Local Roundup: St. Augustine boys basketball tops White in overtime

BOYS BASKETBALL

 

St. Augustine 42

White 41 (OT)

Juwaun Davis hit a free throw with about 10 seconds left in overtime to give St. Augustine a three-point lead. Host Ed White scored a two-point basket before the buzzer as the Yellow Jackets (4-7, 3-2 District 3-7A) survived. Jawan Davis led the visitors with 13 points. Luca Stauble scored 10 in his first game back from injury. The Jackets will travel to Creekside tonight and then meet Bartram Trail at Flagler College on Friday. Both games are at 7:30. Bartram, which is still repairing its gym floor, will be the host in Friday’s game.

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

University Christian 44

St. Joseph 37

University Christian outscored St. Joseph 13-4 in the fourth quarter to rally to a home victory Tuesday night. Jessamy Gaetanos scored 14 points to lead the Flashes (6-5, 2-1 District 2-4A), while Kayla Mansell added nine points. Kirsten Senderling led St. Joseph with seven rebounds. The Flashes host St. Johns Country Day at 1:30 p.m. Saturday.

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Ponte Vedra 67

Clay 24

Riley Mayer hit four 3-pointers on the way to a career-high 16 points as Ponte Vedra defeated Clay at home. Channing Chappell scored 14 points and Jackie Wagner added 10 points for the Sharks, who improved to 12-3, 5-0 in District 5-6A. Kaitlyn Kumpf led the Blue Devils (3-7, 0-3) with 11 points. Ponte Vedra hosts Bartram Trail at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

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Bartram Trail 72

Buchholz 42

Bella Weary’s 23 points helped Bartram Trail (9-6, 4-2) pick up a District 4-8A win at Gainesville Buchholz. Sierra Calleson added 14 while Grace Tybor had 13 and Reedy Davenport added eight. The Bears have won three straight. Bartram Trail visits Bishop Kenny on Thursday at 7 p.m. The Bears will travel to Ponte Vedra on Friday for a 7:30 p.m. game.

 

Nease 70

St. Augustine 25

Kiya Turner had 15 points and four assists, while Camille Hobby and Karissa Turner scored 12 apiece for Nease (14-3, 6-0 District 3-7A) at home. Hobby grabbed a team-high eight rebounds. Brianna Green led St. Augustine (11-5, 4-3) with 11 points. The Panthers host Englewood at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. The Yellow Jackets host Yulee in a 6 p.m. game Thursday.

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GIRLS SOCCER

Menendez 4

Clay 1

Menendez (8-5, 5-1 District 4-3A) scored three goals in the final nine minutes of the first half. Allie McMandon’s opener was assisted by Shelby Brim. Less than a minute later Morgan Schooley made it 2-0 and McMandon scored her second in the 35th minute. McMandon, who has 21 goals, assisted Izzy Sadowski’s goal in the 60th minute.

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Late Monday

GIRLS SOCCER

St. Joseph 8

University Christian 0

Eleni Kauttu, Shannon Matthaei and Sarah Patuel each scored two goals for St. Joseph in the District 2-1A victory. Ellie Russell and Charlotte Maneely also scored.

 

BOYS SOCCER

Fleming Island 8

Menendez 0

Fleming Island (11-0-1) remained undefeated in the quarterfinals of the St. Johns River Athletic Conference tournament. Reed Davis scored four goals to give him 36 in 12 matches. Lucas Hauth added a brace, while Connor Davis and Brad McMahon also scored. Menendez fell to 5-7-1. Top-seeded Fleming Island advances to today’s semifinal against Orange Park at 7:20 p.m.

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Bartram Trail 6

St. Augustine1

Bartram Trail beat St. Augustine in the SJRAC quarterfinals. The Bears will face No. 3 seed Matanzas at 7:20 tonight. The winner will play the Fleming Island-Orange Park winner for the title on Friday night at Fleming Island High School.

