Bright & Co. carry Buchholz

Published: Saturday, January 18, 2003 at 6:01 a.m.
Last Modified: Friday, January 17, 2003 at 11:52 p.m.

Senior guard Chris Bright senior forward Donnell Sheridan and junior guard Dan Frank combined for 50 of the Bobcats 55 points (25, 15 and 10 respectively) in Buchholz's 55-44 win against Deerfield Beach at the Martin Luther King Classic in Fort Lauderdale.

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Chiefland's Kadie Ogden shoots over a Newberry defender Friday. Ogden scored 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in the win.

DARON DEAN/Special to The Sun

  • SUWANNEE 82, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 46: Suwannee eased past Keystone Heights with the help of senior small forward Allison Jones, who had a game-high 21 points, and added five assists, three steals and two rebounds to help the Bulldogs improve to 6-7 on the year.

  • GAINESVILLE 79, PALATKA 70: Despite a 27-point fourth quarter and a 32-point night from Tavares Williams, Palatka (7-6) couldn't hold on as Ron Rawls and Phillip Williams each contributed 16 to lead the Hurricanes to their 14th win of the season (14-2).

  • BAKER COUNTY 64, SANTA FE 49: Baker County outscored the Raiders 12-2 in the third quarter and got 17 points and 11 rebounnds from Jeremiah Colvin to remain undefeated at 14-0. Ryan Altenhof led Santa Fe (7-8) with 17 points.

  • BELL 54, TRENTON 48: Rene Leal hit 3-of-4 free throws in the last 1:10 of the game to help Bell (6-6) preserve the win. Leal had nine points, five assists and five rebounds in the game.

  • BRONSON 84, CEDAR KEY 40: Bronson's William Soto had a game-high 16 points, as one of five Eagles in double figures in the win. Shane Shuler and Dexter Hall each had 12, while Quinton Parker and Ellas McDaniel added 10 apeice. Parker and McDaniel also contributed 11 rebounds each.

    Girls basketball

  • CHIEFLAND 62, NEWBERRY 44: Senior forward Kadie Ogden helped spark Chiefland (10-3) by scoring 15 points and grabbing 11 rebounds and K.K. Matheny added 23 points.

  • SUWANNEE 53, KEYSTONE 51: Suwannee outscored Keystone 17-6 in the fourth quarter to sneak away with the come-from-behind win. Shaneka Brady led the for Suwannee with 23 points, while Stephanie Strube contributed 18 points, 12 rebounds, four steals and two assists for Keystone in the loss.

  • BELL 35, TRENTON 25: Courtney Mauldin and Crystal Wood combined for 24 of Bell's 35 points (12 apiece), as the Bulldogs held Trenton to single-digit points in three quarters. Mauldin also added 12 rebounds and six steals for Bell.

  • SANTA FE 64, LAFAYETTE 39: Santa Fe (12-5) went on an 18-6 run in the second quarter to take command and sealed it with a 21-7 burst in the final eight minutes.

  • BRONSON 48, CEDAR KEY 39: Emily Smith had a game-high 18 points to help Bronson to the win, despite a 17-point, 10 rebound, two steal and one assist effort from Cedar Key's Megan Jenkins.

  • WILLISTON 43, FERNANDO 40: Dominique Coleman had a game-high 14 points for Williston, as the Red Devils used a 16-10 fourth-quarter effort to hold off Fernando.

    Boys soccer

  • KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3, INTERLACHEN 0: Kevin McLeod took part in all three of Keystone's goals, as he scored two and assisted the third to help the Indians improve to 8-4-1 on the year.

    Girls soccer

  • OAK HALL 8, NEWBERRY 0: The Eagles got four goals from senior midfielder Katie Roark to win their sixth consecutive game, while outscoring opponents 46-0. Oak Hall improves to 16-5 and a perfect 13-0 in District 3-A.

  • BUCHHOLZ 5, MANDARIN 0: Buchholz continued to combine senior leadership with freshman contributions as senior co-captain Kelli Eisenbrown had two goal and an assist, and freshman forward Lauren Dwyer added two goals off the bench to help the Bobcats improve to 17-4-1 on the season.

  • KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 7, INTERLACHEN 0: Five-year starter Crysta Slater scored her first goal in the win for Keystone Heights (10-7-2).

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