Miami-Dade High School Roundup

Gulliver girls, Belen boys win swim meet

 

Last week’s best performances

TEAM OF THE WEEK

The Ransom Everglades girls’ volleyball team defeated Pompano Beach and Palmer Trinity to capture the Gold Division of the Chaminade Cares Volleyball Tournament. Setter Nikki Colonna, outside hitter Katherine Trinka and middle blocker Erika Sklaver all earned All-Tournament honors. Sklaver was named the MVP with 32 kills, 20 service points, eight blocks, three aces, three digs and three assists.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Freddy Leroy, North Miami Beach, football: Leroy ran 40 times for 285 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Chargers to a 40-27 win over Krop.

Charles Romane, North Miami, football: Romane finished with 139 yards rushing, 68 yards receiving and two touchdowns to lead the Pioneers to a 21-2 win over Hialeah.

Nathaniel Rub, Hillel, football: Rub finished with 148 combined yards rushing and receiving and two combined touchdowns to lead the Hurricanes over Northwest Christian.

Ali Yao, Doctors Charter, volleyball: Yao had 24 assists and 19 digs to lead Doctors Charter to a win over Miami Country Day.

Taylor David, Palmetto, volleyball: David had eight kills and five aces to lead the Panthers to a pivotal win over district rival Coral Reef.

Juliana Calienes, St. Brendan, volleyball: Calienes had 20 kills to lead the Sabres to a tough win over Key West.

Avery Lopez, Belen, boys’ cross-country: Lopez posted a time of 15:43 to lead the Wolverines to the championship of the FSU Pre-State Invitational.

Lea Tardanico, Varela, girls’ cross-country: Tardanico finished with a time of 20:04.94 to win the Viper Invitational.

Maxwell Wood, Coral Gables, boys’ swimming: Wood won the 200- and 500-freestyle races to lead the Cavaliers over Krop.

Namilla Sanchez, Gulliver, girls’ swimming: Sanchez won the 200 free and 100 fly in a win over Miami Country Day.

Juan Yumar, Columbus, boys’ golf: Yumar shot a 73 to win the GMAC individual title and lead the Explorers to the team title.

Franchesca De La Torre, Palmetto, girls’ golf: De La Torre shot a 77 to win the GMAC individual championship.

Jason Gonzalez, Columbus, boys’ bowling: Gonzalez bowled a 627 series to lead the Explorers over Coral Park.

Melissa Perez, Ferguson, girls’ bowling: Perez bowled a 718 to lead the Falcons over Southwest.


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ANDRE C. FERNANDEZ


Gulliver hosted a dual swim meet Monday in which its boys’ team matched up against Belen while the girls faced off against Lourdes. The girls came away victorious, winning 193-91, but the boys weren’t as fortunate, dropping their meeting with the Wolverines 191-95.

It was a collective effort for the Raiders’ girls’ team as it swept the three relays it swam against Lourdes, winning the 200- and 400-freestyle relay plus the 200 medley.

Katjia Rocha and Namilla Sanchez each won two individual races to contribute to the win. Sanchez won the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke, and Rocha won the 200 IM and the 500 freestyle.

It was a different story when the Gulliver boys swam against Belen. Jonathan Chow was the only Raider to win a race — the 100 freestyle with a time of 51.78.

Jose Alvarez was dominant in short-distance races for the Wolverines, taking the crown in the 100 butterfly and the 100 breaststroke.

The Belen boys also won the three relay races Monday.

Boys’ Results: 200 medley: Belen 1:42.73. 200 free: Julian F. Ballestas (BEL) 1:50.01. 200 IM: Manuel G. Lopez (BEL) 2:07.26. 50 free: Ryan J. Guso (BEL) 22.64. 100 butterfly: Jose W. Alvarez (BEL) 52.81. 100 free: Jonathan Chow (GUL) 51.78. 500 free: Miguel A. Basalo (BEL) 5:09.24. 200 relay: Belen 1:31.31. 100 back: Boleck De Pawlikowski (BEL) 54.52. 100 breast: Alvarez 1:03.75. 400 relay: Belen 3:18.55.

Girls’ Results: 200 medley: Gulliver 2:03.31. 200 free: Alexander Guerra (GUL) 2:12.37. 200 IM: Katjia Rocha (GUL) 2:21.70. 50 free: Camila Schafer (GUL) 27.27. 100 butterfly: Janet Araque (LOU) 1:05.30. 100 free: Namilla Sanchez (GUL) 59.24. 500 free: Rocha 5:47.20. 200 relay: Gulliver 1:54.10. 100 back: Sanchez 1:05.98. 100 breast: Rebecca Serrano (GUL) 1:15.11. 400 relay: Gulliver 4:09.71.

VOLLEYBALL

•  Hialeah-Miami Lakes d. Krop 25-19, 25-21, 25-10: Arelis Rodriguez 8 kills, 11 digs. Elyanis Diaz 18 digs. Danelis Delgado 4 kills, 5 digs, 8 aces. Isabella Perez 18 assists. HML 12-3.

