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i e,i w p ig 'ip"- p f sf ' 6C THE PALM BEACH POST FRIDAY. MARCH 27, 1993 msl w High schools ti i nircL enians our grabs a Relays Fossen's 3200 relay team of Kenny Shappert, Dan Barry, Brian Murtaugh and Chris Coates ran an 8:26 last week m a meet, which would have been good enough to take second place in the Florida Relays. The 400-relay team of J.R. Bryant, Rick Barker, Garrett St. John and Erhn Sanders was placed in the best of four sections because of its seeding time, but didn't finish because of injuries. Pope John Paul pole vaulter Donald Shelbrick finished fourth in the meet (11-6) and tops among Floridians just one week after falling onto concrete in a vault attempt at a meet at Glades Central. Chris Coleman also took fourth in the triple jump (41-34 for Pope John Paul. Hilton (54-lVi) taking second and Carl Smalls (50-10) sixth. Pope John Paul's Tim Richardson would have scored points in the state meet with his medalist-level performances in the 110 hurdles (eighth) and high jump (fifth place at 6-2). The relay events did not pan out as planned for the Pope John Paul boys. "We've had a couple of bad breaks today," said Pope John Paul coach Jeff Fossen. "We dropped the baton in the 4 x 800 and we had some guys pull up in the 4 x 100. I'd rather have a bad day today than on May 9 (the Class 3A state meet in Gainesville on the same track) though." scoring duo for the state meet in May. Jenkins was fourth in the triple jump and Sobczak fifth in a field of 2A and 3A teams that included Florida and Georgia's top high school programs. John Carroll's Ron Nixon placed fifth in the 100 (11.28). Pope John Paul's program, meanwhile, came to Gainesville with perfection in mind, but hit a few snags along the way. The boys and girls teams still came away with numerous top 10 performances. Girls coach Terry Gaugh's 3200-relay team of Catherine Coates, Devon Reed, Sarah Tatum and Beatriz Mascaro were second in a time of 10 minutes, 1.43 seconds. "I was a little surprised with the 4 x 800, 1 don't know where (the winning team, Bradenton Christian) came from," Gaugh said. "We came in here hoping to drop below 10 minutes and set a new school record." Alberta Watkins took fourth in the 100-meter hurdles (16.22), with only one state competitor finishing ahead of her (Chiefland's Sirrisa Young). Pope John Paul's Lauren Telesmanic was third in the pole vault (8-0). St. Andrew's took two of the top six places in the boys shot put, with Isaac 1M ffT f r" Early lead stands up for Jaguars Special to The Palm Beach Post PORT ST. LUCIE Second ; baseman Sky Rowlison went 2-for-3 with two runs scored to lead Port . St. Lucie to a 5-1 victory against ; William T. Dwyer (5-10) on Thurs- ; day. Softball The Jaguars scored three runs i in the bottom of the first inning ; and never trailed. ; William T. Dwyer Pert St. Lucie 000 010 - 1 2 1 300 020 - S Mainville and A. Foster; Ketchom and Fichler. WP: Ketcham. LP: Mainville (2-4). 