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Baseball/Softball/Lacrosse Scoreboard for Thursday, April 17th, 2014

Apr 18, 2014 -- 9:55pm

Baseball

 PPD
St. Andrew's0
Lake Worth Christian0

 

WP: Eric Wiebke (Well); LP: Dominic Mercurio (TKA)FINAL
Wellington7
The King's Academy3

 

 FINAL
Bayside4
Martin County6

 

WP: Hector Perdigon (FH); LP: David Perlman (JC)FINAL
Jupiter Christian1
Forest Hill7

 

 PPD
Trinity Christian0
Miami Brito0

 

WP: Casey Goldenberg (Sun); LP: Shane Sawczak (PBC): S: Will EngelFINAL
Palm Beach Central0
Suncoast1

 

WP: Noah Adams (BC): 5.0 IP, 1 H, 10 K; DJ Lawler (BC): 2-3, 2 RBIFINAL
Sheridan Hills2
Berean Christian8

 

 PPD
Boca Raton Christian0
Westminster Academy0

 

WP: Anthony ZaleskiFINAL
Palm Beach Lakes0
Cardinal Newman19

Softball

    Class 2A-12 District Championship -- at Berean Christian School   FINAL
Glades Day12
Wellington Christian2

 

  Class 2A-13 District Championship -- at American Heritage-Delray FINAL
The King's Academy3
American Heritage6

 

  Class 6A-13 District Championship -- at Jensen Beach High School  FINAL
Jensen Beach1
South Fork0

 

              Class 7A-13 District Championship -- at Ferrin Park             FINAL
West Boca0
Dwyer6

 

 Class 8A-10 District Championship -- at John I. Leonard High SchoolFINAL
Boca Raton0
Park Vista10

Boys Lacrosse

                      District 19 Championship -- at St. Edward's                   FINAL
Vero Beach5
Jensen Beach6

 

                District 20 Championship -- at Dwyer High School               FINAL
Jupiter6
Benjamin8

 

                 District 21 Championship -- at Cardinal Newman                FINAL
The King's Academy7
Oxbridge Academy17

 

     District 22 Championship -- at Palm Beach Central High School     FINAL
American Heritage3
Wellington10

 

          District 23 Championship -- at Spanish River High School         FINAL
Boca Raton9
St. Andrew's7

Girls Lacrosse

               District 19 Championship -- at St. Edward's School              FINAL
Vero Beach13
St. Edward's3

 

                  District 21 Championship -- at Benjamin School                FINAL
Jupiter3
Benjamin19

 

             District 23 Championship -- at Park Vista High School            FINAL
Park Vista12
Wellington13

 

Four-star football prospect Tavares Martin arrested on burglary charges

Apr 18, 2014 -- 5:35pm
By: Ken LaVicka
ESPN 106.3 Staff Writer
Twitter: @KLV1063
 
A highly-touted Palm Beach County high school football standout was arrested Thursday night according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.
 
Former John I. Leonard wide receiver Tavares Martin, 18, is still being held for burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, grand theft auto less than $5,000, dealing in stolen property, and a fraud charge stemming from providing false information to a pawnbroker with items totaling less than $300.
 
All of the charges are considered felonies.
 
Martin, who has yet to be released from jail, was booked at 9:28 p.m.
 
The four-star recruit transferred to Dwyer in January but has not yet suited up for the school’s state championship-winning football team. He did play for Dwyer’s boy’s lacrosse team this spring. The school has refused to comment on the matter.
 
Martin was recently named a top 300 college football prospect by ESPN.
 

Dwyer QB Daniel Parr pays FAU a visit

Apr 18, 2014 -- 12:34pm
By: Ken LaVicka
ESPN 106.3 Staff Writer
Twitter: @KLV1063
 
One of Florida Atlantic's top 2015 targets was in Boca Raton on Friday to tour the campus and meet with Owls coaches.
 
Dwyer quarterback Daniel Parr took advantage of local schools having the day off for Good Friday and traveled to FAU, a program that has made Parr a priority.
 
At the Owls' spring game two weeks ago, a source with knowledge of the program said head coach Charlie Partridge and his staff were "going hard" after Parr, who is Florida's defending 7A Player of the Year and led Dwyer to a state title in December.
 
The 6-3, 180 lb. prospect holds three Division I offers (FAU, Marshall, Akron) and earlier this week was extended an overture by Yale out of the Ivy League.
 
Parr's high school head coach is Jack Daniels, who was offered an assistant coaching position by Partridge after the new FAU head man took over in Boca. Daniels eventually turned it down to stay at Dwyer, where he's won two state championships.
 
Here are Parr's highlights:
 
 

VIDEO: Park Vista wins district softball title over Boca Raton

Apr 18, 2014 -- 11:25am
By: ESPN 106.3 Staff
Twitter: @Hysteria1063
 
Park Vista beat Boca Raton for District 10-8A softball title on Thursday night. Watch ESPN 106.3 on WPTV NewsChannel 5's highlights of the game.
 
