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By John Lachmann
Kypostsports@yahoo.com
Twitter: @rednblackhawks

Sophomore forward Aimee Jump rolled up five fourth-quarter points as Ryle surged from a one-point deficit to beat Beechwood, 65-56 on Tuesday.

Raiders sophomore forward Carly Lange tallied 26 points, including nine in the third quarter, to lead all scorers.

Sophomore guard Macy Stuempel poured in 22 points for Beechwood.

RYLE 15-15-18-17—65
at BEECH. 16-19-14-7—56

RYLE (2-2): Martin 0 2 2, Pennington 1 1 3, Schwartz 2 0 4, Ast 0 1 1, Storer 2 0 4, Jones 3 3 9, Lange 11 3 26, Senvisky 2 0 4, Jump 5 1 12. Totals 26 11 65.

BEECHWOOD (2-1): Schilling 2 2 6, Stuempel 8 2 22, O. Stokes 1 4 6, Johnson 2 4 9, Barry 1 1 3, Gieske 3 1 7, Schwartz 1 1 3. Totals 18 15 56.

3-pointers: R—Lange, Jump. B—Stuempel 4, Johnson. JV: Ryle won.

VILLA MADONNA 48, DAYTON 42 – Senior center Maria Blom hit four free throws in the final three minutes to help ice the game for the Blue Lightning.

Blom led all scorers with 14 points, and she recorded six steals.

Sophomore guard Lexie Aytes added 12 points, senior guard Alex Hengge pulled down nine rebounds and senior forward Morgan Trusty grabbed a career-best eight boards in the Villa Madonna win.

DAYTON 11-14-8-9—42
at VILLA 19-14-3-12—48

DAYTON (0-3): N. Schowalter 3 3 9, Boles 3 0 8, H. Schowalter 2 1 5, Trimnell 1 1 3, Watts 2 1 5, A. Donelan 4 2 12. Totals 15 8 42.

VILLA MADONNA (1-2): Hengge 2 1 7, Aytes 3 6 12, Junker 2 2 8, Blom 5 4 14, Trusty 3 1 7. Totals 15 14 48.

3-pointers: VM—Hengge 2, Junker 2. D—Boles 2, A. Donelan 2. JV: Dayton, 27-16.

NEWPORT CENTRAL CATHOLIC 68, NEWPORT 44 – Sophomore guard Ainsley Davenport and senior forward Nicole Kiernan scored 11 points each to lead the Thoroughbreds.

Junior guard Michaela Ware chipped in 10 points for NewCath, which won its third straight game to open the season.

Wildcats freshman Shea Smith led all scorers with 13 points.

NEWPORT 9-14-11-10—44
at NEWCATH 19-18-20-11—68

NEWPORT (2-1): Stanley 3 0 6, Hoeh 2 3 7, Johnson 1 3 5, Lewis 1 0 2, Orr 5 0 11, Smith 6 1 13. Totals 18 7 44.

NEWCATH (3-0): Davenport 4 0 11, Seibert 4 0 8, Lankheit 2 2 6, Ware 5 0 10, Schack 1 2 4, Stutler 0 2 2, Zimmerman 3 2 9, Mayes 1 5 7, Kiernan 4 3 11. Totals 24 16 68.

3-pointers: NCC—Davenport 3, Zimmerman. NEW—Orr. JV: NewCath, 55-6.

CALVARY CHRISTIAN 51, LUDLOW 34 – Senior guard Sarah Roaden’s posted nine of her game-high 23 points in the first quarter as the Cougars jumped out to a nine-point lead.

Senior guard Hayley Emmerich chipped in 15 points and 11 rebounds for Calvary Christian.

Junior guard Tori Wofford racked up a team-best 11 points for the Panthers.

LUDLOW 5-15-4-10—34
at CALVARY 14-12-11-14—51 

LUDLOW (0-3): Crawford 1 0 2, Turner 1 0 3, Wofford 3 5 11, Hussien 1 0 2, Green-Murphy 1 0 2, K. Warndorf 4 0 8, H. Warndorf 2 2 6. Totals 13 7 34.

CALVARY CHRISTIAN (2-2): Merkley 3 0 7, Roaden 7 6 23, Emmerich 3 9 15, Trogden 0 1 1, Herald 1 1 3, McCord 1 0 2. Totals 15 17 51.

3-pointers: CC—Roaden 3, Merkley. L—Turner.

BELLEVUE 61, HERITAGE 40 – Sophomore guard Kira Ross scored nine points in the first quarter and 22 overall for the Tigers.

Freshman guard Courtney Schmits added 12 points and six steals in Bellevue’s win.

HERITAGE 6-13-9-12—40
at BELLEVUE 22-23-14-2—61

HERITAGE (0-1): Forman 1 0 2, Cain 0 3 3, M. Mullins 0 5 5, Berkemeier 3 1 7, H. Mullins 4 1 10, Schwarz 4 2 11. Totals 13 11 40.

BELLEVUE (1-2): Bishop 2 2 6, Schmits 3 6 12, Smith 2 0 4, Murphy 1 4 7, Ross 6 6 20, R. Atwood 4 3 11, Maehren 0 1 1. Totals 18 22 61.

3-pointers: B—Ross 2, Murphy. H—Schwarz 2, H. Mullins. JV: Bellevue won.
 

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