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4C THE PALM BEACH POST TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1997 & c High school soccer preview BOYS CAPSULES Suncoast missed by a hair Panthers return eight starters. But a big question mark rests CLASS 6A in goal. Two starting goalies graduated last year. Jupiter Warriors Coach: Stan Lembryk (33-30-8). 1996-97 record: 10-1 1-2. Top players: K.C. Hiliker, forward; David Green, midfielder; Jon Gentile, midfielder. Outlook: Lembryk is optimistic because the Warriors return all starters (except for sweeper Beniie Studt, last year's team MVP, whose family moved to Virginia). Last season, Hiliker had 14 goals, four assists and Green had eight goals, six assists. Palm Beach Gardens Gators Coach: Brad Holcomb (first year). 1996-97 record: 1-16-1. Top players: Keith Proctor, forward; Eric Gitler, defense; Ahmed Rashwan, midfielder; Equine Ettiene, midfielder; I :$tV i - . - , t . . -' Steve Arbuzow, forward. Outlook: After a rebuilding year, Holcomb is ready for better things. Proctor has good speed and Gitler plays "very smart. This could be a very good season, Holcomb said. District 15 NORTH DIVISION Boca Raton Bobcats Coach: Ron Matella (188-58-2). 1996-97 record: 7-12-1. Top players: Carlos Vasquez, midfielder; Ronnie Castano, midfielder; Vinny De Araujo, forward. Outlook: In a district with Broward County powerhouse St. i nomas, uoca naton won i nave it easy. Fair to good, was the prognosis given by Matella. Araujo, who had 32 goals and By Joe Capozzi Palm Beach Post Staff Writer RIVIERA BEACH Rudy Gil stopped just about everything last year. In 18 games guarding the Suncoast net, he registered 15 shutouts for a 0.66 average. But he couldn't stop the one that matter most. With three seconds left in double overtime and a berth to the state championship game on the line, Tampa Jesuit's top offensive threat, senior forward Terry McCormick, finally shook off Sun-coast's tenacious defense. He was right in front of Sun-coast's net when the throw-in came sailing from a teammate 20 yards out. If the ball had landed directly in the net without touching McCormick or anyone, it wouldn't have counted as a goal. But "the ball glanced off his hair off his hair!" recalled Suncoast coach Paul Gelb. The header barely eluded Gil's fingertips. It fell in for the game's only score, just the second against Gil all season. The Chargers' undefeated championship run had come to a halt. "Nobody walked off the field," Gelb recalled. "There were 11 players sitting on the field like little crybabies. "A team like that, to lose that way ... I came that close." Gelb remembers thinking: "There's always next year." That why now, as they prepare for a next year that has arrived, Gelb and his star goalkeeper won't ever forget how close they came last February. "I think about it every day. 'Off my fingertips.' It kills me. It's Post Top 10 boys 1. Olympic Heights 2. Spanish River 3. Martin County 4. Boca Raton 5. Cardinal Newman 6. Suncoast 7. Jupiter 8. Fort Pierce 9. St. Andrew's 10. Wellington Players to watch Alphonso DeMares, Sr., forward, Olympic Heights: 36 goals, 12 assists Danny Skelton, Jr. sweeper, Olympic Heights: 13 goals 13 assists John Skora, Sr., goalie, Olympic Heights: 0.00 avg. in 7 games Harold Lang, Sr. forward, Spanish River: Strong defender last year Jason Versage, Sr., midfielder, Spanish River: Keyed defense with Lang K.C. Hilliker, Sr. foward, Jupiter: 14 goals, 4 assists Lansky Matute, Jr., forward, Palm Beach Lakes: 22 goals Danny Lopez, J. forwad, Fort Pierce Central: 29 goals Mauricio Bermudez, sr., midfielder, Martin County: Led Tigers with 21 goals Rudy Gil, Jr., goalkeeper, Suncoast: 15 shutouts in 18 games. Vinny De Araujo, Sr., forward, Boca Raton: 32 goals 12 assists Ronnie Castano, Jr., midfielder Boca Raton: 2 goals and 7 assists Felix Granados, Jr., sweeper, St. Andrew's: Could be top sweeper. 