2/17 GBK: Notre Dame beat Beechwood in OT

Kellam scores all 7 extra-session points

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

Notre Dame and Beechwood combined for seven points in overtime on Monday.

Pandas senior guard Paige Kellam scored them all as Notre Dame won its fifth straight game, edging the Tigers, 39-32.

Kellam hit a field goal and knocked down 5 of 6 foul shots in the extra session while the Notre Dame defense held Beechwood scoreless.

Kellam finished with 15 points, and junior guard Sydney Stallman added 10, including both of the Pandas’ 3-pointers.

Sophomore guard Macy Stuempel led the Tigers with 12 points.

NOTRE DAME 9-8-7-8-7—39
at BEECHWOOD 8-8-5-11-0—32

NOTRE DAME (17-7): Stallman 4 0 10, Ogle 2 1 5, Hellmann 0 1 1, Kellam 4 7 15, Clemons 1 4 6, Smith 1 0 2. Totals 12 13 39.

BEECHWOOD (12-11): Schilling 5 0 10, Stuempel 5 1 12, Barry 1 0 3, Gieske 2 3 7. Totals 13 4 32.

3-pointers: ND—Stallman 2. B—Stuempel, Barry. JV: Notre Dame won.

BELLEVUE 50, LUDLOW 42 – Sophomore guard Makayla Bishop notched 25 points and eight steals in the Tigers’ win.

Bellevue hit 11 free throws in the fourth quarter to put the game away including three by freshman guard Lindie Murphy.

Junior forward Tori Wofford paced the Panthers with 21 points.

LUDLOW 7- 9-13-13—42
at BELLE. 14- 9-12-15—50

LUDLOW (7-15): Wofford 8 1 21, Green-Murphy 4 4 13, K. Warndorf 1 0 2, H. Warndorf 1 0 2. Totals 15 7 42.

BELLEVUE (13-12): R. Atwood 2 3 7, Bishop 10 4 25, Smith 0 1 1, Murphy 0 5 5, Ross 2 4 9, Maehren 1 1 3. Totals 15 18 50.

3-pointers: B—Bishop, Ross. L—Wofford 4, Green-Murphy. JV: Ludlow, 42-36.

HIGHLANDS 51, BRACKEN COUNTY 40 – Junior guard/forward Alex Combs recorded 13 points, three assists and three steals for the Bluebirds.

Sophomore forward McKenzie Leigh added 10 points and 12 rebounds as Highlands shot 23 of 29 (79 percent) from the foul line.

HIGHLANDS 14- 7-11-19—51
at BRACKEN 8- 6- 8-18—40

HIGHLANDS (20-5): Adler 2 3 7, Blanton 0 2 2, Barth 1 0 3, Coffey 1 3 5, Graves 1 7 9, Clukey 1 0 2, Leigh 3 4 10, Combs 4 4 13. Totals 13 23 51.

BRACKEN COUNTY (14-6): Woods 0 2 2, Conley 2 0 4, Bell 0 1 1, Jefferson 2 0 4, Willis 5 6 16, Cummins 4 4 13. Totals 13 13 40.

3-pointers: H—Barth, Combs. BC—Cummins.

SCOTT 58, HARRISON COUNTY 47 – Sophomore guard Holly Kallmeyer poured in a team-best 14 points for the Eagles, including 10 in the second half.

Eighth-grade guard Ally Niece added 12 points for Scott.

SCOTT 14- 9-16-19—58
at HARR. 4- 9-14-20—47

SCOTT (15-11): Buntin 1 5 7, Dant 0 1 1, Trimpe 1 2 5, Meyer 4 0 9, Niece 3 6 12, Clephane 1 1 3, Kallmeyer 6 2 14, Stapleton 1 4 7. Totals 17 21 58.

HARRISON COUNTY (10-16): Doram 10 4 24, Ingram 2 0 6, Philpott 7 0 15, Kellione 1 0 2. Totals 20 4 47.

3-pointers: S—Trimpe, Meyer, Stapleton. HC—Ingram 2, Philpott. JV: Scott, 51-35.

LLOYD 54, CALVARY CHRISTIAN 41 – Freshman guard Devin Cheatum rolled up a career-best 32 points for the Juggernauts.

Cheatum was 13-for-14 from the free throw line, and also pulled down nine rebounds.

