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Pine Crest volleyball stays unbeaten

 

Last week’s best performances

TEAM OF THE WEEK

University of Houston recruit John O’Korn threw for 164 yards and a touchdown and added 112 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns as the St. Thomas Aquinas football team, ranked No. 14 by Prep Nation, scored 21 unanswered points and rallied for a 38-28 victory over Miami Columbus in a nationally televised game.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Celeste Grimmett, Hollywood Christian, girls’ volleyball: Grimmett had 11 points and four kills in a four-set loss to Somerset.

Doug Schoeller, Chaminade, boys’ golf: Schoeller won medalist (35) as the Lions (178) finished second to Cypress Bay (151) in a tri-match.

Terrell Bonds, McArthur, football: Bonds threw three touchdowns in a 27-14 victory over West Broward.

Nicole Rosenberg, Pine Crest, girls’ volleyball: Rosenberg had 34 assists, seven aces and four digs in a victory over Sagemont.

Aryn Lee, Northeast, girls’ volleyball: Lee had 15 points and three aces in a victory over Plantation.

Gregory Hankerson, Boyd Anderson, football: Hankerson went 16 for 29 with 267 yards and two touchdowns and added a rushing touchdown in a 28-7 win over Dillard.

Emily Taylor and Lindsay Foreman, Calvary Christian, girls’ volleyball: Taylor had 25 assists, five aces and five kills and Foreman added 10 aces, 11 kills and six digs in a four-set victory over Highlands Christian.

Caleb Goldson, Everglades, football: Goldson went 12 for 22 with 147 yards and three touchdowns in a 20-5 victory over Cooper City.

Taylor Moody and Heather Netti. St. Thomas Aquinas, girls’ golf: Moody and Netti each shot 80 to place fourth and fifth, respectively, as the Raiders won the Lady Maverick Invitational.

Rashard Robinson, Blanche Ely, football: Robinson returned a punt 59 yards for a touchdown and caught a 34-yard touchdown pass to help the Tigers rally for a 37-14 victory over Stranahan.

Melissa Vandera and Brooke Wilder, Archbishop McCarthy, girls’ volleyball: Vandera had 18 points and four aces and Wilder added 30 points and four kills in a victory over Stranahan.

FABIAN LYON


The Pine Crest girls’ volleyball team is undefeated through the first two weeks of the season and doesn’t seem to slowing down anytime soon.

In lifting its record to 3-0 with a 25-19, 25-19, 28-26 victory over Palm Beach Central, the Panthers got 15 digs, eight kills and eight aces from Lauren Houle and five kills and three blocks from Jordyn Elliott.

MORE GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

•  Cardinal Gibbons d. Coral Springs Charter 25-10, 25-18, 17-25, 25-14: Shirley Bazua 7 kills, 2 blocks. Hannah Hillis 4 kills, 3 blocks, 3 digs, 12 service points, 5 aces.

•  Calvary Christian d. Kings Academy 25-21 25-12, 25-12: Emily Taylor 23 assists, 11 digs. Lindsay Foreman 14 kills 7 digs. CChr 2-1.

BOYS’ GOLF

•  University School 154, Chaminade 187: Jordan Gumberg (US) 35, Josh Mizels (US) 38, Joey Septoff (US), Doug Schoeller (CM) 39, Jared Barclay (US) 42, Willie Niessen, Joey Sheehan (CM) 47.

•  Pines Charter 123, Cooper City 202 (Flamingo Lakes Country Club): Nicholas Sacramento (PPC) 21, Simon Shubau (CCity) 23, Kyle Eckardt (CCity) 24, Sawyer Morgan (CCity) 24, Brett Merslich (CCity) 24, Beau (CCity) 25.

FOOTBALL POLL

The Associated Press Top 10 Florida football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, followed by records, rating points and previous rankings:

Class 8A

RecordPtsPrv
1. Plant (18)1-01801
2. Dr. Phillips1-01533
3. Fletcher1-0137T4
4. Miramar0-11072
5. Columbus0-1100T4
6. Lake Brantley1-0956
7. Cypress Bay1-0749
8. Seminole Ridge0-0528
9. Southridge1-04610
10. DeLand0-1127

•  Others receiving votes: Olympia 8, Sandalwood 8, East Lake 6, Palm Beach Gardens 4, Timber Creek 4, Hialeah 2, Miami Killian 1, Vero Beach 1.

Class 7A

RecordPtsPrv
1. Manatee (18)1-01801
2. Dwyer1-01502
3. St. Thomas1-01464
4. First Coast1-01273
5. Lakeland1-01045
6. Ft. Pierce Cent.1-0896
7. Countryside1-0628
8. Lincoln0-0439
9. Kissimmee Osceola1-03710
10. Oviedo1-019NR

•  Others receiving votes: Evans 10, Venice 6, Royal Palm Beach 4, Fleming Island 4, Boyd Anderson 4, Charlotte 3, East Ridge 1, Oakland Park Northeast 1.

Class 6A

RecordPtsPrv
1. Armwood (16)1-01782
2. Gainesville1-0147T3
3. Mainland (2)1-0137T3
4. Central0-11201
5. Columbia1-01075
6. Northwestern1-0877
7. Winter Haven1-0686
8. St. Augustine1-0529
9. Bartram Trail1-04210
10. Naples1-015NR

•  Others receiving votes: Palm Bay 7, Pine Forest 3, Largo 3, South Fort Myers 3, Belen Jesuit 3, Pace 2, Niceville 1.

