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THE PALM BEACH POST WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1998 5C MSL W , High schools Resultsschedule Goif Glades Day (13 - 2) wins again Baseball ! f ) natntB. Okeechobee i.. ar.iln. lUlllia John Carroll romps 1 1-0 over Moore Haven; Royal Palm Beach outlasts Forest Hill 10-9. Special to The Palm Beach Post NORTH PALM BEACH Senior righthander Lane Crews threw a complete-game five-hitter with 10 strikeouts and four walks to lead Glades Day to a 10-1 win against Benjamin in a high school baseball game Tuesday. Zack Threlkeld went 3-for-5 with a triple and four RBI, and Alex Rey went 3-for-4 with three RBI for Glades Day (13-2 and No. 5 in the Class 2A state poll). (2-3) 2B-0-Morgan. HR-O-Crawford. . B Cardinal Newman 5, Suncoast 2: Brian Williams went 2-for-4 with two doubles and Matt Ilenrie went 2-for-3 with three RBI to lead the Crusaders (9-4) over the Chargers (3-13). Baseball Tuesday's rtsults Glades Day 10, Benjamin 1 St. Thomas 10, Boca Raton 8 Okeechobee 10, Desoto 0 Cardinal Newman 5, Suncoast 2 John Carroll II, Moore Haven 0 Royal Palm Beach 10, Forest Hill 9 Palm Beach Lakes 6, Lake Worth 2 Jupiter Christian 17, Summit Christian 4 Palm Beach Gardens 10, Olympic Heights 3 Jupiter 12, South Pork 1 Today's games Lincoln Park at Royal Palm Beach, 4 p.m. W.T. Dwyer at Palm Beach Lakes, 7 p.m. Wellington at Santaluces, 7 p.m. Softball Tuesday's results Vero Beach 13, Wellington 1 Royal Palm Beach 10, Fort Pierce Westwood 3 Lake Worth 9, Spanish River 1 Port St. Lucie 1, South Fork 0 Fort Pierce Central 4, Jupiter ) Fort Myers-Bishop Verot 10, Clewiston 0 Moore Haven 4, Desoto 0 Glades Day 10, LaBetie9 Cardinal Newman 6, Benjamin 4 Summit Christian 16, Jupiter Christian 2 North Broward Prep 16, Berean Christian 3 Palm Beach Gardens 15, William T. Dwyer 0 Lake Worth Christian IS, Zion Lutheran 5 Today's games Palm Beach Lakes at Lake Worth, 3:30 p.m. LW Christian at Jupiter Christian, 3:30 p.m. Pahokee at Glades Central, 4 p.m. Lincoln Park at Forest Hill, 5:30 p.m. Olympic Heights at Jupiter, 6 p.m. Santaluces at John I. Leonard, 6 p.m. FP Westwood at Martin County, 7 p.m. Track Suncoast Cardinal Newman 301 310 0-7 10 2 000 100 0-1 5 4 and Farmer. W Glades Day Benjamin - iA,--rn crhmin Maunr-n (7) Riddle, Pankey (4) and Peyton. Harvey and Waldron. W-Harvey (3-2) L Riddle. 2B CN: Williams 2, Intoppa; SUN: Staff. Palm Beach Lakes 6, Lake Worth 2: Carlos Portilla went 1-for-l with a double and one RBI, and Mike Perez went l-for-2 with an RBI as the Rams (8-7) beat the Trojans (3-10)- u u John Geisler hit a two-run homer in the Crews (5-1). L-Worrell. 2B: GD-Gregory. 3B: GD-Threlkeld. HR: BEN-Worrell. .. - John Carroll 11, Moore Haven 0: Ryan Johnson allowed one hit in five innings, striking out 10 to lead the Rams (11-2 and No. 3 in The Post) over the Terriers (5-5). seventh inning tor Lake wortn. selves proved superior to the one they produced for their opponent. The Lancers (10-4 and No. 5 in The Palm Beach Post Top 10) surged ahead with six runs in the top of the sixth, and held off a Santaluces rally fueled by four errors, to defeat the Chiefs, 7-6. A throwing error by Santaluces shortstop Kevin Christie put Gene Balli on second base to begin the sixth. Andre Gonzalez followed with a walk, and after Chuck Layman struck out, Ryan Croteau hit an infield single to load the bases. A sacrifice fly by Chris Vazquez scored Balli to tie the game. With two outs, John I. Leonard took its first lead when center fielder Adam Brown singled home Gonzalez. Chiefs right-hander Ian Ettley loaded the bases with a walk to Dan D'Antonio, then hit Pete Gallivan with a pitch to extend the Lancer lead. Alberto Gonzales and Balli came up with RBI singles, giving John I. Leonard a 7-2 bulge. After getting five strong innings from starter Gonzalez, Lancer coach George Lockhart brought in reliever Dave Patrick in the bottom of the sixth. Patrick walked first baseman Danny Vibert to begin the inning, then struck out second