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North Broward in region semifinals

 

Joshua Creighton had two goals and an assist to lead the North Broward Prep boys’ soccer team to a 3-0 win over University School in the Region 4-2A quarterfinals on Wednesday.

The host Eagles advance to face the winner of the Cardinal Gibbons-Delray American Heritage game.

“We were ready to play tonight,’’ North Broward coach Diego Cardona said. “I think we had a very good possession game. We possessed the ball for most of the time, and we scored on our opportunities.’’

The first opportunity for the Eagles (19-6) came when Felipe Druck scored in the 13th minute from the left side. He ran a give-and-go with Creighton in the middle, and Creighton returned it to Druck to set him up to shake one defender before launching his shot into the net.

“I think from the beginning of the season [Cardona] instilled in us we are a family,’’ Creighton said. “We have to know each other on the field, off the field, everywhere.”

Creighton scored North Broward’s second goal two minutes before halftime off the rebound of a shot that ricocheted off Suns goalkeeper Alejandro Friedman.

Creighton found the net again early in the second half on a header in the box off a Leo Castillo feed from deep in the right corner.

If the Eagles get Delray American Heritage in the regional semifinals, it sets up a rematch of the District 13-2A final, which North Broward took from the Stallions after losing the teams’ two regular-season meetings.

University (7-8-1), which made a regional-final exit last year after a state championship in 2011, ends its 2013 campaign after entering the regional playoffs as District 14-2A runner-up.

DAVID FURONES

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

To cap a prolific third quarter in the BCAA Big 8 boys basketball championships quarterfinals against St. Thomas Aquinas, Pines Charter 6-7 swingman Justin Satchell tossed in a high arcing three-pointer at the buzzer and casually walked back to the Jaguars’ bench.

Satchell went off on St. Thomas Aquinas to the tune of 16 points in the pivotal quarter, highlighted by three three-pointers and a tomahawk dunk to help the Source Hoops Class 6A No. 6 Jaguars (17-2) turn a 30-28 halftime lead into a 77-56 runaway victory at Fort Lauderdale High School.

“I saw the basket well in the third quarter,’’ said Satchell, who finished with 21 points. “I just kept shooting. Eventually we got our teammates involved, and it went from there. We are a run-and-gun team. That is all we do. Our fastbreak offense is crazy.”

Class 7A No. 3 St. Thomas Aquinas (17-4) dug itself out of a 15-5 hole with a 12-0 run in the second quarter sparked by 6-7 reserve forward Sidney Umude (15 points) but ultimately had no answer for the Jaguars’ explosive three-wing attack led by Satchell, 6-3 Prince Ali (23 points, four assists) and 6-5 Hannif Cheatham (12 points, eight assists, three steals).

Wade Meade added 13 points for the Jaguars who advance to its first Big 8 semifinal on Friday at 6:30 p.m., when they face the Blanche Ely-Western quarterfinal winner.

Umude was easily the Raiders’ best offensive option on a night they struggled to match the Jaguars’ firepower. Steve Haney added 10 points and Matt Maturah had eight points for Aquinas.

Satchell and Ali sparked the decisive 20-6 run at the start the third quarter that sealed the Jaguars’ second win over the Raiders this season.

FABIAN LYON

STA (17-4): Umude 15, Wilkinson 6, N’Diaye 2, Maturah 8, Haney 10, London 5, Downs 4, Hunter 7. PPC (16-2): Ali 23, Satchell 21, Cheatham 12, Meade 13, Denbow 6, Johnson 2. Halftime: PPC 30-28. Three-pointers: Rebounds: Meade 8, Satchell 7. Assists: Cheatham 8, Denbow 7. Steals: Cheatham 3.

