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Zion Lutheran boys’ basketball wins game at Charlotte invitational

 

From Miami Herald Staff Reports

The Zion Lutheran boys’ basketball team defeated Gaston Day 45-27 at the Charlotte Hoops Challenge in Charlotte, N.C., on Saturday.

Keith Stone led the way for Zion Lutheran with a double-double as he scored 17 points and grabbed 14 rebounds. He also added three assists and four blocks.

Vincent Stubbs scored eight points and was an enforcer in the paint, grabbing a team-high 15 rebounds and blocking six shots.

The invitational tournament draws top teams from across the nation. Last year, West Virginia Huntington Prep and No.1 recruit Andrew Wiggins in the tournament.

Stone was named to the All-Tournament Team as the Lions improved to 4-1 on the season.

• Charlotte Hoops Challenge - Zion Lutheran 45, Gaston Day 27: ZL (4-1): Vincent Stubbs 8, 15 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals, 6 blocks. Keith Stone (All-Tournament Team) 17, 14 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 blocks. Rashad Whitty 7, 2 assists, 2 steals. Edwin Louis 4, 8 rebounds, 2 assists, steal. Brandon Bornelus 5, rebound, assist. Gibson Louis 4, rebound, steal.

ELSEWHERE

Co-captains Rodney Simeon and Dondre Duffus each scored 21 points to lead Boyd Anderson past Lake Worth Christian 90-60.

Simeon and Duffus led the Cobras’ potent offense, and Nick Eubanks added 17 points to complete Boyd Anderson’s double-digit scorers.

Duffus recorded a double-double with 21 points and 10 assists. Irving Pierre scored four points and snatched a team-high eight rebounds.

The Cobras improved to 4-1.

• Boyd Anderson 90, Lake Worth Christian 60: BA: Simeon 21, Duffus 21, Wilson 13, Eubanks 17, Romain 4, P. Pierre 3, I. Pierre 4, Harris 2, Shaw 2, Moise 3. LWC: Williams 15, Hobbs 21, Cylla 13, Elva 2, Joseph 3, Phillips 3, Lee 3. Three-pointers: Williams 1, Joseph 1, Lee 1, Hobbs 1, Moise 1, Simeon 1, P. Pierre 1, Wilson 1. Rebounds: I. Pierre 8. Assists: Duffus 10.

BOYS’ SOCCER

Three Ransom Everglades players scored to lead the Raiders past Ferguson 3-1.

Matt Lirman, Jack Houston and Adrian Grant-Alfieri each scored a goal, helping their team avoid its first loss of the season.

With the win, the Raiders improved to 8-0-1 on the year.

• Ransom Everglades 3, Ferguson 1: Matt Lirman goal. Jack Houston goal. Adrian Grant-Alfieri goal. RE 8-0-1.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Daniela Tenjido scored two goals and dished out two assists as Southwest cruised past Miami High 7-0.

Desi Rudnick scored two goals and registered two assists for the Eagles, and Diana Delgadillo scored a goal and recorded an assist.

• Southwest 7, Miami High 0: Daniela Tenjido 2 goals, 2 assists. Desi Rudnick 2 goals, 2 assists. Diana Delgadillo goal, assist.

MONDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ SOCCER

Coral Park vs. South Miami (SM), 2:00

Goleman vs. Westland Hialeah (Westland Hialeah), 2:00

Miami Beach vs. Coral Gables (CG), 2:00

MAST vs. Booker T. Washington (BTW), 2:00

West Broward vs. North Miami (NM Stadium), 3:30

Monsignor Pace vs. Edison (ED), 4:00

Ronald Reagan vs. Braddock (BRA), 2:00

Sunset vs. South Dade (SD), 3:30

Miami Central vs. TERRA (TERRA), 3:30

Homestead vs. Miami Springs (MSP), 3:30

Miami Palmetto vs. Coral Reef (CR), 3:30

Belen Jesuit vs. Mater Academy Charter (Mater Academy Charter), 3:30

Coral Park vs. South Miami (SM), 4:00

Goleman vs. Westland Hialeah (Westland Hialeah), 4:00

Varela vs. Southridge (SR), 4:00

Miami Beach vs. Coral Gables (CG), 4:00

Westwood Christian vs. Palm Beach Gardens (Palm Beach Gardens), 4:00

Mater Academy Charter vs. Booker T. Washington (BTW), 4:00

Dade Christian vs. Greater Miami Academy (Greater Miami Academy), 4:00

Westminster Christian vs. LaSalle ( LaS), 6:00

Ferguson vs. Killian (Ron Eahman), 6:00

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Coral Park vs. South Miami (SM), 2:00

Goleman vs. Westland Hialeah (Westland Hialeah), 2:00

Miami Beach vs. Coral Gables (CG), 2:00

MAST vs. Booker T. Washington (BTW), 2:00

West Broward vs. North Miami (NM Stadium), 3:30

Monsignor Pace vs. Edison (ED), 4:00

Archemedian vs. Carrollton (CARR), 4:00

Fort Lauderdale vs. North Miami Beach (Mishcon Park), 4:00

Ronald Reagan vs. Braddock (Miller Pond Park), 4:00

Northeast vs. American (Ame), 4:00

Gulliver Prep vs. LaSalle (LaSalle), 4:00

Keys Gate vs. Florida Christian (FCS), 4:00

Doral Academy vs. Mater Lakes (Mater Lakes), 4:00

Dade Christian vs. Greater Miami Academy (Greater Miami Academy), 4:00

Hialeah Gardens vs. Miramar (Miramar), 5:00

Krop vs. Flanagan (Flanagan), 5:00

Hillel vs. Miami Country Day (MCD), 7:00

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