•  American d. Booker T. Washington 25-11, 25-8, 25-17: Kiera Whitehead 6 kills, 2 digs. Kayla Incera 11 assists. Nina Ortiz 2 kills.

•  Mater Academy d. Westland Hialeah 25-5, 25-8, 25-13: Katie Sanchez 13 aces, 8 kills. Kourtney Lesperance 8 aces, 10 kills. Alexa Sinche 4 aces, 4 kills. MA 11-2.

•  Late Saturday – Ransom Everglades d. Pompano Beach 25-12, 25-11 (Gold Division of Chaminade Volleyball Invitational).

•  Late Saturday – Palmer Trinity d. Chaminade 25-15, 23-25, 15-12 (Gold Division of Chaminade Volleyball Invitational).

•  Late Saturday – Ransom Everglades d. Palmer Trinity 25-15, 25-18 (Gold Division of Chaminade Volleyball Invitational – Championship Match).

•  Late Saturday – Southwest d. West Broward 26-24, 25-13 (Silver Division of Chaminade Volleyball Invitational).

•  Late Saturday – Western d. Southwest 25-23, 25-21 (Silver Division of Chaminade Volleyball Invitational – Championship Match).

•  Late Friday – Doctors Charter d. Miami Country Day 22-25, 20-25, 25-21, 25-23, 15-9: Ali Yao 24 assists, 19 digs, 4 aces. Brianna Bruny 17 digs, 7 kills, 4 blocks, 4 aces. Carol Sayori Assato 32 digs, 19 kills, 5 aces. DOC 10-2.

BOYS’ SWIMMING

•  American 56, Goleman 26, Westland Hialeah 8: Roger Capote (AM) won 500 free, 100 breast. Ryan Capote (AM) won 50 free, 100 free. Rafael Mata (AM) won 200 free. AM 7-2.

GIRLS’ SWIMMING

•  American 57, Goleman 21, Westland Hialeah 9: Melissa Alban (AM) won the 200 free. Maria Fung (AM) won 500 free, 200 IM. Omaira German (AM) won 100 fly, 50 free. AM 8-1.

GIRLS’ GOLF

•  Lourdes 227, Hialeah Gardens 238, Sunset 242: Alexa Lavernia (HG) 52. Nicole Garcia Rivera (LOU) 54. Nati Quiros (LOU) 55.

•  Palmetto 190, Coral Reef 205, Ferguson, 285 (at Palmetto GC par 37): Gabby Montes (PAL) 42, Molly Barlow (PAL) 44. Krystal Farinas (CR) 49.

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

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

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Coral Shores at Archbishop Carroll, 5:30

Palmer Trinity at Archbishop Curley, 5:30

Pompano Beach at Mourning, 7

Braddock at Lourdes, 7:15

Southwest at Coral Park, 5

Keys Gate at Dade Christian, 5:30

Calusa Prep at Divine Savior, 7

Reagan at Goleman, 5

Krop at Hialeah, 7

Coral Reef at Killian, 5

MAST at La Salle, 4

Miami Beach at Miami High, 5

Coral Gables at Miami Springs, 5

Florida Christian at Monsignor Pace, 4

Carol City at North Miami, 5

American at North Miami Beach, 5

Miami Christian at Princeton Christian, 2

Doral Academy at Ransom Everglades, 5

South Dade at Southridge, 5

Miami Country Day at St. Brendan, 7:30

TERRA at Carrollton, 5

Miami Palmetto at Varela, 7:15

CROSS-COUNTRY

Northwestern, Hialeah Gardens, Mourning at Krop, 3:30

Westland Hialeah, Coral Park, Coral Gables vs. Braddock (Larry & Penny), 4:15

SWIMMING

Keys Gate, Doctors Charter at Miami Country Day, 4:30

South Miami vs. Coral Reef (Cutler Ridge), 3:30

Mourning at MAST, 4

Hialeah-Miami Lakes vs. Hialeah (Milander), 4

Killian, Sunset vs. Southwest (Tamiami), 3:30

Krop vs. North Miami Beach (Victory Pool), 3:30

BOYS’ GOLF

Miami Beach vs. Goleman (CC of Miami), 3:30

Braddock, American vs. Krop (Hillcrest CC), 3:30

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

Ferguson vs. Coral Reef (Palmetto), 3:30

Killian, Sunset vs. South Dade (Redland), 3:30

GIRLS’ GOLF

Ferguson vs. Coral Reef (Palmetto), 3:30

BOWLING

Killian vs. Braddock (Bird Bowl), 3

Columbus vs. Sunset (Bird Bowl), 3

South Dade vs. TERRA (Bird Bowl), 3

Coral Park vs. Ferguson (Bird Bowl), 3

Coral Reef vs. South Miami (Bird Bowl), 3

Palmetto vs. Southwest (Bird Bowl), 3

Miami High vs. Hialeah-Miami Lakes (AMF Pem. Pines), 3

Miami Beach vs. North Miami (AMF Pem. Pines), 3

American vs. Krop (AMF Pem. Pines), 3

American vs. Hialeah Gardens (AMF Pem. Pines), 3

Goleman vs. Mourning (AMF Pem. Pines), 3

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