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s THE PALM BEACH POST TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1997 5C High school High school soccer preview GIRLS CAPSULES ATHLETES of the WEEK "CLASS 6A Basketball Polls T7T Jeff Frederick 2. Top players: Liz Swinson, Sr. goalkeeper (20 shutouts). Kerri Blackburn, Sr., defense. Outlook: The Bobcats made it to state semifinals last season before losing to Satellite Beach, but they lost nine starters from that team. CLASS 4A District 14 EAST DIVISION Royal Palm Beach Wildcats Coach: Robb Bartenslager, first year. 1996-97 record: 0-0. Top players: Rachel Mclntyre, So., striker; Melissa Martinez, Fr., striker; Jessica Rejune, So., midfielder; Nichole Peters; Fr., midfielder. Outlook: Bartenslager, at Lake Worth Christian for five years before inhertiting a first-year program, has a lot of young talent. Suncoast Chargers Lake Worth junior basketball player impresses with scoring and passing touch. By Steve Dorsey Palm Beach Post Staff Writer One thing that impresses Lake Worth coach Dana Drum-mond about this year's boys basketball team is the unselfishness displayed by all the players. Junior forward Jeff Frederick epitomizes that unselfishness. Frederick leads the team in assists, averaging 6.0 per game. Drummond said twice this season Frederick has had the ball on a fast break with an open lane to the basket, but instead has bounced the ball off the glass to set up a dunk by sophomore center Jean Francois. "He might be the best passer on the team. He finds people," Drummond said of the 6-foot-3 Frederick, who also is among the team leaders in scoring (15 points per game) and rebounds (6.9 rebounds per game). "He's real impressive the way he runs the floor." Frederick also has improved his free-throw shooting, and he made 10-of-12 from the line in a 71-63 victory against Palm Beach Gardens last week. He finished the game with 15 points, 13 rebounds and six assists. It's all added up to a 4-0 start for Lake Worth, which vaulted to No. 1 this week in The Palm Beach Post Top 10 area rankings. Tamia Williams THE POST TOP 10 BOYS 1. Lake Worth 4-0 2. Pahokee 3-0 3. Martin County 3-0 4. Wellington 2-1 5. Suncoast H 6. Palm Beach Lakes ... 1-1 7. W.T. Dwyer 2-1 8. Cardinal Newman ... 3-4 9. Fort Pierce Central .. 1-1 10. John I. Leonard 2-1 STATE CLASS 6A Record and first place votes in parenthesis: L 1. Miami Senior (54) (9) 0 I. Orlando Dr. Phillips (34) ; 71 3. Fort Lauderdale Dillard (44) 75 4. Sarasota Riverview (24) '.55 5. Oviedo(44) 6 Fort Walton Beach (24) 44 7. Miami Northwestern (54) I. Brandon (44) yK 9. Miami Killlan (34) 19 10. Bradenton Southeast (04) . 12 AIM received votes: Lake Wert (44) N Cape Coral Mariner (2-1) 3; Deerfleid Beach (3-D I Palm Beach Lakes ())) t J STATE CLASS SA 1. Ocala Vanguard (24) (9) 'W 2. Clearwater (3-0) a 72 3. Daytona Beach Mainland (14) ... 7' 4. Port Charlotte (54) . .44 5. Gainesville (4-1) .-.-M 6. Gainesville Buchholz (2-2) 34 7. Fort Walton Beach -' Choctawhatchee (2-1) ii?9 8. Fort Lauderdale Aquinas (24) . ... 23 9. W.T. Dwyer (2-1) -. 12 10. Leesburg (4-1) . 17 Also received votes: New Port Rlchey Rldgewood (1-0) 7; Jacksonville Wolfson (5-0) 5; Milton 4; Orlando Oak Ridge (3-2) 3; St. Petersburg Lakewood (0-1) 1 hassee God by 1. STATE CLASS 4A 1. Lakeland Kathleen (04) (7) ; . 3 2. Tampa Robinson (24) (1) v. 41 3. Alachua Santa Fe( 14) (1) 62 4. Lakeland Lake Gibson (34) . .... 58 5. Mount Dora (2-1) ..56 6. Jacksonville Ribault (2-1) . .45 7. Cocoa (24) ,.