Wednesday, February 21, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


Schmitt paces Indian Hill rout

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Junior guard Erin Schmitt scored nine of her game-high 19 points in the second half, leading Indian Hill to a 65-39 victory over Ross in a Division II sectional game Tuesday at Kings.

        Schmitt sank three 3-pointers in the victory.

        Indian Hill outscored Ross 36-20 in the final two periods to pull away.

        Sarah VonLehman had 14 points and sophomore Keri Tepe had 11 for Indian Hill.

        Sophomore Brittany Bowman paced the Rams with a team-high 12 points, nine on 3-pointers.

        Indian Hill next plays McNicholas at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Kings.

        INDIAN HILL (65) — Crook 0 1 1, Ellis 2 5 9, David 2 2 6, Schmitt 6 4 19, Tepe 5 1 11, VonLehman 7 0 14, Iacono 1 1 3, Pederson 0 2 2. Totals: 23 16 65.

        ROSS (39) — Bowman 4 1 12, Weisbecker 1 0 2, Guenther 2 2 6, Wagers 1 0 5, Wertman 3 3 9, VanDriessche 1 0 2, Varner 1 0 2, Bulach 0 1 1. Totals: 14 7 39.

        Indian Hill ....... 12  17  19  17—65

        Ross ....... 9  10  11   9—39

        3-pointers: I- Schmitt 3; R- Bowman 3, Wagers.

        • McNicholas 79, Taft 21, Division II Sectional at Kings — Betsey Clark and Lynn Oberschmidt each hit three field goals in the first quarter to spark the Rockets to a 21-5 lead. Oberschmidt led McNicholas with a game-high 15 points and Ashley Clark added 12.

        McNICHOLAS (79) — Flammer 3 0 6, Williams 3 3 9, Thomas 1 0 2, Hornschemeier 2 0 4, B. Clark 3 1 7, Bauer 2 2 6, A. Clark 4 4 12, Branson 1 1 3, Oberschmidt 7 1 15, Sheehy 2 2 6, Breving 1 4 6. Totals: 30 19 79.

        TAFT (21) — Jennings 1 0 2, Ragland 1 1 3, Clark 3 2 8, Hill 1 0 2, Woods 1 0 2, Wise 1 0 2, Turner 1 0 2. Totals: 9 3 21.

        McNicholas ....... 21  18  19  21—79

        Taft ....... 5   6   6   4—21

        3-pointers: None.

        • Georgetown 57, Tri County North 22, Division III sectional at Wilmington — Junior guard Bethany Cahall scored 10 of her game-high 14 points in the first half for Georgetown.

        She also had five assists and five steals.

        Amber Brown scored nine of her 13 points in the first half, helping Georgetown to a 31-15 halftime advantage.

        Senior Sara Brown and sophomore Jessica O'Dell each added eight points for Tri County North.

        Georgetown next plays Felicity Feb.27 at 7:30 p.m. at Wilmington.

        TRI COUNTY NORTH (22) — Horstman 1 0 2, Brown 3 2 8, O'Dell 3 2 8, Brennan 1 0 2, Cooke 1 0 2. Totals: 9 4 22.

        GEORGETOWN (57) — L. Miller 1 2 4, Cahall 5 4 14, Helbling 2 0 4, K. Miller 0 1 1, Workman 0 2 2, DeClaire 2 0 4, Brown 6 0 13, K. Chadwell 3 2 9, Persohn 1 0 2, Zurbuch 1 0 2, Mason 1 0 2. Totals: 22 11 57.

        Tri County North ....... 9   6   6   1—22

        Georgetown ....... 13  18  14  12—57

        3-pointers: G- Brown, K. Chadwell. Records: G 15-6; T 6-15.

        • Felicity 80, Preble Shawnee 46, Division III sectional at Wilmington — Danielle Easter hit two first-quarter 3-pointers to help Felicity to a 19-9 lead. Easter finished with 21 points to lead all scorers.

        Felicity will face Georgetown in the sectional finals at 6 p.m. Feb.27 at Wilmington.

