1/28 GBK: Dixie wins on Strong fourth

Colonels run off 7 straight to open final frame

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

Trailing by one after three quarter, Dixie Heights opened the final stanza with a 7-0 run and never relinquished the lead in a 50-46 win over Lloyd on Tuesday.

Senior forward Alexis Strong tallied seven points in the fourth quarter and junior center Liza Tibbs rolled up six in that frame. Tibbs led all scorers with 19 points and Strong added 11.

Freshman guard Devin Cheatum paced the Juggernauts with 14 points.

LLOYD 11- 7-18-10—46
at DIXIE 9- 9-17-15—50

LLOYD (7-8): Brown 0 1 1, Cheatum 7 1 17, Gentry 4 5 14, Sheppard 1 0 2, Thompson 2 0 4, Stagge 4 0 8. Totals 18 7 46.

DIXIE HEIGHTS (8-12): Odom 1 1 3, East 1 0 3, Koth 2 1 7, Brock 2 3 7, Tibbs 8 3 18, Strong 4 2 11. Totals 18 10 50.

3-pointers: DH—Koth 2, East, Strong. L—Cheatum 2, Gentry.

ST. HENRY 72, COOPER 62 – Junior center Savannah Neace, freshman Paige Noble and junior guard Jordan Miller all tallied 13 points for the Crusaders.

Neace also pulled down 11 rebounds, and senior forward Trisha Marks also grabbed 11 boards for St. Henry.

COOPER 13-16-14-19—62
at ST.HENRY 18-23-10-21—72

COOPER (9-8): Anderson 4 7 15, Held 6 6 18, Pittman 1 4 6, Maniacci 3 1 7, Brinneman 2 2 6, Zingsheim 3 4 10. Totals 19 24 62.

ST. HENRY (13-5): Weber 1 2 5, McGinnis 3 2 8, Miller 3 6 13, Marks 4 1 9, Neace 4 5 13, Noble 6 0 13, Hentz 1 4 6, Lehmkuhl 2 1 5. Totals 24 21 72.

3-pointers: SH—Weber, Miller, Noble. JV: Campbell County, 48-36.

RYLE 65, SCOTT 53 – Sophomore forward Carly Lange scored seven second-quarter points as the Raiders pulled away in that frame with a 19-0 run.

Sophomore guard Mallory Schwartz added five points in that period.

Lange equaled a game high with 16 points, and she grabbed eight rebounds. Sophomore guard Madison Jones tallied 14 points, and Schwatz chipped in 10 points, eight boards and five assists.

Senior forward Rachael Storer led Ryle in rebounds with 11.

Eagles junior guard Jenna Trimpe also scored 16 points.

SCOTT 17- 3-17-16—53
at RYLE 18-23- 9-15—65

SCOTT (11-6): Buntin 2 3 7, Trimpe 5 2 16, Meyer 0 3 3, Niece 3 9 15, Kallmeyer 2 1 6, Stapleton 2 0 6. Totals 14 18 53.

RYLE (9-7): Martin 3 0 7, Schwartz 4 0 10, Storer 2 1 5, Jones 6 0 14, Lange 6 3 16, Senvisky 3 1 7, Jump 3 0 6. Totals 27 5 65.

3-pointers: R—Schwartz 2, Jones 2, Martin, Lange. S—Trimpe 4, Stapleton 2, Kallmeyer. JV: Scott, 30-24.

NOTRE DAME 62, CAMPBELL COUNTY 36 – Senior guard Carlee Clemons rolled up a team-best 11 points for the Pandas, who had 11 players enter the scoring column.

Senior forward Elly Ogle chipped in nine points as Notre Dame won its fifth straight game.

Camels sophomore guard Kylie Kramer poured in a game-best 19 points.

CAMPBELL 7-10-10- 9—36
at N. DAME 16-15-15-16—62

CAMPBELL COUNTY (5-13): Kramer 8 2 19, Gray 1 0 2, Clos 1 0 2, Jolly 3 0 7, Schwarber 1 0 2, Graff 0 2 2, Machal 1 0 2. Totals 15 4 36.

NOTRE DAME (12-6): Stallman 3 0 8, Ogle 4 1 9, Shriver 1 0 2, Hellmann 1 4 6, Gribben 0 1 1, Kellam 4 0 8, Henderson 2 0 4, Baugh 2 0 4, Clemons 5 0 11, Rennekamp 0 1 1, Smith 3 2 8. Totals 25 9 62.

3-pointers: ND—Stallman 2, Clemons. CC—Jolly, Kramer. JV: Campbell County won.

AUGUSTA 61, PENDLETON COUNTY 47 – Junior Jerica Kelsch scored 30 points, including nine in the second quarter, and pulled down 22 rebounds for the Panthers.

The Wildcats were led by eighth-grade Madison Wyatt’s 14 points.

AUGUSTA 13-10-17-21—61
at PENDLETON 6-17-11-13—47 

AUGUSTA (11-6): Whiteman 1 3 5, Wiseman 3 1 9, Kelsch 10 8 30, McCord 2 6 10, Plummer 1 0 3, Garrett 2 0 4. Totals 19 18 61.

PENDLETON COUNTY (1-10): Secrist 2 1 5, Hall 3 0 6, Wyatt 4 4 14, Purdy 4 2 10, Blackaby 3 0 6, Askren 3 0 6. Totals 19 7 47.

3-pointers: A—Kelsch 2, Wiseman 2, Plummer. PC—Wyatt 2.

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