-J4 8. Tampa Jesuit (54) 23 9. Gainesville Eastslde (24) 15 10. Haines City (5-1) 18 Also received votes: Rockledge (14) 4; New Smyrna Beach (0-1) 3; Jacksonville Jackson 3; Tavares 2; Jacksonville Bishop Kenny (3-2) 2; Suncoast (1-1) I. ; STATE CLASS 3A 1. Miami Gulliver Prep (34) (9) . .. 90 2. Miami Ransom Everlades (54) .'. . 70 3. Cardinal Newman (3-1) 1, 61 4. Tampa Catholic (2-1) .57 5. Gainesville P.K. Yonge (2-1) . . . 1 . 49 t. Keystone Heights (0-0) .48 7. Melbourne Fla. Air Academy (2-2) .45 8. Pahokee (34) i.32 9. Avon Park (2-0) , ,20 10. Marianne (04) .;.7 Also received votes: Montlcello Jefferson County 5; Lake Butler Union County 4, Williston 1. STATE CLASS 2A 1. Port St. Joe (04) (6) '.175 J. Tampa Prep (2-1) (2) ,j69 3. Miami MacArthur North (24) 62 4. Tallahassee Maclay (64) '. 60 5. Fort Lauderdale Westminster (24) 49 6. Tallahassee FAMU .38 7. Vernon '. 27 8. Lakeland Christian 15 8. Tallahassee North Florida Christian 15 10. Eatonvllle Wymore Tech (1-2) ... 14 Also received votes: St. Petersburg Northside Christian (3-0) 9; Hilllard (3-1) 4; Gracevllle 3; Baker (04) I. STATE CLASS A 1. Malone (241(9) r.; 90 2. Miami Northwest Christian (3-0) . , 80 3. Fort Myers Canterbury (54) ..... 47 4. Maltland Orangewood Chr. (44) . . 66 5. Bronson (34) .55 6. Deltona Trinity Christian (5-0) .'. ) 4) 7. Bradenton Christian (24) I.; 24 8. Hollywood Champagnat (64) 23 9. Ocoee Central Fla. Christian (4-1) J 18 10. R.J. Hendley Christian (1-1) ..... 4 Also received votes: Gainesville Oak Hall (34) 7; Coral Gables ACE (3-2) 5; Laurel Hill (1-2) 3; Lakeland Evangel Christian 2. Coach: Dan Kreidler. 1996 97 record: 13-4-1. Top players: Alyssa Cunningham, forward; Kimya Randolph, forward; Tasha Nalywajko. Outlook: District winners last year after defeating Pine Crest in a shootout before losing to Miami-Gulliver 2-0 in the regional semifinals. Cunningham and Randolph are the top scorers. WEST DIVISION Fort Pierce Westwood Panthers Coach: Maurice Bonner. 1996-97 record: 1-24-2. Top returners: Tiffany Buchmeyer, Jr., fullback; Kelly Casson, Jr., forward; Vicki Fraze, Sr., midfielder; Lena Stopyra, So., midfielderfullback; Annie Bullins, Sr., midfielder. Outlook: Bonner, who takes over Westwood's first full-time girls soccer program, implemented an extensive off-season training and conditioning program to prepare for the upcoming season. Lincoln Park Acadmey Greyhounds Coach: Waldo Smith. Top returners: Jackie Marshiano, Jr., centerforward; Jean Gallich, centerdefender. Outlook: The Greyhounds will field a young team, including eighth graders Jaima Walker and Chelsea Whealton. CLASS 3A District 11 SOUTH DIVISION John Carroll Rams Coach: Mike Sajda. 1996-97 record: 20-4-1. Top returners: Janet Martin, So., midfielder; Mandy Ivy, Jr., midfielder; Mary Luke, So., sweeper. Outlook: The Rams lost three seniors from last year's Class 3A regional finalist, but return three of the top players in the area in Martin, Ivy, Luke. St. Edward's Pirates Coach: Jeff Lamscha. 