Sunday, February 18, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


St. Ursula takes out Lakota West

        Sophomore Monica Naltner scored a game-high 16 points to lead St. Ursula to a 45-36 upset of Lakota West, the No.4 team in The Enquirer's Division I coaches poll, in a sectional game at Lakota East.

        Sophomore Kacee Grogan added 13 points for St. Ursula.

        St. Ursula's defense limited Cara Wright, who averaged 18.4 points a game during the regular season, to eight.

        Stephanie Comisar led Lakota West with 15 points.

        St. Ursula will meet eighth-seeded Seton in a sectional final at 6 p.m. Thursday.

        ST. URSULA (45) — Schroeder 2 0 4, Naltner 6 4 16, Grogan 5 3 13, Mahon 3 1 7, Connaughton 1 3 5. Totals: 17 11 45.

        LAKOTA WEST (36) — Comisar 7 0 15, Swift 2 0 5, Wright 3 2 8, Carlberg 4 0 8. Totals: 16 2 36.

        St. Ursula ....... 7  14  12  12—45

        Lakota West ....... 7   9   8  12—360

        3-pointers: L — Comisar, Swift. Records: S 10-11, L 18-4.

Other Division I games

        • Hughes 46, Glen Este 29 at Lakota East — Glen Este jumped out to an 11-0 lead, but senior forward Leslie Burns scored six of her game-high 18 points in the second quarter to lead the comeback for Hughes.

        Sam Riley led the Trojans with 16 points.

        Hughes advances to the sectional finals against Mason at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

        GLEN ESTE (29) — Dorsch 1 3 5, Thomas 1 0 2, Pennington 1 0 2, Nickurn 1 0 2, Riley 6 0 16, Kools 1 0 2. Totals: 11 3 29.

        HUGHES (46) — Johnson 1 0 2, Davis 1 5 7, Eversor 3 2 8, Burns 9 0 18, Bridges 3 1 7, Watts 2 0 4. Totals: 19 8 46.

        Glen Este ....... 11   6   6   6—29

        Hughes ....... 6  12  15  13—46

        3-pointers: G — Riley 4. Records: G 10-12, H 18-3.

        • Princeton 55, Amelia 46 at Mt. St. Joseph — Sophomore forward Amber James finished with 13 points to lead Princeton.

        Senior forward Robin Davidson paced the Barons with 17 points.

        Princeton next plays Colerain at 8:30 p.m. Thursday. PRINCETON (55) — Davis 3 2 11, McNamara 2 0 5, Shoog 2 2 6, Hervas 1 0 2, Peterson 0 2 2, James 6 1 13, Duncan 3 4 9, Smith 3 1 7. Totals: 20 11 55.

        AMELIA (46) — Votapek 4 0 8, Gilespie 3 0 6, Davidson 7 2 17, Goinon 1 1 3, Burns 1 0 2, Emmert 4 1 9, Cammeresi 1 0 2. Totals: 19 4 46

        Princeton ....... 14   8  13  20—55

        Amelia ....... 14   8  15   9—46

        3-pointers: P-Davis 3, McNamara; A-Davidson

        • Colerain 62, Winton Woods 48 at Mt. St. Joseph — Senior Quanita Hailey scored 16 points to lead the Cardinals, ranked No.5 in The Enquirer's Division I coaches poll, over the No.10 Warriors.

        Sophomore guard Justine Mahler hit seven free throws in the fourth quarter to clinch the victory for Colerain.

        Monica Tinsley led Winton Woods with 12 points.

        Colerain advances to play Princeton at 8:30 p.m. Thursday.

        COLERAIN (62) — Hailey 5 6 16, Croxton 5 0 10, Haggard 3 3 9, Wessel 1 0 3, Mahler 2 11 14, Bankston 4 0 9. Totals: 20 20 62.

