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V y V T V V T p V W J 'J 11 'J V M i J "J J U J"v" ' 1 1 u 4C THE PALM BEACH POST TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1998 s Athletes, results Statistics HIGH SCHOOL Athlete of the Week nominations will be taken each Sunday between 2-7 p.m. and are open to boys and girls in all winter sports. Fax nominations to (561) 820-4481 or (561) 820-4445, or call The Post sports department at (561) 820-4440 or at (800) 432-7595, ext. 4440. Also, coaches of all sports should report game results immediately following each athletic event, home and away, to (561) 820-4440. If the call is long-distance, please call (800) 432-7595, ext. 4440, or call the sports department collect. : Each Sunday between 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., The Palm Beach Post will compiler the following individual statistics for varsity baseball and softball teams: j H Batting leaders with games played, at-bats, hits and average; Home, run leaders; RBI leaders; stolen base leaders; B Pitching leaders with innings pitched, won-loss record and earned-run : average; strikeout leaders; and team overall records. ! Fax statistics to (561) 820-4481 or (561) 820-4445 or call (561) 820-4440 : or at (800) 432-7595, ext. 4440. : This week's polls .i! iulhium. jd uiim Statistics ATHLETES of the WEEK "---- y y "" - Baseball BASEBALL Chivalrik Daughtry Pitching 6A-5A-4A-3A Minimum 17 Innings pitched and maximum 3.00 ERA Batting 6A-5A-4A-3A Minimum 25 at-bats POST TOP 10 1. Vero Beach 10-2 2. Wellington : 11-2 3. John Carroll 9-2 4. Boca Raton 10-4 5. John I. Leonard 8-4 6. Palm Beach Gardens .11-4 7. Martin County 8-4 8. Cardinal Newman 8-4, 9. Port St. Lucie 9-4 10. Fort Pierce Westwood . . 8-4 of his first pitching start of the season. "He was real sharp," Howell said of Daughtry, who threw about 60 pitches. "I figured I better not overuse him his first outing." Howell said Daughtry, a quarterback on the football team, in the past has concentrat IP W-L ERA Matt Lynch, JC 26 4-0 0.00 Greg Eubanks, WEL 17 3-0 0.00 Bobby Bradley, WEL 29 5-0 0.24 Andy Wilson, VB 31 2-1 0.45 Erio Tatum, FH , 28 3-1. 0.50 Paul Trotman, SEB 17 2-0 0.86 Mike Tarry, VB 24 5-0 0.88 Justin Pope, WEL 28 3-1 1.00 Brian Sullivan, PSL 36 5-2 1.10 B. Davidson, SANT 29 3-1 1.21 Mike Perez, BR 23 3-14 1.22 Matt Henrie. CN 28 5 5-1 1.25 Billy Girard, RPB . 22 '2-0 1.27 Justin Fuller, WTD 19V4 2-0 1.45 Matt Bryan, CN 24 1-0 1.46 Kason Gabbard, RPB 36 4-2 1.51 Jason Spells, FPW 26'A ,3-1 1.71 Gehad Shatara, GC 36 3-2 1.75 Tim McPherson, PBG 34 3-1 1 .80 Mike Harvey, CN 23's 2-2 1.80 Michael Wood, FH 27 0-3 1.81 Andre Gonzales, JIL 25!6 4-0 1.93 Ron Heavyside, ATL 25'b 3-1 1.93 Nick Weissing, OH 28 2-2 1 .95 Martha McCall PBG 12, Jackie Machetta SANT 12, Jackie Pavone SANT 12, Whitney Woolridge , PBL 1 2, Lisa Luisi LW 1 2, Lindsay Testa PBG 11. . Valerie Seminerio SUN 1 1 , Amanda Rothrock LW 1 1, Kelly Ternenyi ATL 1 1, Elena Aguilar ATL 1 1, Shandera Parrish OH 1 1 , Jessica Chase PBL 1 1 , Nicole Roberts SANT 1 1, Jenel Thompson WTD 1 1, Teri Morgan SANT 11, Jennifer King SANT , 10, Ashley Blow RPB 10, Christine Hochdorfer WTD 10, Tiffany DiPerri PBL 10, Nadine Young SANT 10, Jennifer Fichter PSL 10, Kristen Casey RPB 9, Megan Kozar PBG 9, Dudley Commander ; CN 9, Shannon Defrietes BR 9, Shelagh Grubb ', ATL 9, Pysha Simmons LW 9, Jennifer Bozenbury SUN 9, Knstina Laari LW 9, Meredith Matson PBG 8, Angie Gabana PJP 8, Katie Brandon CN ; 8, Sara