2/20 GBK: Ross, Roaden reach 1,000

Bellevue, Calvary win as girls reach milestones

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

Sophomore guard Kira Ross scored her 1,000th point as Bellevue rolled past Covington Latin, 50-32 on Thursday.

Ross needed 14 points to reach that milestone, which she eclipsed with a fourth-quarter field goal. She finished with 18 points, 10 steals and six rebounds.

Sophomore guard Makayla Bishop tallied 17 points, five rebounds and three steals, and junior forward Abby Buckler pulled down a team-high seven boards for the Tigers.

COV. LATIN 6-11- 9-11—37
at BELLEVUE 5-17-12-16—50

COVINGTON LATIN (7-11): Zalla 1 0 2, McGuire 2 1 5, Becker 2 0 4, Cuthrell 3 7 15, Pennington 1 0 2, Fusting 4 1 9. Totals 13 9 37.

BELLEVUE (14-13): Buckler 1 3 5, Atwood 2 0 4, Tallon 1 1 3, Bishop 7 2 17, Murphy 1 1 3, Ross 7 3 18. Totals 19 10 50.

3-pointers: B—Ross, Bishop. CL—Cuthrell 2.

CALVARY CHRISTIAN 56, HERITAGE 23 – Senior guard Sarah Roaden became the fourth player in Cougars history and the first in 13 years to score 1,000 career points.

Roaden entered the game with 993 points, and she reached four figures with a second-quarter 3-pointer. She posted 19 points, four assists and five steals in Calvary Christian’s win.

Cougars junior guard Dayne Merkley also posted 19 points, hitting five 3-pointers, and she dished for four assists.

CALVARY 16-15-23- 2—56
at HERITAGE 5- 2-15- 1—23

CALVARY CHRISTIAN (11-12): Leichter 2 0 4, Webster 1 0 2, Merkley 7 0 19, Roaden 7 2 19, Emmerich 3 1 8, Herald 2 0 4. Totals 22 3 56.

HERITAGE (3-16): Mak. Cain 1 0 2, Mullins 1 0 2, Mar. Cain 0 1 1, Schwarz 7 4 18. Totals 9 5 23.

3-pointers: CC—Merkley 5, Roaden 3, Emmerich.

DAYTON 47, LUDLOW 44 – Freshman forward Mallory Kubala came off the bench to equal a game high with 16 points, eight of which came in the middle quarters at the Greendevils erased an early 10-point deficit.

Junior guard Sadie Boles added 10 points for Dayton.

Panthers junior guard Tori Wofford hit three 3-pointers during an 11-point first quarter. She ended the night with 16 points.

Ludlow shot 5-for-23 from the foul line, which severely hampered its chances of a comeback.

DAYTON 13-13-16- 5—47
at LUDLOW 23- 6- 9- 6—44

DAYTON (6-16): N. Schowalter 2 0 4, Boles 4 0 10, H. Schowalter 3 2 8, Watts 0 2 2, Kubala 7 2 16, K. Donelan 1 0 2, A. Donelan 2 1 5. Totals 17 10 47.

LUDLOW (8-17): Turner 1 1 3, Wofford 5 2 16, Hussien 1 1 3, Green-Murphy 3 0 7, K. Warndorf 1 0 2, H. Warndorf 6 1 13. Totals 17 5 44.

3-pointers: D—Boles 2, Kubala. L—Wofford 4, Green-Murphy. JV: Dayton, 30-24.

BROSSART 58, ST. HENRY 37 – Senior guard Morgan Verst scored eight points in the first quarter and 13 overall in the Mustangs’ win.

Sophomore forward Syndney Shannon chipped in 12 points for Brossart.

Junior guard Samantha Hentz led the Crusaders in scoring with 13 points, and St. Henry senior forward Trisha Marks grabbed 12 rebounds.

BROSSART 17-11-13-17—58
at ST. HENRY 12- 8- 7-10—37

BROSSART (19-6): Eisenman 0 1 1, Verst 5 1 13, Shannon 5 2 12, King 4 0 11, Schultz 2 3 7, Futscher 3 0 7, Stadtmiller 1 4 7. Totals 20 11 58.

ST. HENRY (16-11): McGinnis 0 1 1, Marks 3 1 7, Kellam 1 0 3, Neace 1 3 5, Hentz 5 3 13, Lehmkuhl 3 0 8. Totals 13 8 37.

3-pointers: B—King 3, Verst 2, Futscher, Stadtmiller. SH—Lehmkuhl 2, Kellam. JV: Brossart won.

COOPER 67, CAMPBELL COUNTY 36 – Senior guard Katey Pittman hit all four of her 3-pointers in the second half as the Jaguars put the game out of reach.

Pittman’s 14 points led all scorers, and senior guard Savannah Brinneman tallied 12 – six in the first quarter and five more in the third.

CAMPBELL 2-18- 9- 7—36
at COOPER 18-16-19-14—67

CAMPBELL COUNTY (10-16): Kramer 2 3 8, Heck 1 0 2, Mergard 2 0 5, M. Schwarber 2 0 5, Clos 2 2 8, Jolly 1 0 2, H. Schwarber 0 2 2, Deutsch 1 1 3, Turner 0 1 1. Totals 11 9 36.

COOPER (14-12): Anderson 2 0 4, Held 3 2 9, Pittman 5 0 14, Maniacci 4 0 8, Brinneman 4 3 12, Zingsheim 2 0 4, Ross 3 0 6, Arnett 4 2 10. Totals 27 7 67.

3-pointers: CO—Pittman 4, Held, Brinneman. CA—Clos 2, Kramer, Mergard, M. Schwarber. JV: Cooper, 56-52.


 

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