        WINTON WOODS (48) — O'Neil 1 0 3, Fletcher 4 1 10, Johnson 3 3 9, Box 2 1 5, Burton 2 0 5, Tinsley 5 2 12, Jackson 2 0 4. Totals: 16 7 48.

        Colerain ....... 15  14  13  20—62

        Winton Woods ....... 11  13   8  16—48

        3-pointers: C-Wessel, Bankston; W-O'Neil, Fletcher, Burton. Record: W 15-7; C 18-4.

Division II

        • Roger Bacon 65, Lemon Monroe 43 at Springboro — Ellie Hazelbaker scored 24 points, including nine free throws in 10 attempts, to lead the Spartans.

        Roger Bacon will play fourth-seeded Little Miami at 6 p.m. Thursday.

        LEMON MONROE (43) — Markley 2 0 5, Taylor 0 1 1, Sherard 5 7 17, Morgan 1 2 4, Christopher 1 0 2, Touett 3 7 14. Totals: 12 17 43

        ROGER BACON (65) — Byrd 2 1 6, Knecht 2 0 5, Witt 1 1 4, Zins 2 0 4, Kelly 3 0 8, Metz 3 4 10, Hazelbaker 7 9 24, Sorter 1 0 2. Totals: 21 17 65.

        Lemon Monroe ....... 13  15   6   9—43

        Roger Bacon ....... 13  15  16  21—65

        3-pointers: L — Markley, Touett. R — Kelly 2, Byrd, Knecht, Witt, Hazelbaker. Record: R 9-12.

        • Little Miami 44, Turpin 31 at Springboro — Courtney Balser scored 17 to lead the Panthers.

        Cara Biser paced Turpin with 10 points.

        Little Miami will play Roger Bacon in the sectional final at 6 p.m. Thursday.

        TURPIN (31) — Arnett 2 1 6, Cummings 0 1 1, Biser 4 1 10, Hensley 1 0 3, Fox 1 0 2, Anderson 0 2 2, Watts 3 1 7. Totals: 11 6 31.

        LITTLE MIAMI (44) — Werden 2 2 7, Chamberlain 1 0 3, McNess 0 1 1, Smiley 0 4 4, Richardson 1 5 7, Balser 7 0 17, Journeay 2 1 5. Totals: 13 13 44.

        Turpin ....... 6   4   6  15—31

        Little Miami ....... 10   9  11  15—44

        3-pointers: T—Arnett, Biser, Hensley. L—Balser 3, Werden, Chamberlain.

Division III

        • NCH 33, Madeira 31 at Mason — Michele Miller hit a driving layup with 32 seconds to go and followed with a free throw with four seconds left to knock out the No.5 team in The Enquirer's Divisions II-IV area coaches poll.

        Miller scored 14 of her game-high 19 points in the first half to help the Trojans take a 20-10 halftime lead.

        Lindsay Barnhart scored six of her 14 points in the fourth quarter to help the Mustangs come back.

        NCH will meet third-seeded Mariemont in a sectional championship game at 6:30 p.m. Friday.

        MADEIRA (31) — Mackris 1 2 4, Rupe 2 0 4, Groll 2 0 4, Davis 2 1 5, Barnhart 7 0 14. Totals: 14 3 31.

        NORTH COLLEGE HILL (33) — L. Johnson 1 0 2, S. Johnson 1 2 4, Flynn 4 0 8, Miller 7 4 19. Totals: 13 6 33.

        Madeira ....... 6   4   7  14—31

        North College Hill ....... 12   8   6   7—33

        3-pointers: N — Miller. Records: M 17-4, N 18-4.

        • Mariemont 50, Reading 27 at Mason — Sophomore guard Liz Kauffmann made three 3-pointers in the third quarter to give the Warriors a comfortable lead.

        Mariemont will face North College Hill on Friday night.

        READING (27) — Mi. Murphy 0 1 1, Me. Murphy 2 0 4, Bartneck 1 0 2, Sippola 1 0 2, Fletcher 0 1 1, Irwin 0 5 5, Dixon 1 0 2, Gee 2 0 5, Lawson 1 3 5. Totals: 8 10 27.

