Amelia girls only winner over non-county foes

February 26th, 2010    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

Amelia was the only Clermont County high school varsity girls basketball team to defeat an out-of-county opponent in recent action.


The Barons won a Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal Division confrontation over Little Miami 71-66. The hosts led the Panthers at each intermission 20-12, 37-33, and 56-49.

The Blue and White displayed a strong four-person double digit offense. Senior forward Morgan Sperry poured in 26 points, sophomore guard Kymmy Simon 12, senior forward Caitlin Cammeresi 11 and junior guard Bri Beasley 11.


The Warriors shut down Clermont Northastern 40-18 in a Southern Buckeye Conference American Division tilt played on the winners' court. The Red and Gray was in control at each break 10-2, 19-11, and 27-14.

Sophomore guard Kelsi Steele led the victors' scoring with 12 points and senior forward Chelsey Chesser led the vanquished with seven.

Western Brown skimmed by Goshen in a hard-fought overtime thriller 46-45. The host Red and Gray was in the lead after the first three frames 14-7, 21-13, and 26-23 before the Broncos tied the score at 38 to send the game into OT.

Steele was the Clermont countian's lone twin figure scorer with 12 points.


The Wildcats continue to be the winningest of the county's varsity distaff cage teams. 'Burg sent Batavia home unhappy 57-33.

The Blue and White was on top after every stop 7-6, 23-13, and 38-35.

Sophomore forward Tara Dennis made 15 points and senior center Darcy Little 12 for the conquerors and sophomore guard Holly Harris put in 14 for the conquered.

The Wildcats were stopped by Cincinnati Country Day 57-48 on the Indians' hardwood in a non-conference clash.

Dennis powered the 'Burg offense with 17 points and Little added 12.


Felicity was thwarted by Georgetown 65-22 in a National Division game of the Southern Buckeye Conference. The G-Women were in the forefront 17-5, 35-9, and 54-13 at the stops.

Freshman Arisa Stutz's 10 points topped the Red and White's scoring.

Glen Este

The Trojans were beaten by Winton Woods 53-40 in a road game of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division. The Trojans led 12-11 and 24-19 at the first two halts, but the Warriors took over 37-33 going into the last eight minutes of play.

Senior forward Tori Velten was the top scorer for the Purple and White with nine points.


The E-Gals were handed a 49-37 setback by Loveland in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division. Milford played too good of a host as the Orange and Black led 13-12, 22-26, and 36-23 at the breaks.

Senior guard Amy Van Syoc was the Red and White's scoring leader with nine points.

Clermont Northeastern

Clermont Northeastern tripped all over Summit Country Day 56-40 in non-league play. The host Silver Knights held sway all the way 13-7, 31-15, and 44-28.

Senior guard/forward Jennifer Werring and junior forward Audrey Schmidt shared the Blue and Gold scoring leadership with both making 12 points.

New Richmond

The Lions were walloped by Western Brown 76-43 in a Southern Buckeye Conference American Division game played in Mt. Orab. The Broncos were in control throughout 21-14, 40-22, and 60-28.

Junior center/forward Reno Frayne's 17 points headed the Lions' resistance.

Madeira also mastered the Lions 62-24. The host Mustangs led from the get-go 18-6, 34-13, and 50-16.

Sophomore guard Mikaela Rupp's six points topped the Lions' individual scoring.
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