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Sagarra, Stringer lead Coral Gables past Doral Academy

 

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Nelly Sagarra led the Coral Gables girls’ soccer team to a 3-2 win over Doral Academy on Wednesday afternoon.

Sagarra made two goals to help the Cavaliers improve their record to 7-2.

Hadley Stringer contributed to the win by adding goal.

MORE GIRLS’ SOCCER

• Coral Park 3, Sunset 2: Maria Vega 2 goals. Nina Torres goal. Maria Ruiz. Assist.

• Mater Academy 8, Monsignor Pace 0: Alexis Rodriguez 2 Goals, 1 Assist. Alexis Hogan 2 Goals. Elexus Martin 1 Goal, 2 Assist. MA 12-0.

• Late Tuesday – Doral 7, Palmer Trinity 0

BOYS’ SOCCER

• Belen 2, Doral Academy 0: Eduardo Valle goal. Frankie De La Camara assist. Alvaro Chirinos 1 goal, Kevin Gonzalez assist. BEL 4-0-2.

• Homestead 2, Ferguson 1: Francy Moreno & Christian Velasquez had one goal each. Jones Cira had 5 saves.

• Gulliver 3, TERRA 1: Adolfo Zambrana goal.

• University 2, Chaminade 2: Andrew Booth and Gaston Becheran had one goal each. US 2-1-1.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

• Miami Springs 36, Coral Park 33 – MS: Zapata 13, Acevedo 5, Padrino 11, McKenney 7. Rebounds: Padrino 11. Assists: McKenney 5. Steals: McKenney 7.

• Reagan 25, Hialeah Gardens 23 – Rea (2-1): Arias 11, Rubio 2, Montoya 4, Cruz 3, Arroyave 3, Castro 2. HG (1-3): Fernandez 8, Herbe 9, Somotriba 3, Garcia 3.

• Florida Christian 49, Mater Academy 38 – FCS (4-1): Jimenez 16, Martinez 9, Prinz 4, Wright 4, K. Jim 6, Donato 2, Saumell 8. MA: Angulo 13, Lorenzo 6, Pena 8, Ordioqui 11. Halftime: MA 28-21. Three-pointers: Angulo 2, Ordiogui 3, Martinez 1, Rebounds: Wright 11, Assists: Jimenez 11, Steals: Jimenez 12.

• Braddock 69, Hialeah-Miami Lakes 17 – Bra: Benedit 26, Martinez 10, Osceola 25, Gianella 2, Fernandez 4, Rojas 2. HML:Dossantos 2, Martinez 4, Williams 2, Pelligrino 2, Roders 5. Rebounds: Osceola 13. Assist: Benedit 7. Steals: Martinez 8.

•  Hialeah 35, Sagemont 52 – SAG: Marshall 21, Griffin 14, Rucker 10, Jones 7. HIA: Hall 14, A. Charles 5, Casanova 4, Loubeau 4, Ruff 4. Halftime: SAG 25-10. Three-pointers: Marshall 5, Hall 2, Charles. Rebounds: Griffin 20. Griffin 3, Smith 3. Steals: Rucker 3. Foul out: Smith, Loubeau.

• Late Tuesday – Northwestern 68, Homestead 45 – NW: Greene 25, Kelly 12, Nottage 16, Manior 2, Curry 2, Griffin 9, Bellamy 2. Hom: Young 12, Mitchell 6, Sanon 8, Harring 2, Ferdirend 2, Joseph 10, Greffraid 2. Halftime: NW 34-19. Three-pointers: Young 4, Greene 3, Kelly 1, Nottage 2. Rebounds: Griffin 11. Assist: Kelly 7, Nottage 7.

• Late Tuesday – Ransom 59, Carrollton 21 – RAN: Crotty 10, Lopez 4, Bakes 10, Oppenheim 2, Schatz 6, Deutch 11, Stern 2, McDowell 2, Keyes 8, Hallman 2, Sheppard 2. CAR: Urquidi 2, McDonnell 15, Ingram-Noel 4. Halftime: Ran 41-9. Three-pointers: McDonnell 5, Bakes 2, Deutch 1. Rebounds: Sheppard 6. Assists: Deutch 3, Erin Bakes 3. Steals: Deutch 3, Bakes 3.