2B: PSL- ( Fichter. HR: PSL-Mendenhal. John Carroll 8, Rockledge 2: Mellissa Calise went 3-for-4 ! with a run scored and Megan ; O'Donnell went 2-for-4 with three RBI to lead the Rams over the Raiders in the first game of a double-header. LIU XINStaff Photographer Clockwise from left, Cardinal Newman's Chachi Blanco (3), Brian Williams (10), Josh Intoppa, Beau McMillan (13) and Matt Henrie (18) cheer during the Crusaders' 5-2 victory against John Carroll. John Carroll gains split girls solid DeCastro (GO) Bell-Richmond 1-3. Records: Glades Day 3-6. Wellington 204, John I. Leonard 233 WELLINGTON (8-1) - Johnson 45, Daniels 46, Zuehlsdorlf 54, Sencer 59. JOHN I. LEONARD (4-3) - Cox 46, Wheeker 56, Fick 60, Davis 71. At Okeeheelee Park, par - 36. Palm Beach Gardens 163, Boca Raton 200 (through 6 holes) PALM BEACH GARDENS (5-6) - E. Chaukln 27, L. Chaulin 37, Crook 41, Whiteley 5!. BOCA RATON (4-2-1) - Moss 26, Autrey 56, Sarni 56, Merson 62. At Camino Del Mar Country Club, par 36. Play suspended due to darkness after six holes. Jupiter 111, Olympic Heights 257 JUPITER (6-4) Linnan 40, Persson 43, Harkness47, Audin 50. OLYMPIC HEIGHTS (2-5) - Sedlak 47, Oylla 64, Trudeau 66, Mabe 80. At Boca Lago, par 36. Today's matches None scheduled Saturday's matches None scheduled Tennis Thursday's results BOYS Boca Raton d. Palm Beach Gardens 6-1 Singles: Dalslngh (B) won by forfeit; Hahn IB) d. Shah 8-4; Brooke (B) d. Zhurail 8-6; Ger-estein (B) d Zwecker 8-3; Fieber (B) d. Ball 8-4. Doubles: Shah-Zhurail (PBG) d. Brooke-Johnson 8-1; Hahn-Berman (B) d. Zwecker-Ball 8-3. Records: Boca Raton 6-3, Palm Beach Gardens -3-6. Jupiter d. William T. Dwyer 7-0 Singles: Schnell (J) d. Perez 8-0; Roussel (J) d. Wysong 8-5; Reigal (J) d. Hutchens 8-0; O'Malley (J) d. Tursey 8-1; Grahman (J) d. Flattery 8-6. Doubles: Scnell-Roussel (J) d. Pe-rez-Wysong 8-6; Reigal-Savery (J) d. Flattery-Hutchens 8-2. Records: Jupiter 6-2, William T. Dwyer 0-10. Atlantic d. Santaluces 5-2 Singles: Brown (A) d. Edwardson 8-2; McMI-chael (S) d. B. Brohl 8-1; Vasquez (A) d. Man-kodi 8-5; Mitchell (A) d. Perberton 8-1; Goldstein (A) d. Levitt 8-4. Doubles: Brown-Mitchell (A) d. Edwardson-Mankodl 8-6; McMi-chaef-Dejane (S) d. Faquir-B. Brohl 8-3. Records: Atlantic 8-2, Santaluces 5-9. Olympic Heights d. Spanish River 5-2 Singles: Friedman (OH) won by forfeit; Katz (OH) d. Goldberg 8-0; stompt (OH) d. Garcia 8-4; Zika (OH) d. Munoz 8-4; Green (SR) d. Sun 8-3. Doubles: Olympic Heights won by forfeit; Munoz-Valle (SR) d. Zika-Hockman 8-1. Records: Spanish River 10-2. Suncoast 4, Pope John Paul 3 Singles: Croke (PJP) d. Brownstein 8-2; H. Lee (SUN) d. Calabrese 8-5; Holt (SUN) d. Leto 8-6; Fioranl (PJP) d. Tang 1-6; D.Lee (SUN) d. Sporrer 8-0 Doubles: Croke-Calabrese (PJP) d. Brownstein-Holt 8-1; H.Lee-Tong (SUN) d. Lato-Fiorani 8-1. Records: Suncoast 8-0. Martin County a. Palm Beach Lakes I Singles: Hatheway (MC) d. Buckhalder 1-1; Steffen (MC) d. Sansbury 8-2; Cure! (MC) d. Hawkins 8-3; Peterson (MC) d. Buckhalder 8-0; Ducoin (MC) d. Finley 8-0. Doubles: Hatheway Steffen (MC) d. Buckhalder Sansbory 16, How-kinsE. Buckhalder IPBL) d. MontessiLako 8-4. Martin County 6, Palm Beach Lakes 1 (makeup from March 18) Singles: Hatheway (MC) d. Bukhalder 8-1; Sansbury (MC) d. Montessi 8-6; McBride (MC) d. Hawkins 8-0; Curet (MC) d. E. Buckhalder 8-0; Peterson (MC) d. Finley 8-0. Doubles: steffen-Hatheway (MC) d. Buckhalder-Sansbury 8-6; Montessi-Lako (MC) d. Hawkins-E. Buckhalder 6. South Fork 6, Fort Pierce Westwood 1 Singles: Decuba (FPW) def Leth 6-2, 6-0, Logan (SF) def. Moelke 6-1, 6-0; Adamson (SF) del. Hinkle 6-1, 6-2; Foss (SF) def. Hashes 6-3, 6- Edwards (SF) def. Duggar 6-3, 7-6 (7-4). Doubles: Leth-Logan (SF) def. Decuba-Hinkle 8-4, Foss-Edwards (SF) def. Hashas-Dugar 8-3. Records: South Fork: 9-4. GIRLS Palm Beach Gardens d. Boca Raton 7-0 Singles: vivenzio (PBG) d. Stegman 8-1; Gaunt (PBG) d Huang 8-6; Galbraith (PBG) d. MurkoS-3; DeJong (PBG) d. Price 8-0; Perlman (PBG) d. O'Connell 8-2. Doubles: Vivenzio-Gaunt (PBG) d. Pingatore-Freitas 8-0; Gal-braith-DeJong (PBG) d. Murko-Price 8-4. Records: Boca Raton 7-2, Palm Beach Gardens 0. William T. Dwyer d. Jupiter 7-0 Singles: Hoffmen (WTD) d. Gittelman 1-0; Dixon (WTD) d. Hartman 8-0, Homan (WTD) d. O'Connor 8-0; Williams (WTD) d. CHaney 8-0; Cooper (WTD) d. Dyson 8-3. Doubles: Hoffman-Dixon (WTD) d. Shafter-Gittelmen 8-0; Homan-Williams (WTD) d. Hartman-Myers 1-0. Records: Jupiter 0-8. Atlantic d. Santaluces 7- Singles: The (A) d. Morand 8-1; Dunberg (A) Mead 8-2, Wilson (A) d. Vargas 8-0; Vasallo d. Vogt 8-1; Rubin (A) d Cowrie 8-3. Doubles: The-Dunberg (A) d. Moron-Mead 8-1; Wil-son-Vasallo (A) d. Vargas-Vogt 8-1. Records: Atlantic 7-3, Santaluces 4-10. Spanish River d. Olympic Heights S-l Singles: Neu (SR) d. Martorano 8-5; Lively ) won by forfeit; Marcus (OH) d. Persons 8-2; Tilton (SR) d. Shach 1-3; Vischon (SR) d. Blumstein 8-1. Doubles: Martoreno-Marcus (OH) d. Neu-Tilton 8-6; Vischon-Lively (SR) d. Shach-Blumstein 8-3. Records: Spanish River 2. Pope John Paul S, Suncoast 2 Singles: Hora (PJP) d. Umansky 8-0; Schmedes (SUN) d. Lome 8-1; Rohwedder (PJP) d Sandon 1-3, Sipolla (PJP) d. Eckes 1-4; Belcher (PJP) d. Slisik 1-4 Doubles: Hore-Slat-kow (PJP) a Eckes-Umansky 8-0; Flisek-Schmedes (SUN) d. Belcher-Rohwedder 8-4. Records: Suncoast 5-2. South Fork 7, Fort Pierce Westwood I Singles: Bass (SF) Sizemore 6-3, 6-2, Gerrigen d James 6-0. retired, Cellery (SF) d Strunt 6-1, 6-3. Albert! (SF) d. Wilbon 6-3, 6-3, Reolista (SF) d Petrutf 6-2. 4-0 Doubles: Bess-Alberti (SF) d Sizemore-Strunt 1-6. Cellery-Gerrigan (SF) d. Ly-Richardson 8-0. Records: SF-12-1. Jupiter Christian 7, School of me Arts 1 Singles: Cope (JCHR) d. Stidnem a4; Griffin (JCHRi d Kuntz 8-0, Marks I SOT A) d Santord Holmes (JCHR) d Gieti 0-L Carvalho (JCHR) won Doublet: Cooe-GnH.n (JCHR ) d. Kuntz-Stidhom a-4. Santord-Holmes (SCJR) d. Merks-Giett 1-2. Records: Jupiter Christien 3-1. Motrin County 7, Point Beach Lakes 0 Singlet: Petertson (MC) d Shoemaker 8-0; Boaz d Hopkmson 6-0, Branmng (MC) d Rodriguez 84, Schuermen (MC) d. Solder; Petel Kiernon Doublet: Boez-Burref (MC) d Snoe-meker-Hoekinton a-l; Romano-Potel (MC) d. Soider-Rodnguei 84. Martin County 7, Palm Beach Lakes (make-tip from March 18) Singlet: Pe'erson (MC) d Shoemaker 8-0. Boaz d Hopkmson 8-1, Brannmg (MC) d. Rodriguez 84; Petel IMC) d Solder 8-0; Schuermen d. Kiernen Doublet: Peterson-Colvord d Shoemaker -Hopkmson 8-0, Romeno-BurreHIMCId Solder-Rodriguez. Teoleys matches None scheduled Boys volleyball Twn day's retwttt ifM ft. LewMcd 4. Santaj River 1S-J, IS- JiL-03r Dommguti seven kills, Chrit iCieter is eti'stv Ate' Espmosa K d-gs. ttr kis RecartjH: John I Leonard S-4. Spanish River 1-1. Palm MadH Gartfem 4. ffeya. Patm fttach 1S- f-h PBG-iVatt Shcmwctl e-9 k.tta, 04 iftrodz W ser ice po nt M ce't: Pim 6ch Gardens M, Royal Palm Beach 6-1 Atlantic 4. Patm t Lafce lS- 1s-: A P9 Troup itvtn fc.ifv ftiriM men. Mar Swift-gte i? fc't-v three boctts, one ace Sh Atpr 17 two ares, one btocfc Recorpt: Atint p-1 Patm Beach