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4C THE PALM BEACH POST SATURDAY. DECEMBER 6, 1997 c High schools Wellington tops Atlantic 74-36 1 Basketball Resultsschedule Football Friday's results Regional semifinals Class 4A Lake City Colombia 24, Bradenton Southeast 0 Miami Carol City 21, Miramar Miami Southridge 22, Plantation 7 Palm Bay 21, Niceville 24 Class SA Osceola 24, Jacksonville Ed White 17 St. Petersburg Northeast 37, South Broward "tl-St Thomas 25, Lakeland 22 Rutherford 31, Merritt Island 0 Class 4A - Glades Central IS, Tampa Robinson 16 Madison County 42, North Marion 14 Raines 20. Eastside 17 Rockledge 38, Miami Pace ' : Class 3A , . Avon Parli 34, Pope John Paul 7 ., , Perry Taylor County 41, Bolles 14 t, Trinity Christian 42, Union County 21 Clewiston 28, Pahokee 15 t ''Class 2A i Chief land 47, Northwest Christian 20 Graceville 16, Tallahassee North Florida "Christian 14 - " Lafayette 28. Baker 22 Moore Haven 20, Lake Highland Prep 13 Football summaries " Moore Haven 20, - Lake Highland Prep 13 5) Three-point goals: JIL-Dominguez 2, Tripp, Turkustani, Brooms. S-Banks, Lawson. JV: John I. Leonard won. R.J. Hendley 57, Upper Room 56: Marcus Ivy made the last of three free-throw attempts at the end of the game to give R.J. Hendley the victory at the Broward Tipoff. Jermaine Conaway scored 18 points for Hendley. UPPER ROOM - Jawyer 4 3-8 6, Livingston 2 1-1 6, Armstead 7 2-2 16, Twitty 4 0-0 8, Black I 0-0 2, Edward 0 0-0 0, Doriska 0 2-2 2, Shremer 0 0-0 0, Clinton 5 4-4 14. Totals 33 11-17 56. R.J, HENDLEY (4-1) - Ivy 2 1-4 8, Gibson 0 0-0 0, Chavers 5 0-3 10, Newby 7 2-3 16, Morris 3 0-0 6, Smith 0 0-0 0, O'Sullivan 0 0-0 0, Montgomery 2 0-0 2, Richardson 0 0-0 0, Conaway 6 6-7 18, Armaly 0 0-0 0. Totals 33 8-17 57. By Jorge Hermida Special to the Palm Beach Post WELLINGTON The Wolverines held Atlantic to four points in the first quarter as Wellington rolled over the Eagles 74-36 Friday night in a high school boys basketball game. Wolverines forward Ryan Wit-kowski led three other players in double figures with 18 points. Forward Gerrick Morris added 12 points and eight rebounds for the Wolverines (5-1). Wellington opened the scoring with the first 11 points of the game. The Eagles went on a nine-point run early in the second quarter to cut the lead to six. But the Wolverines outscored the Eagles on a 24-point run and never looked back. "Our defense is playing much better," Wolverines coach Jay Mc-Cormick said. "We've got to keep trapping. Not to steal but to corral. We need to make better fouls." Atlantic was held to three points in the fourth quarter. ATLANTIC (1-3) - Canton 0 0-0 0, TrasK 0 0-0 0, Czecholinskl 0 0-0 0, Price 1 1-2 4, Jones 0 0-0 0, Wells 0 0-0 0, Lormeus 0 0-0 0, Delva 0 0-0 0, Kessler 2 0-0 4, Rebecca 4 0-1 9, Robinson 2 7-9 II, Dievveville 0 0-0 0, Jean 30-0 6, Dilley I 0-2 2. Totals 131-14 36. WELLINGTON (5-1) - Stone I 3-4 S, Stechschulte 1 2-2 4, Kershaw I 4-6 6, Morris 4 4-6 12, Witkowski 7 4-9 18, Paige 3 0-0 6, Pastrana 0 0-0 0, Feranec I 0-4 2, Manuel S 2-2 13, McPherson 3 0-0 7, Bolinder 0 1-3 1, Beuttenmuller 0 0-0 0. Totals 26 20-36 74. "First downs .flushing yardage Passing yardage " Passes .fumbles-lost Punts (No.