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Northeast stomps Coconut Creek; running clock rule violated

 

Jamal Wallace rushed for three touchdowns, Stacey Coley caught a pair and Timonte King rushed for two as Northeast routed Coconut Creek 50-0 at Creek on Saturday night.

The outcome was never in question, just when the game would go into running clock. That happened with over six minutes to play in the second quarter — a violation of the FHSAA rule that states the running clock can begin in the third quarter at the earliest.

However, the rule was ignored and once Northeast upped its lead to 36-0 midway through the second the clock never stopped again.

The Hurricanes (4-1, 2-0) jumped out quickly with a 51-yard touchdown pass from Brion Sanchious to Coley on the first play of the game. Then Sanchious hit Coley on a 21-yard touchdown pass at the end of the first.

The floodgates opened in the second.

Wallace went for a 6-yard touchdown run, then followed with a 60-yard run down the middle of the field and then with a 13-yard touchdown run with 6:12 to play in the first half.

Wallace finished with 90 yards rushing. Sanchious finished with 176 yards passing and a pair of touchdowns.

The Cougars (0-5, 0-2) got past midfield once when they reached the 45, but immediately moved back to the 50 on a false start penalty in the second quarter. Other than that, they played on their end of the field as the Hurricanes defense held them to 58 yards of total offense.

RUDY RODRIGUEZ-CHOMAT

Late Friday

•  American Heritage 55, Sebring 7: The Patriots took a 48-0 lead into the fourth quarter, dominating on the road. Tyler Cogswell went 9 for 14 with 185 yards passing and threw two touchdowns to Tyler Carmona. Sony Michel finished with 94 yards on 10 carries and two touchdowns. Michael Deeb had nine tackles and a sack and Torrance Gibson had an interception.

•  Dillard 40, Boca Raton 17: LaDarion McBride scored three touchdowns and Dre’Sean Nelson ran for another to lead the Panthers (3-2) to the home victory.

•  Archbishop McCarthy 37, North Broward Prep 34: Brandon Vicens ran for three touchdowns to lead the Mavericks to a comeback win. McCarthy overcame an early 14-0 deficit for the shootout win.

•  Highlands Christian 26, Coral Springs Christian 20: Trystan Lago went 13 of 24 for 183 yards and three touchdowns to lead Highlands. Arelious Burns ran for 158 yards on 16 carries and Kyle Audet caught five passes for 98 yards.

•  North Palm Beach Benjamin 42, Westminster Academy 25: Spencer Saliba finished with 21 carries for 188 yards to lead the Lions. Ray Sharp went 14 of 37 for 211 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions.

•  More late scores: Piper 42, Coral Springs 6; South Florida HEAT 55, Princeton Christian 0; Coral Springs Charter 35, Boca Raton St. Andrews 29.

Cross Country

Once Pine Crest star freshman Julia Montgomery got past the pre-race jitters in her highly anticipated flrunners.com Invitational debut, it was smooth sailing to another milestone.

Montgomery charged to an early lead in the Girls’ Race of Champions, held her own with some of the top runners in the state, and finished third in a personal-best 17:52 at Chain of Lakes Park on Saturday.

“I was so nervous before the meet,” Montgomery said. “With the music and all those schools I was competing against, it seemed like a state meet. At the 2-mile mark I settled into a rhythm and was able to pick off one girl. I was so stunned at the finish line to see I was running 17 minutes.”

Montgomery, who came in ranked No. 15 in Florida after winning the Fleet Feet Invitational last week in a then personal-best 19:13, shone brightest for a Panthers’ squad that either set a personal-best or season-best on Saturday.

Ella Wurth finished 33rd in a season-best 19:33 while a 6-9 finish by John Decker (17:27) and Matt Hernandez helped the Panthers’ boys team claim fourth in the Unseeded A standings.

“It was Ella’s best time in two years,” Pine Crest coach Paul Baur said. “The entire team was really impressive. I was real pleased with everybody. It is exactly what we needed.”

Cardinal Gibbons took third behind James Sahagian (14th, 17:56) and Ross Clark (17th, 18:05).

In the Boys’ Unseeded B race, North Broward Prep junior Jack Klumpp made good on his prediction of a victory by outclassing the field in 17:10, 40 seconds ahead of Boca Raton’s runner-up Wyatt Ebert.

“Within the first half mile I knew I would win the race,” Klumpp said. “I feel like I have a long way to go for my best race, but I’m on the right track. This is my first real win. It feels pretty good.”

FABIAN LYON

RESULTS

flrunners.com Invitational (Winners and top 30 Broward finishers). Girls’ results – Race of Champions: 1. Emily Edwards (FM)17:43, 3. Julia Montgomery (PC) 17:52. Invitational: 1. Brianna Jackson (New) 18:57; Unseeded A: 1. Autumn Bartlett (Univ) 19:34, 7. Katie Pinnell (NBP) 20:34, 16. Jenna Shortridge (NBP) 21:10, 21. Mahlet Yared (PC) 21:23, 26. Hannah Montague (PC) 21:37; Unseeded B: 1. Olivia Nicholson (BR) 20:04. Large school: 1. Amanda Spring (Northeast) 19:18, 16. Marianne Aguilar (AM) 20:58, 18. Sara Bowden (AM) 21:11. Boys’ results – Race of Champions: 1.Carlos Miranda (Palmetto Ridge) 15:07; Invitational: 1. J.C. Cornett (Woodstock) 15:59; Unseeded A: 1. Odaine Porter (Wekiva) 16:58, 6. John Decker (PC) 17:27, 9. Matt Hernandez (PC) 17:32, 14. James Sahagian (CG) 17:56, 17. Ross Clark (CG) 18:05, 18. Troy Gonzalez (PC) 18:06, 28. James Wich (CG) 18:23. Unseeded B: 1. Jack Klumpp (NBP) 17:10. Small school: 1. Troy Clark (MDB) 16:13, 11. Pasha Gulibert (CalvChr) 17:30, 17. Gabe Tchividjian (CalvChr) 17:56; Large school: 1. Zainelabdin Fator (Sickles) 16:19, 23. Jimmy Farrell (AM) 17:49.