Lakes l- WHhtm T. Dwyer 4. RatPtt IS-. e-lS l$-f- B - Jv Porooet-ch n k-tti, Atei Per eft a k'tts RecerPt: ft oca Raton 4t-4 WeWMiptpii 4. Saiflplwcps 15-1 )5-: Mr-Batf W:e'Kn k.i, johh TtvTt4s tout k'tts. S-Randv Mo'iev our -Hs Oarrell Sp'ope tvp blocks RtcpreH-nrii ngtfl f-0, Sen'a.v-cest ivpnpr 4. Cartftnpl Newman IS-l 17-15: J lobb't Berwtrk )? K'lls, Adam Rosrvprtn H) sef-vkc po tj Rpcarvs: Jvp'tpr p-2. Ca-dnai ktew-man Sceef 4. Fprpst MiR IS-C nVWt t-Jonp-ftvF, CaDoell toejr k It vrfkf ptorki, F H -i Aetjxer tour k fmo OtockS. RPCPrvS: Svncopst it2, Merest M.H 1-7 By Brian McLaughlin Special to the Palm Beach Post 5 GAINESVILLE John Carroll's found their share ot success at the 55th annual Florida Relays with Benavia Jenkins taking third in the long jump (16-9'4) and fourth in the triple jump (34-31) on Thursday. Teammate Michelle Sobczak was fifth (33-8.75), right Jenkins behind Jenkins in the triple jump, giving John Carroll Resultsschedule Baseball Thursday's rtsults Fort Meed 5, Okeechobee 4 Pope John Paul 6, Lake Worth 3 King's Academy 14, Highlands Christian 6 Glades Day 14, Pahokee I American Heritage 4, Benjamin 2 Cardinal Newman 5, John Carroll 2, first game John Carroll 4, Cardinal Newman 0, second game Spanish River 7, Atlantic 4 Fort Pierce Central 1, Port St. Lucie 0 Martin County 4, Patm Beach Lakes 3 Today's games Glades Central at Suncoast, 3:30 p.m. Olympic Heights at Jupiter, 3:45 p.m. Summit Christian at Fort Lauderdale Christian, 4 p.m. Jupiter Christian at Lake Worth Christian, 4 p.m. Moore Haven at Glades Day, 4 p.m. King's Academy at Pine Crest, 4 p.m. W.T. Dwyer at Palm Beach Gardens, 7 p.m. Fort Pierce Westwood at Lincoln Park, 7 p.m. Port St. Lucie at North Miami Beach, 7 p.m. John I. Leonard at Lake Worth, 7 p.m. Wellington at Vero Beach, 7 p.m. Santaluces at Pompano Beach-Ely, 7 p.m. Pope John Paul at Forest Hill, 7 p.m. South Plantation at Boca Raton, 7 p.m. Spanish River at Deerfield Beach, 7 p.m. Saturday's games Fort Pierce Central at Jupiter, noon Boca Raton at Palm Beach Gardens, 1 p.m. W.T. Dwyer at South Fork, 7 p.m. Monday's games Port St. Lucie at Vero Beach, 11 a.m. Benjamin at Lake Worth Christian, 4 p.m. Olympic Heights at Atlantic, 7 p.m. John I. Leonard at Martin County, 7 p.m. Patm Beach Lakes at Wellington, 7 p.m. Tuesday's games Boca Raton at Stranahan, 3:30 p.m. Suncoast at Royal Palm Beach, 3:30 p.m. Summit Christian at Zion Lutheran, 4 p.m. Highlands Christian at St. Andrews, 4 p.m. Forest Hill at Pahokee, 4 p.m. Pope John Paul at Cardinal Newman, 7 p.m. Santaluces at Deerftetd Beach, 7 p.m. Olympic Heights at Pompano Beach-Ely, 7 p.m. Softball Thursday's results Port St. Lucie 5, William T. Dwyer 1 Santaluces 14, Pompano Beach-Ely 0 Suncoast 8, Cardinal Newman I South Plantation 5, Boca Raton 4 John Carroll I, Rock ledge 2, first game John Carroll 3, Rockledge 2, second game King's Academy 11, Forest Hill 0 Jupiter Christian 70, Berean Christian B Atlantic 7, Wellington 2 Today's games Summit Christian at Fort Lauderdale Christian, noon Glades Day at King's Academy, 4 p.m. South Fork at William T. Dwyer, 4 p.m. Hollywood Christian at Benjamin, 4 p.m. Patm Beach Lakes at Vero Beach, A p.m. Jupiter at Palm Beach Gardens, 6:30 p.m. Saturday's games Atlantic at Olympic Heights, 6 p.m. Benjamin at Palm Beach Gardens, 4 30 p.m. Track Thursday's rtsults