12/17 BBK: Ryle sinks Cooper in overtime

Stuhr hits 4 late free throws

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

Senior center Will Stuhl sank four free throws in the final minute of overtime as Ryle edged Cooper, 64-61 on Tuesday.

The Jaguars attempted a last-second 3-pointer but it fell short.

Stuhr finished with 17 points, with 11 coming from the foul line.

Senior guard White added 15 points, and senior forward Josh Bellew 12 in the Raiders’ win.

Cooper senior guard Spencer Holland led all scorers with 18 points.

COOPER 13-17-15-11-5—61
at RYLE 19-12-12-13-8—64

COOPER (2-1): Morgan 5 3 14, S. McNeil 4 1 11, Holland 7 2 18, Leichty 1 0 2, Z. McNeil 5 1 13, Hathorn 1 1 3. Totals 23 8 61.

RYLE (4-2): Owen 1 3 5, King 2 4 8, Puthoff 0 2 2, Bellew 6 0 12, Lonnemann 1 1 3, White 7 0 15, Rice 1 0 2, Stuhr 3 11 17. Totals 21 21 64.

3-pointers: C—McNeil 2, Holland 2, Z. McNeil 2, Morgan. R—White. 

NEWPORT CENTRAL CATHOLIC 73, BOONE COUNTY 33 – Junior guard Zach Pangallo tallied a game-high 17 points in the Thoroughbreds’ win.

Pangallo scored eight of his points in the third quarter. Junior center Drew McDonald and senior guard Tanner Moeves chipped in 10 points each for NewCath, with each netting eight in the first half.

The Thoroughbreds dominated on the boards, grabbing 45 rebounds to 31 for the Rebels, who were previously unbeaten.

NEWCATH 19-23-14-17—73
at BOONE 7-8-3-15—33

NEWCATH (3-0): Rawe 1 0 2, B. Anderson 1 0 2, Pangallo 6 4 17, E. Anderson 2 0 4, Verkamp 2 5 9, T. Moeves 4 2 10, Smith 1 0 2, Schulte 4 0 8, McDonald 3 4 10, Weyer 4 1 9. Totals 28 14 73.

BOONE COUNTY (5-1): Hixenbaugh 1 3 5, Purnell 2 0 4, Ordu 1 0 2, Downs 1 0 2, Nash 2 0 4, Stanley 3 2 9, Thompson 1 0 2, Stockwell 1 0 2, McDonald 1 0 2, Abdulle 0 1 1. Totals 13 6 33.

3-pointers: NCC—T. Moeves 2, Pangallo. BC—Stanley. JV: Boone County, 45-39.

SCOTT 73, HOLY CROSS 47 – Senior forward Ben Osborne scored seven points in the first quarter, nine in the second and a game-high 23 for the game to lead the Eagles.

Junior guard Blake Schneider and junior guard Darian Witherspoon finished with 11 each for Scott.

Sophomore guard Leighton Schrand hit four of the 11 3-pointers for the Indians, who made just five field goals that were not treys.

H. CROSS 16-7-16-8—47
at SCOTT 22-21-14-16—73

HOLY CROSS (0-7): Wehrman 2 0 4, Scott 2 2 7, Seibert 4 0 11, Schrand 4 2 14, Volpenhein 1 0 3, Bezold 2 0 6, McClendon 1 0 2. Totals 16 4 47.

SCOTT (3-4): Witherspoon 4 2 11, Ohmer 2 2 8, Johnson 2 1 5, Schneider 4 2 11, Wolff 1 0 2, Trame 3 1 7, Osborne 9 5 23, Krem 3 0 6. Totals 28 12 73.

3-pointers: S—Ohmer 2, Witherspoon, Trame, Schneider. HC—Schrand 4, Seibert 3, Bezold 2, Volpenhein, Scott. JV: Scott, 54-49.

LUDLOW 63, VILLA MADONNA 38 – Panthers senior center Jerad Howard eclipsed the 1,000-point mark, scoring 21 points including 11 in the third quarter.

Howard needed 12 to reach four figures entering the game. He now has 1,009 for his career.

Senior forward Mitchell Cody added 15 points for Ludlow.

