High School Hoops round-up

Oak Hall powers to win


Published: Wednesday, January 29, 2003 at 6:23 a.m.
Last Modified: Wednesday, January 29, 2003 at 12:00 a.m.
Sophomore Kittery Neale led the way for Oak Hall with 19 points in the Eagles' 75-13 girls basketball win against Cedar Key Tuesday.
Courtney Lee added 12 points and Caitlin Gearen contributed 10 for the Eagles.
  • SANTA FE 80, SUWANNEE 80: Senior forward Samantha Hitchcock had a career-high 32 points in the district win, and helped the Raiders (14-5) hold Suwannee (4-7) to single-digit points in all four quarters.
  • WILLISTON 58, CRYSTAL RIVER 32: Senior point guard Dominique Coleman's complete effort of 22 points, 13 rebounds, seven assists and seven steals helped the Red Devils to the easy district win and an 11-5 overall record.

    Boys basketball

  • CHIEFLAND 67, THE ROCK 37: Chiefland got a family effort from brothers Roger and Leo Sliney, who teamed up with Roland Williams for 48 of the Indians' total points.
    Roger led the way with 18 points and 10 rebounds, while Leo, drained 17 points. Williams contributed 13 to help Chiefland improve to 8-7 on the season.
  • DIXIE COUNTY 93, TRENTON 36: Senior center William Graham led three Bears in double figures, as Dixie County outscored Trenton 48-13 in the second half. Graham had 22 points, eight rebounds, six steals and four assists, while Ross Wade added 18 points and Peter Barnes contributed 17.
  • EASTSIDE 51, RIDGEVIEW 35: Junior point guard Stefan Lattimore set the defensive pace of the Rams' press, and contributed six assists, six steals, four rebounds and four points in the complete effort for Eastside.
  • GAINESVILLE 59, CLAY 37: Ron Larris dished out eight assists and Gainesville shot 58 percent from the field in the win. Brandon Williams had a game-high 17 points for the Hurricanes, while Phillip Williams added 11 and Ron Rawls contributed 10.

    Boys soccer

  • SANTA FE 5, P.K. YONGE 0: Jonma Hajyton led the way for Santa Fe with two goals to help the Raiders improve to 9-3 on the season.
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