-Avg.) Yards penalized MH LH 17 16 51 272 32 128 0 130 0-1-0 9-21-0 2-2 0-0 2-35 2 41.3 8-65 9-70 8 6 - 20 0 7 - 13 18 10 14 14-56 10 21 11 15-57 Upper Room R.J. Hendley J (Moore Haven - yL. Highland - . - - Y -t Three-point goals-UR: Armstead 4, Livingston. R JH: Ivy. Fouled out-UR: Clinton, H: Morris. Cardinal Newman 66, Suncoast 55: Abram Elam had 15 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Crusaders (6-1) over the Chargers (3-2). SUNCOAST (3-2) - Dyer 1 0-1 2, Emerson 2 0-0 4, Scott 3 0-16, Patterson 0 1-2 1, Sewer 8 4-8 20, Napier 2 1-4 5, Knowles I 2-2 4, Robinson 5 34 13. Totals 22 11-26 55. CARDINAL NEWMAN (6-1) - Moses 4 4-4 13, Znavor 1 0-0 2, Collucci 6 0-2 14, Banks 5 1-2 11, Elam 5 54 15, McKenzie 4 0-1 1, Beuttenmuller 1 1-2 3 Totals 26 11-17 66. .4 MH Adderty 5 run (run failed) 4. LH Sand 23 FG LH Sand 42 FG MH Lewis 40 run (G. Coke run) MH Adderly 15 run (run failed) . lh Murbin 4 pass from Zara (Sand kick) LEADERS ' RUSHING MH: Adderly 13-87; LH: WcMillion 9-54. PASSING MH Lewis 0-1 -0, 0 yds; LH: '2ara9-210. 130 yds. . RECEIVING MH: NA; LH: Proell 2-43. RICHARD GRAULICHStaff Photographer Glades Central 35, Tampa Robinson 16 Suncoast IS 14 13 13-55 Cardinal Newman 21 15 17 13-66 Three-point goals:C-Collucci 2, Moses. Fouled out:C Beuttenmuller. GIRLS BASKETBALL 4 II 7 7-36 17 24 24 9- 74 Atlantic Wellington Pahokee QB Anquan Boldin (6) fumbles as Clewiston's Thenus Franklin chases him during the first half of Clewiston's 28-15 Class 3A regional semifinal victory Friday night. Late TDs lift Clewiston TR GC 12 18 31-222 32 219 51 164 4-9-013-21-0 4-2 1-1 5-25.0 3-38.3 3-30 6-51 First downs flushing yardage '- Passing yardage Passes j ! Fumbles-lost Punts (No.-Avg.) r'ards penalized Pope John Paul 49, St. Andrew's 35: Katie Hahl scored 12 points as the Eagles defeated the Scots at Boca Raton. POPE JOHN PAUL (9-4) - Hahl 6 0-0 12, Davis 1 0-0 2, Gubana 0 0-0 0, Carocca 2 1-2 5, Bliss 3 0-0 6, Parker 4 0-2 I, Beaver 5 1-2 II, Anderson 2 1-1 5, Taylor 0 0-0 0, Telesmanlc 0 0-0 0, Watklns 0 0-0 0. Totals 22 3-7 49. ST. ANDREW'S (44) - Patton 3 0-0 6, Chafir 1 0-2 2, Wilmoth 2 2-2 6, Segien 3 0-0 6, Dious 4 7-9 15, Wi-deross 0 0-0 0, Soderberg 0 0-0 0, Justin 0 0-0 0, De-trich 0 0-0 0, Rashdan 0 frO 0, Saranak 0 0-0 0. Totals 13 9-13 35. Robinson 16 0 0 0 8 6 14 7 - 16 - 33 -. f Class 3A football . TJ. Central Three-point goals: A-Price, Rebecca. V-AAa-nuel, McPherson. JV: Wellington 72-52. Pope John Paul 59, St. Andrew's 48: Rich Alexis had 21 points to lead the Eagles over the Scots. POPE JOHN PAUL - Alexis 7 4-6 21, StroblS 1 1-2 9, Frederick 0 0-0 0, Halaburda 0 0-0 0, Wilhide I 2-2 4, Croke 1 2-2 4, Hatfield 4 5-6 13, Hollingsworth 0 04 0, Senna 1 0-0 2, Schleter 0 0-0 0, Bassi 2 2-2 6, Richardson 0 0-0 0, Coleman 0 0-0 0. Totals 17 16 20 59. ST. ANDREW'S - Lynch 0 0-0 0, Solomito 4 0-0 6, Glassman 0 0-0 0, Lohmann 2 0-2 4, Farkas 0 0-0 0, Stenson 0 0-0 0, Johns 2 2-2 6, Barber 3 0-0 6, Kravit 0 0-0 0, Siemens 3 0-0 7, Nye 7 3-S 17, Sorine 0 0-0 0, Benstein 0 0-0 0. Totals 20 5-9 40. 