Friday, March 02, 2001

N.Ky. girls basketball games


Holy Cross wins 35th District title

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Molly Hall and Ashley Noll each hit a free throw in the last minute to help Holy Cross beat Holmes 53-48 in the 35th District title game Thursday at Notre Dame.

        Holy Cross led 28-15 at halftime.

        Rasheedah Engelman finished with 15 points to pace Holy Cross and was named tournament MVP. Holmes' Jonna Patterson led all scorers with 22 points.

        HOLMES (48) — Jackson 5 0 10, Collins 1 0 2, Winzie 0 2 2, Hallman 5 0 12, Patterson 9 2 22. Totals: 20 4 48.

        HOLY CROSS (53) — Engelman 5 1 15, Noll 1 1 3, Lee 2 0 5, Mitts 2 3 7, Arlinghaus 3 0 6, Hall 4 3 11, Vogelpohl 1 0 2, Batsche 2 0 4. Totals: 20 8 53.

        Holmes ....... 9   6  17  16—48

        Holy Cross ....... 10  18  12  13—53

        3-pointers: Holmes—Hallman 2, Patterson 2. HC—Engelman 4, Lee. Records: HC 12-11, Hol 16-11.

        • Boone County 47, St. Henry 23, 33rd District at St. Henry — Boone County limited St. Henry to eight second-half points. Ciara Henderson scored a game-high 18 for the Lady Rebels.

        Kali Boulanger scored 16 for St. Henry.

        The Rebels will face Conner in the district championship 7 p.m. Saturday at St. Henry.

        ST. HENRY (23) — Johnson 2 0 4, Boulanger 4 8 16, Tabeling 1 1 3. Totals: 7 9 23.

        BOONE COUNTY (47) — Boswell 1 0 2, Matheny 0 1 1, Molleson 2 1 5, Isaac 1 0 3, Stefanopoulos 2 1 6, Newhaus 1 0 2, Grobmyer 1 1 3, Henderson 7 3 18, Milner 1 0 2, Madden 2 1 5. Totals: 17 8 47.

        St. Henry ....... 9   6   8  0—23

        Boone County ....... 8  16  17  7—47

        3-pointers: B—Isaac, Stefanopoulos, Henderson.

        • Conner 49, Ryle 35, 33rd District at St. Henry — Afton Price and Stacy Martin each scored 11 points to pace the Cougars.

        RYLE (35) — Steiner 2 0 4, Schmidt 1 0 3, Miller 1 4 7, Scherer 2 3 7, Hon 1 0 2, Wilson 4 0 9, Matteoli 0 2 2. Totals: 11 10 35.

        CONNER (49) — Price 4 2 11, Suter 1 2 4, Randall 0 1 1, Turner 2 3 7, Martin 3 4 11, Williams 1 0 2, Dooley 1 0 2, Biddle 2 1 5, VonHandorf 3 0 6. Totals: 17 13 49.

        Ryle ....... 10   8   7  10—35

        Conner ....... 10  15  13  11—49

        3-pointers: R—Schmidt, Miller, Wilson. C— Price, Martin.

        • NCC 82, Newport 54, 36th District at Bellevue — NCC used a full-court press to forge leads of 39-29 at halftime and 55-36 after three quarters.

        NCC's Amy Meyers finished with 18 points. Ashley Mills led all scorers for Newport with 23 points.

        NCC will face Highlands in the district championship game 7:30p.m. Saturday.

        NEWPORT (54) — Seibert 1 0 2, Beatsch 1 2 5, Stegner 1 2 4, Joner 4 0 8, Mills 10 3 23, Atkins 2 2 6, Raisor 2 2 6. Totals: 21 11 54.

        NEWPORT CC (82) — Fogelman 1 5 7, Ma. Chiodi 0 8 8, Maudlin 1 0 2, Burks 4 8 16, Prigge 1 0 3, N. Chiodi 3 5 11, Meyers 8 2 18, Ziegler 6 5 17. Totals: 24 33 82.

        Newport ....... 13  16   7  18—54

        Newport CC ....... 20  19  16  27—82

        3-pointers: N—Beatsch. NCC—Prigge. Records: N 18-10, NCC 25-7.

