PREP ROUNDUP

Beckham reaches milestone


Published: Wednesday, January 22, 2003 at 6:01 a.m.
Last Modified: Wednesday, January 22, 2003 at 12:52 a.m.

Coach Kelly Beckham picked up the 400th victory of his tenure at Bronson (424th overall), as the 2002 Class A state runner-up Eagles beat Ocala St. John Lutheran, 54-31.

Bronson got 14 points and eight rebounds from Jeremy Woodley to improve to 16-3.

EASTSIDE 53, CLAY 38: Gerard Jackson scored 12 points, grabbed nine rebounds and drew four charges, as the Rams improved to 15-4.

SANTA FE 67, SUWANNEE 66: The visiting Raiders got a basket with less than five seconds remaining to top Suwannee, which was led by Barbaro Martinez's 20 points.

GAINESVILLE 68, RIDGEVIEW 47: Sophomore forward Gene Martin came off the bench to score a game-high 20 points and grab five rebounds, as the Hurricanes improved to 15-3.

BELL 52, THE ROCK 39: Bell used an 11-0 first-quarter run to jump ahead for good, as Sonny Lawrence poured in 26 points and grabbed nine rebounds.

BUCHHOLZ 64, BELLEVIEW 45: Senior guard Chris Bright scored 21 points, while helping Buchholz to a 22-9 second quarter that gave the Bobcats a 16-point advantage at the half.

OAK HALL 69, CEDAR KEY 36: James York and Sam Gregory combined for 28 points to help the Eagles improve to 6-7.

BUCHHOLZ 64, BELLEVIEW 45: Senior guard Chris Bright scored 21 points, while helping Buchholz to a 22-9 second quarter that gave the Bobcats a 16-point advantage at the half.

Girls basketball

TRENTON 45, BRONSON 24: Bianca Pope scored a game-high 14 points and the Tigers, as a whole, played their best game of the year to improve to 5-8.

BUCHHOLZ 38, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 33: The Bobcats overcame a seven-point halftime deficit and 20 points from Stephanie Strube to upend the host Indians.

LAFAYETTE 42, HAMILTON CO. 32: Stacey Lewis and Shondra Shine combined for half of the Hornets' points (12 and 9, respectively), and each added eight rebounds.

EASTSIDE 48, MIDDLEBURG 33: The Rams used an 18-4 first quarter to put the game away early. Freshman guard Katrice Mulberry led Eastside with 12 points.

OAK HALL 62, CEDAR KEY 12: Kittery Neale led the Eagles with 15 points.

GAINESVILLE 83, PALATKA 66: Tanisha Kearse scored 32 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for GHS (10-10).

Boys soccer

GAINESVILLE 3, OCALA FOREST 2: The Hurricanes got a goal and an assist from sweeper Andy Dame to improve to 15-6-2, and clinched first place in the district.

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2, CLAY 1: Brad Hapner took care of things offensively with two goals for the Indians, while Chad Hapner controlled things defensively.

SEABREEZE 3, EASTSIDE 0: The Rams dropped to 2-11-1, despite a good night from keeper Joe Herring.

Girls soccer

INTERLACHEN 4, HAWTHORNE 2: Hawthorne jumped out to a quick 1-0 lead, but the Rams battled back and added three goals in the second half for the win. Jessie Jordan led the way for Interlachen with two goals, while Ines Jauregui had both scores for the Hornets.

Girls weightlifting

BRADFORD 57, SANTA FE 36, NEWBERRY 11: Led by Jolene Revels, Elizabeth Paterson, Courtney and Jaime Patterson, the Tornadoes won seven of 10 weight classes to win Tuesday's meet at Santa Fe. The Raiders got victories from Bekah Babston at 139 and Kayla Osteen at 154.

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