10 17 13 9-49 4 15 18 4-35 Pope John Paul St. Andrew's , ; . TR Gilmore 7 run (Johnson run) ,' .' GC Banks 16 run (Banks 2 run) x TR Gilmore 56 run (Johnson run) ' GC Banks 2 run (run failed) GC Cooper 46 fumble return (Huertas - kick) . -; GC Banks 32 run (Huertas kick) ' GC Brown 13 run (Huertas kick) LEADERS "I.-, RUSHING TR: Gilmore 21-174; GC: Banks 16-120. PASSING TR: Wright 4-9-0, 51 yds.; " GC: Banks 13-21-0, 164 yds. RECEIVING TR: Allison 4-51; GC: Walker 4-55. 9 21 13 16-59 9 II 6 15-41 Pope John Paul St. Andrew's Palm Beach Gardens 56, Fort Pierce Central 49: Center Alhprt Dawson srorpd 14 noints By Joe Capozzi Palm Beach Post Staff Writer CLEWISTON The Clewiston Tigers woke up in the fourth quarter Friday night and stormed past the Pahokee Blue Devils for a 28-15 playoff victory before 4,000 people at Cane Field. Quarterback Josh Polhill sealed the Tigers' berth in next week's Class 3A regional final game against Avon Park with a 20-yard pass into the end zone that sophomore receiver Eric Green caught on the run with nine minutes left. The touchdown, Clewiston's first score since Carlton Banks' 46-yard touchdown run early in the second quarter, gave the Tigers a 20-15 lead after they had trailed at half time by one point. "I'm numb, I'm speechless," Clewiston coach Al Morrell said as fireworks filled the sky after the clock ran out. "It's hard to explain how we won. It was too close, and I have a headache now and I have to find my wife for some aspirin." Morrell's headache was justified. Pahokee, which had dominated the early game by controlling the ball for most of the first half, still had a chance for a comeback. But Clewiston linebacker An towan Cain killed the Blue Devils' last significant drive with a rare interception of quarterback Anquan Boldin with 3 minutes left. and made nine rebounds as the Gators defeated the Cobras. PALM BEACH GARDENS (1-2) - Axelrod 0 0-0 0, Arbogast 0 0-0 0, Shemwell I 3-4 S, Jackson 3 0-5 7, Murray 2 4-4 8, Watson 4 0-0 I, Caldwell 4 0-0 8, tin 10-0 3, Arnold 1 1-2 3, Burns 00-0 0, Dawson 5 4-9 14. Totals 21 12-24 56. FORT PIERCE CENTRAL (2-2) - Zann 4 3-5 11, Sheffield 0 00 0, Burgess 1 0-0 2, Batchelor I 0-0 2, Avon Park 34, Pope John Paul 7 Three-point goals: P-Alexis,Strobis 2; S Siemens. Highlands Christian 62, Lake Worth Christian 54: Mike Shaw scored 15 points and Karl Ruff scored 10 points to lift Highlands Christian. LAKE WORTH CRISTIAN (24) - Marilak 0 0-0 0, R.ASmith 3 1-2 I, Boot I 0-0 3, Scahans 5 0-0 13, B. Smith 10 0-0 20, Johnson 0 0-0 0, St. Bernard 0 0-0 0, Harden 3 0-0 6, Quinones 2 0-4 4. Totals 24 1-6 54. HIGHLANDS CHRISTIAN (3-2) - Banta 4 3-7 II, Glbsin 5 0-111, Still 1 2-3 4, Shaw S 3-6 15, Kumriti 1 2-2 