2/8 GBK: SK's Owings scores 1,500th point

Senior leads Pioneers past Brossart

By Dave Malaska

Abby Owings scored her 1,500th career point in the first quarter, then added another baker's dozen to finish with 20 and lead Simon Kenton to the 58-46 home win over Bishop Brossart on Saturday night.

Owings, a senior guard, hit on a 3-point shot with seven seconds left in the opening stanza to reach the milestone, which was marked with a short ceremony.

The Mustangs were led by senior center Sarah Futscher's 20 points, and they got another 12 from sophomore Emily Schultz.

Senior MacKenzie Hester added 11 points to the Simon Kenton total to help the Pioneers push their win streak to eight games.

BROSSART 10-15-6-15—46
at S. KENTON 11-19-12-16—58

BROSSART (17-3): Bierman 1 0 2, Verst 2 0 4, Shannon 2 0 4, Schultz 6 0 12, Futscher 6 8 20, Stadtmiller 2 0 4, 11 8 46.

SIMON KENTON (21-3): Owings 8 2 20, Hester 3 4 11, Cook 0 1 1, Cox 3 2 8, Bosse 3 3 9, Meier 2 1 5, Tomlin 2 0 4, 21 13 58.

3-pointers: S—Owings 3, Hester.

NOTRE DAME 64, SCOTT 49 — Three of Scott's five scorers logged double digits, but it wasn't enough for a win against the depth and balance of perennial power Notre Dame.

Junior guard Jenna Trimpe scored a game-high 17 points for the Eagles, while eighth-grade teammates Allyson Niece and Alexis Stapleton added 16 and 10, respectively, but the Pandas built an early double-digit lead and held on for the win.

Paige Kellam led the way for the Pandas with 15 points. Carlee Clemons scored 12 and Hillary Hellmann 11 as Notre Dame moved to 14-7 on the season.

N. DAME 22-10-15-17—64
at SCOTT 12-7-11-19—49

NOTRE DAME (14-7): Stallman  1 0 3, Ogle 3 1 8, Schuh 1 0 2, Hellmann 3 4 11, Kellam 6 3 15, Henderson 2 0 4, Baugh 1 0 3, Clemons 5 0 12, Smith 3 0 6. Totals 25 8 64.

SCOTT (12-9): Trimpe 7 3 17, Neace 4 8 16, Clephane 2 0 4, Kallmeyer 1 0 2, Stapleton 2 5 10. Totals 16 16 49.

3-pointers: N—Stallman, Ogle, Hellmann, Baugh, Clemons 2. S—Tripe 3, Stapleton.

NEWPORT CENTRAL CATHOLIC 62, HOLY CROSS 43 — Senior Nicole Kiernan scored 19 points to help NewCath to the win, but her first rebound of the night early in the game made history.

The carom was the forward's 1,000th career rebound, another milestone for the standout who earlier this season became the program's third-highest scorer.

Kiernan finished Saturday's game with 11 rebounds, and junior Sarah Neace scored nine points and a trio of teammates chipped in with eight apiece to pace the Thoroughbreds to victory.

Holy Cross was led by sophomore Dajah McClendon's 11 points and 10 from junior center Cessie Mayhaus.

HOLY CROSS 10-9-11-13—43
at NEWCATH 8-17-20-17—62

HOLY CROSS (15-6): McClendon 5 1 11, Hassert 1 0 2, Hungler 3 0 8, Gabbard 1 0 2, Tucker 0 2 2, C. Mayhaus 5 0 10, A. Mayhaus 3 0 6, Stanley 1 0 2. Totals 19 3 43.

NEWCATH (20-3): Davenport 3 2 8, Seibert 0 1 1, Ware 2 0 4, Lewis 2 1 5, Zimmerman 1 6 8, Mayes 2 4 8, Kiernan 7 5 19, Neace 3 0 9. Totals 20 19 62.

3-pointers: H—Hungler 2. N—Neace 3.

COOPER 47, VILLA MADONNA 30 — Cooper applied full-court pressure in the second quarter, outscoring Villa, 25-3, to take the game over and cruise to the win.

Senior Paige Ross led three Cooper scorers in double figures, finishing with 12. Savannah Brinneman and Grace Maniacci each added 10 points to the effort.

The Blue Lightning were led by Alex Hengge's eight points.

V. MADONNA  10-3-7-10—30
at COOPER 8-25-6-8—47

VILLA MADONNA (11-10): Hengge 3 0 8, Aytes 1 1 4, Junker 2 1 5, Ernst 1 0 2, Blom 3 0 6, Trusty 1 0 2, Schulte 0 3 3. Totals 11 5 30.

COOPER (13-9): Anderson 2 0 4, Held 0 1 1, Pittman 1 0 3, Maniacci 4 2 10, Brinneman 3 2 10, Zingsheim 2 0 4, Lozier 0 1 1, Ross 3 4 12, Arnett 1 0 2. Totals 16 10 47.

3-pointers: V—Hengge 2, Aytes. C—Pittman, Brinneman 2, Ross 2.

HIGHLANDS 59, ST. HENRY 39 – Junior guard/forward Lydia Graves led all scorers with 18 points, connecting on 7 of 10 field goals and finishing 4-for-7 from behind the arc for the Bluebirds.

Junior guard/forward Alex Combs added 10 points, and sophomore forward McKenzie Leigh grabbed seven rebounds and dished for seven assists for Highlands, which hit 14 of its 16 free throws.

