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

Senior guard Abby Stadtmiler led all scorers with 23 points as Brossart beat Ryle, 67-58 on the opening night of Kentucky high school basketball Monday.

The Mustangs hit 14 of 15 free throws in the fourth quarter to seal it and hit 30 foul shots overall. Stadtmiller had eight of those.

Brossart senior guard Morgan Verst and sophomore forward Abby King added six shots each from the charity stripe. Verst finished with 11 points, and King chipped in with nine points and five rebounds off the bench.

BROSSART 15-17-11-24—67
at RYLE 13-14-12-19—58

BROSSART (1-0): Eisenman 1 1 3, Verst 2 6 11, Shannon 3 0 6, King 1 6 9, Schultz 1 2 4, Futscher 1 5 7, Stadtmiller 7 8 23, K. Young 1 2 4. Totals 17 30 67.

RYLE (0-1): Martin 2 0 6, Schultz 2 0 4, Storer 1 1 3, Jones 3 0 7, Lang 7 4 18, Stenvisky 5 0 10, Jump 5 0 10. Totals 25 5 58.

3-pointers: B—Verst, King, Stadtmiller. R—Martin 2, Jones. JV: Brossart won.

BEECHWOOD 72, DIXIE HEIGHTS 63 – Tigers freshman guard Ally Johnson racked up a game-best 30 points, hitting 8 of 8 free throw attempts in the fourth quarter to ice it.

Johnson knocked down three 3-pointers in the first quarter and tallied 13 points in the opening stanza.

Sophomore forward Macy Stuempel added 18 points for Beechwood and was 5-for-6 at the foul line in the fourth quarter, scoring nine points in that frame.

Junior center Liza Tibbs paced the Colonels with 25 points.

DIXIE HEIGHTS 7-24-14-18—63
at BEECHWOOD 19-13-15-25—72

DIXIE HEIGHTS (0-1): Brock 1 0 3, Odom 1 0 2, Neal 1 0 2, East 1 0 3, Koth 3 0 9, Tibbs 12 1 25, Strong 4 0 8, Diamon 2 7 11. Totals 25 8 63.

BEECHWOOD (1-0): Stuempel 6 6 18, Stokes 4 2 10, McGuire 0 2 2, Johnson 9 8 30, Gieske 3 4 10, Schwartz 1 0 2. Totals 23 22 72.

3-pointers: B—Johnson 4. D—Koth 3, Brock, East. JV: Dixie Heights won.

BOONE COUNTY 63, HOLMES 56 – Rebels senior guard Dallis Knotts scored 12 of her game-best 19 points in the second half, including a pair of treys.

Boone County was perfect on 10 free throw attempts in the fourth quarter to seal the game. Junior guard Alexis Switzer hit six, Knotts and junior guard Macey Ford knocked down two each.

Sophomore guard/forward Jynea Harris led the Bulldogs with 17 points.

HOLMES 14-10-16-16—56
at BOONE 16-16-12-19—63

HOLMES (0-1): Bright 1 0 2, Harris 6 4 17, Keith 1 0 2, Englemon 2 0 4, Stovall 2 3 7, Kilburn 2 7 11, Gulley 2 1 5, Brown 3 2 8. Totals 19 17 56.

BOONE COUNTY (1-0): Ford 1 2 4, McGarr 3 2 9, Foster 1 1 3, Switzer 3 9 15, Moore 2 0 5, Travis 0 2 2, Knotts 5 6 19, Courtney 1 1 3, Lankheit 0 3 3. Totals 16 26 63.

3-pointers: BC—Knotts 3, Moore, McGarr. H—Harris. JV: Boone County, 40-30.

SIMON KENTON 82, WILLIAMSTOWN 20 – Four Pioneers reached double figures in scoring.

Junior forward Maggie Bosse led all scorers with 15 points, and she added six rebounds, two blocks and five steals for Simon Kenton.

Pioneers senior guard Abby Owings tallied 13 points, three assists and four steals, senior forward Rachel Cox recorded 12 points and 13 rebounds – 12 offensive – and a pair of steals, and senior guard Makenzie Hester chipped in 11 points.

SIMON KENTON 23-28-19-12—82
at WILLIAMSTOWN 9-3-5-3—20

SIMON KENTON (1-0): Schmiade 0 3 3, Owings 5 1 13, Clark 1 0 2, Blau 0 4 4, Hester 4 1 11, Krohman 3 0 6, Gilliam 1 0 2, Cook 2 0 4, Cox 4 4 12, Bosse 7 1 15, Meier 2 2 6, Tomlin 1 2 4. Totals 30 18 82.

WILLIAMSTOWN (0-1): Harden 0 2 2, Kennedy 1 1 4, Montgomery 2 0 5, Marksberry 1 0 2, S. Souder 1 3 5, O. Souder 0 2 2. Totals 6 6 20.

3-pointers: SK—Owings 2, Hester 2. W—Kennedy, Montgomery. JV: Simon Kenton, 57-14.

SCOTT 69, LUDLOW 31 – Eighth-grade guard Ally Niece paced the Eagles with a game-high 22 points, 14 of which came in the first half and eight in the opening quarter.

Junior guard Megan Brennan finished with 14 points, with seven coming in the first period, and she hit two of Scott’s seven 3-pointers.

The Panthers were led by junior guard Tori Wofford’s 13 points.

SCOTT 25-21-15-8—69
at LUDLOW 2-14-9-6—31

SCOTT (1-0): Buntin 2 0 4, Dant 1 0 2, Wagner 2 1 6, Trimpe 0 3 3, Brennan 6 0 14, Niece 10 1 22, Clephane 2 0 5, Halilovic 1 0 2, Kallmeyer 2 0 5, Stapleton 2 1 6. Totals 28 6 69.

LUDLOW (0-1): Shworles 0 1 1, Crawford 0 1 1, Wofford 1 10 13, Young 3 1 7, Green-Murphy 2 1 5, J. Warndorf 1 0 2, H. Warndorf 1 0 2. Totals 8 14 31.

3-pointers: S—Brennan 2, Wagner, Niece, Clephane, Kallmeyer, Stapleton. L—Wofford. JV: Scott, 50-15.

NEWPORT CENTRAL CATHOLIC 81, DAYTON 20 – Senior forward Nikki Kiernan scored all 17 of her points during a 60-point Thoroughbreds first half.

Kiernan, who did not play after the break, netted six points in the first quarter and 11 in the second. She finished 7-for-9 from the field, grabbed nine rebounds and blocked two shots.

Junior forward Alexus Mayes added 13 points and four rebounds for NewCath, which had 12 players enter the scoring column.

NEWCATH 24-36-13-8—81
at DAYTON 11-5-4-0—20

NEWCATH (1-0): Davenport 1 1 3, Seibert 1 0 2, Lankheit 3 4 10, Ware 2 0 4, Lewis 2 4 8, Schack 2 0 4, Stuther 3 4 10, Zimmerman 1 0 2, Mayes 4 4 13, Kiernan 7 2 17, Neace 2 0 6, Daunt 1 0 2. Totals 29 19 81.

DAYTON (0-1): N. Schowalter 4 0 10, H. Schowalter 0 4 4, Watts 0 2 2, Kubala 0 2 2, Bressler 0 2 2. Totals 4 10 20.

3-pointers: NCC—Neace 2, Mayes, Kiernan. D—N. Schowalter 2. JV: NewCath won.

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