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Scarlett, White, Bruce lead University School past Norland

 

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Jordan Scarlett scored two rushing touchdowns, and quarterback Sean White connected twice with Sam Bruce for scores to lead the Suns (2-0) to the lopsided win against Norland.

Kaylan Striggles and Bradley Clement each returned fumbles for touchdowns that led to the rout.

Bruce, a sophomore, caught three passes for 86 yards, and White, an Auburn oral commitment, finished 7 of 16 passing for 152 yards.

UNIVERSITY SCHOOL 47,

NORLAND 12

NORUS
First downs2110
Rushes-yards32-104 21-72
Passing yards86 152
Passes10-21-1 7-16-0
Punts0-20 4-20
Fumbles-lost2-2 1-1
Penalties-yards11-76 10-120
Field goals-att0-0 2-2

NOR 0 6 0 6--12
US 13 17 10 7--47

SCORING SUMMARY

US-Scarlett 3 run (DiRocco kick)

US-Scarlett 5 run (kick failed)

US-FG DiRocco 31

NOR-Miller 1 run (kick failed)

US-Bruce 33 pass from White (DiRocco kick)

US-Clement 7 fumble return (DiRocco kick)

US-Bruce 35 pass from White (DiRocco kick)

US-FG DiRocco 33

NOR-Murat 2 run (pass failed)

US-Striggles 15 fumble return (DiRocco kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing (att-yds) -- NOR: Watson 4-3, Miller 15-39, Murat 13-62. US: White 3-(-1), Scarlett 11-30, Hunt 7-43.

Passing (comp-att-int, yds)-- NOR: James 10-21-1, 86. US: White 7-16-0, 152.

Receiving (rec-yds-TD) -- NOR: Murat 2-5, Tyson 3-14, Barnett 1-20, Edwards 4-43. US: Scarlett 1-4, Hunt 1-6, Taylor 2-56, Bruce 3-86.

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

•  Gibbons d. Jupiter 25-20, 22-25,15-9: Sarah Martin 18 assists, 5 kills, 5 digs, 4 points.

•  Martin County d. Gibbons 25-18, 18-25, 15-13: Daniella Molinari 5 kills, 5 blocks, 2 digs, 3 points, ace.

• Cardinal Gibbons d. Jensen Beach 25-20, 25-22: Ali Jacobs 5 kills, block, 7 digs, 2 points. CG 7-2.

• Late Friday – St. Thomas d. Evangelical Christian 25-21, 25-22, 25-15: For STA: Kimeko Bennett 12 kills, 2 blocks, dig. Kaylie McHugh 12 digs, assist, 11 points. STA 3-0.

LATE FRIDAY

MONARCH 48,

NOVA 28

NV MO
First downs1014
Rushes-yards27-28 27-33
Passing yards12-146 15-333
Passes12-25-2 15-34-1
Punts3-24.3 2-45
Fumbles-lost2-0 2-1
Penalties-yards9-75 14-117
Field goals-att

NV 0 20 8 0--28
MO 14 0 6 28--48

SCORING SUMMARY

MO-Ridley 90 kickoff return (Johnson kick)

MO-Morss 5 run (Johnson kick)

NV-Morgan 1 run (Lavelanet kick)

NV-Watson 7 pass (Lavelanet kick)

NV-McIntyre 1 run (kick blocked)

NV-Allen 90 kickoff return (Ricketts run)

MO-Morss 3 run (kick blocked)

MO-Ridley 66 pass (Burgess-Becker pass)

MO-Morss 1 run (Johnson kick)

MO-Morss 5 run (Johnson kick)

MONDAY’S SCHEDULE

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Nova vs. Taravella (Taravella), 4:30

Fort Lauderdale at Blanche Ely, 4:30

Northeast at Boyd Anderson, 4:30

Cardinal Gibbons at American Heritage, 4:30 p.m.

Piper vs. Cooper City (Cooper City), 4:30

West Broward vs. Cypress Bay (Home), 4:30

Coconut Creek vs. Dillard (Dillard), 4:30

Pembroke Pines Charter vs. Boynton Beach (Boynton Beach), 4:30

Hallandale at Pompano Beach, 4:30

Everglades vs. South Broward (South Broward), 4:30

Western at S. Plantation, 4:30 p.m.

Sheridan Hills Christian vs. Northwest Christian (NWC), 4:30

CROSS-COUNTRY

Boyd Anderson, Monarch, Northeast, Pompano Beach, Coral Glades vs. Deerfield Beach (Quiet Waters), 3

Douglas, Hallandale, Miramar, Nova, Plantation, Cypress Bay vs. Everglades (Markham), 3

BOYS’ GOLF

Cardinal Gibbons vs. University School (Ft. Lauderdale CC), 3

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

West Broward vs. Western (Bonaventure), 3

GIRLS’ GOLF

St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Flanagan (Flamingo Lakes), 3

Western vs. West Broward (Bonaventure), 3

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Coral Springs vs. Coconut Creek (Coconut Creek), 4:30

Deerfield Beach at Coral Glades, 4:30 p.m.

Taravella vs. Douglas (Home), 4:30

McArthur vs. Everglades (Everglades), 4:30

Plantation vs. Hollywood Hills (Home), 6:00

St. Thomas Aquinas vs. South Broward (South Broward), 4:30

Miramar at W. Broward, 4:30

Sagemont vs. Miami Country Day (MCD), 6:30

CROSS-COUNTRY

Coconut Creek, Pines Charter, South Plantation, Western, Blanche Ely vs. Coral Springs (Tradewinds), 3:00

South Broward, Piper, McArthur, Hollywood Hills, Flanagan, Cooper City, West Broward vs. Taravella (Quiet Waters), 3:00

Dillard, Fort Lauderdale, Pine Crest, St. Thomas Aquinas, Stranahan, Westminster Academy, Calvary Christian vs. Cardinal Gibbons (Mills Pond), 3:00

BOYS’ GOLF

Coral Springs vs. Cooper City (Flamingo Lakes), 3:00

Flanagan vs. Cooper City (Flamingo Lakes), 3:00

Coral Glades vs. Northeast (Coral Springs CC), 3:00

American Heritage vs. Cypress Bay (Weston Hills), 3:00

Deerfield Beach vs. Taravella (Eagle Trace), 3:00

Nova vs. Plantation (Plantation Preserve), 3:00

Western vs. South Plantation (Plantation Preserve), 3:00

University School vs. Calvary Christian (Calvary Christian), 3:30

GIRLS’ GOLF

Western vs. Cypress Bay (Weston Hills), 3:00

Deerfield Beach vs. Taravella (Eagle Trace), 3:00

Nova vs. Plantation (Plantation Preserve), 3:00

University School at Calvary Christian, 3:30

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