1/4 GBK: Holy Cross tops Holmes on late FTs

McClendon foul shots key Indians' win

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

Sophomore point guard Dajah McClendon hit a pair of free throws with 15 seconds remaining to lift Holy Cross to a 36-34 win over Holmes on Saturday.

Junior forward Ally Mayhaus led all scorers with 12 points, and she grabbed 18 rebounds as the Indians won their fifth straight game. McClendon tallied 11 points.

Sophomore guard Jynea Harris paced the Bulldogs with 11 points.

HOLMES 6-11-9-8—34
at H.CROSS 4-7-15-10—36

HOLMES (4-5): Harris 5 1 11, Parker 1 1 3, Englemon 1 2 4, Stovall 1 0 2, Kilburn 2 4 8, Sheets 1 0 2, Gulley 2 0 4. Totals 13 8 34.

HOLY CROSS (9-3): McClendon 3 4 11, Hungler 1 0 2, Gabbard 1 0 2, Riep 1 1 4, Tucker 2 0 5, A. Mayhaus 5 2 12. Totals 13 7 36.

3-pointers: HC—McClendon, Riep, Tucker. JV: Holy Cross won.

WALTON-VERONA 58, GRANT COUNTY 54 – Sophomore guard Olivia Dezarn hit the go-ahead layup with 12 seconds remaining.

Dezarn scored off a feed from senior guard Shelby Mullikin to make it 56-54.

Sophomore guard Morgan Simpson drained a pair of free throws with 1.5 seconds remaining to seal it.

Sophomore forward Hailey Ison rolled up 23 points and a career-high 19 rebounds for the Bearcats.

WALTON 16-17-11-14—58
at GRANT 17-10-15-12—54

WALTON-VERONA (5-7): Dezarn 1 4 6, Mills 4 1 12, Mullikin 2 4 8, Ison 5 13 23, Rodgers 1 0 2, Simpson 2 3 7. Totals 15 25 58.

GRANT COUNTY (2-9): Burk 2 2 6, Wright 3 4 11, Allen 1 0 2, Harmeyer 4 2 10, Kearns 2 1 7, Chaidez 5 5 15, Ruebusch 0 1 1, McCoy 1 0 2. Totals 18 15 54.

3-pointers: WV—Mills 3. GC—Kearns 2, Wright. JV: Grant County won.

BELLEVUE 62, CARROLL COUNTY 54 – Sophomore guard Makayla Bishop scored 11 points in the fourth quarter as the Tigers rallied from a five-point deficit in the final period.

Bishop posted a game-best 22 points, and she also dished for four assists and had four steals.

Sophomore guard Kira Ross added 17 points, seven rebounds and four assists for Bellevue, which has won three of its last four.

CARROLL CO. 15-6-22-11—54
at BELLEVUE 11-14-13-24—62

CARROLL COUNTY (2-9): Moore 6 2 14, Williamson 3 3 10, Kindoll 0 2 2, Amick 0 1 1, Roberts 1 0 2, McIntyre 1 2 4, Groseclose 7 4 21. Totals 18 13 54.

BELLEVUE (5-5): Buckler 1 0 2, R. Atwood 2 3 7, Bishop 7 6 22, Schmits 4 2 10, Ross 6 4 17, B. Maehren 0 4 4. Totals 20 19 62.

3-pointers: B—Bishop 2, Ross. CC—Groseclose 3, Williamson. JV: Carroll County won.

COOPER 43, LOUISVILLE ASSUMPTION 35 – Eighth-grade guard Lexi Held scored all eight of her points in the fourth quarter to help the Jaguars hang on for the win.

Held was 4-for-5 on her free throw attempts late to seal it.

Senior forward Grace Maniacci led Cooper in scoring with 10 points.

ASSUMPTION 8-5-6-16—35
at COOPER 8-11-7-17—43

ASSUMPTION (5-7): Deeley 0 1 1, K. Monaghan 0 1 1, L. Monaghan 0 1 1, Janes 5 6 17, Kiesler 6 0 12, Steinmetz 1 0 3. Totals 12 9 35.

COOPER (7-4): Anderson 0 1 1, Held 2 4 8, Pittman 2 3 8, Maniacci 4 2 10, Brinneman 2 1 6, Zingsheim 2 0 4, Ross 1 0 3, Arnett 1 0 3. Totals 14 11 43.

3-pointers: C—Pittman, Brinneman, Ross, Arnett. A—Janes, Steinmetz. JV: Assumption, 36-35.

