2/18 BBK: Stickback lifts Holmes over Conner

Glover hits field goal at buzzer

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

Senior guard/forward Daequan Glover hit a stickback at the buzzer to lift Holmes to a 55-54 win over Conner on Tuesday.

The Bulldogs inbounded the ball with 6.7 seconds left, and junior guard James Bolden put up a shot that missed its mark, but Glover grabbed the rebound and put it back up and in as time expired.

Bolden finished with 16 points, and senior forward Quinton Chames tallied 12.

Senior Landon Lamblez led the Cougars with 22 points.

HOLMES 14-17-10-14—55
at CONNER 16-10-15-13—54

HOLMES (22-5): Bolden 6 1 16, Chames 4 4 12, McClendon 4 0 11, Glover 4 0 8, Hill 3 0 6, Arnold 1 0 2. Totals 22 5 55.

CONNER (10-12): Lamblez 8 6 22, Hemmerich 3 1 9, Watts 3 0 7, Scott 1 4 7, Ruholt 2 0 5, Way 1 2 4. Totals 18 13 54.

3-pointers: H—Bolden 3, McClendon 3. C—Hemmerich 2, Ruholt, Scott, Watts. JV: Holmes won.

NEWPORT CENTRAL CATHOLIC 45, LOUISVILLE TRINITY 44 – Junior center Drew McDonald hit 1 of 2 free throws with four seconds remaining to win the game.

McDonald led the Thoroughbreds with 14 points, and senior center Jake Schulte tallied 11.

NEWCATH 8-10-11-16—45
at TRINITY 7-10- 9-18—44

NEWCATH (25-3): Pangallo 1 0 2, G. Moeves 2 2 7, T. Moeves 3 0 8, Schulte 5 1 11, McDonald 5 3 14, Weyer 1 1 3. Totals 17 7 45.

TRINITY (23-5): Ivory 7 0 15, Levitch 0 1 1, Ramser 2 1 6, Knight 1 0 2, Stafford 1 0 2, Owens 4 1 10, Spalding 4 0 8. Totals 19 3 44.

3-pointers: NCC—T. Moeves 2, G. Moeves, McDonald. T—Ramser, Ivory, Owens. JV: Trinity won.

COVINGTON CATHOLIC 83, SIMON KENTON 75 – Senior guard Nick Ruthsatz finished with 32 points, six assists and five rebounds in the Colonels’ win.

Freshman guard Cole VonHandorf hit a pair of free throws with 2:15 remaining to put CovCath ahead for good, 72-70 after a jumper by Pioneers junior forward Matt Mullins tied it 25 seconds earlier.

Ruthsatz scored 19 of his points in the second half – 11 in the third quarter and eight more in the fourth. VonHandorf, who finished with 14 points, scored eight in the final period, hit all six of his foul shots in that stanza and ended the game with five assists.

Simon Kenton senior forward Taylor Morrison matched Ruthsatz in scoring with 32 points, 12 of which came in the first quarter. Mullins added 21.

The Colonels shot 62.7 percent from the field and 87.5 percent on the line. The Pioneers were 53.2 percent on field goal attempts and 80.0 percent at the charity stripe.

COVCATH 26-18-19-20—83
at S.KENTON 18-20-21-16—75

COVCATH (24-1): Ruthsatz 11 6 32, Schult 7 0 14, VonHandorf 3 7 13, Schuh 5 1 11, Heppler 3 0 7, Romes 2 0 4, Wichmann 1 0 2. Totals 32 14 83.

SIMON KENTON (11-12): Morrison 10 8 32, Mullins 8 5 21, Kuntz 3 0 9, Childers 2 0 6, Robinson 1 1 3, Vercheak 1 0 2, Pracht 0 2 2. Totals 25 16 75.

3-pointers: CC—Ruthsatz 4, Heppler. SK—Morrison 4, Kuntz 3, Childers 2. JV: CovCath, 42-39.

OWEN COUNTY 74, WILLIAMSTOWN 72 – Sophomore forward Carson Williams hit a pair of free throws in the final six seconds to win the game for the Rebels.

Williams hit a foul shot and missed the second, but he grabbed his own rebound and was fouled again. Williams made the first one and could not convert the second, but Owen County junior guard Brady Young intercepted a full-court pass to seal it.

Williams rolled up 30 points but fell 20 short of a game high.

Demons senior guard David Jump scored 50 points, hitting 12 treys.

