1/10 GBK: NDA shoots down Highlands

Kellam's 19 leads sharp-shooting Pandas

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By John Lachmann
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Twitter: @rednblackhawks

Notre Dame shot 56 percent from the field en route to edging Highlands, 67-59 on Friday.

Senior guard Paige Kellam led the Pandas with 19 points, and Hellmann totaled 17, knocking down 7 of 11 field goal attempts.

Junior forward Haylee Smith added 12 points, eight rebounds and four steals in the Notre Dame win.

Junior guard/forward Lydia Graves led the Bluebirds with 16 points and six boards.

NOTRE DAME 16-18-15-18—67
at HIGHLANDS 9-18- 8-24—59

NOTRE DAME (8-5): Stallman 4 0 10, Hellmann 7 3 17, Kellam 5 9 19, Baugh 2 0 5, Clemons 2 0 4, Smith 4 4 12. Totals 24 16 67.

HIGHLANDS (11-3): Adler 1 2 5, Blanton 1 0 2, Barth 1 1 3, Coffey 1 5 7, Graves 4 5 16, Clukey 1 2 4, Leigh 3 5 11, Combs 4 2 11. Totals 16 22 59.

3-pointers: ND—Stallman 2, Baugh. H—Graves 3, Adler, Combs. JV: Notre Dame won.

HOLY CROSS 47, BEECHWOOD 38 – Freshman guard Aleah Tucker hit 5 of 6 fourth-quarter free throws to help seal the win for the Indians.

Tucker scored eight points in the final frame, also hitting a 3-pointer for her only field goal of the game, and she finished 9-for-10 from the foul line, giving her a team-high 12 points.

Junior forward Abby Hassert chipped in 10 points for Holy Cross, which won its sixth straight.

Tigers freshman guard Ally Johnson rolled up a game-high 21 points.

H. CROSS 6- 9-16-16—47
at BEECH. 6-11- 8-13—38

HOLY CROSS (10-3): McClendon 1 0 2, Hassert 5 0 10, Hungler 1 0 2, Gabbard 1 0 2, Tucker 1 9 12, Lampke 2 0 5, C. Mayhaus 2 3 7, A. Mayhaus 3 1 7. Totals 16 13 47.

BEECHWOOD (6-6): Stuempel 3 0 8, McGuire 1 1 4, Johnson 7 3 21, Schwartz 0 2 2, Schilling 1 0 3. Totals 12 6 38.

3-pointers: HC—Tucker, Lampke. B—Johnson 4, Stuempel 2, McGuire, Schilling. JV: Holy Cross, 38-29.

RYLE 52, DIXIE HEIGHTS 34 – Sophomore guard Madison Jones scored nine points in the pivotal third quarter and 11 in the second half for the Raiders.

Jones led all scorers with 16 points, and she also recorded five steals.

Sophomore guard Mallory Schwartz added 11 points as Ryle won for the third time in its last four games.

Junior center Liza Tibbs posted a team-high 15 points for the Colonels.

DIXIE 9-11- 7- 7—34
at RYLE 9-12-15-16—52 

DIXIE HEIGHTS (7-8): Loosie 0 1 1, Koth 2 0 6, Brock 1 4 6, Tibbs 4 7 15, Strong 3 0 6. Totals 10 12 34.

RYLE (6-5): Pennington 2 1 5, Schwartz 4 2 11, Jones 7 0 16, Lange 3 4 10, Senvisky 4 0 8, O’Sullivan 1 0 2. Totals 21 7 52.

3-pointers: R—Jones 2, Schwartz. DH—Koth 2. JV: Dixie Heights, 29-19.

CONNER 62, BOONE COUNTY 53 – Senior guard Brooke Maines led three Cougars in double figures with 17 points – nine in the second quarter.

Sophomore guard Hunter Hendricks finished with 15 points and seven rebounds, and senior center Madi Meyers recorded a double-double with 13 points and 12 boards.

Junior guard Macey Ford led the Rebels with 14 points, including four 3-pointers.

