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4C THE PALM BEACH POST FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1997 -ir c High schools Today's regional semifinals Class 3A Lake Worth wins in OT Cunningham lifts Suncoast past Pope John Paul Late three seals win i for Temple The Associated Press ) EAST LANSING, Mich. - Ra-" sheed Brokenborough's three-pointer with 52 seconds remaining J Thursday night lifted No. 20 Tem- ., pie to a 56-54 victory against'!? Michigan State, which missed a'-j three-pointer and two free throws"'' in the final nine seconds. Girls basketball T-t Special to The Palm Beach Post t LAKE WORTH - Freshman guard Peaches Razz had 20 points, including 11 points in the fourth quarter when Lake Worth rallied to forced overtime, to lead Lake Worth to a 52-45 victory against Spanish River in a girls basketball game Thursday night. Shemerria Burgess added 13 points for Lake Worth. - Roshawn Baker led the Sharks with 10 points. SPANISH RIVER - Variance 4 0-0 9. Piccolo 2 04 4 Moyal 4 0-0 10, Baker 3 4-4 10, Veiga 0 0-1 0, Rich-ley 3 1-3 7, Coogle 2 1-3 5. Totals II 6-13 45. LAKE WORTH (S-7) - Brooks 2 2-4 6, Kearse 2 1-3 6, McColla 0 2-41 Miller 0 0-2 0, Ran I 2-6 20, Morgan I 0-0 jobrohem 1 1-2 3, Burgess S 3-9 13. To-tall 1 11-30 52. Spanish River Lake Worth 12 12 9 0 4-4S 5 20 -52 Three-point goals: SR-Moyal 2, Variance; LW-Ratj 2, Kearse. JV: Spanish River 36-31. D Suncoast 69, Pope John Paul 33: Exzavia Cunningham led all scorers with 26 points and Trah James added 20 as the Chargers routed the Eagles at Riviera Beach to stay unbeaten. Jessica Beaver led Pope John Paul with eight points. POPE JOHN PAUL - Hahl 0 0-0 0, Davis 0 1-2 1, Gubana 1 0-1 2, Larocca 0 3-7 3, Bliss 1 4-4 6, Parker 1 1-5 3, Beaver 3 2-2 1, Anderson 1 0-0 2, Taylor 3 0-0 4, If lesmanic 0 2-2 2, Watkins 0 0-0 0. Totals 10 13-25 S0NCOAST (104) - Barnes 0 M 0, Booth 0 04 0, James 10 0-0 20, Rainey 1 0-0 2, Stanley 0 04 0, Stephens 4 04 1, Cunningham 10 3-5 24, Connaway I 1-1 3, Davis 0 0-0 0, Hosey 1 0-0 2, Mark 0 04 0, Kinney 4 0-1 1, Evans 0 040. Totals 31 4-7 69. Pop John Paul Suncoast 14 5 I 4-33 12 I 27 22 -69 Three-point goals: S-Cunningham 3. JV: Suncoast won. IB Olympic Heights 51, Deerfield Beach 45: Stephanie Infantino scored 18 points and had four assists to lead the Lions over Deerfield Beach. ! Shayla Thompson added 10 points Renee Stennett had eight rebounds for the Lions. OLYMPIC HEIGHTS (9-2) - SibiliO 0 1-2 I, Thompson 5 04 10, Swanson 2 04 4, Infantino 7 3-6 II, Stennett 4 4-1 12, Cohen 0 04 0, Pappas 2 04 6, Cornelius 0 0-0 0, Crown-Schwartt 0 0-0 0. Totals 20 S-I65I. DEERFIELD BEACH - McCleod I 1-2 17, Gil-more 3 0-2 6, Straschan 4 4-4 14, Robillard I 0-0 2, Duncan 2 0-0 4, Hicks I 0-2 2, Edwards 0 0-0 0, Williams 0 0-00. Totals 19 5-12 45. Olympic Heights Deerfield Beach 10 20 15 4-51 15 I 10 12-45 Three-point goals: OH infantino.Pappos 2. DB Straschan 2. Fouled out: DB-GilmorV JV: Olympic Heitjhts 51-16. Wellington 61, John I. Leonard 37: Meghan Saake and Lauren Delaney scored 18 points apiece as the Wolverines routed the Lancers at West Palm Beach. Leticia Graham led John I. Leonard with 17 points, six rebounds and six steals. WELLINGTON (14) - Watson 2 1-2 5, Morris 2 0-4 4, Loselle 2 04 5, Brisson 0 1-2 1, Delaney 6 3-4 II, Brewer 4 2-2 10, Saake 1 2-2 II. Totals 24 9-1661. JOHN I. LEONARD (44) - McCoy 0 1-2 I, Graham 1 1-5 17, Garcon 1 1-7 3, Smock 0 1-2 1, Kennedy 2 0-1 4, Cruz 3 0-0 7, Meus 0 2-6 2, Palacious I 04 2. Totals 15 6-23 37. Wellington 17 IS II 11-61 John I. Leonard 4 15 11 7-37 Three-point goals: L-Crui; W-Loiseelle, Delaney. JV: John I. Leonard 33-27. Glades Central 64, Royal Palm Beach 17: Kim Coleman had 16 points and three steals to lead the Raiders over the Wildcats. I Jaykena Edwards added eight points for Glades Central. ROYAL PALM BEACH - A. Johnson 3 1-3 7, Battle 1 0-0 