Friday, February 16, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Freshman leads Fairfield past Milford

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Freshman Wanisha Smith scored a game-high 27 points as Fairfield, ranked No.6 in The Enquirer's Division I area coaches poll, beat Milford 61-41 in a girls sectional basketball tournament game at Mount St.Joseph Thursday night.

        The Indians advance to play Harrison at 7p.m. Wednesday at Mount St. Joseph.

        Paige Gulleman scored eight points for Milford, all in the fourth quarter.

        MILFORD (41) — Thomas 1 0 3, Clay 0 2 2, Jack 1 0 2, Moorman 1 1 4, Hrovat 1 3 5, Gaible 3 1 7, Richmond 1 2 4, Gardner 1 4 6, Gulleman 2 4 8. Totals: 11 17 41.

        FAIRFIELD (61) — Buczek 4 0 8, Swink 1 0 2, Smith 12 3 27, Davenport 2 0 4, Taylor 4 3 11, Carty 1 0 3, Lautenslager 1 0 2, Hauck 1 2 4. Totals: 26 8 61.

        Milford ....... 3  11   7  20—41

        Fairfield ....... 17  12  13  19—61

        3-pointers: M- Thomas, Jack; F— Carty. Records: F 14-7; M 6-15.

        • Lakota West 71, Aiken 10, Division I sectional at Lakota East — Sophomore guard Stephanie Comisar set a single-game school record with 10 steals as the No.4-ranked Firebirds advanced to play St. Ursula at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

        Comisar has 57 steals this season, also a record.

        Senior center Cara Wright scored 24 points for Lakota West.

        Sophomore guard Karita Carter led the Falcons with nine points.

        LAKOTA WEST (71) — Steciow 0 1 1, Comisar 1 5 7, Nowicki 1 0 2, Swift 5 0 10, Wright 10 4 24, Carlberg 2 5 9, Eifert 5 0 10, Gostisha 1 2 4, Wallden 1 2 4. Totals: 26 19 71

        AIKEN (10) — Carter 4 0 9, Gebreab 0 1 1. Totals: 4 1 10.

        Lakota West ....... 15  22  19  15—71

        Aiken ....... 0   1   2   7—10

        3-pointers: A—Carter. Records: LW 18-3, A 0-20.

        • Seton 63, Anderson 36, Division I at Lakota East — Junior guard Julie Robbins and sophomore forward Elise Meyer each scored 15 points for the No.8 Saints.

        Sophomore guard Lauren Gruber led the Redskins with 12 points.

        Seton will play the winner of Saturday's St.Ursula-Lakota West game Thursday.

        ANDERSON (36) — Gearhart 1 0 2, Scherrick 1 2 5, Deds 4 2 10, Gruber 2 6 12, Leavy 3 0 7. Totals: 11 10 36.

        SETON (63) — Day 2 0 5, Hide 2 0 4, Kelsey 1 2 4, Kenney 2 0 5, Leonard 1 0 2, A.Meyer 0 2 2, E.Meyer 6 1 15, Robbins 5 4 15, Schiller 4 0 8, Marnell 1 0 2, Doerflein 0 1 1. Totals: 24 10 63.

        Anderson ....... 8  10  11   7—36

        Seton ....... 9  16  24  14—63

        3-pointers: A—Scherrick, Gruber 2, Leavy, S—Day, Kenney, E.Meyer 2, Robbins. Records: A 9-12, S 12-9.

        • Kings 60, Bethel-Tate 25, Division II sectional at Springboro — Sarah Fox scored a game-high 17 points for Kings, the No.6 team in The Enquirer's Divisions II-IV coaches poll. The Knights will play Badin at 7:30p.m. Thursday.

        Brooke Howe led the Tigers with 11 points.

        KINGS (60) — Heekin 3 2 10, Daugherty 1 0 2, Oliva 0 2 2, Roudabush 3 1 7, S. Fox 7 2 17, Bryant 1 0 2, McClung 5 4 14, L. Fox 3 0 6. Totals: 23 11 60.

        BETHEL-TATE (25) — Shouse 1 0 2, Beck 1 1 3, Harp 0 1 1, Collins 2 0 4, Wilson 1 2 4, Howe 5 1 11. Totals: 10 5 25.

        Kings ....... 20  13  15  12—60

        Bethel-Tate ....... 3   4   7  11—25

        3-pointers: K — Heekin 2, S. Fox. Records: K 19-3, 3-18.