BOONE CO. 15-15- 6-17—53
at CONNER 17-18-12-14—62

BOONE COUNTY (10-5): Ford 5 0 14, McGarr 5 1 11, Switzer 2 5 9, Knotts 1 2 5, Courtney 1 0 2, Lankheit 1 0 2, Moore 3 4 10. Totals 18 12 53.

CONNER (8-4): Dages 4 0 9, Maines 6 2 17, Meyers 5 3 13, Hendricks 5 3 15, Gambrel 1 4 6, Hicks 0 2 2. Totals 21 14 62.

3-pointers: C—Maines 3, Hendricks, Dages. BC—Ford 4, Knotts. JV: Boone County, 35-31.

NEWPORT 69, DAYTON 41 – Junior Katlyn Hoeh scored nine of her game-best 19 points in the first quarter as the Wildcats jumped out to an early 17-point lead.

Sophomore Kylie Orr added 18 points for Newport, which has seven wins in its last eight games.

Senior Nicole Schowalter paced the Greendevils with 15 points.

NEWPORT 20-20-10-19—69
at DAYTON 3-16-14- 8—41

NEWPORT (10-3): Yeager 0 1 1, Stanley 0 3 3, Hoeh 8 3 19, Hensley 3 1 7, Kilburn 2 0 4, Johnson 4 1 9, Orr 8 1 18, Smith 4 0 8. Totals 29 10 69.

DAYTON (2-9): N. Schowalter 4 6 15, Johnson 0 1 1, Boles 1 0 3, Nellis 1 0 2, H. Schowalter 3 0 6, Trimnell 3 0 6, Kubala 2 1 5, Donelan 1 0 3. Totals 15 8 41.

3-pointers: N—Orr. D—N. Schowalter, Boles, Donelan. JV: Dayton, 37-32.

VILLA MADONNA 66, HERITAGE 24 – Sophomore guard Lexie Aytes scored all 16 of her points in the first quarter as the Blue Lightning ran off 25 straight points in the frame.

Aytes hit four 3-pointers as Villa Madonna set a school record by knocking down 10 treys on just 19 attempts. Aytes also racked up four assists and four steals.

Sophomore guard Abby Hengge set a personal best with six points, hitting a pair of threes.

HERITAGE 0- 8- 9- 7—24
at VILLA 25-11- 6-16—66

HERITAGE (3-5): Forman 1 0 2, Maris. Cain 1 0 2, Mullins 0 1 1, Maria. Cain 3 0 7, Schwarz 5 1 12. Totals 10 2 24.

VILLA MADONNA (7-5): Perry 3 0 8, Al. Hengge 2 1 5, Ab. Hengge 2 0 6, Aytes 5 2 16, Newman 2 1 6, Desmarais 1 0 2, Junker 3 0 7, Ernst 2 1 5, Blom 2 0 4, Trusty 2 1 5, Schulte 1 0 2. Totals 25 6 66.

3-pointers: VM—Aytes 4, Perry 2, Ab. Hengge 2, Newman, Junker. H—M. Cain, Schwarz. JV: Villa Madonna, 25-8.

CALVARY CHRISTIAN 54, PARIS 39 – Senior guard Sarah Roaden helped the Cougars pull away with nine points in the third quarter in a first-round All ‘A’ game at NKU.

Roaden tallied 26 points, four steals and four assists. Senior guard Hayley Emmerich added 16 points for Calvary Christian, hitting eight second-half free throws to help put the game away.

The Cougars will play Bracken County in a quarterfinal at 6 p.m. on Monday.

CALVARY 14-12-17-11—54
vs. PARIS 11-13- 8- 7—39

CALVARY CHRISTIAN (6-3): Merkley 1 6 9, Roaden 8 6 26, Emmerich 4 8 16, Herald 0 1 1, McCord 1 0 2. Totals 14 21 54.

PARIS (6-6): Gabbard 1 3 5, Ponce 3 0 9, Finch 1 0 2, Washington 4 3 12, Enlow 2 0 5, Crumbie 1 0 3, Myers 0 3 3. Totals 12 9 39.

3-pointers: CC—Roaden 4, Merkley. P—Ponce 3, Washington, Enlow, Crumbie.

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