PANAMA CITY — Bay won its sixth consecutive game by blanking Bozeman 7-0 on Tuesday in boys high school soccer.
Jacob Morrow scored assisted by Corey Joseph, Joseph scored from Zach Smith and Michael Layfield from Sean McDermott in the first half.
Morrow opened second-half scoring assisted by Seth Ray, David Diamond converted from Nash Bonaventura, Daniel Garcia tallied assisted by Corleone Vurgos and the last goal was Ray assisted by Morrow.
Zac Watson had two saves for Bay, 7-5-1, 7-1-0 in the district.
Bay hosts South Walton 7 p.m. Thursday at Tommy Oliver Stadium.
Bay 8, Bozeman 0
PANAMA CITY — Sarah Judah, Jessica Harris, Emily Brueckner and Laura Valcourt all scored two goals for the Lady Tornadoes, now 13-2-1 and 7-1-1 in the district.
Judah added three assists, Brooke Adams two and Harris, Marley Peters and Mary Judith Vernon each had one. Keepers Genevieve Smith and Christine Newton each made one save.
Bay hosts South Walton 5 p.m. Thursday at Tommy Oliver Stadium.
Arnold 4, Rutherford 0
PANAMA CITYBEACH — Arnold locked up the top seed in the district tournament with a win at Mike Gavlak Sports Complex on Senior Night.
Jaclynn Lehtio had a goal and two assists for the Marlins. Other goals were by Samantha Lehtio, Amanda Laberdesque and Leigh Vandemark, and Bailey Rogers added an assist.
Arnold is 11-8-1, 5-1-0 in district. The Marlins are idle until hosting Mosley on Jan. 8.
Arnold 53, Rutherford 35
PANAMA CITYBEACH — Arnold led from start to finish paced by Joanne Booker’s 25 points. Freshman Lilyann Robinson had 10 points and topped the Marlins in rebounding. Marsheba Addison led Rutherford with 16 points.
Arnold is 6-3, 3-1 in district and off to its best start in the program’s history.
Arnold’s JV won 24-21 as Christina Ferrera had nine points.
The Marlins host West Florida 4:30 p.m. Friday.
Gulf Breeze 39, Rutherford 38
GULF BREEZE — Rutherford lost its first game of the season as Gulf Breeze made key free throws in the final minute and the Rams misfired on a last-second shot.
Khaliel Spearman had 11 points and Gabe Steele eight for Rutherford, 10-1.
“They did a good job of dictating tempo,” Rutherford coach Rhondie Ross said. “We had a lot of missed layups and blown defensive assignments.”
The Rams play Sneads Saturday in Grand Ridge.
Wewahitchka 78, Port St. Joe 63
WEWAHITCHKA — Raheem Wright had 27 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Gators. Clay Sasser added 17 points and Javar Hill 13 rebounds for Wewa, 7-2. Cori Calloway had 23 points for Port St. Joe.
Port St. Joe won the JV game 37-27 despite 14 points by Jeff Hunter for the Gators.
Wewahitchka plays at Liberty County on Thursday.
West Gadsden 44, Bozeman 39
SAND HILLS — Herbie Harrell scored 17 points but Bozeman (5-6, 3-4) couldn’t hold off West Gadsden in a District 4-1A contest.
Ryan Peltonen scored nine points for the Bucks.
Bozeman faces Bethlehem at 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 27 in the Vernon Christmas Shootout.
Marianna 71, Mosley 43
MARIANNA — Nat Dixon had 19 points for Mosley in a losing cause, the Dolphins trailing 17-3 after one quarter.
The Bulldogs had 11 players score in a balanced attack.
Marianna won the JV game 55-43 with a second-half rally. Quentin Fogle had 16 points for Mosley.
The Dolphins leave today for Charleston, S.C., and play Class 8A Coral Gables on Thursday in an eight-team tournament. Mosley’s JV also is playing in Charleston in a tournament.
Mosley 63, Marianna 46
MARIANNA — Alexis Ware buried five 3-pointers en route to a career-high 33 points in Mosley’s road win. Ware also had eight rebounds, Kiana Yangson contributed with 14 points and four 3-pointers, and Hennessey Smith added 10 points, six rebounds and four blocks for the Dolphins (11-3). Mosley next plays in the Pace Holiday Classic on Dec. 27-29 in Pensacola. Marianna defeated Mosley 43-20 in the junior varsity game. Courtney Hyman scored eight points for the Dolphins (0-9).
Port St. Joe 45,
WEWAHITCHKA — Brooklyn Glenn scored a team-high 19 points to lead the Tiger Sharks to the victory. Wewahitchka senior Jessica Smith led all scorers with 26 points in the defeat and topped the 1,000-point mark for her career. PSJ’s Yeiyahna Hutchinson had 16 points and 10 rebounds. Tara Walding chipped in with 10 points for Wewa (1-7), and Sage Baker had 10 rebounds. The Gators play at Liberty County on Thursday.
West Gadsden 48, Bozeman 8
SAND HILLS — Shelby Suggs had five points to lead Bozeman, which is off until Jan. 7 when it hosts Blountstown. Miah Rosa had two points for the Bucks.
PDL 39, Baker 26
PONCEDE LEON — Ponce de Leon’s Hannah Howell scored 21 points and grabbed eight rebounds as the Pirates defeated Baker. Ashley Harper added seven points for PDL (13-0).
Ponce de Leon will play in the Freeport tournament beginning Dec. 28.
Rutherford 1, Mosley 0
PANAMA CITY — Rutherford’s Dallas Davis scored in the first half on an assist by Eric Riley as the Rams downed Mosley at Tommy Oliver Stadium.
Ram keeper Andrew Mask made eight saves for the shutout. Patrick Bates was credited with an outstanding game on defense for the Rams.
Rutherford (4-3-3 overall) plays a district match at Choctawhatchee in Fort Walton Beach today.
Mosley won the junior varsity match 7-0.
Mosley 5, Arnold 0
SAND HILLS — It took Mosley 39 minutes to score, but the Dolphins dominated the second half in a game played at Bozeman. Elizabeth Vickers gave Mosley a 1-0 halftime lead. The second half was much different as Kaylin Thomas scored in the 55th minute, then Taylor Hallmon and Jordan Lewis converted penalty kicks in the next four minutes. Lewis completed the scoring and Mariah Rinehart made three saves for the shutout. Alexis Tanner had five saves for the Marlins.
Mosley improved to 12-1-2.