2, Santana 0 3-6 3, Miller 2 1-3 5. Totals 6 5-14 17. Class 4A Tampa-Robinson (11-1) at Glades Central (12-0) KICKOFF: 7:30 p.m. RADIO: WBGF-93.5FM. ABOUT ROBINSON: The Knights made the playoffs for the first time in 20 years. They have won 1 1 consecutive games since losing their season opener to district rival Tampa-Jesuit. They upset defending state champion and state-ranked Bartow 27-24 in the first round and beat Haines City 34-1 3 last week. Senior running back Zain Gilmore set the Hillsborough County regular-season rushing record with 1,970 yards, third in the state, and averaged 1 1.7 yards a carry. He scored 27 touchdowns and led the state in scoring with 183 points. Wide receiver Desmond Allison a 6-foot-6, 185-pound senior who already has verbally committed to sign a basketball scholarship with Kentucky also is a scoring threat. ABOUT GLADES CENTRAL: The unbeaten Raiders are ranked No. 1 in the Class 4A state poll and made the playoffs for the sixth time in seven years. They trounced Key West 63-6 in the first round and defeated a good state-ranked Palmetto team 1 7-14 in the quarterfinals. Senior Brad Banks has accounted for 1 ,875 yards total offense and 24 touchdowns for the Raiders, who average 34.2 points per game. The Raiders' defense nicknamed the Legion of Doom by senior linebacker and captain Leslie Straker (125 tackles, six sacks) has allowed opponents an average of 3.9 points a game and have seven shutouts. Starting defensive end Dwight Jackson has not practiced this week because of severely bruised ribs he suffered in the win against Palmetto, and coach Milton Watson said Jackson likely will not play tonight. DIRECTIONS: 1001 SW Ave. M, Belle Glade. From the east, take SR 80 (Southern Boulevard) west to SR 7 1 5 and make a left, then make a left at the fifth traffic light and follow street into school parking lot. 511 CODE: 10. Class 2A Moore Haven (11-1) at Lake Highland (11-1) KICKOFF: 7:30 p.m. RADIO: None. ABOUT MOORE HAVEN: The Terriers, ranked No. 5 in the Class 2A state poll, have been unstoppable since losing their regular-season finale against district rival Glades Day, last year's state runner-up. They beat Fort Lauderdale-Westminster Academy 34-28 in the first round and trounced Miami-Westminster Christian 46-14 last week. Running back Gladstone Coke rushed for 310 yards and scored four touchdowns last week as the Terriers rushed for 500 yards. ABOUT LAKE HIGHLAND: The Highlanders struggled to beat 4-6 Hawthorne 24-21 in the first round of the playoffs, but beat St. Petersburg-Shorecrest 39-0 last week. They feature three Division I prospects in fullback Jason McMillion (6-1, 220), tight enddefensive end Dennis Proell (6-4, 210) and defensive back running back Corey Edwards (6-0, 180). DIRECTIONS: Take the turnpike to 1-4 east and proceed through downtown Orlando, exit 1-4 -at Colonial Drive (SR 50), make a right on Colonial, go three traffic lights and turn left at Highland Ave., go about one-quarter mile and the stadium is on the right. 511 CODE: 13. in Buchanan added 10 points. SHERIDAN HILLS - Mellender 3 2-2 1, Mejia 5 I-4 II, Barcenas I 04 2, Osceola 5 0-0 10. Totals 14 31 31. LAKE WORTH CHRISTIAN (2-4) - C. Stob 1 04 X Buchanan 5 0-5 10, Welch 2 1-4 5, McKee 4 5-10 17, A. Stob 0 00 0, Youngs 0 2-1 2. Totals 14 1-27 34. Sheridan Hills Lake Worth Christian 12 4 13-31 M 5 12-34 Fouled out: SH-Mellender. King's Academy 58, Zion Lutheran 26: Senior forward Jen Palmer (15 points, eight rebounds) led the Lions over Zion Lutheran at the Fort Lauderdale Christian Tournament. ZION LUTHERAN (2-7) J. R utherford 2 0-2 4, L. Rutherford 3 0-2 4, M. Rodewald 1 04 2, E. Rodewald 2 04 4, Chen 0 04 0, T. Bruce I 04 2, G. Bruce 0 0-0 0, Martinson 2 04 4, McDermott 2 0-0 4. Totals: 13 0-4 26. KING'S ACADEMY (7-5) - Curtis 1 4-6 6, Treen 1 04 2, DeJesus 2 3-4 7, Palmer 7 2-2 16, Jourdan 2 3-1 7, Freeman 1 1-2 