Local roundup | Jorge Zavala's four-goal effort leads Saint Stephen's boys to prep soccer win

December 3, 2013 

Four-goaleffort leadsFalcons boys

Jorge Zavala had four goals and three assists as the host Saint Stephen's Falcons blanked the Out-of-Door Academy Thunder 8-0 Monday in a boys soccer match.

Matthew Jones added two goals and two assists for the Falcons (5-0), and Alex Virgilio and Jon Boyd added a goal apiece. Jeremy Jackman had three assists, and goalkeeper J.J. Byrnes had four saves for the shutout.

Girls soccer

SAINT STEPHEN'S 2, OUT-OF-DOOR ACADEMY 1 -- Seventh-grader Kendall Miller scored on a penalty kick, and Sophie Bernet booted her first career goal on an assist from Kelsey Leskinen (6-1, 5-0 Class 3A-District 11) as the host Falcons beat the Thunder in a district match.

Lizzy Chapin got the lone goal for the Thunder, and goalkeeper Abby Bannar made seven saves.

BRADENTON CHRISTIAN 1, SARASOTA CHRISTIAN 1 -- Emily Malcom scored the only goal for the host Panthers (2-2-2). Goalie Alex Watson recorded 14 saves while teammates Lea Sifrit (midfielder) and Stephanie Courter (defender) were tough defensively.

Girls basketball

BRADENTON CHRISTIAN 45, ST. PETERSBURG NORTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 26 -- The host Panthers were led by a one-two punch of Sophie Giardina's 18 points and Katie Swaagman's 17 points in a win over the Mustangs (4-7). Giardina also had seven steals and six assists. Swaagman grabbed six rebounds for Bradenton Christian (2-4).

SOUTHEAST 58, BOOKER 41 -- Bevin Mays scored a game-high 18 points for as the visiting Seminoles (9-1) beat the Tornadoes. Breyonna Reed, Janelle Gould, DeAngela Mathis and Keshawna Robinson each added nine points to lead a balanced offense.

• JV: Marline Valcin racked up 23 points and 22 rebounds while teammate Shauntivia Green added 12 points and 13 steals to lead the visiting Seminoles (6-1) to a 48-4 win over Booker.

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