Mariani CN 8, Barbara Marshton CN 8. Desi Layman JIL 8, Jen Lombardi BR 8, Katie Tierney BR 8. ' Stolen bases (minimum 5): Jennifer Stump . LW 20, Jackie Marchetta SANT 15, Jinny Mat- thews OH 12, Jessica Mendenhall PSL 12, Jessica Pomar VB 1 1, Nina Armstrong LW 1 1, , Ashley Blow RPB 10, Barbara Marshton CN 10, : Kinsey Manning BR 9, Amy Ketcham PSL 8, Desi ' Layman JIL 8, Michile Frances ATL 8, Kristina Laari LW 7, Megan Hosea CN 7,.Julie Maineville WTD 7, Jackie Pavone SANT 7, Jennifer King ; SANT 6, Christine Hochdorfer WTD 6, KJ Kerr , PBL 6, Tiffany DiPerri PBL 6. Stephanie Hoch- houser PJP 6, Jennifer Bozenbury SUN 6, Jenni- 1 fer Hardy PSL 6, Nicole Badala OH 5, Meredith , Matson PBG 5, Angie Gabana PJP 5, Andrea Suen PJP 5. ; Classes 2A-1A Minimum 16 at-bats By Steve Dorsey P(flm Beach Post Staff Writer , Getting hit by a baseball can make a player a little shy at the plate. Getting hit four times in two games can be devastating. . That's what happened to Santaluces senior Chivalrik Daughtry about two weeks ago. "He got a little gun-shy and struck out five or six times after that," Santaluces coach Sam Howell said. "All of a sudden he went on a tear this past week.".. Daughtry went 8-for-ll with five RBI and three runs in three games last week, two of them wins. Daughtry also recorded eight strikeouts in four innings ed more on football during the on-season but last summer 0 AB H Avg. 13 39 22 ' .564 12 34 18 .529 15 52 25 .481 14 32 15 .469 15 51 23 .468 15 47 22 .460 12 37 17 .459 14 48 22 .458 13 40 18 .450 14 47 21 .447 11 34 15 .441 14 37 16 .432 15 49 21 .428 II 33 14 .424 13 36 15 .417 14 39 16 .410 14 42 17 .405 10 25' 10 .400 11 35 14 .400 14 35 14 .400 14 40 16 .400 15 40 16 .400 15 50 20 .400 11 38 15 .394 10 28 11 .393 15 51 20 .390 12 41 16 .390 12 41 16 .390 12 36 14 .389 12 39 15 .385 15 39 15 .385 14 39 15 .385 15 49 18 .376 12 32 12 .375 12 40 15 .375 Mark Stowe, ATL Kyle Smith, ATL George Sandell, PBG Albert Ware, FPC Zach Miner, PBG Chad Oliva, PBG Alex Fernandez, WTD C. Daughtry, SAN Gabe Johnson, ATL J. Saltalamacchia, PBL Neil Jenkins, WTD Ruben Guerrero, OKEE Diego Santos, GC David Slevin, JC Robert Holbrook, FH Roger Mottley, GC Eric McKay, FPC Francis Finnerty, JIL Brian Hoag, JC Dax Hughes. SANT Wes Rivera, PBL Marty Sheehan, RPB Dave Spalding, JUP Scott Hanley, PJP Orlando Tirado, JC Kason Gabbard, RPB Cliff Gailey, LW Robert Weihs, LW Justin Fuller, WTD Damian Colon, FH Ryan Sneider, PSL Bryan Zech, BR Luke Hohreiter, SUN Josh Lane, FPW Andy Wilson, VB played on a travel team and "it's really helped him. Daughtry, who Howell said has been playing "super center field for us, leads the Chiefs m STATE POLL First-places votes in parenthesis: CLASS oA 1. Miami Soulhridge (14) 16-0 2. Altamonte Springs-Lake Brantley 12-3 3. Orlando-Boone 13-0 4. Gonzalez-Tate 11-1 5. Cooper City 14-0 .Wellington ' 11-2 7. Winter Garden-West Orange 13-1 8. Brandon 9-1 I. Vero Beach 10-2 10. Palm Bay 9-3 CLASS 5A 1. Jacksonyille-Terry Parker (14) 14-0 2. Merrill Island 11-2 3. Sarasota 11-3 ' 4. Venice 9-2 5. Pensacola-Plne Forest 9-4 6. Bellevlew 11-1 7. Lakeland-George Jenkins NA 8. Jacksonville-First Coast 11-2 9. Land 0' Lakes 10-2 10. Fort Lauderdale-St. Thomas 9-3 Also receiving votes: Palm Beach Gardens (11- 4), Port St. Lucie (9-4). batting average (.458) and runs (11). Jen Lombardi Strikeouts (minimum 25): Brian Sullivan PSL 54, Matt Lynch JC 53, Bobby Bradley WEL 50. Brian Chumney SUN 50, Kason Gabbard RPB 48, Brian Sullivan PSL 47, Eric