Miami-Dade High School roundup

Miami Country Day earns basketball shutout

 

Last week’s best performances

TEAM OF THE WEEK

The Belen cross-country team won its sixth state title in the past seven years by cruising to the Class 3A state crown in Tallahassee. Avery Lopez ran a time of 15:37 to finish fourth and lead the Wolverines.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Quinton Flowers, Jackson, football: Flowers ran for two touchdowns and passed for two more, and had a combined 254 yards to lead the Generals to a 39-23 win at Plantation American Heritage in a Region 4-5A quarterfinal.

Gregory Howell, Coral Gables, football: Howell finished with 107 yards on 14 carries and scored the winning 65-yard TD that helped the Cavaliers rally for a 20-14 win over North Miami Beach in a Region 4-8A quarterfinal.

LaKeith Stafford, Norland, football: Stafford ran for 147 yards and two TDs in the Vikings’ 31-21 win over Dillard in a Region 4-5A quarterfinal.

Kathryn Trinka, Ransom Everglades, girls’ volleyball: Trinka had 17 kills to lead the Raiders in a five-set Class 4A state semifinal loss against Orlando Bishop Moore, the No. 1 ranked team in the nation.

Sylvia Hernandez, Westminster Christian, girls’ volleyball: Hernandez had 19 kills in the Warriors’ Class 3A state semifinal loss to Orlando First Academy.

Kristine Rios, Coral Reef, girls’ volleyball: Rios had eight kills, seven assists and five digs in the Barracudas’ Class 8A state semifinal loss to Winter Park.

Danny Fernandez, Columbus, boys’ cross-country: Fernandez ran a time of 15:43.29 to finish third in the Class 4A state meet.

Nick Diaz, Sunset, boys’ cross-country: Diaz ran a time of 15:45.96 to finish fifth at the Class 4A meet and help the Knights finish fourth.

Katrina Santiago, Ferguson, girls’ cross-country: Santiago ran a time of 18:49.60 to finish eighth at the Class 4A state meet.

Lauren Archer, Ransom, girls’ cross-country: Archer finished sixth in the Class 2A meet with a time of 18:56.62.

Katelyn Martinez, Braddock, girls’ basketball: Martinez had 10 points and 22 rebounds to lead the Bulldogs to a win against Ferguson.

Erik Zorrilla, Southwest, wrestling: Zorrilla scored a pin in 28 seconds to lead the Eagles over Coral Reef.

Juan Marquez, Sunset, boys’ soccer: Marquez had three goals and three assists in two victories against South Miami and Southridge.

Camila Ardila, Doral, girls’ soccer: Ardila scored three goals to lead the Firebirds to a 4-3 win over Chaminade.


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ANDRE FERNANDEZ


When you see the word “shutout” in the midst of high school’s winter sports season, it is usually associated with a soccer match.

On Monday afternoon, the Miami Country Day girls’ basketball team did not allow a point in its home opener, an 82-0 victory over Doctors Charter.

Stephanie Mackenzie led the charge with a double-double of 24 points and 10 steals for the Spartans (3-0).

Miami Country Day began the season with road wins at Pine Crest and Palm Beach Central, and now has an 82-point home victory to add to its early résumé.

•  Miami Country Day 82, Doctors Charter 0 – MCD (3-0): Mackenzie 24, Swaby 12, B.Blot 6, Lewis 6, Minott 9, L.Blot 7, Edwards 5, Kotalik 9, Alvarez 2, Bauson 2. Halftime: MCD: 48-0. Rebounds: Minott 7, Kotalik 7. Assists: Lewis 9. Steals: Mackenzie 10.

More basketball

•  Lourdes 87, Sunset 19 – LOU (3-0): Minnervino 25, Sosa 18, Vidal 17, Campanella 12, Nunez 7, De Armas 4, Cristobal 2, Farinas 2. SUN: Espinosa 8, Perez 7, Portuondo 2, Bennett 2. Halftime: LOU 59-13. Three-pointers: Sosa 4, Minnervino 2, Perez 1. Rebounds: Nunez 9. Assists: Minnervino 6. Steals: Minnervino 8. Fouled out: Espinosa.

•  Palmer Trinity 58, Miami Beach 51 – PT (4-0): James 8, Smith 10, Hebb 4, Granada 18, Parten 12, Pino 6. MB (3-1): Morgan 17, Reque 11, Henry 17, Nedrick 6. Halftime: PT 33-22. Three-pointers: Granada, Smith, Pino, Henry, Reque 2, James. Rebounds: Parten 16. Assists: Granada 4. Steals: Smith, Granada, James, Hebb, Gonzalez 2.

