2/10 GBK: St. Henry holds off Newport

Neace's block shot helps seal the win

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

Junior center Savannah Neace blocked a shot in the final seconds as St. Henry held off Newport, 46-45 on Monday.

Down by one with 11.1 seconds remaining, the Wildcats inbounded the ball, but Neace’s rejection the ball out of bounds with 3.4 seconds to play.

Newport was unable to generate another shot before the buzzer.

Neace led the Crusaders in scoring with 12 points, six in the first quarter.

Wildcats sophomore guard Ash-Lynn Hensley posted a game-best 14 points.

ST. HENRY 13-11-16- 6—46
at NEWPORT 6-15-10-14—45

ST. HENRY (16-8): Youngwirth 0 1 1, Weber 2 1 6, Schreiber 2 1 5, McGinnis 1 1 3, Marks 4 0 8, Potts 2 0 4, Neace 6 0 12, Hentz 2 0 4, Lehmkuhl 1 1 3. Totals 20 5 46.

NEWPORT (16-7): Stanley 2 4 9, Hoeh 0 3 3, Hensley 3 7 14, Kilburn 1 0 2, Johnson 2 1 5, Orr 4 4 12. Totals 12 19 45.

3-pointers: SH—Weber. N—Stanley, Hensley. JV: St. Henry, 59-20.

DIXIE HEIGHTS 71, FRANKFORT 48 – Colonels junior center Liza Tibbs set a personal high with 41 points, and she pulled down 13 rebounds.

Tibbs rolled up 16 of her points in the first quarter.

She was 14-for-16 from the field and 13 of 14 on the foul line.

DIXIE HEIGHTS 22-14-19-16—71
at FRANKFORT 17-11- 9-11—48

DIXIE HEIGHTS (11-13): Odom 1 0 2, Koth 1 4 6, Brock 1 3 5, Tibbs 14 13 41, Davis 3 2 8, Strong 2 2 6, Diamon 1 1 3. Totals 23 25 71.

FRANKFORT (7-16): Morgan 6 1 13, Williams 1 0 2, Cunningham 4 6 15, Morton 3 1 7, G. Yocum 1 0 2, Turpin 1 0 2, Burbridge 2 3 7. Totals 18 11 47.

3-pointer: F—Cunningham. JV: Dixie Heights, 32-19.

RYLE 72, COOPER 48 – Senior guard Mackenzie Senvisky paced the Raiders with a team-high 17 points.

Senvisky scored six of her points in the first quarter as Ryle jumped out to an early 14-point lead. She also pulled down seven boards and dished for five assists.

Ryle sophomore guard Mallory Schwartz added 16 points, five rebounds and five steals.

Junior guard Kinley Zingsheim led the Jaguars with 12 points.

COOPER 8-14- 9-17—48
at RYLE 22-10-15-25—72

COOPER (12-10): Anderson 2 1 5, Held 1 2 4, Pittman 0 4 4, Maniacci 2 0 4, Brinneman 0 7 7, Tharp 0 3 3, Mitchell 1 0 2, Zingsheim 5 2 12, Ross 3 0 7. Totals 14 19 48.

RYLE (11-10): Martin 1 0 2, Williams 2 0 4, Pennington 2 0 4, Schwartz 5 4 16, Ast 1 0 2, Storer 3 1 7, Jones 3 2 9, Lange 3 1 7, Carothers 1 0 2, Senvisky 6 5 17, Jump 1 0 2. Totals 28 13 72.

3-pointers: R—Schwartz 2, Jones. C—Ross. JV: Cooper, 38-30.

SIMON KENTON 69, CAMPBELL COUNTY 46 – Freshman center Madison Meier posted 15 points and eight rebounds, including six points in the first quarter, as the Pioneers won their ninth straight game.

Senior guard Abby Owings racked up eight second-quarter points to help Simon Kenton open a 12-point halftime lead. She finished with 13 points, six assists and four steals.

Eighth-grade guard Taylor Clos paced the Camels with 11 points.

S. KENTON 16-18-23-12—69
at CAMPBELL 13- 9-11-13—46

SIMON KENTON (22-3): Schmiade 2 0 5, Owings 4 3 13, Jones 1 0 2, Clark 0 1 1, Blau 0 2 2, Hester 4 0 10, Cook 2 2 6, Cox 0 3 3, Bosse 2 0 4, Meier 7 1 15, Tomlin 3 2 8. Totals 25 14 69.

