High School Grades and Top Performers for Thursday, December 29

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Jim Clark Classic

Bishop Moore in Orlando


Third place race: Cypress Creek 62, Bishop Moore 52

Championship Game: Boone 42, Franklin 39

buzzing: The Warriors (8-5) continued their win over Franklin, Wisconsin. (5-3) in the Jim Clark Classic final.

Outback Christmas Shootout

at Continental High School, Daytona Beach


Discovery 72, Mandarin 61

Edgewater 71, Miller Grove (GA) 52

buzzing: Erik Taylor scored 30 points for the Eagles (8-4), their third win in the Continental Championship and their sixth in a row.

Evans 69, Bartram Drive 41

buzzing: Micah Blackmon scored 21 points for the Tigers (7-5) in the win, ending the Continental Championship on a high note.

89 Deerfield Beach, South Madison (KY) 51

Maclay 50, Santa Fe Catholic 35

Orlando Christian Reserves 74, Windsor Forest (Georgia) 42

buzzing: Isaiah Brown surpassed 25 points for the second time with 27 points in the OCP (12-1) tournament as the Warriors took a 3-0 lead in the game.

New Smyrna Beach New Years Eve Fight


Colony 50, Lake Mary 39

Deltona 66, Tampa Bay Tech 62

New Smyrna Beach 47, Lyman 41

Foundation Academy 67, Satellite 53

Lake District 63, Deltona Trinity 30

Friday 30 December

Colonial and Foundation Academy, 10 a.m.

Lake District vs. Tampa Bay Tech, 11:30

Deltona vs. Jenkins (Georgia), 1

Yulee vs. Bridge to Independence, 2:30

Lyman vs First Academy, 4

Satellite and Lake Mary, 5:30

New Smyrna Beach vs. Deltona Trinity Christian, 7



Mount Dora Christian 67, Whitman-Hanson 58

buzzing: Kycen Pruitt scored 26 points to lead MDC (8-2) to the tournament victory, while Kevin Frederick had 18, Javi Rowell had 12 and Adam Frederick had 11.

Other scores/results:

Faith Christian 59, Oxford College (Calif.) 25

buzzing: The Lions (7-6) won the third-place game in Green Bracket at the KSA Holiday Tournament.

Strongville (OH) 57, Timber Creek 45

buzzing: The Wolves fell to third place in the Gray Bracket at the KSA Holiday Championship.

Broken Arrow (OK) 60, East River 45

buzzing: The Falcons (6-6) fell in a consolation game at the KSA Holiday Tournament.

Eustis 53, Howell Lake 40

buzzing: At Jarvis Williams Holliday Classic Palatka High School, the Panthers (7-4) defeated the Silver Eagles (6-3).

Dr. Phillips 71, Interlachen 51

buzzing: At Jarvis Williams Holliday Classic Palatka High School, the Panthers (2-8) handily beat Interlachen (9-4).

Landon (MD) 53, Highland Lakes Reserve 36

buzzing: The Highlanders (6-6) lost on Day 2 of the Carolina Invitational in Charleston, SC.

Windermere 75, Mills University Research (AR) 31

buzzing: The Wolverines (9-3) played a consolation game at the King Cotton Classic in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

Windermere Reserve 47, Berkeley Reserve 43

buzzing: The Lakers (10-3) defeated the Buccaneers (9-3) in the country title game. Brandon Bass Jr. and Aiden Fletcher each scored 15 points for Windermere Reserve, while Si Nam Hwan contributed eight points, six rebounds and eight blocks all-around.

Olympia 62, PK Yonge 46

buzzing: Florida State’s MaxPreps No. 1 team remains undefeated as the Titans (11-0) claim victory on Day 3 of the four-day Sun Kingdom Tournament in the Ocala Pioneer. Kaiden White leads Olympia with 16 points, while Cam Miles has 14 points.

Marist (Illinois) 45, Wekiva 43

buzzing: The Broncos lost for the second time this season (11-2) on the second day of the three-day Centralia Holiday Championship in Illinois. KJ Robinson led Wekiva with 20 points, five rebounds and four assists, while Vophcy Prophete had nine points.

Master’s College 68, Beigang 49

buzzing: Zion Mitchell and Dylan Laboon each scored 15 points as the Eagles (10-1) advanced to the finale of the Chik-fil-A Classic in Bradenton Christian. DeVaughn Stallworth had 14 points and Jaden Huygens had 10.

Umatilla 57, Hancock County (KY) 50

buzzing: The Bulldogs are unbeaten (11-0) with a semifinal win at the Keswick Sunshine Coast Classic in St. Petersburg.

Seminole 72, Alabama Christian College 18

Lake Nona 78, Friends Academy (NY) 57

Hialeah, USA, 53, Leesburg, 47

Montverde Academy 61, Highland Lakes Preparatory School 56

buzzing: The Eagles (11-0) handed the Highlanders (8-4) their third straight loss in a matchup between the state’s MaxPreps top-10 teams as part of the Nike Championship Tournament.

Bishop Moore 68, St. Cloud 42

buzzing: The Hornets (10-3) beat the Bulldogs (13-2) in their own Jim Clark Classic.

Evans 48, Vickiva 45

buzzing: The Trojans (2-9) defeated the Broncos (1-10) in the Florida Prospects Christmas Tournament at Dr. Phillips High School.

Winter Springs 63, Orlando Christian Prep 62

buzzing: The Bears (13-1) beat the Braves (4-5) in the Florida Prospects Christmas Tournament at Dr. Phillips High School.

Oak Ridge 66, Vieira 52

buzzing: The Blazers (8-5) beat Patrick Vieira (9-3) in the Tampa Bay Christmas Invitational.

Olympia 69, Windermere 61

buzzing: Arlinda Roundtree had 25 points for the Titans (5-6), while Taliyah Trent had 16 and Jayla Johnson had 14.

First Academy 49, Bradenton Christian 28

buzzing: The Royals (10-3) continued their good run with a win in the Chick-Fil-A Classic Tournament.

Central Florida Christian 46, Rickards 31

buzzing: The Eagles (12-3) beat the Tallahassee Richards (7-6) in the Florida State Prospects Christmas Tournament at Dr. Phillips High School.

Other grades:

Edgewater 44, Camden County (GA) 29

West Orange 33, Ocoee 31

Lake Mary 38, Pontevedra 31

Mike Stone Invitational

At Hickory Point Recreation Park, Tavares

Fifth-place race: Spruce Creek 5, St. Thomas (Texas) 0

Third place game: Fort Myers 2, Mariners 0

Champions: Bishop Moore 1, Canterbury 0

buzzing: The Hornets (11-1-1) won their own holiday event, with goaltender Matthew McCall winning the tournament MVP after his fourth straight shutout. Alex Pencak scored the only goal for Bishop Moore.

The report was first published on Orlando Sentinel Network. Buddy Collings, Varsity Content Editor, can be reached via email bcollings@orlandosentinel.com.