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THE PALM BEACH POST SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1998 5C High schools Derhak boosts Gardens Gators blow six-run lead but defeat Dwyer 8-6 UM wins 14 th straight The No. 1 Hurricanes shut out Harvard 7-0 to continue the streak. Lakes girls set national record Baseball .-m Barnes Lawson - i v- i Stowe for the area RBI lead, gave Gardens a 1-0 lead in the first with his fourth home run of the season. Gardens cleanup hitter Tim McPherson's three-run homer in the third gave the Gators a 5-0 lead and Derhak made it 6-0 with a solo shot in the fourth. Dwyer (8-6, 6-2) rallied for four runs in the fifth, and a two-run homer by No. 9 hitter Jason Mills tied the game in the top of the sixth before Derhak hit the game-winner. Dwyer loaded the bases with one out in the seventh, but McPherson who relieved winning pitcher Zach Miner got Dwyer's Joe Sacco to pop up to short and ended the game by striking out Sean Reeves. Special to the Palm Beach Post CORAL GABLES Sophomore Alex Santos allowed six hits in seven innings as the University of Miami baseball team, No. 1 in the nation, shut out Harvard 7-0 Friday at Mark Light Stadium. The Hurricanes (26-4) have won 14 straight and 20 of 21. Colleges McClorin Wilks By Steve Dorsey Palm Beach Post Staff Writer PALM BEACH GARDENS The top half of the batting order for Palm Beach Gardens has three hitters with above-.400 averages, including the area's home run and RBI leaders. However, it was the bottom of Gardens' order specifically designated hitter Alex Derhak that did the most damage Friday night as the Gators, ranked No. 6 in the area, defeated district rival W. T. Dwyer 8-6. In a game that resembled a home run derby contest, Derhak hit two homers, including a game-winning two-run blast in the bottom of the sixth after Dwyer had rallied from a six-run deficit to tie the game in the top of the inning. "In batting practice (Friday), everyone hit a home run," said Derhak, the No. 8 hitter in coach Joe Russo's lineup whose solo homer in the fourth gave Gardens a 6-0 lead. No lead was safe on this night, however, especially with a favorable wind blowing out toward left-center field. The teams combined to hit five home runs, four by Gardens. But it was Derhak, a junior who moved here from New Hampshire last summer, who delivered the biggest home run his third of the season. "We smacked the ball around pretty good," said Russo, whose team improves to 13-4 overall and 8-2 in the tight District 14-5A race. "It feels good to get them back." Chad Oliva, who entered the week tied with Atlantic's Mark Santos, who leads the team with 67 strikeouts, has not allowed a run in 15 innings. Shortstop Bobby Hill went 3-for-4 with two doubles, two runs and two RBI. Even with a fall on the second leg, the 440-meter hurdles team is ifastest ever. By Brian McLaughlin Special to the Palm Beach Post ; GAINESVILLE Palm Beach Lakes' girls are so good in ihurdle races, they suffered a fall !on the second leg and still set a national high school record in the 440-meter hurdles shuttle run at Ithe Florida Relays on Friday. ; Seniors Sharianne Lawson and ;Lasheba Barnes and juniors Jerkita McClorin and Antoinette .Wilks combined to run a 58.89 and Itook fourth in a college event with five teams in it. The relay team, running under the name Lakes !Express Track Club, beat out the iUniversity of Missouri while breaking the previous national record of 59.2. W. T. Dwyer Palm Beach Gardens 000 042 0-8 6 2 104 102 1-8 8 1 chor leg in only her first year on varsity, and she will be a key if the Chargers are to repeat as Class 4A state champions. 