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Douglas girls’ soccer prevails against Pembroke Pines Charter in battle of unbeatens

 

Last week’s best performances

Team of the week

Sophomore standout Jordan Scarlett rushed for 253 yards and three touchdowns as the University School football team (10-0) exacted revenge for its loss to 2011 Class 3A state champion American Heritage-Delray with a 34-17 come-from-behind victory in the Region 4-3A finals.

Athletes of the week

Darrion Allen, Blanche Ely, boys’ basketball: Allen scored 11 of his 13 points, highlighted by a momentum-swinging dunk in the pivotal second quarter, to help the reigning Class 7A State champion Tigers turn back archrival Dillard 65-54.

Yarisbeth Bradfield, Archbishop McCarthy, girls’ soccer: Bradfield scored both goals as the Mavericks (7-2) beat nemesis Cardinal Gibbons 2-0.

Matt Dayes, Cypress Bay, football: Dayes scored three touchdowns to help the Lightning (10-2) roll over its nemesis Miramar 34-14 in the Region 3-8A semifinals.

Alex Artaza and Austin Katz, Western, boys’ basketball: Artaza’s three-pointer forced overtime, and Katz had a game-high 19 points and 14 rebounds to help the Wildcats stun perennial state power Boyd Anderson 60-58 in overtime.

Steve Etienne and Kevin Gomez, Coral Springs, boys’ soccer: Etienne and Gomez each scored a goal to lead the Colts (2-1) over Flanagan 3-2.

Ebony Griffin, Sagemont, girls’ basketball: Griffin had a game-high 14 points and 20 rebounds to lead the visiting Lions over Hialeah 52-35.

John O’Korn, St. Thomas Aquinas, football: The Houston commit threw for 201 yards, including a 48-yard touchdown pass, and ran for another score to help the Raiders (10-2) beat visiting Plantation 38-7 in the Region 4-7A semifinals.

Brandon Danzansky and Jonathon Bell, Pine Crest, boys’ soccer: Danzansky and Bell each scored to lead the Panthers (5-2) over archrival North Broward Prep 2-1.

Rickae Jinks, Miramar, girls’ basketball: The 6-2 Tulsa signee had a game-high 21 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Patriots (1-0) over Cooper City 74-39.

Derrick Tindal, Boyd Anderson, football: Tindall had two key interceptions to help the Cobras (9-2) upset Palm Beach Dwyer 6-3 in the Region 4-7A semifinals.

Vanessa Agudelo, Douglas, girls’ soccer: Agudelo’s goal led the Eagles (8-0) over Cypress Bay 1-0.

Nick Thorn, Archbishop McCarthy, boys’ basketball: Thorn had a game-high 18 points to help the Mavericks hold off host Miami LaSalle 56-53.


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Behind a career-high four goals from Brianna Raaf, the Douglas girls’ soccer team won a battle of two unbeaten teams, defeating Pines Charter 6-2 at Silver Lakes North Park on Monday night.

“It’s a game that we kind of had circled on our schedule,” Douglas coach Stu Katz said. “We were looking forward to it. [Pines Charter’s] always a tough team.”

Katz says his Eagles (9-0) had to play a more physical style than they’re accustomed to in order to pull this one out.

“We can play good soccer, but we can out-muscle teams and out-hustle teams as well,” he said.

Raaf, the senior committed to UCF, now has 20 goals on the season. Her four goals served as a solid bounce-back effort after being shut out for the first time all year in Douglas’ last game, a 1-0 win against Cypress Bay.

Mya Goodman and Kayla Faulkner each scored a goal for Pines Charter (9-1).

Douglas is looking to repeat as District 11-5A champions and expand on previous success.

Last year the team reached regional semifinals before running into eventual state-champion St. Thomas Aquinas.

MORE GIRLS’ SOCCER

•  North Broward Prep 5, Pope John Paul II 1: Christine Creighton 2 goals, assist. Savanna Greeley 2 goals, assist. Emma Dineen goal. Kelsey Blow assist. Rachel Blow assist. Nikki Giordano assist. NBP 6-2-1.

Cooper City 4, Nova 1: Bailee Abrahamoff 2 goals. Madison Correa goal. Casey Devito goal. CC 6-2.