1996-97 record: 1 1-5-3. Top returners: Stepanie Keating, Jr., midfielder; Cassie Surgeon, Jr., goalkeeper; Laurel Barron, Jr., sweeper; Lee Starr, Jr., striker. Outlook: Keating was an All-State selection as a sophomore and should give the Pirates an offensive threat, while Surgeon (0.87 goals against average) anchors the defense. District 13 NORTH DIVISION Benjamin Buccaneers Coach: Dolores Colton. Top players: Rena Borucki, Sr., defender; Catherine Shaw, Sr., center midfielder; Wesleigh Gary, Jr., defender; Jessica Germony, Jr., defender; Rebecca Shaw, Jr., goalkeeper; Tracy White, Jr., sweeper; Allison Young, Jr., striker; Adrienne Buckman, So., striker; Joanna Jordan, So., striker; Mandy Rumfh, So., striker; Ashley Taylor, So., halfback. Outlook: Only losing four starters, the Buccaneers have a Williams averaged 13 points and nine assists in two games last week, a 53-44 loss to state-ranked Suncoast and a 56-26 victory over Fort Pierce Central. As the tallest player on the floor for Palm Beach Gardens (7-2), Williams has become tremendous passer because she sees the court better than shorter point guards. "She has made some amazing passes this year," Traugh said. "Other coaches have even commented on how well she sees the court." Traugh said Williams is a quiet player of the court who has a 3.7 gpa after one nine-week term, but has a competitive edge once the game starts. "We've become a team that attacks offensively," he said. "With her, we fast break every time we touch the ball. She handles the ball so well." Five-foot-1 1 freshman a pleasant surprise for Palm Beach Gardens. By Dani Davies Palm Beach Post Staff Writer Before the season started, Palm Beach Gardens girls basketball coach Jim Traugh knew that freshman Tami Williams would add talent to his team. But he never knew how much. Williams, a 5-foot-ll guard who played on the Riviera Young Guns AAU team, leads the Gators in scoring, rebounds and assists. She averages 12 points and 6.1 assists per game. "We have everybody back this year, but she has made us that much better," Traugh said. "She would rather pass the ball then score herself. She's a very unselfish, complete player." HONORABLE MENTION District8 . NORTH DIVISION ' Palm Beach Lakes Rams . Coach: Brian Holt, 16th year. 1996 97 record: 5-7. 'Top players: Fionna O'Neill, Sr., ; Natasha Mcintosh, Sr., forward; Ailse O'Neill, Jr., forward; Bonnie Lloyd, Jr., forward. ; Outlook: With only four returning starters, the Rams don't - have a lot of experience, but according to Holt, his team is an I "enthusiastic and highly coachable bunch." v Martin County Tigers Coach: Chris Thompson. 1996-97 record: 21-6-1. ;Top returners: Liana Pratt, Sr., sweeper; Mattie Gallagher, Jr., midfielder; Kristi Cebelak, Jr., forward; Lisa Chinn, defend- er; Rachel Conn, So., goalkeeper; Sarah Henson, Jr., midfield-. er; Kristen Levesque, Sr., midfielder. ; Outlook: The Tigers return several key players from last .year's Class 5A regional semifinal. Gallagher had 10 goals and 1 1 assists despite playing onlv 13 eames Vero Beach Indians 'Coach: Phil Jennings. 1996-97 record: 13-6-2. Top returners: Kerri Dean, Jr., forward; Summer Corum, So., "forward; Suzi Moore, Sr., fullback; Michole Davidson, Sr., defender; Leslie Jennings. So., goalkeeper; Krista Shepherd, "Jr., midfielder; Britton Albrecht, Jr., midfielder; Leigh Ann Johnson, Jr., midfielder. 'Outlook: The Indians were the Treasure Lake Conference champions last season, and expect to be a factor in both the t conference and district races this season. ; SOUTH DIVISION ' John I. Leonard Lancers Coach: Nancy White, third year (16-20-7). 1996-97 record: 15-6-2. 