Sunday, February 25, 2001

Cincinnati girls basketball games


CCD beats Seven Hills for sectional title

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Cincinnati Country Day, the second seed, beat Seven Hills 52-47 Saturday for the Division IV sectional title at Waynesville.

        Clutch free throw shooting by Stefanie Reiber (17 points) and Natalie Geier, who combined to make eight of 12 in the fourth quarter, helped push CCD over the top.

        Ashley Baker added 12 points for the Indians. Tyler McIlwraith scored 12 points for Seven Hills.

        Seven Hills, trailing 28-22 at halftime, had tied the game early in the fourth quarter.

        SEVEN HILLS (47) — Hoffheimer 0 2 2, Howard 5 0 11, Burton 4 0 8, Robertson 3 2 9, McIlwraith 4 3 12, Hanlon 2 1 5. Totals: 18 8 47.

        CCD (52) — Vierling 1 0 2, Woods 1 0 3, Baker 6 0 12, Fitzhugh 5 1 11, Reiber 6 5 17, Geier 1 5 7. Totals: 29 11 52.

        Seven Hills ....... 12  10  13  12—47

        CCD ....... 19   9   8  16—52

        3-pointers: C—Woods. S—Howard, Robertson, McIlwraith.

        • Southeastern 57, Summit Country Day 29, Division IV sectional at Waynesville — Kelly Martin scored 17 points to lead Southeastern, the No.1 seed, to the championship.

        Lauren Conners led Summit with 13 points.

        SUMMIT (29) — Hoeck 0 5 5, Conners 3 7 13, Haas 1 0 2, Lydon 3 1 7, Bunch 1 0 2. Totals: 8 13 29.

        SOUTHEASTERN (57) — Clark 4 0 9, Fowler 1 0 2, Blair 2 0 5, Hohl 1 0 2, Kitchen 1 0 2, Paugh 2 3 7, Hupp 1 0 2, Ingling 0 1 1, Martin 5 6 17, Paulick 4 2 10. Totals: 21 12 57.

        Summit ....... 5  11   3  10—29

        Southeastern ....... 13  16  15  13—57

        3-pointers: Sou—Clark, Blair, Martin.

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