•  Palmetto 34, La Salle 30 – PAL (2-1): Bellinghieri 4, Villoch 1, Nankin 2, Bistrong 1, Elliot 11, Gross 15. LAS: Moye 6, Lopez 6, Echevarria 4, Tilman 8, Alexyac 2. Halftime: LAS 19-18. Rebounds: Quartin 5. Assists: Bellinghieri 2. Steals: Bellinghieri 5. Blocks: Miyazaki 3.

•  Northwestern 32, Mater Academy 25 – NW: Allen 11, Williams 6, Dawkins 6, Huell 5, Horne 2, Gunn 1, Noble 1. MA: Angulo 17, Lorenzo 4. Dalamon 2, Acosta 1, Pena 1. Rebounds: Williams 12. Steals: Allen 3, Noble 3.

•  Hialeah 40, Southridge 33 – HIA: Hall 9, A. Charles 6, S. Charles 6, Loubeau 5, Casanova 4, McCallam 4, Dormer 2, Ruff 2, Dumorne 2. SR: Kirkland 13, Williams 7, Horn 6, Herbert 3, Wilson 2, McNaiff 2. Halftime: SR 16-14. Three-pointers: Charles 2, Hall, Loubeau, Kirkland. Rebounds:Charles 10. Steals: Hall 4. Assists: Hall 4. Blocks: Charles 3. Foul-out: Wilson.

•  Miami Springs 43, Booker T. Washington 32 – MS: Zapata 11, Acevedo 3, Williams 7, Padrino 14, McKenney 3, Harrell 3, Wood T. 2. Steals: Williams 4. Rebounds: Padrino 11. Blocks: Padrino 3. Assists: McKenney 5.

•  TERRA 57, Carrollton 19 – TER: Leah Friend 12 points, 2 blocks, 2 steals. Kristi Perlberg 10 points, 4 assists, 2 steals. Alexandra Corujo 10 points, 3 blocks. TER 3-0.

•  Late Saturday – Pace 107, Cooper City 92 – MP (1-1): Fisher 33, Duarte 23, Justinen 16, Waite 8, Logan 6, Norvius 3, Desgrieux 2, S. Jean 3, A. Jean 5, Sainvil 4. CC (1-1): Buflin 4, White 3, Palmer 19, Harip 6, Shafmasta 8, Rofrofky 13, Heinc 4, Roberts 11, Sadaka 5, Sigel 20. Rebounds: Fisher 14. Assists: Fisher 10. Steals: Tariq Waite 8.

•  Late Saturday – Florida Christian 32, Boca Raton Yeshiva 29 – FCS: Jimenez 11, Martinez 6, Prinz 3, Wright 4, K. Jim 8. BRY: Betein 14, Harris 2, Citron 9, Lasko 2, Rose 2. Halftime: FC 15-10. Three-pointers: Citron 2. Rebounds: K. Jim 12. Assists: Jimenez 4. Steals: Jimenez 7.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

•  Edison 59, Champagnat 58 – ED (1-0): Dervil 24, King 19, Thelon 11, Oristil 2, Jacques 2, Blue 1. CHA (0-1): R. LaBranche 20, T. LaBranche 14, Nakim 10, Holanda 8, Collie 4, Leadon 2. Halftime: ED 28-26. Three-pointers: King 3, Dervil, Thelon, Holanda 2, T. LaBranche. Rebounds: Thelon 12. Assists: King 6. Steals: Labady 4. Blocks: Grimes 4.

Miami Christian 93, Archimedean 58 – MCs: Ramirez 4, Campos 2, Velasquez 4, Shamyr Borgelin 23, Shamarly Borgelin 16, Castellano 18, Penate 7, Rosario 19. ARC: Bennet 2, Rodriguez 4, Valdez 8, Margetis 21, Orellanos 2, Villasis 4, Gantzios 9, Delgado 6, Alzate 2. Halftime: MCS 49-27. Three-pointers: Margetis 2, Delgado, Borgelin, Shamyr, Castellano 3, Penate 2, Rosario 4. Rebounds: Shamarly Borgelin: 12. Assists: Ramirez 6. Steals: Ramirez 5.

•  South Dade 48, Sunset 29 – SD: Garo 2, Lloyd 4, Fernandez 11, Collins 4, Cooper 17, Birts 2, Wilson 8. SUN: Padilla 14, Montero 1, Fletcher 3, Alvarenga 2, Felipe 4, Delsoler 2, Rosales 3. Halftime: SD 19-12. Three-pointers: Fernandez, Cooper 2, Padilla 2. Rebounds: Cooper, Birts 8. Assists: Birts 7. Steals: Fernandez 7.

