1. Creekside (6-0, Class 8A), —
Notable wins: Oakleaf, Ponte Vedra, Vanguard
Glance: The Knights have powered through a decent row of teams thus far, the closest matches 10-point wins over Fleming Island and Oakleaf. More impressively, Creekside has done so without injured 6-5 F Caleb Townsend, who has yet to play after suffering a leg injury prior to the season opener. In his absence, J’michael Plummer (15.3 ppg), Noah Lippy (15 ppg) and DJ Dumas (10.2 ppg) have steadied the Knights. Lippy is coming off of a career-high 24 points in a 64-54 win over Fleming.
Source: Boys basketball Power Poll: Creekside, Providence open at 1-2 | Jacksonville News, Sports and Entertainment | jacksonville.com
Fleming Island 54
Noah Lippy hit four 3-pointers on the way to a game-high 24 points as host Creekside improved to 6-0, 2-0 in District 4-8A. DJ Dumas added 14 points and 10 rebounds, while J’Michael Plummer produced 12 points, nine rebounds, four assists and four steals. The Knights visit Bartram Trail at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Source: Local roundup: Ponte Vedra boys, girls basketball teams collect district wins | St. Augustine Record
Creekside High School is proud to announce the hiring of former Bartram Trail assistant, Jordan Cook, as its new, head Girls Lacrosse coach.
Coach Cook is a local product, having been raised in St. Augustine and graduating from Bartram Trail High School where she lettered in lacrosse as well as swimming and volleyball. During her high school career, she set a school record for assists and was a US Lacrosse Honorable Mention All America. She furthered playing lacrosse after receiving a scholarship to play at Division 1 San Diego State University. She eventually transferred and finished her career at Savannah College of Art and Design where she contributed in winning 2 National Championships for the Bees. Coach Cook’s resume consists of coaching the North Florida Wave Lacrosse Club teams for 4 years, assistant coach for Bartram Trail High School during their FHSAA State Title win in 2016 and also as the Bartram Trail Junior Varsity Lacrosse Head Coach in 2017.
Creekside Girls Lacrosse finished 12-5 last season and fell to Bartram Trail in the playoffs. “We hired Coach Cook to get us over the hump [state playoffs] in girls lacrosse,” commented Creekside Athletic Director, Luke Marabell. Girl’s Lacrosse season starts in early February.