'Top players: Amy Grenier, Sr., midfielder; Christina White, Jr., - forward; Heather Moe, Jr., defender; Kara Hartman, Jr., ; midfielder; Michelle White, So., midfielder; Rachel Schroeder, ' So., defender; Ashley Logan, So., defender; Amy Collins, Sr., goalkeeper. Outlook: With plenty of depth and experience (eight returning starters), the Lancers should improve. Two starters, Ashley Roth and Danielle Goodine, are out with injuries, but a new assistant coach, Chris Anderson, will lend some experience. Lake Worth Trojans . Coach: John Webb. 1996-97 record: 8-10-2. Top players: Amanda Thompson, Sr., defender. Outlook: Although they made it to the second round of playoffs last year before losing to Spanish River, the Trojans "may have a tough season. They have only two returning ' starters. '. Wellington Wolverines Coach: Brian Siringo, first year. 1996-97 record: 20-5-3. Top players: Jessica Narvaez, Sr., midfielder; Amanda Hopkins, Sr., goalkeeper. ,' Outlook: With Norvaez and Hopkins returning, talent and leadership won't be a problem, but one of the area's top players, Ashley Snell, is inelligible and two other starters are out with injuries. District 9 NORTH DIVISION Atlantic Eagles Coach: Mike Folini, first year. 1996-97 record: 1-15. Top players: Chris Evans, Sr., centermidfielder; Jane Mai, Sr., right midfielder; Christa Fine, So., forward; Amy Barfield, Fr., right forward. ! Outlook: Folini takes over a team that was unsuccessful last year, but only lost two seniors. Although speed is their main weakness, 15 players return. Spanish River Sharks Coach: Rocky Orezolli, fifth year. 1996-97 record: 26-2-3. Top players: Rachel Elsby, Sr., goalkeeper; Lisa Gomez, Jr., defender, Laurie Mankhaus, Sr., midfielder, Meghan McCarthy, So., defender; Amber Tollefson, So., midfielder; Maren Jaffee, Jr.. Outlook: As the defending 6A champs with 1 1 returning starters, the Sharks are loaded with talent and will be tough. Spanish River has been to the state final four of the past four years, and has won states the past two. Elsby had 24 shutouts last year, and Tollefson led in scoring with 22 goals. SOUTH DIVISION Olympic Heights Lions Coach: Diego Cardona. 1996-97 record: 12-9-1. Top players: Kara Rao, Jr., forward; Jill Patton, Sr., goalkeper; Paula Hurley. Outlook: With 13 of 17 players in club, the Lions, who lost 1-0 to Martin County in regional semifinals last year, will be strong again. CLASS 5A District 14 NORTH DIVISION Fort Pierce Central Cobras Coach: Doug Black. 1996-97 record: 11-12-1. Top returners: Kelly Maschek, Jr., midfielders; Dawn Thompson, Jr., forward; Erin Mulrooney, Jr., midfielder; Erika Azcuen-aga, Jr., defender; Sasha Doyle, Jr., defender; Adrienne Martella, So., defender; Sasha Coello, Jr., midfielder. Outlook: After getting off to a slow start last season, a strong finish nearly helped the Cobras attain a .500 record. The team has several key returners. Okeechobee Brahmans Coach: Tracy Sills. 1996-97 record: 1-11-2. Top returners: Ashley Nix, So., goalkeeper; Shawna Poland, Sr., defender; Dana Conner, Sr., fullback; Miranda Trent, Jr., sweeper. Outlook: The Brahmans will join district play this year. , Offensively, Okeechobee should be stronger, and the new JV program should develop players for the future. South Fork Bulldogs Coach: Patty Morris. 