4, Moore 2 3-6 7, Rut 1 1-10 10, Rashed 0 0-0 0, Adams 0 0-0 0, R ichardson 0 0-0 0. Totals 19 21-35 62. "That's it, baby! Let's get ready for those guys over in Avon Park!" Cain said. Clewiston scored first on the second play of the game when Cecil Stone scored his first of two touchdowns on a 51-yard run. Pahokee's Victor Rodriguez kicked a 16-yard filed goal to cap a 14-plat drive that took seven minutes. The quarter expired as the Blue Devils defense stopped the Tigers at their own 33 yard line on four solo tackles. On Pahokee's next possession, Boldin capped a six-play drive with a 4-yard touchdown run. Rodriguez's PAT was blocked but the Blue Devils led 9-7. Carlton Banks ran for a 46-yard touchdown on the Tigers' second play but Boldin again ate away the clock by chipping his way down the field with short runs and passes until he dove over a pile for a 4-yard touchdown to end the half. Avon Park 34, Pope John Paul 7: The Eagles (5-8) were outgained 292-80 in total yards in losing to the Red Devils (12-2) in Avon Park. "It was fun while it lasted," Pope John Paul coach Terry Gough said. "We've got a lot coming back next year. We've got a lot to build on." Merricks 5 2-5 13, Patrick 0 1-4 1, Dickens 1 0-0 2. Totals 20 7-16 49 4 12 23 7 10- 56 10 13 14 7 3-49 Palm Beach Gardens Fort Pierce Central PJP AP First downs 4 17 flushing yardage 20-9 57-249 passing yardage 72 43 Passes 7-17-1 3-7-0 Fumbles-lost 5-28.0 4-27.0 Punts (No.-Avg.) 5-38 4-50 Yards penalized 1-0 1-1 PJ Paul 0 7 0 0 - 7 Avon Park 7 14 0 13 - 34 1 19 10 22- 54 14 17 13 11-62 Lake Worth Christian Highlands Christian Three-point goals: P-Jackson, Gutin; F-Adams, Merricks. Three-point goals: L R.Smith, Boot, Scahans 3; H-Shaw 2, Gibson. Fouled out: L-R. Smith, Johnson, Quinones. H Forest Hill 55, Royal Palm Beach 27: Marc Julian had 19 points to lead the Falcons (1-1) over the Wildcats (0-4). Howard Osborne had 10 points for the Wildcats. FOREST HILL (1-1) - Gordon 2 1-4 5, Concepcion 1 0-0 2, St. Preux 8 0-0 17, Julian 8 3-5 19, Rahming 3 0-1 6, Kalio 2 0-0 4. Totals 24 4-10 55. ROYAL PALM BEACH (0-4) - Bullard 1 0-0 2, Garcia 1 0-0 2, Goudran 1 0-0 2, Paige I 0-3 2, Nusser 1 0-0 3, Smelser 2 0-0 4, Jones 0 2-2 2, Osborne 5 0-0 10. Totals 12 2-5 27. Fort Lauderdale Christian 52, Glades Day 32: Alicia Schaper had 12 points and 11 rebounds and Carmen Paez had seven rebounds but the Gators lost at the Fort Lauderdale Christian Tournament. FORT LAUDERDALE CHRISTIAN (6-1) - Balkie 3 0-0 6, Johnson 4 3-4 II, Monroe 2 3-5 7, Young 1 0-0 2, Williams II 4-5 26. Totals 21 10-16 52. GLADES DAY (44) - Fabelo 0-0-0, Brown 2 0-0 4, Schaper 5 1-3 12, Lockhart I 1-2 3, Humphries 0 0-0 0, Curtiss 3 0-06, Paez 3 1-3 7 Totals 14 3-1 32. Glades Central dominates 35-16 .. .. AP Jones 3 run (Hernandez kick) AP Brown 1 run (Hernandez kick) ,. ,, .AP Jones 5 run (Hernandez kick) PJP Frederick 26 pass from Neddeff (Whitworth kick) AP Crawford 3 run (kick failed) . ,. AP Brown 10 run (Hernandez kick) ,",',, LEADERS ,.;. RUSHING PJP: Coleman 7-20; AP: - Jones 21-1 14. PASSING PJP: Neddeff 7-16-1, 72 C 'jfa- P: Gilbert 3-6-0, 43 yds. RECEIVING PJP: Frederick 4-31; AP: . Jones 3-43. l.,..u V, Clewiston 28, l Pahokee 15 Class 4A football I 4 13 7-32 16 I 15 13-52 Glades Day Fort Lauderdale Christian 10 4 19 20-55 7 10 2 6-27 Forest Hill Royal Palm Beach PAH CLEW 12 6 33-48 27-142 175 81 13 24-1 6-8 0 1-0 1-0 5-40 4-24 4-40 7-25 -,!,Pirst downs .- Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes ,'. -Fumbles-lost Punts (No.-Avg.) "rlVards penalized 'Pahokee tn-.Clewiston Three-point goals: FH-St. Preux; RPB-Nusser. JV: Royal Palm Beach 53-47. Olympic Heights 67, Jupiter 49: Max Philisaire had eight points and 11 rebounds to lift the Lions to their first victory. JUPITER (3-2) - Basqulll 0 2-4 2, Robinson 2 0-0 6, Richardson I 2-4 4, Krizka 3 2-3 8, Hilley 0 0-2 0, Schmidt 0 1-2 I, Moore 6 1-3 17, Dobbs 0 1-4 1, Laurent 1 0-0 2, Schweitzer 3 2-2 8, Steele 0 0-5 0. Totals 16 11-29 49. OLYMPIC HEIGHTS (1-5) - Worthington 0 12-14 12, Morres 0 4-4 4, Philisaire 3 2-5 8, Schalfer 0 0-0 0, Davis 3 1-2 9, Mooney 1 0-0 2, Ferguson 5 0-2 11, Sandoval 2 0-0 5, Philosophos 1 1-2 3, DeLaura 1 2-2 4, Chlotfe I 3-4 5, Holman 1 2-2 4. Totals 18 27-37 67. Three-point goals: G-Schaper. Fouled out: G-Brown, Lockhart. Vero Beach 58, Palm Beach Lakes 51: Sophomore JoAnn Noriega led the Indians with 29 points, seven assists and eight rebounds. Angie Humphrey added 13 points and 11 rebounds for Vero Beach. PALM BEACH LAKES - Dana Solomon 4 0-0 II, Williams 0 0-0 0, Kirkland 0 0-0 0, Griffin 9 0-0 19, Washington 6 3-5 15, Groover 2 0-0 4, Danielle Solomon 1 0-0 2. Totals 22 3-5 51. VERO BEACH (7-3) - Hopkins 0 0-0 0, Pomar 2 0-04, Rothy 1 0-0 2, Davis 0 0-1 0, Wyatt0 0-O0, Fletcher 1 1-2 3, Lumpkins 2 3-6 7, Humprey 5 3-15 13, Noriega 9 9-13 29. Totals 20 16-36 51. 3 12 0 0 7 7 0 14 IS 28 3 18 11 18-49 13 22 17 15 -47 Jupiter Olympic Heights By Steve Dorsey Palm Beach Post Staff Writer BELLE GLADE Glades Central's Legion of Doom defense has been the team's hallmark most of this season, but Brad Banks proved Friday night that the Raiders also have a pretty fair offense. Banks, the Raiders' highly touted senior quarterback, amassed 284 yards of total offense to lead Glades Central to a 35-16 victory against Tampa-Robinson in the semifinals of the Class 4A regional playoffs in front of a standing-room-only crowd at Glades Central. The win improves Glades Central, the No. 1-ranked team in the Class 4A state poll, to 13-0 and sets up a showdown against Rockledge for the southern regional title Friday night in Belle Glade. Rockledge beat Glades Central three years ago in the regional playoffs. The Raiders had lost three regional semifinal games in the past six years before winning Friday. "We got over a huge hump, a big hill," said Banks, who completed 13-of-21 passes for 164 yards and rushed 16 times for 120 yards and three TDs. "What more can you say about Brad Banks?" Glades Central