3, Davis 1 0-0 2, Sirak 3 1-1 7, Nab-han 2 3-4 7, Jessee 0 1-2 1. Totals: 20 11-29 51. Zion Lutheran King's Academy 4 4 1 1-26 13 9 19 17-51 Three-point goals: None. Fort Myers-Bishop Verot 43, Clewiston 36: Shannon Hanson led the Vikings with 13 points and Mellany Marquez added six points in a victory over the Tigers. CLEWISTON (1-7) - L. Shaw 2 1-2 5, K. Shaw 2 0-1 4, Jackson 0 0-2 0, E. Williams 0 04 0, Stinson 0 04 0, Johnson 0 2-2 2, Rawls 0 2-2 2, Lee 3 5-12 II, B. Williams 0 1-2 1, Watson 5 1-2 11, Favors 0 04 0. Totals 12 12-25 36. FT. MYERS-BISHOP VEROT (7-5) - Reese 2 04 5, Hanson 4 4-1 13, Marquei 1 3-4 6, Stephens 3 04 6, Kohlheim 1 0-3 3, Linnehan 1 2-2 4, McCormick I 04 2, Tinsley 1 2-2 4. Totals 14 11-19 43. Clewiston Bishop Verot 19 6 13-36 I 12 13 10-43 Three-point goals: BV-Reese, Hanson, Marquez, Kolheim. Forest Hill 32, Fort Pierce Westwood 30: Tiffany Morgan's driving layup with seven seconds remaining lifted the Falcons to a dramatic victory against the Panthers at West Palm Beach. FORT PIERCE WESTWOOD - McGee 8 8-11 24, Ward 10-12, Lesane 1 2-4 4. Totals 10 10-16 30. FOREST HILL (2-10) - Jaclnte 2 3-5 7, Glover 1 2-2 4, Morgan 7 2-4 16, Sears 2 1-1 5. Totals 12 8-14 32. Fort Pierce Westwood Forest Hill 4 14 16-30 4 2 13 11-32 Three-point goals: Westwood 26-14. None. JV: Fort Pierce Jupiter Christian 42, Mount Paran (Ga.) 35: Jill Banse had 21 points, six rebounds, three assists and three blocks to lead the Eagles in the first round of the Lee University Tournament in Cleveland, Tenn. MOUNT PARAN - Laudino 3 1-2 7, Beishline 0 0-2 0, Billard 1 0-0 2, Ryan 2 3-8 7, Keith 2 34 7, Sather 3 2-2 8, Meeks 2 0-2 4. Totals 13 9-24 35. JUPITER CHRISTIAN (6-2) - Miller 2 1-2 5, Waugh 4 2-7 10, Morris 0 0-4 0, Barnett 0 2-2 2, Banse 9 1-2 21, DeSanctis 0 2-4 2, Sikes I 0-0 2. Totals 16 8-21 42. Mount Paran Jupiter Christian 4 10 4 15-35 12 11 8 11-42 Three-point goals: JC- Billard, Laudino. Banse 2. Fouled out: MP John Carroll 62, Moore Haven 26: Anna Green scored 16 points and Benavia Jenkins added 14 as the Rams routed the Terriers at Moore Haven. JOHN CARROLL (4-2) - Laio 4 1-1 10, Karon 0 1-2 1, Vetter 2 0-1 4, Mayes I 2-2 4, Ranew 2 04 4, Zral-lack 2 0-1 5, AGreen 7 2-2 16, LGreen 2 0-0 4, Jenkins 7 0-0 14. Totals 27 6-9 62. MOORE HAVEN - Villaplurte I 0-0 2, Pressley 4 2-4 10, McPherson 1 0-0 2, EMyers 0 1-2 1, LMyers 0 0-2 0, Broughton 1 0-4 2, Cunningham 2 1-2 5, Hall-back 1 2-4 4. Totals 10 4-16 26. John Carroll Moore Haven 15 14 21 12-62 12 S 4 3-24 Three-point goals: JC-Lazo, Zrallack. JV: John Carroll 42-27. Christian win Summit Christian Sheridan Hills 17 4 22 14 -59 11 9 10 17-47 Three-point goals: SC-Roman, Wells. SH-Leon-,Talpesh 2. JV: Summit Christian 59-55. BOYS SOCCER Atlantic 0, Westminster Academy 0: The Eagles (0-1-1) played to a tie against Westminster Academy (0-0-1) at Delray Beach. Valdimy Anteime and Kevin Bowersox combined on the shutout for Atlantic. GIRLS SOCCER B Cardinal Newman 3, School of the Arts 0: Denise Vanson, Lynn Rankin and Francis Smith each scored a goal as the Crusaders (2-1) defeated the School of the Arts (0-2). GLADES CENTRAL (1-5) - Bytbwood 2 1-4 5, Morris 2 1-2 5, Outler I 04) 2, Hill I 0-0 2, Edwards 4 M I, Robinson 2 0-14. Thomas 3 0-2 4, Huertes 1 0-0 2, Brown 0 0-2 0, Anderson 3 1-2 7, Coleman 4 2-4 14. Chatman 3 04 7. Totals 28 5-17 64. Royal Palm Beach Glades Central 4 7 2 2-17 24 II 11 13-44 Three-point goals: GC-Coleman 2, Chatman. JV: Glades Central won. Pahokee 63, Cardinal Newman 41: Robbie Banks scored 22 points to lead the Blue Devils over the Crusaders at West Palm Beach. Lauren Hills had 15 points and 15 rebounds for the Crusaders. PAHOKEE (0-2) - Banks 10 1-3 22, Pringle 5 4-4 14, Powell 1 04 2, Gibson 6 0-0 12, P Pringle 0 04 0, Jova 0 0-10, Folston 6 0-3 13, Gilbert 0 0-0 0, Prescot 0 0-0 0. Totals: 21 1-11 63. CARDINAL NEWMAN (3-6) - Hoover 2 2-2 