MORE BOYS’ BASKETBALL

•  Palmer Trinity 59, Somerset Silver Palms 42 – PTS (8-12) DaGrosa 13, Dorsy 12, Becker 10, Marley-Minto 6, Bonet 4, Vasquez 3, Chumbley 3, Pico 2, Beaperthuy 2, Chao 1, SSP: Benilla 22, A.Gonzalez 7, Colon 4, Marquez 4, J.Gonzalez 3, Rozado 2 Halftime: PT 25-15. Three-pointers: Benilla 3, DaGrosa 2, Dorsy 2, Vasquez. Rebounds: Becker 5, A. Dorsy 3, St. Dorsy 3. Blocks: Becker 2

•  Monsignor Pace 91, Broward International 59 – Thomas 8, Justinien 10, Fisher 22, Waite 8, Logan 6, Wilson 2, Jean 5, Alvarez 16, Desgeieux 1, King 6. Rebounds: Ogugua 12. Assists: Justinien 7

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

•  District 15-8A semifinal — Lourdes 55, Ferguson 14 – LOU (24-1): Suarez 15, Palmer 13, Jordan 8, Farinas 6, Campanella 5, Buitrago 4, Nunez 2, Minervino 1, Sosa 1. FER (13-12): Doctor 5, Taghioff 4, Molina 2, Havers 2, Johnson 1. Halftime: LOU 32-5. Three-pointers: Jordan, Palmer, Campanella. Rebounds: Palmer 17. Assists: Suarez 7. Steals: Farinas 4. Blocks: Nunez 4

Late Tuesday — District 14-3A semifinal — Coral Springs Christian 60, Calvary Christian 44 – CC (14-9): Isaac 4, Spring 9, Nevils 12, Pitts 4, Nazario 2, Ridenour 13. CSC (19-5): White 7, Blake 21, Williams 19, Fuller 13. Halftime: CSC 30-17.

•  Late Tuesday — District 14-3A semifinal — Sagemont 68, Highlands Christian 39 – SAG: Cole 15, Smith 9, Griffin 11, Lorrca 6, Marshall 27. HC: Everette 3, Domino 3, Burrell 2, Teason 13, Milton 14, Caputo 4. Halftime: SAG 38-13

•  Late Tuesday — District 16-3A semifinal — Florida Christian 56, Marathon 28 - FC (19-7): Montaner 2, Nunez 2, Martinez 8, Donato 2, Fontella 3, Jimenez 13, Carp 2, L. Jim 2, Wright 8, Irvine 2, Renof 2, K. Jim 11. MAR: Hildago 3, Qualls 15, Nieda 3, Forest 4, Davis 3. Halftime: FC 25-10. Three-pointers: Forest, Davis. Rebounds: Jim 7. Assists: Jimenez 8. Steals: Jimenez 8

PRESEASON SOFTBALL

•  WESTMINSTER 13, CORAL GABLES 0

Top performers: Natalie Lopez 3-3, HR, 4 RBI. Brittany Husk 2-3, 4 runs. Caitlin Charlton 1-2, 2 RBI, double

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Big 8 quarterfinals at Fort Lauderdale: Dillard vs. Cardinal Gibbons, 6:30; Blanche Ely vs. Western, 8

Pine Crest at Palmer Trinity, 6

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

District 11-8A semifinals at Coral Glades: Taravella vs. Deerfield Beach, 6; South Plantation vs. Douglas, 7:30

District 12-8A final at Cypress Bay: Flanagan vs. Miramar, 7

District 15-6A semifinals at Archbishop McCarthy: Pines Charter vs. Fort Lauderdale, 6; Hollywood Hills vs. Archbishop McCarthy, 7:30

District 13-4A semifinals at Pine Crest: Pine Crest vs. Cardinal Gibbons, 5; North Broward Prep vs. Coral Springs Charter, 7

District 12-3A at South Plantation

District 13-3A at South Broward:

District 14-1A at Cardinal Gibbons:

District 15-1A at Hollywood Chaminade:

State meet at Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimmee

South Florida Challenge at Silver Lakes Park:

Big 8 semifinals at Fort Lauderdale:

District 15-7A semifinals at Blanche Ely:

District 16-5A semifinals at Pompano Beach:

District 14-3A final at Calvary Christian’s West gym:

District 15-2A at Archbishop McCarthy:

Class 3A state semifinal:

State meet at Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimmee

Big 8 championship at Fort Lauderdale:

District 11-8A final at Coral Glades:

District 15-7A final at Blanche Ely:

District 16-7A final at South Broward:

District 15-6A final at Archbishop McCarthy:

District 16-5A final at Pompano Beach:

District 13-4A final at Pine Crest:

District 13-2A final:

District 11-3A at Taravella:

Regional semifinals

State meet at Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimmee

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