Saturday's high schools sports roundup
Sunday, December 02, 2012
by Post Staffer
Marko Radojicic had 16 points and seven rebounds and Jovan Lawson had 12 points and nine rebounds to lead St. Andrew's to a 63-40 victory over South Broward in the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic in Weston on Saturday.
The win raised the Scots' record to 3-1 while the Bulldogs fell to 3-3.
Westwood Christian 51, Summit Christian 45: Richard Gaetano had 13 points and two rebounds and Shane Phillips had nine points but the Saints (1-2) fell to the Warriors in Lake Worth.
Boca Raton Christian 60, Somerset 47: R.J. Walsh had 22 points, Colin Gray had 19 points and 15 rebounds and Johnny White had 15 rebounds to lead the Blazers (2-1) past the Panthers in Boca Raton.
Lake Worth Christian 55, Calvary Christian 52: Jeantal Cylla had 25 points, five rebounds and three assists and Alex Urso had 11 points to lead the Defenders (2-1) past the Eagles in Fort Lauderdale.
Village Academy 60, Yeshiva 44: Tre' Quan Smith had 15 points, 12 rebounds and five assists and Wesley Michael had 13 points and eight assists to lead the Tigers (5-0) past the Storm in Delray.
Martin County 57, Santaluces 47: Jermohn Queen had 22 points and Alton Edwards had 15 points to lead the Tigers past the Chiefs (1-3) in Lantana.
Berean Christian 56, King's Academy 44: Josh Taylor had 21 points and 16 rebounds and Charles Howell had 13 points and eight rebounds to lead the Bulldogs (4-1) past the Lions to win the Highlands Christian Holiday Classic tournament in Pompano Beach. Howell was named MVP of the tournament for the Bulldogs.
American Heritage 4, Estero 0:Jeff Joseph had one goal and one assist and Austin Mills had one goal to lead the Stallions (10-0) past the Wildcats in Delray Beach. Eduardo Urdaneta had three saves for his sixth shutout of the year.
Trinity Christian 5, Highlands Christian 1: Darren Ferina had two goals and one assist and Gerritson Craane had two goals and one assist to lead the Warriors (7-0) past the Knights in Pompano Beach. Nick Nedd had five saves for the Warriors in the win.