6, Benvenuto 0 0-2 0, Welch 0 2-2 2, White 3 6-1 12, Sala-zar 3 0-0 6, Hills 5 5-1 15. Totals: 13 15-22 41. Pahokee Cardinal Newman 11 22 14 14-63 9 I 12 12-41 Three-point goals: P-Banks, Folston. JV: Pahokee 44-43. Jupiter 50, Fort Pierce Central 45: Trailing 39-32 at the end of three quarters, the Warriors outscored the Cobras 18-6 in the fourth quarter to pull away for the win at Jupiter. Laura Roth scored nine of her game-high 24 points in the fourth quarter for Jupiter. Roth also grabbed 12 rebounds. Taneshya Banner led Fort Pierce Central with 17 points. FORT PIERCE CENTRAL - Lee 3 04 6, Mills 2 0-1 4, McNeil 0 0-0 0, Hoffman 3 1-2 7, Burr 1 1-3 3, Banner 7 l-l 17, Donaldson 3 2-2 6. Totals 19 5-9 45. JUPITER (3-7) - Burke 2 2-4 6, Roth 10 4-7 24, Smith 2 04 4, Lassen 1 2-5 4, Werti 1 0-0 2, Wine-gardner 2 1-2 5, Briggs 1 1-2 3, Mack 1 04 2. Totals 20 10-20 50. Fort Pierce Central Jupiter 10 14 15 6-45 16 5 11 11-50 Three-point goals: FPC-Banner 2. Fouled out: FPC-Lee, Mills. JV: Jupiter 43-30. Palm Beach Lakes 59, Santaluces 52: Noelle Griffin scored 16 of her game-high 25 points in a decisive fourth quarter as the Rams defeated the Chiefs at West Palm Beach. SANTALUCES - Leonard 6 5-6 17, Johnson 5 0-1 10, Puckett 5 3-5 14, Robinson 3 0-1 6, Lockett 1 3-4 5. Totals 20 11-17 52. PALM BEACH LAKES (4-4) - Dana Solomon 7 0-0 17, Williams 0 1-2 1, Griffin 9 6-11 25, Washington 4 51 13, Groover 1 1-23. Totals 21 13-23 59. Santaluces Palm Beach Lakes I 14 14 16-52 9 11 16 23-59 Three-point goals: S-Puckett; PBL-Dana Solomon 3, Griffin. Fouled out: S-Johnson. JV: Santa-luces 32-28. Palm Beach Gardens 56, W.T. Dwyer 31: Junior Jessie Scala led the Gators with 17 points, five assists and five steals and freshman Tamia Williams added 12 points, five assists and six rebounds for the winners. W.T. DWYER (4-10) - Grasso 0 0-0 0, Wayland 4 0-2 8, MacCallum 0 0-0 0, DeMercurlo 0 0-2 0, K. McCue 2 2-4 6, E. McCue 4 1-2 10, Tisdale 1 1-2 3, Dixon 2 04 4, Foster 0 04 0, Koechler 0 04 0. Totals 13 4-12 31. PALM BEACH GARDENS (10-2) - Scale 6 0-0 17, Byron 1 3-3 5, Hatlen 0 1-4 1, Burke 0 0-0 0, Wright 4 0-0 8, Stone 1 0-0 2, Matlosz 1 0-0 2, Harvey 0 0-0 0, Traugh 1 04 2, Volstad 2 04 4, Williams 5 2-2 12, Par-rish I 1-2 3, Wayland 00-00. Totals 22 7-11 56. W.T. Dwyer Palm Beach Gardens 7 9 7 8-31 21 17 9 9-56 Three-point goals: D-E. McCue; PBG-Scala 5. JV-Palm Beach Gardens 42-22. Lake Worth Christian 36, Sheridan Hills 31: Kathleen McKee led the Defenders with 17 points and 11 rebounds and Katie Boys basketball 0-0 10, Kolloher 4 0-0 8, Lomur 0 4-5 4, Oscola 1 2-2 4, Mandol 0 3-4 3, Seidorman 0 1-2 I, Soidor 0 1-4 1, Totals 23 22-34 72. GLADES DAY (0-2) - White 3 5-8 14, Rimes 0 0-0 Davis 3 2-4 8, Mizell 0 3-4 3, Sanchez 6 1-6 14, Garrett 3 44 11, Hamilton 4 3-4 11, Holman I 0-2 3, Holloway 0 0-0 0. Totals 20 18-34 64. University Glades Day 19 19 12 22- 72 12 14 10 24-64 Three-point goals: FL Sadkin 2, Howard 2. GD-White 3, Sanchez, Garrett, Holman. Fouled out: GD Mizell. Summit Christian 59, Sheridan Hills 47: Josh LaFave led the Fighting Saints with 14 points and eight rebounds and Frankie Roman added 13 points. SUMMIT CHRISTIAN (2-2) - Clemmons 2 2-2 6, Roman 6 0-2 13, Kondo 2 0-2 4, Vollmar 2 0-1 4, Wells 1-2 6, Forester 6 0-0 12, LaFave 6 2-2 14, Whitaker 0 0-0 0, Allen 0 0-0 0. Totals 26 5-11 59. SHERIDAN HILLS (2-4) - Nash 1 0-0 2, Bardaville 3-4 15, Hacman 2 0-0 4, Leon 4 1-3 10, Talpesh 4 6-6 16, Seanon 0 0-0 0. Totals 17 10-13 47. Pope John Paul (5-7) at Avon Park (10-2) KICKOFF: 7:30 p.m. RADIO: None. ABOUT POPE JOHN PAUL: The Eagles are the only team remaining in any classification with a below-.500 record. They pounded Melbourne Central Catholic 44-14 in the first round and rallied from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to defeat Fort Lauderdale-Pine Crest 27-24 last week in the quarterfinals. Fullback