1996-97: 12-7-1. ' Top returners: Macy Bass, Sr., midfielder; Tara Tufo, Sr., defender; Christy Baker, Jr., forward; Joanne Prescott, Jr., sweeper. Outlook: Morris lost several players from last year's squad, including two who decided not to play soccer this year. SOUTH DIVISION William T. Dwyer Panthers Coach: Michele Walker, fourth year. 1996-97 record: 6-11-2. Top players: Jade Jacobs, Jr., forward; Tammie Tringali, Sr., forward; Carrey Turner, Jr., defender; Kristen Cook, Jr., goalkeeper. Outlook: The Panthers have a tough schedule and are hoping for a .500 season. Among seven returning starters, Tringali and Jacobs, who each had 1 2 goals and five assists last year, should be the top scorers. Jupiter Warriors Coach: Stan Lembryk, first year. Top players: Ashley Weeks, Sr., midfielderforward; Lisa Castro, Sr., midfielder; Nicole Garvey, Jr., defender. Outlook: Although very young and lacking depth, they should improve as the season progresses. Palm Beach Gardens Gators Coach: Renato Burkhardt, first year. 1996-97 record: 2-14-1. Top players: Kelli Partridge, So., center halfback; Becky Walker, Jr., sweeper; Kelly Saxe, So., right halfback; Lisa Fossett, Sr., right halfback; Anh Truong, So., right winger; Jessi Elvy, So., left halfback; Nicole Emberton, So., sweeper; Andrea Hathaway, So., center forward. Outlook: Although a rebuilding year, the Gators are young "" : "'--.-y y ATLANTIC: Janelle Antolne, a senior guard on the girls basketball team, had 64 points, 33 rebounds, 10 blocked shots in three games and made the all-tournament team at the Fort Walton Thanksgiving tournament. CARDINAL NEWMAN: Danielle Benvenuto, a senior forward co-captain on the girls basketball team had 14 points and 12 rebounds in a 39-36 loss to Lake Worth on Monday Nov. 25. ' FORT PIERCE CENTRAL: Peter Scanna, a senior captain on the boys soccer team, scored two goals In a 2-1 victory against Suncoast In the Preseason Soccer Classic. GLADES DAY: Lindsay Curtiss, a 5-foot-6 forward on the girls basketball team, had eight points, 12 rebounds and two steals in a 37-35 loss to King's Academy. WELLINGTON: Ben Stechschulte, a senior point guard on boys basketball team, had 1 1 points and four assists and was six-of-six from the free-throw line and played strong defensively In a 66-55 victory over Palm Beach Lakes last Tuesday. Schools not listed did not make any nominations for Athlete of the Week. Report selections for The Post's Athlete of the Week awards Sundays from noon to 8 p.m. at (561) 820-4440 or (800) 432-7595, ext. 4440. Leonard gets by Atlantic in OT; Pahokee downs Pope John Paul SANTALUCES (11-2) - Leonard 6 1-4 13, Johnson S 0-0 10, Puckett 4 0-0 S, Rudock 1 0-2 2, Robinson 0 0-0 0, Smith 0 0-0 0, Sweeney 0 0-0 0, Locket) 0 0- 2 0, Sanchez 0 0-2 0, McClendon 0 0-0 0. Totals 16 1- 10 33. Special to The Palm Beach Post GREENACRES Senior point guard Natasha Cruz scored 21 points to lead John I. Leonard (4-7) to a 54-53 overtime victory against Atlantic (2-9) in a high school girls basketball game Monday night. 01 M 06 10-25 11 M M N-33 Spanish River Santaluces talented starting lineup with plenty of depth. Jupiter Christian Defenders Coach: Betty Tringale, first year. 1996-97 record: 8-9. Top players: Tricky Tarole, Sr., sweeper; Christy Beirnes, Jr., defender; Hope Myers, Jr., defendergoalkeeper; Adrian Hamlin, So., midfielder; Caitlin Gannon, eighth grade, defender; Erica Polyanchel, seventh grade, forward; Sarah Brevost, eighth grade, forward; Tara Tarole, eighth, midfielder. Outlook: The Defenders lost seven starters and have seven players who have never played soccer before, so this is a rebuilding year. SOUTH DIVISION Cardinal Newman Crusaders Coach: Brian Palmberg (23-10-11), first year with girls. 