Tatum FH 47, Mike Choquette PBL 46, Tim McPherson PBG 46, Brent Bush BR 42, T.J. Stanton FPC 38, Andy Wilson VB 38, Mike Barnett OH 37, Matt Henrie CN 37, Mike Tarry VB 37, W.J. Hasey PJP 36, David Baum MC 36, Nick Weissing OH 35, Justin Pope WELL 34, Ryan Ross WTD 34, Ryan Johnson JC 34, Michael Wood FH 33, Greg Schlottman SR 33. Ron Heavyside ATL 32, Brandon Davidson SANT 32, Dave Eddinger BR 31, Brad Hager PJP 31, Larry Lankow FPC 31, Joe Stacker OH 30, Josh Blanchard 30, Jason Spells FPW 29, Alberto Gonzalez JIL 29. Mark Beals VB 29, Pete Gavillan JIL 28, Greg Schlottman SR 28, Roger Mottley GC 28, Brent Selph SEB 27, Gabe Johnson ATL 27, Tucker Rigsby JC' 26, Greg Eubanks WEL 26, Ryan Johansen MC 25, Mike Harvey CN 25, Bryan Knapp FH 26, Joey Friend OKEE 25. Q AB H Avg. 5 19 14 .737 8 19 13 .684 5 17 10 .588 5 17 10 .588 9 28 16 .571 11 35 19 .543 9 25 13 .520 12 29 15 .517 9 23 11 .478 5 19 9 .474 12 29 13 .448 12 25 11 .440 6 16 7 .438 Lauren Labaney, SUM Kimmy Carter, KA Amanda Adeimy, SUM Crystal Reed, SUM Alissa Talsma, LWC J. Mossadeghi, KA Shelby Callaway, LWC Cristina Lockheart, GD Michelle Gilde, LWC Emily Wiggs, SUM Jodi Benson, GD Heia Barhoush, GD Catherine Shaw, BEN Classes 2A-1A Minimum 13 innings pitched and maximum 3.00 ERA By Dani Davies Palm Beach Post Staff Writer Boca Raton first-baseman Jen Lombardi is a slugger. She went 3-for-3 with a game-tying triple for the Bobcats in a 4-3 district win over Fort Lauderdale on Thursday, and coach Art Bellisari describes the three-year starter as the "nucleus of the ballclub." .. The 5-foot-9 senior captain had been in a slump until the Fort Lauderdale game. "She had gone six or seven at-bats without a hit, and that just pumped her up," Bellisari said. "She came out of that slump big-time." Lombardi, who has a 3.6 GPA and is president of the Boca Alliance for Student Excellence, was first team All-Conference and All-District last season. "We've had some really great teams, and she's been my starter for three years," Bellisari said. "She's a very good college prospect." Although she didn't start playing fast-pitch softball until her freshman year, Lombardi has made an impact for the Bobcats (15-5, 4-1). The lefty bats a consistent .380. "She's so congenial. She gets along with everybody," Bellisari said. "She jokes around when people are down gets them back up." ERA 1.62 2.00 2.50 IP 13 29 14 W-L 2-0 4-1 1-1 Troy Roberson. KA Lane Crews. GD Pat McCormick. KA CLASS 4A 1. Tampa-Jesuit (13) 11-1 2. Key West (1) 13-3 3. Jacksonville-Bishop Kenny 13-0 4. Jacksonville-Englewood 10-1 5. Crestview 11-3 6. Pace 12-2 7. Miami-Monsignor Pace 10-6 8. Orlando-Bishop Moore 9-4 9. Sebring 9-1 10. Fort Plerce-Westwood M Also receiving votes: Forest Hill (7-5). CLASS 3A 1. Tampa Catholic (14) 9-0 2. Melbourne-Florida Air Academy 11-1 3. Marianna NA 4. Tavernier-Coral Shores 12-2 5. Clearwater Central Catholic 7-3 6. Hollywood-Chamlnade 12-1-1 7. Tallahassee-Florida High NA I. Jacksonville-Bolles 8-5 9. Melbourne Central Catholic 7-4 10. Cardinal Newman 8-4 Also receiving votes: Pope John Paul (8-6). Home runs (minimum 2): Jodi Benson GD 3, Crystal Reed SUM 2, Lindsay Curtiss GD 2, Lisa Benson GD 2, Shelby Callaway LWC 2, Alissa Talsma LWC 2. RBI (minimum 8): Shelby Calloway LWC 13. Kim Long MH 13, Amanda Adeimy SUM 12, ; Christina Lockheart GD 1 1 , Alissa Talsma LWC ' 1 1, Jennifer Mossadeghi KA 10, Crystal Reed SUM 10. Lauren Labounty SUM 10, Lamey Bond MH 9, Jodi Benson GD 9, Samantha Williams MH 8, Bethany