HIGHLANDS 60, GREEN COUNTY 50 – Bluebirds sophomore guard Brianna Adler hit 5 of 7 attempts from behind the arc, leading all scorers with 22 points.

Sophomore guard Haley Coffey added 15 points, six rebounds, four steals and three assists for Highlands, which has won 10 of its last 11.

GREEN CO. 11-11-14-14—50
at HIGHLANDS 10-16-16-18—60

GREEN COUNTY (5-5): Schrembs 5 1 12, Bale 6 0 15, Scott 0 3 3, Houk 4 0 8, Judd 2 0 4, Perian 4 0 8. Totals 21 4 50.

HIGHLANDS (10-2): Adler 8 1 22, Barth 2 0 5, Coffey 5 5 15, Graves 4 0 8, Leigh 3 0 6, Combs 2 0 4. Totals 24 6 60.

3-pointers: H—Adler 5, Barth. GC—Bale 3, Schrembs.

CALVARY CHRISTIAN 54, LUDLOW 42 – The Cougars trailed by two at halftime, but Calvary Christian senior guard Hayley Emmerich scored 18 of her team’s 33 points after the break.

Emmerich finished with 22 points, but senior guard Sarah Roaden led the Cougars with 26 points.

Roaden hit three 3-pointers in the second quarter, tallying 10 in that stanza. Only three Calvary Christian players recorded points.

Junior guard Tori Wofford led the Panthers with 16 points.

CALVARY 9-12-17-16—54
at LUDLOW 10-13-7-12—42

CALVARY CHRISTIAN (5-3): Merkley 1 4 6, Roaden 7 9 26, Emmerich 7 4 22. Totals 15 17 54.

LUDLOW (2-9): Crawford 1 0 2, Wofford 6 4 17, Hussien 2 0 4, Green-Murphy 2 2 6, K. Warndorf 1 0 2, H. Warndorf 5 1 11. Totals 17 7 42.

3-pointers: CC—Emmerich 4, Roaden 3. L—Wofford.

NEWPORT CENTRAL CATHOLIC 78, LLOYD 39 – Senior forward Stephanie Lewis rolled up a season-high 16 points to pace the Thoroughbreds.

Junior guard Sarah Neace set a career mark with 12 points, and senior forward Nikki Kiernan finished with 11.

LLOYD 10-12-7-10—39
at NCC 24-23-17-14—78

LLOYD (4-4): Binkley 1 0 3, Cheatum 3 3 11, Jouette 2 0 5, Gentry 2 0 4, Thompson 1 0 2, Sheppard 2 6 10, Stagge 2 0 4. Totals 13 9 39.

NEWCATH (11-1): Davenport 3 0 6, Seibert 2 0 4, Ware 3 0 6, Lewis 7 0 16, Schack 1 1 3, Zimmerman 2 0 5, Mayes 4 0 10,

Kiernan 4 2 11, Neace 5 0 12, Daunt 2 0 5. Totals 33 3 78.

3-pointers: NCC—Lewis 2, Mayes 2, Neace 2, Zimmerman, Kiernan, Daunt. L—Cheatum 2, Binkley, Jouette. JV: NewCath, 40-17.

SIMON KENTON 64, LOUISVILLE SENECA 11 – Junior forward Maggi Bosse led 13 Pioneers scorers with 12 points, and she added two steals and drew a pair of charges.

Simon Kenton freshman center Madi Meier, making her second varsity start, grabbed five rebounds and scored four points in eight minutes.

Senior center Kaitlyn Webb grabbed 12 rebounds and blocked four shots for the Pioneers, who allowed just two points in the first half.

S. KENTON 28-16-14-6—64
at SENECA 1-1-7-2—11

SIMON KENTON (13-2): Schmiade 2 0 4, Owings 4 0 8, Jones 1 1 3, Blau 0 2 2, Hester 1 2 4, Krohman 1 1 3, Gilliam 3 2 8, Cook 1 1 4, Cox 2 2 6, Bosse 5 2 12, Meier 2 0 4, Tomlin 0 2 2, Webb 2 0 4. Totals 24 15 64.

SENECA (1-7): Young 0 2 2, Gordon 1 0 2, Jones 1 0 3, Moore 1 0 2, Webster 0 1 1, Fant 0 1 1. Totals 3 4 11.

3-pointers: SK—Cook. SE—Jones. JV: Simon Kenton, 33-14.
 

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