Miami-Dade, Broward high school football games rescheduled


From Miami Herald Staff Reports

The Greater Miami Athletic Conference completed its re-scheduling of football games Friday by moving South Dade’s game against host Southridge to a 7 p.m. kickoff. The game will be part of an 11-game Saturday slate that includes the highly anticipated showdown between Miami Central and Miami Northwestern at Sun Life Stadium at 7:30 p.m.


Ransom Everglades’ girls and Gulliver’s boys won the championships of the District 12-1A meet Wednesday at Ransom.

For Ransom’s girls, it was their seventh district title in a row. Eighth-grader Kyla Valls had a dominant meet, winning the 200 and 500 freestyle and posting winning times of 1:54.50 and 5.07.91, respectively. Valls also helped Ransom on two of the three relays the Raiders won. Alexa Kalandiak also won the 200 IM and 100 butterfly, while participating on the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays. St. Brendan’s Evita Leter won the 100 freestyle and the 100 breaststroke.

Gulliver’s boys won the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays to edge the Ransom boys. La Salle’s Julian Radice won the 500 free and 200 IM.

Girls’ team scores: 1. Ransom 497; 2. Gulliver 319; 3. Carrollton 190; 4. La Salle 178; 5. Doral 177; 6. St. Brendan 171; 7. Westminster Christian 146; 8. Coral Shores 118; 9. TERRA 88; 10. MAST 79; 11. Marathon 50.

Boys’ team scores: 1. Gulliver 474; 2. Ransom 299; 3. Coral Shores 234.5; 4. MAST 216.5; 5. Westminster Christian 197; 6. St. Brendan and TERRA 127; 8. La Salle 121; 9. Doral 119; 10. Marathon 27; 11. Island Christian 8.

Girls’ individual results – 200 medley relay: Ransom 1:50.31; St. Brendan 1:54.01; Carrollton 1:56.75; 200 free: Kyla Valls (RE) 1:54.50; 2. Laine Morgan (RE) 1:58.19; Namilla Sanchez (GUL) 2:00.24; 200 IM: Alexa Kalandiak (RE) 2:11.40; Carlotta Verita (RE) 2:13.93; Kelsea Volland (CS) 2:17.94; 50 free: Nicole Ochoa (LAS) 24.76; Chelsea Johnson (RE) 24.96; Brienne Renfrum (StB) 25.18; 100 fly: Alexa Kalandiak (RE) 59.02; Isabela Reyes-Capo (RE) 1:00.93; Karen Soriano (DOR) 1:04.61; 100 free: Evita Leter (StB) 54.01; Nicole Ochoa (LAS) 54.41; Laine Morgan (RE) 54.48; 500 free: Kyla Valls (RE) 5:07.91; Namilla Sanchez (GUL) 5:13.49; Lizzie Glass (RE) 5:27.38; 200 free relay: Ransom, 1:42.30; Gulliver 1:43.72; Carrollton 1:44.61; 100 back: Brienne Renfrum (StB) 1:00.89; Isabella Antonini (LAS) 1:02.07; Carlota Sanchez (LAS) 1:02.17; 100 breast: Evita Leter (StB) 1:05.31; Annie Valls (RE) 1:05.54; Carlotta Verita (RE) 1:09.32; 400-free relay: Ransom 3:47.37; Westminster Christian 3:53.41; Doral 4:06.61.

Boys’ individual results – 200 medley relay: Gulliver 1:44.72; La Salle 1:55.60; MAST 1:59.05; 200 free: Evin Zekthi (CS) 1:47.94; Luis Santiesteban (CS) 1:49.27; Nick Coyle (RE) 1:49.79; 200 IM: Julian Radice (LAS) 1:58.64; Joseph Perez (DOR) 2:02.13; Mati Junghahn (RE) 2:11.44; 50 free: Ivo Smink (TERRA) 22.49; Ricky Hermida (GUL) 23.17; Fabriccio Letellier (WC) 23.19; 100 fly: Zuhayr Pigot (StB) 51.44; Wayne Denswil (StB) 52.97; Stefano Campana (GUL) 55.50; 100 free: Luis Santiesteban (CS) and Nico Hunghahn (MAST) 49.59; Rodrigo Simoes (GUL) 50.54; 500 free: Julian Radice (LAS) 4:46.92; Nick Coyle (RE) 4:54.69; Hunter Pelletier (GUL) 4:59.67; 200 free relay: Coral Shores 1:33.06; MAST 1:33.35; Gulliver 1:34.00; 100 back: Guy Fernandes (MAST) 56.66; Rodrigo Simoes (GUL) 58.97; Nick Trubetskoy (GUL) 1:00.31; 100 breast: Wayne Denswil (StB) 59.50; Nico Junghahn (MAST) 1:03.17; Joseph Perez (DOR) 1:03.41; 400 free relay: Gulliver 3:23.05; Coral Shores 3:27.32; Ransom 3:31.90.



Northwestern vs. Central (Sun Life Stadium), 7:30

South Dade at Southridge, 7

Coral Reef vs. Palmetto (Traz), 11 a.m.

Carol City vs. Homestead (Traz), 3:30

Ferguson vs. Southwest (Traz), 7:30

Booker T. at Gulliver, 3

Monsignor Pace at Doral, 4

Braddock vs. Varela (Tropical), 7

Champagnat vs. Barrington Chr. (Harris), 7

Berean Christian at Northwest Chr., 7:30

Coral Springs Christian at Palmer Trinity, 1


District 15-8A final at Sunset: 4

District 15-4A final: Carrollton at Ransom, 4

District 16-3A final: Palmer Trinity at Westminster Christian, 7


District 11-1A at Nova Southeastern - Prelims: 9 a.m.; Finals: 5:30



Miami High vs. Coral Gables (Curtis), 4


District 13-8A semifinals at North Miami: 3 and 4:30; Final: 7

District 14-8A final at Reagan: 3:30

District 15-2A semifinals at Westwood Christian: 3 and 4:30; Final: 6.

District 14-2A final at Greater Miami Academy: 4:30



Plantation at St. Thomas Aquinas, 1

Cardinal Gibbons at A. Heritage, 7:30

Pines Charter vs. Stranahan (S. Plant.), 7

Piper vs. Taravella (Coral Glades), 7

Everglades at Cypress Bay, 7

Coral Springs Christian at Palmer Trinity, 1

Somerset at WPB Kings Academy, 1


District 11-1A at Nova Southeastern - Prelims: 9 a.m.; Finals: 5:30



Boyd Anderson at Blanche Ely, 7

Western at Miramar, 7

A. McCarthy vs. Fort Lauderdale (Dillard), 7

Coral Glades at Northeast, 7

Deerfield Beach at Coral Springs, 7

McArthur at Cooper City, 7

Douglas at South Plantation, 7

Hollywood Hills at South Broward, 7

Hallandale at Pompano Beach, 7

Coconut Creek vs. Monarch (Deerfield Beach), 6

Moore Haven at Calvary Christian, 4

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