ROUNDUP

Sagemont holds off Alabama team at Kreul Classic

 

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Sagemont, which is ranked second in Class 3A, needed every bit of its 18-point halftime lead to hold off George Washington Carver (Ala.) 73-60 in the Kreul Classic Power96 Elite Challenge at the Coral Springs City Gym on Thursday night.

Sagemont appeared to be well on its way to another runaway victory when Lance Crawford threw an alley-oop to Connecticut 6-4 commit Prince Ali for a 44-24 lead with 2:53 remaining.

But the Wolverines (4-2) got back in the game behind Mississippi State 6-7 commit Demetrius Houston, who came alive for 14 of his team-high 18 points in the second half.

The Wolverines cut it to 66-57 with 1:18 left when Antonio Nelson made a layup and 6-8 forward Brandon Murphy threw down a dunk.

But Lions guard Lance Crawford (15 points) answered with a pair of free throws, and Wolverines guard Harold Cardwell missed a three-point attempt as the Lions sweated out the final two minutes to keep their perfect record intact at 12-0.

Ali finished with a game-high 23 points, punctuated by three highlight-reel dunks, including one of the tomahawk variety while swooping in from the left wing that pushed the Lions’ lead to 59-41 with 4:20 left.

Jordan Cooper added 19 points for the Lions, who face Deerfield Beach at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

•  Sagemont 73, Alabama Carver 60: SAG (11-0): Crawford 15, Jurko 7, Cooper 19, Kirby 5, Goloman 4, Ali 23. Three-pointers: Jurko, Provitt.

•  Pine Crest 59, Georgia Salem High 58: PC (7-2): Marzouca 5, Sacks 2, Cissel 4, Litofsky 4, Nolting 3, Wang 9, Vrankovic 28, Haeffner 4.Three-pointers: Wang, Hedgespeth 2, Samuel, Bridgeman, Greenwood 2.

•  Dillard 81, South Carolina Fairfield 60: DIL: Grace 23, Pendergraph 7, Kennedy 7, Maloney 14, Farrington 10, Wright 13, Smith 7. Three-pointers: Grace 5, Pendergraph, Weldon, Workman 3, Davis, Maple, Cook.

•  Alabama Robert E. Lee 77, North Broward Prep 71: NBP: Harris 25, Reyes 19, Dembro 2, Rifkind 21, Steigelfest 4. LEE: Fore 17, King 19, Reynolds 6, Moore 2, Thomas 23, Wiley 2, Scissom 2, Burnett 6. Three-pointers: Fore 2, King 4, Thomas, Harris, Reyes.

•  Cardinal Gibbons 72, Alabama Brewbaker 53: CG (7-2): Brooks 6, Charles 9, Duvier 2, Scott 7, Morales 13, Dalger 6, Rowe 2, Kacprzak 13, Strong 6, McIntosh 6, Patrick 2. Three-pointers: Charles 2, Scott, Morales, Kacprzak, Rogers, Boswell, Satterwhite.

•  Zion Lutheran 80, Kentucky Grant County 69: ZL: 16, Witty 8, Bornelus 18, Louis 5, G. Louis 4, Stone 29. KGC: Hicks 20, Johnson 5, Kellam 3, Hammonds 2, Adkins 12, L.O'Nan 3, Saylor 24. Three-pointers: J.Saylor 2, Johnson, Hicks 5, Stone, Louis, Bornelus 5, Witty 2, Stubbs.

•  Coral Spings Charter 59, Belen Jesuit 36: CSC (5-4): Taylor 14, Kinsey 8, Vaughn 10, Lee 2, Hyltin 12, Webber 4, Swain 3, Cindadreal 4, Fraiser 2. Three-pointers: Kinsey 2, Taylor, Nunez, Medina .

•  Washington Coolidge 62, Coral Springs 55: CS (7-2): Altidert 2, Charles 4, Carey 3, Dewar 26, Fils 17, Ravel 3. WC (6-2): Route 6, Briggs 9, Gregory 23, Gaskins 2, Paige 4, Farley 14, Smith 4. Three-pointers: Carey, Ravel.

•  North Carolina Northwood 48, St. Thomas Aquinas 38: STA (11-3): Maturah 4, Marshall 8, Umude 11, Garcia 3, Hunter 12. NW (12-4): McCoy 1, Hughes 11, Simpson 2, Madison 8, Moore 4, Kane 15, Wilson 5, Traore 2. Three-pointers: Marshall, Garcia, Madison, Wilson.

•  Brooklyn South Shore 58, Flanagan 47: FLA (7-1): Norton 4, Mitchell 7, Ferdinand 2, Jeanty 7, Blyden 16, Watson 3, Scharbel 8. BSS (5-2): Simeon 3, Spencer 7, Saint Hilaire 12, Wilson 16, Johnson 2, Preston 6, Battle 4, C. Johnson 4, Laney 4. Three-pointers: Norton, Mitchel, Blyden, Simen, Spencer, Wilson.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

• Coral Springs Charter 61, Sagemont 45: SAG (8-3): Black 13, Rucker 4, Marshall 16, Correa 8, Cole 4. CSC: Hall 22, Butler 2, E. Williams 5, Wojcik 14, Smith 6, K. Williams 12. Rebounds: Black 8. Assists: Rucker 3, Marshall 3. Steals: Marshall 3. Three-pointers: Black 1, Marshall 3.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

• Chaminade-Madonna 5, Mater Lakes 0: Bridget Callahan 5 goals (Senior Day). Jacqui Koebel 3 assists. CM 4-7-1.

•  University School 6, Coral Springs Christian 1: Julia Grosso 3 goals, assist. Jessica Roman 2 goals, assist. Valerie O'Toole goal.

•  Archbishop McCarthy 8, LaSalle 0: Madison St. Philip goal. Sabrina Sanon goal. Karly Zacharias goal. Alexa Rivera goal. Yari Bradfield goal. Taylor Shore goal. Brook Williamson goal. Adriana Robles goal. AMC 19-2-1.

BOYS’ SOCCER

• Westminster Academy 3, Pine Crest 1: Chris Manning 2 goals. Patrick Sastre goal. WA 9-0.

•  Douglas 1, Monarch 0: Felipe Linares goal. Kyle Spear 16 saves, shutout. MON 8-6-2.

•  University School 1, Doral 1: J Heller goal. US 6-3-1.

FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Coral Shores at Archbishop Curley, 4:30

Pinecrest Prep at Redland Christian, 6:30

Ronald Reagan at North Miami, 7:30

Mourning at Krop, 7:30

Palmer Trinity at Douglas, 7:30

BOYS’ SOCCER

Jackson at North Miami, 3:30

North Miami Beach at Central, 3:30

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Westwood Christian at Princeton Christian, 2:00

Pinecrest Prep at Redland Christian, 5:00

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Coral Reef at TERRA, 3:30

South Miami at Sunset, 3:30

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