Hoye LWC 8, Katheryn Pressley MH 8, Sasha Shulman BEN 8. Stolen bases (minimum 7): Erin Storey MH : 21, Kelly Bolton MH 18, Katherine Pressley MH 17, Kim Long MH 13, Samantha Williams MH : 1 1, Kelly Norris LWC 12, Lainey Bond MH 10, : Lauren Labounty SUM 10, Michelle Gilde LWC 9, : Ashley Toms MH 8, Niki Hazellief MH 7, Alissa Talsma LWC 7. Home runs (minimum 3): Zach Miner PBG 6. Adam Brown JIL 4, Andy Wilson VB 4, Mickey Torrello PSL 4, Pete Gavillan JIL 3, Mike Murray BR 3, Kyle Gabbard WEL 3. Neil Jenkins WTD 3, Justin Fuller WTD 3, Dave Spalding JUP 3, John Robinson OH 3, Chad Oliva PBG 3. RBI (minimum 10): Chad Oliva PBG 20, Mark Stowe ATL 20, Mike Murray BR 18, Zach Miner PBG 16, Andy Wilson VB 16, Alberto Gonzalez JIL 15, John Robinson OH 15, Wes Rivera PBL 15, Johnnie Mullins GC 15, Eric McKay FPC 15, Diego Santos GC 14, Pete Gavillan JIL 14, George Sandell PBG 13, Justin Saltalamacchia PBL 13, Roger Mottley GC 13, Adam Brown JIL 12, Dave Spalding JUP 14, Kason Gabbard RPB 14, Kyle Gabbard WEL 14, Steve Harshman SEB 14. William Lockheart RPB 13, Justin Fuller WTD 12, David Goldfarb SR 12, Luke Hohreiter SUN 12, David Goldfarb SR 12, Jason Pearson PAH 12, Kyle Smith ATL 1 1, Ray Stefanelli OH 1 1, Mickey Torrello PSL 11, Josh Trimm SEB 11, Josh Intoppa CN 10. Tim McPherson PBG 10, Mike Tarry VB 10, Bryan Zech BR 10, Josh Redman SEB 10, Brad Halvor-son PBG 10, Mike Masiello WEL 10, Jam! Tomlinson FPW 10. Albert Ware FPC 10. Stolen bases (minimum 7): Diego Santos GC 27, Eric Scala SEB 16, Albert Ware FPC 15, Adam Brown JIL 1 3, Dan Simon SUN 1 3, Johnnie Mullins GC 13, Gabe Johnson ATL 12, Kyle Smith ATL 12, Tom Simms PSL 1 1, Willie Styles GC 1 1, Roger Mottley GC 10. Chivalnk Daughtry SANT 9, Neil Jenkins WTD 8, Justin Saltalamacchia PBL 8, Eric McKay FPC 8, Joel Fosselman STA 7, Beau McMillan CN 7, Joey Mazzeo RPB 7, Neil Jenkins WTD 7, Al Newland BR 7, John Peyton SUN 7, Eric Baltazar PAH 7. Strikeouts (minimum 20): Lane Crews GD 47, Joe Collier MH 23, Howard Anderson MH 21. SOFTBALL Batting 6A-5A-4A-3A Minimum 25 at-bats Pitching 6A-5A-4A-3A Minimum 30 innings pitched and maximum 2.99 ERA HONORABLE MENTION Jennifer Olds, SUN Elena Aguilar, ATL Barbara Marston, CN Jen Bozenbury SUN Bobbie Brandon, CN C. Morgan, RPB Amy Ketcham, PSL IP W-L ERA Amy Ketcham, PSL 31 4-1 0.22 Karin Edwardson, SANT 37 3-1 0.5'. Abbey Cornelius, LW 87 9-5 0.64 Teri Morgan, SANT 48 9-1 0.73, Jessica Chase, PBL 75 9-6 0.75 Betsy Everett, CN 31 7-1 0.90 Lindsay Testa, PBG 64 9-2 0.98 Kinsey Manning, BR 47 5-1 1.19 Jennifer Olds, SUN 38 3-2 1.47. Carrie Bielicki, VB 56 6-3 1.75 Michele Brunet, JIL 55VS 3-6 1.75 Tracy Thomas, BR 49 5-4 2.14 CLASS 2A 1. Miami-Westminster Christian (14) ... 13-2-1 I John Carroll 9-1 3. King's Academy a-2 4. Daytona Beach-Father Lopez NA 5. Glades Day 12-2 6. Mayo-Lafayette 8-2 7. Fort Lauderdale-Westminster Academy . 9-5 8. Mlaml-Dade Christian NA 9. Lakeland-Santa Fe Catholic NA 10. Port St. Joe NA CLASS 1A 1. Miami-Brito (6) 12-3 2. Miramar-Florlde Bible (7) 8-3 3. Winter Haven-All Saints (1) 10-2 4. Jacksonville-Country Day 4-1 5. Miami-Northwest Christian 9-0 6. Orlando-First Academy 7-3 7. Bradenton Christian 7-0 8. Gainesville-Oak Hall 8-4 9. Jupiter Christian 3-1 10. Bradenton-Saint Stephen's 4-2 Softball Classes 2A-1A Minimum 15 at-bats Q AB H Avg. 11 32 18 .563 14 45 25 .556 11 28 15 .536 11 31 16 .516 11 33 17 .515 14 37 19 .514 13 42 21 .500 11 33 16 .485 16 54 26 .481 11 25 12 .480 16 44 21 .477 18 44 21 .477 11 31 14 .452 11 