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with loss to City By Paul Heidelberg Special U the Newt MIAMI Dillard, which upset Boyd Anderson and Coral Springs at last week's District 13-4 13-4 13-4 A tournament, tournament, was brought back to reality by Carol City Tuesday night. The visiting Panthers (13-15) (13-15) (13-15) lost to the Chiefs 66-52 66-52 66-52 in the Region 7-4A 7-4A 7-4A boy's tournament. The Carol City Chiets (27- (27- jumped to a 7-2 7-2 7-2 lead, led 1M2 at th-end th-end th-end of the first period and never lost control. Dillard trailed 32-26 32-26 32-26 at the half and was down 48-41 48-41 48-41 with seven minutes remaining in the game before before star Ike Canion fouled out. "They played a good game," said Dillard Coach Butch Ingram. "We shot poorly from the foul line (8 of 15) all through the game and poorly from the field early in the game." "Our defense is what kept u.s close. But when I lost Ike I lost the leadership inside." The Chiefs have two junior big men 6-foot-9 6-foot-9 6-foot-9 6-foot-9 6-foot-9 Irvin Thomas and 6-8 6-8 6-8 Jarvin Johnson, who are nicknamed nicknamed the Twin Towers. Johnson had a game-high game-high game-high 21 points and Johnson Johnson had 16. But the Chiefs also have a 5-5 5-5 5-5 junior point guard, Tyrone Smith, who is also building a reputation. "We need to think of a nickname for Tyrone, too," said Carol City Coach Ernie Bell. "He didn't start for us until a couple weeks ago. I think he's the difference in our ball club at this point in the season." Smith repeatedly drove up court and fed the ball to Thomas and Johnson Johnson under the basket. He also scored 12 points, 10 of those in the first half. At one point, Smith scored on four consecutive driving layups. When Thomas fouled out 20 seconds after Canion did, Ingram thought Dillard had a chance to take the lead for the first time. "But then Johnson took control," Ingram said. "Johnson and Thomas are only juniors, but they played together last year. Their experience shows." "We played from buzzer to buzzer tonight," Bell said. "There wasn't a point in the game where I thought Regional results 1 Gortzaiee Tat 72, Panama City Uoaary 66 ajsaioa 1 Jecaeonvw fVoauH St. JacWonvma jaotion . ajiana t Brandon 70. Clearwater 65. FJagiea 4 Bradenton ManatM 64. Tampa rMUOorough M; jagiea ( Orlando Evan 72. Sanlord Seminole 66: Region Palm Beach Gardens W Mann County 47; Wiplcii 7 Carat Ctty S3. Mtard 52; Hagiaa Miami Jackaon 66. Miami Kaaan 54. CLASS 3A Regie 1 Tallahassee Godby S3. Crettnew 77: Wigua t Oaytona Daacti Seabreeze 76. Jaoeonvie Pauon 69, e- e- 3 Orlando Jooaa 7. Gamesvme East-Mt East-Mt East-Mt 75: Rages 4 Tampa Jeaut 78. Banow 65 Ragioa Stuart Soutn Fork 72. Titua-vMa Titua-vMa Titua-vMa 71: Rsgisa St Petersburg Boca Oega 61. Naples 61: Wsaien 1 Glad C antral 44. HarthiaalM; Reg S South Ptarrlatioa 67, llsmssiesd 52. CLASS 1A Wagioa 1 Varnon 69, Paca 43. Wegiaa 2 jeneraon County 90. Port St. Joa 68: Regiea Jaconve Boaat 64. Oaytona Baacn Fattw Lopaz 52 otr. Riaion 4 Hawthorne 64. Duia County 41: Riaioa t Tavaraa 69. Clermont 65: Wiglpa S Fort Maada 46. Tampa Catnow 44. nagiaa 7 Rocniedoa 69. Panokaa 63: Magna S ft ara Baacn Suncoaat 105. Coral Snores 74. CLASS 1 RaeKm 1 L aural Hat 73. M alone 66: Region 2 TManataaa FAMU 71. Cnatta-hoocnee Cnatta-hoocnee Cnatta-hoocnee 51: Region t Hastings 70. Jacksonville Jacksonville University Christian 67: jlagioaj 4 Onanoo Lake Highland Prap 53. Bronaon 37: Ragiaa 6 Tampa Baysnor Chnatian 60. St Petersburg Shoracreat 47: Rsaiea Waal Palm Baacn Kinga Acadamy 71. Mooretiaven 66. Ragioa 7 Highland Chnatian $1, weotimnaaat Acadamy 41; Ma-giea Ma-giea Ma-giea 6 Kendall Acraa 67. Miami Interamencan 57. Three Lions Paul Sweatman, Nils Barett and Skip Allan were in foul trouble in the half. All three fouled out in the fourth quarter. Highlands Christian led 14-12 14-12 14-12 after after the first quarter. The Knights outscored Westminster Academy 19-10 19-10 19-10 over the middle two quarters and took a 33-22 33-22 33-22 advantage into the final period. The Lions cut the gap to six points before Highlands Christian pulled away. "We hit a streak where we couldn't shoot 30 percent overall and 23 percent in one streak in the second half," said Westminster Academy Coach Leroy Schwab. "Our kids played bard and we had every opportunity, but Highlands played good ball and we just could not pull it out." Highlands Christian advances to the Section 4-1A 4-1A 4-1A championship Saturday Saturday night against the winner of the Kendall Acres-Inter Acres-Inter Acres-Inter American game. WOHLAMOS CHRISTIAN (22-6) (22-6) (22-6) Calloway 6-5-15. 