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t 111 ii ! 16C THE PALM BEACH POST WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1997 High schools Newman hands Pahokee first loss ck. It F Roundup Special to The Palm Beach Post WEST PALM BEACH Donald Banks had 17 points to lead Cardinal Newman to a 73-62 win over Pahokee in a boys high school basketball game Tuesday night between two of the state's top-ranked teams. Abram Elim added 16 points for Cardinal Newman (5-1, No. 3 in the Class 3A state poll and No. 8 in The Palm Beach Post Top 10). Shanard Edmonds led Pahokee (3-1, No. 2 in The Post and No. 8 in the Class 3A state poll) with 21 points. Jacoby Alexander added 19 points for the Blue Devils. PAHOKEE (H) - Maxle 0 34 3, Smith 3 0-0 6, Jackson 5 1-2 II, Edmonds 10 0-2 21, Alexander 4 5-10 19, Williams 10-12. Totals 25 9-19 62. CARDINAL NEWMAN (5-1) - Dillon 0 2-2 2, Mo-ses 4 2-4 12, Znovor 1 0-0 3, Colluccl 6 0-0 15, Banks 7 3-5 17, Elim 7 2-2 It, McKenile 1 0-2 2 Beutten-muller 3 0-06. Totals 29 9-15 73. s J I " ." ' " i - - -J- - - ' - - s ALLLN EYESTONEStaff Photographer George Cintron, who won a state title at Leonard two years ago, moved from New Jersey and now mi f wasi Jul Results, schedule 8Q to the Lions (3-0 and No. 5 in the Class 2A state poll). j FORT LAUDERDALE-WESTMINSTER (3-0) Pressley 9 5-1 23; Wood 6 4-4 It, Cooper 5 0-0 11 Ellsco 4 3-5 12; Bishop t 0-0 12; Housefleld 2 04 4 Schwab 2 1-4 5, Barber 2 2-3 4, Colon 1 1-3 3. Totals 37 14-29 91. GLADES DAY (0-1) - White 2 0-0 5, Rimes 0 2-g 2, Davis 3 2-2 9; Miiell 0 1-2 I; Sanchei 7 4-12 2$ Garrett 3 3-4 9; Hamilton 3 1-4 7; Holman 1 04 $ Hollowoyl042. Totals 20 15-30 57. , Westminster Clades Day 31 IS 19 24-9) ; I 13 19 17-ST ! Three-point goals W: Elisco. G: White, Davit JV Westminster won. Suncoast 81, Pope Jong Paul 58: Terence Robinson ha 18 points and 10 rebounds an Kris Sewer had 18 points and six rebounds to lead the Chargers' (2-2 and No. 5 in The Post) oe the Eagles (4-1). Charles Frederick had a gamej ' high 31 points, including four three-pointers, for Pope Joh ' Paul. t1- POPE JOHN PAUL (4.1) - Alexis 5 3-4 13, StrJ., bis 0 3-4 3, Frederick 10 7-10 31, Wilhide 0 2-2 Croke 1 04 2, Hollingsworth 1 0-0 2, Senna 1 3-4 I' -Schleter 0 04 0, Bassi 0 0-0 0. Totals 18 18-24 58. t SUNCOAST (2-2) - Mitchell 0 04 0, Dyer I 1-2 1 -Emerson 3 0-2 t, Sanders 0 04 0, Martin 0 0-2 Scott 0 04 0, Patterson I 3-4 5, Sewer 7 4-10 18, Nap er 3 1-1 7, Knowles 1 2-4 4, Robinson 7 4-8 18, WH- ' liams7-4-418, Albin 10-0 2. Totals 31 19-37 81. t, ; Pope John Paul 9 II 14 17 sS Suncoast II II 23 24-y Three-point goals: PJP-Frederick 4. Fouled out:P- Alexis, Frederick, Hollingsworth, Bassl. , Glades Central 64, Royal Palm Beach 48: Junior guard Demorris Thomas had 30 points; as the Raiders (1-1) beat thtji Wolverines (0-3). I ROYAL PALM BEACH (0-3) - Bullard 4 04 I Goudreau 1 04 3, Musser 1 04 2, Smith I 0-0 1," Smelser I 04 3, Jones 2 6-9 10, Osborne 9 0-2 II. Tot ' tals 19 4-1148. GLADES CENTRAL (1-1) - Midget t 4-6 17, Thomas 12 3-4 30, Barthlo 4 04 8, Mullins 13-4 5,' Jones 1 04 2, Selder I 04 2. Totals 25 10-14 44. Royal Palm Beach Glades Cental II II 17 87 -41 17 20 14 11-44' Three-point goals: RPB-Bullard, Goudreau,1, Smith, Smelser. GC-Mldget, Thomas 3. JV: Royal Palm Beach 55-50. ' Lake Worth Christian 43, Fort Lauderdale Christian 37: Cousins Rusty and Ben Smith combined for 20 points, eight re-' bounds and seven assists to give -the Defenders the win in the Highland Christmas Invitational . Tournament. FORT LAUDERDALE CHRISTIAN - S. Johnson , 0 04 0, VanNoord 0 0-3 0, VanBronkhorst 3 2-2 10,' Eccleston 0 2-2 2, D. Nelson 5 3-7 13, Cummins 004 ,i 0, M. Johnson 3 04 1, Crawford 2 04 4, J. Nelson 0 , 04 0, Hlldweln 0 0-0 0, Luckey 1 0-0 2. Totals 14 7-11 -i 37. , LAKE WORTH CHRISTIAN (2-3) - Manlak 00-4 ' 0, R. Smith 1 4-9 4, Boot 0 0-0 0, Schans I 1-2 4, B, . Smith 5 4-4 14, Johnson 5 0-5 10, St. Bernard 0 0-0 CC Harden 2 0-0 4, Quinones 2 1-2 5. Totals It 10-24 43. i Fort Lauderdale Christian Lake Worth Christian - 9 4 11 13-37 9 I 15 10-43 ; Three-point goals:F VanBronkhorst 2. L Schans. Jupiter Christian 121, Sheridan Hills 17: Brandon; Mason had 33 points and five re-; bounds and four assists, Tim Rub had eights assists, and Brian . O'Donnell grabbed seven re-' bounds for the Eagles (3-2). SHERIDAN HILLS (2-1) - Nash 0 04 0; Wild-: mlth 2 0-0 4; Bardaullle 2 3-4 9; Gallette 0 0-0 ft . Kretcho 0 0-0 0; Leon 0 0-10; Hocman 0 04 0; Alverf . 0 0-0 0; Talpesh 1 2-2 4. Totals 6 5-7 17. ' JUPITER CHRISTIAN (1-2) - Alexander 1 4-8 6, Lauremo 4 2-2 10; Bell 4 2-1 10; Flgueira 1 0-0 2; Ro-drlguei 8 2-2 18; Mason 12 4-4 33; Ruh 3 0-0 6; Smith 5 1-7 II; McDonald 2 0-1 4; O'Donnell 2 6-9 10; Banse 51-311. Totals 47 22-41 121. to watch COMMENT Top area wrestlers NAME SCHOOL YR. Glades Central Soph. Wellington Sr. Atlantic Sr. Clewiston Jr. Boca Raton Sr. Santaluces Soph. Forest Hill Sr. W. T. Dwyer Sr. Olympic Heights Jr. Forest Hill Jr. Forest Hill Jr. PB Gardens Jr. Clewiston Sr. John I; Leonard Sr. Boca Raton Sr. Carlton Baker George Cintron Jon Gibson Jerome Harper Adam Klavon Casey Knudtson Johnny Matute Andre Moise Jason Reid David Sanchez Michael Smith Pat Spirelli Johnny Stephens Peter Testa Brent Yturralde - TOP 5 TEAMS TO WATCH will wrestle for Wellington. -Steve Dorsey State qualifier at 189, won 25 matches State champ in '96, signed with N.C. St. Might be area's top heavyweight Unbeaten regular season at 103 last year State qualifier was district champ at 145 State runner-up at 119 was 31-8 last year State qualifier moving up to 189 class Transfer 145-pounder from Glades Central , Placed 4th at state at 171, moving to 189 Returning regional runner-up at 103 lbs. Competed for Team Florida at Jr. Nationals State qualifier will go at 215 this year Two-time state qualifier at 135 lbs. State qualifier was 30-5 at 103, moving to 112 Placed third at regional at 112 lbs. 5. Port St Lucie: Loss of Wrestler of the ' Year Jason Casiano and All-Area first-team selection Terry Clark to graduation will hurt, but Jaguars again should be a force in their Class 5A regional that includes Boca Raton, Dwyer, Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens. t: : Former state champ George Cintron moves back into the area to care for his ill mother. By Steve Dorsey Palm Beach Post Staff Writer WELLINGTON Some - wrestlers might have been happy that George Cintron