Bluebirds sophomore guard Brianna Adler drained all six of her foul shots.

Junior center Savannah Neace led the Crusaders with 14 points and eight rebounds.

ST. HENRY 12- 9-12- 6—39
at HIGHLANDS 26-16- 8- 9—59

ST. HENRY (15-8): Weber 0 1 1, Schreiber 2 0 4, McGinnis 1 1 3, Marks 6 0 12, Neace 6 2 14, Lehmkuhl 2 1 5. Totals 17 5 39.

HIGHLANDS (18-5): Adler 1 6 9, Barth 2 2 7, Coffey 2 2 7, Graves 7 0 18, Clukey 0 2 2, Leigh 2 2 6, Combs 5 0 10. Totals 19 14 59.

3-pointers: H—Graves 4, Adler, Barth, Coffey.

MASON COUNTY 71, CALVARY CHRISTIAN 31 — The Royals sprinted to an early lead and cruised to the win over Calvary. McKenzie Butler led the way with 16 points, followed by Alivia Bierley's 12.

For the Cougars, senior Sarah Roaden was the top scorer with 12 points. Classmate Hayley Emmerich added nine points to Calvary's effort and junior Dayne Merkley scored eight.

MASON CO. 22-19-16-14—71
at CALVARY 5-8-11-7—31

MASON COUNTY (17-7): Bierley

6 0 12, C. Moran 2 0 4, O'Mara 4 2 10,  Ma. Butler 1 0 2, Littleton 1 2 5, K. Moran 0 1 1, McNutt 1 4 6, Mc. Butler 7 0 16, Green 2 0 4, Frodge 2 0 5, Boone 3 0 6. Totals 29 9 71.

CALVARY CHRISTIAN (9-9): Leichter 1 0 2, Merkley 3 0 8, Roaden 3 5 12, Emmerich 1 6 9. Totals 8 11 31.

3-pointers: M—Littleton, Mc. Butler 2, Frodge. C—Merkley 2, Roaden, Emmerich.

CAMPBELL COUNTY 74, LUDLOW 45 — Sophomores Taylor Jolly and Kylie Kramer scored 16 and 11 points, respectively, as the Camels ran away from Ludlow after a close first quarter. Eighth-grader McKinzie Schwarber also scored 10 points for the Camels as they the rolled to the win.

Ludlow, with their own youth movement, was led by freshman Haley Warndorf's 15 points. Junior Tori Wofford scored 13.

LUDLOW 14-7-7-27—45
at CAMP. 14-24-13-17—74

LUDLOW (5-15): Wofford 4 2 13, Wyrick 0 1 1, Green-Murphy 3 0 6, K. Warndorf 2 6 10, H. Warndorf 6 3 15. Totals 15 12 45.

CAMPBELL COUNTY (8-13): Kramer 4 1 11, Mergard 3 0 7, Gray 3 1 7, M. Schwarber 3 4 10, Clos 4 0 9, Jolly 7 1 16, Graff 0 1 1, Fornash 2 0 5, Machal 3 0 6. Totals 30 8 74.

3-pointers: L—Wofford 3. C—Kramer 2, Mergard, Clos, Jolly, Fornash.

WALTON-VERONA 61, LLOYD 29 — Junior Allie Mills hit five 3-pointers and scored 26 points to lead the Bearcats to the blowout win.

Mills was one of three Walton-Verona players in double-digits as seniors Julann Ginn and Shelby Mullikin chipped in 10 apiece as the Bearcats kept building their lead throughout the game.

Junior Jordan Gentry led Lloyd with 10 points.

WALTON 21-17-18-5—61
at LLOYD 6-10-5-8—29

WALTON-VERONA (12-10): DeZarn  2 2 6, Mills 5 1 26, Mullikin 4 2 10, Ginn 0 1 1, Ison 4 1 10, Simpson 1 2 4, Dixon 2 0 4. Totals 23 9 61.

LLOYD (7-12): Brown 1 5 8, Cheatum 4 1 9, Gentry 3 3 10, Sheppard 0 1 1, Thompson 0 1 1. Totals 8 11 29.

3-pointers: W—Mills 5, Ison. L—Brown, Gentry.

NEWPORT 53, BELLEVUE 45 — The Wildcats got 15 points from junior Katlyn Hoeh and 12 from sophomore Ashley Hensley to down Bellevue at home. The game featured the teams shooting a combined 60 free throws, as Newport converted their part of the equation for the winning margin.

Bellevue was led by sophomore Makayla Bishop, who finished with 11 points, and freshman Courtney Schmits' 10 points. Newport's Shaunye Stanley grabbed 13 rebounds in the win.

BELLEVUE 10-9-9-17—45
at NEWPORT 9-14-12-18—53

BELLEVUE (10-11): Buckler 2 2 6, Atwood 1 3 5, Bishop 3 4 11, Schmits 4 0 10, Murphy 0 2 2, Ross 4 1 9, B. Maehren 0 2 2. Totals 14 14 45.

NEWPORT (16-6): Yeager 2 0 5, Stanley 0 3 3, Hoeh  5 5 15, Hensley  3 5 12, Johnson 1 4 6, Orr 3 4 12. Totals 14 21 53.

3-pointers: B—Schmits 2, Bishop. N–Orr 2, Hensley, Yeager.
 

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