2 assists last year, will play a key role. CLASS 4A District 14 WEST DIVISION Fort Pierce Westwood Panthers Coach: Sam Black. 1996-97 record: 13-10. District 8 NORTH DIVISION Martin County Tigers Coach: Juan Kalb. 1996-97: 20-2-2. Top returners: Mauricio Bermudez, Sr.. midfielder; Eric Ja- fcab. Jr., defender; Brian Wojcieszak, Jr., defender; Matt Pistritto, Jr., midfielder, Jason Stocks, Jr., midfielder. Outlook: Bermudez was the leading scorer with 2 1 goals last season, and is the lone senior. The Tigers return five starters and should once again be one of the state's toughest teams. Palm Beach Lakes Rams Coach: Michael Cavanaugh (31-46-1 1). 1996 97 record: 14-5-1. Top players: Lansky Matute, forward; Damian Hurge, forward; Effian Gayle, midfielder; Corey Stewart, goalkeeper. Outlook: The loss of four starters to graduation means the Rams will play many underclassmen. Matute had 22 goals while leading Lakes to the school's best finish. Vero Beach Indians Coach: Dylan Lewis. 1996-97 record: 1 1-9. Top returners: Tim Long, Sr., sweeper, Willie Peaveley, Sr., forward; Alain Pierre, Sr., forward. Outlook: Lewis, the former coach at Sebastian River, said he expects the offense to produce plenty of goals. SOUTH DIVISION Lake Worth Trojans Coach: Jorge Castellanos (first year). 1996-97 record: 10-8 2. Top Players: No returning starters. Outlook: Castellanos is realistic. He said his team is "very young and inexperienced". Martin County is the district favorite, and against teams like John I. Leonard and Wellington, Lake Worth will have its work cut out. John I. Leonard Lancers .Coach: Bob Snyder. 1996-97 record: 8-8. 'Top players: Arturo Moraga, midfielder; Enrique Morales, .forward. Shayn Logan, defense. 'Outlook: With the return of scoring threats Moraga and ; Morales, the Lancers should contend for the district title after last year's rebuilding season. Wellington Wolverines Coach: Jeff Gardella (first year). 1996-97 record: 19-5-2. Top players: Karl Hahn, midfielder; Billy Hall, midfielder; Dana Richard, striker; Jeff Moses, sweeper; Darren Haligas, full-! back. Outlook: The Wolverine field a mix of underclassmen and seniors. Gardella says it's a rebuilding year but Wellington can give favorite Martin County a run if his team stays healthy. District 9 NORTH DIVISION Atlantic Eagles Coach: Mike Sicard (first year). 1996-97 record: 2-14. .Top players: Matt Brigandi, midfielder; Chris Zelaya, striker; Jason Mendiguren, midfielder. Outlook: Sicard has just two seniors in starting positions. None of his starters had double-digit scoring totals last year. They'll have little margin for error if they hope to contend in a district with Spanish River and Olympic Heights. . Santaluces Chiefs Coach: Jayson Chung (first year). 1996-97 record: 0-17-2. Top players: Phillip Papard, defense. Edvard Pierre, midfielder; Kevin Roberts, defense; Pedro Sosa. midfielder. Top returners: Nusan Dorlouis, Sr., goalkeeper; Umbaldo Gamez, Sr., midfielder; Gustavo Torres, defender. Outlook: The Panthers have 13 freshmen and sophomores, so inexperience is a factor. But Black said Westwood's speed and quickness should make the Panthers competitive. Lincoln Park Academy Greyhounds Coach: Gary Preslar. 1996-97 record: NA. Top returners: Ian Landrum, So., goalkeeper; Chris Monroe, Sr., midfield; Gary Preslar, Sr. , midfield; Matt Young, Sr., defender; Carl Robinson, Jr. Sean Brown, Jr., Lee Glover, Jr., Brian Paul, Fr., Fwd.; Danny Preslar, Fr., Fwd.; Derek Pollard, E.A. KENNEDY IllStaff Photographer Suncoast coach Paul Gelb demonstrates the art of volleying to his team. Although top-scorer Geoff Spillias has graduated and now plays at Lynn, Suncoast's second-top scorer from last year is back senior Steve Smith. Gelb purposely loaded the Chargers' schedule with 28 games, including non-district contests against powerhouse teams like Spanish River, Martin County, Miami Gulliver and Miami Pace. He thinks Suncoast can do one better than the 26-1-1 record the Chargers