'It's fun to run the 4x100 because you already have the lead (when you start the anchor leg), and you just have to make it a bigger lead," Whipple said. Suncoast set the record, but the best could come in today's finals. "We played the handoffs safe today," Suncoast coach Lou Lo-zada said. "We just tried to do everything correctly. We've got good depth, it's awfully tough to have to pull any of them out." Brian Dacunha of Santaluces 000 000 000- 0 7 2 100 012 30x- 7 13 1 Harvard Miami Eaton, Carruthers (4) and Collins; Miner, McPherson (7) and Oliva. WP: Miner (4-1). LP: Carruthers. 2B: WTD-Pigott, Sacco, Mills; PBG-Derhak. MR: WTD-Mllls; PBG-Oliva, McPherson, Derhak (2). Santos, Howell (8), Morrison (9) and Keck; Duf-fell Schafer (4), Wells (71 Lennon (8) and Jacobson, Muller (8). W-Santos (7-0) L-Duffell (1-0). 2B-HU-Vankoski, UM-HIII (2), Seever. MORE BASEBALL Florida St. 14, Maryland 2: Right fielder Matt Diaz had three RBI and three hits, including a two-run home run in the first inning, as the No. 8 Semi-noles won at home. FSU starter Jon McDonald allowed one hit in Track seven innings. 880 002 008- 1 1 7 302 113 48x- 14 18 1 Maryland Florida State McDonald. Diblasi (8) and Klosterman; Ham mond, Infantino (4), Fleetwood (5) and Bronowicz. W-McDonald (6-2) L-Hammond (1-5). 2B-FSU-Groves (2), Zabala. HR-FSU Oiai, Salaiar. PBAB 6, Nova 4: Mark Holbert went 3-for-4 with an RBI and Nick Priolo got a complete- game victory as Palm Beach Atlantic College snapped Nova Southeastern's five-game win streak. Mike Clarke and Carlos Cajigas hit home runs for the was first in the pole vault finals and Vincent Wilfork of Santaluces won the discus finals at 166-5. Top area finishers: BOYS Long lump: None; Discus: 1. Vincent Wilfork (Sant) 146-5, 3. Nicholas Br. ley (PSD 163-4; a. Bobby Past (MC) 141-11; Polo vault: I. Brian Dacunha (Sant) 14-6; 2. Andrew Porter (Sab) 14-0; 13. John Marginelli 12-0; 400 relay: 1. Westwood 41.99; 5. Santaluces 42.39; 110 hurdles (preliminaries): 2. Sher-rod Coates (Sant) 15.05; 4. Arrington Watkins (Sant) 15.14; 5. Selwyn Scott (Leon) 15.17; 100: 4. Robert Thomas (West) 11.00; 12. Torlan Howard (Sant) 11.32; 16. Selwyn Scott (Leon.) 11.50; 800 relay (preliminaries): 4. Santaluces 1:29.85; 6. Westwood 1:30.05; Distance medley: 10. Leonard 11:04.14; 17. Spanish River 11:11.77; 23. Olympic Heights 11:27.71; 25. Martin County 11:32.29; 1600 relay (preliminaries): 9. Dwyer 3:26.47; 15. Westwood 3:30.74. CIRLS Long lump: 3. Sharianne Lawson (PBL) 17-10; 8. Antoinette Wilks (PBL) 16-8.75; 11. Jerkita (McClorin (PBL) 16-3; High lump: 6. Erin Stern (Well) 5-2; I. Leah Smith (Sun) 5-0; 12. Sabrina Wal-dron (Jup) 4-10; 22. Krlstina Rolle (Sun) 4-8; Shot put: 5. Shatoya Coogle (SR) 36-3; 7. Kal Cunningham (SF) 34-11.5; 8. Franceta Razi (LW) 33-4; 400 relays (preliminaries): 1. Suncoast 46.92; 2. Palm Beach Lakes 48.02; 7. Santaluces 49.69; 100 hurdles (preliminaries): 1. Sharianne Lawson (PBL) 14.37; 2. Jerkita McClorin (PBL) 14.65; 5. Antoinette Wilks (PBL) 1506; 6. Lasheba Barnes (PBL) 15.11; 9. Attallah McLawrence (Sun) 15.63; 19. Jaddrlenne Ramph (Sun) 18 09; 100 (preliminaries): 1. Erica Whipple (Sun) 11.79; 2. Riunite Carter (Sun) 12.25; I. Jareal Lurry (PBL) 12.86; 11. Lawana Booth (PBL) 12 93; 15. Krlstina Rolle (Sun) 13 00; 800 relay (preliminaries): 9. Santaluces 1:47.09; 16. Dwyer Sailfish. 