CAMPBELL COUNTY (8-14): Kramer 2 2 7, Mergard 0 1 1, Gray 3 2 8, M. Schwarber 1 1 3, Clos 5 0 11, Jolly 3 1 8, H. Schwarber 0 2 2, Machal 2 2 6. Totals 16 11 46.

3-pointers: SK—Owings 2, Hester 2, Schmiade. CC—Kramer, Clos, Jolly. JV: Simon Kenton won.

BEECHWOOD 52, LLOYD 33 – Freshman guard Allison Johnson racked up 11 points in the first half as the Tigers took a 23-point lead into the locker room.

Johnson led Beechwood in scoring with 14 points, including four 3-pointers.

Juggernauts freshman guard Devin Cheatum notched a game-high 17 points, with 13 coming after the break.

BEECHWOOD 17-15-13- 7—52
at LLOYD 4- 5-11-13—33

BEECHWOOD (11-10): Schilling 2 2 7, Stuempel 3 1 7, O. Stokes 2 1 6, K. Stokes 3 0 6, Johnson 4 2 14, Barry 1 0 2, Gieske 2 2 6, Schwartz 2 0 4. Totals 19 8 52.

LLOYD (7-12): Brown 2 2 6, Cheatum 6 4 17, Gentry 3 1 7, Webster 1 1 3. Totals 12 8 33.

3-pointers: B—Johnson 4, O. Stokes, Schilling. L—Cheatum. JV: Beechwood, 33-16.

VILLA MADONNA 50, SILVER GROVE 14 – Senior guard Alex Hengge scored 10 of her game-best 14 points in the second quarter to help the Blue Lightning break it open.

Sophomore forward Lexie Aytes added 11 points, six rebounds, five steals and four assists and sophomore forward Sarah Ernst grabbed nine boards and dished for a pair of assists in the Villa Madonna win.

V.MADONNA 8-18-11-13—50
at S. GROVE 4- 6- 2- 2—14

VILLA MADONNA (12-10): Perry 1 0 2, Hengge 6 1 14, Aytes 4 2 11, Newman 3 0 7, Junker 0 1 1, Ernst 1 1 3, Blom 3 0 6, Trusty 3 0 6. Totals 21 5 50.

SILVER GROVE (0-16): Smith 1 0 3, Gossett 1 1 3, Stamper 2 0 6, Iles 1 0 2. Totals 5 1 14.

3-pointers: VM—Hengge, Aytes, Newman. SG—Stamper 2, Smith.

SCOTT 61, PENDLETON COUNTY 16 – Eighth-grade guard Alexis Stapleton led 10 Eagles scorers with 14 points – eight in the first quarter and the rest in the second.

Junior forward Jenna Trimpe hit a pair of her four 3-pointers in the second stanza and finished

with 12 points as four Scott players reached double digits in scoring.

PENDLETON 4- 2- 2- 8—16
at SCOTT 26-20-11- 4—61

PENDLETON COUNTY (1-12): Secrist 1 0 2, Hall 2 1 5, Wyatt 2 1 6, Purdy 1 1 3. Totals 6 3 16.

SCOTT (13-9): Buntin 1 0 2, Dant 0 1 1, Wagner 1 0 2, Trimpe 4 0 12, Niece 3 4 10, Clephane 2 0 4, Davis 2 0 4, Halilovic 1 0 2, Kallmeyer 3 4 10, Stapleton 7 0 14. Totals 24 9 61.

3-pointers: S—Trimpe 4. PC—Wyatt. JV: Scott, 43-33.

DAYTON 70, HERITAGE 31 – Junior guard Sadie Boles rolled up a season-best 25 points for the Greendevils.

Boles netted 17 points in the first half for Dayton, which had 12 players enter the scoring column.

HERITAGE 7- 9-10- 5—31
at DAYTON 14-18-26-12—70

HERITAGE (3-14): Forman 2 0 4, Mak. Cain 2 0 4, Mullins 2 1 5, Berkemeier 1 3 5, Mar. Cain 2 1 5, Worley 0 1 1, Schwartz 0 7 7. Totals 9 13 31.

DAYTON (4-14): N. Schowalter 3 0 6, Albers 1 0 2, Johnson 1 0 3, Boles 9 1 25, Nellis 2 0 4, H. Schowalter 2 0 4, Trimnell 1 0 2, Watts 3 0 6, Kubala 2 3 7, K. Donelan 2 0 4, A. Donelan 2 0 4, Bressler 1 1 3. Totals 29 5 70.

3-pointers: D—Boles 6, Johnson. JV: Dayton won.
 

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