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CN Invitational: Columbus North, Fort Wayne South to battle for championship

December 22, 2012

2012 Columbus North/Subway InvitationalColumbus North rallied in the second half to knock off Roncalli 40-37 and Fort Wayne South cruised past Norwell 65-48 in the semifinals of the Subway/Columbus North Invitational, setting up a showdown tonight at 7 between the host Bull Dogs, ranked No. 2 in Class 4-A, and the No. 3 Archers for the tournament’s inaugural championship.

Tayler Goodall connected on four of her six 3-pointers in the second half to lead Columbus North, and Kelsey Cunningham added four 3-pointers for 12 points. Roncalli was led by freshman Lindsey Corsaro‘s 13 points, and Bridget Perry finished with 11.

Lakyn Gulley knocked down five 3-pointers and collected 17 points and Brittni Clopton and Lynnia Noel each added 12 as Fort Wayne South cruised to a semifinal victory. Norwell got 11 points from Paige Frisch and 10 from Laken Chaney.

Roncalli and Norwell will hook up tonight at 5:15 to determine third and fourth places.

Box scores

Roncalli — 8 – 12 – 6 – 11 — 37
Columbus North — 8 – 9 – 16 – 7 — 40
Fort Wayne South — 15 – 15 – 22 – 13 — 65
Roncalli (10-2) — Kellie Kirfhoff 5, Lindsey Corsaro 13, Bridget Perry 11, Sam Bolen 8.
Columbus North (10-0) –Tayler Goodall 19, Kelsey Cunningham 12, Ali Patberg 6, Paige Littrell 3.
3-point goals — Kirfhoff; Goodall 6, Cunningham 4, Littrell.

Norwell — 48
Fort Wayne South — 65
Fort Wayne South (9-1) — Lakyn Gulley 17, Lynnia Noel 12, Ariana Simmons 9, Brittni Clopton 12, DeJoyah Johnson 7, Chelsea Rogers 5, Lakesha LaMaster-Stephens 3.
Norwell (7-1) — Laken Chaney 10, Taylor Wilson 3, Kelsey Beer 2, Paige Frisch 11, Hanna Smith 8, Carlee Harnish 8, Olivia Geiger 6.
3-point goals — Gulley 5, Noel, Johnson, Rogers; Chaney, WIlson, Frisch 2, Smith 2, Harnish 2.

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CN Invitational: Fort Wayne Canterbury, Notre Dame advance in fifth-place bracket

December 22, 2012

2012 Columbus North/Subway InvitationalNotre Dame Academy (Ky.) upended Mishawaka 76-60 and Fort Wayne Canterbury whipped Avon 80-59 to advance in Saturday morning’s fifth-place bracket semifinals at the Subway/Columbus North Invitational.

Olivia Voskuhl netted 23 points and Haylee Smith chipped in 18 for Notre Dame. Mishawaka was led by Taylor Parmley‘s 17 points.

Fort Wayne Canterbury had three players with 20-plus points in their commanding victory: Kindell Fincher tallied 27 points, Darby Maggard hit five 3-pointers and had 25 and Bailey Farley 23. Avon was led by Brooke Peters‘ 10 points.

Canterbury and Notre Dame will meet for fifth-place and Avon and Mishawaka will compete for seventh-place. Both games will be at 3:30.

Box scores

Notre Dame Academy — 26 – 13 – 22 – 15 — 76
Mishawaka — 8 – 18 – 18 – 16 — 60

Notre Dame Academy (6-3) — Sydney Stallman 2, Elly Ogle 2, Courtney Hansel 3, Kindsey Bernhard 8, Olivia Voskuhl 23, Paige Kellam 6, Avery Henderson 2, Hillary Hellman 6, Carlee Clemons 5, Haylee Smith 18.
Mishawaka (7-3) — Paige Avery 5, Lauren Grewe 2, Sara Benner 5, Tagin Schultheis 9, Becca Banks 3, I.L. Nelson 8, Taylor Parmley 17, Sarah Urycki 4, Shelby Nelson 2, Kaitlin Elsasser 5.
3-point goals — Stallman, Bernhard 2, Voskuhl 2, Clemons; Sara Benner, Schultheis 3, Banks, Urycki.

Canterbury — 26 – 14 – 17 – 13 — 80
Avon — 8 – 16 – 16 – 19 — 59

Canterbury (9-2) — Darby Maggard 25, Bailey Farley 23, Aaliyah Gaines 2, Rachel Hoagburg 3, Kindell Fincher 27.
Avon (3-7) — Brooke Peters 14, Megan Price 8, Taylor Speckman 10, Hannah Eiler 4, Megan Hunt 5, Paige Batalis 2, Shelle Daniels 7, Rachel Griffin 9.
3-point goals — Maggard 5; Peters 3, Price 2, Hunt, Griffin.

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CN Invitational: Norwell 65, Notre Dame Academy (Ky.) 46

December 21, 2012

2012 Columbus North/Subway InvitationalTaylor Wilson totaled a game-night 23 points and Paige Frisch and Hanna Smith each added 12 as Norwell, ranked No. 2 in Class 3-A, defeated Notre Dame Academy (Ky.) 65-46 in a first-round battle at the Subway/Columbus North Invitational.

Wilson netted three 3-pointers and Smith hit four for the Knights, which remain undefeated at 7-0.