left the area for his junior season last year to attend school in New Jersey. Cintron was 36-0 and won the 112-pound title at the Class 6A state championships two years ago as a sophomore at John I. Leonard. Had he stuck around last season, it's unlikely anyone from the area would have beaten him. Guess what? He's back and better than ever. Cintron, who now lives in Wellington's district and will wrestle for the Wolverines this season, received a special grant last year to attend New Jersey's Blair Academy, considered the best wrestling prep school in the nation. He said his wrestling partners in practice were among the top five or six in the country. "Up there you wrestled all year. It was a different world," Cintron said. Included among Cintron's 40-3 record last season were 112-pound titles at the Iron Man tournament in Ohio and Tournament of Champions in Reno, Nev., where in the semifinals he handed a wrestler who never had lost a high school match his first defeat. ; , Two of Cintron's losses came near the end of the season after he suffered a shoulder injury. Cintron had planned to attend Blair Academy for his senior year, but he decided to return to Palm Beach County to help care for his mother, who about a year ago was diagnosed with cancer. "I thought about her every match," Cintron said. "Everything I do this year is for her." 1. Santaluces: Defending Palm Beach County Athletic Conference champion Chiefs have depth and return four wrestlers who won at least 25 matches last season. They could be a force in their realigned Class 6A region that includes mostly Broward County teams. 2. Boca Raton: Bobcats coach Jerry Kuntz has six district champions returning from last season's Class 5A regional runner-up squad. 3. Forest Hill: Falcons are coming off the best season in school history in which they were a Class 4A regional runner-up. They return four state tournament qualifiers. ; 4. Wellington: Wolverines lost six wrestlers to new school Royal Palm Beach and return only three from last year's team that placed third at PBCAC championships. But addition of former John I. Leonard state champion George Cintron makes this team worth watching. ; IMPORTANT DATES Jan. 5: Deadline for filing minimum certified weight form. Jan. 23-24: Palm Beach County Athletic Conference championships at Glades Central. Feb. 9: Official FHSAA entry list deadline. Feb. 27-28: District tournaments. March 6-7: Regional tournaments. March 13-14: State championships at Sheridan Hills 2 4 2 7- 17 Jupiter Christian 39 22 35 25-12) Three-pomt goals Mason 5. Feuled out-S: Krepcho, Leon, Hacman. h GIRLS SOCCER 7 Pahokee Cardinal Newman II 20 11 13-42 27 15 14 17-73 Three-point goals: P-Alexonder 2, Edmonds. C-Moses 2, Znavor, Colluccl 3. Fouled out:P-Jackson, Alexander. Wellington 69, John I. Leonard 67: Anton Paige scored 22 points to lead the Wolverines (4-1 and No. 4 in The Post) over the Lancers (2-2). Rogel Dominguez had 19 points for Leonard. WELLINGTON (4-1) - Morris 5 44 14; Wltkawskl 4 2-5 10, Paige 9 4-7 22; Manuel 2 2-4 7; McPherson 1 1-2 3; Bolinder 0 3-4 3; Beuttanmuller 1 4-5 1; Stechs-chuke 0 2-4 4. Totals 22 22-39 49. JOHN I. LEONARD (2-2) - Faust 1 04 2, Frailer 0 0-0 