 

Boys Lacrosse: Benjamin tops rival Jupiter to capture District 20 Championship

Apr 18, 2014 -- 2:34am
By: Wells Dusenbury
ESPN 106.3 Reporter
Twitter: @DuseReport1063

Jupiter and Benjamin are no strangers to late game drama.

In the past three meetings between the rivals, each game was decided in the final quarter.

Thursday was no different.

In a battle between two of the state's top programs, Benjamin outscored Jupiter 3-1 in the final eight minutes to top the Warriors 8-6 and capture the District 20 State Championship. The Buccaneers will travel to Jensen Beach on Tuesday to face the Falcons in the Regional Quarterfinals.

"It's always a great game no matter what," said Benjamin goalie Anthony Cicio of playing Jupiter. "Winning any playoff game is a really good feeing, but especially [against] Jupiter."

While it was just a District Championship Game, it carried the atmosphere of a State Championship Game.

Two rivals less than five miles apart.  Two teams littered with Division-1 talent. Two programs with wins against the top competition in the state.

While both teams have proven themselves to be among Florida's elite, the harsh reality of off-season redistricting meant one team would be gone before the Regional Playoffs actually began.

Benjamin, who's been red-hot in the second half of the year, kept that momentum going to start the game. The Bucs jumped out to an early 3-0 lead behind goals from Colin O'Hare, Andrew Packer and Jeremy Stauffer.

The Bucs looked like they were about to open a 4-0 lead, but Jupiter goalie Viper Scheele flipped the momentum instantaneously. With 3:20 left in the opening quarter, O'Hare got a great look at the net, but Sheele came up with the save and then set the Warriors offense in motion. He immediately set off a perfect outlet pass, which would result in a transition goal from Peter Cox to put Jupiter on the board.

Less than three minutes later, Jupiter struck again as midfielder Lars Coughlin rifled a goal past Cicio off a one-on-one dodge to cut Benjamin's lead to 3-2.

After a scoreless second quarter, Benjamin retook the momentum in the third. McKenna Johnston and O'Hare scored within :22 of each other to give the Bucs a 5-2 advantage.

In what was a game of runs, Jupiter responded next. Attackmen Jesse Foertmeyer and Michael Dean each tallied goals to cut the deficit to 5-4 entering the 4th quarter.

Less than two minutes into the pivotal final frame, Jupiter's opportunistic defense came through. Defenseman Connor Alexander scooped up a ground ball deep in Jupiter territory and ran downfield through three Benjamin players, setting up a Warriors' fast break. Junior Zach Crotty would capitalize, ripping one top shelf to even the score for the first time since 0-0.

The Warriors, however, would suffer a pair of devastating bad breaks in the next three minutes.

With 8:21 remaining, Benjamin midfielder Bobby O'Leary rifled a shot from just inside the restraining line, but Scheele was able to partially block the attempt. The Warriors' goalie, however, was unable to fully retain control of the ball and it managed to cross the goal line by mere inches to give Benjamin a 6-5 lead.

Three minutes later, Scheele suffered more tough luck. Bucs attackman Ryan Sylverster rifled an attempt on cage, but Scheele was able to deny the attempt. Off the save, however, the ball bounced into the air and right into the stick of O'Hare, who finished for his third goal of the night, giving the Bucs a two-goal advantage.

"This game was decided between a few plays," said Jupiter head coach Danny Loftus. "They made those plays. They're very deserving."

Jupiter wouldn't go away though. With 5:08 left, Jake Steiger scored of an assist from Cox to cut the lead to 7-6. But on the ensuing faceoff, Benjamin put the game away for good.

Packer, a University of Maryland commit, won the draw, darted downfield and ripped a perfectly placed shot top-right, just past the stick of Scheele. Packer, wh split time playing attack and facing off, was a workhorse for the Bucs, scoring two goals in the victory.

"I gave it my all," said an exhausted Packer after the game. "I even threw up on the sideline. But I just kept pushing through."

For Jupiter, the loss brought an abrupt end to what was a promising season. The Warriors started the season 7-0 with wins versus defending state champion Lake Highland Prep, St. Andrew's and Ponte Vedra.

"I feel bad for our seniors," said Loftus. "They're great kids. I was trying to tell them this program didn't exist four, five years ago."

"'I'm proud of our guys. I can't say it enough."

The Bucs now turn their attention to the Regional Playoffs, where they'll look to make a run to the State Final Four for a second season in a row. But for Benjamin, who fell in the Semifinals last year, they're not getting ahead of themselves.

"We just look to keep improving everyday in practice," said Cicio. "We're hoping to go all the way this year."

VIDEO: Notre Dame's Brian Kelly gushes over American Heritage product Greg Bryant

Apr 17, 2014 -- 3:16pm
By: Ken LaVicka
ESPN 106.3 Staff Writer
Twitter: @KLV1063
 
Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly was in Vero Beach on Wednesday to speak to the local Notre Dame Alumni Club. ESPN 106.3 on WPTV NewsChannel 5 caught up with Kelly, who raved about Fighting Irish running back Greg Bryant, an American Heritage-Delray alum.
 
 
Bryant was red-shirted last year after an illustrious career at American Heritage that saw him play in two state championships, helping lead the Stallions to the 2A crown in 2011.
 
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