WILLIAMSTOWN 15-19-17-21—72
at OWEN COUNTY 13-18-24-19—74

WILLIAMSTOWN (10-18): Stanley 2 2 7, D. Jump 17 4 50, Sarcione 2 0 4, Jordan 4 3 11. Totals 25 9 72.

OWEN COUNTY (15-8): T. Trenary 1 0 2, Ball 7 3 18, Toftness 1 0 3, H. Trenary 1 2 5, Lykins 5 0 13, Williams 11 8 30, Tackett 1 0 3. Totals 27 13 74.

3-pointers: OC—Lykins 3, Ball, Tofness, H. Trenary, Tackett. W—D. Jump 12, Tackett. JV: Owen County won.

SCOTT 57, HIGHLANDS 51 – Junior forward Blake Schneider helped the Eagles seal the win with 10 points in the fourth quarter.

Schneider finished with a game-high 23 points, and senior forward Jeremy Jackson chipped in 12 points for Scott.

HIGHLANDS 18- 5-16-12—51
at SCOTT 19-12-11-15—57

HIGHLANDS (6-13): Buten 2 0 5, Harris 2 3 7, Weyer 5 1 13, Dougherty 1 2 4, Houliston 2 5 10, Hergott 3 0 6, Hebel 3 0 6. Totals 18 11 51.

SCOTT (8-18): Ohmer 3 0 7, Johnson 1 0 2, Schneider 8 6 23, Osborne 4 0 8, Jackson 5 0 12, Flynn 1 0 2, Cain 1 1 3. Totals 23 7 57.

3-pointers: S—Jackson 2, Schneider, Ohmer. H—Weyer 2, Buten, Houliston. JV: Highlands, 44-41.

RYLE 64, ST. HENRY 51 – Senior center Will Stuhr poured in nine points in the fourth quarter to seal the win for the Raiders.

Stuhr ended the night with a team-best 13 points.

Crusaders senior guard Jake Plummer led all scorers with 14 points.

RYLE 7-18-24-15—64
at SH 13-13-16- 9—51

RYLE (9-11): Owens 3 3 9, King 0 2 2, Puthoff 3 2 9, Bellew 3 0 7, Lonneman 3 0 7, Allen 4 0 8, White 2 0 5, England 2 0 4, Stuhr 6 1 13. Totals 26 8 64.

ST. HENRY (12-9): Plummer 4 5 14, Grayson 1 0 3, Goetz 2 0 6, Wallenhorst 2 1 5, Jo. Noble 4 2 11, Rechtin 1 0 2, Kunstek 4 2 10. Totals

18 10 51.

3-pointers: R—Lonneman, Bellew, Puthoff, White. SH—Goetz 2, Plummer, Grayson, Jo. Noble.

BROSSART 67, MASON COUNTY 60 – The Mustangs trailed by two at halftime, but senior guard Erik Rieger hit a pair of threes to start the second half and Brossart never looked back.

Senior forward Drew Burns scored 15 of his game-best 25 points in the first half, and senior forward Alex Trentman chipped in 18 points for the Mustangs.

Brossart trailed by 15, 20-5 in the first quarter before closing out the period on an 11-0 run.

MASON CO. 20-12-12-16—60
at BROSSART 16-14-19-18—67

MASON COUNTY (19-5): Frame 4 0 8, Henry 7 1 15, Greenhill 3 0 9, Williams 2 5 9, O’Mara 2 4 8, Johnson 3 5 11. Totals 21 15 60.

BROSSART (21-3): Hackworth 2 1 7, Rieger 2 1 7, Geiman 1 0 2, Shannon 1 2 4, Trentman 5 7 18, Kramer 2 0 4, Burns 10 5 25. Totals 23 16 67.

3-pointers: B—Hackworth 2, Rieger 2, Trentman. MC—Greenhill 3. JV: Mason County, 55-46.

NEWPORT 60, BEECHWOOD 44 – Sophomore center Kameron Covington racked up 20 points, and senior guard Michael Turner ended the game with 12 in the Wildcats’ win.

The Tigers were led by junior guard Jacob Huff’s 17 points.

NEWPORT 12-13-16-19—60
at BEECH. 9- 5-12-18—44

NEWPORT (15-9): Price 2 4 8, Turner 4 4 12, Davis 1 0 2, Covington 8 4 20, Snapp 3 2 10, Joseph 2 2 6, Ochoa 1 0 2. Totals 21 16 60.