0; Tripp 4 0-1 0; Verdeio 3 04 t; Turkusstani 0 0-0 0; Laster 0 2-2 2; Chan 0 04 0; Harrell 2 04 5; Brooms t 2-2 17; Sanders 1 2-2 4; Dominguei 0-0 19. Totals 28 6-7 67. Wellingon John I. Leonard 10 25 II 11-69 11 II 19 12-47 Three-point goals-W: Manuel; L; Harrell, Brooms 3, Dominguei 5. Technicals-Tripp. JV Wellington won. Martin County 82, Okeechobee 48: Eddie Davis had 26 points, and Terrance Matheny had 14 assists and six rebounds to lead the Tigers (5-0 and No. 3 in The Post) over the Brahmans. MARTIN COUNTY (54) - Croke 1 0-0 2; Matheny I 04 2; Sanders 5 0-0 10; Mclean 1 2-2 4; E. Davis 10 4-10 26; Vincent 2 3-4 7; J. Davis 1 0-0 16; Ford 7 0-2 14; Boland 01-21. Totals 35 10-20 82. OKEECHOBEE - Ferrell 1 04 3; Hebel 0 2-2 2; Birts 4 0-2 8; Holley 1 04 2; Enghlorl 1 04 2; Guerrero 4 04 8, Decarlo 5 1-2 II; Washington 5 2-5 12. Totals 21 5-1148. Martin County Okeechobee 30 14 24 12-12 It 9 8 15-48 Three-point goals-M: Davis 2; O: Ferrell. Technicals Okeechobee bench. JV Martin County won. Boca Raton 55, Palm Beach Gardens 41: Tremain Hall scored 22 points as the Bobcats (4-2) beat the Gators (0-2). Chris Jackson led the Gators with 13 points, and Albert Dawson had 11 points and nine rebounds.' BOCA RATON (4-2) - Hall 7 7-13 22, B.Poropa-tich 1 04 3, Bellasari 2 3-7 7, Stavrlnon I 0-1 2, Eversley 0 0-0 0, Whitney 3 4-5 10, J.Poropatich 1 1-2 3, Comrad 2 2-4 6. Totals 17 17-32 55. PALM BEACH GARDENS (0-2) - Tyson 0 0-0 0, Axelrod I 04 2, Jackson 4 2-3 13, Murray 2 04 5, Watson 3 1-2 5, Gutin 1 0-2 2, Arnold 0 0-0 0, Burns 0 0-0 0, Dawson 5 1-2 11, Arbogast 1 04 3, Brust 0 0-0 0. Totals 14 4-9 41. Boca Raton Palm Beach Gardens 8 13 22 12-55 8 12 12 9-41 Three-point goals: BR: Hall 3, B.Poropatich; PBG: Jackson 3, Murray, Arbogast. Fouled out: Watson. JV: Palm Beach Gardens 46-32. William T. Dwyer 76, Olympic Heights 61: Senior point guard Terrance Bell had 11 points and eight assists and freshman forward Ted Pace had 11 points and seven rebounds as the Panthers (3-1 and No. 9 in the Class 5A state poll) beat the Lions. Tyrone White added 12 points for Dwyer. : ,1: OLYMPIC HEIGHTS - Worthlngton 2 1-3 5, Morres 1 J-2 4, Phlllsalre 1 3-7 5, Schatfer 0 0-2 0, Davis 2 4-8 8, Vatsvog 2 0-0 i, Mooney 1 2-2 4, Ferguson 2 3-4 7, Sandoval 3 0-2 8, Delaura 2 3-4 7, Chioffe 1 4-66, Holman 0 1-2 1. Totals 17 23-42 61. WILLIAM T. DWYER (3-D - Searcy I 0-1 2, McCrimmon 0 1-2 I, Kent 1 04 2, Bell 5 0-0 11, Willis 0 2-4 2, O'Neal 4 04 10, Hagwood 0 0-2 0, Brock 1 2-2 4, White 4 4-4 12, Webb I 0-2 2, Grant 3 2-4 10, Smith 3 1-1 7, Pace 5 1-3 11, Boyce 1 04 2. Totals 29 13-25 74. ' . i Olympic Heights William T. Dwyer 12 17 9 23 -41 23 17 17 18-71 Three-point goals: OH Vatsvog 2, Sandoval 2; WTD-O'Neal 2, Grant 2, Bell. Fouled out: WTD Boyce. JV: Olympic Heights won. Westminster Academy 91, Glades Day 57: Pablo Sanchez had 20 points and five rebounds but the Gators (0-1) lost Dwyer's Tyrone W Heights' Mike Chioffe mf, Wax W imiiiMilT mi ii ill ' school being over. I'm taking it to the next level. I want to prepare for the next step." The next step college means Cintron must add some weight to his small, but well-chiseled frame to meet the lowest weight division in college wrestling. A