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12/17 GBK: Boone too much for Cooper

Switzer scores 18 for Rebels

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

Boone County opened up its district schedule by holding off Cooper, 60-52 on Tuesday.

Rebels junior guard Alexis Switzer scored 18 points, with eight coming in the fourth quarter. Senior forward Dallis Knotts chipped in 15 points, including three 3-pointers, and netted seven in the second frame.

Senior guard Paige Ross paced the Jaguars with 10 points.

BOONE CO. 14-14-14-18—60
at COOPER 7-14-8-23—52

BOONE COUNTY (3-2): McGarr 3 6 12, Foster 0 2 2, Switzer 6 5 18, Moore 2 4 9, Knotts 3 6 15, Courtney 1 0 2, Lankheit 1 0 2. Totals 16 23 60.

COOPER (2-3): Anderson 2 2 6, Held 1 3 6, Pittman 2 2 8, Maniacci 3 0 6, Brinneman 2 0 5, Smith 3 0 7, Zingsheim 0 2 2, Ross 2 6 10, Arnett 1 0 2. Totals 16 15 52.

3-pointers: BC—Knotts 3, Switzer, Moore. C—Pittman 2, Smith, Brinneman. JV: Boone County, 35-30.

CONNER 78, LAWRENCEBURG (Ind.) 63 – Sophomore guard Hunter Hendricks finished with 17 points and five assists in the Cougars’ annual border battle with their neighbors to the west.

Senior center Madi Meyers added 16 points and six rebounds in Conner’s home opener.

L’BURG 12-11-17-23—63
at CONNER 25-23-20-10—78

LAWRENCEBURG (6-3): Fussenecker 8 4 21, Miller 2 4 8, Lovins 1 0 2, Denton 0 1 1, Ab. Schmidt 0 3 3, Parris 3 0 6, Brunner 6 1 13, Al. Schmidt 2 4 8, Rox 0 1 1. Totals 22 18 63.

CONNER (3-1): Dages 3 0 6, Boelter 2 1 5, Maines 5 0 11, Meyers 8 0 16, Best 2 0 5, Himes 1 0 2, Hendricks 6 2 17, Gambrel 1 4 7, Hicks 1 0 3, Frye 3 0 6. Totals 32 7 78.

3-pointers: C—Hendricks 3, Maines, Best, Gambrel, Hicks. L—Fussenecker. JV: Conner, 40-20.

NOTRE DAME 73, WALTON-VERONA 42 – Senior guard Paige Kellam led 11 Pandas scorers with 13 points.

Senior guard Carlee Clemons finished with 12 points as the Pandas won their fourth straight game.

The Bearcats were paced by junior guard Allie Mills’ game-best 21 points.

W.-VERONA 5-15-7-15—42
at N. DAME 9-25-15-24—73

WALTON-VERONA (2-4): Luebbe 1 2 4, Dezarn 1 4 6, Mills 5 8 21, Mullikin 1 1 3, Ginn 1 0 2, Simpson 1 4 6. Totals 10 19 42.

NOTRE DAME (5-2): Stallman 3 1 10, Hansel 1 3 5, Shriver 1 0 2, Schuh 1 0 3, Hellmann 3 2 8, Gribben 1 4 6, Kellam 5 2 13, Baugh 1 0 3, Clemons 4 3 12, Rennekamp 1 0 2, Smith 3 3 9. Totals 23 18 73.

3-pointers: ND—Stallman 3, Schuh, Kellam, Baugh, Clemons. WV—Mills 3. JV: Notre Dame won.

NEWPORT 60, LOCKLAND (Ohio) 29 – Sophomore guard Kylie Orr rolled up 21 points to pace the Wildcats, including eight in the third quarter.

Newport sophomore forward Shaunye Stanley added 16 points, with seven coming in that frame.

LOCKLAND 8-3-12-6—29
at NEWPORT 15-13-18-14—60

LOCKLAND (1-7): Brown 0 2 2, Walker 4 6 16, Ibra 1 0 2, Darling 3 0 7, Davis 1 0 2. Totals 9 8 29.

NEWPORT (4-2): Yeager 0 3 3, Grey 1 0 2, Stanley 7 2 16, Hoeh 5 0 10, Hensley 0 1 1, Johnson 2 1 5, Lewis 1 0 2, Orr 9 2 21. Totals 25 9 60.

3-pointers: N—Orr. L—Walker 2, Darling. JV: Newport, 25-9.

CALVARY CHRISTIAN 62, SILVER GROVE 17 – Cougars senior guard Sarah Roaden set career highs in points (30) and steals (10).

Roaden, who played just 16 minutes, scored 13 points and stole the ball seven times in the first quarter.

Senior guard Dayne Merkley added 14 points and seven assists for Calvary Christian.

C. CHRISTIAN 23-9-22-8—62
at S. GROVE 3-9-0-5—17

CALVARY CHRISTIAN (3-3): Merkley 5 3 14, Roaden 12 1 30, Clemens 2 0 4, Emmerich 1 0 2, Trogdon 1 0 2, McCord 5 0 10. Totals 26 4 62.

SILVER GROVE (0-4): Henson 1 0 3, Smith 2 0 6, Gossett 1 0 2, Stamper 2 0 6. Totals 6 0 17.

3-pointers: CC—Roaden 5, Merkley. SG—Smith 2, Stamper 2, Henson.

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