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Ormond Beach Observer Thursday, Sep. 20, 2012 6 years ago

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Father Lopez football wins; Seabreeze girls cross country team sets personal records

Father Lopez football gets first win, volleyball program wins three-of-four

The Father Lopez Green Wave football team notched its first win of the season, 20-16, over Windermere Prep at home.

The varsity volleyball team swept the week with a 3-2 win over Lake Mary Prep and a 3-0 win over Pine Ridge. Junior varsity beat Pine Ridge 2-1, but lost to Lake Mary Prep 2-0.

The boys cross country team finished 23rd at the Jim Ryun Invitational on Sept. 15, and the girls team finished 19th.

The golf team beat St. Joe’s on Sept. 11, but lost at Flagler Palm Coast two days later.

Basketball players Simone Brown and Ashley Folsom made verbal commitments. Brown will play at Liberty University, and Folsom will play at Southern Mississippi University.

Upcoming games are as follows:

4 p.m. Sept. 20: Golf at Debary CC vs. University

7 p.m. Sept. 21: Football vs. Florida Air

8 a.m. Sept. 22: Boys and girls cross country home meet at Embry-Riddle University

8 a.m. Sept. 22: Boys and girls swimming: Catholic States at Orlando Y

Seabreeze girls CC set personal records

The Seabreeze girls cross country team won the Sept. 11 Pine Ridge Invitational, held at Pine Ridge High School in Deltona. The team win included first-, second- and fourth-place individual finishes by sophomore Alyssa Baliff, freshman Elizabeth Murray and sophomore Josie Gray, respectively.

At the DeLand Invitational on Sept. 15, the Sandcrabs finished fifth out of 15 teams. Bayliff came in third overall with a time of 20:03 for the 5K course. According to head coach Debora Diaz, each member of her varsity and JV teams finished with a personal record. She said some girls beat their previous personal best by as much as three or four minutes.

Seabreeze volleyball has tough match against Spruce Creek

The Sandcrabs lost to the Hawks 3-0 (25-8, 25-9 and 25-14) on Sept. 17 at Spruce Creek. “The girls started to get their game on in the third set,” said head coach Tarisa Grimm. “But it was a little late.”

The Sandcrabs will host an eight-team tournament Sept. 22.

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