008 038 818- 4 8 8 858 800 10x- 8 12 2 Nova Southeastern Palm Beach Atlantic Suarez and Prill; Priolo and Cajigas. W Priolo. -Suarez (4-4). 2B-PBA-Wilder. HR-PBA- Clarke, Cajigas. Northwood Univeristy 15, Florida Memorial 4: Sean Ho-meier went 4-for-5 with a double, : home run and five RBI and Jesse Sund homered and drove in three for Northwood (22-9). 8rSf- -8VW- 801 802 188 4 S 8 121 848 121-15 18 3 Florida Memorial Northwood University LANNIS WATERSStaff Photographer Pope John Paul's Bob Kelting gets back to second base ahead of the tag from Forest Hill Sanfana, Williams (5) and Medina; Baraket, Chapman (7) and Mann. WP:Baraket (6-2). LP:San-tana. 2B:FM Romero, Pamplllo; NW Homeier, Cheeseman, Mann. 3B:NU Upson. HR:FM Alvarez; NU Homeier, Sund. Lynn University 4, Eck-erd College 1: Despite Mike . Fee pitching seven innings, allowing two runs and striking out five, the Knights (10-21-1) defeated the Tritons (14-20-1) at Eckerd. shortstop Michael Wood during the second inning of Pope John Paul's 9-7 victory. Pope John Paul edges Forest Hill; John L Leonard routs Lake Worth i :. Wilks' right leg hooked the second-to-last hurdle, causing the fall, and she fell to the ground, sustaining minor scrapes. But it was her recovery that kept Palm Beach Lakes in the running for the national record. The team would have blown the record away in the 56-second range without the fall. ; : '1 feel privilegea and proud of myself and all my teammates to have run against these teams," Wilks said. 'AVe just came into this thinking of it as just another high school meet." ; . Texas A&M finished first in the unique event, Iowa State was second and Central Florida third, v , Palm Beach Lakes coach Jerome Groover's relay team spent extra time getting ready for the meet, staying late at the track for as long as two to three hours after practice. "We were on par to shatter the record by 2-3 seconds," Groover said. "They've all been very dedicated to setting this record. We'll jUst find another race to run in and we'll go after it again to see if we can run around 55 or 56 seconds." -., In the earlier high school preliminary races, Lawson took first in the 100-hurdle prelims at 14.37, McClorin was second (14.65), Wilks fifth (15.06) and Barnes sixth (15.11). Lawson also took third in the long jump finals (17-10). . Spanish River's girls distance medley relay team set a Florida Relays record in 12:25.15. Suncoast's girls 400 relay team broke their Florida Relays record from last year with a first-place finish in the prelims at 46.92. Last year's record-setting relay team of Riunite Carter, Kris-tina Rolle, Delilah Dillard and To-mirror Ryles lost only Dillard to graduation, while freshman Erica Whipple has filled in more than adequately. Whipple took first in Friday's 100-meter prelims in a time of 11.79. Attallah McLawrence and Leah Smith give the Chargers