coach Milton Watson said. "We told him to make good decisions and he did just that." Banks' stellar play was matched only by Robinson senior running back Zain Gilmore, who rushed for a game-high 174 yards on 21 carries, including a 56-yard touchdown run late in the first quarter that gave Robinson a 16-8 lead. Gilmore is only the second running back to rush for more than 100 yards against Glades Central's defense. "Every time he touched the ball, I cringed," Watson said of Gilmore. Despite allowing Gilmore to rush for the most yards it has allowed an opposing running back this season, Glades Central's defense came up with a key play late in the third quarter that swung the momentum to the Raiders' side. Robinson (11-2) had just stopped Glades Central deep in its territory when the Knights recorded their second sack of Banks that forced the Raiders to punt. Robinson received the punt and had good field position at Glades Central's 47-yard line. That's when sophomore defensive lineman San-tonio Thomas tackled Gilmore behind the line of scrimmage, causing Gilmore to fumble. Sophomore defensive back Utwon Cooper returned the fumble 46 yards for a touchdown with 1:50 remaining in the third quarter. Jorge Huertas kicked the third of his five PATs to give Glades Central a 21-16 lead, the Raiders' first of the game. "I thought at that point, we took control of the game," Watson said. Glades Central extended its lead to 28-16 on its next possession when Banks ran 32 yards up the middle for a touchdown. Senior linebacker Leslie Straker led Glades Central's defense with 11 tackles. Cooper and Thomas each had eight tackles and caused a fumble. I: .. C Stone 51 run (Stone kick) , . .- P Rodriguez 16 FG P Boldin 4 run (kick blocked) . C Banks 47 run (Stone kick) P Boldin 4 run (run failed) C Green 20 pass from Polhill (Banks -,run) , C Stone 4 run (run failed) ,Y" LEADERS -,,, , RUSHING P: Hendnx 5-19; C: Stone 7- 84. ": " PASSING P: Boldin 13-24-1, 175 yds ; ;;;C; Polhill 6-8-0, 78 yds. RECEIVING P:Snead 6-100; C:Stone 3-35 Palm Beach Lakes Vero Beach 21 4 17 9-51 12 17 13 14-58 Three-point goals: J-Moore 4, Robinson 2; OH-Davis 2, Ferguson, Sandoval. JV: Olympic Heights 91-53. Santaluces 79, John I. Leonard 67: Omar Denson had 20 points, and Corey Banks, LJ. Smith and Erik Lawson each scored 13 points to lead the Chiefs over the Lancers. Calvin Tripp led Leonard with 14 points. JOHN I. LEONARD - Faust 4 0-0 8, Tripp 6 1-2 14, Verdejo 3 4-4 10, Turkustani 3 0-0 7, Laster 0 3-4 X Chan 0 2-2 2, Brooms 1 2-2 5, Sanders 4 0-0 8, Domin-guei4 0-OIO. Totals 25 12-15 67. SANTALUCES (2-2) - Banks 5 2-3 13, Kerrigan 0 0-1 0, Denson 8 4-7 20, Smith 6 1-2 13, Lawson 6 0-0 13, Strapp 4 1-4 9, Brushingham 1 0-0 2, Boxill 3 1-2 7, Wright 0 2-2 2. Totals 33 11-21 79. Three-point goals: PBL: Dana Solomon 3, Gritfin. VB: Noriega 2. Fouled out: PBL: Griffin, Washington. JV: Palm Beach Lakes 31-30. Stranahan 44, Boca Raton 39: Megali Merat scored 11 points but the Bobcats (6-7) lost