baseman Todd Kennamer. Rob DeMarzo drove in Vibert with a double, and advanced to third on a passed ball. A throwing error by Gallivan scored DeMarzo to cut the deficit to 7-4. Christie took second on the error. Santaluces third baseman Tony Pirchio followed with a dribbler that gave Patrick trouble. Trying to get Christie at third, Patrick threw high, allowing another run to score. Pirchio also took second on the miscue, and scored on another passed ball, to pull the Chiefs within a run. But Santaluces committed the game's final error. With two outs, Chivalrik Daughtry walked and stole second. He then broke for third early, and Patrick tagged him out m a rundown to end the inning. J.D. Robinson 002 414-11 12 0 000 000- 0 1 4 Lake Worth Palm Beach Lakes John Carroll Moore Haven .. :u. Ti;l, Tn,hol (71 nri Perez W Ze- 000 00- 0 0 0 100 43-10 12 1 and Lanier. W-Baillie (1-3). L-King 100 100 0- 2 4 3 003 020 x-S t 0 000 000 2- 2 4 0 010 050 K-4 7 1 194 21-17 18 2 003 10- 4 4 4 i bCsa r.nn,bt m And Allen. W 100 132 5-12 10 4 100 000 0- 1 2 4 nTnnnrtr- Rnwlllin. GOITieZ (6), COUgiO, ll-TOOK OI VVVHIS. tcicilirtn, ,.s. w, leznick. (3-0). L-Coggio 2B-PBL: Portilla. HR LW: Geisler B Jupiter Christian 17, Summit Christian 4: Brandon Mason went 2-for-3 with a triple, home run and three RBI and Kevin Wilson went 3-for-3 with three runs for the Johnson, Slevin (4) end Torres, Whitaker (4); Collier, Coke (4 and Brown. W-Johnson (2-01. L-Collier (1-3). 2B:JC-Slevin, McLam, Torres, McKain, Johnson. HR: JC-Slevin. Royal Palm Beach 10, Forest Hill 9: Alex Larriu singled with the bases loaded to tie the game and Joey Mazzio had the game-winning RBI for the Wildcats. Shenan Moore went l-for-2 with one RBI, and Kason Gabbard went l-for-3 with two Eagles (4-3-1). Juniter Christian Summit Christian T. 7". ... . ,., i e ,.i- RBI for Royal Palm Beach. Forest Hill Royal Palm Beach CnwatlK, VVIISOII in; aim J T ,n ,r. Chwalik (2-0) L-LaFave 2B-JC: Lorenio, Smith, Alexander, jb-jl. Mason, Chwalik. HR-JC: Mason. B Jupiter 12, South Fork 1: Junior catcher Shaen O'Connor went 2-for-4 with one RBI and and senior center fielder Gene Col-well went 2-for-3 with two RBI for the Warriors (7-9). Pitchershortstop Matt Bowman went 1-for-3 with a double and one RBI for South Pork. Woods, Speches (6) and Seldomridge; Girrard, Agosto (4), Elios (5), Moore (7). W-Elias (2-0). L-Woods. 2B:FH-Mack,Colon,Striddand. St. Thomas 10, Boca Raton 8: Bryan Zech and Steve Bellasari each hit home runs but the Bobcats (10-5 and No. 4 in The Post) lost in Fort Lauderdale. 304 101 0- 10 3 004 004 0-10 4 2 013 100 3- 08 01 4 122 212 x-10 10 4 Jupiter South Fork ,-: ,11 i! t Boca Raton St. Thomas Bush and Murray; Wells, Sessions (4) and Massucco. W-Sessions. L-Bush (4-2.) 2B-B: Newland, Eddinger; S: Romero, Massucco. HR B: Zech and Bellisarl; S: Regan, Massucco. B Okeechobee 10, Desoto 0: Senior left-hander John Baillie threw a perfect game, striking out six on his 18th birthday to lead the Brahmans (7-8) over the Bulldogs (5-8). Junior designated hitter Matt Crawford hit a grand slam in the fourth for Okeechobee. 001 004 0- 7 10 4 010 014 0-4 4 2 John I. Leonard uipasuuaiiioinu, umh i,, w . --. Schuett (7) and-Fenton. W-Dlpasquantonio (3-2). L-Bowman. 2B-J-O'Connor, Dipasquantonio, Musillo; SF-Bowman. B John I. Leonard 7, Santaluces 6: The John I. Leonard baseball team produced two comebacks Tuesday evening. Fortunately for the Lancers, the one they produced for them a i ..,. cnrhe Fttlev (4). Castaneda (7) W-Gonzale, Tfs-O). L- Ettley. 