Florida Relays At Gainesville Class 2A-3A BOYS Long jump: None; High jump: 5. Jim Richardson (PJP) 6-2; Triplo lump: 4. Chris Coleman (PJPI 41-0 75; Shot put: 2. Isaac Hilton (SAI 54-15, 6. Carl Smalls ISA! 50-10 75; 12. Chris Coleman (PJP) 45-7; 21. John Whitworth (PJP) 40-II S; Discus: . John Whitworth (PJP) 13-7; 10. Carl Smalls (SAI 136-0. Pole vault: 4. David Shelbnck (PJPI 11-6: Distance medley: 12. SPope John Paul 11:24 47; 15. John Carroll 11:39 41 406 relay: 21. John Carroll 45 73; 100 hurdles: I Jim Richardson (PJP) 16.26; I. Roy Neill (JO 16 26; 100: 5. Ron Nixon (JC) II 71; 3200 relay: 12. Pope John Paul 1:52.73; MM relay: 12 Pope John Paul 1:35 65. 3200: 16. Ken Schap-pert (PJP) 10:19.12; 17. Dan Barry (PJP) 10 20 26; 1600 relay: 12. Pope John Paul 3:36.61; 13. St. Andrew's 3:36 (6. GIRLS Long jump: 3. Benavia Jenkins (JC) 16-9.7S; High jump: 10 Diana Klimkeiwict (PJP) 4-1; 10. Michelle Sobciak (JC) 4-t; 16. Detra Dino (PJP) 4-6; Triple jump: 4. Benavia Jenkins ( JC) i j-j.3; a. iwicneue sodczbk iji jj-b a; r. oieir ! Parker (PJP) 32-1; 10 Sileo Renee (PJP) 31-2 5; t Chn. n... tl klli-nlA Con I l-I nia-.. O Nicole Sion (JC) 93-t. Pale vault: 3. Lauren J Telesmanic (PJPI I I 4M relay: 10 Pope . 0-0; Distance medley: none; John Paul S3 03; 100 hurdles: I . AiDerra watkins, (pjpi 16 ti; 5. wicneiie I Sobczak (JC) 14.33; 100: 13. Sileo Renee (PJP) I 13 71; J2 relay: 2 Pope John Paul 10 01.43; too relay: 10 Pope John Paul 1:52 67; 3200: 13. Cath-. enne Coates (PJP) 13:00 07; UM relay: 7. Pope John Paul 4: 19 30. Today's meets Florida Relays at Gainesville Saturday's meets Florida Relays at Gainesville Golf Thursday's results BOYS Jupiter 160, Olympic Heights 191 jupiter ia-4-u - Genchi 37, B. Wood 31, P. Wood 42, Dicocco 43 OLYMPIC HEIGHTS (3-10) - Lance 47, Im-perato 47, Neidili 41, Green 41. At Old Trail, par 36 Santaluces IIS. Lake Werrh 194 santaluces (5-2) - Deason 39, Sowisdrel 44. Greene 49 Fandrey S3. LAKE WORTH 12-13) - Adams 46, Fick 46, W.nchester 50, Close 52. At Cyrpess Creek GC, par 36 Wellington 171 John I. Leonard IN WELLINGTON (B-2) - Horvath 41, Goldstein 42, Murphy 44. Duncan 45. JOHN I. LEONARD - Herron 44. Logan 44, Nemast 4a, Bernardo 46. At Bmks Forest. Par 36. Spanish River 171, Atlantic 173 SPANISH RIVER 14-1) - Ellish 40, Schwarl-berg 42. Bavles 43, Rabenstein 45. ATLANTIC (4-4-1) - Hetemonn 42, Brown 42. McMmn 43. Upton 46 At Oelrey Beech Municipal Golt Club, per 36. Royal Palm Beach 177, Forest Hill MS ROYAL PALM BEACH (3-7) - ClOuter 37, Nie 44. Bell 45. Pa'owski Si. FOREST HILL 10-71 - McVay 47, Hertig 49. Tognacci 52. Hiidreth S7 At West Palm Beach Country Club, per 36. Lake wen Christian 1st, Cardinal Newman 144) LAKE WORTH CHRISTIAN (J-1-1) - Gill 3B. Kukfcomee 40. Bortmek 40, Poweit 41 CARDINAL NEWMAN - Bates 39 Carro 39, Murphy 41, Roecot 41 At Atlantic Country CluO. per 36 Lena Me tea, Clewisten H4, Riverdale 214 LABELLE - Growling 36, Miller 41, Register 41, F'gure 42 CLEwiSTON (5-7) - Connors 45, Grace 50, Det 52. Herrere 57 RIVERDALE - Reef 45 Polekotf 50. Pog 99, Jwng 62 At Okbow Got Course, per 36 Km1 Aiodswt let, Martin County 163, tm- CUSt 6t KiNG S ACADEMY (94) - Kuresi 37, Gantl 31 Ze 4 Verier 43 MARTIN COUNTY (11-4J) - Foe 39, Penefta 41, Mel'i e 41, Tessa 41 SUNCOAST - Germ ne 39 Chipiey 41. Ven-degriff 43, Pottick 45. At Champions Club, par 36 Bonio . US, Pee JeM Peel M4) BENJAMIN 1 1 1-4)1 - LeCOIKhe 37. HoHts 39. For. It Sine 40 POe JON PAUL 110-3) - S Fleming 39, C i F wrung 40 OVetce 42. Fe-Mace 43 At ibis Country Club, per 36 CtRLI tewn River Ut Atlantic JOt Atlantic li s, - Smith. Si. Round 49. nO-tO 75 Ltvl Spanish R:VER '7-01 - tmne 4B McMurrow St wpire St Goids'e n 60 At Sou'nwMH. per Cmiio d ClllilOrtM I irev .Cl d Brown 6-0 6-2. (Cie Cevnee 6-3 6-2. Febeie i&Di I Moove Beli 6-1. 