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Girls Basketball Takes To Road For Non-Conference Action At Seton

Posted on: December 19, 2016

SETTING THE SCENE: Seeking an end to its current four-game losing streak, the Milford High School girls basketball team is back on court this week for just a single game when the Eagles visit Seton on Wednesday night. Milford enters the match-up on Cincinnati’s west side with a 2-5 record and trying to get back on track during a two-week break from Eastern Cincinnati Conference play.


A LOOK BACK: December 14 at Turpin: Turpin 35, Milford 32


The Eagles nearly overcame a nine-point deficit early in the fourth quarter before coming up just short at Turpin by a 35-32 score. A basket by Tori Gilman with 47 seconds left brought the Eagles within two but Kaitlyn Workman split a pair of free throws with 13 seconds left to put the hosts up three. Gilman’s game-tying three-pointer at the buzzer rimmed just off to end the game.



Milford 2-4, 1-3 Eastern Cincinnati Conference

Turpin 6-1, 4-0 Eastern Cincinnati Conference




Tori Gilman 10 points, 4 assists, 4 steals



Ellie Holt 10 points

Lindsey Veil 11 rebounds


NUGGET OF NOTE: Turpin was able to win despite committing 21 turnovers (to 13 for Milford) which led to 19 Eagles’ points.




December 17 vs. Walnut Hills: Walnut Hills 61, Milford 28


Milford ran into the buzzsaw that was Walnut Hills as they dropped a disappointing 61-28 decision in the first of two Battles of the ECC’s Eagles this season. Walnut shot a staggering 60 percent in the first half and 54 percent for the game, while Milford was limited to just eight field goals and 20 percent shooting for the afternoon.



Milford 2-5, 1-4 Eastern Cincinnati Conference

Walnut Hills 3-3, 3-1 Eastern Cincinnati Conference




Katelyn Rheude 8 points


Walnut Hills

Regan Anderson 18 points

Kennedi Myles 11 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 5 steals


NUGGET OF NOTE: Junior Bryn Rolfsen scored a career-high five points off the bench, including her first-ever three-pointer.




A LOOK AT THE OPPONENTS: A look at Milford’s schedule for the upcoming week:

  • Wednesday, Dec. 21 at Seton, 7:30 p.m.
    • 2016-17 Record: 1-5, 1-2 GGCL (RV Division I area coaches’ weekly poll)
    • Top Scorer: N/A
    • Last Meeting: 2016-17; Milford 71, Seton 60


INSIDE THE NUMBERS: A look at Milford’s statistical leaders through 7 games:

Points per game: Tori Gilman (14.6), Hannah Thierauf (11.9), Ashli Sheldon (5.3)

Assists per game: Tori Gilman (3.3), Olivia Redrow/Hayden White (1.0)

Rebounds per game: Olivia Redrow (6.0), Hayden White (5.7), Katelyn Rheude (5.0)

Steals: Tori Gilman (33), Katelyn Rheude (14), Hannah Thierauf (12)

Blocks: Katelyn Rheude/Ashli Sheldon/Hayden White (3)

Field goal percentage: Tori Gilman (.400), Hannah Thierauf (.370), Bryn Rolfsen (.261)

Three-point percentage: Hannah Thierauf (.520), Ashli Sheldon (.333), Tori Gilman (.222)

Free throw percentage: Katelyn Rheude (.800), Hannah Thierauf (.727), Tori Gilman (.600)


INSIDE THE ECC: The lead in the current Eastern Cincinnati Conference standings belongs to Kings as the Knights have opened the season 7-0 overall and 5-0 in league play. Turpin and Walnut Hills with just one league loss each are hot on the heels of Kings. The ECC schedule will now take a break until after the first of the new year.


POLL WATCH: Milford did not receive any votes in this week’s edition of the Division I area coaches’ poll, presented by the Cincinnati Enquirer and released on Dec. 19. Mason continues to be the heavy favorite, earning 13 of the 15 first place votes. Lakota West with one vote, Mount Notre Dame, McAuley with one vote and Ursuline make up the top-five. The ECC is represented by Walnut Hills in a tie for sixth, Kings in eighth, and Turpin in 10th, along with Glen Este and Loveland each receiving votes. The coaches’ poll is released every Monday at Noon at


Milford Eagles Season/Career Highs

Kyrsten Brown

Points—Season: N/A; Career: N/A

Rebounds—Season: 2 twice; Career: 2 twice (2016-17)

Assists—Season: 1 at Anderson; Career: 1 at Anderson (2016-17)


Tori Gilman

Points—Season: 29 vs. Princeton; Career: 29 vs. Princeton (2016-17)

Rebounds—Season: 6 at Anderson; Career: 7 vs. Anderson (2015-16)

Assists—Season: 6 at Winton Woods; Career: 6 twice


Ali Kirk

Points—Season: 3 at Loveland; Career: 3 at Loveland (2016-17)

Rebounds—Season: 4 vs. Princeton; Career: vs. Princeton (2016-17)

Assists—Season: 2 at Anderson; Career: 2 at Anderson (2016-17)


Maddie Plucinski

Points—Season: N/A; Career: N/A

Rebounds—Season: N/A; Career: N/A

Assists—Season: N/A; Career: N/A


Olivia Redrow

Points—Season: 9 vs. Princeton; Career: 9 vs. Princeton (2016-17)

Rebounds—Season: 10 vs. Glen Este; Career: 10 vs. Glen Este (2016-17)

Assists—Season: 3 at Anderson; Career: 3 at Anderson (2016-17)


Katelyn Rheude

Points—Season: 10 at Loveland; Career: 12 at Anderson (2015-16)

Rebounds—Season: 8 at Winton Woods; Career: 8 at Winton Woods (2016-17)

Assists—Season: 2 at Winton Woods; Career: 2 at Winton Woods (2016-17)


Bryn Rolfsen

Points—Season: 5 vs. Walnut Hills; Career: 5 vs. Walnut Hills (2016-17)

Rebounds—Season: 5 vs. Princeton; Career: 5 vs. Princeton (2016-17)

Assists—Season: 1 vs. Princeton; Career: 1 vs. Princeton (2016-17)


Ashli Sheldon

Points—Season: 10 twice; Career: 10 twice (2016-17)

Rebounds—Season: 7 vs. Princeton; Career: 7 vs. Princeton (2016-17)

Assists—Season: 1 three times; Career: 1 three times (2016-17)


Abby Thierauf

Points—Season: N/A; Career: N/A

Rebounds—Season: N/A; Career: N/A

Assists—Season: N/A; Career: N/A


Hannah Thierauf

Points—Season: 22 at Winton Woods; Career: 22 at Winton Woods (2016-17)

Rebounds—Season: 7 at Winton Woods; Career: 7 at Winton Woods (2016-17)

Assists—Season: 2 twice; Career: 2 twice (2016-17)


Hayden White

Points—Season: 7 at Anderson; Career: 11 vs. Middletown (2015-16)

Rebounds—Season: 14 at Anderson; Career: 14 at Anderson (2016-17)

Assists—Season: 2 twice; Career: 2 eight times