Flanagan 21, Hallandale 13

Stanley rallies Falcons past Chargers; Heritage’s Rogers wins


Special to The Miami Herald

Flanagan coach Don Simon wanted to put his team in a situation it had never been in before following sophomore quarterback Ryan Stanley’s 9-yard touchdown pass to sophomore Emonee Spence with 1:24 remaining in a tie game against Hallandale.

So, he had the offense go for two, and it delivered.

Running back Christopher Nealy reached the end zone from the wildcat formation as the host Falcons went on to win their homecoming game 21-13 on Friday.

When the Chargers (2-4) got the ball back trailing, 14-13, freshman linebacker Khalil Roan intercepted quarterback Tyler Huntley — his third mistake of the night — and returned it 26 yards for the score.

Hallandale led 6-0 at the half on a pair of field goals by senior Kevin Guzman from 24 and 26 yards. On their first scoring drive, the Chargers went 3 for 4 on third down, including a pair of conversions of 10 yards or more to go.

The Falcons (5-2), which now ride a three-game winning streak, knotted the score with 5:01 left in the third quarter on Nealy’s 1-yard run from the wildcat, but couldn’t take the lead as junior Giancarlo Bonilla’s extra point was blocked.

Senior Jonathon Jackson’s 35-yard interception return for a touchdown with 25 seconds to go in the third helped Hallandale regain a 13-6 advantage. It marked the second time Stanley was picked off on the night. The other time, the Chargers returned it for a touchdown, but it was called back by a penalty.


Daesha Rogers, American Heritage’s eighth-grade track star, crossed the finish line first, clocking in at 19 minutes 33 seconds.

But John A. Ferguson High was still able to get the victory at the Junior Orange Bowl Invitational once again for the third season in a row.

•  Girls’ Team Results: 1. Ferguson 32; 2. Carrollton 67; 3. American Heritage Ms/Hs 104; 4. Coral Reef 148; 5. Doral Academy166; 6. South Dade 182; 7. Miami Northwestern 186; 8. Miami Central 229; 9. Miami Coral Park 295; 10. Miami Beach 310 – Individual Results: 1.Daesha Rogers (AH) 19:33.96; 2. Katrina Santiago (FER) 19:36.96; 3. Lea Tardanico (VAR) 19:50.36; 4. Rachelle Alexander (AH) 19:52.63; 5. Aylwyn Hernandez (FER) 19:59.82; 6. Maria Balcazar (CAR) 20:15.43; 7. Stephanie de la Gua (FER) 20:16.80; 8. Sophia Miguez (CAR) 20:20.29; 9. Samara TayloR (CR) 20:25.36; 10. Emily Hernandez (FER) 20:27.25; 11. Calyope Ortega (AH) 20:29.55; 12. Lauren Gavulic (FER) 20:30.84; 13. Rachel Licea (FER) 20:51.48; 14. Melanie Villalobos (DA) 20:53.80; 15. Lianna Farnesi (DA) 20:54.38.

•  Boys’ Team Results: 1. Belen Jesuit Prep 33; 2. Miami Sunset 63; 3. Christopher Columbus HS 82; 4. Ferguson 153; 5. John I. Leonard 160; 6. Key West 229; 7. Varela 232; 8. Miami Coral Park 266; 9. Coral Reef 269; 10. Coral Gables 311 – Individual Results: 1. Avery Lopez (BJP) 15:55.05; 2. Daniel Fernandez (COL) 16:06.43; 3.Nick Diaz (MS) 16:11.94; 4. Fabian Tomas (BJP) 16:15.05; 5. Salvador Medrano (JL) 16:16.17; 6. Kenny Castro (MS) 16:20.02; 7. Ryan Rodriguez (BJP) 16:26.23; 8. Convey Kurt (CF) 16:29.08; 9. Michael Magoulas (BJP) 16:34.88; 10. Charlie Bengston (JL) 16:37.51; 11. Anthony Deleva (CG) 16:41.86; 12. Andres Fernandez (BJP) 16:48.96; 13. Ronny Greenup (MS)16:51.51; 14. Malik Gunter(MS) 16:51.99; 15. Pedro Hernandez (COL) 16:59.40


•  Sagemont d. University 25-11, 25-15, 25-21: Megan Bodden 12 points, 10 digs, 8 kills. Katelyn Barclay (US) 25 digs, 2 kills. Brooke Osceola (US) 9 digs, 16 assists. SAG 12-11.


•  North Broward Prep 187, Oxbridge Academy 209: H. Leiner 40, P. Restoy 45, M. Anderson 48, S. Shi 48, C. Kirk 49, M. Nadal 53, R. Arai 54, B. Benardo 59.


•  American Heritage 291, Benjamin School 307, Cardinal Gibbons 315, St. Andrews 325, Cypress Bay 334, King’s Academy 337, St. Thomas Aquinas 355 (29th Annual Benjamin Invitational at Medalist par 72): Jorge Garcia (AH) 70, Kristian Caparros (AH) 73, Matt Mourin (AH) 73, Ryan Jahan (BS) 73, Sean Smothers (CG) 73, Newham (SA) 74, Robert Geibel (AH) 75, Ty Strafaci (AH) 75, Eduardo Arrozola (CB) 75, Ethan Marcus (SA) 76.

•  Chaminade 373, Key West 381 (Hill Crest par 72): Eban DeRoche (KW) 77, Doug Schoeller (CHAM) 85, Chase Renner (KW) 85, Sergio Escalante (CHAM) 90, Emma Persinger (CHAM) 91, Willie Niesson (CHAM) 98. CHAM 8-7.



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