Friday, February 23, 2001

N.Ky. girls basketball games


Ballman rallies Holmes over Newport

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Erica Hallman scored 15 points in the third quarter and Valencia Jackson scored Holmes' other seven points in the period as the Bulldogs rallied to beat Newport 69-65 Thursday night.

        Holmes, which is ranked No.4 in The Enquirer's Northern Kentucky coaches poll, trailed the No.6 Wildcats 30-26 at halftime.

        Hallman scored a game-high 31 points for the Bulldogs.

        Newport stayed in the game in the fourth quarter by converting seven of its 10 free throws.

        Stephanie Atkins scored nine points in the fourth quarter for the Wildcats. She finished with 21 points.

        NEWPORT (65) — Siebert 6 0 13, Beatsch 3 1 9, Stegner 1 0 2, Jones 4 4 12, Mills 2 0 4, S. Atkins 7 7 21, Roberts 0 2 2, Williams 1 0 2. Totals: 24 14 65.

        HOLMES (69) — Jackson 5 4 14, Collins 0 1 1, Brinkman 2 0 4, Humphrey 2 1 6, Hallman 14 1 31, Patterson 5 2 13. Totals: 20 9 69.

        Newport ....... 21   9  13  22—65

        Holmes ....... 13  13  22  21—69

        3-pointers: N—Siebert, Beatsch 2. H—Humphrey, Patterson, Hallman 2. Records: H 15-11, N 18-9.

        • Scott 71, Simon Kenton 39 — Senior Amanda Matracia scored 23 points and Carlie Hutchinson added 19 for the Eagles.

        Matracia scored 17 first-half points, leading the Eagles to a 36-18 halftime lead.

        Sarah Jones led Simon Kenton with 14 points.

        SCOTT (71) — Hutchinson 9 1 19, Verville 3 4 11, Smith 1 0 2, Jackson 1 0 2, Matracia 11 1 23, Thomas 3 0 6, Tomlin 0 4 4, Hollaender 1 0 2, Ernest 1 0 2. Totals: 30 10 71.

        SIMON KENTON (39) — Rawls 1 0 3, Morrison 0 1 1, Lovelace 1 0 2, Jones 6 1 14, Smock 2 3 7, Klaine 2 1 6, Stith 3 0 6. Totals: 15 6 39.

        Scott ....... 21  15  18  17—71

        Simon Kenton ....... 11   7  17   4—39

        3-pointers: Sc—Verville. SK—Rawls, Jones, Klaine. Records: Sc 13-12, SK 1-21.

        • Boone County 63, Dixie Heights 28 — Ciara Henderson had 18 points and five steals for Boone County, the No.1 team in The Enquirer's Northern Kentucky coaches poll.

        Christian Stefanopoulos scored the first six points of the third quarter on a 3- pointer and a three-point play for the Rebels. She finished with a 14 points.

        Julianne Lingelbach led Dixie Heights with 10 points.

        DIXIE (28) — Luessen 1 1 3, Lingelbach 3 3 10, Shaundel 1 0 3, Wright 1 1 3, Durrett 1 0 2, Barley 3 1 7. Totals: 10 6 28.

        BOONE CO. (63) — Boswell 1 0 2, Matheny 0 1 1, Molleson 2 0 5, Isaac 3 4 10, Stefanopoulos 4 4 14, Newhouse 1 2 4, Bishop 1 0 3, Grobmyer 2 2 6, Henderson 7 2 18. Totals: 21 15 63.

        Dixie ....... 6  10   7   5—28

        Boone Co. ....... 12  21  20  10—63

        3-pointers: D—Lingelbach, Shaundel. B—Molleson, Stefanopoulos 2, Bishop, Henderson 2. Records: B 23-4, D 17-9.

        • Lloyd 49, Dayton 39 — Tiffani Vance and Beth Fields combined to score all 17 of the Juggernauts' first-quarter points.

        Vance finished with 16 points and Fields had 15 for Lloyd, and Erica VanHorne added 12 points.

        Nicki Lynn led Dayton with 15 points.

        DAYTON (39) — Lovins 4 0 12, Rowekamp 1 1 3, Price 1 0 2, Lynn 4 7 15, Hollingsworth 2 0 5, Gay 1 0 2. Totals: 13 8 39.

        LLOYD (49) — Vance 8 0 16, Marshall 1 0 2, VanHorne 5 1 12, Crouthers 2 0 4, Fields 6 3 15. Totals: 22 4 49.