        MARIEMONT (50) — Kauffmann 5 3 17, R. Potts 1 2 4, Perry 2 2 6, L. Potts 1 4 6, Pember 0 1 1, Brown 2 3 7, Sheaffer 1 0 2, Rogers 3 1 7. Totals: 15 16 50.

        Reading ....... 7  5   8   7—27

        Mariemont ....... 12  9  16  13—50

        3-pointers: R-Gee; M-Kauffmann 4. Records: R 9-13; M 17-4.

        • CHCA 84, Deer Park 35 at Mason— Jill Trenz led all scorers with 22 points for CHCA.

        Kristy Eigel paced Deer Park with 11 points.

        CHCA next plays Wyoming at 8 p.m. Friday for the sectional championship.

        DEER PARK (35) — Miskimes 1 3 6, Eigel 3 2 11, Dennis 1 1 3, Jen. Wilson 1 1 3, Houston 1 3 5, Jes. Wilson 2 3 7. Totals: 9 13 35.

        CHCA (84) — Shipley 7 0 16, Peters 2 0 6, Brennecke 2 3 7, Snyder 1 1 3, Holman 5 4 14, Nichols 2 3 7, Humphrey 3 1 7, Trenz 7 8 22. Totals: 29 20 84.

        Deer Park ....... 2  11   8  14—35

        CHCA ....... 18  25  25  16—84

        3-pointers: D—Miskimes, Eigel 3. C—Shipley 2, Peters 2. Records: C 19-3, D 2-19.

        • Wyoming 79, Williamsburg 12 at Mason — Maria McCarthy scored a game-high 26 points for top-seeded Wyoming, which is ranked No.2 in The Enquirer's Divisions II-IV area coaches poll.

        Wyoming next plays CHCA at 8 p.m. Friday.

        WILLIAMSBURG (12) — Ferguson 4 0 9, Clooney 1 0 2, Brown 0 1 1. Totals: 5 1 12.

        WYOMING (79) — Schmidt 1 1 3, Hoyles 2 0 4, Verhaeghe 1 2 4, McCarthy 12 2 26, Bell 2 2 6, McGee 5 1 13, Loper 2 2 6, McKim 2 0 4, Wirtz 3 1 7, Dotson 1 4 6. Totals: 31 15 79.

        Williamsburg ....... 0   8   4   0—12

        Wyoming ....... 28  15  23  13—79

        3-pointers: Wil—Ferguson. Wy—McGee 2. Records: Wy 18-3, Wil 1-19.

        • North Adams 49, West Union 46 at Portsmouth Northwest — Ashley Pence hit a free throw with 9.9 seconds left and MacKenzie Copas rebounded her missed second shot and made a layup to clinch the sectional championship for the Lady Green Devils

        Pence stole the ball and was fouled while attempting a layup to set up the game-winning situation. The free throw was her only point of the game.

        Copas scored a game-high 18 points and also had nine rebounds, four assists and four steals. Junior guard Jill Brown added 10 points for North Adams.

        North Adams will play face Eastern Brown in a sectional championship game at 8 p.m. Feb.26 at Waverly High School.

        WEST UNION (46) — McClanahan 5 3 15, Fulton 1 0 2, Willett 1 0 2, Rhonemus 3 6 12, Caplinger 5 5 15. Totals: 15 14 46.

        NORTH ADAMS (49) — Copas 6 6 18, Pence 0 1 1, Robinson 2 0 4, Simpson 3 2 8, Brown 2 4 10, Fulton 1 0 2, Shupert 1 4 6. Totals: 15 17 49.

        West Union ....... 9  17  10  10—46

        North Adams ....... 13  11  10  15—49

        3-pointers: W — McClanahan 2. N — Brown 2. Record: N 19-3.

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