depth in relay events. Smith has taken Ryles' place in the 400 relay recently, but Ryles will be back at practice Monday to challenge for her spot on the relay team. , Whipple has handled the an 1:51.48; Distance medley: 1. Spanish River 12:25 15; 10. Jupiter 13:31.42; 12. Martin County 13:45.72; 1600 relays (preliminaries): 1. Palm Beach Lakes 3:58.28; 2. Santaluces 4:03 96. CLEWISTON INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores: Glades Central 133, Moore Haven 72, Naples 54, Clewiston 42, Naples-Leye 39, Bishop-Verot 38, Immokalee 32, John Carroll 24, Mariner 19, St. John Newman 10, LaBelle 10, Evangelical Christian 1. 3.200 relay: 1. Glades Central 8:22; 2. Immokalee 8:33; 3. Naples 8:41. 110 high hurdles: 1. Delusm (NL) 1594; 2. Jones (MH) 15.97; 3. Hill (GO 16.16. 100: 1. Tinsley (GO 11.18; 2. Cooper (MH) 11.41; 3. Sampson (MH) 11.44. 1,600: I. English (N) 4:37.3; 2. Webber (NL) 4:40 4, 3 Schmidt (01 4:42. 400 relay: 1. Moore Haven 43 31; 2. Bishop Verot 44 50, 3. Naples 45.00 400: I. McBride (GO 51 59; 2. Jones (GO 52 19, 3. Johnson (C) 52 88 300 hurdles: 1. Adderly (MH) 41.21; 2. Hill (GO 41.28; 3. Simms (GO 41.93. 800: I. McGruder (JO 2:00; 2. Schmidt (I) 2:03; 3. Kosiulinski (BV) 2:05. 200: 1. Vickers (GO 22 63, 2. Tinsley (GO 22 69; 3. Cooper (MH) 23.12. 1,200: 1. English (N) 10:06; 2. Webber (NL) 10:11.44; 3. Mcinkley (M) 10:34.03. 1,600 relay: 1. Glades Central 3:29 3; 2 Clewiston 3:35 31, 3 Bishop Verot 3:37.75. Discus: 1. Summeralls (L) 141-4; 2. Moran (NL) 137-5, 3. Franklin (O 134-6. Shot put: 1. Holmes (C) 47-544; 2 Sampson (M) 45-2; 3 Petrocelli (M) 43-, Long lump: I. Lovett (GO 22-7; 2. Banks (GO 24-4; 3 Jones (MH) 21-7. Triple lump: I. Banks (GO 46-3", 2. Howard (O) 45-8, 3. Messam (GO 44-8. High lump: I. Jones (MH) 6-4; 2. Lovett (GO 6-4, 3. Squitterri (N) 6-2. Pole vault: 1. Sprehe (N) 11-6; 2. Sambrato (BV) 10-6, 3. Lebruen (GO 10-6. CIRLS Team scores: Naples 126, Glades Central 116, Lynn Eckerd 882 808 828- 4 7 8 818 008 6- 1 nl 5 Schlottman, Schumann (4) and Lamas. Gill- more and Miller. WP: Gillmore (3-5). LP: St. Louis, Kapellush (9) and Cincimino; Fee, Jenkins (8), Shelton (9) and Zack. WP:St Louis (2-7). LP:Fee ( 1-3). 2B:LYNN Baker. 3B:LYNN Rizzo. Florida International 5, Stetson 3: Mike Suarez went 2-' for-4 with three RBI and Jimmy Baseball Schlottman (1-3). 2B: S-Lamas 2. Jupiter Chrisitan 4, Lake Worth Christian 1: Bran Molina went 2-for-3 for Florida International (22-15). Special to The Palm Beach Post WEST PALM BEACH Bob Templeman went 3-for-4 with two doubles to lead Pope John Paul to a 9-7 victory against Forest Hill on Friday. W.J. Hasey struck out six for Pope John Paul. Eric Tatum homered for Forest Hill. don Mason struck out eight and went 2-for-3 with a double to lead the Eagles over the Defend 883 808 808- 3 7 1' 804 801 80s- 5 12 8 Stetson Florida Internatienal ers. House and Serrano; Franco end Rodriguez. WP:Franco. LP:House. 2B:ST-Shipley; Fl-Kra-mer. MR:ST Corr; FI Suarez. King's Academy 10, Pine Crest 2: Senior Kerwin Santiago went 3-for-4 with a stolen base and junior Ned Perry went 2-for-4 with two RBI, two runs scored and one stolen base to lead the Lions (8-2-1) over host Pine Crest (8-8). Jupiter Christian Lake Worth Christian 100 21- 4 SIS 88- 1 S 1 2 8 SOFTBALL Mason and Smith; Roach and Harden. WP: Pope John Paul Forest Hill 181 188 4- 082 118 3- 7 e 1 8 1 Mason (1-0) LP: Roach. 