29 13 .448 13 38 17 .447 13 27 12 .444 19 50 22 .440 13 41 18 .439 11 28 12 .429 11 21 9 .429 19 47 20 .426 14 33 14 .424 13 43 18 .419 12 31 13 .419 19 48 20 .417 14 36 15 .417 15 41 17 .415 13 41 17 .415 19 41 17 .415 9 27 11 .407 II 32 13 .406 11 25 10 .400 12 25 10 .400 16 50 20 .400 Megan Hosea, CN J. Marchetta, SANT Katie McGowan, PJP N. Moschetti, SANT Jennifer Stump, LW Meredith Matson, PBG Valerte Semineno, SUN Kelly Whitley, PBG Mary Coffey, PJP K.J. Kerr, PBL J. Mendenhall, PSL C. Moschiannel, CN Mary Coffey, PJP Jessica Chase, PBL Jennifer King, SANT Lindsay Testa, PBG Angie Gubana, PJP Tiffany DiPerri, PBL Angie Gabana. PJP Amy Bellisari, BR Skye Rowlison, PSL W. Woolndge, PBL Jennifer Rudock, SANT Jennifer Fichter. PSL S. Cirrincione, ATL Tye Milani, PJP Jackie Pavone. SANT 0 AB H Avg. Daniel Coke, MH 9 27 16 .593 Justin Gregory, GD 14 31 18 .581 Alex Rey, GD 14 41 22 .537 Pablo Sanchez, GD 14 32 16 .500 Kyle McNamara, GD 14 22 11 .500 Brandon Mason, JUPC 7 16 8 .500 Jared Sergent, MH 9 33 16 .485 James Roxby, GD 14 34 16 .471 Zach Threlkeld. GD 12 29 13 .448 Dale Wmgate, KA 8 29 13 .448 Howard Anderson, MH 9 27 12 .444 Ned Perry, KA 8 21 9 .429 Joe Collier, MH 9 29 12 .414 Eddie Romero, KA 8 17 7 .412 Farron Williams, MH 9 25 10 .400 Strikeouts (minimum 15): Jessica Chase! PBL 103, Abbey Cornelius LW 70, Jinny Mat., thews OH 70, Lindsay Testa PBG 65, Carrie Bielicki VB 57, Michele Brunet JIL 49. Gretta Statler PJP 46, Jessica Mendenhall PSL 45, Christine Hochdorfer WTD 43, Kristen Davis BR 4 1 , Jennifer Olds SUN 4 1 , Amy Ketcham PSL 35, Pysha Simmons LW 32, Karen Edwardson SANT 29. Stephanie Scirrincione ATL 29, Teri Morgan SANT 28, Alyssa Tolsma 28, Tracy Thomas BR 28, Katie McGowan PJP 26, Betsy Everett CN 25. Julie Malnville WTD 22. Erica Eggen CN 21, Angie Shank RPB 17, Cassandra Morgan RPB 15, Katie Larkin SUN 15. ATLANTIC: Mark Stowe, a senior third baseman on the baseball team, extended his hitting streak to seven games with an RBI single against John I. Leonard. He is hitting a team-high .564. . . . Kelly Ternenyi, a member of the softball team, went 3-for-6 with three RBI in two games. BOCA RATON: Mike Murray, a sophomore on the baseball team, went 3-for-6, scored two runs and had three RBI In two wins. LAKE WORTH: Abbey Cornelius, a pitcher on the softball team, allowed five hits and no earned runs while striking out 16 in two games. She also no-hit Santaluces, one of the area's top softball teams, for eight Innings. . OLYMPIC HEIGHTS: Joe Stacker, a senior pitcher on the baseball team, threw a complete-game four-hitter and struck out 1 1 in a win against Spanish River. PALM BEACH LAKES: Jessica Chase, a pitcher on the softball team, threw two shutouts in three games, striking out 20. POPE JOHN PAUL: Tera Knler went 2-for-3 with a triple, home run, two runs and two RBI. ROYAL PALM BEACH: Justin Crochunls, a member of the baseball team, went 3-for-10 with four RBI Shenan Moore, a sophomore pitcher on the softball team, struck out nine and threw a three-hitter In a loss to Cardinal Newman. SCHOOL OF THE ARTS: Carlos Perez-Rlvas, a junior golfer, shot a 4 1 to lead the team to a 194-200 victory over Forest Hill. SPANISH RIVER: Jordan Burt, a senior pitcher on the baseball team, threw a complete-game five-hitter, allowing only one earned run, and struck out 1 2 in a loss to Lake Worth. SUMMIT CHRISTIAN: Lauren Labounty, a pitcher on the softball team, threw a no-hitter against Berean Christian and went 4-for-6 for the week, with