Friday, February 16, 2001

N.Ky. girls basketball games


Notre Dame holds off Newport

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Clutch free throw shooting helped Notre Dame, the No.6 team in The Enquirer's Northern Kentucky coaches poll, hold off No.7 Newport for a 73-69 victory Thursday night.

        Newport cut a 15-point deficit to one with 1:13 left before Notre Dame senior forward Holly Kreyling hit two free throws and Kristen Zembrodt added one.

        Kreyling scored nine of her team-high 23 points in the second quarter and five in the third quarter to help the Pandas take a 57-48 lead into the fourth quarter.

        Senior forward Ashley Mills helped the Wildcats get back into the game by scoring 13 of her game-high 26 points in the fourth quarter. Mills finished with 15 rebounds.

        Senior forward Stephanie Atkins reached the career 1,000-point mark with her first basket of the game. She has 1,018 points in her career.

        NOTRE DAME (73) — Hanser 4 7 17, Zembrodt 3 7 13, Baker 0 2 2, Witte 2 2 6, Baumann 3 2 8, Kreyling 8 5 23, Fischesser 2 0 4. Totals: 22 25 73.

        NEWPORT (69) — Beatsch 4 0 9, Jones 1 5 7, Mills 12 1 26, T. Atkins 2 3 7, S. Atkins 8 4 20. Totals: 27 13 69.

        Notre Dame ....... 14  21  22  16—73

        Newport ....... 15   9  24  21—69

        3-pointers: NB — Hanser, Kreyling 2. N — Beatsch, Mills. Records: ND 15-10, N 17-8 .

        • Boone County 50, Holy Cross 26 — Ciara Henderson scored a game-high 18 points to lead top-ranked Boone County over No.8 Holy Cross.

        Chrissy Isaac scored all 10 of her points in the first half to spark the Lady Rebels.

        Molly Hall scored seven points to lead Holy Cross.

        HOLY CROSS (26) — Dorning 0 1 1, Englemon 1 0 3, Lea 1 0 3, Mitts 2 1 6, Arlinghaus 2 0 4, Hall 3 1 7, Vogelpohl 1 0 2. Totals: 10 2 26.

        BOONE COUNTY (50) — Matheny 1 0 2, Molleson 2 0 4, Isaac 4 0 10, Stefanopoulos 1 1 3, Newhouse 1 0 2, Grobmyer 2 3 7, Henderson 6 2 18, Milner 2 0 4. Totals: 19 6 50.

        Holy Cross ....... 7   4   6   9—26

        Boone County ....... 10  15  14  11—50

        3-pointers: H — Englemon, Lea, Mitts. B — Henderson 4, Isaac 2. Record: B 21-4.

        • Newport Central Catholic 81, Lloyd 41 — Amy Meyers scored eight points in the first half to lead the No.3 Thoroughbreds.

        Sarah Fogelman added 12 points and nine assists for NewCath. Beth Fields led Lloyd with 13 points.

        NEWPORT CC (81) — Fogelman 5 0 12, M. Chiodi 3 4 10, J. Ziegler 4 0 8, Maudlin 2 0 4, Kessen 2 0 5, Burks 3 1 7, Prigge 3 1 7, N. Chiodi 2 1 5, Meyers 7 1 15, E. Ziegler 4 0 8. Totals: 35 8 81.

        LLOYD (41) — P. Marshall 1 0 2, Vance 5 0 10, J. Marshall 0 1 1, Jenkins 1 0 2, Crouthers 3 0 7, Eades 2 2 6, Fields 4 5 13. Totals: 16 8 41.

        Newport CC ....... 24  19  15  23—81

        Lloyd ....... 6   9  19   7—41

        3-pointers: N—Fogelman 2, Kessen. L— Crouthers. Records: N 21-6, L 4-16.

        • Dixie Heights 53, Conner 39 — Cassie Shondel set a season record for 3-pointers made with 36, and Aubrey Luessen and Sarah Wright combined to score 17 second-half points to lead the No.9 Colonels.

        Luessen came off the bench to score 10 points and make five second-half steals. Julie Farley added 25 rebounds for Dixie.

        Missy Suter paced Conner with 10 points.

        CONNER (39) — VonHandorf 4 0 8, Williams 1 0 2, Martin 2 3 8, Turner 1 0 2, Randall 1 1 3, Suter 3 2 10, Price 3 0 6. Totals: 15 6 39.

        DIXIE (53) — Luessen 4 2 10, Lingelbach 2 2 6, Shondel 3 1 8, Wright 6 1 13, Durrett 3 1 7, Farley 3 3 9. Totals: 21 10 53.

        Conner ....... 18  11   6   4—39

        Dixie ....... 12  12  15  14—53

        3-pointers: D—Shondel. C—Martin, Suter 2. Records: D 16-8, C 6-17.

        • Highlands 42, St.Henry 28 — Junior center Tara Boothe scored a game-high 24 points for the No.4 Bluebirds, who forced 20 turnovers.

        Sophomore Sandy Portwood and junior Erin Johnson each scored eight points for St. Henry.

        HIGHLANDS (42) — Gibson 3 0 8, Winkler 1 0 2, Hammel 3 0 6, Boothe 8 4 22, Grause 2 0 4. Totals: 17 4 42.

        ST. HENRY (28) — Portwood 3 0 8, Johnson 3 2 8, Boulanger 1 2 4, Walters 1 0 2, Tabeling 4 2 6. Totals: 12 6 28.

        Highlands ....... 7  15   9  11—42

        St. Henry ....... 4  10   4  10—28

        3-pointers: H- Gibson 2, Boothe 2; S— Portwood. Record: S 3-17.