2B: JC-Alexander, Ma FAU wins two in Buzz son, LWC-Attfield. Classic: Florida Atlantic defeat Boca Raton 12, South ed UNC-Charlotte 2-0 and Drake Plantation 2: Senior Dave Ed- King's Academy Pine Crest 050 302 0-18 II 1 001 010 8- 1 4 8 3-1. dinger pitched a complete game Liz Niadna, who leads the con Hasey and Templeman; Knapp, Mack (5) and Seldonridge. WP: Hasey (5-3). LP: Knapp (4-3). 28: PJP-Templeman (2), Urie. 3B: PJP-Her-nandez. HR: FH E. Tatum. John I. Leonard 9, Lake Worth 1: David Patrick, Ryan Croteau and Adam Brown combined for a one-hitter for the Lancers (11-4). two-hitter with seven strikeouts and went 4-for-4 three runs ference in wins, got her 18th of the season with a one-hitter in scored and an RBI as the Bob Clewiston 69, St. John Newman 50, Naple-Lely 46, Bishop Verot 39, Mariner 30, Imokalee 26, LaBelle 13, John Carroll 10, Moore Haven OW, Evangelical Christian 0. X200 relay: 1. Naples 10:20; 2 St. John Newman 10:34; 3. Bishop Verot 10:48. 100 high hurdles: 1. Jones (GO 16 22; 2. Lee (C) 16 35; 3. Webster (SJN) 17 78. 100: 1. Thomas (N) 13.19; 2. Sherial (GO 13.37; 3. Bessett (N) 13 30. 1,600: 1. Stopa (Ml 5:18.12; 2. Guisto IN) 5:72 33; 3 Melham (NL) 5:42 6. 400 relay: I. Glades Central 50 63, 2. Clewiston 52 03; 3. Naples 52 06 400: I. Outler (GO 61 5; 2. Johnson (C) 63 66; 3 Deloach (I) 64 28 JOO hurdles: 1. Blythwood (GO 47.12; 2. Thomas (N) 51.91; 3. Ceicil (NL) 51.75 800: I Stopa (M) 2 26 65. 2. Schneider (SJN) 2 28 6; 3 Russell (N) 2:34 89 200: 1. Blythwood (GO 26 35; 2. Bell (N) 26 85, 3. Deloach (I) 27 00 1,200: I. Guisto (N) 12:01; 2 Mehtem (NL) 12:32, 1. Palmer (N) 12:41. 1,600 relay: 1. Glades Central 4:12.8; 2. St. John Newman 4:26.2. Discus: I. West (M) 106-7; 2. McKenzie (C) 10S-"j; 3 Moore (N) 107-2 Shot put: I. Moore (N) 33-7'j; 2. McKenzie (C) 13-34; 3. Blythwood (GO 33-2 4. Long lump: 1. Deloach (I) 16-8. 2. Johnson (GO 16-7H, 1 Shaw (C) 16-6' Triple lump: I. Shaw (O 36-7, 2 Louissint (Nl 34-8. 3. Smith (GO 34-2. High lump: I. Webster (SJN) 5-2, 2 Brody (BV) 5-0, 1. Blytwood (GO 5-0 Pel vault: I. Elgeton (L) 1-2, 2. Kehl (BV) 8-0; 1. Delo (BV) 74. game 1. cats (11-5) defeated the Paladins DIVING in Boca Raton. John I. Leonard Lake worth 205 800 2-000 100 0- 8 5 8 1 1 2 McCormack, Pittman (3), Roberson (6) and Romero, Morton (7). Pern and Taylor. WP: McCormack (2-1). LP: Perri (4-4). 21: KA-Perri, McCormack, Brooks. MR: P Perri. Suncoast 7, Glades Central 3: Brian Chumney went 2-for-3 with a double and two runs scored to lead the Chargers (4-13) over the Raiders at Riviera Beach. Dan McKernan and Bryan Siber each went 2-for-3 with an RBI for Suncoast. 'CANES GILLOOLY WINS Sophomore shortstop Bryan Zech went 2-for-3 with three NATIONAL TITLE: University of RBIs for Boca. 811 88- 1 1 S South Plantation Boco Raton 338 33-12 11 I Miami senior diver Bryan Gilloo-ly claimed the three-meter title at the 1998 NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships in Auburn, Ala. Gillooly regis Patrick, Croteau (0), Brown (7) and Balli. Weihs, Krook (5), Abrams (8) and Ballard WP: Patrick (3-0). LP: Weiss. 