2B - S:DeM.. Westwood BLake Worth Christian 15, Zion Lutheran 5: Stephanie Clark went 3-for-4 with four RBI and Shelby Callaway went 3-for-3 with a double, triple, homer and three RBI to lead the Defenders (7-4) over the Lions (6-4). Alissa Talsma went 4-for-4 with one RBI for Lake Worth Christian. Zion Lutheran Lake Worth Christian ood os s t 22 2K-15 17 4 I Santaluces z ... Palm tops over the Eagles (0-5). Lauren Labounty went 3-for-3 with three RBI for Jupiter Christian. Jupiter Christian Summit Christian 000 20- 2 5 4 112 lx-14 0 Shearer and Labountv. W-Shearer (2-0). B North Broward Prep 16, Berean Christian 3: Berean Christian (0-4) allowed 20 walks and hit three batters while Patricia Catapano struck out 14 and Stephena Giannetti went 2-for-5 with four RBI for North Broward Prep (8-1). The Patriots' Krystal Williams went for l-for-3 with a double. North Broward Prep Berean Christian 210 321-14 I 0 000 12- 3 2 2 Catapano and Giannetti. Lawler, Speece (4) and Adams. W-Catapano (S-l). L-Lawler (0-4). BPalm Beach Gardens 15, William T. Dwyer 0: Lindsay Testa pitched a two-hit shutout and went 2-for-3 with a homer and three RBI to lead the Gators (12-2 and No. 3 in The Post). Megan Kozar went 2-for-3 with three runs and Martha McCall went 2-for-3 with two runs for Gardens. Palm Beach Gardens William T. Dwyer 201 (1II1-1S 12 2 Of-I 23 Testa and McCall; Thompson, Odell (5) and Bauer. W-Testo (12-2). L-Thompson. 2B PBG-Koiar, Bauer HR:PBG Testa. and Gmenwater. Tuesday's results BOYS Cardinal Newman 151, Atlantic 172, Lake Worth 189 CARDINAL NEWMAN (11-2) - Bates 34, ROS-coe 38, Murphy 38, Carron 39. ATLANTIC (6-4-1) - Halemann 40, Baker 43, McMmn 44, McEwan 45. LAKE WORTH (2-9) - Fick 45, Adams 46, Cre-son 48, Winchester 50. At Fountains CC, Lake Worth, par 36. Jupiter 151, William T. Dwyer 182 JUPITER (7-4-1) - Genchi 34, B. Wood 40, P. Wood 41, MacKall 43. WILLIAM T. DWYER - Ducar 44, Blomqvist 44, West 45, Ware 49. At Old Trail, par 36. Benfamln 150, King's Academy 148 BENJAMIN (10-0) - Devaleix 33, LeConche 35, Slna 41, Currey 41. KING'S ACADEMY (6-5) - Kurusz 39, Alfrey 42, Varner 43, Zel 44. At Sherbrooke Country Club, par 36. Martin County 153, Vero Beach 163, Westwood 202 MARTIN COUNTY (10-5) - Panetta 37, Mun-son 38, Fox 39, Malizla 39. VERO BEACH - Schlltt 36, Williams 41, Owen 41, Burke 45. FORT PIERCE WESTWOOD - Lang 47, Kovl-cos 48, Vorhees 50, Stanley 57. At Summerfield, par 36. Pope John Paul 168, Royal Palm Beach 192 POPE JOHN PAUL (10-2) - Fleming 38, Fall-lace 44, C.J. Fleming 45, Eaton 41. ROYAL PALM BEACH (2-7) - Bell 47, Pa- towski 47, Cloutier 49, Nie 49. At Village GC, Royal Palm Beach, par 36. Palm Beach Gardens 164, Suncoast 177 PALM BEACH GARDENS (7-2) - Loven 37, Hollis 38, Kozar 44, Reardon 45. SUNCOAST (4-5) - Jermaine 37, Vandergrlft 46, Fields 46, Shipley 48. At PGA National, par 36. Boca Raton 167, Olympic Heights 184 BOCA RATON (7-4) - Duval 41, Lopker 41, Athovale 42, Phillips 43. OLYMPIC HEIGHTS (3-9) - Imparado 45, Nel-ditz 45, Flynn 46, Pflug 48. At Boca Logo, par 36. John I. Leonard 171, Fort Pierce Central 180, Palm Beach Lakes 216 JOHN I. LEONARD (6-4-1) - Logan 39, Herron 42, Neinast 45, May 45. FORT PIERCE CENTRAL - Patterson 37, Starpoli 44, Capuzzuto 48, Barnoff 51. PALM BEACH LAKES - Kelly 45, Stephen 46, Sheffler 59, Lee 66. At Okeeheelee GC. Okeechobee 173, Clewiston 209 OKEECHOBEE - Oiefcndach 40, demons 40, Moesching 41, Smith 52. CLEWISTON (4-6) - Connors 47, Stiles 53, Her-rera 54, Pardo 55, At Clewiston Golf Course, par 36. Spanish River 146, Wellington 167 SPANISH RIVER (5-1) - Oouthett 37, Bayles 41, Ellish 42, Schwarzberg 46. WELLINGTON (7-2) - Horboth 39, Stelner 40, Sewalk 43, Della-Pieta 45. At South Winds GC, Boca Raton, par 34. Glades Day 166, Lake Worth Christian 177 GLADES DAY (5-5) - Jo. Davis 40, Liveley 41, Ja. Davis 42, Hoard 43. LAKE WORTH CHRISTIAN (2-3-1) - Gill 41, Wlerenga 43, Underwood 46, Bortlnak 47. At Glades Day Country Club, par 36. GIRLS Spanish River 209, Wellington 216 WELLINGTON (7-1) - Johnson 46, Daniels 49, Sencer 60, Vuehlfdorff 61. SPANISH RIVER (6-0) - Imrie 44, McMurrow 51, Shapiro 54, Goldstein 60. At Greenview Cove. William T. Dwyer 251, Jupiter 256 WILLIAM T. DWYER (5-1) - Rlneheart 44, Adamson 65, Bogle 55, France 87. JUPITER (4-4) - Linnan 50, Harkness 60, Persson 60, Audln 86. At Palm Beach Gardens Municipal, par 72. Today's matches All matches at 3:30 p.m. unless noted GIRLS Lake Worth at Atlantic Olympic and Benjamin at Jupiter Port St. Lucie vs. South Fork at Florida Club Vero