6-1 inhni(i4 OeCetrree-l 4-1 er 'GO: d OS 6-4 7-5 anontovo iC) 4 Brown-Fabrte 0-4. Cevinee- hi. i. a 8- I, 9- d (A) (SR 10- (SF) 1-4. IMC) d (MC! (MC l A By Joe Capozzi Palm Beach Post Staff Writer WEST PALM BEACH Here's one for local baseball trivia nuts to chew on: John Carroll High School allowed just three hits in a double-header Thursday at Cardinal Newman High, but the Rams had to settle for a split. "I can't remember that ever happening before anywhere," said coach Rock Dixon, whose Rams (12-3, No. 3 in The Palm Beach Post poll) lost the first game 5-2 in extra innings on a home run and won the second 4-0 behind a one-hitter. John Carroll's problem in Game 1 was 18-year-old Josh Intoppa, Cardinal Newman's catch-er-turned-firstbaseman-for-the-day who had the Crusaders' only two hits. With John Carroll pitcher Tucker Rigsby throwing fastballs in the high 80s, Intoppa made the most of his hits. Rigsby was cruising until two Newman runners got on with a walk and an error and just one out. When they advanced to second and third on a wild pitch, Matt Henrie was walked intentionally to set up the force play. But Intoppa hit a 3-2 fastball up the middle for a clean hit that drove in two runs. John Carroll tied the game in its next at-bat when David Slevin singled and scored on Brian John Carroll 013 202 1- 0 14 J 000 100 1- 1 t 3 Rockledge .u. A...nKu r.n.M m unit valise oiiu v uwn", ,.iuk",i - Jackson. WP: Calise (4-4). LP: Murphy (1-2). 2B: R-Jackson. HR: JC-O'Donnell. John Carroll 3, Rockledge 2: Kewlli Vetter went 2-for-3 with an RBI and Robin Dugey went 2-for-3 with an RBI for the Rams (6-5) against the Raiders (9-4) in the : second game of a double-header. ; Rockledge John Cerroll 00 M0 7- I 11 1 , 011 010 0- 4 11 1 Harrell and Stout; Loy and O'Donnell. WP: Loy (2-1). LP: Harrell. 2B: ROC-Graves, Jackson; JC-R. Dugey. Suncoast 8, Cardinal Newman 1: Jennifer Olds had seven strikeouts and went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI as the Chargers (7-6) surprised the Crusaders (10-3, No. 8 Post Top 10) at Riviera Beach. ..; Abby Forbush went 3-for-4 with two runs scored, two stolen-bases and an RBI for Suncoast. Cardinal Newman Suncoast 000 100 0-1 5 1 201 121 - 11 I Eagen and Brandon; Olds and Boienbury. WP: Olds IS-2). LP: Eagen. IB: S-Miller. Santaluces 14, Pompano Beach-Ely 0: Nicole Roberts struck out 11 to lead the Chiefs; (17-2, No. 2 Post Top 10) over Ely; at Lantana. Roberts also had two RBI and scored two runs for the Chiefs and Christine Sweeney went 2-for-4 with four RBI. Pompano Beach-Ely Santaluces 000 M- 45 S-!4 1 I -0 Calderone and Brooks; Roberts, Sweney (4) and Rudock. WP: Roberts (3-0). LP: Calderone. IB: S- , Marchetta. South Plantation 5, Boca ' Raton 4: Nikki Dubork went 2-for-3 with a double and three runs scored for South Plantation (14-4) in a victory against the Bobcats (10-7) at Boca Raton. South Plantation Boca Reten Ml 010 1- S S 011 Oil - 4 i 0 kerr end Gallignarl; Thomas and Tierney. WP: Kerr (12-4) LP: Thomas (S-S). IB: SP-DuBouk; BR Lommberdi. Atlantic 7, Wellington 2: Senior shortstop Elena Aguilar went 2-for-4 with three RBI and a double for the Eagles (11-5) in a' victory against the Wolverines at Delray Beach. Wellington Atlenttc Ml M0 0- 1 7 S 131 WO M- 7 7 1 Gotteib and Sheperd, Davis and Grubb. WP: De-vls (7-11. LP: Gotleib. IB: A-Aguilar. 