ran up last year after Gelb boldy predicted in pre-sea-son that they would win the state championship. This year, he said, the team's only weakness is the absence of a great sweeper. "I have the most experienced goalie in the state. We'll have low scoring games but they (opponents) are not going to score," said Gelb, a native of Hungary. "If I don't go all the way now with nine returning starters, if I don't do it now, I don't do it at all." Sr., defender. - Outlook: The Greyhounds return 1 7 players, including seven seniors, and figure to factor in the distnct race. Landrum. named to the All-Treasure Lake Conference team, was one of two area players named this summer to the state's Olympic Development team. Glades Central Raiders Coach: Brian Frank. 1996-97 recored: NA Top players: Wilmane Althein, goalkeeper; Dersal Galletta, mianeioer; Jorge Huertas, forward. one of the things I want to think about the least," Gil said. Outlook: The Raiders will field a lot of young players. Huertas, a kicker for the football team, won't start until after the "I have it on a videotape. I have't watched it." playoffs. EAST DIVISION Royal Palm Beach Wildcats Gelb is optimistic about this Gianni Straub, Jr., midfielder, St. Andrew's: Ex-sweepef is scoring threat. Ian Landrum, soph., goalkeeper, Lincoln Park Academy: Top net guarder. year. The Chargers return nine starters this season, including 30- Coach: Jim Minear (first year). Top players: Minear has not set his starting positions. Outlook: Minear plays the role of soccer architect at new point scorers Jared Chipley, Daniel Franks and Randall Seu- Koyai palm Beach High. Although he'll field a team of persaad. underclassmen, his district counterparts are not taking Royal Kaim iigntiy. Forest Hill Falcons Coach: Ray Kemly (51-25-12). 1996-97 record: 4-7-6. Top players: Andre Durango, forward; Nelson Godoy, striker; Lancers on pace for big things bteve Jimmez, goalkeeper. Outlook: The Chiefs have a first-year coach who knows about , winning: Jayson Chung was The Palm Beach Post High School ; player of the year in 1 980 and '8 1 . He debuts as coach with a .team that should play better than last year's 0-17-2 record. Spanish River Sharks -Coach: Kevin McEnroe (135-30-24). '.1996-97 record: 22-4-1. Top players: Jason Versage, midfielddefender; Harold Lang, midfielder; Brent Eggleston; Marlon Howell, midfielder; Ajit Kapur, midfielder. Outlook: The Sharks won the state championship last year. McEnroe, The Palm Beach Posts coach of the year, looks to repeat with a few new faces but virtually the same talent level: . . Outlook: The Falcons lost eight starting seniors. "Realistically we're young and inexperienced," Kemly says. But he says this year's team has "more talent than I've seen here since If twn vppire; nf the early 1990s. Suncoast Chargers Coach: Paul Gelb. 1996-97 record: 26-1-1 improvement plays out to its logical conclusion Top players: Steve Smith, forward; Jared Chipley, forward; Kanaaii beupersaad, midfielder; Rudy Gil, goalkeeper. Outlook: The Chargers' state championship run ended with a loss in double overtime. Gelb thinks this year's team is even By Dani Davies Palm Beach Post Staff Writer The John I. Leonard girls soc petter. CLASS 3A District 8 SOUTH DIVISION St. Edward's Pirates Coach: Bill Keating. 1996-97 record: 1 1-6-2. cer team is taking only the tiniest steps toward its goals. They aren t reaching for the stars or promising a state title, but they are moving steadily toward becoming an area power. Top returners: Jesse Kahle, Sr., defender; Mark Williams, Jr., goalkeeper; Jack Beuttell, Jr., defender; Chip Hamner, Jr., defender; Adam Baslow, Jr., midfield; Jesse Carano, Sr., Two seasons ago, the Lancers midfielder; Shawn Mathias, Sr., striker; Graves Fromang, Jr., scored only 10 goals while allow sinner. Outlook: Keating said this could be the strongest team he's ing 68 against them to place last in their district. , naa in tours years as coach of the Pirates, who will compete in district play with Cocoa Beach, Melbourne Central Catholic Last year, they scored 73 goals, allowed 46 and placed third in the district. and Florida Air Academy. Defense is St. Edward's strength. District 13 NORTH DIVISION John Carroll Rams Coach: Wayne Cross. 