Sagemont girls lose first basketball game this season


State volleyball finals

Class 8A: Winter Park d. Lake Mary, 25-22, 17-25, 25-12, 25-20

Class 7A: Oviedo d. Naples Gulf Coast, 25-23, 25-21, 13-25, 25-20

Class 6A: Ocala Vanguard d. Jensen Beach, 25-21, 25-23, 29-27

Class 5A: Orlando Bishop Moore d. Belleview, 25-9, 25-14, 25-11

Class 4A: Ransom Everglades d. Orlando Lake Highland Prep, 20-25, 18-25, 25-14, 25-23, 16-14

Class 3A: Westminster Christian d. Orlando First Academy, 25-22, 25-16, 16-25, 25-21

Class 2A: Naples Seacrest Country Day d. Winter Garden Foundation Academy, 18-25, 25-16, 26-24, 22-25, 15-12

Class 1A: Sneads d. Baker, 25-15, 25-19, 25-13

From Miami Herald Staff Reports

Despite Jessica Black’s 19 points, Sagemont suffered its first loss of the season against Seffner Christian 54-45 at the Dunbar Classic in Fort Myers on Saturday.

Peyton Walker led the way for Seffner with 25 points on 7-of-12 shooting from the field and 5 of 8 from three-point range.

Sagemont (2-1) led throughout the first half and enjoyed a 17-11 halftime lead. The second half, though, was all Seffner (1-1) as it outscored Sagemont 22-16 in the third quarter to tie the score at 33 going into the final quarter.

Seffner outscored the Royal Lions 21-12 in the fourth quarter. The nine-point difference proved to be the difference in the matchup.

Erica Correa fell a point and a rebound shy of a double-double as she registered nine points and nine rebounds. Black added five rebounds.

Seffner won the battle behind the three-point line as it knocked down eight shots from long range while Sagemont only netted one three-pointer in the game.

Sara Denny scored 10 points for Seffner while shooting 3 of 9 from behind the three-point line.

• Dunbar Classic –Seffner Christian 54, Sagemont 45: SAG (2-1): Provenziano 4. Black 19. Rucker 6. Smith 2. Jackson 2. Correa 9. Cole 3. SC (1-1): Reed 1. Parimoure 5. Cunningham 2. Denny 10. Whiting 11. Walker 25. Rebounds: Correa 9, Cole 6, Smith 6, Provenziano 6, Black 5. Steals: Provenziano 4. Assists: Provenziano 4. Three-pointers: Black 1. Denny 3. Walker 5.


Michael Green scored 24 points, but South Plantation could not withstand a dominant showing by Spanish River as it lost 71-58 in a preseason tune-up.

Geno Guiford added 10 points for the Paladins.

•  Spanish River 71, South Plantation 58: STH: Michael Green 24. Geno Guiford 10. Stells 6. Mifphel 6. SPA: Demenizer 28. Forde 11.


•  American Heritage 3, Orlando Hagerty 1: American Heritage remained perfect as it defeated Orlando Hagerty.

The Patriots were led by Zandy Soree, Melanie Monteagudo and Nia Gomez. Michaela Kopecki assisted on two of the three goals scored.

With the win, the Patriots improved to 10-0 on the season and will play at Boynton Beach on Tuesday.

•  Late Friday – North Broward 5, Berkeley 3: Morgan Sherman participated in all the scoring as North Broward (5-1-1) eked past Berkeley.

Sherman scored three goals and assisted on two others.

Rachel Blow added a goal and two assists, and Taylor Wells scored a goal of her own. Sam Susi recorded four saves.



Flanagan vs. North Miami (NM Stadium), 4:00 pm

South Broward vs. American (PSN), 5:00 pm

Miramar vs. Krop (Krop), 7:00 pm


Flanagan vs. North Miami (NM Stadium), 2:00

Everglades vs. Hialeah Gardens (Hialeah Gardens), 4:00

Krop vs. Miramar (Miramar), 5:00

South Broward vs. American (Ame), 7:00



Somerset Academy vs. Pinecrest Prep (Pinecrest Prep), 4:00

Posnack Day School vs. Hebrew Academy (Hebrew Academy), 6:00



Northeast vs. Mourning (Mourning), 6:00

Boyd Anderson vs. American (Ame), 7:00

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