Thursday's boys and girls soccer roundup
Friday, January 11, 2013
by Post Staff
The Palm Beach Central girls soccer team continued its dominating ways Thursday night.
Taylor Reidenberg had three goals and an assist to lead the second-ranked Broncos (16-0) to an 8-0 victory over Glades Central in Belle Glade.
Isabella Grajales added two goals and an assist for Central. Ashley Jones had a goal and two assists for the Broncos.
No. 3 Boca Raton 4, King's Academy 0: Tara Bird, Nicole Werking and Ace Ballegaard each scored a goal as the Bobocats (16-3-1) edged the Lions in Boca Raton.
American Heritage 2, West Boca 1: Taylor Pak scored two goals as the Stallions (18-0-1) edged the Bulls (9-5-3) is Delray Beach. Stephanie Lorenc score the lone goal for West Boca.
Glades Day 5, Wellington Christian 2: Kassidy Roberts had two goals and two assists and Lizzee Lohman added one goal and one assist to lead the Gators (9-7-2) past the Eagles in Wellington. Christina Carroll had one goal and one assists, Hanna Blandon had one goal and Sarah Best had one assists for the Eagles.
Pope John Paul II 5, Boca Christian 1: Alena Costanian registered two goals and an assist, Gabby Liguori had a goal and an assist and Lina Rocha added a goal as the Eagles (9-9-3) cruised past the Blazers in Boca Raton.
No. 9 Atlantic 5, Dreyfoos 1: Roberto Ugalde and Lonelson Nalus each scored two goals to lead the Eagles (9-4) past the Jaguars (4-14-4) in Delray Beach.
Palm Beach Central 9, Glades Central 1: Jethro Pierre scored three goals to lead the Broncos (5-7-3) past the Raiders in Belle Glade.
Trinity Christian 8, The Pine School 0: Philippe Holaf scored twice, Gerritson Craane had one goal and three assists; Darren Seferina had one goal and one assist, and Pepe Best had one goal and two assists as the Tigers (14-0) blanked the Knights in Palm Beach Gardens to wrap up their district championship.
Jupiter Christian 5, Glades Day 0: Cristian Acuna and Austin Bennett each scored two goals to lead the Eagles (7-6) past the Gators in Belle Glade. Tyler Player had six saves, including a penalty kick, for his first shutout of the season.
Oxbridge Academy 2. Summit Christian 0: Tanner MacArthur had seven saves in a shutout to lead the Thunderwolves (9-6) past the Saints in West Palm Beach.