1996-97 record: 10-10-1 "We averaged 3.1 goals per game last year," coach Nancy White said. "We're looking to improve to 3.5. Defense has their specific goals about improving the . Top returners: Jeff Chandler, Jr., forward; Jack Behren, Jr., mer with her sister, Missy, a John I. Leonard graduate who plays for Florida Atlantic University. "We are strongest at midfield with Michelle (White), Amy (Grenier) and Kara Hartman," White said. "We have a lot of experience across the middle." Sophomore Cathy Cline, playing varsity and in goal for the first time, and White said she is "showing outstanding ability." In her third year on varsity, junior Rachel Schroeder, who scored six goals last year, will switch positions, staying mostly at sweeper. "She is an extremely intelligent player," White said of Schroeder. "She is always in the right place at the right time." Sophomore Michelle White, who had six goals and six assists last year, and freshman Katya Delgado are expected to make a quick impact on the team. Another newcomer to John I. Leonard is assistant coach Chris Anderson, who played soccer at Simon Frasier University in Vancouver. White said Anderson's expertise will add another dimension to the team's play. The last time the Lancers won a district title, it was 1985 when they defeated Martin County for the district title. Now that the Tigers and the Lancers are back in the same district, White is hoping for deja vu. "We have a hard schedule this year, but I wanted it and the girls wanted it," White said. "Leonard has always sort of been on the bottom rung, and we want to take a step up." They won't boast about their skills or make promises about district titles, but the Lancers just might slowly, quietly reach their goals. Post Top 10 girls 1 . Spanish River 2. Wellington ' 3. Martin County 4. Olympic Heights 5. Boca Raton 6. John Carroll 7. Vero Beach 8. Suncoast 9. Benjamin 10. John I. Leonard Players to watch Kara Rao, Jr., forward, Olympic Heights: one of the top players in the state Amanda Hopkins, Snr., goalkeeper, Wellington: made 100 saves last season and had 7.4 shoutouts last year Mattie Gallagher, Jr., midfielder, Martin County: had 10 goals and 1 1 assists in 13 . games before being injured Amber Tollefson, So., midfielder, Spanish River: led the Sharks to the state semifinals with 22 goals. Maren Jaffee Jr., striker, Spanish River: was out with an ; injury last year, but scored 3 1 goals as a freshman ' Liz Swinson, Sr., goalkeeper, Boca Raton: had 20 shutouts last season to help lead the , Bobcats to the state semi- : finals. I Janet Martin, So., midfielder, John Carroll: scored 31 goals as-a freshman ' Summer Corum, So., forward, Vero Beach: helped 'f lead her team to a Treasure Lake Conference championship . Stephanie Keating, Jr., ) midfielder, St. Edward's: was an All-State selection as a ; sophomore t Marley Goodman, Sr., Center-forward, Cardinal r Newman: scored 37 goals last season. centermiarieiaer; scott McLam, Sr., Sweeper. Outlook: The Rams kept most of last year's District 7-3A goals-against average. We allowed about two goals per game last year, and we want to cut that in half." runner-up squad intact and should be competitive in 13-3A. Benjamin Buccaneers Coach: Tim Sanders (31-19). 1996-97 record: 5-12-2. Top players: Matt DeStefano, goalkeeper. SOUTH DIVISION Olympic Heights Lions Coach: DarrinKaruzas(l 1 1-24-9). 1996-97 record: 28-2-1. Top players: Alphonso DeMares, toward; John Skora, goalkeeper; Danney Skelton, sweeper. Outlook: The Lions lost the state championship game to St. Thomas. In a new district this year, Heights lost eight starters but still have enough talent to compete with Spanish River for the title. DeMares is one of the state's most proflic scorers. He had 36 goals last year. CLASS 5A District 14 NORTH DIVISION Fort Pierce Central Cobras Coach: Jay Stewart. 