Freshman guard Thomas Schutzman finished with a team-high 18 points for the Blue Lightning.

LUDLOW 22-18-21-2—63
at VILLA 10-9-10-9—38

LUDLOW (3-2): Mitchell 4 1 9, Thornsburg 2 0 4, Cody 7 1 15, Roark 1 0 2, Stamper 1 0 2, Howard 7 5 21, Doane 1 0 2, Furnish 0 1 1, Hart 3 0 7. Totals 26 8 63.

VILLA MADONNA (1-4): Kenkel 0 2 2, Blom 0 3 3, Malone 1 0 2, Schutzman 7 4 18, McIntyre 1 0 3, Bockweg 2 0 4, Martin 0 2 2, Spicker 1 0 2, Nutini 1 0 2. Totals 13 11 38.

3-pointers: L—Howard 2, Hart. VM—McIntyre. JV: Ludlow won.

OWEN COUNTY 60, GALLATIN COUNTY 44 – Sophomore forward Carson Williams racked up a game-best 21 points, including 13 in the third quarter for the Rebels.

Williams also pulled down 11 rebounds.

Owen County senior guard Jarrod Ball tallied 18 points, six rebounds and four assists.

GALLATIN 8-7-16-13—44
at OWEN 11-15-16-18—60

GALLATIN COUNTY (2-4): Bowman 1 0 3, Beckham 4 4 13, Chapman 1 0 2, Wilson 0 1 1, Sargeant 2 0 5, O’Connor 6 0 13, Phelps 1 0 2, McCubbin 2 1 5. Totals 17 6 44.

OWEN COUNTY (4-1): T. Trenary 1 0 2, Borchers 1 0 2, Ball 7 2 18, H. Trenary 6 2 14, Williams 10 1 21, Tackett 1 0 3. Totals 26 5 60.

3-pointers: OC—Ball 2, Tackett. GC—Bowman, Beckham, Sargeant, O’Connor. JV: Owen County, 44-37.

SIMON KENTON 80, WILLIAMSTOWN 49 – Senior forward Taylor Morrison scored 13 points in the third quarter to blow the game open for the Pioneers.

Morrison led 14 Simon Kenton scorers with 16 points, and junior guard/forward Jaeger Pracht tallied 10, with six coming in the second period.

W’MSTOWN 8-13-13-15—49
at S. KENTON 19-22-22-17—80

WILLIAMSTOWN (1-4): Stanley 2 0 4, D. Jump 5 7 18, Angell 0 1 1, J. Jump 4 0 9, Fernandez 2 0 4, Varner 3 0 6, Jordan 2 3 7. Totals 18 11 49.

SIMON KENTON (4-1): Kuntz 2 1 5, Pracht 4 2 10, Racke 2 2 7, Walker 2 0 5, Vercheak 4 0 8, Morrison 5 5 16, Downs 0 2 2, Dougherty 1 0 3, Mullins 2 2 6, Hawkins 1 0 2, Childers 2 0 6, Robinson 2 0 4, Sammons 1 0 2, Finnell 2 0 4. Totals 30 14 80.

3-pointers: SK—Childers 2, Dougherty, Morrison, Walker, Racke. W—J. Jump, D. Jump. JV: Simon Kenton, 62-14.

SILVER GROVE 68, CALVARY CHRISTIAN 51 – Junior forward Anthony Turcious poured in 19 points as the Big Trains won their third straight game.

Freshman guard Randy Kuntz and senior guard/forward Owen Turner added 13 points each for Silver Grove. Kuntz scored eight of his points in the fourth quarter to help seal it.

CALVARY 10-19-11-11—51
at S.GROVE 18-17-17-16—68

CALVARY CHRISTIAN (0-5): Kaufman 5 6 17, Leichter 3 1 7, Warstell 3 2 8, Zint 7 0 19. Totals 18 9 51.

SILVER GROVE (3-3): Feiler 1 0 2, Lambert 5 1 11, Turcious 5 9 19, Pollitt 3 0 6, Kuntz 5 2 13, Turner 6 0 13, Miller 2 0 4. Totals 27 12 68.

3-pointers: SG—Kuntz, Turner. CC—Zint 3, Kaufman.
 

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