        PREBLE SHAWNEE (46) — Klapper 1 0 2, Hayes 1 0 2, Garner 3 0 6, McDavid 1 0 2, Ford 4 0 8, Bendel 2 0 4, Newkirk 3 0 6, Risner 1 3 5, Daugherty 1 0 2, Powell 1 0 2, Speessen 1 0 3, Taylor 1 2 4. Totals: 20 5 46.

        FELICITY (80) — Bell 2 4 9, Wehrum 2 0 4, Easter 7 5 21, Keller 7 5 20, Cas. Hall 3 3 9, Can. Hall 8 1 17. Totals: 29 18 80.

        Preble Shawnee ....... 9  10  14  11—46

        Felicity ....... 19  14  25  22—80

        3-pointers: PS—Speessen. F—Bell, Easter 2, Keller.

        • Southeastern 57, Cincinnati Christian 24 — Division IV sectional at Waynesville — Southeastern jumped out to a 29-15 halftime lead behind Rachel Clark Haggy's nine points and Kati Kitchen's five in the first two quarters.

        Clark Haggy led all scorers with 15 points while Kristin Paulide added nine for Southeastern.

        Heather Lowe led Cincinnati Christian with seven points.

        Southeastern was 15-of-26 from the free throw line while Cincinnati Christian was held to 5-of-10.

        Southeastern next meets Summit Country Day Saturday at 2 p.m. at Waynesville.

        CINCINNATI CHRISTIAN (24) — Baysore 2 1 5, McDevitt 1 0 2, Tilney 0 2 2, Bashford 1 0 2, Becker 1 2 4, Emerson 1 0 2, Lowe 3 0 7. Totals: 9 5 24.

        SOUTHEASTERN (57) — Clark Haggy 6 2 15, Hohl 0 1 1, Kitchen 2 2 7, Paulide 3 1 7, Barnhise 1 1 3, Hupp 1 0 2, Ingling 1 4 6, Martin 2 3 7, West 4 1 9. Totals: 20 15 57.

        Cincinnati Christian ....... 6   9   4   5—24

        Southeastern ....... 11  17  14  15—57

        3-pointers: S- Clark Haggy, Kitchen; C- Lowe.

        • Summit Country Day 43, New Miami 30, Division IV at Waynesville — Kendelle Lydon scored eight of her 12 points in the second quarter and Lauren Conners had a game-high 13 points for Summit.

        Elizabeth Proffitt paced New Miami with eight points.

        Summit advances to the sectional championship game against Southeastern at 2 p.m. Saturday at Mason.

        NEW MIAMI (30) — Goins 1 0 2, McNabb 1 0 2, Broshear 2 0 6, Proffitt 4 0 8, Faulkner 1 2 4, Hensley 1 0 2, Ritchie 2 2 6. Totals: 12 4 30.

        SUMMIT COUNTRY DAY (43) — Hoeck 4 0 9, Conners 5 3 13, Lydon 5 2 12, Bunch 2 1 5, Kief 1 0 2, Ulmer 0 2 2. Totals: 17 8 43.

        New Miami ....... 8   2   8  12—30

        Summit C. Day ....... 9  18   8   8—43

        3-pointers: SCD-Hoeck. NM-Brashear 2.

        • McAuley 38, Hamilton 26, Division I sectional semifinals at Milford — The Mohawks converted eight of 10 free throws in the fourth quarter, three by Lisa Kampschmidt, to hold on for the victory.

        McAuley will play Oak Hills in the sectional final.

        “We scrimmaged Oak Hills during the preseason and we didn't score the first two quarters,” McAuley coach Mike Gleason said. “Right now, Oak Hills is playing as well as anyone in the Southwest District. We have to play with more enthusiasm than tonight.”

        HAMILTON (26) — DeLong 5 2 12, Brosey 0 2 2, Marshall 2 0 4, Booker 0 2 2, Fox 1 2 4, Moore 0 2 2. Totals: 8 10-18 26.

        MCAULEY (38) — Sullivan 2 0 5, Rack 1 0 2, Lichtenfeld 3 1 8, Koenig 1 0 2, Kampschmidt 5 5 15, Rosing 0 4 4, Frey 0 2 2. Totals: 12 12-19 38.

        Hamilton ....... 4  12  7  3—26

        McAuley ....... 10  9  9  10—38

        3-pointers: M--Sullivan, Lichtenfeld. Records: H 5-17, M 12-9.

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