Thursday, September 06, 2001

N.Ky. high school results




       

Girls soccer
               Campbell County 2, Ryle 0

        Goals: Franzen. Shutout: Gindele (14 saves). Records: C 4-4, R 2-2. JV: Ryle 3-1,

        Notre Dame 2, Conner 1

        Goals: N—MacGregor 2. C—Kolodziejski. Records: N 5-0.

       

Girls golf
               Highlands 212, Campbell Co. 216, Bishop Brossart 218

        Medalist: Feilen (H) with a 7-over 42 onb the froint nine at Flagg Springs. Records: H 6-4, C 2-1, B 3-5.

        North Adams 7, Peebles 0

        Goals: Simpson 3, Robinson 2, Hughes, Wright. Shutout: Jones (3 saves). Records: N 3-0, P 0-3.

       

Boys golf
               St. Henry 158, Boone County 172

        C-Medalist: Klare (SH) and Deeters (SH) with 3-over 39's on the front nine at Devoe Park. Records: Sh 4-2, BC 1-5.

        Highlands 163, Newport CC 164, Campbell Co. 170, Grant Co. 175

        Medalist: Jolly (C) with a 2-under 34 on the back nine at A.J. Jolly. Others: Kessling (H) 35, Maloney (N) 38. Records: C 5-4-1, N 10-3, GC 5-6-1, H 11-7.

        Bishop Brossart 164, Highlands 176, Bellevue 202, Silver Grove 208

        Medalist: Kohls (B) with a 3-over 38 on the nine at A.J. Jolly. Others: Elix (B) 39, Neal (H) 40. Records: B 13-9.

        Lakota West 153, Covington Catholic 162, Elder 165

        Medalist: Williams (LW) with a par 36 on the froont nine at Beckett Ridge. Others: Erlewine (CC) 37, Ward (LW) 38, Robbins (LW) 38, Weeks (E) 39, Rudemiller (E) 39. Records: L 7-3, CC 6-1, E 6-6.

        Williamstown 161, Gallatin Co. 176

        Medalist: Skinner (W) with a 2-over 37 on the front nine at Eagle Creek. Others: Varner (W) 39. Records: W 6-1.

       



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