Robert "The Diesel" Cazenave rushed for 155 yards and three touchdowns against MCC, and Chris Coleman rushed for 141 yards and two touchdowns against Pine Crest. Starting linebacker Scott Hanley, the Eagles' leading tackier during the regular season, will not play because of a broken collarbone he suffered in the last game of the regular season against Royal Palm Beach. ABOUT AVON PARK: The Red Devils, ranked No. 7 in the Class 3A state poll, defeated No. 9-ranked Fort Myers-Bishop Verot 46-1 4 in the first round and beat Frostproof, the 3A state runner-up last year, 24-14 last week. They feature an offensive back-field that loves to punish opposing defenses. Running back Boise Jones is 6-foot-4, 220 pounds, and runs behind the blocking of 6-5, 255-pound senior Derrick Crawford, who also anchors a big and aggressive defense that forced seven turnovers against Frostproof. DIRECTIONS: Take Route 27 north past Sebring to Avon Park in Highlands County. School is located at 700 East Main Street. 511 CODE: 11. Pahokee (5-7) at Clewiston (11-1) KICKOFF: 7:30 p.m. RADIO: WSWN-900AM, WAFC- 106.3FM. ABOUT PAHOKEE: Coach Joe Marx said he circled tonight's date back in August when the Blue Devils lost to Clewiston in the pre-season Kickoff Classic. Now, a berth in the regional final game is at stake in this rematch of two rivals who played each Qther 34 times between 1950 and 1984. "It's a mini-Muck Bowl," he said. Pacing the offense will be junior quarterback Anquan Boldin, whose running game is as threatening as his passing game. Pahokee's defense has allowed 9.3 points per game. Last week, they beat Miami-Gulliver 23-3 in a last week's second-round game. Pahokee's record is actually 8-4 because an ineligible player forced the Blue Devils to forfeit three non-district games. ABOUT CLEWISTON: "I told my players they're going to experience something Friday night that they've never experienced in their athletic careers in terms of excitement," said coach Al Mor-rell. Not only are the Tigers playing in the third round of the playoffs for the first time since 1 986, they are playing it at home against an old-time rival. Morrell said his players watched a video of last week's Pahokee game while eating a pre-game dinner at the First Baptist Church. At least 4,000 and as many as 7,000 people are expected to watch quarterback Josh Polhill lead the Tigers' quest for a first state championship since 1981. DIRECTIONS: Cane Field, 601 W. Osceola St., Clewiston. Go west through Belle Glade to South Bay, then north on Route 27 to Clewiston, go through town, field is on right at west end of town. 511 CODE: 12. Today'i games All games at 7:30 p.m. unless noted Fort Pierce Westwood at Avon Park, 5:30 p.m. Pope John Paul at St. Andrew's, i p.m. Moore Haven at Benjamin, 6:30 p.m. Okeechobee at Lincoln Park Academy, 7 p.m. Port St. Lucie at John Carroll, 7 p.m. Palm Beach Lakes at Vero Beach, 7 p.m. Boys soccer Thursday's result Atlantic 0, Westminster Academy 0 Today's games Fort Pierce Central at John Carroll, 4 p.m. Suncoast at Lincoln Park Academy, 7 p.m. Okeechobee at South Fork, 7:30 p.m. Palm Beach Gardens at Port St. Lucie, 7:30 p.m. Fort Pierce Westwood at Marathon, 7:30 p.m. Deerfield Beach at Santaluces, I p.m. Girls soccer Thursday's results Cardinal Newman 3, School of the Arts 0 Port St. Lucie at Sebastian River, DNR Today's games Suncoast at Lincoln Park Academy, S p.m. Palm Beach Gardens at Port St. Lucie, 5:30 p.m. t-ort fierce lemrai at ey vvesi, :ju p.m. Football All games 7:30 p.m. Today's regional semifinals All games at 7:30 p.m. Class 4A Tampa-Robinson (11-1) at Glades Central (12- 0) Class 3A Pope John Paul (5-7) at Avon Park (10-2) Pahokee (8-4) at Clewiston (11-1) Class 2A Moore Haven ( 11-1) at Orlando-Lake Highland Prep (II I) College basketball " Scores iotr Jason Klein's three-pointer had given the Spartans (3-2) a 54-52 lead with 