SWIMMING AND DIVING

University School swept the championships of the Suns Invitational at Nova Southeastern University Saturday.

Marco Hosfeld won the 100 and 200 freestyle events to lead the Suns boys. Sagemont’s Luca De Brito won the 100 butterfly and the 200 IM. On the girls’ side, Krissa Robinson won the 200 IM and 100 butterfly. Allison Kopas won the 100 free and Emily Kopas won the 100 breaststroke. Sagemont’s Daniella Vandenberg (200 free, 500 free) and Chaminade’s Rachael Sabra (100 back, 50 free) were also double winners.

Boys’ team scores: 1. University 486; 2. Sagemont 459; 3. Boca Raton 448; 4. Miami Country Day 336; 5. Calvary Christian 321; 6. Somerset 186; 7. Chaminade-Madonna 185.

Girls’ team scores: 1. University 576; 2. Boca Raton 503; 3. Calvary Christian 391; 4. Miami Country Day 367; 5. Sagemont 233; 6. Chaminade-Madonna 190; 7. Somerset 74.

Boys’ individual winners – 200 medley relay: University 1:52.78; 200 free: Daniella Vandenberg (SAGE) 1:57.63; 200 IM: Krissa Robinson (US) 2:15.33; 50 free: Rachael Sabra (CM) 26.76; Diving: Lauren Peretz (US) 319.85; 100 fly: Krissa Robinson (US) 1:00.79; 100 free: Allison Kopas (US) 57.12; 500 free: Daniella Vandenberg (SAGE) 5:12.66; 200 free relay: University 1:47.82; 100 back: Rachael Sabra (CM) 1:05.52; 100 breast: Emily Kopas (US) 1:05.70; 400 free relay: University 3:58.28.

Girls’ individual winners – 200 medley relay: University 1:45.85; 200 free: Marco Hosfeld (US) 1:47.31; 200 IM: Luca De Brito (SAGE) 1:59.89; 50 free: Jamel Le Grand (SAGE) 21.36; Diving: Zach Laurence (US) 393.45; 100 fly: Luca De Brito (SAGE) 51.20; 100 free: Marco Hosfeld (US) 50.51; 500 free: Ferruccio Rossi (SAGE) 4:50.94; 200 free relay: Sagemont 1:29.90; 100 back: Nicolas Oberndorfer (US) 1:00.78; 100 breast: Daniel Pereira (US) 1:01.81; 400 free relay: Sagemont 3:21.91.

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

St Thomas d. Berkeley Prep 25-14, 25-15: Allison Bellanger 6 kills, 7 digs, ace. Brooke Lyons 8 kills, 3 blocks.

St Thomas d. Staggs 25-19, 25-21: McKenzie Zielinski 14 assists, 6 digs, 4 aces, kill.

Catholic Memorial d. St Thomas 30-28, 26-24: Nikki Lyons 9 kills, 4 digs, 2 blocks. Alliyah McDean 7 digs.

Late Friday — Assumption d. St Thomas 25-24, 23-25, 25-21: Bridgette Villano 10 digs. Jackie Edge 4 kills, 2 blocks.

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

University School vs Chaminade-Madonna, 7 (Nova)

Coral Springs Charter vs Pine Crest, 7 (Coral Glades)

BOYS’ GOLF

Coral Springs vs Deerfield Beach, 3 (Coral Springs CC)

Cypress Bay vs Cardinal Gibbons, 3 (Weston Hills)

Cypress Bay vs Park Vista, 3 (Weston Hills)

Cypress Bay vs American Heritage, 3 (Weston Hills)

Flanagan vs Pembroke Pines Charter,3 (Flamingo Lakes)

Pembroke Pines Charter vs Flanagan, 3 (Pembroke Lakes)

Plantation vs Cooper City 3 (Plantation Preserve)

St. Thomas Aquinas vs Nova, 3 (Jacaranda)

Western vs Archbishop McCarthy, 3 (Davie CC)

BOYS’ SWIMMING

Western vs Monarch,4:30 (Bamford)

Western vs South Broward, 4:30 (Bamford)

Varela vs TERRA, 8 (MDCC-South )

Coral Gables vs Krop, 4:30 (Home)

North Miami Beach vs North Miami, 3:30 (Victory Pool)

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Doral Academy vs TERRA, 12 (Doral)

American vs Hialeah Gardens, 5 (American)

Archbishop Curley vs Dade Christian, 5:30 (Curley)

Booker T. Washington vs Monsignor Pace, 3:30 (Booker T. Washington)

Hialeah Educational Academy vs Somerset Charter (Homestead), 4 (Hialeah Educational Academy)

Carol City vs Hialeah, 5 (CC)

MAST vs Carrollton,12 (MAST)

Coral Gables vs Miami Beach 5 (CG)

Coral Shores vs Gulliver Prep, 5 (C. Shores)

Florida Christian vs Carrollton, 5:30 (FCS)

Goleman vs Miami High, 5 (Home)

Jackson vs Edison, 3:30 (Jackson)

International Studies Charter vs Archemedian, 6:30 (International Studies Charter)

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