2B: J D' Antonio, Balli. Lincoln Park Academy 5, Fort Pierce Westwood 0: Jacob Bailey and Joe Wilhelmy combined for a four-hit shutout to lead the Greyhounds (9-7) over the Panthers (8-5) at Fort Pierce. Schmidt, Hunt (4) and Campbell, Eddinger and Murray, wr fcaamger (4-2). LP: Schmidt Glades Central Suncoast 812 80S 8- 3 SI 822 182 1 II I tered 631.40 points to capture his second championship. (0-2). 2B: B-Nigro, Bellisari. Okeechobee 11, Bartow 1 (5 inn.): Bobby Williams went 3-for-3 with a triple, two RBI and two runs scored for the Gardens slips by Jupiter TENNIS 80S 888 8- 8 4 1 822 188 8- S 8 1 Port Pierce westwood Lincoln Park Academy FAU men tie for first: Flor Brahmans (9-9) at the Johnny Shatara and Almazan, Chumney and Peyton. WP: Chumney (2-3). LP: Shatara (3-3) 2B: SUN Finn, Simon, Chumney, McClinton. 3B: GC-Santos. Santaluces 13, Pompa-no Beach Ely: Mark Roche went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and Todd Kennamer went 2-for-3 with three RBI for Santaluces (7-10). hreeland lournament at Sco Softball ida Atlantic extended its winning streak to seven after a 5-2 victory over Troy State University in Boca Raton. The Owls (11-4) ring. Brian Morgan was 2-for-3 Special to The Palm Beach Post PALM BEACH GARDENS Beth Byron went 2-for-4 with a run scored to help Palm Beach Gardens (14-2, No. 3 Post Top 10) . defeat Jupiter 3-2 on Friday. with two singles, one run and one RBI and Mark Kobac was 3- Labioana, Lane (5) and Tomlinson; Bailey, Wilhelmy and Borland WP: Bailey (3-0). LP: La-bigana. 2B: LPA-Boman. Glades Day 12, Moore Haven 2: Zach Threlkeld went 3-for-3 with three RBI including a double and a triple to lead the Gators (15-2) over the Terriers at Belle Glade. Tim Burns went 3-for-3 with three RBI for Glades Dav. are 4-1 in conference, tying them for first with Florida International and Georgia State. . . . Sophomore Maria Widyadharma defeat 182 8S3-I1 13 I 888 S2I- III Santaluces try for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI. ei see i- 108 118 - I ll 18 1 Jupiter Palm Bead Gardens William T. Dwyer 8, South Fork 7: Lindsay Marzano went 3-for-3 with two runs scored and Jenel Thompson went 2-for-4 with two RBI to lead the Panthers (6-10) over the Bulldogs (7-7-1) at West Palm Beach. Barlow Okeechobee -111 -11 13 I IIS 848 I ed Kristel Huntaruk 6-2, 6-2 at No. 1 singles Friday to lead the Central Florida women to a 7-2 PrevoM. Crum (2). Helmtck (3; end Shiha'ber, Beitl'e. Guerrero (4) end Lamer WP: Beillie 12-1) LP: Prevail (0-1) 2B: O-Crawtord. Tiiomia 3B: O-Williorm. IN 188 I- I 8 8 871 281 I-11 II 1 Moore Haven Glados Day Sort Far William T. Dwyer victory over The Air Force Acad t rre 2- 821 828 1- 7 6 1 8 9 S Bradshaw and Hartman, Tesla and McCall. WP: Testa 1 13-2) LP: Bradshaw 28: JU-Raymond. Wilson, PBG -McCall. Bauer. Summit Christian 13, Fort Lauderdale Christian 5: Junior Amanda Adeimy had nine strikeouts and went 3-for-4 to lead the Fighting Saints (6-1) over host Fort Lauderdale Christian. emy. ... 