6-5-15. 6-5-15. 6-5-15. 6-5-15. Ckite 1-3-6, 1-3-6, 1-3-6, 1-3-6, 1-3-6, Coyta 04)4. Guahua 6-5-17. 6-5-17. 6-5-17. 6-5-17. 6-5-17. Lane 2-5-9. 2-5-9. 2-5-9. 2-5-9. 2-5-9. Morion 2-1-5. 2-1-5. 2-1-5. 2-1-5. 2-1-5. Total 16-19-51 16-19-51 16-19-51 16-19-51 16-19-51 WESTMMSTEP. ACAOCMV (21-6) (21-6) (21-6) Boyette 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. Sweetman 4-0-6, 4-0-6, 4-0-6, 4-0-6, 4-0-6, Aaen 7-2-16, 7-2-16, 7-2-16, 7-2-16, 7-2-16, SuHrvan 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. Parkin 5-2-12. 5-2-12. 5-2-12. 5-2-12. 5-2-12. Alexander 0-1-1. 0-1-1. 0-1-1. 0-1-1. 0-1-1. Barett 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. Total 17-5-41. 17-5-41. 17-5-41. 17-5-41. 17-5-41. IfcatUawda Chneoa M 11 t 1661 iz e i we were losing the momentum. We knew we had the size and we'd wear them down." Carol City had defeated Dillard twice during the regular season, 48-39 48-39 48-39 and 49-48. 49-48. 49-48. "I thought tonight's game would go down to the wire," Bell said. DtLLARO (13-16) (13-16) (13-16) Canion 9-0-18. 9-0-18. 9-0-18. 9-0-18. 9-0-18. Rahming 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. Cutler 2-3-7. 2-3-7. 2-3-7. 2-3-7. 2-3-7. Thompson 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. Hardin 5-3-13, 5-3-13, 5-3-13, 5-3-13, 5-3-13, Glade 2-2-6 2-2-6 2-2-6 2-2-6 2-2-6 Morris 2-0-4 2-0-4 2-0-4 2-0-4 2-0-4 Total 22-8-52. 22-8-52. 22-8-52. 22-8-52. 22-8-52. CAROL CITY (27-4) (27-4) (27-4) Laidler 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. Jones 1-2-4. 1-2-4. 1-2-4. 1-2-4. 1-2-4. Smith 5-2-12. 5-2-12. 5-2-12. 5-2-12. 5-2-12. Johnson Johnson 7-7-21. 7-7-21. 7-7-21. 7-7-21. 7-7-21. Thomas 7-2-16. 7-2-16. 7-2-16. 7-2-16. 7-2-16. Howard 3-0-6. 3-0-6. 3-0-6. 3-0-6. 3-0-6. Fowler 2-0-4. 2-0-4. 2-0-4. 2-0-4. 2-0-4. Woods 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. Totals 26-15-66 26-15-66 26-15-66 26-15-66 26-15-66 Oittard Carol City 12 M 12 1462 IS M 14 2066 Region 7-1 7-1 7-1 A FORT LAUDERDALE Highlands Highlands Christian took advantage of host Westminster Academy's foul trouble and poor shooting to post a 51-41 51-41 51-41 victory in the Region 7-1A 7-1A 7-1A championship. Region 8-3.4 8-3.4 8-3.4 HOMESTEAD South Plantation Plantation overcame an early four-point four-point four-point deficit to overpower host Homestead Homestead Senior 67-52 67-52 67-52 in the Region 8-3A 8-3A 8-3A championship game. The Paladins gained the lead for good three minutes into the game. "We played good ball tonight and I'm really proud of our team," said South Plantation Coach John Keister. "Our defense played well and our offense was very patient. We waited to get the good shots we needed." SOUTH PLANTATION (2S-2) (2S-2) (2S-2) Connor 5-0-10. 5-0-10. 5-0-10. 5-0-10. 5-0-10. Spann 0-0-0, 0-0-0, 0-0-0, 0-0-0, 0-0-0, Reed 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. Banner 1-1-3. 1-1-3. 1-1-3. 1-1-3. 1-1-3. Matthews 5-2-12. 5-2-12. 5-2-12. 5-2-12. 5-2-12. Paddock 0-1-1. 0-1-1. 0-1-1. 0-1-1. 0-1-1. Cross 12- 12- 1- 1- 25. Frazier 6-2-14. 6-2-14. 6-2-14. 6-2-14. 6-2-14. Jablonaowski 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. 1-0-2. Sale 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. Totals 30-776 30-776 30-776 HOMESTEAO (17-11) (17-11) (17-11) Fau 9-3-21. 9-3-21. 9-3-21. 9-3-21. 9-3-21. Mathi 8-2-18. 8-2-18. 8-2-18. 8-2-18. 8-2-18. Williams 2-2-6. 2-2-6. 2-2-6. 2-2-6. 2-2-6. Boddy 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. Marshall 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. Brinaon 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. 0-0-0. Laster 2- 2- 1-5, 1-5, 1-5, Totals 22-8-52 22-8-52 22-8-52 22-8-52 22-8-52 South Plantation He ! 23 14 16 1447 14 15 10 13-62 13-62 13-62

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  1. Fort Lauderdale News,
  2. 29 Feb 1984, Wed,
  3. Main Edition,
  4. Page 40

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