1:17 remaining, before the Owls (3-1) came back. TEMPLE (3-1) - Dunkley 0-1 1-2 1, Stewart 0-11 3-7 20, Barnes 4-5 4-6 12, Sanchez 2-6 3-4 7, Brokenbor-ough 2-9 0-0 6, Moore 0-1 0-0 0, Greer 2-2 0-1 6, Sanders 0-1 04 0, Tabb l-l 0-0 2, Wadley 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 20-39 11-20 56. MICHIGAN ST. (3-2) - Thomas 3-8 0-2 6, Hutson 5-7 1-2 II, Smith 2-9 2-3 6, Cleaves 2-11 5-6 II, Bell 3-9 0-0 7, Granger 0-1 0-0 0, Klein 3-11 2-2 11, Wiley 1-1 04 2. Totals 19-57 10-15 54. Half time-Temple 26, Michigan St. 19. Three-point goals Temple 5-10 (Greer 2-2, Brokenbor-ough 2-5, Stewart 1-2, Dunkley 0-1), Michigan St. 6-19 (Klein 3-10, Cleaves 2-5, Bell 1-3, Thomas 0-1). Fouled out-Stewart. Rebounds-Temple 25 (Barnes 6), Michigan St. 34 (Hutson 9). Assists- Temple I (Barnes 3), Michigan St. II (Cleaves 5). Total fouls-Temple 15, Michigan St. 18. Technicals-Sanchez. A 11,855. No. 2 Kansas 102, Empo-,li ria St. 50: Kenny Gregory sparked a 16-0 run to start the second half and the Jayhawks (7-;'; 0), playing without injured Paul? Pierce, shrugged off some first- u half lethargy to beat the Division.;. 11 Hornets (1-2) in Lawrence, Kan. ;i; EMPORIA ST. (1-2) - King 4-18 6-6 15, Henderson , , 1-2 0-0 2, Butler 3-12 0-2 7, Muhammad 3-11 0-0 6,-i Forbes 5-10 0-0 14, DuCree 0-2 04 0, Rogers 04 04 0, -)t Tanner 0-3 04 0, Mellen l-l 04 2, Klamberg 1-2 04 2, -. Dos Santos 1-3 04 2. Totals 19-44 6-8 50. -l KANSAS (1-0) - Bradford 4-13 54 13, LaFrentz 5-9 . 12 16 22, Pugh 3-8 3-5 9, Robertson 0-2 3-3 3, Thomas' 7-11 0-0 16, Nooner 1-3 0-0 2, Gregory 9-13 3-5 21, Jan-Isse 0-1 2-2 2, McGrath 0-0 04 0, Martin l-l 04 2, Chenowlth 5-10 2-4 12. Totals 35-71 30-41 102. r Half time-Kansas 39, Emporia St. 30. Three-point goals-Emporia St. 6-18 (Forbes 4-8, King 1-3, ' Butler 1-3, Tanner 0-1, Muhammad 0-3), Kansas 2-10 j (Thomas 2-6, Bradford 0-1, Robertson 0-1, Nooner 0- . I, Gregory 0-1). Feuled eut-DuCree. Rebounds- ,j Emporia St. 36 (Dos Santos 7), Kansas 51 (Chenowlth 12). Assists-Emporia St. 8 (Butler 3), ,j Kansas 22 (McGrath, Robertson 5). Total fouls-Emporia St. 25, Kansas 10. A-14,800. North Carolina St. 71, ?; No. 22 Georgia Tech 69 (OT): C.C. Harrison hit a running 14-w footer as time ran out in over-'ii time, giving the Wolfpack (4-2) a,, victory against the Yellow Jackets (4-l)in Atlanta. 'j NORTH CAROLINA STATE (4-2) - Inge 1-3 0-2 2,., Kelley 8-16 0-2 16, Benjamin 5-11 2-5 15, Gainey 2-4 2- i. 2 6, Harrison 7-15 8-10 25, Miller 1-3 0-0 3, Wells 1-4 2- M 2 4, Williams 0-0 04 0. Totals 25-56 14-23 71. GEORGIA TECH (4-1) - Harpring 7-19 8-10 24,.,-, Maddox 4-13 04 10, Jones 0-2 54 5, Glover 9-19 3-3 22, Spivey 1-3 0-2 3, Machado 0-1 0-0 0, Floyd 2-4 04 5, Vines 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 23-64 16-21 69. Half time-N.C. State 34, Georgia Tech 25. End of " regulation-N.C. State 64, Georgia Tech 64. Three- f point goals N.C. State 7-13 (Benjamin 3-4, Harrison' , 3-6, Miller 1-3), Georgia Tech 7-25 (Maddox 2-6, Harpring 2-7, Spivey 1-2, Floyd 1-3, Glover 1-5, Vines 0-2). Fouled out-Inge. Rebounds-N.C. State 1 ' 36 (Kelley 10), Georgia Tech 44 (Harpring 14). As-'. sists-N.C. State 13 (Benjamin 6), Georgia Tech 14' (Spivey 5). Total fouls-N.C. State 19, Georgia Tech 17. A-8,513. STATE B Stetson 69, Bethune-,, Cookman 64: Willie Robertson had a career-high 19 points and Jeff Warbritton grabbed a career-"? high 13 rebounds as the Hatters 3 (2-3) defeated the Wildcats (0-4) J in Deland. BETHUNE-COOKMAN (0-4) - Lockwood 5-9 0-1 13, Allen 1-2 1-2 3, Seymour 1-2 04 2, McClenton 8-14 2-6 18, Galloway 0-1 1-2 1, Bryant 0-0 0-0 0, Harrell 3-8 0-2 7, Moore 1-4 2-2 4, Ned 0-3 2-2 2, D. Thomas 2-4 0-2 4, T. Thomas 3-6 2-3 8, Dukes 1-6 0-0 2. Totals 25-59 10-22 64. STETSON (2-3) - Lambert 3-8 1-2 7, Robertson 5-7 5-7 19, Hoffert 3-5 2-3 8, Haynes 2-4 4-6 8, Miller 0-3 2- 2 2, Watts 0-2 3-5 3, Davis 3-5 0-1 6, Johnson 0-4 0-2 0, " Warbritton 54 6-11 16. Totals 21-46 23-39 69. Half time Stetson 41, Bethune-Cookman 36. Three-point goals-Bethune Cookman 4-22 (Lock- J wood 3-5, Allen 0-1, McClenton 0-3, Harrell 1-6, ? Moore 0-1, Ned 0-2, Dukes 0-4), Stetson 4-13 (Rob-5 ertson 4-6, Haynes 0-1, miller 0-3, Watts 0-1, Davis 0- 1, Johnson 0-1.) Fouled out Ned. Rebounds"" Bethune-Cookman 32 (O. Thomas, Ned 5) Stetson 44 (Warbritton 13). Asslsts-Bethune-Cookman 15. (Galloway 5), Stetson 13 (Miller 4), Total fouls-Be- a thune-Cookman 26, Stetson 22. Technlcals-Bethune k Cookman, bench. 