•  Jackson 65, Mourning 45 – JACK (1-0): Phillips 17, Chevalier 4, Porter 7, Thompson 15, M. Brown 6, Barnett 2, Neal 5, Negroni 1, Olivero 2, De la Cruz 6. ATM: Carson 14, Rodriguez 4, Arzamon 3, Lima 2, Ribero 10, Fearon 5, Soufront 5, Raymond 2. Three-pointers: Porter, Thompson 2. Assists: Porter 8. Steals: Porter, Phillips 6. Rebounds: Thompson 7.

•  Westminster Christian 57, Sheridan Hills Christian 41 – WC: McLean 9, M. Raine 13, Potter 2, J. Raine 8, Blanco 5, Miller 6, Cronkite 4, Barbato 3, Cutilas 6, Irvin 1. Rebounds: M. Raine 8.

•  Gulliver 81, Coral Shores 40 – GUL (1-0): Antonio Ralat 20 points, 5 assists. Enrique Lafuente 17 points, 4 steals. March Chasin 14 points, 6 rebounds.

•  TERRA 69, MAST Academy 39 – TER (3-0): Zack Munoz 13 points. Edsen Guzman 13 points, 5 rebounds. AJ Morrales 5 steals. MAST (0-1): L. Martinez 10 points.

•  Greater Miami Adventist Academy 58, Divine Savior Academy 37 – GMAA: Natalie Diaz 22 points, 2 rebounds, 5 assists, 8 steals. Roselyn Rodriguez 6 points, 14 rebounds.

•  Late Saturday – Preseason – Westwood 87, St. John Newmann 67 – WWC: Shoon 12, Ramis 16, Conceicao 13, Gonzalez 11, Diaz 4, Chiriboga 1, Joseph 16, Jou 4. Rebounds: Conceicao 11. Steals: Gonzalez, Ramis 4. Assists: Gonzalez 5. Three-pointers: Reyes 3, Gonzalez 3, Ramis 2.

•  Late Saturday – Preseason – Westwood 75, First Baptist Academy 70 – WWC: Shoon 22, Ramis 25, Conceicao 17, Gonzalez 3, Jou 5, Joseph 6. Rebounds: Conceicao, Joseph 10. Steals: Shoon, Ramis 5. Assists: Gonzalez 6. Three-pointers: Ramis 6, Shoon 2.

•  Late Saturday – Preseason – Gulliver 67, IMG 47: Enrique Lafuente 24 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals. Antonio Ralat 18 points, 5 assists, 2 steals. Marc Chasin 9 points, 4 assists, 3 steals.

BOYS’ SOCCER

•  Sunset 2, Reagan 1: Eddy Pineiro 2 goals. Jonathan Diaz assist. SUN 4-0-1. RR 3-2-1.

•  American 1, Varela 0: Diego Arcon goal. William Millan assist. Danny Zuluaga shutout. AM 4-0-1.

•  TERRA 3, St. Brendan 1: Thomas Barreiro 2 goals. Camilo Papagno goal. Cristian Jimenez 2 assists.

•  Miami Country Day 3, Dade Christian 0: Daniel Mendez goal, assist. Joel Meler goal. Rafi Kassin goal. Eduardo Macedo assist. Ricky Gonzalez assist. Mitchell Mosheim shutout. MCD 6-0-1.

•  Westminster Christian 8, Westwood Christian 0: Joey Alamo 3 goals, assist. James Barrios goal, assist. Connor Wooten goal, 2 assists. Zachary Chapel 2 goals. WC 3-0-1.

•  Palmer Trinity 4, Keys Gate 3: Andres Rivas goal. Alejandro Martinez-Oletta goal. PT 5-0-2.

•  American Heritage 0, Gulliver 0: Ryan Shellow (GUL) shutout. Suarez (AH) shutout. AH 5-0-1. GUL 4-0-1.

•  Archbishop Curley 2, Coral Springs Christian 0: Heriberto Patino goal. Dylan Foster goal. Kerwins Mathurin shutout.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

•  Mater Academy 4, Miami Beach 2: Elexus Martin 2 goals, assist. Alexis Hogan goal, assist. Saige Griffin goal. MA 10 - 0.

•  Gulliver 4, Palmer Trinity 0: Samantha Earle 2 goals, 2 assists. Hansine Vexlund goal, assist. Vanessa Martinez goal. Natalia Verde assist. Ciara Keane/Sophia Trujillo shutout. GUL 9-0-1.

•  Goleman 8, Homestead 0: Kaley Huguet 3 goals, 2 assists. Melissa Brito 2 goals. Isabel Sutnick 2 goals, assist. GOL 3-5-1.