3B: W-Tig -' Jupiter Christian 20, Berean Christian 8: Junior Hope Myers went 2-for-3 with a double and three RBI as the Eagles (1-5) defeated the Patriots at West Palm Beach. Jupiter Christian scored a run in every inning. ' Jupiter Christie, S31 74-al 0 S 4 41- 0 3 1 Bereen Christian Weuoh. Giowocki (4) end knight, Lenier and Ad-im WP: Waugh II I) LP: Lanier. IB: JC-Myrs 2S: X-GWwackl. King's Academy 11, Forest Hill 0: Senior Brooke Saxon struck out six in a no-hit performance to lead the Lions (10-3, No. 6 Post Top 10) over the Falcons at West Palm Beach. Junior Jennifer Mossadeghi went 2-for-4 with three runs scored, two stolen bases and two RBI. Senior teammate Kimmy Carter went 3-for-4 with three runs scored, two stolen bases and three RBI for the Lions. King's scored a run in every inning except the second. OM SO- 0 0 4 Ml tt-ll 10 0 A.i. jatoto :ti Carve o Soron and Cerier TP: Saron ! H-31 LP: TB. kA-Certer shouted to his teammates, "Just give me one run, and it's over." The 17-year-old lefthander overpowered the Crusaders with a combination of fastballs in the high 80s, curve balls and change-ups. He struck out 16 and gave up just one hit, a soft grounder to deep short with two outs in the fifth that Slevin couldn't field in time to catch Marty Dytrych at first. Lynch (5-0), a junior, threw a no-hitter against Melbourne Central Catholic earlier in the season, but he said Thursday's one-hitter was his best game. "I threw harder tonight," he said. The only well-hit ball off him came in the second inning when Wes Logsdon drove a fly to deep center that got hung up in the wind long enough for the putout. "He's going to make a ton of money soon," Newman coach Jack Kokinda said of Lynch. Afterward, Dixon marveled at the double-header. "All I know is, as a coach I'm still trying to figure out how my team gives up three hits and splits." FIRST GAMC Jehn Carroll Cardinal Newman 109 109 W- 1 800 X 81- S 18 Higsby, Slevin (9) and Torres; Bryan, Horvey (7) and woldron WP: Harvey (4-2) LP: Slevin (1-1). 2B: JC-Lynch 38): JC-Hoafl HR: CN-lntoppa. None out when winning run scared. GAME 1 John Carroll Cardinal Newman 02 119 0- 4 7 1 toe too t- 0 14 Lynch and Torres, Henrie and Weldron P: Lynch (5-0), LP: Henrie (5-2). li: JC-Hoeg, Coleman. first win in his first start and also went 2-for-3 as the Lions defeated Highlands Christian at West Palm Beach. Highlands Christie" King's Academy Ml 0J0 I- i 11 711 til I-V4 H I Hamhy, Haines (1) and Shenns Broons, Rooer-son (7) and Morton WP: Broods (1-0), IP: Hemhy. American Heritage 4, Benjamin 2: The Patriots led 3-0 after three innings and then held off the Buccaneers (4-11) at Plantation. Sophomore catcher Dan Des-plaines went 2-for-4 with one run scored and junior center fielder Matt Boykin went 2-for-3 for the Buccaneers. . ees tee I 2 M American ttertte 21 Oel I- 4 4 2 Neverwi and Owe.nel, 0 and Davidson. WP: Edge LP: Nevered (2-4) 