wrestler adding weight is in contrast to what most wrestlers do during a season when they try to lose weight to drop down to a lower weight class. But then, Cintron isn't your typical wrestler either. Jupiter Christian surprises Westminster Academy Pope John Paul 4, Cardk.: . nal Newman 1: Renee Sileo,v Amy Staley, Jen Maggio and Erin' Moylan each scored for the Ea: gles (1-0) in their win over the... Crusaders (1-1). ; B Summit Christian 3,1' School of the Arts 1: Jessica ; King had a goal and two assists for the Defenders (1-0). v;. BOYS SOCCER John Carroll 2, Pope John; Paul 0: Jeff Chandler and Kevin; '-. Kennedy scored and goalkeeper-Andy Wells made six saves for the shutout as the Rams (1-0J"'. beat the Eagles (0-1). ; amson RFDLICHStarf Photographer . . i.K attempt of Olympic ..a 76-61 win Tuesday. much of a disappointment as some might think. "I've always had a lot of pressure on me throughout high school, and it kind of messed me up emotionally," said Cintron, who plans to wrestle at 119 pounds by. district tournament time. "My mom getting cancer, and not knowing whether she was going to make it another year, made me realize things. "My focus really isn't so much on winning state as it is to get bigger and stronger. ... I'm looking at (this season) as high Sharee Cook scored 12 for the Greyhounds (10-1). "We didn't play well (against Vero) and I wasn't sure how the girls would respond tonight," Wolfson said. "We tried to take away the three-pointer and shut down their scorers (Elizabeth) Mayes and (Anna) Green." Ball made one of her four three-pointers at the half-time buzzer as the Greyhounds took a 28-26 lead. Lincoln Park pulled away in the third quarter, out-scoring John Carroll 24-10 to take a 52-36 lead into the final period. "I haven't seen anybody around here in a while shoot quick threes off the pick like (Ball) did," John Carroll coach Howard Avril said. "It's funny how momentum works. If she doesn't hit that shot at the buzzer, we go into half time with the lead." Julius Whlgham II LINCOLN PARK ACADEMY (10-1) - Richardson 1 0-0 2, DeCosta 3 0-0 7, Ball 9 9-11 311 Morrison 0 2-2 !, Grant 7 0-1 IS, Cook 4 4-4 12. 24 15 69. Having already won a state title in Florida and a couple of the most prestigious prep tournaments in the nation, it would seem Cintron is primed for another undefeated state title run. He might be, but he said his focus this year will be more on getting himself prepared for wrestling in college he's already signed a scholarship with North Carolina State than on going undefeated and winning another state title. In fact, he said if he doesn't win the state title, it won't be as Girls basketball lei 1 0-0 2, Soltzman 1 0-0 2, Nlssenfeld 5 2-2 14, Can-arak 1 1-2 3, Broniti 4 5-4 14, Masl 1 0-0 2, Carr 5 M 10. Totals 18 H0 47. ST. ANDREW'S (4-4) - Patton 2 8-13 12, Seglen 1 M 2, Stewart 4 1-4-13, Dlos 9 7-11 25, Dietrich 0 0-0 0, GustlnOO-O 0, Wilmoth 0 W 0. Totals It 14-32 52 Port Lauderdale-Unlversity St. Andrews lilt l-47 7 9 11 23-52 Three-peint (oats: U: Nlssenfeld 2, Broniti. Fouled out: U: Carr, Nudel. Lincoln Park Academy 69, John Carroll 57: After suffering its first defeat of the season last Wednesday against Vero