1996-97 record: 13 8-2. Top players: Marley Goodman, Sr., forward; Charlotte Ven-ing, Sr., sweepers; Angie Kyle, Jr., goalkeeper; Theresa Kolshak, Jr., midfielder; Lori Chism, Jr., stopper; Denise Vanson, So., forward; Lynn Rankin, Fr., forward; Kelly Kirkpat-rick, So., midfielder; Priscilla Millon, So. MID; Kelly Clarke, Jr., fullback; Michelle Wapelhorst, Jr., fullback. Outlook: Palmberg, who coached the boys team for two years, takes over a strong girls program and has a deep bench. Between the returning players and some talented incoming freshman, the season looks pretty good. King's Academy Lions Coach: Debbie Guerrant, second year. 1996-97 record: 12 6-3. Top players: Kimmie Carter, Sr., midfielder; Lucia Caporusso, Jr., sweeper; Christina Hobgood, eighth grade, striker. Outlook: Guerrant lost three starters, but said her team, stacked with plenty of new talent, should be able to improve last year's record. Their strength is in the midfield, and the offensive attack should be solid. Lake Worth Christian Defenders Coach: Karel Van Voorthuigsen, first year. Top players: Michelle Gilde, Jr., forward; Shelby Callaway, Fr., goalkeepersweeper; Holly Koornneef, Jr., forward; Debbie Rozendal, Jr., stoppersweeper; Alissa Talsma, So., goalkeepermidfielder. Outlook: Eleven starters return. Although there are no seniors, Talsma, Gilde and Korneef have plenty of experience. Summit Christian Fighting Saints Coach: Larry Enochs, third year, 7-7-6. 1996-97 record: 3-4-4. Top players: Carol Smith, sweeper; Jessica Yockey, fullback; Faith Enochs, forward; Jennifer Richter, forward; Emily Wiggs, forward; Elizabeth Wiggs, forward; Jessica King, halfback. Outlook: The nine juniors and one senior are part of the most experienced team Enochs has had to work with since the program started three years ago. They have a solid defense, but are looking for a scorer. District 14 NORTH DIVISION Pope John Paul II Eagles Coach: Eileen Cullen, 16th year (252-91-18). 1996-97 record: 14-9-2. Top players: Erin Moylan, Sr., defender; Beatriz Mascary, Sr., midfielder. Outlook: Cullen is optimistic. Although they lack size and speed, the Eagles have plenty of defensive experience. St. Andrew's Scots Coach: Ray Klivecka, first year. Top players: C.C. Collins, Sr., midfielderforward; Ashley Carter, So., midfielderforward; Jackie Bird, Jr., goalkeeper; Amanda Finis, Jr., defender; Amanda Head, Sr., forward; Jessica Resnick, Sr., midfielder. Outlook: The solid core of veterans will have to overcome a lack of scoring. Klivecka played professionally in the Ukraine Dani Davies, Julius Whlgman II ATLANTIC (2-9) - Clark 2 4-4 1, Hatcher 1 0-2 2, Hedendal 2 0-0 4, Antolne 12 3-7 20, Angle 1 2-2 4, Fertil 3 1-3 7. Totals: 21 10-H 53. JOHN I. LEONARD (4-7) - Graham 6 1-2 13, McKeefry I 0-0 2, Garcon I 2-2 4, Smock 2 2-2 6, Kennedy 2 00 4, Cruz 1 0-1 21, Meus 1 2-7 4. Totals: 21 7-14 54. Three-point goals: SR: Moyal 2, Baker. Fouled out: SR: Coogle. JV: Santaluces won 44-It. BOYS BASKETBALL D American Heritage 64, Trinity Christian 47: Senior forward Jeremiah Johnson had season-high 28 points and five rebounds and Joshua Wesson added 17 for the Warriors in Highland Christian tournament. TRINITY CHRISTIAN (1-5) - Johnson 11 5-9 28, Brown I 0-1 2, Wesson I 0-1 17, Hernandez 0 04 0, Burns 0 0-0 0, Schwentk 0 0-0 0, Isokangas 0 0-0 0, Brlggs 0 0-00. Totals 20 5-11 47. AMERICAN HERITAGE (2-2) - Fllomeno 2 1-1 S, Myhre 2 04 4, Ransdell 5 2-2 12, Mandaley 2 04 4, McNolty 3 4-5 10, Robbins 4 04 8, Miller 1 04 2, Qulntana 1 04 2, Corbishley 1 0-0 2, Armbrlster 6 1-1 13, Heist 1 04 2. Totals 20 8-9 64. 