Lloyd junior guard Jordan Gentry ended the night with 13 points and eight boards.

CALVARY 9-10-14- 8—41
at LLOYD 8-12-14-20—54

CALVARY CHRISTIAN (9-12): Merkley 6 3 18, Roaden 2 4 8, Emmerich 4 0 11, Trogdon 1 0 2, McCord 1 0 2. Totals 14 7 41.

LLOYD (9-14): Binkley 1 0 2, Cheatum 9 13 32, Westwood 0 1 1, Gentry 4 5 13, Sheppard 1 0 2, Webster 2 0 4. Totals 17 19 54.

3-pointers: L—Cheatum. CC—Merkley 3, Emmerich 2. JV: Lloyd, 25-13.

VILLA MADONNA 44, CARROLL COUNTY 34 – Sophomore forward Lexie Aytes hit four fourth-quarter free throws to help the Blue Lightning seal the win.

Villa Madonna senior guard Alex Hengge hit three foul shots in the final frame. She hit three treys in the first half and led all scorers with 15 points.

Sophomore forward Sarah Ernst grabbed 11 rebounds for the Blue Lightning, who scored all nine of their points in the last stanza on the foul line.

V. MADONNA 16-10- 9- 9—44
at CARROLL 7-10-10- 7—34

VILLA MADONNA (13-11): Hengge 4 3 15, Aytes 1 8 10, Junker 4 3 12, Ernst 0 3 3, Blom 0 2 2, Trusty 1 0 2. Totals 10 19 44.

CARROLL COUNTY (6-15): Richmond 0 1 1, Moore 5 1 11, Williamson 2 2 7, Kindoll 1 2 5, Burgin 1 0 2, Groseclose 2 3 8. Totals 11 9 34.

3-pointers: VM—Hengge 4, Junker. CC—Williamson, Kindoll, Groseclose. JV: Carroll County, 28-18.

SIMON KENTON VS. HOLY CROSS, SUSPENDED – The game was halted with 1:52 left in the third quarter because water was leaking in from the Pioneers’ roof and onto the court.

Simon Kenton was leading, 33-27 at the time. It’s unclear whether the game will be resumed later this week.

WALTON-VERONA 65, OWEN COUNTY 20 – Sophomores forward Hailey Ison and guard Morgan Simpson combined for 29 first-half points in the Bearcats’ win.

Ison finished with 16 in the first two quarters and 18 overall. Simpson ended the first half with 13 points as Walton-Verona took a 42-10 lead into the break, and she recorded 15 points total.

OWEN COUNTY 3- 7- 5- 5—20
at W. VERONA 18-24-13-10—65

OWEN COUNTY (0-20): Gravely 4 1 9, Gamble 1 1 3, Miller 1 1 4, Farrar 1 0 2, Ashby 0 2 2. Totals 7 5 20.

WALTON-VERONA (15-11): Cox 1 0 2, DeZarn 2 0 4, Mills 4 2 11, Mullikin 1 0 2, Ginn 2 0 5, Ison 6 4 18, Rodgers 1 0 3, Simpson 6 2 15, Kinmon 1 0 2, Dixon 0 3 3. Totals 24 11 65.

3-pointers: WV—Ison 2, Mills, Ginn, Rodgers, Simpson. OC—Miller. JV: Walton-Verona, 55-25.

NEWPORT 68, SILVER GROVE 37 – Wildcats sophomore forward Kylie Orr led 11 Wildcats scorers with 12 points and 15 rebounds.

Sophomore guard Star Yeager added 10 points for Newport, including six during a second quarter that saw the Wildcats extended their lead to 16 by halftime.

S. GROVE 12- 8- 6-11—37
at NEWPORT 18-18-15-17—68

SILVER GROVE (0-20): Henson 1 0 3, Garza 2 0 4, Smith 4 0 12, Stamper 6 0 18. Totals 13 0 37.

NEWPORT (18-8): Yeager 4 1 10, Gray 2 0 4, Stanley 2 1 5, Hensley 2 1 5, Kilburn 4 0 8, Johnson 1 1 3, Lewis 3 2 8, Orr 5 0 12, Smith 1 0 2, Tyndall 2 1 5, Beal 3 0 6. Totals 29 7 68.

3-pointers: N—Orr 2, Yeager. SG—Stamper 6, Smith 4, Henson.
 

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