Class 5A

RecordPtsPrv
1. Norland (15)1-01761
2. Immokalee (2)1-01643
3. Palmetto (1)1-01334
4. American Heritage1-01036
5. Pasco1-0975
6. Glades Central0-1922
7. Bishop Kenny1-0738
8. Wakulla1-04510
9. Jesuit0-1417
10. Robinson1-022NR

•  Others receiving votes: Godby 12, Miami Jackson 9, North Marion 8, Port Orange Atlantic 6, Lake Wales 5, Southeast 3, Hallandale 1.

Class 4A

RecordPtsPrv
1. Booker T. (18)1-01801
2. Bolles School1-01592
3. South Sumter1-01324
4. Cocoa0-11193
5. Dunbar1-055NR

• Others receiving votes: Jones 49, East Gadsden 12, Booker 7, Raines 7.

Class 3A

RecordPtsPrv
1. Del- Am. Hrtg(13)1-01741
2. Madison Cnty (2)1-01582
3. University (3)2-01533
4. Berkeley Prep1-01124
5. Cardinal Newman1-042NR

•  Others receiving votes: Chaminade-Madonna College Prep 37, Trinity Christian-Jacksonville 19, Tampa Catholic 7, Pensacola Catholic 6, Clearwater Central Catholic 6, Orlando The First Academy 6.

Class 2A

RecordPtsPrv
1. N. Fla. Chr. (17)1-01791
2. Glades Day (1)1-01622
3. Warner Christian1-01423
4. Admiral Farragut1-01094
5. Eagle’s View1-01015

•  Others receiving votes: Dade Christian 15, Florida Air Academy 6, University Christian 6.

Class 1A

RecordPtsPrv
1. Union County (16)1-01781
2. Northview1-01563
3. Trenton1-01344
4. Holmes County1-01145
5. Jefferson Cnty (2)0-11002

•  Others receiving votes: Chipley 32, Newberry 6.

WEDNESDAY’S SCHEDULE

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Miramar vs. Cypress Bay, 4:30

Flanagan vs. Everglades, 4:30

Hollywood Hills vs. Fort Lauderdale, 4:30

American Heritage vs. Hallandale, 4:30

South Plantation vs. Northeast, 4:30

Archbishop McCarthy vs. Pembroke Pines Charter, 4:30

Western vs. West Broward, 4:30

Miramar vs. Cypress Bay, 4:30

SWIMMING

Blanche Ely vs. Boyd Anderson, 4:30

Dillard vs. Boyd Anderson, 4:30

Cardinal Gibbons vs. Coral Springs (Coral Spr. Aquatic), 4:30

Northeast vs. Cypress Bay (Weston YMCA), 7

South Broward vs. Cypress Bay (Weston YMCA), 7

Coconut Creek vs. Deerfield Beach, 4:30

Coral Glades vs. Douglas (Coral Spr. Aquatic), 4:30

Miramar vs. Flanagan (Pembroke Falls YMCA), 4:30

South Plantation vs. Flanagan, 4:30

Hollywood Hills vs. Fort Lauderdale, 4:30

St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Fort Lauderdale, 4:30

Cooper City vs. Nova, 6

McArthur vs. Nova, 6

West Broward vs. Pembroke Pines Charter, 7

Pompano Beach vs. Pembroke Pines Charter, 7

Plantation vs. Stranahan, 4:30

Monarch vs. Stranahan, 4:30

BOYS’ GOLF

Pompano Beach vs. Northeast (Pomp Municipal), 3

Flanagan vs. West Broward (Bonaventure), 3

Nova vs. Western (Bonaventure), 3

GIRLS’ GOLF

Deerfield Beach vs. Douglas (Heron Bay), 3

Cypress Bay vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (FTL CC), 3

Pine Crest vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (FTL CC), 3

Flanagan vs. West Broward (Bonaventure), 3

Nova vs. Western (Davie CC), 3

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Boyd Anderson vs. Hollywood Hills (McArthur), 7

Pompano Beach at Nova, 7

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

American Heritage vs. Chaminade-Madonna (Chaminade), 6

Blanche Ely vs. Monarch (Monarch), 4:30

Boyd Anderson vs. Coconut Creek (Coconut Creek), 4:30

Cardinal Gibbons vs. Jensen Beach (Jensen Beach), 4:30

Cooper City vs. Pembroke Pines Charter (Pembroke Pines Charter), 4:30

Coral Glades vs. South Plantation (South Plantation), 4:30

Coral Springs vs. Douglas (Home), 4:30

Hollywood Christian vs. Northwest Christian (NWC), 4:30

Mourning vs. Sagemont (Sagemont), 6

Cardinal Gibbons vs. Jensen Beach (Jensen Beach), 4:30

Boyd Anderson vs. Coconut Creek (Coconut Creek), 4:30

Stranahan vs. Dillard (Dillard), 4:30

Coral Springs vs. Douglas (Home), 4:30

Northeast vs. Fort Lauderdale (Home), 4:30

Everglades vs. Miramar (Miramar), 4:30

Blanche Ely vs. Monarch (Monarch), 6

McArthur vs. Plantation (Plantation), 4:30

Venice vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (St. Thomas Aquinas), 4:30

Nova vs. South Broward (South Broward), 6

Coral Glades vs. South Plantation (South Plantation), 4:30

Deerfield Beach vs. Taravella (Taravella), 4:30

BOYS’ GOLF

Taravella vs. Coral Springs (Coral Springs CC), 3

Fort Lauderdale vs. Monarch (Crystal Lake), 3

Flanagan vs. Nova (FTL CC), 3

West Broward vs. Pembroke Pines Charter (Pembroke Lakes), 3

Columbus vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (Jacaranda), 3

Cypress Bay vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (Jacaranda), 3

Plantation vs. Western (Davie CC), 3

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