11 6 I 19 9-53 I 13 12 11 10-54 Atlantic John I. Leonard Basketball Polls ' THE POST TOP 10 GIRLS 1 . Suncoast .9-0 2. Wellington 5-0 3. Benjamin 6-0 4. John Carroll 3-0 5. Pahokee 4-1 6. Lincoln Park Academy ... 9-1 7. Olympic Heights 8-2 8. Palm Beach Gardens . . . 7-2 9. Pope John Paul 7-1 10. Santaluces . 9-2 STATE CLASS 6A Record and first place votes In parenthe- sls: 1. Miami Senior (8) ...80 2. Orlando Dr. Phillips .'..71 3. Fort Lauderdale Dillard ; 63 4. Sarasota Riverview 53 5. Fort Walton Beach - 42 a. Palm Beach Lakes ,.. 37 7. Oviedo 34 8. Deerfield Beach -: 30 9 Cape Coral Mariner .14 10. Bradenton Southeast 9 Also received votes: Valrlco Blooming-dale 3; Miami Killian 3; Brandon 1. ; STATE CLASS 5A ' 1. Ocala Vanguard (7) .'.79 2. Daytona Beach Mainland . .66 3. Gainesville Buchholz 50 4. Clearwater 49 5. Gainesville 41 6. Fort Walton Beach Choctawhatchee? 26 7. Port Charlotte ,24 8. Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer .22 9. St. Petersburg Lakewood . , 21 10. Tallahassee Godby 18 Also received votes: New Port Rlchey Ridgewood 15; Jacksonville Wolfson 10 ID; Fort Lauderdale Aquinas 7; Orlando Oak Ridge 6; Milton 3; St. Petersburg Boca Clega 2; Leesburg 2. . f STATE CLASS 4A 1. Lakeland Kathleen (4) ,.) 65 2. Mount Dora 60 (tie) Tampa Robinson (2) . 60 4. Alachua Santa Fe - 58 5. Jacksonville Ribault (2) 52 6. Lakeland Lake Gibson 50 7. Cocoa 33 8. New Smyrna Beach 'a 14 9. Riviera Beach Suncoast v.p 13 10. Jacksonville Andrew Jackson ... 11 Also received votes: Tampa Jesuit 8; Jacksonville Englewood 7; Rockledge 4; Crestview 2; Jacksonville Bishop Kenny I; Lake Wales 1; Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons I. STATE CLASS 3A 1. Miami Gulliver Prep (8) .v. 80 2. Melbourne Florida Air Academy . , 67 3. Tampa Catholic 59 4. Keystone Heights is". 51 5. Miami Ransom Everglades 43 4. West Palm Beach Cardinal Newman 41 7. Marianne 28 8. Gainesville P.K. Yonge .,25 9. Montlcello Jefferson County 13 (tie) Williston 13 Also received votes: Avon Park 9; Lake Butler Union County 5; Chipley 4 Clewis-tonl - STATE CLASS 2A 1. Port St Joe (4) 73 2. Tampa Prep (4) '.(. 67 3. Miami MacArthur North '. . 64 4. Tallahassee Maclay . 60 5 Fort Lauderdale Westminster 40 6. Eatonvllle Wymore Tech 31 7. Vernon 28 8. Lakeland Christian 18 9. Tallahassee North Fla. Christian .s. 17 10. Tallahassee FAMU 14 Also received votes: Lakeland Santa Fe 10; Gracevllle 8; Hilliard 7; Miami Florida Christian 3; Daytona Beach Father Lopez 2; Baker 2. , STATE CLASS A 1. Malone (8) .'.80 2. Miami Northwest Christian . . . .v 72 3. Fort Myers Canterbury 56 4. Maitland Orangewood Christian j , , 54 5. Bronson 39 6. Ocoee Central Fla. Christian . . , :'. 20 7. Deltona Trinity 19 8. Riviera Beach Hendley Christian .'. 18 9 S t Augustine St. Josephs 17 10. Miami Holy Cross 15 Also received votes: CoranGebles ACE 14; Bradenton Christian 14; Evangel Christian 9, Jupiter Christian 3; Laurel Hill 1. Three-point goals: A: Antolne. JIL: Cruz 5. JV: John I. Leonard 49, Atlantic 20. B Pahokee 64, Pope John Paul 58: Bradie Pringle scored 22 points to lead the Blue Devils by the Eagles (8-4). Jessica Beaver scored 22 points for Pope John Paul and Blaine Parker added nine points and 13 rebounds. PAHOKEE - Banks 7 2-1 10, B. Pringle S 6-9 22, Cheryl Powell 1 1-2 3, Carol Powell 0 0-0 0. Gibson 2 0-0 4, Gilbert I 0-0 2, Folston 6 04 15. Totals 25 9-19 64. POPE JOHN PAUL (Ml - Davis 0 0-0 0, LaR-occa I 0-0 2, Bliss 3 4-4 10, Parker 6 1-3 13, Beaver I 6-6 22, Taylor 5 04 II. Totals 23 11-13 50. 