Beach at Lincoln Park Fort Pierce Central vs. Westwood at Fairwlnds Tennis Tuesday's results BOYS Wellington 6, Lake Worth 1 Singles: Rltenberg (W) d. Kirkpatrick 8-4; Ro-senthul (W) d. Liebman 8-3; Spencer (W) d. Hoyden 8-4; Frizzell (W) d. Machiavello 8-1; Pepin (LW) d Knuth 8-2. Doubles: Rifenberg-Rosen-thal (W) d. Klrkpatrick-Pilgrim 8-2; Brown-Lee (W) d. Liebman-Machiavello 8-4. Records: WELL (5-5); LW (0-7). South Fork S, Jupiter 2 Singles: Snell (J) d. Leth 8-0; Thompson (SF) d. Roussel 8-6: Logon (SF) d. Reigel 8-6; Adam-son (SF) d. O'Malley 8-5; Graham (Jl d. Foss 8-3. Doubles: Leth-Logan (SF) d. Snell-Graham 8-3; Thompson-Adamson d. Rousell-O'Malley 8-5. Records: SF (B-4). JUP (5-2). Spanish River 7, Santaluces 0 Singles: Stern (SR) def. Edwardson 8-2; Goldberg (SR) def. McMlchael -l, Garcia (SR) def. Mankall 8-4; Munoz (SR) def. Pemberton l-O; Green (SR) def. Levitt 8-0. Doubles: CroftSin-ensky (SR) def. EdwordsonMankali 8-5; Munoz Valle (SR) def. McMichaelPemberton 8-4. Record: SR: (10-1) Atlantic 5, Pope John Paul 2 Singles: Croke (PJP) d. Brown 8-2; A. Brohl (A) d. Calabrese 8-1; Vasquez (A) d. Leto 8-2; Mitchell (A) d. Fiorami 8-3; B. Brohl (A) d. Spor-rer 8-2. Doubles: Croke-Colabrese (PJP) d. Brown-A. Brohl 1-6; Vasquez-Mitchell (A) d. Leto-Slowik9-7. Records: ATL (7-2). PJP (3-7). School Of the Arts 5, John Carroll 2 Singles: Hlckey (SOTA) d. Roffa 8-2, Hecht (SOTA) d. Rovinskl 9-1, 7-5, Ford (SOTA) d. Knopp 8-5; Vahob (SOTA) d. Russell 8-6, Penner (SOTA) d. Kinney 8-3. Doubles: (JC) d. Penner-Wehner -3; (SOTA) d. Pessier-Riener 8-0. Records: SOTA (2-1). Martin County 4, John I. Leonard 1 Singles: Mlrzadeh (JIL) d. McCree 4-1, o-l; Steffen (MC) d. Lis 6-0, 6-0; McBride (MC) d. Layton 6-2, 6-4; Curet (MC) d. French 7-2, 8-6; Peterson (MC) d. Jimenez 6-2, 6-4. Doubles: HathewoyMcBrlde (MC) d. French 'Jimenez I- 1, McCreeSteffen (MC) d. MlrzadehLayton 8-3. Records: MC (8-2), JIL (4-5). Suncoast 4, Beniamin 1 Singles: Abovich (B) def. Brownstein 1-3; H. Lee (S) def. Lemelman 8-5; Holt (S) def. Chimer-akis 8-4; Tang (S) def. Click 8-4; D. Chimerakis (B) def. D. Lee 8-5. Doubles: AbovlchN. Chimerakis (B) def. BrownsteinHolt 8-3; H. Lee Tang (S) def. LemelmanD. Chimerakis 8-3. Records: BEN (8-3); SUN (4-0). GIRLS Wellington 7, Lake Worth 0 Singles: Gordon d. Corblrt 8-4; Weiss d. Elder t-2; Santisi d. Harper 1-1, Hendricks d. Stewart - 2, Goldstein d. Racobado 8-1. Doubles: Weiss-Goldstein d. Corbitt-Stewart 8-5; Santisi-Hendricks d. Elder-Harper 1-1. Records: WELL (7-3), LW (3-4). South Pork 7, Jupiter 0 Singles: Bass d. O'Connor 1-0; Garrigan d. Hartman 8-2. Callery d. Gittelman 1-1; Albertz d. Schoetler 1-0; Bealista d. Chapman 8-4. Doubles: Bass-Albertz d. Myers-Dyson 8-0; Gerrigan-Cal-lery d. Choney-Hartman -0. Records: JUP (0-7). Today's games All games at 4 p.m. unless noted Atlantic at Santaluces Boca Raton at Spanish River Pope John Paul 4, Atlantic 1 Singles: Mock (A) d Moseley 8-1; Slatkow (PJP) d. Freeman 8-4, Rohwedder (PJP) d. Wilson 8-4, Vasallo (A) d. Cipolla 9-8 (7-2); Lome (PJP) d Rubin 8-4. Doubles: Clpolla-Loren (PJP) d. Mack-Freeman 9-1 (7-3); Wilson-Va-saiio (A) d Siatkow-Rohwedder H. Records: PJP (4-4). ATL (4-3). "John Carroll 4, School of the Arts 1 Singles: Heaton (JC) d Stidham M; Swarti (JC) d. Marks 8-0; McCall (JC) d Kunti H Guetler (JC) won by forfeit; Hoeffner (JC) won by forfeit. Doubles: Stidham-Marks (SOTA) d. Hoeftner-Dixon 9-7; John Carroll won by forfeit. Records: SOTA (0-4). Martin County 4, John I. Leonard 1 Singles: Peterson (MC) d. Gonzalez 4-0. 4-0; Booz (MC) d Schroeder 44), 4-0. Branning (MC) d Whitehead e-ft 4-0, Patel (MC) d Roth 4-0, 4-0; Coluord (MC) d Barony 6-1. 6-0 Doubles: Boat-Burrell (MC) d Gonzalez-Whiteheed M; Schroe-der-Roth (JIL) d. Robiteille-Romeno t-4. Record: MC (4-4). King's Academy S, Glades Day 1 Singets: Brown (GDI d Blackwood 4-1. 