1,728. LATE WEDNESDAY I B No. 7 Kentucky 89, No. 6 Purdue 75: Nazr Mohammed scored a career-high 19 points as the Wildcats (5-1) defeated the Boilermakers (5-2) at Chicagd. PURDUE (5-2) - Cornell 2-4 1-2 6, Cardinal 3-10 5-6 12, Miller 4-9 2-3 10, Austin 8-18 4-6 24, Eldrldge 2-8 2-2 8, McQuay 1-5 0-1 3, Mayfleld 0-0 0-0 0, Robinson 5-10 2-3 12, Barnes 0-0 04 0, Kerkhof 0-0 04 0. Totals 25-64 16-23 75. KENTUCKY (5-1) - Edwards 2-5 4-6 9, Padgett 4-II 04 10, Magloire 2-4 2-5 6, Turner 6-13 2-3 14, Shep-pard 4-9 2-4 II, Evans 2-7 2-2 7, Mohammed 8-10 3-4 19, Mills 0-1 2-2 2, Smith 1-1 1-2 4, Anthonv l-l 0-0 3, Hogan 1-1 1-2 4, Bradley 04 0-0 0. Totals 31-63 19-30 89. I Half time-Kentucky 42, Purdue 37. Three-point I goais-rurdue v-li (Austin 4-9, Eldrldge 2-4, Cornell 1-2, McQuay 1-2, Cardinal 1-3, Miller 0-1, Robin son 0-2), Kentucky 8-16 (Padgett 2-4, Smith 1-1, ' Anthony 1-1, Hogan 1-1, Sheppard 1-2, Evans 1-2, 1 Edwards 1-3, Turner 0-1, Mills 0-1). Fouled out-Ed- ' wards. Rebounds-Purdue 37 (Miller 14), Kentucky , 38 (Padgett 9). Asslsts-Purdue 16 (Cardinal 5), Kentucky 22 (Turner 8). Total fouls-Purdue 19, ( Kentucky ll. A iv,. WOMEN'S TOP 25 B No. 7 North Carolina 90, Wake Forest 59: Tracy Reid scored 26 points and pulled down a game-high 11 rebounds to lead the Tar Heels (5-1) over the Demon Deacons (2-5) in Winston-Salem. N.C. B No. 20 Arkansas 69, Louisville 57: Sytia Messer scored seven of Arkansas last nine! points over the final 1:23 as thel Lady Razorbacks (7-0) beat the Lady Cardinals (2-3) in Louisville, Ky. ; BNo. 24 Washington 77, Montana St. 59: Jamie ReddS scored 24 points and tied a school record with six three-pointers as J the Hushes (4-0) defeated Mon-" tana State (2-3) in Seattle. LATE WEDNESDAY 3 B No. 5 Vanderbilt 63, Mich-3 l?an St. 5l! Mpttip RpcnnnrloLl scored 18 points to lead thej Commodores (5-0) over the Spar-J tans (3-2) in Nashville. B No. 18 Auburn 73, Ala-; bama-Birmingham 50: Tiffany Krantz scored 15 points and the Tigers (4-0) beat the Lady Blaz-$ ers (0-3) in Birmingham. J ;H xa on i , Trinity Christian, Summit Social to The Palm Beach Post : POMPANO BEACH Jeremiah Johnson had 18 points and five rebounds to lead Trinity Christian to a 74-43 victory against Berean Christian in the Highlands Boys Basketball Tournament. IEREAN CHRISTIAN (1-5) - Recker 3 3-4 9, DeV-has 3 1-5 8, Abalos 31-17, Green 1 04 2, Castro 4 0-2 15, Pazonski 1 04 2. Totals 17 5-17 43. TRINITY CHRISTIAN (2-5) - Johnson 7 44 18, Hernandez 4 0-2 8, Brown 3 04 6, Wesson 8 1-2 17, Schwenk 2 0-0 4, Burns 2 0-2 4, Isokangai 4 0-0 9, Briggs 3 2-3 8. Totals 31 7-14 74. Berean Christian Trinity Christian 4 15 7 15-43 21 18 11 24-74 Three-point goals: BC -Castro 3, DeVries. TC-Isdkangas. - Fort Lauderdale University 72, Glades Day 64: Joe Waesco led the Suns with 20 points and Eric Sadkin added 13 points. UNIVERSITY (5-3) - Waesco 6 6-8 20, Sadkin 4 3-5 13, -Howard 2 0-2 6, Rappaport 1 0-0 2, Piotrkawski J . Glades Central, 0, 2 6 Updates For high school football updates, call 820-451 1 and enter category 351 1. Then, enter the two-digit code of the game of your choice. Steve Dorsey and Joe Capozzl Pope John hope to move on Resultsschedule By Steve Dorsey Palm Beach Post Staff Writer i BELLE GLADE If you put much stock in history, Glades Central should be favored to