Beach, Lincoln Park Academy girls basketball coach Marty Wolfson wondered how his team would respond during Tuesday night's game against John Carroll. Wolfson's concerns were put to rest early as his Greyhounds, ranked sixth in The Palm Beach Post Top 10, knocked off the No. 4 Rams at John Carroll. Lincoln Park had three players score in double figures, including senior guard Duanda Ball, who scored a game-high 31 points and added nine steals and, six assists. Nicole Grant had 15 points and r : ' ' fi ) Nil . 'T ii ii '"SllSa 4Ba if i tj Special to The Palm Beach Post v FORT LAUDERDALE - Jill Banse had 21 points with three three-pointers, seven rebounds and seven blocked shots to lead Jupiter Christian to a 39-37 win over Fort Lauderdale-Westminster Academy 39-37 in a girls high school basketball game Tuesday. Alyssa Sikes added seven rebounds and Melissa Miller had 10 steals and three assists for Jupiter Christian (5-2). Westminster Academy entered the game ranked No. 5 in the Class 2A state poll. JUPITER CHRISTIAN (5-1) - Miller 1 1-2 1; Waugh 2 3-10 7; Morris 0 0-2 0; Barnett 3 H 4; Sense 1 2-4 21; Orman 1 0-1 2, DeSanctls 0 0-0 0; Sikes 0 0-0 0. Totals 15 6-20 39. WESTMINSTER ACADEMY - Bishop 2 0-3 4; Es-terllne 1 0-2 2; Erisman 0 W 0; Jomlny 1 2-2 4; Latalf 1 1-1 3; Menwell 1 1-3 3; K. McKane 0 0-0 0; K. McKane 1 0-0 I Roccantl I 1-2 3; Senmlti 0 0-0 0; Tennies 0 0-0 0; Broyles t 2 12; Laney 2 04 4. Totals 14 5-15 37. Jupiter Christian Westminster Academy 11 4 7 15-39 4 I It 13-37 . Three-peint seals-J: Banse 1. Feu led eut-W: Roccantl. JV-Westmlnster 4t-2l. B St. Andrew's 52, University 47: Fatou-maty Dios had 25 points and 14 rebounds for the Scots. 1 FORT LAUDERDALE-UNIVERSITY (9-2) - Nud- JOHN CARROLL (3-2) - Laio I 0-0 1, Vetter 0 0-0 0, Mayes 0 0-0 0, Ranew 2 1-1 5, Zrallack 4 0-011, A. Green 4 4-4 12, Jenkins 10 1-1 21, L. Green 3 04 t. Totals 24 6-4 57. Lincoln Park Academy John Carroll 14 12 24 17-49 13 13 10 21-57 Three-point goals: LPA: Ball 4, DeCosta, Grant; JC Zrallak 3. Port St. Lucie 43, Westwood 38: Junior Jennifer Hardy had 11 points and four steals to lead the Jaguars (8-2) over the Panthers (4-5). PORT ST. LUCIE (Ml - Hardy 3 5-511, Mortl 5 0- 0 II, Pearson 0 1-3 1, Peterson 2 0-0 4, Spencer 204 4, Thomas 104 2, davls 3 0-0 4, McGlynn 2 0-0 4. Totals It 5-7 43. WESTWOOD (4-5) - Reynolds 01 0-0 2, McGee 1 5- 1 7, Ward 3 0-0 t, LaSane 3 1-3 7, McKelthan 3 0-0 6, Robinson 4 2-2 1. Totals 15 8-13 31. Pert St. Lucie Westwood 11 13 10-43 14 7 4 11-11 Three-point goals:W-Mortl. JV: Port St. Lucie 40-30. South Fork 40, Martin County 21: Schawandala Cook-sey had 13 points as the Bulldogs (7-3) beat the Tigers (3-6). MARTIN COUNTY (34) - Potter 3 0-0 4; McGoye 0 0-0 0; Puschinsky 0 0-0 0; Queen 7 2-5 6, Davis 2 l-l 5, Pagan 0 0-0 0, Salen 1 04 2; Harvey 1 04 2, Totals 9 3-6 21. SOUTH FORK (7-3) - Cooksey 1 7-10 13; Crane 1 0-0 2, Dove 0 0-0 0; Woeber 2 04 4; Purkey 0 04 0; Brown 4 0-1 10; Welch 5 1-3 II; Radway 00-0 0. Totals 15 1-14 40. Martin County South Fork 4 1 7 7-21 11 12 4 11-40 Three-point goals-S: Brown 2. Foulee! ut-M: Puschinsky. JV-South Fork 41-30. if nrf ilf' ti i-iV ill ,M, ( ka

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