        • Badin 80, Woodward 33, Division II sectional at Springboro — Cydney Overton scored 16 points for the No.7 Rams.

        Tierra Johnson scored 16 points for the Bulldogs.

        Badin meets Kings at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

        WOODWARD (33) — Johnson 7 1 16, Bigges 2 0 4, Lillard 0 1 1, Jones 3 0 6, Bradley 1 0 2, Love 1 0 2, Williams 1 0 2. Totals: 15 2 33.

        BADIN (80) — Vilkoski 1 2 4, Gelsbach 2 0 4, Collins 2 0 4, Sphire 3 0 6, Parker 4 0 9, Saurber 2 0 4, Beckett 2 2 6, Brennan 2 0 6, Shull 6 0 12, Morner 0 5 5, Overton 8 0 16, Kuzmon 1 0 2, Timmer 1 0 2. Totals: 34 9 80.

        Woodward ....... 5   9  12   7—33

        Badin ....... 28  17  17  18—80

        3-pointers: W — Johnson. B — Brennan 2, Parker. Records: W 3-12, B 14-8.

        • Goshen 77, Taylor 38, Division II sectional at Kings — Kelley Phillips scored a game-high 17 points for the Warriors.

        Carrie Crafford and Danielle Poynter each had 11 points for Taylor.

        Goshen will play Purcell Marian at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

        GOSHEN (77) — Rise 6 1 13, Polly 7 0 14, Jay 1 2 5, Martin 1 0 2, Bitzer 1 0 2, Wainscott 1 0 2, Scott 2 8 12, Pels 2 4 8, McGrath 0 2 2, Phillips 4 9 17. Totals: 25 28 77

        TAYLOR (38) — Neidhard 2 2 7, Gerwin 1 0 2, Crafford 4 1 11, Poynter 3 3 11, Thinnes 0 1 1, Rapking 1 2 4, Rogers 1 0 2. Totals: 12 9 38.

        Goshen ....... 22  26  21  18—77

        Taylor ....... 9  11   7  11—38

        3-pointers: G — Jay. T — Crafford 2, Poynter, Neidhard. Records: G 19-3, T 8-13.

        • Purcell Marian 63, School for the Creative and Performing Arts 18, Division II sectional at Kings — Patti White scored 12 of top-seeded and No.4-ranked Purcell Marian's 20 first-quarter points and finished with a game-high 20.

        Kasey Hill and Iasha John each scored four points to lead SCPA.

        Purcell Marian will meet Goshen at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

        SCPA (18) — Spickard 1 0 2, McCollum 1 0 2, Hill 2 0 4, Rintamaki 1 0 3, John 1 2 4, Williams 0 3 3. Totals: 6 5 18.

        PURCELL MARIAN (63) — Rogers 2 1 5, Carter 2 0 4, Hale 1 0 2, Finnell 6 3 15, Valdini 1 0 2, P. White 8 4 20, Reece 3 0 6, A. White 4 1 9. Totals: 27 9 63.

        SCPA ....... 7   3   4   4—18

        Purcell Marian ....... 20  16  11  16—63

        3-pointers: S — Rintamaki. Record: P 17-5

        • Felicity 45, Ripley 35, Division III Sectional at Wilmington — Danielle Easter and Carrie Keller combined to score 11 points in the fourth quarter to break open a tied game.

        and Keller had 11Alishia Brandenburg led Ripley with 17 points.

        Felicity plays Preble Shawnee at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

        RIPLEY (35) — Campbell 2 3 8, Brandenburg 7 3 17, Hornsby 2 1 5, Short 2 0 5. Totals: 13 7 35.

        FELICITY (45) — Bell 3 0 7, Wherum 1 0 2, Easter 4 3 12, Keller 4 2 11, Cas. Hall 1 2 4, Can. Hall 3 3 9. Totals: 16 10 45.

        Ripley ....... 7  14   7   7—35

        Felicity ....... N8   8  12  17—45

        3-pointers: R—Campbell, Short. F—Bell, Easter, Keller. Records: F 14-7.

        • Greeneview 35, Waynesville 25, Division III at Wilmington — Lisa Haines and Lauren Polly each scored nine points to lead Greeneview. Jamie Parsons had nine points for Waynesville.

        Greeneview will play East Clinton at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.

