenkel led Villa Madonna with 14 points.

        VILLA MADONNA (52) — Kenkel 1 0 2, J. Kenkel 5 3 14, Ford 2 1 7, Grady 1 0 2, Crisler 1 3 5, Fitzpatrick 3 0 7, Love 4 1 10, Kopp 1 0 3, Shumate 1 0 2. Totals: 19 8 52.

        SILVER GROVE (88) — Bacis 2 2 6, Richmond 7 1 18, Jo. Horstman 3 0 7, Bauman 2 0 4, Ji. Horstman 5 0 10, Bond 1 0 2, C. McCarter 5 2 14, B. McCarter 2 0 4, Biltz 1 0 2, Lewis 1 0 3, Kopp 6 0 12, Fletcher 1 0 3, Stewart 1 1 3. Totals: 37 6 88.

        Villa Madonna ....... 7  10  12  23—52

        Silver Grove ....... 27  23  23  15—88

        3-pointers: V — Ford 2, Fitzpatrick, Love, Kopp, J. Kenkel. S — Richmond 3, C. McCarter 2, Jo. Horstman, Lewis, Fletcher. Records: S 23-2.

        • Covington Catholic 69, Highlands 48 — Junior guard Greg Hiltz scored 17 points, and senior guard Adam Quast scored 12 to lead Covington Catholic.

        Senior forward Gino Guidugli scored 16 of his 20 points in the first half for Highlands.

        The Colonels outrebounded Highlands 31-22, with Chad Wachs grabbing eight for Covington Catholic.

        HIGHLANDS (48) — Guidugli 9 1 20, Neltner 4 0 8, Forbes 3 1 7, Moevas 2 2 6, Miller 1 2 4, Liggett 1 0 3. Totals: 20 6 48.

        COV. CATH. (69) — Hiltz 6 0 17, Quast 3 5 12, Bain 3 0 8, Lewin 3 1 8, Wachs 4 0 8, Middendorf 3 0 6, Blazejewski 2 0 4, Finke 2 0 4, Wilcox 1 0 2. Totals: 27 6 69.

        Highlands ....... 13  13   9  13—48

        Cov. Cath. ....... 13  16  23  17—69

        3-pointers: H—Guidugli, Liggett. C—Hiltz 5, Bain 2, Lewin, Quast. Records: H 14-7, CC 17-5.

        • Simon Kenton 68, Lloyd 52 — Senior forward Kevin Cristello led a balanced Simon Kenton offense with 14 points.

        The Pioneers went 11-for-20 from the 3-point line.

        Michael Hopkins paced the Juggernauts with 13 points.

        LLOYD (52) — Quinn 2 0 4, Vogt 0 2 2, Hollenkamp 1 0 3, Fox 4 0 9, Mullins 3 0 8, Sullivan 1 0 3, Holbrook 1 0 2, Michael Hopkins 6 1 13, Myron Hopkins 3 0 8. Totals: 21 3 52.

        SIMON KENTON (68) — Stowers 3 0 8, Cristello 6 2 14, Brock 2 1 5, Hopkins 2 0 4, Reed 3 0 7, Hurt 0 1 1, Brandon Harris 3 1 9, Baker 3 0 9, Ben Harris 2 0 5, Smock 3 0 6. Totals: 26 5 68.

        Lloyd ....... 14   5  13  20—52

        Simon Kenton ....... 19  16  22  11—68

        3-pointers: L—My. Hopkins 2, Mullins 2, Sullivan, Fox, Hollenkamp. S—Baker 3, Stowers 2, Br. Harris 2, Smock 2, Be. Harris, Reed. Records: L 9-14; S 18-6.

        • Bishop Brossart 66, St. Henry 62 — Senior forward Chris Ryan scored seven of Brossart's 26 second-quarter points and finished with 21 points.

        Senior forward Rob Luschek scored 10 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for Brossart.

        Senior forward Andrew Vieth paced the Crusaders with 21 points.

        ST. HENRY (62) — Voelker 1 2 4, Franks 2 5 10, Fabiani 1 0 2, Vieth 9 3 21, Cook 2 0 4, Love 2 1 6, Eisenmenger 5 4 15. Totals: 22 15 62.

        BISHOP BROSSART (66) — Ziegler 2 5 9, Lloyd 1 2 4, Eten 3 5 12, Ryan 7 5 21, Luschek 3 4 10, Bertke 2 0 4, Rhoden 2 2 6. Totals: 20 23 66.

        St. Henry ....... 10  20  17  15—62

        Bishop Brossart ....... 4  26  16  20—66

        3-pointers: S-Franks, Love, Eisenmenger; B-Ryan 2, Eten. Records: S 12-11; B 14-11.

        • Newport Central Catholic 76, Holmes 48 — Senior guard Ronny Dawn scored 32 points, including eight 3-pointers, to lift Newport past Holmes.

        Senior center Corey Myers added 14 points for NewCath.

        Sophomore guard Brandon Smith scored 12 points for Holmes.

        HOLMES (48) - Smith 4 0 12, White 2 2 6, Walker 5 0 10, Fisher 1 0 3, Elsbernd 1 0 2, Rice 1 0 3, Gentry 1 0 2, Jackson 4 2 10. Totals: 19 4 48.

        NCC (76) — Pangallo 1 0 2, A. Dawn 1 0 3, R. Dawn 12 0 32, Bonhaus 1 2 5, Giesler 1 0 2, Colson 2 2 7, Little 1 0 2, Heister 1 0 3, Myers 6 2 14, Lynn 2 0 4, Kellinghaus 1 0 2. Totals: 29 6 76.

        HOLMES ....... 14  11   8  15—48

        NCC ....... 15  19  20  22—76

        3-pointers: H—Smith 4, Fisher, Rice. NCC—R. Dawn 8, A. Dawn, Bonhaus, Colson, Heister. Records:Holmes 8-14; NCC 21-5.

        • Mason County 77, Bracken County 30 — Mason forced 10 first-quarter turnovers.

        Joe Ross scored a game-high 14 points for Mason County. All 15 of Mason County's players scored.

        MASON COUNTY (77) — Commodore 2 2 6, Lofton 3 0 6, R. Myrick 1 0 2, Vice 1 0 3, Grutza 6 0 13, Lewis 3 1 7, N. Myrick 3 0 7, Cline 0 1 1, Litzinger 1 0 2, Chambers 2 2 6, Pichard 2 0 4, Ross 4 2 14, M. Gilbert 1 0 2, Cecil 1 0 2, D. Gilbert 1 0 2. Totals: 31 8 77.

        BRACKEN COUNTY (30) — N. Free 2 2 6, Smith 1 0 2, Roberts 2 2 6, Woods 1 0 2, Rees 3 0 8, Cooke 1 1 3, Ayres 1 1 3. Totals: 11 6 30.

        Mason Co. ....... 24  16  17  20—77

        Bracken Co. ....... 8  11  2   9—30

        3-pointers: M- Ross 4, Vice, Grutza, M. Myrick; B- Rees 2. Records:M 19-4; B 5-15.

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