47 -64 10 04 19 14-15 12 12 25- Trinity Christian American Heritage Pahokee Pope John Paul 9 11 16 28 -64 7 20 21 10-51 Three-point goals: P-Banks 2, Folston 3; PJP-Taylor. Fouled out: PJP-Parker. Technicals: P-2 JV: Pahokee 45, Pope John Paul 40. B Wellington 75, Palm Beach Lakes 54: Junior Lauren Delaney led the Wolverines with 28 points and Meghan Saaka had 14 points. The Rams were led by Noelle Griffin with 25 points. WELLINGTON - Watson 1 2-2 4, Morris 3 2-2 9, Loiselle 1 0-0 2, Owens 4 04 8, Delaney 10 0-0 28, Brew 4 0-0 8, Lilipogski 1 04 2. Saake 7 04 14. To Three-point goals: TC: Johnson, Wesson. AH: BOYS SOCCER Spanish River 2, Boca Raton 2: Ryan and Brent Eg-gleston scored the goals for the Sharks (0-0-1) and Ivo Ceciliano and Ronnie Castano scored for the Bobcats (0-0-1). B Suncoast 4, W.T. Dwyer 2: Stephen Smith scored two goals and Daniel Whitehall added a goal and two assists as the Chargers (1-0) defeated the Panthers (0-1). Jay Ringo and John O'Neal scored for W.T. Dwyer. GIRLS SOCCER Lake Worth Christian 1, Lake Worth 1: Michelle Gilde scored the Defenders' only goal on an assist from Shelby Callaway. Lily Davis had four saves for Lake Worth Christian (0-0-1.) B Spanish River 3, Boca Raton O: Samatha Shumate, Dana Moncada and Maren Jaffee scored for the Sharks (1-0). B Wellington 7, Atlantic 1: The Wolverines (1-0) got goals from seven different players in their victftry against the Eagles (0-1). with a good attitude. Burkhardt just took over ana is iooing for major improvement. District 15 NORTH DIVISION Boca Raton Bobcats Coach: Frank Rodriguez, second year. 96-97 Record: 22-6- tals 31 4-4 75. PALM.BEACH LAKES - Klrkland 2 04 5, Griffin 10 54 25, Washington 7 2-4 16, Groober 1 1-2 3, Daly I 04 2, Totals 21 8-12 54. Wellington Palm Beach Lakes 22 15 23 15 - 75 13 4 11 24-54 Three-point goals: Wellington: Delanev 8, Mor ris I. PBL: Griffin 3, Kirkland 1. B Santaluces 33, Spanish Results Boys basketball River 25: Monique Leonard had 13 points, five rebounds and two assists and Marissa Johnson Cardinal Newman 62, Royal Palm Beach 25 John I. Leonard 55, Atlantic 53 (OT) Santaluces 33, Spanish River 25 Okeechobee 45, Fort Pierce Central 29 Pohokee 64, Pope John Paul SB Palm Beach Gardens 45, Jupiter 27 South Fork 65, W.T. Dwyer 58 Cardinal Newman 4, Forest Hill 1. Jupiter 5, Benjamin 0 Palm Beach Gardens 4, Royal Palm Beach 0 Girls soccer Monday's results Fort Pierce Westwood def. Glades Central, forfeit Cardinal Newman 10, Forest Hill 0 Lake Worth Christian 1, Lake Worth 1 Kings Academy I, John I. Leonard 1 Suncoast 3, W.T. Dwyer 1 Spanish River 3, Boca Raton 0 Wellington 7, Atlantic 1 Jupiter I, Benjamin 0 Palm B ach Gardens 3, Royal Palm Beach I Boys soccer had 10 points and three rebounds for the Chiefs (11-2). Tiffany Moyal had nine points, including two three-pointers, for the Sharks. Monday's results Benjamin 79, Royal Palm 51 American Heritage 64, Trinity Christian 47 King'i Academy 97, Berean Christian 15 R.J. Hendley 66, Florida Bible 59 Girls basketball Monday's results Wellington 73, Beach Lakes 54 Monday's results Spanish River I Boca Raton 2 Lincoln Park Academy 3, Fort Pierce Central 3 Fort Pierce Westwood def. Glades Central, forfeit SPANISH RIVER - Moyal 3 1-2 9, Baker 1 3-6 6, Veiga 1 3-4 5. Coogle 1 3-10 5, Variance 0 04 a Piccolo 0 0-0 0, Sinkfield 0 0-0 0, Mazauskes 0 04 0, Richiez0 040. Totals 4 10-22 25. iV jX jVjKjV i-SJ. ,!k jfc m S-V iViV J. A i..

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