1996-97 record: 16-8-2. Top returners: Billy White, Sr., defender; Peter Scanna, Sr., midfielder; Renato Reis, Sr., midfielderdefender; Danny Lopez, Jr., forward. Outlook: The Cobras were runners-up to Martin County in District 13-5A last season and should be a contender for a post-season spot again this season. Lopez could be among the area's most prolific goal scorers after scoring 29 last season. Okeechobee Brahmans Coach: Shawn Poland. 1996-97 record: 3-18. Top returners: Zack Smith, Jr., midfielder; Todd Hackett, Sr., fullback; Eric Berger, Sr., sweeper; Adam Homer, So., fullback; Eric Struble, Jr., striker; Michael Espirito, goalkeeper. Outlook: The Brahmans should be much improved with 1 7 returners, including four seniors. Despite last year's record, Okeechobee advanced to the second round of the district playoffs. Port St. Lucie Jaguars Coach: Scott Hoffman. 1996-97 record: 7-14-1. Top returners: Adam Pruett, Sr., forward; Zach McElroy, Sr., midfielder; Dominic Balzano, Sr., midfielder; Bernard Fontus, So., forward. Outlook: The Jaguars are building for the future. Hoffman is impressed by his freshmen class, in which atleast five could start. South Fork Coach: John Mullen. 1996-97 record: 3-17. Top returners: Tyler Foss, Sr., midfielder, Richard Benzen- haffer, Sr., defender. Outlook: The Bulldogs will feature a young squad this season and Mullen, a long-time youth soccer coach in the area, takes over his first season at South Fork. SOUTH DIVISION William T. Dwyer Panthers Coach: Craig Moseley (first year). 1996-97 record: 7-9 Top players: Kevin O'Neill forward; Jonas Blomqvist fullback; Mark Mitchell, defender; Hal Fravel, fullback; Dylan Hammen, defender. Outlook: First-year coach Moseley gets an advantage: the Two of last year's starters, Outlook: The Buccaneers are in a rebuilding year but the skill Ashley Roth and Danielle Goo-dine are out with ACL tears, but level nas improved, anchoredby the goalie. Cardinal Newman Crusaders Coach: Brian Baughman (25-9-1 1). 1996-97 record: 17-4-3. Top players: Jeremy Clubb. eight others return. Achieving White's goals seems very Outlook: Baughman expects to compete with St. Andrew's "If I had Dani and Ashley, we'd be in prime position to win," White said. "Without them, it's going to take some time to mesh with newcomers, but I think they're up to the challenge." With 10 players playing club ball, the Lancers have depth on the field and in goal. Junior forward Christina White, who had 18 tor the distnct title. District 8 SOUTH DIVISION King's Academy Lions Coach: Glenn Martin (6-20-5). 1996-97 record: 0-15-2. Top players: Ned Perry, sweeper; Brett Burge, goalkeeper. Outlook: Martin to contend for district title. Sixteen of his returning players attended Duke University Soccer Camp. Pope John Paul II Eagles Coach: Mario Rincon (5-9-2). 1996-97 record: 5-9-2. Top players: Rod Almeida, forward; Chris Corn, midfielder; Ryan Lodono, forward. Outlook: The Eagles are young and inexperienced. Rincon says some key players have to perform well. St. Andrew's Scots Coach: Mike Duncan (18,5-5). 1996-97 record; 18-5-5. Top players: Gianni Straub, midfielder; Felix Grandos, sweeper; Juan Gonzales, striker; Daniel Rincon, goalkeeper. Outlook: The Scots won the district champsionship last year. Duncan expects at least the same this year. Joe Capozzi, Julius Whigham II goals and six assists last year, is the top returner. Senior defender Amy Grenier enters her fourth varsity year after attending some European soccer camps this sum ) Suncoast tops W.T. Dwyer 4-2 Special to the Palm Beach Post Soccer RIVIERA BEACH -Stephen Shoemaker named to All-County howling team Smith scored two goals and Daniel Whitehall added a goal and two assists as Suncoast (1-0) defeated