Sunday, February 18, 2001

N.Ky. girls basketball games


No. 5 Holmes rallies to top No. 4 Highlands

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Junior guard Erica Hallman scored 22 points as Holmes, ranked No.5 in The Enquirer's Northern Kentucky coaches poll, defeated No.4 Highlands 50-44 Saturday night.

        The Bulldogs, who trailed 14-7 after the first quarter and 19-14 at halftime, outscored the Bluebirds 36-25 in the second half.

        Junior center Tara Boothe led the Bluebirds with 20 points and 11 rebounds.

        HOLMES (50) — Jackson 4 2 10, Collins 1 2 5, Brinkman 1 0 2, Wimzie 1 1 3, Hallman 7 6 22, Patterson 2 2 6, Herindon 1 0 2. Totals: 20 13 50.

        HIGHLANDS (44) — Boothe 8 4 20, Winkler 1 0 3, Grause 1 0 2, Gibson 8 0 18, Konen 0 1 1. Totals: 44.

        Holmes ....... 7  7  15  21—50

        Highlands ....... 14  5  10  15—44

        3-pointers: C-Collins, Hallman 2; H-Winkler, Gibson 2.

        • Ludlow 56, Silver Grove 33 — Senior forward Amanda Wise scored a season-high 27 points and had 16 rebounds to lead the Panthers.

        Wise scored 17 of her points in the first half to help Ludlow take a 35-11 lead. Her four 3-pointers also were a season high.

        Senior guard Ashley Pence scored all 13 of her points in the first half for the Panthers.

        Senior forward Leah Lantry contributed 19 rebounds and a career-high 12 assists for Ludlow.

        Mary Beth Iles led Silver Grove with 10 points.

        SILVER GROVE (33) — Stortz 2 1 5, Snipes 1 0 2, Joering 1 1 3, Riley 3 0 9, Davidson 1 2 4, Iles 5 0 10. Totals: 13 4 33.

        LUDLOW (56) — Miller 1 0 3, Millson 1 0 2, K. Hall 1 0 2, Wise 9 5 27, Blackburn 3 1 7, Lantry 1 0 2, Pence 4 1 13. Totals: 20 7 56.

        Silver Grove ....... 6   5   6  16—33

        Ludlow ....... 13  22  12   9—56

        3-pointers: S — Riley 3. L — Wise, Pence 4, Miller. Record: L 11-9.

        • Newport Central Catholic 57, Holy Cross 44 — Freshman guard Nicole Chiodi sank eight of 10 free throws in the fourth quarter to seal the victory for the Thoroughbreds, the No.3 team in The Enquirer's Northern Kentucky coaches poll. She led NewCath with 16 points.

        Ashlie Noll and Stephanie Lea each scored 11 points for Holy Cross.

        HOLY CROSS (44) — Ryan 0 1 1, Englemon 1 0 3, Noll 3 5 11, Lea 4 2 11, Mitts 1 0 2, Arlinghaus 0 1 1, Hall 3 1 7, Stroer 2 0 4, Batsche 2 0 4. Totals: 16 10 44.

        NEWPORT CENTRAL CATHOLIC (57) — Fogelman 0 1 1, M. Chiodi 2 6 8, Maudlin 1 0 2, Burks 4 2 10, N. Chiodi 2 12 16, Meyers 4 1 9, Ziegler 3 3 9. Totals: 16 25 57.

        Holy Cross ....... 11   8  13  12—44

        Newport CC ....... 18  11  13  15—57

        3-pointers: H-Englemon, Lea. Records: H 10-11; N 22-6.

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