Tuesday, February 20, 2001

N.Ky. girls basketball games


Villa Madonna gets 20th win

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Villa Madonna beat Ludlow 42-28 Monday in girls basketball to reach the 20-win mark for the second time in school history.

        The team is 20-6 and assured of finishing with its best record in school history. The 1991-92 team finished 20-9.

        “I knew when we got off to a 7-1 start we might reach 20 wins. We've thrived on defense. We lead the state in defensive points allowed with a 36.3 average,” Villa Madonna coach Don Shields said.

        Alex Randall led Villa Madonna with 13 points and Molly Halpin added 12. Ludlow's Amanda Wise led all scorers with 16 points.

        VILLA MADONNA (42) — Sullender 2 0 5, A. Randall 5 3 13, Pavel 1 1 3, Halpin 4 4 12, Humphrey 4 1 9. Totals: 16 9 42.

        LUDLOW (28) — Millson 0 2 2, Wise 7 2 16, Pence 3 3 10. Totals: 10 7 28.

        Villa Madonna ....... 13  8  8  13—42

        Ludlow ....... 9  4  7   8—28

        3-pointers: V—Sullender. L—Pence. Records: V 20-6, L 11-10.

        • Beechwood 78, Silver Grove 29 — Katie Pohlgeers, Beechwood's only senior and the program's career scoring leader, closed her home career on Senior Night with career highs in points (40) and 3-pointers (six).

        Pohlgeers was removed from Saturday's win over Augusta in the fourth quarter in order to reach the 1,500 career-point mark at home. She made it with 4:25 left in the first quarter on a 3-pointer.

        Beechwood junior center Brittany Kirby added a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds.

        Miranda Stortz led Silver Grove with seven points.

        SILVER GROVE (29) — Stortz 1 5 7, Snipes 1 0 2, Bellamy 3 0 6, Joering 1 0 2, Riley 2 1 6, Davidson 1 1 3, Iles 1 1 3. Totals: 10 8 29.

        BEECHWOOD (78) — S. Kirby 2 0 4, B. Kirby 5 0 10, Pohlgeers 15 4 40, Jones 1 0 2, Arlinghaus 3 0 6, Warman 4 0 8, Haake 4 0 8. Totals: 34 4 78.

        Silver Grove ....... 8   8   7   6—29

        Beechwood ....... 23  20  15  22—78

        3-pointers: S — Riley. B — Pohlgeers 6. Record: B 10-12.

        • Notre Dame 78, Newport CC 52 — Notre Dame took control with an 11-2 run to start the second half en route to the upset victory. Newport CC entered the game ranked No. 3 in The Enquirer's coaches poll with Notre Dame ranked No. 6.

        The Pandas held an 11-point halftime lead and came out hot in the second half. Notre Dame outscored Newport CC 30-9 in the third quarter led by seven points from Tracey Bauman.

        Marquise Hanser led Notre Dame with 17 points and Bauman finished with 13. NCC's Erica Ziegler led all scorers with 18 points.

        NOTRE DAME (78) — Hanser 7 0 17, Zembrodt 1 0 2, Leininger 2 0 4, Witte 3 3 10, Wachs 4 3 11, Bauman 6 1 13, Kreyling 2 4 8, Fangman 3 0 6, Fischesser 2 3 7. Totals: 30 14 78.

        NEWPORT CC (52) — Fogelman 0 1 1, M. Chiodi 1 2 4, Maudelin 1 0 2, Kessen 0 1 1, Burks 3 3 9, Prigge 1 0 2, N. Chiodi 1 2 4, Meyers 4 3 11, Ziegler 6 6 18. Totals: 17 18 52.

        Notre Dame ....... 24  13  30  11—78

        Newport CC ....... 20   6   9  17—52

        3-pointers: ND—Hanser 3, Witte. Records: ND 16-10, NCC 22-7.

        • Ryle 55, Lloyd 50 (OT) — Freshman forward Christina Steiner scored 10 points in the fourth quarter and six points in overtime to lead the Raiders.

        Tiffany Vance paced Lloyd with 19 points.

        RYLE (55) — Miller 4 2 10, Scherer 1 0 2, Bulach 3 3 10, Wilson 1 3 5, Cooper 1 0 2, Steiner 5 8 18, Schmidt 2 1 6, Hon 1 0 2. Totals: 18 17 55.

        LLOYD (50) — Vance 8 3 19, Marshall 1 3 5, Jenkins 1 2 4, Crouthers 3 2 8, Eades 3 0 6, Merritt 0 1 1, Fields 2 3 7. Totals: 18 14 50.

        Ryle ....... 10  11   9  16  9—55

        Lloyd ....... 9  16  11  10  4—50

        3-pointers: R—Bulach, Schmidt. Records: R 8-14, L 4-17.

        • Scott 53, Conner 49 — Carlie Hutchinson scored 10 of her game-high 22 points in the fourth quarter to help the Eagles hold off the Cougars.

        Hutchinson scored 16 points in the second half for Scott. Amanda Matracia added 12 points for the Eagles, eight in the first half.

        Stacey Martin led Conner with 21 points, including two 3-pointers in the fourth quarter. Her four 3-pointers were her season-high.

        SCOTT (53) — Hutchinson 8 5 22, Verville 2 3 7, Matracia 6 0 12, Thomas 2 0 4, Tomlin 3 2 8. Totals: 21 10 53.