•  La Salle 3, Somerset 0: Danielle Peña 2 goals. Flor Baldassini goal, assist. Daniella Vidaurretta assist. Alex Alvarido assist. Therese Vidal shutout. LAS 5-0-2.

•  South Miami 2, Braddock 2: Madison Askew goal. Ana Aroix goal. SM 4-3-1.

•  Miami Springs 4, American 0: Alessandra Salazar 2 goals, assist. Annet Cea goal. Sofia De la Puneta goal, assist. MS 7-1-2.

•  Lourdes 3, Southwest 0: Cristina Rodriguez Garcia goal. Bailey Plummer goal. Rebeca Alvarez goal. LOU 6-1.

•  MAST Academy 2, Pace 1: Lexi Arenas goal. Mariana Speckmaier goal. MAST 3-1-1.

•  South Dade 2, Varela 0: Jade Hayes goal. Allie Ingram goal. Brittany Hoskins shutout. SD 6-0-2.

•  Braddock 2, South Miami 2: For BRA: Marian Sanchez-Cuevas goal, assist. Diane Tipps goal. For SM: Madison Askew goal. Ana Aroix goal. SM 4-3-1.

•  Cardinal Gibbons 4, Mater Lakes Academy 0: Mackenzie Crittenberger 2 goals, assist. Leslie Novakovic goal, assist. Francesca DeNicola goal, assist. CG 4-0-2.

•  Dade Christian 1, Miami Country Day 0: Amanda Martin goal. Karyna Gastesi assist. Julie Ramos shutout. DC 5-1-1.

•  Late Saturday – Palmer Trinity 6, Colonial Christian 2: Lucas Pagano 2 goals, 2 assists. Alejandro Rodriguez-Santill goal, assist. Alejandro Martinez-Oletta goal, assist. Vitor Pagano 2 goals, assist. PT 5-0-2.

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Miami Beach at Goleman, 7:30

Westland at Belen, 7:30

Reagan at Coral Gables, 7:30

Hialeah Gardens at Hialeah, 7:30

Northwestern at Homestead, 7:30

Krop at Carol City, 7:30

Hialeah-Miami Lakes at Central, 5

Columbus at Coral Park, 7:30

American Prep at Edison, 5:30

South Dade at Jackson, 7:30

Southwest at Killian, 7:30

Mater Academy at Norland, 7:30

Florida Christian at Palmetto, 7:30

Varela at Sunset, 7:15

Booker T. at North Miami Beach, 7:30

American at North Miami, 7:30

St. Brendan at TERRA, 7:30

Archbishop McCarthy at La Salle, 7

Barrington Christian at Keys Gate, 5

Dade Christian at Miami Christian, 6:30

Princeton Christian at Hebrew Academy (Scott Rakow), 8

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Sheridan Hills Christian at Florida Christian, 6

Key West at Gulliver, 7

Doral Academy at La Salle, 4

Booker T. Washington at Edison, 3:30

Archbishop Curley at Palmer Trinity, 5

Carrollton at Ransom Everglades, 3:30

Coral Park at South Miami, 5

Dade Christian at Westminster Christian, 6:30

WRESTLING

Ferguson at Southwest, 7

BOYS’ SOCCER

American at Goleman, 3:30

Westland Hialeah at Belen Jesuit, 3:30

Coral Gables at Ferguson, 3:30

South Miami at Braddock, 3:30

Reagan at Hialeah (Milander), 8

North Miami at Hialeah Gardens, 4

Homestead at Hialeah-Miami Lakes, 3:30

Miami Springs at Mater Academy Charter, 5:30

Krop vs. Miami Beach (Memorial), 4

Killian at Palmetto, 3:30

North Miami Beach at Miami High, 4

Varela at Southridge, 4

Edison at Mourning, 5:30

Archemedian at Palmer Trinity, 4

West Christian at Somerset Charter, 6

Coral Reef at South Dade, 4

Columbus at Southwest, 4

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Homestead at Booker T. Washington, 3:30

Miami Country Day at Carrollton, 3:30

Dade Christian at Coral Reef, 4

Palmer Trinity at Doral Academy, 4

Coral Shores at Florida Christian, 4

Ransom Everglades at Gulliver, 4

Reagan at Hialeah (Milander), 6

North Miami at Hialeah Gardens, 2

Hialeah-Miami Lakes at Mater Academy, 3:30

Archbishop Carroll at Mater Lakes, 4

Krop at Miami Beach, 2

North Miami Beach at Miami High, 2

Edison at Mourning, 3:30

Pine Crest at Princeton Christian, 4

Westminster Christian at Somerset Charter, 4

St. Brendan at TERRA, 3:30

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