five RBI and four runs. WELLINGTON: Mike Collum, a junior second baseman on the baseball team, returned from a slight concussion incurred against Palm Beach Lakes and had two RBI, scored a run and played excellent defense in a win against district nval John I. Leonard. WILLIAM T. DWYER: Marlssa Mowatt, a junior on the girls track team, scored in all four events the 100-meter hurdles, 100, 200 and high jump at the Glades Central Invitational meet. . . . Justin Fuller, a junior first basemanpitcher on the baseball team, went 6-for-1 0, including two home runs and six RBI and also pitched a two-hitter against South Fork. . . . Julie Malnville, a member of the softball team, went 2-for-3 with two doubles. Classes 2A-1A Minimum 20 Innings pitched and maximum 2.99 ERA IP wl ERA Ashley Toms, MH 27 4-0 1.03 Brooke Saxon. KA 75 8-3 1 .3 1 " Katherine Pressley, MH 30 4-0 2.10. Sasha Shulman, BEN 49 6-3 2.43 POST TOP 10 1. Martin County 11-0 2. Santaluces 14-2 3. Palm Beach Gardens .11-2 4. Moore Haven 8-1 5. Lincoln Park Academy 10-3 6. King's Academy 8-3 7. Fort Pierce Central 9-2 8. Cardinal Newman 10-2 9. Boca Raton 10-5 10. Lake Worth 13-7 Records do not include Monday's games. Nome runs (minimum 2): James Roxby GD 4, Joe Collier MH 2, Justin Gregory GD 2, Alex Rey GD 2, Brandon Mason JUPC 2, B.J. Smith JUPC 2, Jason Chwolick JUPC 2, Chris Zaccaro KA 2, Pat McCormick KA 2. RBI (minimum 8): Alex Rey GD 20, James Roxby GD 19, Justin Gregory GD 14, Howard Anderson MH 12. Dale Wingate KA 11, Carl Hogan MH 9, Jerod Sergent MH 8, B.J. Smith JUPC 8, Derek Furtak JUPC 8, Chris Zaccaro KA 8 Stolen bases (minimum 5): Matt Laurenzo JUPC 5, Chris Zaccaro KA 5, Ned Perry KA 5, Daniel Coke MH 5. Horn runs (minimum 2): Aunnie Brahs ATL 3, Carrie Bielecki VB 2, Stephanie Hochhouser PJP 2, Christine Sweeney SANT 2, Jennifer Stump LW 2. Katie Brandon CN 2, Dudley Commander CN 2, Jamie DuPont SANT 2, Nicole Roberts SANT 2. RBI (minimum 8): Cassandra Morgan RPB 20, Jennifer Olds SUN 17, Amy Bellisan BR 16, Megan Hosea CN 1 6, Jessica Mendenhall PSL 1 5, Jamie DuPont SANT 1 5, Bobbie Brandon CN 14, Aunnie Brahs ATL 14, Jennifer Stump LW 14, KJ Kerr PBL 13, Ashley Benson LW 13, Strikeouts (minimum 15): Katherine Press--ley MH 56, Brooke Saxon KA 43. Sasha Shulman BEN 42, Ashley Toms MH 35, Alissa Talsma LWC 30, Hadley Doyle BEN 22, Amanda Adeimy SUM 16. Santaluces pounds Palm Beach Lakes 13-3 Ftorida Bible Lake Worth Christian WO 000 -J 1 I 400 405-13 1 Special to The Palm Beach Post LANTANA Junior shortstop Jackie Mar Aran go and Rivera. Taisma and Callaway. W Talsma (6-4) L -Aran go (3-3) 2B-LWC: Callaway. 3B-LWC. Clark, Hoye. HR-LWC; Callaway. chetta went 3-for-3 with three RBI, two runs and two steals, and sophomore right fielder BASEBALL Jennifer King went 3-for-3 with three runs, three steals and one KB1 to lead bantaluces to a 13-3 victory against Palm Beach Lakes in a Glades Central 2, Wellington 0: Roger Mottley threw a two-hit shutout, striking out nine and walking none as the Raiders (7-9) upset the Wolverines (11-3, No. 2 in The Palm and No. 6 in the Class 6A state poll). Resultsschedule Baseball Monday's result Giades Central t Wellington 0 Pope John Paul 4, All-Star Academy 3 John Carroll St Albans (N Y ) 0 V. Edward's 5, View Point (Calif. ) 2 Vero Beach 5, Fori Pierce Central 2 Today's games Boca Raton at St. Thomas Aquinas, 3:30 p.m. Glades Day at Benjamin, 3 30 p m. ' Forest Hill at R oyal Palm Beach, 3:30 p.m. Giades Central at Pahokee, 3:30 p.m. " King's Academy at FP West wood, 4 p.m. 1 Jupiter Christian at Summit Christian, 4 p.m. Berean Christian at All-Star Academy, 4 p.m. Lake Worth Christian at Zion Lutheran, 4 p.m. PB Gardens at Olympic Heights, a p.m. Suncoast at Cardinal Newman. 