Broward High School Roundup

North Broward Prep boys’ golf team card top season score

 

Last Week’s Best Performances

TEAM OF THE WEEK

Alex Lee’s touchdown run on a gutsy fourth-and-goal call in overtime helped the Miramar football team (3-3) upset St. Thomas Aquinas 27-24. Lee helped the Patriots reinsert themselves into the Class 8A state title picture with 142 rushing yards and three touchdowns.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Caroline Nava, Westminster Academy, girls’ swimming: Nava won the 200 freestyle and 100 freestyle to lead the Lions over Coral Springs Charter and the South Florida HEAT.

Rachelle Alexander and Daesha Rogers, American Heritage, girls’ cross-country: Alexander (20:28) and Rogers (20:52), making her season debut, finished 2-3 at the Varela Viper Invitational.

Ethan Cairns, Western, boys’ golf: Cairns tied for a meet-low 39 to help the Wildcats beat South Plantation 163-226.

Julia Montgomery, Pine Crest, girls’ cross-country: Montgomery won the FSU Pre-State Invitational small school girls’ title in 18:58.

Alexa Cruz, St. Thomas Aquinas, girls’ cross-country: The freshman ran a career-best 18:18 (No.9 in Florida) to place seventh and help the Raiders finish second in the FSU Pre-State Invitational girls’ elite race.

Pasqual Burgess-Beckett, Monarch, football: Burgess-Beckett threw for 202 yards and three touchdowns as the Knights (4-1) beat host Piper 38-22.

Franci Sequani, Cardinal Gibbons, girls’ volleyball: Sequani had 10 kills and 10 blocks to lead the Chiefs over North Broward Prep in five sets.

Lorenzo Jerome, Taravella, football: Jerome threw three touchdown passes to help the Trojans (4-2) beat Everglades 28-14.

Kirsten Kuhl, Douglas, girls’ volleyball: Kuhl had 16 assists, nine points, six kills and eight digs in a four-set victory over Coral Glades.

Brandon Vicens, Archbishop McCarthy, football: Vicens ran for a touchdown and passed for another to help the Mavericks (4-1) beat Pines Charter 34-7.

Emily Kilgore, Highlands Christian, girls’ volleyball: Kilgore had 16 digs, 10 kills and 13 points to lead the Knights over Sheridan Hills in four sets.

Sam Haubenstock, Pine Crest, girls’ golf: Haubenstock shot 21 to win medalist and lead the Panthers over Calvary Christian 101-129.

Matt Smutny, South Florida HEAT, boys’ swimming: Smutny won the 200 IM, 100 freestyle and 500 freestyle in a tri-meet against Westminster Academy and Coral Springs Charter.


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FABIAN LYON


The North Broward Prep boys’ golf team shot its best team score of the season, defeating Delray American Heritage 162-197 Monday afternoon at the par-36 Osprey Point golf course.

The Eagles (4-7) were led by Justian Shiao, who shot a 38. His score was good enough for a tie atop the leaderboard with Jake Francis of Coral Springs Christian. The Crusaders participated Monday but did not have enough golfers to register a team score.

Close behind Shiao and Francis were Morgan Gardner of Coral Springs Christian and North Broward Prep’s Jeremey Rauch. Both carded a 39.

David Bench and Adam Cohn rounded out the afternoon with scores of 42 and 43 for the Eagles.

Two of North Broward Prep’s four wins on the season have come against Delray American Heritage.

The team is back at it Wednesday as it faces Pope John Paul II at Quail Ridge.

VOLLEYBALL

•  Douglas d. Cypress Bay 25-19, 25-27, 25-14, 25-15: Kirsten Kuhl 26 assists, 12 kills, 8 digs, 5 blocks, 5 points. DOUG 14-1.

•  St. Thomas Aquinas d. South Broward 25-5, 25-7, 25-15: Jennifer Tuzzolino 6 kills, 4 blocks, ace. STA 14-3.

•  Coral Glades d. Taravella 13-25, 25-19, 25-23, 15-25, 15-6: For TAR: Ashley Smith 14 kills, 8 points, 14 digs. Lauren Sciliano 21 points, 7 aces, 25 digs. Katie Ledbetter 10 kills, 18 assists, 2 blocks.