        CONNER (49) — VonHandorf 3 0 6, Biddle 4 0 8, Dooley 1 0 2, Williams 1 0 2, Martin 7 3 21, Dallas 2 0 4, Turner 1 0 2, Randall 2 0 4. Totals: 21 3 49.

        Scott ....... 10  10  16  17—53

        Conner ....... 15  12   8  14—49

        3-pointers: S — Hutchinson. C — Martin 4. Records: S 12-12, C 6-18.

        • Dixie Heights 69, Simon Kenton 30 — Julie Farley, Cassie Shondel and Dee Durrett all finished with double-doubles for Dixie. Shondel led all scorers with 17 points and added 13 rebounds and eight steals. Durrett finished with 16 points and 13 rebounds. Farley had 11 points and 20 rebounds.

        DIXIE HEIGHTS (69) — Luessen 2 1 5, Linglebach 2 2 6, Shondel 5 4 17, Wright 7 0 14, Durrett 8 0 16, Farley 4 3 11. Totals: 28 10 69.

        SIMON KENTON (30) — Rawls 2 0 4, Morrison 0 4 4, Lovelace 1 0 2, Jones 3 2 8, Smock 0 3 3, Claine 2 0 5, Stith 1 2 4. Totals: 9 11 30.

        Dixie Heights ....... 11  18  24  16—69

        Simon Kenton ....... 7   3  12  18—30

        3-pointers: D—Shondel 3. S—Klaine. Records: D 17-8, SK 1-20.

        • Boone County 53, Campbell County 28 — Boone County applied a full-court press in the second quarter, and outscored Campbell County 19-4.

        The Lady Rebels forced 15 first-half turnovers.

        Boone County senior Ciara Henderson led all scorers with 16 points and Nikki Molleson added 12.

        BOONE COUNTY (53) — Matheny 2 1 5, Molleson 6 0 12, Isaac 1 0 2, Stefanopoulos 2 0 5, Newhouse 3 2 8, Henderson 7 0 16, Milner 2 1 5. Totals: 23 4 53.

        CAMPBELL COUNTY (28) — Griffin 1 0 2, Ballinger 2 0 4, Fowee 1 1 3, Gross 1 1 3, Bezold 1 0 2, Walker 3 0 6, King 4 0 8. Totals: 13 2 28.

        Boone County ....... 6  19  15  13—53

        Campbell County ....... 8   4   7   9—28

        3-pointers: B—Henderson 2, Stefanopoulos. Records: B 22-4, C 13-12.

        • Bishop Brossart 56, Highlands 50 — Bishop Brossart built a 32-11 halftime lead and held on for the victory. Highlands hit two-of-20 shots (10 percent) from the field in the first half.

        Katie Schwegmann paced the Mustangs with 27 points. Tara Boothe scored 21 for Highlands.

        BROSSART (56) — Schwegmann 5 15 27, Clift 1 0 3, Schultz 2 0 5, Clark 3 0 6, Lloyd 2 0 5, Geiman 1 1 3, Otto 2 0 4, Seiter 1 0 3. Totals: 17 16 56.

        HIGHLANDS (50) — Boothe 8 5 21, Winkler 3 0 7, Hamel 6 0 12, Gibson 2 1 6, Konen 0 2 2, Owsley 1 0 2. Totals: 20 8 50.

        Brossart ....... 20  12  14  10—56

        Highlands ....... 7   4  14  25—50

        3-pointers: B—Schwegmann 2, Clift, Schultz, Lloyd, Seiter. H—Winkler, Gibson.

        • Newport 68, St.Henry 54 — Senior forward Ashley Mills scored eight of her 12 points in the third quarter to help Newport, which is tied with Notre Dame for sixth in The Enquirer's coaches poll, break open the game.

        Senior forward Stephanie Atkins scored 13 of her game-high 21 points in the second half.

        Senior forward Trisha Danks scored 15 to lead the Crusaders. Danks was 11-of-15 from the free-throw line.

        ST. HENRY (54) — Danks 2 11 15, Johnson 4 1 9, Boulanger 2 2 6, Lindemann 1 2 4, Muck 1 3 5, Walter 1 4 6, Tebeling 3 3 9. Totals: 14 26 54.

        NEWPORT (68) — Crank 0 1 1, Seibert 1 0 2, Beatsch 1 2 4, Stegner 2 2 6, Jones 4 5 15, Runion 1 0 2, Mills 6 0 12, Atkins 9 3 21, Roberts 2 0 4, Raisor 0 1 1. Totals: 26 14 68.

        St. Henry ....... 10  11  15  18—54

        Newport ....... 9  16  24  19—68

        3-pointers: N — Jones 2. Records: S 4-17, N 18-8.

        • Calvary Christian 54, Bellevue 31 — Sarah Woods scored 19 points and Lisa Van Berkel added 18 to pace Calvary Christian.

        CALVARY CHRISTIAN (54) — Woods 7 4 19, Blaine 2 1 5, Stephenson 1 0 2, Adams 4 0 8, Curry 1 0 2, VanBerkel 8 2 18. Totals: 23 7 54.

        BELLEVUE (31) — Ervin 1 0 2, Delaney 2 4 10, Mendell 2 0 4, Kennedy 1 0 2, Mulligan 0 3 3, Holliman 5 0 10. Totals: 11 7 31.

        Calvary Christian ....... 12  11  15  16—54

        Bellevue ....... 7   4   9  11—31

        3-pointers: C—Woods. B—Delaney 2. Records: B 15-9, C 21-5.

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