Home Sports Keep track of high school sports scores during the week of Nov. 28-Dec. 2

Keep track of high school sports scores during the week of Nov. 28-Dec. 2

Keep track of high school sports scores during the week of Nov. 28-Dec. 2

Friday’s scores

Led by a technical fall from returning state champion Sebastian Degennaro and a pin from senior Ryan Mooney, Jensen Beach defeated Southwest Miami 38-37 to win the Gold Division at the Battle of the Beach duals competition kicking off wrestling season on Friday.

Jensen Beach junior Ryan Mooney battles Ethan Tran of Mater Lakes in the championship match at 120 pounds during Saturday's Region 4-1A Championship on Feb. 26, 2022 at Jensen Beach High School in Stuart. Mooney won via majority decision 17-4 to improve to 45-9 on the season.

Mooney, who finished third in the state at 120 pounds in 1A, pinned Angel Delgado right at the end of the first period to give Jensen Beach the clinching points needed for the victory after the Falcons ran the tables in the event.

The Falcons defeated South Fork, Seminole Ridge and Treasure Coast in pool play and in the Gold Division defeated Fort Pierce Central 50-15 before their battle with Southwest Miami, last year’s 3A state runner-up in the individual format.

Jensen Beach’s Nate Sopotnick led the team with four victories via pin and Mooney, Ben Norris, Mikel Pierce-Walker, Dylan Fox, Luke Krakoff and Tobby Rooney had three pins.

Degennaro, a sophomore at 106 pounds, and senior Jewell Williams, who also won a state title last season at 138 pounds, did not drop a match the entire event.

Fort Pierce Central defeated Treasure Coast 58-18 to take third in the Gold Division and were led by Alaq Dowd-Grant, Myles Henkel, Daniel Echeverria and Aidan Madden, who all won three matches via pin.

Port St. Lucie won the Silver Division and the Jaguars were led by Jabari Yearby, who accumulated 25 points and did not drop a match the entire event.

Boys Basketball

Martin County 70, South Fork 46: Elijah Duval scored 20 and Cam Insalaco added 16 points to lead the way for the Tigers (3-1). Noah Josie scored 13 points for Martin County.

Imarion Stanberry scored 14 points and Matt Ancrum-Smith added eight points in the loss for the Bulldogs (3-1).

Girls Basketball

Jupiter 48, Treasure Coast 42: Jada Parson scored a game-high 17 points in the loss for the Titans (3-3). Telijah Filsaime scored nine points and Jenayah Lewis added six points for Treasure Coast, who led at halftime 27-23.

Boys Soccer

St. Edward’s 5, Deltona 0: Will Kourakis, Patricio Argote, Brogan Buck and Alejandro Azcona all scored a goal and picked up an assist to lead the way for the Pirates (5-0). Jason Britton scored a goal, Jah June added an assist and Alex Lee made 10 saves in goal to hold a clean sheet for St. Edward’s.

Girls Soccer

Deltona 3, St. Edward’s 2: Alma Czajkowski and Valentina Zavala each netted goals, Liz Campbell picked up an assist and Meagan Baker made three saves in the loss for the Pirates (0-3-1).

Thursday’s scores

Boys Basketball

John Carroll Catholic 65, Cardinal Newman 50: Colin Jefferson scored 15 points and added five assists to lead the Rams (1-1) to their first win of the season. Aaron McFarlane added 14 points, four rebounds and four steals and Joaquin Ruiz scored 12 points and grabbed five rebounds for John Carroll.

Girls Basketball

St. Edward’s 34, Odyssey Charter 19: Dhanika Perez scored a game-high 14 points to lead the way for the Pirates (5-2).

Boys Soccer

Centennial 3, Martin County 0: Kaelen Vilarson scored two goals and Fabrizio Capocci added another to help the Eagles (6-0) remain unbeaten. Diego Castillo picked up two assists, Ramiro Gamez had one assist and Jorge Rojas made two saves in goal to keep a clean sheet for Centennial.

Girls Soccer

Pine School 8, Glades Day 0: Giovanna Waksman scored four goals for the second match in a row to lead the way for the Knights (5-0). Keziah Anderson netted a hat trick and picked up two assists, Dalia Leonard and Fiona Defilippis had one assist each and Justina Southern made one save in goal to hold a clean sheet for Pine School.

Wednesday’s scores

Girls Weightlifting

Vero Beach 74, Treasure Coast 18, Sebastian River 17; Vero Beach 70, Sebastian River 23, Treasure Coast 16

Lifts (snatch-clean and jerk-bench, Olympic total)

Vero Beach High School sophomore Karma French lifts 95 pounds in the clean and jerk competition on Saturday, Jan. 23, 2021, at the District 13 Girls Weightlifting Championships at Vero Beach High School.