to the Dragons. STRANAHAN - Glenn 2 54 II, Tucker 5 3-5 IS, McDufte 3 5-7 II, Fortin I 0-0 2, Jean-Pierre 1 3-6 4. Totals 12 16-26 44. BOCA RATON (6-7) - Shuman 1 1-2 3, Stegman 1 2-2 4, Jackson 1 0-0 2, Bellisarl I 0-0 2, Newry 0 3-4 3, Paetkovic 3 1-2 7, Reed 0 1-4 1, Anderson 3 0-0 6, Merat 3 5-5 11. Totals 13 13-19 39 j Boys basketball Stranahan Boca Raton 7 14 10 13-44 8 9 12 10-39 II 12 21 23-67 21 25 24 9- 79 John I. Leonard Santaluces Three-point goals: S-Glenn 2, Tucker 2. Fouled out: Jean-Pierre. JV: Boca Raton 32-31 (OT). Friday's results Santaluces 79, John I, Leonard 67 'Vero Beach 62, Martin County 52 Port St. Lucie 56, Fort Pierce Westwood 47 Wellington 74, Atlantic 36 "Forest Hill 55, Royal Palm Beach 27 R.J. Hendley 57, Upper Room Christian 56 Highland Christian 62, Lake Worth Christian 54 Olympic Heights 67, Jupiter 49 Cardinal Newman 66, Suncoast 55 Today's games All games at 7:30 p.m. unless noted , St. Edward's at Moore Haven, 7 pm, John I. Leonard at Palm Beach Lakes .Benjamin at Fort Lauderdale-Pine Crest . Martin County at Wellington ji.Lee College tournament (Jupiter Christian) Highlands Christian tournament (King's Academy) Broward Tip Off (R.J. Hendley) Jupiter at Olympic Heights Palm Beach Gardens at Suncoast ' Port St. Lucie at South Fork ' Fort Pierce Westwood at Okeechobee William T, Dwyer at Fort Myers Suncoast boys soccer coach suspended for undisclosed reasons Soccer Girls basketball Friday's results - Fort Lauderdale Christian 52, Glades Day 32 ,-Vero Beach 58, Palm Beach Lakes 51 Pope John Paul 49, St. Andrew's 35 - John Carroll 51, Port St. Lucie 46 Stranahan 44, Boca Raton 39 Today's games All games at 7:30 p.m. unless noted Vero Beach at Lake Worth, 3:30 p.m. Beniamin at Clewiston, 6 30 p m. Lincoln Park Academy at Fort Pierce Central, 7 p.m. Wellington at Martin County Palm Beach Gardens at Royal Palm Beach 'W.T. Dywer at Fort Myers Riverdale t nected to the suspension. "I have absolutely no knowledge of ever having committed any violation," Gelb said. Gelb also said he hadn't been officially notified of the suspension, but said he assumed the reason deals with the allegation. "They are questioning that someone drove to the game by himself. If someone did, and I 1 question that they did, it was without my knowledge. I have never done anything wrong at Suncoast High School or anywhere else." Gelb coached Suncoast to a 26-1-1 record last season. 0-1) in a tie against Jaguars (1-0-1) Port St. Lucie. Olympic Heights 2, Boca Raton 0: Brian Diaz and Ryan Hartnet scored for the Lions in a victory against the Bobcats in Boca Raton. Jupiter 6, William T. Dwyer 1: Israel Manzo scored three goals for the Warriors (2-0-1) in a victory against the Panthers (0-2) at Palm Beach Gardens. Forest Hill 2, Royal Palm Beach 0: Nelson Godoy had two goals, Andres Durango had two assists, and freshman Steve Jimenez had six saves for his first shutout as the Falcons (1-2) beat the Wildcats (0-3). Palm Beach Lakes 3, Lake Worth 1: Damian