12/14 GBK: Dixie rallies to beat Harrison

Tibbs scores 18 in Colonels' win

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

Harrison County hit a field goal in the closing seconds to cut its deficit to three but could pull no closer as Dixie Heights rallied to beat the Thorobreds, 60-57 on Saturday.

Junior center Liza Tibbs scored nine of her 18 points in the fourth quarter for the Colonels, who trailed by three entering the final period. She also grabbed nine rebounds.

Junior forward Molly Diamon added 14 points for Dixie Heights.

Senior center Jordan Doram scored 37 points in the losing effort for Harrison County, which suffered its first loss after winning its first three games of the season.

HARRISON CO. 12-12-15-18—57
at D. HEIGHTS 7-14-15-24—60

HARRISON COUNTY (3-1): Doram 12 13 37, Perkins 0 2 2, Gray 1 0 2, Ingram 4 2 13, Philpott 1 1 3. Totals 18 18 57.

DIXIE HEIGHTS (2-3): Odom 1 0 2, East 1 2 4, Koth 3 1 9, Brock 0 4 4, Tibbs 6 6 18, Davis 1 0 2, Strong 2 2 7, Diamon 3 8 14. Totals 17 23 60.

3-pointers: DH—Koth 2, Strong. HC—Ingram 3. JV: Dixie Heights won.

NEWPORT CENTRAL CATHOLIC 58, BOONE COUNTY 46 – Thoroughbreds senior forward Nicole Kiernan recorded a double-double, tallying a game-best 24 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks.

Junior forward Alexus Mayes totaled 15 points, including seven in the fourth quarter to help NewCath pull away.

Junior guard Alexis Switzer led the Rebels with 13 points.

BOONE CO. 14-5-19-8—46
at NEWCATH 12-16-14-16—58

BOONE COUNTY (2-2): Ford 2 0 6, McGarr 1 2 4, Foster 0 2 2, Switzer 5 1 13, Moore 3 0 7, Knotts 2 0 5, M. Courtney 1 0 2, Lankheit 3 1 7. Totals 17 6 46.

NEWCATH (5-0): Davenport 1 0 2, Seibert 0 2 2, Ware 5 0 10, Lewis 1 1 3, Zimmerman 0 2 2, Mayes 5 4 15, Kiernan 7 10 24. Totals 19 19 58.

3-pointers: NCC—Mayes. BC—Switzer 2, Ford 2, Knotts. JV: Boone County, 40-39, OT.

NOTRE DAME 63, LEXINGTON HENRY CLAY 48 – Senior guard Carlee Clemons finished with 19 points and five steals as the Pandas won their third straight game.

Junior forward Hillary Hellmann added 13 points and senior forward Elly Ogle tacked on nine points and 10 rebounds for Notre Dame.

NOTRE DAME 23-17-10-13—63
HENRY CLAY 14-12-16-6—48

NOTRE DAME (4-2): Ogle 3 3 9, Hellmann 5 2 13, Kellam 2 1 5, Baugh 1 0 2, Clemons 7 3 19, Smith 5 1 11, Stallman 1 1 4. Totals 24 11 63.

HENRY CLAY (2-2): Coney 1 4 6, Boyd 2 2 6, Carter 8 2 20, Lyvers 1 1 3, Young 2 3 7, Green 1 0 2, Richmond 2 0 4. Totals 17 12 48.

3-pointers: ND—Clemons 2, Hellmann, Stallman. HC—Carter 2.

CONNER 65, LOUISVILLE HOLY CROSS 50 – Senior center Madi Meyers scored a career-best 29 points in the Cougars’ win at the Pleasure Ridge Park Shootout.

Meyers scored 10 points in the second and third quarters, and she also pulled down 13 rebounds.

Sophomore guard Hunter Hendricks chipped in 14 points, five rebounds and four steasl in the Conner win.

CONNER 12-17-27-9—65
H. CROSS 16-14-9-11—50

CONNER (2-1): Dages 2 0 4, Maines 2 0 4, Meyers 12 5 29, Hines 1 0 2, Hendricks 5 2 14, Gambrel 2 1 5, Kennedy 0 1 1, Frye 1 1 3, Henson 1 1 3. Totals 26 11 65.

HOLY CROSS (2-1): Morabito 6 1 16, Hockman 2 5 9, Blackwell 2 2 6, Lockwood 1 1 3, Miller 2 6 10, Newton 3 0 6. Totals 16 15 50.

3-pointers: C—Hendricks 2. HC—Morabito 3.

SIMON KENTON 66, WALTON-VERONA 45 – Senior guard Abby Owings led the Pioneers in scoring with 20 points, and tacked on four steals and three assists.

Owings also scored six points in the fourth quarter, hitting 4 of 4 free throws to help blow the game open.

Senior forward Sarah Tomlin scored seven points in the final stanza, including five foul shots as Simon Kenton extending its winning streak to six games to open the season.

Junior guard Mackenzie Hester chipped in 13 points for the Pioneers, going perfect on five field goal attempts and adding a pair of assists and two steals.