        • Bishop Brossart 79, Holmes 56 — Katie Schwegmann scored 14 of her 25 points in the first half when the No.2 Mustangs took a 17-point lead over the No.5 Bulldogs.

        Holmes never got closer than 10 points in the second half. Erica Hallman led the Bulldogs with 25 points.

        HOLMES (56) — Collins 0 2 2, Wimzie 2 0 4, Humphrey 1 0 2, Hallman 9 4 25, Patterson 4 0 8, Herindon 3 5 11, Miller 2 0 4. Totals: 21 11 56.

        BROSSART (79) — Schwegmann 6 11 25, Clift 5 0 11, Schultz 2 0 5, Clark 7 2 16, Geiman 4 0 9, Otto 1 2 4, Cuthrell 1 0 2, Seiter 3 1 7. Totals: 19 16 79.

        Holmes ....... 12   8  18  18—56

        Brossart ....... 18  19  17  25—79

        3-pointers: H—Hallman 3. B—Schwegmann 2, Clift, Schultz, Geiman. Records: B 20-6, H 12-11.

        • Campbell County 52, Bourbon County 49 — Heather Walker had 14 points and 10 rebounds and Tara King had 10 points, 10 rebounds for the Camels.

        Campbell County never trailed in the second half, with the final 3-point margin the closest Bourbon County got to the lead.

        Stacy Wilson scored 13 points and had nine steals and seven assists for Campbell County.

        Kendall Rumford led Bourbon County with a game-high 19 points.

        BOURBON CO. (49) — McCurry 0 1 1, Sosby 2 0 4, Goodwin 1 0 2, Hawkins 3 1 7, Sparrow 3 0 6, Rumford 8 0 19, Jett 1 0 2, White 3 1 8. Totals: 21 3 49.

        CAMPBELL CO. (52) — Wilson 5 2 13, Fowee 1 0 2, Bezold 1 0 2, Barry 4 1 11, Walker 7 0 14, King 4 2 10. Totals: 22 5 52.

        Bourbon Co. ....... 14   6  13  16—49

        Campbell Co. ....... 12  16  18   6—52

        3-pointers: B—Rumford 3, White. C—Wilson, Barry 2. Records: C 13-11, B 12-12.

        • Villa Madonna 57, Heritage 26 — The Blue Lightning won their 19th game, their second-highest win total in the program's 26-year history. With two regular-season game to play, they need two wins to break the record.

        Junior center Lee Humphrey scored six of her 10 points in the first quarter to help Villa Madonna to an early 14-3 lead.

        Vanessa Holtman paced the Eagles with 10 points.

        HERITAGE (26) — King 1 0 2, Wynn 0 1 1, Holtman 4 2 10, Neri 2 1 7, Capel 3 0 6. Totals: 10 4 26.

        VILLA MADONNA (57) — Napier 1 0 3, Niemeyer 0 2 2, Uhling 0 2 2, Sullender 2 0 6, L.Randall 2 2 6, Noll 2 3 7, A.Randall 4 0 8, Pavel 1 0 2, Thomas 3 0 6, Taylor 0 2 2, Halpin 1 1 3, Humphrey 5 0 10. Totals: 21 12 57.

        Heritage ....... 3   2   6  15—26

        Villa Madonna ....... 14  13  14  16—57

        3-pointers: H—Neri 2, VM—Sullender 2, Napier. Records: H 4-18, VM 19-6.

        • Calvary Christian 52, Beechwood 30 — Lisa Van Berkel scored 20 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead No.9 Calvary Christian.

        Sarah Woods added 14 points for Calvary.

        Katie Pohlgeers paced Beechwood with 10 points.

        BEECHWOOD (30) — Kirby 2 0 4, Pohlgeers 1 8 10, B. Kirby 2 1 5, Arlinghaus 1 0 2, Jones 2 0 4, Petrose 1 0 3, Warman 1 0 2. Totals: 10 9 30.

        CALVARY (52) — Woods 5 4 14, Blaine 2 4 8, Adams 1 4 6, Curry 2 0 4, VanBerkel 7 5 20. Totals: 17 17 52.

        Beechwood ....... 8   6   7   9—30

        Calvary ....... 6  15  14  17—52

        3-pointers: C—VanBerkel. B—Petrose. Records: C 20-5.

        • Walton-Verona 55, Pendleton County 54 — Clutch shooting by junior guard Bridget McIntyre pulled out a win for the Lady Bearcats. McIntyre hit a 3-pointer with 20 seconds to play to put Walton-Verona up by three.

        Pendleton County made a layup with .5 seconds to play to account for the final margin.

        Jessica Schmidt led Walton-Verona with 28 points and 25 rebounds. Schmidt broke the team's all-time scoring record with 2,128 career points.

        Megan Wood led Pendleton County with 20 points.

        PENDLETON COUNTY (54) — Erin Espelage 5 1 13, Wood 7 6 20, Courtney 4 4 14, Erika Eselpage 2 0 4, Godman 1 0 3. Totals: 19 11 54.

        WALTON-VERONA (55) — Schmidt 13 2 28, McIntyre 3 0 9, Hegland 4 1 9, Ryan 1 0 2, Sims 2 1 5, Kennedy 0 2 2. Totals: 23 6 55.

        Pendleton County ....... 11  15  13  15—54

        Walton-Verona ....... 16  14  12  13—55

        3-pointers: PC—Erin Espelage 2, Courtney 2, Godman, WV—McIntyre 3. Records: WV 14-9.

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