4 2. Tempton (KA) d. Cavinee 4-1 4-0. Coftman (KA) d Fabeloe-t 7-S, Jarvenin ( KA) d. DeCastro4-, 4-0 Move (KA) d Humphries 4-1, 4-2. Doubles: Blackwood Tempton (KA) d Brown Fabelo i-2. Cevmee OeCestro (GO) d Abellerd Pelly H. Records: GO (1-S). Beniamin 4, SUK44SI 1 Singles: Broberg (8) del Kondet t-t Warm-bold (Bl del Schmedes M; Mitnone (B) det. Sandon t-S, Cratt (Bid Eckes 8-0, Fliser (SI def McCrecken 4-0 Doubles: Broberg Warmbold IB) det Kondel Sendon I I, Mitnone Cratt IB) del Schmedes Eckes 1-0. Records: BEN (10-1), SUN (5-11. Taday's matches AH matches at 1 10 i n. mkns noted Olympic Heights e' Palm Beach Gardens Pope John Paul at Roval Palm Beach Vortin County at Lake Worm Sontoiuces 4t Wellington, 4 m. Boys volleyball Tuetdeys results jeter ox. William T. Dwyer 15 15- KUt MO4r-J0P M4tt FHIPO'nck 11 WTO Robm ZTZ9 one S oewortf.y-.4 Menier Jjopi si. blocks en,.oe (WTDl five kills. ,,,M assists ec4rs-TD(HI JUP (5-21 Forrt Mid 4 Royal Palm Boect. HV i" Kille teooors-FM James Larson thr-MeM Wagner (i-n '" -r.::; .,.. is . . . BOMlA.ll ers-S John Camebell I JOV Toropo'Kl 7 sseewerl.v-4 Merman (SI had service o.ntl Record- SUN ( -J B4 14-41 POM. 4. Gordon, 4 C4rmol toeomw. IS- I, m k.N teeoors-PBG Me" Scnem-n u Jwormy-jo. ArfxoestlPBGt IS service p.." 1 k.fs. M) ess.it, ecar4-PBG lo-K C" ''onrmptc boms 4 Petm BoocK Loko, -H I-H, 15-4. SSOWwormv-ver. Nyuiren (- one i . . BwA-PtSL l'4l exilimgioo 41 iono I jeM! Leeoero is-ia, - - i, ewe 1 f i-t ' '1 . - . i mi , hu, ia an it oe'ewoi ! - - - - --- ! ve .v .o 4 asusl e-d te-oo w "o- Whatson and Anderson; Talsma and Callaway. W-Talsma (7-4). L-Whatson (4-4). ZB: LWL Callaway, Clark, McKee. 3B: LWC-Callaway, McKee. HR: ZL-Talley, LWC-Callaway. HEAD THIS PALM BEACH GARDENS GOLF CLUB 626-PUTT PBG RES '3113 County 37.26 Non-Res ao.56 9 HOLE RATES AFTER 2PM www. a Hordabieflolf.com r -95 to Exit 56. Northlakc Blvd., Co West 7 Minutes Plllr Tuesday's results BOYS Team scores: Palm Beach Gardens 111, Lake Worth 62, School of the Arts 0 4S00: PBG 9:04, LW 9:44. 110 hurdles: Tucker (PBG) 17.2; Welter (LW) 17.6; Mirtll (LW) 19.37. 100: Paul (PBG) 10 99; Edwards (LW) 11.12; G rosier (LW) 11.37. Shot put: Bartley (LW) 46-4; Au-mack (PBG) 43-1; Barmore (LW) 39-5. Mile: Ettlenne (PBG) 5:04; Rlverin (PBG) 5:05; Madus (LW) 5:28 . 4x100: PBG 44.17; LW 46.41. Discus: Bartley (LW) 144-3; Aumack (PBG) 132-0; Kllby (LW) 118 0. 400: Reed (LW) 52.67; Gainer (PBG) 55.6; Powell (PBG) 55.9. 300 hurdles: Tucker (PBG) 42.53; Mirtll (LW) 43.3; Welter (LW) 45.5. Pole vault: Kryianaysks (PBG) 7-0. 800: Jackson (PBG) 2:14; Souttrant (PBG) 2:16; Williams (PBG) 2:26. Long lump: Tucker 18-8; Stubbs (PBG) 18-5; Gainer (PBG) 17-8. 200: Paul (PBG) 21 9; Edwards (LW) 22.4; Tipton (PBG) 24 53. High lump: Gainer (PBG) 5-8; Campbell (PBG) 5-5; Hines (PBG) 5-3. 2-mile: L'Hereaux (PBG) 9:50; Wilford (LW) 11:49; Juchenich (LW) 12:36. 4K400: PBG 3:36; LW 3:41. Triple iump: Campbell (PBG) 39-8; Gainer (PBG) 37-6; Powell (PBG) 33-2. Team scores: Santaluces 105, John I. Leonard 57, Cardinal Newman 12 3,200 relay: I. John I. Leonard 8:58; 2. Santaluces 10:02. 110 high hurdles: 1. Scott (JIL) 15 5, 2. Yacinth (JIL) 16.97; 3. Wilson (S) 18.2. 100: 1. Howard (S) 11.2; 2. Pierce (JIL) 11.44; 3. Smith (S) 11.56. UOO: 1. Burke (S) 4:35; 2. Mirtll (S) 4:39; 3. Titus (CN) 4:44. 400 relay: I. Santaluces 42 3; 2. John I. Leonard 44.6. 400: 1. Dorlval (S) 52.1; 2. Sax (JIL) 54.4; 3. Sapp (JIL) 56.3. 300 hurdles: 1. Wilson (S) 45.66; 2. Barry (JIL) 50.6; 3. Clark (CN) 54.2. 800: 1. Burke (5) 2:03; 2. Rocks-wold (JIL) 2:06, 3. Loucks (S) 2:07. 200: 1. Griffin (S) 23.5; 2. Yacinth (JIL) 23.51; 3. Johnson (S) 23.52. 3,200: 1. Maizeo (JIL) 10:12.3; 2. Titus (CN) 10:12.5; 3. Echeverrla (JIL) 10:52. 