        GREENEVIEW (35) — Haines 3 3 9, Morris 1 0 2, Sweat 2 2 6, Pauley 4 0 9, Tobe 1 0 2, Harper 2 2 7. Totals: 13 7 35

        WAYNESVILLE (25) — Fosnaugh 1 0 2, Parsons 3 0 9, Gilley 1 1 3, Friend 0 1 1, Measel 2 0 4, Miller 0 2 2, Currin 1 1 3, Goodyear 0 1 1. Totals: 8 6 25.

        Greeneview ....... 8  10  11   6—35

        Waynesville ....... 10   1   8   6—25

        3-pointers: G—Pauley, Tobe. W—Parsons 3

        • Seven Hills 46, Fenwick 34, Division IV sectional at Waynesville — Tyler McIlwraith scored 11 of her 28 points in the second quarter when Seven Hills took a 25-18 lead.

        Seven Hills plays Ridgeville at 6 p.m. Thursday.

        SEVEN HILLS (46) — Howard 3 1 7, Robertson 3 1 7, Burton 1 0 2, McIlwraith 7 12 28, Hanlon 1 0 2. Totals: 15 14 46.

        FENWICK (34) — Becker 4 0 9, A. Bruggeman 2 2 6, Ionna 1 0 2, Brown 3 1 7, Clemens 2 1 5, Smith 1 0 3, Biosell. Totals: 1 0 3

        Seven Hills ....... 9   9   8   8—34

        Fenwick ....... 10  15  11  10—46

        3-pointers: F—Biosell, Smith, Becker. S— McIlwraitth 2.

        • Fayetteville 63, St. Bernard 25, Division IV at Waynesville — Twins Heather and Holly Rosselot teamed to score 22 points for the Rockets. Katie Stockman scored 10 points.

        Fayetteville will play Cincinnati Country Day at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

        FAYETTEVILLE (63) — H.Rosselot 3 4 10, Stockman 5 0 10, Crouse 1 0 2, White 2 5 9, H.Rosselot 5 1 12, Pevvy 1 0 2, Pope 2 1 6, Call 1 1 4, Hufford 4 0 8. Totals: 26 12 63.

        ST.BERNARD (25) — McPartin 3 0 6, Shadoan 2 0 5, Ellis 1 0 3, Burkhardt 1 0 2, Prather 1 0 2, Mason 2 0 5, Hendricks 1 0 2. Totals: 11 0 25.

        Fayetteville ....... 20  14  21   8—63

        St. Bernard ....... 0   8   8   9—25

        3-pointers: F—H.Rosselot, Pope, Call, SB— Shadoan, Ellis, Mason. Records: SB 2-15.

        • Cincinnati Country Day 61, Middletown Christian 22 — Division IV at Waynesville - Ashley Baker scored a game-high 14 points for CCD .

        CCD next plays Fayetteville at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

        CINCINNATI COUNTRY DAY (61) — Woods 4 0 9, Monroe 0 1 1, E. Geier 1 0 2, Baker 4 4 14, Fitzhugh 4 0 8, N. Geier 3 0 6, Stinson 1 1 3, Seward 2 0 4, Buechner 2 0 4, Reiber 5 0 10. Totals: 26 6 61.

        MIDDLETOWN CHRISTIAN (22) — Bryan 0 1 1, Breeding 4 1 9, Fox 3 0 6, O'Bradovic 2 0 4, Huntsberger 1 0 2. Totals: 10 2 22.

        CCD ....... 22  15  18   6—61

        MC ....... 2   2  11   7—22

        3-pointers: C- Woods, Baker 2. Record: C 17-4.

Regular season

        • Cincinnati Christian 34, Ridgeville Christian 25 — The Cougars (14-7) finished their regular season with a winning record for the first time in their 25-year history.

        RIDGEVILLE CHRISTIAN (25) — Messer 4 1 10, Dyas 3 1 7, Denman 3 2 8. Totals: 10 4 25.

        CINCINNATI CHRISTIAN (34) — Baysore 1 0 2, Tillitz 2 1 5, Bashford 1 0 2, Becker 2 0 4, Fagin 2 0 4, Lowe 6 3 15, Sketch 1 0 2. Totals: 15 4 34.

        Ridgeville Christian ....... 6   7  11   1—25

        Cincinnati Christian ....... 9   7   8  10—34

        3-pointers: R—Messer. Records: R 4-16, CC 14-7 (8-4 MBC).

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