2/11 GBK: Notre Dame beats Cooper

Smith scores 13 in Pandas' win

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

Notre Dame beat its former coach on Tuesday.

Senior guard Carlee Clemons scored nine points during the Pandas’ 20-6 run in the fourth quarter to help ice their 59-42 win over Cooper in Park Hills.

It was the first time these teams had met since Nicole Levandusky took over the reins at Cooper prior to this season.

Junior forward Haylee Smith led Notre Dame with 13 points, and Clemons and junior guard Sydney Stallman added 11 each as the Pandas improved to 8-1 in their last nine games.

COOPER 4-17-15- 6—42
at NDA 12-11-16-20—59

COOPER (12-11): Anderson 3 1 7, Held 3 0 6, Pittman 3 2 10, Maniacci 1 0 2, Brinneman 1 4 7, Zingsheim 1 4 6, Ross 1 1 4. Totals 13 12 42.

NOTRE DAME (15-7): Stallman 4 0 11, Ogle 3 2 9, Hellmann 1 3 5, Kellam 3 2 8, Henderson 1 0 2, Clemons 4 2 11, Smith 6 1 13. Totals 22 10 59.

3-pointers: ND—Stallman 3, Ogle, Clemons. C—Pittman 2, Brinneman, Ross. JV: Cooper, 40-38.

LUDLOW 61, SILVER GROVE 23 – Junior guard Tori Wofford recorded a triple-double, rolling up 17 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists in the Panthers’ win.

Freshman center Haley Warndorf also scored 17 points for Ludlow, and she pulled down 13 boards.

LUDLOW 18-12-22- 9—61
at S.GROVE 3-13- 2- 5—23

LUDLOW (6-15): Crawford 3 1 7, Wofford 7 0 17, Wyrick 1 1 3, Everman 1 0 2, Green-Murphy 5 1 11, K. Warndorf 2 0 4, H. Warndorf 8 1 17. Totals 27 4 61.

SILVER GROVE (0-17): Henson 1 0 2, Smith 3 1 8, Stamper 3 3 11, Iles 1 0 2. Totals 8 4 23.

3-pointers: L—Wofford 3. SG—Stamper 2, Smith.

HIGHLANDS 51, BROSSART 45 – Bluebirds junior guard/forward Lydia Graves hit three free throws in the final 19 seconds to put the game away.

Graves finished with game highs in points (23) and rebounds (11). Sophomore guard Haley Coffey chipped in 10 points for the Bluebirds.

Senior center Sarah Futscher led the Mustangs in scoring with 16 points.

HIGHLANDS 14- 9-18-10—51
at BROSSART 8- 8-17-12—45 

HIGHLANDS (19-5): Adler 1 3 5, Barth 0 2 2, Coffey 4 2 10, Graves 8 3 23, Leigh 1 1 4, Combs 3 1 7. Totals 17 12 51.

BROSSART (17-4): Eisenman 1 0 2, Verst 2 3 8, Shannon 2 0 4, Schultz 2 0 5, Futscher 6 3 16, Stadtmiller 2 3 8, Young 1 0 2. Totals 16 10 45.

3-pointers: H—Graves 4, Leigh. B—Verst, Futscher, Stadtmiller.

CONNER 38, RYLE 34 – Senior forward Madi Meyers scored over half of her team’s points, netting 20 for the game in the Cougars’ win.

Meyers finished 10-for-13 from the foul line and was the only Conner player to score more than four points.

Sophomore forward Carly Lange paced the Raiders with 11 points.

This was the final game in District 33 play, and these teams will face each other in the first round of the district tournament in two weeks. Cooper will face Boone County in the other semifinal.

CONNER 9-18- 8- 3—38
at RYLE 7- 4-14- 9—34

CONNER (13-12): Boelter 1 0 3, Maines 1 1 3, Meyers 5 10 20, Vest 0 2 2, Hendricks 1 1 3, Gambrel 1 2 4, Frye 1 1 3. Totals 10 17 38.

RYLE (11-11): Martin 2 0 5, Pennington 0 3 3, Schwartz 2 0 4, Stover 2 1 5, Jones 1 0 2, Lange 3 5 11, Senvisky 1 2 4. Totals 11 11 34.

3-pointers: C—Boelter. R—Martin. JV: Conner, 43-30.

CAMPBELL COUNTY 64, BOURBON COUNTY 53 – Sophomore guards Kylie Kramer and Taylor Jolly racked up 16 points each in the Camels’ win.

Kramer scored six in the first quarter as Campbell County jumped out to an 11-point lead.

Junior guard Carson Gray also reached double figures for the Camels, scoring 12 including eight in the opening period and both of her 3-pointers.

CAMPBELL 23-13-17-11—64
at BOURBON 12-13-10-18—53

CAMPBELL COUNTY (9-14): Kramer 7 2 16, Mergard 1 4 7, Gray 5 0 12, Clos 4 0 9, Jolly 6 3 15, Deutsch 0 3 3, Machal 0 1 1. Totals 23 13 64.

BOURBON COUNTY (8-11): Yazell 4 2 12, Rankin 0 2 2, Stamper 1 0 2, Sims 10 6 26, Arnold 3 0 7, Mason 2 0 4. Totals 20 10 53.

3-pointers: CC—Gray 2, Mergard, Clos, Jolly. BC—Yazell 2, Arnold. JV: Campbell County, 64-13.

BELLEVUE 60, CALVARY CHRISTIAN 44 – Sophomore guard Makayla Bishop notched 25 points and eight rebounds for the Tigers.

Bishop finished 6 of 8 from the foul line and scored nine of her points in the fourth quarter to help seal it.

Sophomore forward Kyra Ross added 12 points for Bellevue.

CALVARY 8- 4-19-13—44
at BELLE. 11-15-15-19—60 

CALVARY CHRISTIAN (9-10): Merkley 3 2 9, Roaden 6 2 18, Emmerich 5 0 12, McCord 1 1 3, Herald 1 0 2. Totals 16 5 44.

BELLEVUE (11-11): Buckler 3 3 9, R. Atwood 3 1 7, Bishop 9 6 25, Schmits 2 3 7, Ross 4 4 12. Totals 21 17 60.

3-pointers: B—Bishop. CC—Roaden 3, Emmerich 2, Merkley.

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