win tonight's football game against Tampa-Robinson in the Class 4A regional semifinals. Glades Central has compiled a 165-5 regular-season record the Football Robinson certainly does not share the same kind of successful history as Glades Central, but the Knights reached tonight's game by beating, ironically, two of the teams that have stopped the Raiders in the playoffs in recent years Bartow in the first round and Haines City last week. "They're good," Watson said of the 11-1 Knights. "They beat a good Bartow team at Bartow, so they're no slouch." Neither, of course, is unbeaten Glades Central, which so far in the playoffs has lived up to its No. 1 ranking in the state poll. The Raiders crushed unranked Key West 63-6 in the first round and beat No. 4-ranked Palmetto 17-14 last week on the road. Pope John Paul, meanwhile, the only team remaining in the state playoffs with a below-.500 record, travels to Avon Park for a Class 3A regional semifinal. Pope John Paul (5-7) trounced Melbourne Central Catholic 44-14 in the first round, then Fort Lauderdale-Pine Crest 27-24 last week in the quarterfinals. "They're having a blast," Pope John Paul coach Terry Gough said of his underdog team. The Eagles already have exceeded all expectations, so tonight's game is like eating dessert. The Eagles don't care if they're underdogs. They've been here. "That's kind of a nice position to be in," Gough said.f'There's no pressure on us." Boys basketball Thursday's results Fort Lauderdale University 72, Glades Day M Trinity Christian 74, Berean Christian 43 John Carroll 64, Benjamin 61 Summit Christian 59, Sheridan Hills 47 R.J. Hendley 113, Calusa39 St. Edward's at Sebastian River, ONR Lincoln Park at South Fork, DNR Avon Park at Clewiston, DNR Today's games All flames at 7:30 p.m. unless noted John I. Leonard at Santaluces Atlantic at Wellington Suncoast at Cardinal Newman Lee College tournament (Jupiter Christian) Pope John Paul at St. Andrew's Forest Hill at Royal Palm Beach Highlands Christian tournament (King's Academy) Broward Tip Off (R.J. Hendley) Port St Lucie at Fort Pierce Westwood Palm Beach Gardens at Fort Pierce Central Vero Beach at Martin County William T. Dwyer at Okeechobee Pahokee at clewiston Girls basketball Thursday's results John Carroll 62, Moore Haven 26 St. Edward's 34, Merritt Island Christian 29 Jupiter 50, Fort Pierce Central 45 Palm Beach Lakes 59, Santaluces 52 Pahokee 63, Cardinal Newman 41 Lake Worth Christian 36, Sheridan Hills 31 Port St Lucie 52, South Fork 36 Lake Worth 52, Spanish River 45 (OT) Suncoast 69, Pope John Paul 33 Wellington 61, John I. Leonard 37 Palm Beach Gardens 56, W.T Dwyer 3) King's Academy 58, Zion Lutheran 26 Forest Hill 32, Fort Pierce Westwood 30 Fort Myers-Bishop Verot 43, Clewiston 36 Glades Central 64, Royal Palm Beach 17 Jupiter Christian 42, Mount Paren (Ga ) 35 Olympic Heights 51, Deerfield Beach 45 p3st seven years a winning percentage of .929. This is the secth time in seven years the Raiders have made the playoffs, where they are 9-5. J Robinson made the playoffs this season for the fifst time in 20 years and is making only its fifth playoff appearance in 34 years. Glades Central has won two state titles, Robinson none. '3 Forget trying to sell any of this to Glades Central coach Milton Watson, and for good reason. The regional semifinals have been a huge roadblock this decade for Glades Central, which has not lcfct more than two games in a season since 1990. ;! Glades Central has reached this point of the playoffs four times in the past six years and lost three times. Haines City defeated the Raiders in 1991, Rockletlge beat them in 1994 and Bartow stopped tfieir state championship hopes last year en route to winning the Class 4A state title. "We've been here before, and this is kind of our hump jj&me," WatsonfSaid Thursday.

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