1,600 relay: I. Santaluces 3:38; 2. John I. Leonard 3:39. Discus: 1. Wiltork (S) 135-6; 2. McCauley (JIL) 112-7; 3. Highsmith (CN) 10B-3. Shot put: I. Wilfork (S) 46-7; 2. Thompson (S) 40-2; 3. McCauley (JIL) 38-10. Long lump: I. Banks (S) 20-8; 2. Griffin (S) 19-5; 3. Yacinth (JIL) 18-11. Triple iump: 1. Temple (S) 38-9; 2. Banks (S) 38-7; 3. Yacinth (JIL) 34-10. High lump: 1. Johnson (S) 5-6; 2. Scott (S) 5-4; 3. Barry (JIL) 5-4. Pole vault: 1. Dacunha (S) 14-8; 2. Judson (S) 11-0, 3. Freyer (S) 8-6. Cobra Relays at Lawnwood Stadium Sebastian River 99, Fort Pierce Westwood 90, Martin County 72H, Lincoln Park Academy 68, Fort Pierce Central 63V2, Vero Beach 58, Port St. Lucie 42, Okeechobee 14, Wellington, DNS. High iump: I. Lincoln Park 17-4, 2. Sebastian 16-8, 3. Westwood 16-2. Long jump: 1. Sebastian River 59-3, 2. Westwood 58-ll'4, 3. Fort Pierce Central 53-8. Shot put: 1. Fort Pierce Central 117-Vt, 2 Sebastian River 113-1, 3. Port St. Lucie 111-5'i Discus: I. Port St. Lucie 135-86, 2. Westwood 124-73, 3. Martin County 123-90. Pole Vault: 1. Sebastian River 30-6, 2. Martin County 28-6, 3. Fort Pierce Central 28-6. 2-mile relay: 1. Vero Beach 8 36 63, 2. Martin County 8:51.36, 3. Fort Pierce Central 8:57 80. 880 relay: 1. Fort Pierce Westwood 1:29.91, 2. Sebastian River 1:35.23, 3. Lincoln Park 1:36.10. 110 low hurdles: 1. Sebastian River 49.70, 2. Fort Pierce Central 53.60, 3. Martin County 64.91. 440 weight man: 1. Westwood 48.29, 2. Lincoln Park 49.29, 3. Sebastian River 51 40. 440 relay: I. Westwood 42.14, 2. Port St Lucie 43 65, 3. Sebastian River 44.08. Mile medley: 1. Vero Beach 3:42 75, 2. Port St. Lucie 3 45.32, 3. Westwood 4:01.97. 330 high relay: 1 Sebastian River 1:31.01, 2. Lincoln Park 1:38 81, 3. Fort Pierce Central 1:43 58. Mile relay: I. Westwood 3:29.02, 2. Sebastian River 3:40.07, 3. Lincoln Park Academy 3:41.01. Team scores: 1. Atlantic 96; 2. Spanish River 42; 3. Suncoast 16. 3,200 relay: 1. Spanish River 8:53; 2. Atlantic 10 13 110 high hurdles: I. Carpent (ATL) 17:44; 2. Beamie (ATL) 17:98; 3. Williams (SUN) 17:99. 100: 1. Rumph (STL) 10 54; 2. Fenelon (STL) 10 99; L Baptist (STL) 11.07. 1,600: 1. J.Jetler (ATL) 4 45.52; 2. S.Jeller (ATL) 4.95.74; 3. Serre-dio (STL) 4.56 67 . 400 relay: 1. Atlantic 43.87; 2. Spanish River 45.54 . 400: 1. Burgess (STL) 54 22; 2. Nouyen (SR) 54.64; 3. Menino (SR) 56.75. 300 hurdles: I. King (SUN) 44:31; 2. Carpent (ATL) 4606; 3. Beanjie (ATL) 46.11 800: 1. St. Jean (SR) 2 09; 2. Estiere (SR) 2:10; 1. Laguerre (SR) 2 13 200: 1. Rumph (ATL) 22:04; 2. Frailer (SR) 23 31; 3. Fenelon (ATL) 23:44. 3,200: 1. S.Jeffler (ATL) 10 00, 2. J.Jeffler (ATL) 10:13; J. Caruso (STL) 10:53. 1,600 relay: 1. Spanish River 8:53; 2. Atlantic 10:13. Discus: 1. Jacquet (ATL) 110-8; 2. Aner (SR) 107-9; 3. Smith (SUN) 102-7. Shot put: 1. Smith (SUN) 47-6V1, 2. Bryant (SR) 44-S1; X Jacquet (ATL) 44-l'4. Long lump: I. Rump (ATL) 20-9; 2. Draper (ATL) 20-1; 3. Frailer (SR) 20-74 Triple lump: 1. Rump (ATL) 44-1; 2. McMa-hon (ATL) 35-8; 3. Carpenter (ATL) 33-1. GIRLS Team scores: Palm Beach Gardens 97, Lake Worth 56, School of the Arts 3 4-xKW: PBG 12 04. High lump: NA. IN hurdles: Marsh (PBG) 17.3; Exantus (PBG) 17-9; Schendel (SOTA) 21 3. 100: Aquino (PBG) 13.01; Razi (LW) 13 22; Mllco (LW) 14 62. Long lump: Aquino (PBG) IS-3, Rom (LW) 15-1, Heath (PBG) 14-4. Mile: Cardbeke (LW) 5:34, Galog (PBG) 6:05; Born (PBG) 6:33. Shot put: Ran (LW) 35-2, To-broham (LW) 30-4; Aquino (PBG) 28-6. 4x100: LW PBG Discus: Razz (LW) 99-7; Johrohm (LW) 86-2; Heath (PBG) 78-3. 400: Heath (PBG) 69-2; Demesin (LW) 49:7; Lavinier (PBG) 72:8. IM hurdles: Exantus (PBG) 54:05; Schendel (SOTA) 62 84 IOO: Carabello (LW) 2 30, Galog (PBG) 2 ; L'Hereaux (PBG) 2:53. 200: Aquino (PBG) 241; Heath (PBG) 27 6: Milce (LW) 29 6. Triple lump: Clemetson (PBG) 30-7; Matlosi (PBG) 25-5; Horn (PBG) 23-9. 2-mile: Partrige (PBG) 12 45; Born (PBG) 14:03; Lenza (LW) 14:30. 4x400: LW 4:50; PBG 5:03. Team scores: Santaluces 95, Cardinal Newman 40, John I. Leonard 27. 3,200 relay: 1. Cardinal Newman; 2. Santaluces 11 35 100 high hurdles: I. Christopher (S) 211. 