• Late Tuesday – Miami Country Day 54, Coral Springs Christian 32 – CSChr: White 2, Blake 8, Bell 7, Williams 6, Fuller 9. MCD: Mackenzie 15, Swaby 6, B. Blot 7, Lewis 4, Minott 19, Kotalik 3. Three-pointers: Fuller 1, Mackenzie 1, Minott 1. Rebounds: Minott 10. Assists: Lewis 3, Minott 3. Steals: Mackenzie 13. Technicals: White. Foul Out: Williams.

• Late Tuesday – La Salle 43, Doral 33 – LS (3-1): Moye 4, Lopez 2, Echevarria 8, Tilmaan 4, De La Madriz 7, Perez 2, Berry 16. DOR (1-3): Neres 14, Machado 9, Grafals 4, Gomez 6. Rebounds: Echevarria 10. Assists: Tilman 3, Berry 3. Steals: Tilman 3.

• Late Tuesday – Gulliver 60 - Key West 32 – GUL (3-0): J. Westbrooks 14, J. Pagliery 12, J. Pyatt 10, M. Pyatt 6, B. Bahadue 6, C. Wirshing 5, E. Deutch 5, E. Gomez 2. KW (2-1) : Multy 10, Stansburg 5, Graft 2, Marsden 4, Mack 11. Rebounds: J. Pyatt 11. Steals: J. Westbrooks 5. Assists: C. Wirshing 9.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

• Deerfield 81, Coral Glades 21 – DB: Johnson 28, Owens 18, Jenkins 10, Kelly 3, Carpenter 5, Huntley 11, Williams 2, Grant 2, Morgan 2. CG: Martinez 2, Minichiello 4, Okona 11, Levy 1, Engle 3. Halftime: DB 44-19. Rebounds: Williams 9. Assists: Carpenter 8. Steals: Johnson 5.

• Columbus 60, Coral Park 53 – COL (3-0): Minervino 22, O’brien 14. Rebounds: O’brien 8. Assists: Minervino 6.

• Late Tuesday – Coral Gables 50, Reagan 41 – CG: Kirkpatrick 12, Jobe 12, Dawson 9. Rebounds: Kirkpatrick 19. Assists: Kirkpatrick 4. Steals: Kirkpatrick 4.

• Late Tuesday – Hebrew Academy (1-1) 64, Princeton Christian 17 – HA: Esformes 12, Abramowitz 11, Schechter 11, Wachtel 10, Masin 6, Furst 6, DiVeroli 5, Taieb 3, Dahan 2. PC: Hermann 6, Seijas 5, Victoria 4, Thomas 2. Halftime: HEB 43-7. Three-pointers: Hermann 2, Esformes, Abramowitz. Rebounds: Abramowitz 5, Wachtel 5, Dahan 5. Assists: Masin 4. Steals: Abramowitz 4.

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

No events

FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Region 4-8A semifinal at Traz: Columbus vs. Coral Gables, 1

Region 3-8A semifinal: Miramar at Cypress Bay, 7:30

Region 4-7A semifinal: Plantation at St. Thomas Aquinas, 7:30

Region 4-7A semifinal: Boyd Anderson at Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer, 7:30

Region 4-6A semifinal at Traz: Central vs. Northwestern, 7:30

Region 4-5A semifinal at North Miami: Jackson vs. Norland, 7:30

Region 4-4A final at Curtis: Gulliver vs. Booker T. Washington, 7:30

Region 4-3A final at Nova: Delray American Heritage at University School, 7:30

Region 4-2A final: Belle Glade Glades Day at Dade Christian, 7:30

SATURDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Region 4-8A semifinal at Harris: South Dade vs. Killian, 7:30

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Westland Hialeah at Coral Gables, 5

BOYS’ SOCCER

Palmetto at Ransom, 1

WRESTLING

Seahorse Open at Coral Springs Gym

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