Trojan women tied for FAVC-B cage lead

January 4th, 2009    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

Glen Este’s girls continue unbeaten as the Trojans remain tied for first place in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division. Winton Woods’ Warriors are the co-leaders along with GE.

Glen Este

The Purple and White pulverized Northwest’s Knights 77-43 in a Buckeye Division game of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference. Glen Este easily led at each period’s end 25-3, 50-9, and 68-32.

Moriah Hodge, senior forward, poured in 25 points (including three three-pointers) to top the Trojans’ scoring. Lakin Louiso, sophomore guard, had 12 points. Jaimie Hamlet, senior guard, had 11, and Sarah Sibert, senior forward, had 10.

Jaimie Hamlet, senior guard, drives toward the basket in the Trojans
Anderson's Redskins were a 50-34 victim in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division. Hamlet dropped in 16 points and Louiso 14 (both with a pair of treys). GE led all the way 12-8, 27-15, and 46-26.

Loveland's Tigers also suffered the wrath of GE 33-27 in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division. The Trojans were in control throughout 12-6, 18-7, and 22-19.

Hodges' trio of three-pointers helped her earn game scoring honors with 13 points.

In an intra-county conference confrontation, the Purple and White defeated Milford 45-33. Glen Este was atop after every stop 15-7, 21-18, and 31-20.

Kendra Burchfield, senior guard, powered the Purple people's offense with 15 points (three threes) and Hodge contributed 11. The E-Gals' Morgan Wolcott, freshman guard, shared game scoring honors with her 15-point output.


The Tigers demolished Deer Park's Wildcats 64-23 in a non-league game. The Clermont countians were in command of their hosts all the way 14-5, 30-10, and 47-17.

The Red and Gray's offense was led by sophomore guard-forward Katie Kilgore's 14 points and 11 points from Melissa Willenbrink, senior forward-center.


The Warriors won out over Clermont Northeastern 39-30 at the Warriors' encampment. The hosts led 12-8 and 17-13 after the first two stanzas before the Rockets pulled ahead 31-26 after the third quarter, but they did not hang on to their advantage.

Senior forward-guard Melanie Constable and junior guard Brooke Catauro both sank 10 points for the victors and senior forward Christie Connor made 10 for the vanquished in this Southern Buckeye Conference American Division fray.


The Bulldogs outscored arch-rival Williamsburg 43-55 in a Southern Buckeye Conference National Division battle that took place on the hardwood of Clermont County's first seat of government. The third county seat of government led all the way 12-3, 23-16, and 32-31.

Batavia's scoring leaders were senior forward Kayla Ernst with 17 points and senior guard-forward Emily Webb with 11 (including two treys). The Wildcats' leading scorer was sophomore forward Rachel Meisberger with 10 points.

Summit Country Day won a non-league contest over Batavia 42-36. The host Silver Knights held sway all the way 18-6, 30-19, and 35-25.

Ernst and Webb netted 15 and 10 points, respectively, for the Bulldogs.


The Cardinals lost to the leaders of the Southern Buckeye Conference National Division, Georgetown, 65-53. The host G-Women were ahead after each intermission 26-16, 43-27, and 55-38.

Alex Stevenson, sophomore forward, was the Cards' scoring leader with 18 points (including an impressive total of five three-pointers), senior forward Marisa Stutz made 11 points, and junior forward Shelby Taulbee 10.

New Richmond

The Lions were tamed by the leaders of the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division, Western Brown, 55-41. The visiting Broncos were in the forefront after each rest 14-5, 30-14, and 37-30.

Sophomore center Reno Frayne was the scoring leader for the second county seat of government with 13 points.


The Barons succumbed to Wilmington's Hurricanes 57-39 in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal Division. The Blue and White was in arrears 6-1, 24-18, and 36-28 at the halts.

Junior forward Morgan Sperry made 14 points to lead the Amelia offense and senior guard Danielle Vail contributed two three-pointers.

Walnut Hills, co-leader of the Cardinal Division of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference, walloped the Barons 59-32. The Eagles' were in control throughout 13-0, 36-6, and 53-18.

Sperry and junior guard Caitlin Cammeresi shared the scoring leadership for the Blue with six points each.


The E-Gals were massacred by Mason's Comets 72-35. In this non-conference tilt, the visitors were on top after each stop 18-12, 45-19, and 62-29.

Junior guard Amy Van Syoc tossed in 13 points and senior forward Kim Strunk chipped in with 10 for the Red and White.

Milford was overcome by Winton Woods, co-leader of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division, 75-45. The Warriors were winning after each stanza 24-16, 50-22, and 60-33.

Strunk with 15 points and Wolcott with 10 were in the forefront of the point production of the E-Gals.
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