        Dayton ....... 11  12  13   3—39

        Lloyd ....... 17  11  12   9—49

        3-pointers: D—Lovins 4, Hollingsworth. L— VanHorne. Records: L 5-18.

        • Boone County 63, Dixie Heights 28 — Ciara Henderson had 18 points and five steals for Boone County, the No.1 team in The Enquirer's Northern Kentucky coaches poll.

        Christian Stefanopoulos scored the first six points of the third quarter on a 3- pointer and a three-point play for the Rebels. She finished with a 14 points.

        Julianne Lingelbach led Dixie Heights with 10 points.

        DIXIE (28) — Luessen 1 1 3, Lingelbach 3 3 10, Shaundel 1 0 3, Wright 1 1 3, Durrett 1 0 2, Barley 3 1 7. Totals: 10 6 28.

        BOONE CO. (63) — Boswell 1 0 2, Matheny 0 1 1, Molleson 2 0 5, Isaac 3 4 10, Stefanopoulos 4 4 14, Newhouse 1 2 4, Bishop 1 0 3, Grobmyer 2 2 6, Henderson 7 2 18. Totals: 21 15 63.

        Dixie ....... 6  10   7   5—28

        Boone Co. ....... 12  21  20  10—63

        3-pointers: D—Lingelbach, Shaundel. B—Molleson, Stefanopoulos 2, Bishop, Henderson 2. Records: B 23-4, D 17-9.

        • Lloyd 49, Dayton 39 — Tiffani Vance and Beth Fields combined to score all 17 of the Juggernauts' first-quarter points.

        Vance finished with 16 points and Fields had 15 for Lloyd, and Erica VanHorne added 12 points.

        Nicki Lynn led Dayton with 15 points.

        DAYTON (39) — Lovins 4 0 12, Rowekamp 1 1 3, Price 1 0 2, Lynn 4 7 15, Hollingsworth 2 0 5, Gay 1 0 2. Totals: 13 8 39.

        LLOYD (49) — Vance 8 0 16, Marshall 1 0 2, VanHorne 5 1 12, Crouthers 2 0 4, Fields 6 3 15. Totals: 22 4 49.

        Dayton ....... 11  12  13   3—39

        Lloyd ....... 17  11  12   9—49

        3-pointers: D—Lovins 4, Hollingsworth. L— VanHorne. Records: L 5-18.

        • Campbell County 47, Ryle 33 — Campbell County increased its defensive pressure in the second quarter to force 17 first-half turnovers en route to a 15-point halftime lead.

        Heather Walker scored 14 points to lead the Camels, who are ranked No.8 in The Enquirer's Northern Kentucky coaches poll.

        Christina Steiner scored eight points for Ryle.

        CAMPBELL CO. (47) — Wilson 1 0 2, Griffin 0 1 1, Ballinger 3 3 9, Fowee 1 0 2, Rose 0 2 2, Bezold 4 0 8, Barry 3 0 6, Walker 7 0 14, King 1 1 3. Totals: 20 7 47.

        RYLE (33) — Matteoli 2 1 5, Miller 0 5 5, Scherer 0 1 1, Bulach 1 0 2, Wilson 1 2 4, Cooper 2 0 4, Steiner 4 0 8, Schmidt 1 2 4. Totals: 11 11 33.

        Campbell Co. ....... 10  16   8  15—47

        Ryle ....... 9   2  10  12—33

        3-pointers: None. Records: R 8-16.

        • Bishop Brossart 61, Notre Dame 52 — The Lady 'Stangs capitalized on 10 third-quarter Notre Dame turnovers to break open the game, which was tied at 23 at halftime.

        Katie Schwegmann led Brossart, the No.2 team in The Enquirer's Northern Kentucky coaches poll, with 24 points. Jenne Schultz added 11 for the Mustangs.

        Kristen Zembrodt had 12 points for the Pandas.

        BROSSART (61) — Schwegmann 8 7 24, Clift 3 1 7, Schultz 4 1 11, Clark 4 1 9, Lloyd 2 2 6, Geiman 1 2 4. Totals: 19 14 61.

        NOTRE DAME (52) — Hanser 4 3 11, Zembrodt 5 2 12, Leininger 0 1 1, Witte 0 1 1, Wachs 2 0 4, Baumann 4 0 8, Kreyling 2 2 6, Fangman 2 0 4, Fischesser 2 1 5. Totals: 21 10 52

        Brossart ....... 16   7  23  15—61
        Notre Dame ....... 15   8  13  16—52

        3-pointers: B—Schwegmann, Schultz 2. Records: N 16-11.

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