7 p.m. tPort St Lucie at Martin County, 7 p.m. Deerfieid Beach at Atlantic, 7 p.m. John I Leonard at Santaluces, 7 p m. Pompano Beech-Efy at Spanish River, 7 p.m. Lake Worth at Palm Beach Lakes, 7 p.m. Jupiter at South Fork, 7 p.m. high school softball game Monday. Lakes, par Jt. GIRLS Vera Beach 221, Fart Pierce Central 247 VERO BEACH (7-1) - Jones S3, Ward 56, Howard $9, McGinnis 60. FORT PIERCE CENTRAL (5-4) - Tranter 56, Sasson 57, Clift 60, Lindsey 74. At Sand Ridge Golf Course, Vero Beach, par 36. Today's matches All matches at 3:30 p.m. unless noted BOYS Palm Beach Lakes, Fort Pierce Central at John I. Leonard Pope John Paul at Royal Palm Beach Suncoast at Palm Beach Gardens Boca Raton at Olympic Heights Cardinal Newman and Atlantic at Lake Worth William T Dwyer at Jupiter Wellington at Spanish River Fort Pierce Westwood at Sebastian River GIRLS Olympic Heights at Boca Raton Jupiter at William T. Dwyer Spanish River at Wellington m iit.mwhmjiii aja mm -V - Jr -; .J, .- ."". - Roundup WMIingrait Gladai Central oa aoa a-a Ml aoa i-l 1 1 Junior third baseman Jennifer Rudock went 2-for-4 with a double, homer and three RBI for Burnett and Orton, Molliry and Styles. W Mottley (4-2). L Burnett Pope John Paul 4, All-Star Academy 3: Brett Urie singled in Erick Hernandez and Scott Hanley followed with an RBI double as the Eagles (8-7) rallied in the seventh inning to beat All-Star Academy (7-3). Santaluces (15-2 and No. 2 in The Palm Beach Tennis Post Top 10). Softball Jamie Leakey hit a three-run homer for Palm Beach Lakes (9-11). All-Star Academy oeoe John Pant ana in ij 5 1 tmtl- i 2 Palm Mack Lain JSt 1 14 DeAngeui and Miio. Hemanoei. Ha&ey 14) and Tempieman lr (-3) L-DeAnoeiu 14-1). 2B-ASA-Keiiher, LaBoy. HR-PJP-aey BILL INGRAM, "Staff Photographer Suncoast's Kelly Miller lays down a bunt in the Chargers' 10-1 win against Pope John Paul. Miller reached first on an error. Chasa and Lcaxcy, Morgan and Vowng w Morgan (la-l). L Chax (i-7) le-S-Rudock, Young, Moacettl. HR-PBL-Laakay S-(nv B.Mlark BASKETBALL John I. Leonard 5, Wellington 3: Sophomore left fielder Mara Baker went 3-for-3 with a double, one run and one RBI to Monday's results Santaluces 13. Palm Beach Lakes 3 Joyai Palm Beach 30. Gledes Central S Eau Gal tie S, John Carroll I Martm County 7. Port S Lucie t John I Leonard S, Wellington 3 Spanish River 12 Pompano Beach-E ly 2 Atlantic M), Deerfieid Beach King s Academy 12. W T Dwyer Suncoast Kt. Pope John Paul I Lae Worth Chnsttan 13, Florida Bible I Today's fames FP Westwood at Royal Palm Beach, 4 p m South Fork at Port St Lucie, 4pm Card-net Newman at Bemamin. 4 pm. Ju ptter Christian a Summit Chrtin. 4 pm. 2.o Lumran at La Worth Christian. 4 p m. North Broward at Berean Christian, 4pm Paim Bth Gardens at W T Dwyer, 4 pm. Lae Worm a Spams River. 4 pm. La&e at G'edes Day 4pm Verc Beach a' veungon. 