W. -VERONA 3-19-12-11—45
at S. KENTON 15-13-15-23—66

WALTON-VERONA (2-3): Luebbe 0 2 2, Beckham 0 1 1, Dezorn 1 3 5, Mills 3 2 11, Mullikin 1 0 2, Ginn 1 0 2, Rodgers 2 2 7, Simpson 6 0 14, Case 0 1 1. Totals 14 11 45.

SIMON KENTON (6-0): Schmiade 3 0 7, Owings 7 5 20, Clark 0 1 1, Blau 1 0 2, Hester 5 2 13, Krohman 0 2 2, Cook 1 0 3, Cox 1 1 3, Bosse 2 0 4, Tomlin 2 5 9, Webb 1 0 2. Totals 23 16 66.

3-pointers: SK—Schmiade, Owings, Hester, Cook. WV—Mills 3, Simpson 2, Rodgers. JV: Simon Kenton, 55-15.

BROSSART 58, SCOTT 46 – Senior guard Abby Stadtmiller scored 10 of her team-best 15 points in the second half to help the Mustangs pull away.

Senior center Sarah Futscher racked up 13 points for Brossart, which won its fifth straight game to start the season.

Eighth-grade guard Ally Niece led all scorers with 18 points for Scott, which suffered its first loss.

BROSSART 13-15-15-15—58
at SCOTT 13-12-9-12—46

BROSSART (5-0): Nienaber 1 1 3, Eisenman 1 0 2, Verst 5 0 10, Schultz 3 3 9, Futscher 5 3 13, Stadtmiller 5 5 15, Young 3 0 6. Totals 23 12 58.

SCOTT (4-1): Buntin 1 3 5, Dant 1 0 2, Trimpe 0 2 2, Brennan 1 0 3, Meyer 1 0 2, Niece 8 2 18, Kallmeyer 3 0 6, Stapleton 3 1 8. Totals 18 8 46.

3-pointers: S—Brennan, Stapleton. JV: Scott, 35-26.

LLOYD 71, WILLIAMSTOWN 45 – Freshman guard Devin Cheatum and senior guard/forward Kaitlyn Sheppard combined for 28 first-half points for the Juggernauts.

Cheatum scored 15 in the first two quarters and led all scorers with 22 points, and Sheppard finished with 18 points.

W’STOWN 14-12-6-13—45
at LLOYD 25-20-14-12—71

WILLIAMSTOWN (1-6): Cheek 3 4 10, Kennedy 2 2 8, Chambers 0 1 1, Perkins 1 0 2, Howe 0 1 1, Marksberry 2 5 9, Montgomery 1 1 3, Johnson 0 1 1, Souder 5 0 10. Totals 14 15 45.

LLOYD (2-2): Brown 0 7 7, Cheatum 8 4 22, Gentry 5 0 11, Sheppard 6 4 18, Stagge 3 2 8, Webster 0 1 1, Musk 2 0 4. Totals 24 18 71.

3-pointers: L—Cheatum 2, Sheppard 2, Gentry. W—Kennedy 2. JV: Williamstown, 43-30.

HOLY CROSS 68, LEXINGTON TATES CREEK 29 – Junior forward Ally Mayhaus rolled up 22 points and 16 rebounds for the Indians in the Lady Defender Classic at Bryan Station.

Holy Cross freshman point guard Aleah Tucker tallied 15 points and four assists.

HOLY CROSS 17-15-16-20—68
TATES CREEK 11-4-9-5—29

HOLY CROSS (3-2): McClendon 2 0 4, Hassert 2 1 5, Gabbard 5 0 12, Tucker 5 2 15, C. Mayhaus 3 0 6, A. Mayhaus 9 4 22, Stanley 1 0 2, Niehaus 1 0 2. Totals 28 7 68.

TATES CREEK (0-4): Martin 3 4 11, Bentley 2 0 4, Nsimpasi 0 1 1, Hamill 1 0 2, Brown 1 0 2, Miller 2 0 4, Shannon 2 0 5. Totals 11 5 29.

3-pointers: HC—Tucker 3, Gabbard 2. TC—Martin, Shannon.

NEWPORT 48, CINCINNATI OYLER 21 – Wildcats junior forward Katlyn Hoeh finished with 10 points, including six in the first quarter.

Freshman forward Shay Smith added nine points and 10 rebounds, and sophomore forward Shaunye Stanley tallied six steals for Newport.

NEWPORT 15-11-14-8—48
at OYLER 6-2-6-7—21

NEWPORT (3-1): Grey 1 0 2, Hoeh 5 0 10, Hensley 3 0 7, Johnson 3 1 7, Lewis 1 0 2, Orr 4 0 9, Smith 4 1 9, Beal 1 0 2. Totals 22 2 48.

OYLER (0-3): Brown 2 1 5, Tiller 4 0 9, Runyon 1 0 3, Kornegay 1 0 2, Bradford 1 0 2. Totals 9 1 21.

3-pointers: N—Hensley, Orr. O—Tiller, Runyon.

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