12/12 GBK: Boone sinks Holy Cross

McGarr helps ice win for the Rebels

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

Junior guard Maddy McGarr went 4-for-5 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter to help Boone County seal a 57-49 win over Holy Cross on Thursday.

Senior guard Dallis Knotts led the Rebels in scoring with 18 points, and she added two steals. McGarr finished with 16 points, five rebounds and three steals.

Twin sisters and junior forwards Cassie and Ally Mayhaus racked up 13 points each for the Indians.

HOLY CROSS 10-13-14-12—49
at BOONE CO. 14-19-14-10—57

HOLY CROSS (2-2): McClendon 4 4 12, Hassert 1 1 3, Gabbard 0 1 1, Lampke 1 0 3, C. Mayhaus 6 1 13, A. Mayhaus 5 3 13, Stanley 2 0 4. Totals 19 10 49.

BOONE COUNTY (2-1): Ford 1 0 2, McGarr 3 10 16, Switzer 2 3 7, Moore 1 2 4, Travis 2 1 5, Knotts 7 0 18, Courtney 0 3 3, Hirschauer 1 0 2. Totals 17 19 57.

3-pointers: BC—Knotts 4. HC—Lampke. JV: Boone County, 48-41.

HOLMES 84, GALLATIN COUNTY 73 – All five Bulldogs scorers reached double figures.

Holmes sophomore center Amori Gulley led all scorers with 22 points, with eight coming in the third quarter and nine more in the fourth.

Freshman point guard Jaynice Stovall scored 11 of her 17 in the first quarter as the Bulldogs, who led by two entering the final stanza, pulled away late.

GALLATIN 21-16-16-20—73
at HOLMES 21-13-21-29—84

GALLATIN COUNTY (1-2): B. Dossett 8 2 19, H. Dossett 6 4 20, Satchwell 1 1 3, Bowen 6 2 16, Wesley 3 3 9, Beatty 2 0 4, Dunavent 1 0 2. Totals 27 12 73.

HOLMES (1-2): Harris 5 7 19, Englemon 5 3 13, Stovall 4 7 17, Kilburn 3 3 11, Gulley 8 6 22. Totals 26 26 84.

3-pointers: H—Harris 2, Stovall 2, Kilburn 2. GC—H. Dossett 4, Bowen 2, B. Dossett. JV: Holmes, 53-41.

SIMON KENTON 75, GRANT COUNTY 49 – Pioneers senior forward Rachel Cox led all scorers with 18 points, and she grabbed nine rebounds, blocked two shots and dished for a pair of assists.

Cox scored eight of her points in the second quarter as Simon Kenton its season-opening winning streak to five games.

Senior guard Abby Owings added 12 points, with six coming early in the first quarter on a pair of 3-pointers, helping the Pioneers jump out to an 18-point lead. She also earned five assists.

S. KENTON 24-20-18-13—75
at GRANT 6-12-16-15—49

SIMON KENTON (5-0): Schmiade 2 0 5, Owings 5 0 12, Hester 3 1 7, Krohman 0 4 4, Cook 2 0 4, Cox 6 6 18, Bosse 3 2 8, Meier 4 0 8, Tomlin 1 1 3, Webb 2 2 6. Totals 28 16 75.

GRANT COUNTY (1-3): Jones 1 0 3, Cummins 1 4 6, Thornsberry 1 0 3, Burk 2 0 4, Wright 2 4 9, Harmeyer 1 0 2, Kearns 1 0 2, Chaidez 3 3 9, Ruebusch 2 1 5, McCoy 3 0 6. Totals 17 12 49.

3-pointers: SK—Owings 2, Schmiade. GC—Jones, Thornsberry, Wright.

BROSSART 61, LLOYD 35 – Senior center Sarah Futscher led 13 Mustangs scorers with 17 points, seven of which came in the third quarter.

Senior guard Abby Stadtmiller added nine points for Brossart, which won its fourth consecutive game to open the season.

Junior guard Payton Brown paced the Juggernauts with nine points.

BROSSART 16-17-17-11—61
at LLOYD 7-10-12-6—35

BROSSART (4-0): Nienaber 2 0 5, Lloyd 1 0 2, R. Young 1 1 3, Eisenman 3 0 6, Boesch 0 1 1, Black 0 1 1, Verst 2 0 4, Shannon 2 0 4, King 2 1 5, Schultz 1 0 2, Futscher 7 3 17, Stadtmiller 4 1 9, K. Young 1 0 2. Totals 26 8 61.

LLOYD (1-2): Brown 1 7 9, Cheatum 0 4 4, Gentry 2 2 6, Sheppard 3 1 8, Thompson 0 1 1, Stagge 2 3 7 Totals 8 18 35.

3-pointers: B—Nienaber. L—Sheppard. JV: Brossart, 49-14.

NOTRE DAME 58, ST. HENRY 34 – Senior forward Carlee Clemons scored a game-high 16 points as the Pandas won their second straight game.

Senior guard Paige Kellam added 11 points for Notre Dame, which did not allow any Crusader to score more than seven points.

ST. HENRY 2-11-8-13—34
at N. DAME 14-13-16-15—58

ST. HENRY (1-3): Schreiber 3 0 7, Lehmkuhl 3 0 6, Hentz 2 2 6, Miller 1 4 6, Neace 2 1 5, Marks 2 0 4. Totals 13 7 34.

NOTRE DAME (3-2): Clemons 7 1 16, Kellam 5 1 11, Smith 4 0 8, Hellmann 3 0 7, Stallman 3 0 7, Ogle 2 3 7, Baugh 1 0 2. Totals 25 5 58.

3-pointers: ND—Clemons, Hellmann, Stallman. SH—Schreiber.


 

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