Hurge scored two goals and Francois Jackson scored one goal for the Rams (1-0-1) at Lake Worth. Lincoln Park Academy 2, Suncoast 0: Brian Paul and Carl the Defenders (0-2). Santaluces 3, Deerfield Beach 3: Kati Hyvarinen scored twice and Casi Debeck added a goal as the Chiefs (1-0-1) tied at home. Suncoast 2, Lincoln Park Academy 0: Sophomore Kimya Randolph and Allyssa Cunningham scored as the Chargers beat the Greyhounds. Jupiter 3, William T. Dwyer 0: Jessica Dunstan, Jessica Joy and Lisa Castro each scored one goal for the Warriors (2-0) at Palm Beach Gardens. Royal Palm Beach 6, Forest Hill 1: Loraine Daigle scored two goals for the Wildcats (1-1) at West Palm Beach. Palm Beach Lakes 1, Lake Worth 0: Freshman center forward Karina Dawn scored a goal for the Rams (1-1) late in the second half to defeat the Trojans (0-2). By Dani Davies Palm Beach Post Staff Writer Suncoast boys soccer coach Paul Gelb was suspended Wednesday for undisclosed reasons, according to Suncoast Athletic Director Jesus Armas. "There are some concerns that the principal thought we should investigate, so Gelb is suspended from coaching pending that investigation," Armas said. "It's nothing earth-shattering. It's just something we're looking into." Suncoast Principal Kay Carries was unavailable for comment. Gelb said Armas contacted him after Wednesday's soccer game against Pope John Paul concerning a parent's allegation that Gelb had knowledge that a Suncoast athlete drove himself to a soccer game, which violates school policy. . Armas, however, didn't confirm the alleged incident was con- Robinson each scored a goal for the Greyhounds (1-0-1) at Fort Pierce. GIRLS SOCCER B Wellington 2, Martin County 0: Ashley Snell and Ra-chael Phillips scored for the Wolverines (3-0) in a victory against the Tigers (1-1) at Wellington. BBoca Raton 1, Olympic Heights O: Jenn Kinbacher scored off an assist from Hailey Willson at 5:30 as the Bobcats (2-1) beat the Lions (1-1) at Boca Raton. BPalm Beach Gardens 4, Port St. Lucie 1: Jenny Aquino, Jessi Elvy, Anick L'Hcureux and Kelli Partridge each scored for the Gators (2-1). Benjamin 4, Lake Worth Christian 2: Junior striker Adi i-enne Buckman scored her first hat trick of the season for the Buccaneers (2-1) in the victory against f Boys soccer Friday's results Olympic Heights 2, Boca Raton 0 ?alm Beach Gardens 4, Port St, Lucie 4 Jupiter 6, W.T, Dwyer I Forest Hill 2, Royal Palm Beach 0 Santaluces 2, Deerfleld Beach 0 Palm Beach Lakes 3, Lake Worth I Girls soccer BOYS SOCCER . Friday's results - 4, Boca Raton I, Olympic Heights 0 , -( John Carroll 7, Cocoa Beach 1 '.', Wellington 2, Martin County 0 .. r . Suncoast 2, Lincoln Park Academy 0 Palm Beach Gardens 4, Port St, Lucie I Beniamin 4, Lake Worth Christian 2 . . Santaluces 3, Deerfield Beach 3 ' ' Jupiter 3, W.T. Dwyer 0 B Palm Beach Gardens 4, Port St. Lucie 4: Steven Arbu-zow and Keith Proctor each scored two goals for the Gators (0-

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