4pm Fort Pierce Cettr t jpte-, 6 pm. lead the Lancers (6-10). King's Academy 12, W.T. Dwyer 0: Senior catcher Kimmy Carter went 3-for-3 with two doubles, a homer, four RBI and three runs for the Lions (9-3). r m e- 1 aaa m t-l ritfi,b and ueimeft. Brunet. Layman tSi and L.amd. man t Ootiiie TO-jil Bauer, t nrmanrraut SDanish River 12. Pomoano Beach- v 14-tj n Mender! result BOYS Okeechobee , Pert Pierce Central Singlet: Wright (O) by default. Ellis (O) d Dl-Coia H e-Jl Heckett IOI d Scribner t-l t-l; Stephen (O) o Humphrey M. t-0, Verrecchlo (01 4 Hoffman a-Z. 4-0 Devbtes: Wright-verrecchio (01 d OiCola Scnbner I I E "it Stephen (O) d Humphrey -Hoftman H Recard: OK EE W-l 6IDLS OteeOabaa i. Met Fierce Central 1 ligtei Huuaifi (01 d Canteiupo fr-& ft-0. Jabber lO) d Boren e-0 e-0. Wright lO) d Aguiiera H, t-l Demeter (01 d Mrxeil t-l. -. Scarth (FPCI d Heniey t-l. t-e DewMet: Htmam-jab-bar (Ol d Canteiupe-Aguilera a-a. Wright Demeter (Ol d Srngur Boren llecerdt: Ok.EE S-7. Wituem T. Dwyer , e-en ( Lecie I Singlea; Virga IWTDI won by foreftt; Divon (WTO) d Gvriet Homan (WTDI d Martia-em H; Morena (Pill d Pr.ce It St.ggeri (PSLI d Cooper le Oawblet: Diron-Homan (WTO) d S'ggeri-Girriel I I Martineili Worena (PSL I d Cooeer-Price t-S lecerdv WTO (Ml. Tedetri awattwet AH metcftet at I 3d a m. aleis aeted Lincoln Pera Academy at Fort Pterct Central W T Dwyer at Otymp Megfcrt John I Leonard at AnertHt Covnty Suncoaft at Ben.mm weti-ngon e Lee wort Povai Peirp fW h at Foret HiH Sentauce m' Spn,h diver Atiannc at Pope iow Paul Jvpier at South Ford Boys volleyball Tateyl fmm Ah am aa p m wttt wwW L ri-Hi t Sc's O pv Pm hJX M'f r-t4 Mitt C' k te ys fa.m Beach Lakes l-x at t feor a a ar jf.n i i ''fl a1 bVph trfl1 -w-. t p Beach Gardens J-tef a -!im T Dwyer Kmfl Academy T. Owvr 1 n i Elv 2: Crissv Hanniean went 3-for-3 as the Sharks (5-5) beat the Tigers (3-1 1 ) Track Wellington girls coach resigns: After nine years as coach of the Wellington girls basketball team, Larry Griesemer, who led the Wolverines to the regional semifinals this season, has resigned. Griesemer, who will continue teaching biology at Wellington, said he wants to continue his 17-year coaching career at the collegiate level. "I think the program at Wellington has been built into one that's well respected and well known," said Griesemer, who is the chairperson of the school's science department "It was a hard road, but at this point I'm happy with where it is. Now it's time for someone else to come in and build further." The Palm B ach Post Coach of the Year in 19iS, Griesemer compiled a 179-82 record as the program blossomed during his reign. 111 - n 1 an II tl I tVMa"ewe aecOty ia River Caiderone ana Brook Herman, hann.oen i, and Or A-Herman IH C-Ceioerene ra-Pe-Snup. SR-Orr, Frynl JB-SR-Wenn.- Today's meets Coo- fteieyt at Lawn wood S4vnv Fort erce tpm J I Leonard ksewma a Santetac, a p m tae rVo'tti at Paim & G-tani 4 pm, "g s JVedemv. Sc&M, So- Rer and fypw: yt at 4pm r Dwver Ptwee . 90 Fores' HiM. Pem. Gieoet Cer! at jup-er. 4 pm. I Atlantic 10. Deerfieid Beach 0: Soph Sao" and Carter Me'n,ite and f oer rV-Saion i-Ji, L Man-ruie 2B-K Carter t Moueoegni, Barnev Tnompton. HR-K: Career Suncoast 10, Pope John Paul 1: Jennifer Olds struck out eight and went 2-for-5 with a triple and three RBI for the Chargers (6-6). Waceatt "? t-W U I Pee jet Pol aaa an t- i n OOt ed Bore-Cvry Mtowan ad Hur-ey O-dt 2 C Lake Worth Christian 13. Florida Bible 2: Shelby Callaway went 2-for-3 with a homer, double and three RBI as the Defenders (6-4) defeated the Warriors (3-7). omore right-hander Stephanie Cirrincione threw a no-hitter, striking out five and walking one as the Eagles (10-5) beat Deerfieid Beach (7-10). Coff eat aaa- t t x aaa-ai t I ton tardm " ' cee me cC"S- ifw ii - C"on 2e c..rtret, C.eom4' Vo'D. ? 'm M Cent Mwra V-Ctrr.tne i.- S r -4 7 wner. Ctrr Dani Davies am. ! W 4

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