Friday, August 24, 2001

N.Ky. high school results


Boys golf

        Heritage Academy 179, Holmes 189

        Medalist: Setser (HA), 37. Others: Trusty (H), 38. Records: HA 1-0, H 0-3.

        Campbell Co. 150, Bracken Co. 203

        Medalist: Justin Jolly (C) with a one-under 34 on the front nine at A.J. Jolly. Others: James (C) 38, Johnson (C) 38. Records: C 1-0, B 0-2.


Girls golf


        Boone Co. 221, Bishop Brossart 232

        Medalist: Emily Wolff (BC) with a 12-over 47 on the front nine at Flagg Springs. Records: BC 6-1, BB 0-1.

        Grant County 203, Williamstown 228

        Medalist: Ashley Combs (G) with a six-over 42 on the front nine at Eagle Creek. Others: Lawrence (W) 47. Records: G 4-0, W 2-2.


Girls soccer


        Highlands 5, Boone County 0

        Shutout: Healy (1 save). Goals: Twehues 3, Sugarman, Goodwin. Records: H 2-0, B 0-1.


Boys soccer


        St. Henry 6, Boone County 2

        Goals: S—Hume 3, Summe, Schneider, Waymeyer. B—Coldiron 2. Records: S 2-0, B 0-2.

        Covington Latin 1, Grant County 0

        Shutout: Pfaehler (9 saves). Goal: Thueneman. Records: L 1-2, G 0-3.

        Holy Cross 4, Campbell County 1

        Goals: H—Hinzman 2, Groneck, own goal. C—Augsback. Records: H 1-0, C 1-1.




        Bishop Brossart (3-1) d. Covington Latin 15-5, 15-3

        Scott (4-1) d. Lloyd (1-4) 15-12, 15-13

        Holy Cross (3-1) d. Villa Madonna (2-1) 15-7, 15-13


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Boys cross country preview
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