1 he wova women ae-feated Palm Beach Atlantic 5-2. Davidson and Gillenwater; Caserre and Medina WP: Davidson LP: Caserta 28: S-Gllen-water, Hughes. Kennamer. H: S Christie, PBE-Nunei. Jupiter 12, Olympic Heights 1: Gene Col well went 3-for-3 with an RBI and three runs and Dave Spalding went 2-for-3 with two RBI for the Warriors (8-9) in a victory against the Lions (7-10). Rey Stefanelli went 2-for-3 with an RBI for Olympic Heights. LATE THURSDAY The University of Florida women s tennis team ua-u, b-u Ripper and Guin; Thompson and A Foster WP: Thompson (I I) LP: Ripper (7-7) 2B: SF-Crene. Gume. WTD-Marzeno, Odell, Foster. IS: WTO-Thompson, Benjamin 4, Hollywood Christian 3: Kelly Doyle went 2-for-3 with an RBI for the Buccan-eeers (7-10) in a victory against Hollywood Christian (10-5) at West Palm Beach. Swmmrt Christian Fort taadirdato Christian 111 801 6-11 H 8 186 811 1- f 18 4 SEC), ranked third in the nation, takes on South Carolina (8-7) to Jupiter Christian 11, Berean 9: Brandon Mason went 2-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored to lead the Eagles (5-3) over the Patriots. Anderson, Hoggh (4) and Sergeant. Wilkinson, Gregory 14) and Rey WP: Wilkinson (3-0) LP: Anderson. IS: GO-Threlkeld. 3B: GO-Throi-keld. Baei. Wellington 3, Vero Beach 1: Justin Pope had seven strikeouts in five innings and Kevin Maag had a two-run homer for the Wolverines (13-3, No. 2 Post Top 10, No. 6 Class 6A) in a victory against the Indians (12-3, No. 1 Post Top 10, No. 9 Class 6A) at Vero Beach. Jeff Searcy went l -for-3 with a double and RBI for Vero Beach. day. . . . The University of Florida men's tennis team (9-8, 3-4SEC), ranked 24 in the nation, beat Arkansas 5-2. OlymoK Heights Jueuter -111 -ti n l BereoA ChrHtton Jupiter Chrntun 178 181 8- 18 188 704 8-11 8 3 HoMood Christian Boffiemm 187 8- 1 4 8 884 8- 4 6 1 Homon, Becker 4t e"d Taiansk,, Bruce Boh (I) and Aletendor WP:Botn u-0) LP: Moioen !: B Hoon. JUP Laurent. Sm.th, Mason. MR 8-Df LATE THURSDAY ' Adeimy end Sheerer. GoKtstem end Gill. WP: imy (3-1). LP: Goldstein (2-4) IB: SC-Red, Shearer, King. FLC -Newman 38): SC-E WiggS. MR: SC-4. Wigs. Smith, FLC -Goldstein. - King's Academy 10, Glades Day 0 (5 inn.): Senior Brooke Saxon pitched a one-hit shutout, striking out five and walking one to lead the Lions (11-3, No. 6 Post Top 10) over the Gators (7-7) at West Palm Beach. 6wa On 80S 88- 8 I t -f Academe 1 Wl op 18 II I Maryland 14, Florida St. GIRLS TENNIS Weissmg. Mindick I2J ad Hughes. Preso i4i Soicer and O Connor WP: Sp-cer 1 1-431. LP: Weissing (2-2) MR: JuP-O Connor. Deerfield Beach 14, Spanish River 4: The Sharks (5-1 1 ) gave up six runs in the fourth and five in the eighth in a loss at Deerfield Beach. 6: Casey Trout brought in three Mecca and MudHW, Snuimen and Cameron WP-Shutmen (7-4) LP: Mecca (4-1). Vero Beach 5, Palm Beach Lakes 3: Senior Carrie Bielecki struck out eight and hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift the Indians (12-6) over the Rams at Vero Beach. runs on two douDies as ne lea Maryland to a 14-6 win at Florida State Thursday. , 11-1 18 18-1 II VerVac JHt Cftrrvfl t, JmpiHr Christian 1 SfiM: hmo (X) ti Cot H. Scwrt (Xi &!. &mfrd (jt a tWcC - (7-3., (Xl HWmoM 4-0 Mos-Mnow iXK Conromc 44 Dvrt Mjo Scwrrj (XI 4 CopMf.n H 48W-ArVtojtl (JCt 4 $mm-frtftmri4-S Rsct-4v- Af af Or 3 7 SNMk a) Orf S4H4 M8rli W fflf 4 mi tm i-m 4 t 4 4 The loss' ended FSlTs 15- Pop 6)08v (sH anaj Orion, MlSO 4nd Duf- ctw n Pom LP: WMum (? ?) : VB-SMrcy Hit: WrfcL -. OrtA in ion ftive amM. Savo aid Center WP: Sex-)l lCrwi (Ml MY KA-Saie I Fro- game winning streak. ,m m A:Jtv8A VJk v X liAAli as. a. Sk aYaV.aj, .taam MM-mMmjmmmJLJm..l

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