100: 1 Williams (S) 13 47, 2. Barber (S) 13 5; 3. Johnson (JIL) 13 66 1,600: 1. Marino (CN) 6 07, 2 Andres (CN) 40B, 3. Parker (CN) 4:09400 relay: I Sentaluces 50 93, 2. John I. Leonard 54 5 400: 1. Nugent (CN) I 03; 2 Michel (S) 1:04; 3. Wheeler (JIL) 1 09 300 hurdles: I. Christopher (S) 100: I. watkins (S) 2:43, 2. Petroff (JIL) 2.50; 3. Andres (CN) 2 51 : I Lewis (S) 24 02, 2 Butler (S) 23; 3 Rlnker (CN) 281. I, I. Parker (CN) 13 52 2 Giordino (JIL) 13 57; 3 Knuth (CN) 14 29 1,6N relay: 1. Santaluces 4 23, 2 Cardinal Newman 4 42 Discus: 1. Terbille (S) 74-5; 2. Pala-tin (JIL) 67-7, 3 Brown (S) 60-i Shot put: 1 Pala-tin (JIL) 24-2; 2. Terbille (S) 25-7; 3. Brown IS) 2311 Long lump: 1. Michel (S) 14-10, 2. Rankin (CN) 14-3: 3 Fisher (CN) 11-7. Triple lump: I. Butler (SI 20 2. High lump: 1. Nugent (CN) 4-4. 2. Williams (S) 4-4 Pole vault: I. DiLorenzo (S) 7-4. Ceftra Relays at Lawnsrooo' Stadium ver Mac 117, Lincoln Park Academy 97, Martin County S"i. Sebastian River 41, SVestwMd 41, Fert pierce Central 24' Okeecne-kee 14, Pert St. Lucie 23, Wellington 11. High lump: I. Lincoln Park 14. 2 Wellington 14-2. 1 Martin County 13-i Long imp: 1 Vero Beech 44-11, 2 Lincoln Park Academy 42-4. J Sebastian River 41-3 Pole veutt: 1 Martin County; I Sebastian R.ver She put: 1 Vero Beach 93-fva. I Lincoln Park 74 4 x 3. Sebest.en River 72-I Discus: I Vero 91-77. 2 Sebastian 71-23, 1. Lincoln Park S14 Mite medley: 1 Sebest'" River 4 54 40. 2 Fort Pierce Westwood 4 50 55. 4. Lincoln Perk Academy 4 59 30 1-mile: I. vero Beach. I Martin County, 1. Okeechobee 3 hh Iwrdlet: I. Vero Beach 54 n 2 Martin County 58 37. 1 Lincoln Park 54 05 80 reter- L Vero Beech I 51 M. 3 Westwood I 51 52. 3 Fort Pierce Central I 51 90 44 relay: I Lincoln Park 50 9C. 2 Vera Beach 52 41. 1 Fort Pierce Central jj tl Lew kvrdiet: 1 Vero Beach 1 54 72. 2 Mar-i County 1 95, 3 Lincoln Pe'k Academy 1 74 10 Mike relay: 1 Lincoln Park Academy 4 25 n 2 vero Beach 4 25 75. 3 Fort P.erce Central 4 71 CO-0: MM I Westwood 4 II 42. 2 Mert n County 4 14 14 1 Vero Beat 4 44 72 444 WeigM: I Vero Beech 11 42 2 SeoeH.er. R.ver I 04 01, 1 Lincoln Perk 1 05 21 444k 1 Westwood 41 04 1 Pen si Lucie 50 44. 1 vera Beach 52 71 Team Sceresc I Spanish diver 2 Aent 51 lw2M reley: 1. Span's River 10 31 H high nur-(net: L Plant ISO?) 50 4- 1 OrynicH ( SR I 57 44. 1. Sem.en (ATL) 57 14 MSI- 1. Wilson (SRI II 25. t Seen (ATL I 11 14 1. Rom (SRI II L44 1. Thompson (ATL) 5 45 t Brewder (SR) 5 J. kienner (STLI 4 04 ate) reier L Spanish R'ver H I " 54 t east I. Kleiner (ATL I 45 44 t e" (54 1 i. eer (SRI 73 M M0 nev (Wt: I Plan' (51 SO 74 I Orvnictl (SR) 57 44 I. Sainton I ATL 1 57 14 fMV- I. Peerlman S 1 SI 1 Oe'i-t "SR i 1 ' i 54 i 2 44 704 L Senn 1 ATL i B 11 t Dorcelr ATL I X Ot I Guine (TLI 7 1.744 1. Thompson (ATL I I! 55 I SOcend iSRl lilt I CrC SI II 47 1. Coovie '5l 1- "eves iATLi ti ll 1 Wore! iSl Moval 1541 4I 54t SH I. Cooew w 14 1 t "eves iTL) 14 . I ,. .54-J5 L4-4W- I .ct.-eeiSRi 11 1. t Ml 1LI 15-11 I Crimen 1 54 I 14-4 TrS-pat nvww I lean .UI B t I Ory.ncn iSRl 14-4 a 1 er 1 54 I Tef rt mooes schedule 13 - 1; Royal Softball went 3-for-4 with three runs and 'two steals for Lake Worth, and designated hitter Amanda Roth-rock went 2-for-3 with one RBI. Spanish River pitcher Lauren Herman threw all seven innings, but finished the game in pain after suffering a muscle cramp on her pitching arm. "She caught a cramp after getting tagged (hit by a line drive) in the fourth inning," said Spanish River coach Terence Hart, whose Sharks fell to 5-6. "It didn't look like it affected her technique, but she had so much heart that she wanted to play." Said Herman: "I have to pitch for the team. I didn't want to quit." Jorge Hermida Lake Worth Spanish River 301 023 0 14 001 000 0 1 4 2 Simmons, Cornelius (4) and Seeman; Herman and Orr. W-Simmons (S-2). L-Herman. 2B:LW-Armstrong, Seeman. BFort Pierce Central 4, Jupiter 1: Jessica Raymond went 2-for-4 but the Warriors (1-13-1) fell to the Cobras (10-2 and No. 7 in 77;? Post). Port Pierce Central Jupiter Ml 001 1-4 S 2 100 000 0-1 7 2 Maunko and Lee. Bradshaw and Hartman. W Maunko. L-Bradshaw (1-13-1). 2B-J: Raymond; FPC: Maunko. BFort Myers-Bishop Verot 10, Clewiston 0: Leah Thomas and Amber Schocnfcld had Clewiston's hits as the Tigers (1-9) fell to the Vikings (6-4). Clewiston Bishop Verot 000 00- 2 31 -! 