Broward High Schools Roundup

Pine Crest's Ryan Hager wins individual title at Maverick Invitational


Special to The Miami Herald

Pine Crest’s Ryan Hager finished at 1-under-par to lead a field of 66 golfers Tuesday at the Maverick Invitational hosted by Archbishop McCarthy.

Hager was the only golfer to finish under par at Jacaranda’s par-71 East Course.

Hager attributed his solid performance to a key three-hole stretch early in the back nine when he saved par on 10 and 12 and birdied 11.

“I hit a lot of greens, made it easy on myself, and it worked out,” Hager said. “I didn’t really take the driver out of the bag, so I made it as easy on myself as I could.”

Hager said he was struggling earlier this season but began regaining confidence during Pine Crest’s last match. He shot even par in a nine-hole match on the same course he breezed through on Tuesday.

Hager’s teammate, Steven Chervony, finished in a tie for second with a pair of Columbus Explorers — Eddie Martinez and Julio Betancourt — with a score of 72, but lost a tiebreaker to finish outside the top three.

The Panthers finished second to Columbus in team play, 298-299.

“It’s definitely a good confidence boost,” Hager said. “We were struggling early on in the season, but we beat some good rivals today and are definitely looking forward to bringing it for districts.”

University School (303) and Douglas (306) finished third and fourth. Eleven schools participated.

District tournaments begin Monday, Oct. 15.

•  Columbus 298, Pine Crest 299, University School 303, Douglas 306, Gulliver 309: Ryan Hager (PC) 70, Eddie Martinez (Col) 72, Julio Betancourt (Col) 72, Steven Chervony (PC) 72, Mike Anderson (Doug) 73, Matt Newman (Doug) 73, Jordan Gumberg (US) 74, Jonah Wasserstrom (US) 75, Guillermo Saade (BEL) 75, Brent Weiss (PC) 75, Tyler St. Philip (AM) 76, Juan Yumar (Col) 76, Joe Mizels (US) 76, Federico Daunert (GP) 76, Colin Walkup (SEB) 76.


•  Stranahan 193, Pembroke Pines 230 (at Pembroke Lakes Country Club, Par 36): King (Stran) 36, Simpson (Stran), Sacramento (PPC) 41, Rampersad (Stran) 44, Moses-Cossio (PPC) 49.


•  Oxbridge 204, North Broward Prep 205 (at Osprey Point Golf Course, Par 36): P. Restoy 39 (NBP), C. Kirk (Oxbridge) 45, M. Nadal (Oxbridge) 50, M. Anderson (Oxbridge), R. Arai (NBP) 51; S. Shi (NBP) 54.


•  American Heritage d. Somerset Central 25-9, 25-23, 25-12: Jackie Castellanos 4 kills, 8 service aces, 12 service points, 9 digs. Katie Johnson 20 assists, 5 service aces, 8 service points. Sarah Angulo 8 kills, 7 digs, 3 service points, 2 aces. AH 8-9.

•  Pine Crest d. North Broward Prep 25-12, 25-9, 25-15: Evita Conway 18 kills, 2 aces, 6 digs. Sara Duque 19 digs, 3 assists. Nicole Rosenberg 24 assists, 3 aces, 3 kills, 3 blocks. PC 11-6.

•  Cardinal Gibbons d. Western 26-24, 30-28, 16-25, 9-25, 15-12: Shay Faber 11 assists, 3 digs, 15 service points, 5 aces. Hannah Hillis 7 kills, 2 blocks, 4 digs, 10 service points, 3 aces. Savannah Stones 15 digs, 2 assists, 4 service points, 2 aces. CG 8-8.

•  Chaminade d. Somerset 25-6, 25-6, 25-12: Brianna Little 16 service points, 6 aces, 8 kills. Danielle Palmer - 22 assists, 10 service points, 8 aces. Jordan Palmer 7 kills, 3 service points, 3 aces. CM 16-1.

•  St. Thomas Aquinas d. Nova 25-6, 25-3, 25-8: Kimeko Bennett 4 kills. STA 15-3.

•  Calvary Christian d. Westminster Academy 25-8, 25-23, 25-14: Lindsay Foreman 15 kills, 8 digs. Annie Harley 7 kills, 3 digs. Emily Taylor 17 assists, 5 digs. CalvChr 11-4.

•  Sagemont d. Highlands Christian 25-15, 25-20, 25-20: Pilar Irarrazabal 12 digs, 9 kills, 3 points. Cristina Quintero 9 points, 5 kills, 2 digs. Sag (11-11).


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. PB Gardens4-1488
10. Cypress Bay4-1439

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

Class 7A

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

Class 6A

1. Gainesville (14)6-01581
2. Armwood (1)5-11312
3. St. Augustine5-01084
4. Naples6-0966
5. MIA-Central (1)3-2875
6. Columbia5-1797
7. Lake Gibson6-065
8. Largo6-0628
9. New Smyrna5-026
10. Winter Haven4-1183

Class 5A

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

Class 4A

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

Class 3A

1. Del- Amer.Hrtge (12)5-01551
2. University (4)5-01462
3. Madison County5-01313
4. Berkeley 6-0974
5. Card.Newman6-0615



HEAT vs. Homestead Keys Gate (Harris), 7


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


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

W. Brow. vs. Cooper City (Flamingo Lakes), 3

Ft. Lauderdale vs. C. Springs (Springs CC), 3

Cypress Bay vs. Columbus (Hillcrest), 3

Cor. Glades vs. Deerfield Bch. (Deer Creek), 3

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


Somerset Academy vs. Hillel (Greynolds), 4

W. Broward vs. C. City (Flamingo Lakes), 3

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

Flanagan vs. Douglas (Heron Bay), 3

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

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



Hollywood Hills at South Plantation, 7

Pompano Beach at Coral Glades, 7


Chaminade-Madonna at Mourning, 7

Westminster Christian at Calvary Christian, 7

Nova at Cooper City, 6

Coral Springs at Coral Glades, 7:30

Dillard at American Heritage, 6

Coconut Creek at Flanagan, 6

Deerfield Beach at Monarch, 7:30

Fort Lauderdale at Northeast, 6

North Broward Prep at Pompano Beach, 6

Blanche Ely at Stranahan, 6

South Plantation at Taravella, 6

South Broward at West Broward, 6


Pine Crest Invitational at Mills Pond Park: 8 a.m.


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

Flanagan vs. Nova (FTL CC), 3

Pembroke Pines Charter vs. Western (Davie CC), 3

Calvary Christian, Archbishop McCarthy vs. Chaminade-Madonna ( Hillcrest), 1:30

Somerset Academy vs. Hillel (Greynolds), 4


American Heritage vs. Delray Beach American Heritage (Quail Ridge), 2

West Broward, Flanagan vs. Cypress Bay (Weston Hills), 3

Pembroke Pines Charter vs. Western (Bonaventure), 3

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