Willliam T. Dwyer 4-2 in a high school boys soccer game Monday Bowling Gentile had two goals, Israel Manzo had a goal and an assist and Ryan Rudd and David Cattaneo each added a goal for the Warriors (1-0.) night. Jay Ringo and John O'Neal scored for the Panther (0-1). BPalm Beach Gardens 4, GIRLS B Lake Worth Christian 1, Lake Worth 1: Michelle Gilde scored the Defenders' only goal on an assist from Shelby Callaway. B King's Academy 1, John I. Leonard 1: Freshman right-winger Carrie Lorenz scored for the Lions (0-0-1) and Marissa Pas-qualetti scored for the Lancers (0-0-1). ; B Suncoast 3, W.T. Dwyer 1: Senior forward Tamie Tringali scored the only goal for the Panthers (0-1) in their loss to the Chargers (1-0). I BPalm Beach Gardens 3, Royal Palm Beach 1: Kelli Partridge scored two goals and Marissa Gill had one to lead the visiting GatoA (1-0-0). Royal Palm Beach 0: Amid Rashwan scored two goals and By Chuck Otterson Palm Beach Post Staff Writer WEST PALM BEACH - Sun-coast's Jason Shoemaker heads the All-County high school bowling team announced Monday. Shoemaker, whose 223 average was the highest in the Palm Beach County Bowling Proprietors' Travel League, was inducted into the Young American Bowling Alliance Hall of Fame during the awards banquet at Vista Bowling Center. Award winners: CeuntythampioftS f OY$ krttch - William T Owver (Rob Bethlte, Shawn had one assist to lead the Gators mantha Curry, Jennifer Gillum, Patricia Linn, Sarah Linn, Alison Smith, Charlotte Venlng). All-County Team Boys - Jason Shoemaker (2M 81 average), Suncoast; Adam Graber (214.56), William T. Dwyer; R.J. Marrero (21211), Palm Beach Lakes; Rob Bethke (203W), W.T. Dwyer; Eric Komrowskl (192), Jupiter. Girls - Jennifer Busby (192 50), Wellington; Stephanie Infantino (170 65), Olympic Heights; Diana Egan (163 40), Suncoast; Ragen Miller (140 M), Jupiter; Crystal Walker (155.72), Royal Palm Beach. Other Individual awards North: High scratch series, Shoemaker, 737; Busby, 626. High scratch game, Graber, 290, Walker, 211. High handicap series, Marrero, 780; Venlng, 704. High handicap game, Kenny Bedell, Palm Beach Gardens, 296; Amy Schmidt, Royal Palm Beach, 2f4. Most improved, Chris Lau, Royal Palm Beach, Christian Jackson, Palm Beach Lakes. South: High scratch series, Boggiano, 697; Infantino, 657. High scratch game, Saul Ehrenpreis, Spanish River, 258; Melissa Sargent, Olympic Heights, 213. High handicap series, Robert Smoot, Boca Raton, 749, Gaylord, 750. High handicap game, Seth Bayles, Spanish RivfTi 293; Lippl, 29. Most improved, Ryan Croteau, John I. Leonard; and Lippl. over the Wildcats. B Cardinal Newman 4, For Callan, Matt Garbarlno, Adam Graber, Jason Wilier, Kevin Storm). Runner-up (Sooth Division champion): Santaluces (Ivan Berroa, Joe Bog-Diano, Chuck Gardner, Shaun Harrington. Russell Kahn, David McKnight). Handicap Atlantic (Anthony Compagno, Scott Gershman, Jared Gosdin, David Upton, Scott Brown). Runner-up (North Division champion): Suncoast (Javier Castano, Jason Feng, Sam Fisch, Josh Semerenko, Jason Shoemaker, Steve Yu). GIRLS Scratch - Wellington (Jennifer Busby, Katie Chiet, Jill Suss, Jaime Wagner). Runner-up (South Division champion): Spanish River (Patti-Ann Dresback, Melissa Lippl, Allison Schneider, Erin Spurgeon, Samantha Stonelake). Handicap Atlantic (StaceylCeravino, Michelle Gaylord, Kelly Rowland, Nicole Sears). Runner-up (North Division champion): Cardinal Newman (Sa B Jupiter 1, Benjamin 0: Kristina Hritz scored the game's only goal with an assist from Lisa Castro for the Warriors (1-0.) B Cardinal Newman 10, Forest Hill 0: Marley Goodman, Laurie Pirtle, Lynn Rankin, and Mindi Scaggs each scored two goals for the Crusadyrs (1-0) in their win over the Falcons (0-1). est Hill 1: Freshman John Fico scored three goals and Stephen Guild scored one to lead the Cru saders to a victory over the Falcons. 4 B Jupiter 5, Benjamin 0: Jon

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