BEECHWOOD (10-14): Stokes 1 0 2, Shover 3 1 7, Huff 6 2 16, Brock 3 1 8, Benson 3 0 6, Fieger 2 0 5. Totals 18 4 44.

3-pointers: N—Snapp 2. B—Huff 2, Brock, Fieger. JV: Beechwood, 29-19.

LUDLOW 77, BELLEVUE 62 – Panthers senior forward Mitchell Cody posted a game-best 23 points, all in the first three quarters.

Senior guard Geoffrey Thornsburg added 18 points, and senior guard Jerad Howard tacked on 15 points in the Ludlow win.

LUDLOW 20-21-17-19—77
at BELLE. 14-15-16-17—62

LUDLOW (14-9): Mitchell 1 1 3, Thornsburg 7 4 18, Cody 8 5 23, Mahan 1 1 3, Howard 4 4 15, Furnish 0 1 1, Hart 4 2 14. Totals 25 18 77.

BELLEVUE (12-11): Arnzen 6 1 15, Fryman 1 0 3, Stephenson 2 0 5, Poinsett 5 5 17, Hazeres 1 0 2, Ackerson 1 0 2, Barrett 3 5 11, Woodyard 3 1 7. Totals 22 12 62.

3-pointers: L—Hart 4, Howard 3, Cody 2. B—Arnzen 2, Poinsett 2, Fryman, Stephenson. JV: Ludlow, 44-41.

SILVER GROVE 80, DAYTON 65 – Junior forward Jonathan Miller rolled up 22 points, including 11 in the fourth quarter, for the Big Trains.

Senior guard Chris Lambert added 21 points – 10 of which came in the second quarter – and junior guard Anthony Turcios chipped in 18 in Silver Grove’s win.

Greendevils senior forward Austin Brockman led all scorers with 26 points, and he grabbed 12 rebounds.

S. GROVE 18-23-21-18—80
at DAYTON 13-22-13-17—65

SILVER GROVE (15-10): Feiler 1 0 2, Lambert 7 5 21, Turcios 7 4 18, Miller 10 2 22, Pollitt 2 0 5, Kuntz 2 2 6, Turner 3 0 6. Totals 32 13 80.

DAYTON (7-16): Hayes 1 0 2, McDaniel 1 0 2, Lyons 1 0 2, Wear 1 0 2, Grimme 1 0 2, Brewer 4 0 8, Stewart 8 0 21, Brockman 8 9 26. Totals 25 9 65.

3-pointers: SG—Lambert 2, Pollitt. D—Stewart 5, Brockman.

VILLA MADONNA 72, HERITAGE 50 – Two Blue Lightning players set career highs in points.

Sophomore guard Alex Kenkel scored 30 points and also set a personal best with 11 rebounds.

Freshman guard Thomas Schutzman finished with 29 points and seven steals.

V. MADONNA 17-18-18-19—72
at HERITAGE 11-19- 8-12—50

VILLA MADONNA (5-15): Kenkel 14 1 30, Malone 2 0 4, Schutzman 11 6 29, Bockweg 3 2 9. Totals 30 9 72.

HERITAGE (3-16): Vargas 7 2 17, Harper 8 8 24, Liske 3 0 6, Siren 0 3 3. Totals 18 13 50.

3-pointers: VM—Kenkel, Schutzman, Bockweg. H—Vargas.

FLEMING COUNTY 87, CAMPBELL COUNTY 77 – Junior forward DeAndre Jackson rolled up 24 points for the Camels in the losing effort.

Jackson notched 10 points in the third quarter. Campbell County senior guard Corey Holbrook added 21 points, eight of which came in the opening period.

CAMPBELL 22-14-20-21—77
at FLEMING 16-22-25-24—87

CAMPBELL COUNTY (15-7): Losey 5 0 10, Geiman 0 1 1, Wilson 4 3 11, Jackson 9 4 24, L. Franzen 2 0 4, Holbrook 10 1 21, J. Franzen 3 0 6. Totals 33 9 77.

FLEMING COUNTY (19-8): Burns 5 1 11, Saunders 4 4 12, Steward 11 7 30, McKee 3 0 6, Crisp 6 4 16, Williams 5 2 12. Totals 34 18 87.

3-pointers: FC—Steward. CC—Jackson 2. JV: Campbell County, 60-35.

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