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Ormond Beach Observer Monday, Nov. 25, 2013 6 years ago

SIDELINES: Ormond Beach Breakers continue breakout campaign

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Also in SIDELINES: Father Lopez girls soccer routs Lake Mary and the latest Golf Scores. 

BY ANDREW O'BRIEN | SPORTS EDITOR

Earlier this year, the Ormond Beach Breakers were playing as a noncompetitive girls soccer team.

But after an undefeated season, coach Jason Arnold wanted to see what his team could accomplish. And so, with the permission of the players’ parents, the team entered into its first tournament, the Phoenix Cup, in Palm Bay.

The Breakers swept past the competition, taking home first place.

But the success didn’t stop there.

In its second tournament, the Breakers recently won the U14 division of Central Brevard Hurricane Classic, which took place Nov. 9-10.

"Great group of girls showing their skills,” Arnold said. “These girls are a great example of their hometown.”

The Breakers outscored opponents 11-2 over three games.

Players on the team include Hannah Arnold, Katherine Brick, Madelyn Bronson, Vivianna Feigenbaum, Alihya Hahn, Grace Hawryluk, Alexis Hooper, Gabrielle Johnston, Summer Klein, Erin Lev, Brianna McLoughlin, Katrina Russell, Nara Solis and Jourdan Waas.

Girls soccer: Father Lopez 8, Lake Mary Prep 0

The Father Lopez girls soccer team mercy-ruled Lake Mary Prep, 8-0, on Nov. 20.

Father Lopez managed to net four goals in each half. The Green Wave blasted 25 shots on goal. Lake Mary Prep managed just one shot on target.

Allie Lydecker led the way with four goals. Isabella Napolitano, Adelina Feuerbacher and Sarah Eads each added one goal.

Father Lopez improved to 4-4.

Golf Scores

The 22-week Ormond Beach men’s golf league has finished for the season. League play was held Wednesday nights at the River Bend Golf Club.

Season point total winners: T.J. Schutt and Tom Gilbert 91. 1st Place: Mark Coleman and Mike Cooksey; 2nd Place: Kyle Conroy and Joey Durrance. Consolation Division: T.J. Schutt and Tom Gilbert, 1st place; Shawn Horsey and Kent Schauble, 2nd place.

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