        • Bishop Brossart 68, Silver Grove 24, 38th District at Bishop Brossart — The Mustangs opened the game with a 14-0 run.

        Brossart will play for its fifth straight district title against Campbell County 7p.m. Saturday at Bishop Brossart.

        SILVER GROVE (24) — Stortz 1 0 2, Snipes 1 0 2, Riley 3 0 9, Davidson 2 0 5, Iles 2 0 4, LaFollette 1 0 2. Totals: 10 0 24.

        BISHOP BROSSART (68) — Schwegmann 4 2 10, Clift 3 1 8, Schultz 1 0 3, Clark 2 0 4, Otto 2 0 4, Lloyd 3 1 8, Christen 3 1 7, Geiman 1 0 2, Wright 3 0 6, Cuthrell 4 1 9, Seiter 1 1 3, Giglia 2 0 4. Totals: 29 7 68.

        Silver Grove ....... 2   4  2  16—24

        Bishop Brossart ....... 26  19  9  14—68

        3-pointers: SG—Riley 3, Davidson. BB—Clift, Schultz, Lloyd. Records: BB 24-6, SG 5-20.

        • Campbell County 71, Bracken County 48, 38th District at Bishop Brossart — Heather Walker scored seven of her game-high 19 points in the third quarter for Campbell County.

        BRACKEN COUNTY (48) — L. Hamilton 3 1 8, Jefferson 1 1 3, Johnson 3 2 9, Norris 3 0 6, Tucker 5 0 12, C. Hamilton 1 2 4, Cannon 1 1 4, Newman 1 0 2. Totals: 18 7 48.

        CAMPBELL COUNTY (71) — Wilson 5 0 10, Ballinger 3 4 10, Fowee 2 1 5, Wagner 1 0 2, Mayhew 1 0 2, Bezold 3 0 6, Barry 3 4 11, Walker 4 11 19, King 2 2 6. Totals: 24 22 71.

        Bracken County ....... 13  13  12  10—48

        Campbell County ....... 20  18  20  13—71

        3-pointers: BC—L. Hamilton, Tucker 2, Johnson, Cannon. C—Barry. Records: C 15-12, B 7-18.

        • Scott County 87, Williamstown 58, 32nd District at Walton-Verona — Junior Erin Brown scored 17 points for Scott County. Angie Richardson paced Williamstown with 23.

        WILLIAMSTOWN (58) — Cason 1 2 5, Bowen 0 1 1, Vinson 4 4 12, Vance 3 5 11, Fowler 0 2 2, Conrad 1 0 2, Richardson 9 5 23, Brumback 0 2 2. Totals: 18 21 58.

        SCOTT COUNTY (87) — Lymon 4 1 9, Hamilton 1 0 3, Fraley 4 0 9, Garrett 1 0 2, Scott 4 1 9, Farmer 6 0 13, Hammons 2 0 4, Reliford 2 0 4, Brown 8 1 17, Tackett 2 0 4, Washington 5 2 13. Totals: 39 5 87.

        Williamstown ....... 14  21   5  18—58

        Scott County ....... 23  17  20  27—87

        3-pointers: W—Cason. SC—Hamilton, Fraley, Farmer, Washington. Records: S 20-6.

        • Walton-Verona 60, Grant Co. 34, 32nd District at Walton-Verona — Jessica Schmidt had her 26th consecutive double-double (19 points, 15 rebounds).

        Sophomore point guard Ashlee Afterkirk had 10 points and 15 assists.

        Walton-Verona plays Scott County 7 p.m. Saturday for the district title.

        GRANT COUNTY (34) — Garnett 4 6 14, Hopperton 1 2 4, Gibson 3 3 9, Jump 0 1 1, Courtney 0 2 2, Ammer 0 4 4. Totals: 8 18 34.

        WALTON-VERONA (60) — Schmidt 5 9 19, Afterkirk 5 0 10, McIntyre 4 0 11, Hegland 3 1 7, Ryan 1 2 4, Hogan 1 0 2, Sims 0 2 2, Kennedy 1 1 3, Edgington 1 0 2. Totals: 21 15 60.

        Grant County ....... 6  12   7   9—34

        Walton-Verona ....... 17  19  15   9—60

        3-pointers: W—McIntyre 3. Records: W 17-9.

       



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