VB: 101: Riley Scheurer 60-75-90-130, Sophia Cicoon 35-55-55-90; 110: Karma French 125-155-130-280, Cayle Bihl 85-105-115-190; 119: Karen Martinez 120-135-130-255, Sydney Thompson 100-130-120-230; 129: Ava Sesack 100-140-135-240, Carlie Kovaleski 95-140-115-235; 139: Carol Martinez 120-150-140-270, Jayden Short 115-150-110-265; 154: Ella Ripple 100-145-155-245, Isabella Ferrara 100-135-135-235; 169: Enjyay Tyson 135-170-180-320, Kaylie Gehrke 70-105-100-175; 183: Mollie McCain 120-165-140-285, Jada Mosley 115-160-135-275; 199: Erin Kleinschmidt 110-145-140-255, Taylor Holloman 90-125-105-215; Unlimited: Arriana Keyes 155-190-205-345, Cumariea Shepherd 100-130-175-230

SR: 101: Iliana Hurtado 35-40-40-75; 119: Vanessa Hernandez 95-135-120-230, Ashley Paul 80-100-110-180; 129: Angelina Radke 70-100-85-170, Marlize Gutierrez 65-80-70-145; 139: Alicia Neumann 80-125-110-205, Elenor Hall 60-75-x-135; Rashelle Alexis x-100-x-x; 154: Isabella Lowe 75-105-x-180, Charlize Narcisse 60-115-x-175; Mia Muth x-140-145-x; 169: Mariah Franklin 105-140-125-245, Aubrey Field 80-100-x-180; Haley Macleary x-100-105-x; 183: Janielle Kahn 75-105-135-180; Makela Clark 45-75-x-120; Jayda Phillips x-95-95-x; 199: Daviona Wall 80-125-115-205; Candice Nathaniel 75-100-105-175; Unlimited: Joniah Holson 95-120-150-215; Leann Helping 80-120-135-200

TC: 110: Jenna Missett 75-95-90-170, Layla Alette 65-75-x-140; Ellie Flint x-95-90-x; 119: Maria Caltabiano 85-130-115-215, Daniella Barahona 45-65-x-110; Ashli Sivalls x-135-120-x; 129: Emmalee Abbott 95-140-115-235, Mariyah Carmona-Hill 75-100-95-175; 139: Liansy Delgado 95-135-145-230, Ava Benson 70-110-85-180; 154: Aliciana McCloyne 100-175-130-275, Palvati Dilone x-115-x-x; Breanna Nevarez x-80-115-x; 169: Jada Blair 80-140-x-220, Skylar Lutchman 40-75-75-115; 183: Damoya McLean 70-105-115-175; Danielle Jacques 55-115-95-170; 199: Autumn Wilson 70-x-x-x; Hannah Stearns x-85-85-x; Unlimited: Jedia Felix 90-115-120-205; Layla Lopez 75-115-105-190

Boys Soccer

Jensen Beach 4, Treasure Coast 0: Ryan Leach scored two goals to lead the Falcons (2-1) to victory. Gavin Harte added a goal and an assist, Jahir Jean-Baptiste scored a goal, Lucas Tonnelli and Kenta Sano each picked up an assist and in goal, Michael Hinson and Juan Sarmiento combined for a clean sheet for Jensen Beach.

Girls Soccer

John Carroll Catholic 3, St. Edward’s 0: Carly Koomen, Halston Kraaz and Gianna Mandarino all hit the back of the net to lead the Rams (2-2) in the win. Katelyn Cristaldi picked up two assists, Irelynd Dempsey had an assist and Sarah Petersen made three saves for a clean sheet in goal for John Carrol.

Meagan Baker made four saves in goal for St. Edward’s.

Girls Basketball

Lincoln Park Academy 69, Fort Pierce Westwood 24: Juliana Ball scored 20 points, including six 3-pointers to lead the Greyhounds (4-1) in the win. Olivia Tetherington added 17 points and Ta’Tayannah Thompson and Nicole Williams each added eight points for Lincoln Park.

Treasure Coast 37, John Carroll Catholic 14: Jada Parson scored 17 points and Telijah Filsaime added 10 points to lead the way for the Titans (3-2). Isabella Echeverria chipped in six points for Treasure Coast.

Chelsey Francis led the Rams (3-1) with nine points.

St. Edward’s 40, Tradition Prep 15: Chase Nelson scored nine points to lead the Pirates (3-2) in the win. Adterria Holloway and Dhanika Perez each scored eight points and Gaby Collazo added six points for St. Edward’s.

Zoe O’Meary led Tradition Prep with seven points.

Boys Basketball

Fort Pierce Central 74, Port St. Lucie 64: Josh Banate scored 21 points and Christopher Maxon also scored 21 points and added 10 assists to lead the Cobras (4-1) to victory.

Ryan Rodriguez scored a game-high 27 points and added five assists and TJ Schuck scored 18 points in the loss for the Jaguars (1-3).

