Cypress Bay softball wins district final

04/22/2014 12:01 AM

04/22/2014 12:44 AM

Sarah Maloney pitched seven strong innings and struck out 12 batters to lead the Cypress Bay softball team to a 1-0 victory over Cooper City in the District 12-8A championship game Monday night.

Olivia Gott went 1 for 3 with the winning RBI. Maloney allowed three hits.

“We knew it would be a hard game,” coach Lonny Shapiro said.

Cypress Bay has played Cooper City twice this season. The Lightning won the first game, 2-1, and lost the second, 5-4.

The Lightning (19-7) now looks forward to the regional quarterfinals.

“We‘re trying to take one game at a time, yet we are confident with ourselves and any team we play,” Shapiro said.

Veronika Quispe


• District 12-8A Final—Cypress Bay 1, Cooper City 0:

CB 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 — 1 5 0

CC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — 0 3 0

WP: Sarah Maloney (14-4) 7IP, 3 hits, 12 Ks. LP: Llekinsky. Top Performers: Olivia Gott 1-3, RBI. CB 19-7.

Basketball

McArthur guard Majestic Tejada made an oral commitment to Northern Arizona after weighing interest from College of Charleston (S.C.), Gardner Webb and Radford, among others.

The highly athletic guard averaged nine points, four assists and three rebounds to help lead the Mustangs (22-6) to its first regional final appearance this past season.

“Northern Arizona is an up and coming program,’’ said McArthur coach Warren Gale.

“They liked Majestic’s leadership and the things he has brought to the table for us. The way he controls the team. They think he can step in and be a four-year player for them.”

FABIAN LYON

BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL

•  Cardinal Gibbons def. Park Vista 25-23, 25-21, 25-18: Corry Short had 22 kills, four assists, five points and three aces to lead the Chiefs.

Jake Leventhal added 37 assists, four digs and 10 points.

•  Cardinal Gibbons d. Park Vista (25-23, 25-21, 25-18): Corry Short 22 kills, 4 assists, 3 aces, 5 points, 3 blocks. Jake Leventhal 37 assists, 4 digs, 10 points.

BASEBALL

• Ransom Everglades 4, Coral Shores 2:

RE 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 — 4 4 2

CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 — 2 2 2

WP: Chris Rossi CG, 7 IP, 2 hits, ER, 4 K’s. Top Performers: Rick Suarez 1-3, 2 RBI. David Lanster 1-2, Run, RBI. Sam Buldoc 1-2, RBI. Matt Heisenbottle 1-2, RBI.

• Late Saturday—Archbishop McCarthy 17, Western 10:

WES 0 0 4 0 5 1 0 — 10 12 4

AM 0 5 5 0 2 5 X — 17 17 2

WP: Brian Gonzalez 2 IP, 5 K’s 0 hits 0 BB. LP: Alex Artaza. Top Performers: Eddie Silva 3-5, 2 doubles, 4 RBI. Brian Gonzalez 3-4, 2 doubles, 2 RBI. Ryan Sinzenich 1-1, 2 run, HR. Michael Gigliotti 2-3, 2 walks, 3 runs, HR.

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BASEBALL

District 11-8A semifinals at Coral Springs: Taravella vs. Coral Glades, 4; Coral Springs vs. Douglas, 7

District 12-8A semifinals at Western: South Plantation vs. Cooper City, 3:45; Western vs. Cypress Bay, 6:30

District 13-8A semifinals at Flanagan: West Broward vs. Everglades, 4; Flanagan vs. McArthur, 7

District 14-7A semifinals at Fort Lauderdale: Blanche Ely vs. Fort Lauderdale, 4:30; Northeast vs. Monarch, 7

District 15-7A semifinals at Nova: South Broward vs. Nova, 4; Plantation-Hollywood Hills winner vs. St. Thomas Aquinas, 7

District 16-5A semifinals at Archbishop McCarthy: Cardinal Gibbons vs. American Heritage, 4; Archbishop McCarthy vs. Pompano Beach, 7

District 14-3A quarterfinals: Oxbridge Academy at Coral Springs Christian, 4; Jupiter Christian at Highlands Christian, 7;

BOYS’ WATER POLO

State play-in: Pines Charter at Riviera Beach Suncoast, 4

State play-in: Cypress Bay at Westminster Academy, 5:30

State play-in: St. Thomas Aquinas at Boca Raton, 4

GIRLS’ WATER POLO

State play-in: Cypress Bay at Westminster Academy, 4

State play-in: St. Thomas Aquinas at Boca Raton St. Andrews, 7

State play-in at Lake Worth: Pines Charter at Sebastian River, 4

BOYS’ LACROSSE

State first round play-in: Cypress Bay at St. Thomas Aquinas, 7

State first round play-in: Pine Crest at Boca Raton, 7

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

State first round play-in: St. Thomas Aquinas at Pine Crest, 4:30

State first round play-in: Palmer Trinity at West Broward, 7

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