Notre Dame Academy, located in Park Hills, Ky., was led by Carlee Clemons‘ 14 points, and Olivia Voskuhl, a Cleveland State commit, contributed 13.

Norwell and Fort Wayne South will do battle Saturday morning at 11:45 in a Winner’s Bracket semifinal; Notre Dame (5-3) falls into the fifth-place bracket and will meet Mishawaka at 10 a.m.

Box score

Norwell — 13 – 20 – 14 – 18 — 65
Notre Dame Academy — 15 – 10 – 12 – 9 — 46

Norwell (7-0) — Laken Chaney 10, Taylor Wilson 23, Erika Thornton 2, Paige Frisch 12, Hanna Smith 12, Carlee Harnish 4, Olivia Geiger 9.
Notre Dame Academy (5-3) — Elly Ogle 3, Courtney Hansel 4, Olivia Voskuhl 13, Avery Henderson 2, Carlee Clemons 14, Haylee Smith 10.
3-point goals – Wilson 3, Han. Smith 4; Voskuhl, Clemons 4.

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CN Invitational: Fort Wayne South 73, Mishawaka 50

December 21, 2012

2012 Columbus North/Subway InvitationalClass 4-A No. 3 Fort Wayne South outscored Mishawaka 23-9 in the first quarter and 21-7 in the third to advance 73-50 at the Subway/Columbus North Invitational.

IPFW recruit Ariana Simmons racked up a game-high 29 points to lead South, who will square off with Norwell in Saturday’s semifinals at 11:45 a.m. DeJoyah Johnson chipped in 13 points and Lakyn Gulley 12 for the winners, now 8-1.

Mishawaka used a 21-6 second-quarter edge to rally for a 30-29 halftime lead. The Cavemen, which will meet Notre Dame Academy (Ky.) in a fifth-place bracket semifinal on Saturday at 10 a.m., were led by Taylor Parmley‘s 21 points.

Box score

Fort Wayne South — 23 – 6 – 21 – 23 — 73
Mishawaka — 9 – 21 – 7 -13 — 50

Fort Wayne South (8-1-) — Lakyn Gulley 12, Lynnia Noel 1, Maria Moore 3, Ariana Simmons 29, Brittni Clopton 6, DeJoyah Johnson 13, Chelsea Rogers 5.
Mishawaka (7-2-) — Paige Avery 10, Lauren Grewe 8, Taylor Parmley 21, Shelby Nelson 8, Kaitlin Elsasser 3.
3-point goals — Gulley 3, Johnson; Avery, Grewe 2.

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CN Invitational: Columbus North 65, Avon 33

December 21, 2012

2012 Columbus North/Subway InvitationalHost Columbus North, ranked No. 2 in Class 4-A, built a 17-8 first-quarter lead and placed three players in double figures to down Avon 65-33 in a first-round match up at the Subway/Columbus North Invitational.

Tayler Goodall netted 20 points, Ali Patberg added 12 and Kelsey Cunningham 10 as the Bull Dogs improved to 9-0.

Avon (3-6) was led by Rachel Griffin‘s 10 points, and Taylor Speckman contributed nine.

Columbus North will meet Roncalli in Saturday’s semifinal round at 11:45 a.m., while Avon will take on Fort Wayne Canterbury in a fifth-place bracket semifinal at 10 a.m.

Box score

Avon — 8 – 13 – 10 – 2 — 33
Columbus North — 17 – 15 – 18 – 15 — 65

Avon (3-6) — Taylor Speckman 9, Megan Hunt 4, Shelle Daniels 8, Rachel Griffin 10, Shae Daniels 2.
Columbus North (9-0) — Macy Wingham 2, Tayler Goodall 20, Kelsey Cunningham 10, Ali Patberg 12, Elle Williams 1, Emma Ballard 2, Paige Littrell 2, Hanna Ballard 6, Emmy Schabel 6.
3-point goals — Speckman; Goodall 2, Cunningham 2.

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CN Invitational: Roncalli 56, Fort Wayne Canterbury 40

December 21, 2012

2012 Columbus North/Subway InvitationalFreshmen Lindsey Corsaro tallied 15 points and Purdue recruit Bridget Perry chipped in 14 as Roncalli pummeled Class A No. 1 Fort Wayne Canterbury 56-40 in an opening round contest at the Subway/Columbus North Invitational.

Elizabeth Bowers and Kellie Kirkoff each added 11 points for the Roncalli, which will meet meet host Columbus North in a semifinal match up Saturday at 11:45 a.m.

Kindell Fincher and Darby Maggard paced Canterbury with 14 and 13 points, respectively. Bailey Farley added 11 in defeat for the Cavaliers (8-2)

Canterbury will meet Avon in Saturday’s fifth-place semifinals at 10 a.m.

Box score

Fort Wayne Canterbury — 9 – 13 – 8 – 10 — 40
Indianapolis Roncalli – 9 – 22 – 16 – 9– 56

Canterbury (8-2) — Darby Maggard 13, Bailey Farley 11, Emma Hyndman 2, Kindell Fincher 14.
Roncalli (10-1) — Kellie Kirkhoff 11, Lindsey Corsaro 15, Bridget Perry 14, Sam Bolen 4, Elizabeth Bowers 11, Morgan Hendricks 1.
3-point goals — Maggard 3, Farley 3, Fincher; Kirkoff 2, Corsaro.

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