2: AM-PeHre HR: AH-Edge Spanish River 7, Atlantic 4: Junior catcher Richie Lamas went 3-for-4 with a double, a run scored and three RBI as the Sharks (5-10) defeated the Eagles (7-) at Delray Beach. foe Rrver Anewhc It M I-) 0 4 00 MO 4 SO I i. jri D'en 7 j end i. o e-oe e"d BM WP Bit 113' LP: Meevwde lJl IB: SR-LP-mes. A Johnson, Hyte Smith. Beti Baseball Hoag's triple. Then, the game turned into a duel between Rigsby and Newman pitcher Matt Bryan who pitched six strong innings despite suffering from the flu. Bryan was relieved in the seventh by Mike Harvey and the game went into extra innings until bottom of the ninth. With Slevin pitching in relief, Brian Williams struck out but got to first on a passed ball and then to second an another passed ball. Again, the Rams elected to walk Henrie to set up the force and face Intoppa. Slevin worked the count to 1-2 and threw a curve ball that Intoppa hit toward the left-field fence. The ball hung up in a stiff wind and started drifting toward the foul pole but cleared the fence fair for the game-winning home run. The Newman bench spilled onto the field and mobbed Intoppa as he crossed the plate. "I was in a bit of a slump and I just tried to hit it cleanly," he said as he teammates hugged him. Watching from the stunned John Carroll dugout was Game 2 pitcher Matt Lynch. "That kind of fired me up, watching them celebrate like that in front of us," Lynch would say later. Just before Game 2 started he Baseball Fort Meed 5, Okeechobee 4: The Miners (8-9) rallied from a 4-2 deficit with a three-run fifth inning to defeat the Brahmans (8-9) at Okeechobee. Allen Lanier, Chad McWaters and Mark Kovac each collected two hits for Okeechobee. Pert Weed 01 taj 05 4 1 00 720 04 0 4 O Cain. Bernefl (4) and Jones Cr.end, Crewtord (4) Guerrero () end Lenier tvP: O'Cein (2-2) LP: Crewtord (H). J: FM-O'Cein; O-Storey, Mor-an. Pope John Paul 6, Lake Worth 3: Scott Hanley went 3-for-4 for the Eagles (9-7) with three runs scored and two RBI in a victory against the Trojans (3-11) at Boca Raton. Cliff Gailey went 2-for-3 for Lake Worth. Lane Wert Mml-I 10 121 100 07 Ht I Pee Ju Peal Lee one "r-". - - , ... C-a (2-2i LP: Lee (12) L-Oeey. Weil. PjP-eer King' Academy 14, Highlands Christian 6: Freshman pitcher Gator Brooks earned his Fort Pierce Central pulls upset; Glades Day routs Pahokee 14-1 Special to The Palm Beach Post FORT PIF.RCE Larrv Lan- kow pitched a complete-game one- hitter, striking out iu to ieaa rorc Pierce Central (5-11) to a 1-0 victory against Port St Lucie (No. 9 Post Top 10) on I hursaay. Trip Cnhras scored the win ning run on a two-out passed ball in the hrst inning, cnan suuivan gave up one hit and one run with eight strikeouts tor rax at uu-cie. Pert St Locie Pert Pierce Central at tee 0-0 l 0 wo oo -i I l Suitivan and Setter. Lannow end Fogei. eVP: Len- kow (J-Ji LP: Sullivan. Glades Day 14, Pahokee 1: James Roxbv went 2-for-2 with three RBI to lead the Gators (14-2, No. 5 Class 2A) over the Blue Devils at Belle Glade. Boo Baez went 2-for-2 with two RBI and Justin Gregory went 2-for-2 with two RBI for Glades Day, which scored nine runs in the second inning. Petweee Giedet Day tit OO- I (I Ifl le-M II I Henojt forrrt i, w Bcaior V'S h04ee 4V nvseere (5- ed enei Bgrns i?i LP ar-ov 0 2i 2B GO-a-in M GO-oy

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