Thursday, March 31, 2016
S. BROWARD 13, WESTERN 8: Jack Lucas had three goals and four assists and Oakley Skave added two goals and two assists to lead the Bulldogs (13-4). Victor Palacio had six goals for the Wildcats.
FLANAGAN 13, DOUGLAS 7: Steven Vidal scored four times for the Falcons (7-3). Geoffrey Hayman and Nicholas Dworet each had two goals for the Eagles (4-5).
COOPER CITY 23, MCARTHUR 10: Jason Molina scored eight times for the Cowboys (14-8).
ST. THOMAS 16, LAUDERDALE 4: Dane Coniglio scored four times for the Raiders (15-4). Robert Schulte and Jacob Harkins each had three goals.
S. BROWARD 19, WESTERN 6: Maddie Martinez had five goals and Emma Leto had three goals and four assists to lead the Bulldogs (15-4). Carly Jackson had three goals for the Wildcats.
FLANAGAN 7, DOUGLAS 2: Brook Todaro and Gaby Gonzalez each scored twice for the Falcons (6-4). Isabella Cohen and Connie Sadar both had a goal for the Eagles (1-6).
ST. ANDREW’S 19, COOPER CITY 6: Melanie and Kristina Smith each had two goals for the Cowboys (6-9).
Cooper City High
CCHS SEASON STATS
St Andrews 19
Cooper City 6
Melanie and Kristina Smith each had 2 goals, keeping their season totals matching also at 23.
Morgan Pinna led the season with 38.
Jaclyn Groselle had 10 saves bring her total to 142 and 54%.
Cowboys finished the regular season at 6-9.
Cooper City 23
Jason Molina had 8 goals.
Danny Rafael led the season with 124.
Freshman goalies finals: Jacob Tanner 80 saves, 45%; Dylan Rothschild 79 saves, 34%.
Cowboys finished the regular season 14-8.
*** Both Boys and Girls enter the District 12 Tournament as the #3 seeds.
South Broward Girls 19 Western 6
Leading performers for the Bulldogs Emma Leto with three goals, four assists, & two steals, Tatum Skove with 4 goals and a steal. The Lady Bulldogs are now 15 - 4 for the season.
South Broward Boys 13 Western 8
Jack Lucas had three goals, four assists, 4 steals and two blocked shots, Oakley Stove had two goals, two assists, and two steals. The Bulldogs are now 13 - 4 for the season.
Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Matt "Juice" Paxton
From his Mom:
I would be lying not to admit I didn't cry like a baby when my son Matthew came home from college and said he was taking the semester off to go to Parris Island, S.C., Marine Boot Camp. The little dare devil athletic adrenaline junkie boy in him wants to be a hero. He believes in service to our country and wanted to enlist in the Marines. I wish we lived in a world full of peace, but we don't. Weneed superheroes. Our military is full of them. Matthew just endured 4 months of our countries most brutal boot camp. In his letters he would describe the insane discipline needed mentally and physically to make it through. Matt always assured me in those letters he was made for this life. Today I stand one proud mama bear! The road trip to South Carolina has begun for Fridays graduation. I am traveling with an amazing crew of family and friends who celebrate with us.
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
Cooper City's Jordan Cook
Cooper City 12
Jordan Cook had 5 goals and Jaclyn Groselle had 11 saves for the Cowboys (6-8).
Cooper City 23
Senior Danny Rafael had 10 goals and 5 saves, and Senior Carlos Pena added 4 goals in their last regular season games for the Cowboys (13-8).
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