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St. Joseph 4

University Christian 2

St. Joseph maintained its dominance in District 2-1A courtesy of a pair of goals from Mac Tibbitts as well as strikes from Logan Eli and Dylan Thibault. The Flashes have not lost a district match since the 2011-12 season.

Girls Soccer

Menendez 4, Clay 1

Menendez 3 1 — 4

Clay 0 1 — 1

Goals: Schooley (M) 3, Sadowski (M), Chappell (C).

Girls Basketball

Ponte Vedra 64, Clay 27

Clay 7 13 4 3 — 27

Ponte Vedra 16 22 19 7 — 64

Clay: Kumpf 11, Bouchie 6, Stilianou 5, Rendell 4, Bruner 1

Ponte Vedra: Mayer 16, Chappell 14, Wagner 10, Balser 6, Tibbets 6, Oates 6, Bing 2, McCarthy 2, Fraga 2

3-pointers: Clay 3 (Kumpf 3), Ponte Vedra 7 (Mayer 4, Chappell 2, Oates) Records: Clay 3-7, Ponte Vedra 12-3.

Oakleaf 56, Creekside 33

Creekside 7 12 6 8 — 33

Oakleaf 11 15 13 17 — 56

Creekside: Gardner 4, Epting 4, McCloud 2, Anderson 4, Lippy 11, Webb 8

Oakleaf: Merced 15, Littles 13, Davis 5, J. Lee 4, Dukes 6, Oden 8, Johnson 5

3-pointers: Creekside 2 (Lippy 2), Oakleaf 4 (Merced 2, Littles, Davis).

Wrestling

At Creekside

Midway 6-Way

Team standings: 1. Creekside 5-0. 2. Orange Park 4-1. 3. Bolles 3-2. 4. Fletcher 2-3. 5. Gainesville 1-4. 6. St. Augustine 0-5.

Creekside: def. Bolles, 60-17; def. Orange Park, 53-15; def. Gainesville, 63-18; def. Fletcher, 54-28; def. St. Augustine, 65-12.

Orange Park: def. St. Augustine, 43-18; def. Bolles, 46-30; def. Gainesville, 46-21; def. Fletcher, 37-30.

Bolles: def. St. Augustine, 42-27; def. Fletcher, 35-18; def. Gainesville, 33-30.

Fletcher: def. Gainesville, 37-28; def. St. Augustine, 42-24.

Gainesville: def. St. Augustine, 45-24.

At Episcopal

Rob Bierbaum Invitational

Team scores: 1. Kenny 245.5. 2. Nease 199.5. 3. Bartram Trail 189. 4. Snyder 121. 5. White 115. 6. Ponte Vedra 108. 7. Battery Creek SC 94. 8. Episcopal 72. 9. Menendez 69.5. 10. Bolles 18.

Championship matches

106: Harting (White) d. C. Villanueva (Snyder), 17-11. 113: Hopkins (Episcopal) p. Riccobono (Ponte Vedra), 1:47. 120: Arnold (Nease) d. Delaney (Kenny), 3-2. 126: Donghit (Kenny) p. JP Villanueva (Snyder), 3:22. 132: Janssen (Nease) d. Tirado (Kenny), 7-0. 138: Satterfield (Nease) p. Hampton (Episcopal), 3:50. 145: Slade (Kenny) p. Tanner (Menendez), 2:34. 152: Hill (Nease) d. Crews (Bartram Trail), 9-4. 160: Sutherland (Bartram Trail) d. Suggs (Nease), 8-3. 170: Bennett (Bartram Trail) d. Patino (Battery Creek), 6-5. 182: Beenen (Kenny) d. Case (Nease),9-4. 195: Smalls (Battery Creek) p. Morante (Snyder), 1:11. 220: McDaniel (Bartram Trail) p. Thoresen (Nease), :51. 285: McCallum (Kenny) p. Thompson (Bartram Trail), 2:46.

 

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