•  Sagemont d. Coral Spring Christian 25-16, 25-18, 26-24: Nikki Rodriguez 35 assists, 5 points, 5 digs. Pilar Irarrazabal 16 kills, 11 digs, 5 points. SAGE 10-11.

LATE SATURDAY — CHAMINADE VOLLEYBALL INVITATIONAL

GOLD DIVISION

• Ransom Everglades d. Pompano Beach 25-12, 25-11.

• Palmer Trinity d. Chaminade 25-15, 23-25, 15-12.

• Third-Place Match – Chaminade d. Pompano Beach 25-20, 25-21.

• Championship Match – Ransom Everglades d. Palmer Trinity 25-15, 25-18.

SILVER DIVISION

• Southwest d. West Broward 26-24, 25-13.

• Western d. Hollywood Hills 22-25, 25-23, 15-9.

• Third-Place Match – Hollywood Hills d. West Broward 25-18, 9-25, 15-13.

• Championship Match – Western d. Southwest 25-23, 25-21.

BRONZE DIVISION

• St. Andrews d. Sagemont Academy 25-16, 25-9.

• Cypress Bay d. Archbishop McCarthy 25-18, 25-19.

Third-Place Match – Sagemont d. Archbishop McCarthy 25-17, 23-25, 15-13.

• Championship Match – St. Andrews d. Cypress Bay 25-18, 24-26, 15-9.

COPPER DIVISION

• North Broward Prep d. Nova 25-14, 22-25, 15-5.

• Coral Springs Christian d. Westminster Academy 25-20, 25-20.

• Third-Place Match – Westminster Academy d. Nova 25-21, 25-19.

• Championship Match – Coral Springs Christian d. North Broward Prep 25-23, 25-18.

FOOTBALL POLL

The Associated Press Top 10 Florida high school football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records, rating points and previous rankings:

Class 8A

RecordPts Prv
1. Dr. Phillips (15) 6-01591
2. Plant (1) 4-11402
3. Lake Brantley5-11045
4. Timber Creek5-01026
5. Killian4-1634
6. Columbus4-2 607
7. Lake Mary6-05610
8. Fletcher5-0543
9. Palm Beach Gardens4-1488
10. Cypress Bay4-1439

Others receiving votes: South Plantation 24, South Dade 10, Miramar 7, Vero Beach 6, Apopka 4.

Class 7A

RecordPtsPrv
1. Manatee (16)5-01601
2. Dwyer5-01422
3. First Coast6-01293
4. Lakeland6-0995
5. Lincoln5-0916
6. Fort Pierce Central5-0827
7. Kissimmee Osceola6-0539
8. St. Thomas Aquinas3-2514
9. Fleming Island5-1318
10. Countryside5-11710

Others receiving votes: Durant 15, Venice 5, Oakland Park Northeast 3, Oviedo 2.

Class 6A

RecordPtsPrv
1. Gainesville (14)6-01581
2. Armwood (1)5-11312
3. St. Augustine5-01084
4. Naples6-0966
5. Miami Central (1)3-2875
6. Columbia5-1797
7. Lake Gibson6-065
8. Largo6-0628
9. New Smyrna Beach5-026
10. Winter Haven4-1183

Others receiving votes: Miami Carol City 15, Miami Northwestern 15, Navarre 9, South Fort Myers 6, South Fork 4, Pace 1.

Class 5A

RecordPtsPrv
1. Palmetto (14)6-01551
2. Pasco6-01362
3. Wakulla (2)6-01263
4. Robinson5-0985
5. Norland5-1914
6. Godby5-0817
7. American Heritage4-1776
8. West Florida6-0548
9. Lakewood5-0389
10. Jackson5-12010

Others receiving votes: Merritt Island 2, Lake Wales 1, Ponte Vedra 1.

Class 4A

RecordPtsPrv
1. Booker T. Washington (12)4-11551
2. South Sumter (4)6-01362
3. Bolles5-11283
4. Raines5-01054
5. Cocoa3-2735

Others receiving votes: Yulee 30, Jones 7, East Gadsden 6.