4 1 Thomas and Schoenteld. Nauit and Hardin. W-Nault L-Thomas (1-5) 2B- BV. Wise B Moore Haven 4, Desoto 0: Freshman pitcher Ashley Toms struck out nine and walked none in a two-hit shutout for the Terriers (9-1 and No. 4 in Hie Post). Sophomore third baseman Lainy Bond went l-for-2 with one RBI and one mn. Detot Meere He veil 00 KM - 14 909 OM I 4 4 1 Beverly and sneiton, Toms and Tharpe w Toms (5-11 L-Beerly 2B-D-Beverly MH-Storey B Glades Day 10, LaBelle 9: Carman Pacz tripled in the game-winning run in the bottom of the eighth and Hela Barhoush went 2-for-5 and scored two runs tyo lead the Gators (7-6) over La-Belle (6-.T). LaBelle Cledes Oav en in w- M 4(1 111 41 -HI I 4 Lengtord and Nelson. Cerllon. Locfcnart 17). Carlton (' and Benson W-Carlton L Longtord 2B LAB Kelloag. 3B LAB-Lanfltord. GO-Loct-hart. Paei B Cardinal Newman 6, Benjamin 4: Barbara Marston and Megan Hosea each went 2-for-3 with one run as the Crusaders (12-2 and No. 8 in The Post) defeated the Buccaneers (6-10). Lindsay Cameron and Sasha Schulman each went 2-for-4 for Beniamin. Carsltnat ssiwhibii eae m 1-4 9 I Ol II 4 ( 4 Ce"w-,e"0r f 09 i O eVeOon V- w h Deie ev-f cen i ' i L - V i-4i 28-B a. Deyte &en"v m-C"s SKM B Summit Christian 16, Jupiter Christian 2: Right hander Iiana Shearer scattered five hits and struck o:t six in five innings to lead the r suiting Saints (.VI) Vero rolls Port St. Lucie edges South Fork 1 -0 on a one-hitter. By Dani Davies Palm Beach Post Staff Writer WELLINGTON Vero Beach scored 10 runs in the last two innings of a 13-1 high school softball win over Wellington on Tuesday. Senior pitcher Carrie Bielecki led the Indians (11-6), throwing a two-hitter and going 4-for-5 at the plate with one double and three runs. "I was a little tired tonight. I don't think I threw a good game at all. I started going down in the fifth inning," said Bielecki (11-6), who was Vero's winning pitcher Monday against South Fork. Wellington (6-12) was down by two runs in the third inning. It stayed that way until the Indians' six-run sixth. "We've had these types of games before," Wellington coach Glenn Brannon said. "We didn't hit and we made some errors when they had men on base. Their pitcher had good location." Vero Beach added four runs in the seventh when its first four batters scored. Junior left fielder Miranda Richards went 3-for-5 with two doubles and two runs. "I feel frustrated," said Wellington shortstop Lindsay Tiggis, citing her team's four errors and her 0-for-3 performance at the plate. "We couldn't hit and they hit well. We just weren't making contact." Vero Beach 21 oM 4-13 It Ml 000 - I 14 Wellington , a inn tAl.lcnn nrf ChsDard. W Bielicki (11-4). L-Watson (0-1). 2B: V-Richerds I Bielickl. . B Royal Palm Beach 10, Fort Pierce Westwood 3: Cassandra Morgan went l-for-3 with a double, two runs and three RBI, and Ashley Blow went 1-for-3 with three runs and one RBI for the Wildcats (7-9). Pert Pierce Wesrweed joe eoe l 1 is 4i4 212 e-ie 4 l Revel Palm Beach Asnton and tomns, atntim - -- -- Schenk (4-) L-Ashton. 28 RPB-Mor0an. Peters. IB FPW-Kensey BPort St. Lucie 1, South Fork 0: Amy Ketcham pitched a one-hitter, striking out 15 and walking one to lead the Jaguars (11-4) over the Bulldogs (6-6). Skye Rowlison had the game-wining hit in the third inning, driving in Laura Schales. .- . . . .. J l . mmnn Ml SevtnPer Pen St Lucte eae en - I I Ml see t- l II R peer end Gum. Ketchem and Ficti'er W-net-cham li-ll L-RiPPe' I-1 2 SF-Crjne BLake Worth 9, Spanish River 1: Lake Worth's Isha Simmons and Abbey Cornelius combined to hold Spanish River to four hits as the Trojans beat the Sharks. Simmons gave up one run on three hits, struck out two and walked four. Three walks came in the third inning with the Trojans (14-7 and No. 10 in The Palm Ikach Post Top 10) ahead 4-1. The walks loaded the bases with one out, but the Trojans escaped damape when Spanish River hit into a double play. First baseman Jennifer Stump MARCH 26-29,1998 Now one of the country's top ten boot shows. . . See 700 boats on land and invater -Up Close! 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