Okeechobee 49, Pahokee 31: Oliver Saunders scored a game-high 17 points to pace the Brahmans (3-1) in the win. Luke Bryan scored nine points and Bryce Ward added eight points for Okeechobee.

Tuesday’s scores

Boys Basketball

Vero Beach 82, Fort Pierce Westwood 43: Syncere Cannon scored a game-high 24 points, hitting four of Vero’s nine 3-pointers for the game to give head coach Shane Whissett his 200th career victory.

Eddrick Willis scored 19 points, Derrick Davey added 15 points and Jaylen Shelly chipped in nine points for Vero Beach (2-1).

Jamarion Taylor scored 12 points and Kendrick Owens added 10 points in the loss for the Panthers (0-3).

Treasure Coast 64, John Carroll Catholic 60 (OT): Tyson Wilson scored 15 points and Remi Dieujuste, Jr. added 10 points to lead the Titans (1-0) to victory in their season opener. Bek Fleurissant and Warren Sharry each added nine points for Treasure Coast.

Alex and Aaron McFarlane each scored 17 points and Pat Silas added nine points for the Rams.

Okeechobee 29, Jensen Beach 28: James Jaspar hit a 3-pointer with five seconds remaining to send the Brahmans (2-1) to victory. Jaspar scored a game-high 11 points and Oliver Saunders added nine points for Okeechobee.

Phil Clark scored 10 points and Grayson Lorello added eight points for the Falcons (0-3).

Girls Basketball

Jensen Beach 64, Port St. Lucie 24: Dani Bell scored 16 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead the Falcons (2-1) in the win. Lauren Cioffi added 14 points, Christen Bell scored nine points and Natalie Tobiaz chipped in nine points and five steals for Jensen Beach.

Martin County 57, Fort Pierce Central 45: Katelyn Tanis and Denasia Hilaire each scored 14 points to send the Tigers (4-1) to victory. Becca Witt added nine points and Kaylee Gumina scored eight points and added nine rebounds and six blocked shots for Martin County.

Girls Soccer

Pine School 9, Somerset College Prep 1: Giovanna Waksman scored four goas and added four assists to lead the Knights (4-0) to victory. Keziah Anderson scored two goals, Pippa Hilton-Green and Elena Schroeder added goals, Sydney and Hope Katz picked up an assist each and Justina Southern made two saves for Pine School.

Vero Beach 2, Martin County 2: Megan Murphy’s second-half penalty kick gave the Tigers (2-1-1) a draw. Delaney Gribben scored off an assist from Chapin Hotchkiss and keeper Dakota Moberg made eight saves for Martin County.

Madison Coddington and Tashiya McMillon netted goals from Vero Beach (1-1-2), who got assists from Avary Wilgeroth and Skyy Bell and keeper Sophia Leyda made five saves in goal.

Boys Soccer

Centennial 2, Okeechobee 0: Chris Djambazian and Ramiro Gamez netted goals to lead the way for the Eagles (5-0). Kaelen Vilarson and Julian Garcia picked up assists and Jorge Rojas kept a clean sheet making two saves for Centennial.

Monday’s scores

Boys Soccer

Centennial 8, Tradition Prep 0: Diego Castillo netted two goals to lead the Eagles (4-0) to victory. Kaelen Vilarson and Chris Djambazian each had a goal and an assist, Juan Horacio, Ray Amador and Fabrizio Cappocci also scored goals and Ramiro Gamez, Lashley Laurent and Nico Dametti each picked up an assist for Centennial.

Girls Soccer

Martin County 8, Fort Pierce Central 0: Chapin Hotchkiss scored two goals to lead the way for the Tigers (2-1). Mia Calderon, Delaney Gribben and Kacey O’Donnell each had a goal and an assist, Kaylin Lingis, Megan Murphy and Mikayla Lynch all added a goal apiece and Monica Guitterez-Tax picked up an assist for Martin County.

Girls Basketball

Treasure Coast 46, Port St. Lucie 12: Telijah Filsaime scored 13 points to lead the Titans (2-2) to victory. Jada Parson scored nine points and Ariel Horne added eight points for Treasure Coast.

Kynia Hughes scored 10 points in the loss for the Jaguars (2-2)

John Carroll Catholic 48, Fort Pierce Westwood 10: Sammi Rychter scored 18 points to lead the way for the Rams (3-0). Morgan Scott added 10 points and Chelsea Francis chipped in nine points for John Carroll.

St. Edward’s 47, Pineapple Cove 30: Adterria Holloway scored 12 points to send the Pirates (2-2) to a win. Gaby Collazo scored 11 points and Dhanika Perez added 10 points for St. Edward’s.

Bryan Cooney is a high school sports reporter at TCPalm, part of the USA TODAY Network. You can reach him at [email protected] and also on Twitter at @Bryspann_Cooney.


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