Class 3A

RecordPtsPrv
1. Delray American Heritage (12)5-01551
2. University School (4)5-01462
3. Madison County5-01313
4. Berkeley Prep6-0974
5. Cardinal Newman6-0615

Others receiving votes: Orlando The First Academy 20, Clearwater Central Catholic 12, Fort Meade 6, Pensacola Catholic 6, Trinity Christian-Jacksonville 6.

Class 2A

RecordPtsPrv
1. North Florida Christian (13)4-11541
2. Dade Christian (1)6-01383
3. Glades Day (1)5-11204
4. Warner Christian (1)5-11125
5. Lake Mary Prep6-059

Others receiving votes: Admiral Farragut 31, First Baptist 20, University Christian 6.

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Pompano Beach at Mourning, 7

Western at Cardinal Gibbons, 6

Blanche Ely at Douglas, 6

Dillard at Hallandale, 6

St. Thomas Aquinas at Nova, 7:30

Somerset Academy at American Heritage, 4:30

CROSS-COUNTRY

Dillard, Fort Lauderdale, St. Thomas Aquinas, Stranahan, Boyd Anderson vs. Cardinal Gibbons (Mills Pond Park), 4:30

Hallandale, Hollywood Hills, McArthur, Miramar, South Broward, Western, Cooper City vs. South Plantation (Heritage Park), 4:30

Coral Glades, Douglas, Monarch, Taravella, Coconut Creek vs. Coral Springs (Tradewinds Park), 4:30

Flanagan, Northeast, Plantation, Pompano Beach, Blanche Ely vs. Deerfield Beach (Quiet Waters), 4:30

BOYS’ GOLF

Maverick Invitational at Jacaranda Golf Course, 10 a.m.

Cypress Bay vs. Cardinal Gibbons (Coral Ridge CC), 3:30

Flanagan vs. Cooper City (Flamingo Lakes), 3

Northeast vs. Coral Springs (Coral Springs CC), 3

Douglas vs. Deerfield Beach (Deer Creek), 3

Stranahan vs. Pembroke Pines Charter (Pembroke Lakes), 3

West Broward vs. Plantation (Plantation Preserve), 3

Nova vs. Western (Davie CC), 3

Somerset Academy vs. Miami Country Day (Miami Shores CC), 3

GIRLS’ GOLF

Flanagan vs. Cooper City (Flamingo Lakes), 3

American Heritage vs. Cypress Bay (Lago Mar), 3

Douglas vs. Deerfield Beach (Deer Creek), 3

West Broward vs. Plantation (Plantation Preserve), 3

Nova vs. Western (Davie CC), 3

WEDNESDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

South Florida HEAT vs. Homestead Keys Gate (Harris), 7

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

University School at Gulliver Prep, 7:30

Coral Glades at Cooper City, 6

Hallandale at Everglades, 6

South Broward at McArthur, 6

Fort Lauderdale at Pembroke Pines Charter, 6

Douglas at Piper, 7:30

St. Thomas Aquinas at Plantation, 6

Hollywood Hills at Stranahan, 6

American Heritage at Somerset Academy, 5

BOYS’ GOLF

Westminster Academy, Pompano Beach vs. Cardinal Gibbons (Coral Ridge CC), 3

West Broward vs. Cooper City (Flamingo Lakes), 3

Fort Lauderdale vs. Coral Springs (Coral Springs CC), 3

Cypress Bay vs. Columbus (Hillcrest), 3

Coral Glades vs. Deerfield Beach (Deer Creek), 3

Nova, Flanagan vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (Jacaranda), 3

GIRLS’ GOLF

Somerset Academy vs. Hillel (Greynolds), 4

West Broward vs. Cooper City (Flamingo Lakes), 3

Coral Glades vs. Deerfield Beach (Deer Creek), 3

Flanagan vs. Douglas (Heron Bay), 3

Cypress Bay vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (FTL CC), 3

Gulliver, Western vs. Archbishop McCarthy (Grand Palms), 3:30

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