Tuesday, February 27, 2001

N.Ky. girls basketball games




        Villa Madonna set a school record with its 21st win in a 45-35 win over Beechwood in the 34th District at Villa Madonna.

        Villa Madonna had never had more than 20 wins in a season (1991-92). Villa Madonna hit 20-of-28 second half free throws to ice the win.

        BEECHWOOD (35) — Pohlgeers 6 7 20, Kirby 0 2 2, Jones 3 0 6, Arlinghaus 2 0 4, Warman 1 1 3. Totals: 12 10 35.

        VILLA MADONNA (45) — Uhling 3 2 8, Sullender 0 1 1, Randall 3 8 14, Pavel 0 4 4, Halpin 0 3 3, Humphrey 4 7 15. Totals: 10 25 45.

        Beechwood ....... 13  11   6   5—35

        Villa Madonna ....... 7  10  15  13—45

        3-pointers: B—Pohlgeers. Records: B 10-14, VM 21-6.

        • Scott County 58, Owen County 45, 32nd District at Walton-Verona — Scott County hit 10-of-16 free throws in the fourth quarter to seal the win.

        Scott County will face Williamstown at 8 p.m. Thursday in the second round.

        OWEN COUNTY (45) — Kermicle 1 0 3, Smith 0 3 3, Patterson 6 4 16, Scruggs 2 0 4, Elliston 1 1 4, Howard 4 1 9, Kr. Elliston 3 0 6. Totals: 17 9 45.

        SCOTT COUNTY (58) — Hamilton 2 0 5, Fraley 1 5 8, Scott 3 2 9, Brown 6 4 16, Tackett 1 0 3, Washington 6 4 17. Totals: 19 15 58.

        Owen County ....... 12  13  11   9—45

        Scott County ....... 15  14  10  19—58

        3-pointers: OC—Kermicle, Elliston. SC—Hamilton, Fraley, Scott, Tackett, Washington. Records: OC 21-7, SC 19-6.

        • Holmes 65, Notre Dame 59, 35th District at Notre Dame — Erica Hallman hit three third quarter 3-pointers as Holmes took the lead for good. Hallman finished with 31 points to lead all scorers. Holmes will play Holy Cross in the second round at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

        HOLMES (65) — Jackson 1 0 2, Collins 2 0 4, Brinkman 0 1 1, Wimzie 2 1 5, Humphrey 1 2 4, Hallman 12 3 31, Patterson 4 0 8, Herindad 5 0 10. Totals: 27 7 65.

        NOTRE DAME (59) — Hanser 8 0 20, Zembrodt 1 0 2, Witte 2 0 5, Wachs 2 0 4, Bauman 5 1 11, Kreyling 4 2 11, Fischesser 3 0 6. Totals: 25 3 59.

        Holmes ....... 22  12  19  12—65

        Notre Dame ....... 12  15  11  17—59

        3-pointers: H—Hallman 4. ND—Hanser 4, Witte, Kreyling.

        • Holy Cross 51, Ludlow 36, 35th District at Notre Dame — Krista Mitts and Molly Hall each scored six in the fourth quarter. Ludlow's Ashlee Pence led all scorers with 16.

        LUDLOW (36) — Wise 5 1 11, Blackburn 1 3 5, Lantry 0 4 4, Pence 6 3 16. Totals: 12 11 36.

        HOLY CROSS (51) — Ryan 0 1 1, Noll 3 0 6, Lea 2 0 4, Mitts 7 0 14, Arlinghaus 2 0 4, Hall 4 0 8, Vogelpohl 5 0 10, Storer 1 0 2, Batsche 1 0 2. Totals: 25 1 51.

        Ludlow ....... 8  4  12  12—36

        Holy Cross ....... 14  3  12  22—51

        3-pointers: L—Pence.

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