•  Pine Crest 3, Coral Springs Charter 2: Julia Moore 2 goals. Jordan Elliot goal. Jasmine Docal assist. PC 6-3-2.

BOYS’ SOCCER

•  Monarch 5, Coral Springs 0: Gabe Menescal 2 goals. Arthur Cardoso 2 goals. Rodrigo Silva 3 assists. Rafael DeJesus 6 saves, shutout. MON 5-0-1.

•  Pine Crest 0, Gulliver 0: Steven Goldberg (PC) shutout. PC 5-2-1.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

•  Hillel 48, Posnack 18 – HIL: Burstyn 10, Wainer 10, Kaswan 12, Paniry 2, Franco 4, Orion 4, Sredni 2, Fromzion 2. Halftime: HIL 21-13. Three-pointers: Burstyn 2, Wainer, Kaswan 3. Rebounds: Fromzion 8. Assists: Burstyn, Wainer, Kaswan 4. Steals: Franco 3. Blocks: Fromzion 3.

•  Sagemont 81, Pace 44 – SAGE (2-0): Horne 13, Marshall 2, Cooper 6, Jurko 12, Kirby 10, McCray 1, Koulechov 19, Delaruelle 10, Serpa 4, Kande 4. MP: Morrison 2, Fisher 25, Tyrik 6, Guest 2, Moore 5, Rudolph 1, Drew 3. Rebounds: Koulechov 7. Assists: Jurko, Kirby 5. Steals: Jurko 5.

•  Mater Academy 72, South Florida HEAT 43 – MA (1-1): Joseph 16, Fernandez 10, Lorenzo 10, Mejia 8, Condinanzo 7, Nunez 6, Adderley 5, Montilla 2, Forte 2, M. Fernandez 4, Canda 2. HEAT: Munoz 2, R. Munoz 21, Murphy 2, Quiros 2, Morales 5, Lopez 2, Marines 8. Halftime: MA 32-17. Rebounds: Nunez 10. Assists: Nunez, Fernandez, Condinanzo, Lorenzo 3. Three-pointers: Lorenzo, R. Munoz, Morales. Steals: Fernandez 7.

•  Key West 64, Barrington Christian 41 – KW: Scott 25, Thompson 16. BC: Coleman 20, Barreto 18. Three-pointers: Barreto 2. Halftime: KW 38-14. Rebounds: Coleman 15. Assists: Barreto 10.

FOOTBALL SCORES

8A Regional Semifinals

Killian 24, South Dade 0

Apopka 56, Timber Creek 14

Columbus 42, Coral Gables 7

Cypress Bay 34, Miramar 14

Dr. Phillips 24, Plant 7

East Lake 29, Vero Beach 7

Fletcher 28, Sanford Seminole 6

Seminole Ridge 31, Palm Beach Central 7

7A Regional Semifinals

Boyd Anderson 6, Dwyer 3

Fort Pierce Central 40, Martin County 14

Kissimmee Osceola 29, Ridge Community 28

Lincoln 34, Buchholz 21

Manatee 56, Venice 7

Newsome 21, Durant 14

Oviedo 20, Evans 19, OT

St. Thomas Aquinas 38, Plantation 7

6A Regional Semifinals

Armwood 9, Hillsborough 7

Columbia 34, St. Augustine 8

Gainesville 21, Ocala Vanguard 10

Mainland 34, Winter Haven 33

Miami Central 34, Miami Northwestern 7

Naples 42, South Fort Myers 21

Palm Bay 21, Heritage 14

5A Regional Semifinals

Bishop Kenny 44, Baker County 23

Glades Central 26, Merritt Island 10

Godby 14, Wakulla 7

Immokalee 30, East Lee County 12

Lake Wales 17, Palmetto 14

Miami Jackson 30, Miami Norland 21

Pasco 52, Eastside 0

Robinson 22, Lakewood 19

Class 4A Regional Finals

Bolles School 31, South Sumter 24

Cocoa 35, Jones 7

Booker T. Washington 57, Gulliver 0

Yulee 16, East Gadsden 13

Class 3A Regional Finals

Clearwater Central Catholic 10, Tampa Catholic 7

University School 34, Del. Amer. Hrtg. 17

Madison County 17, Pensacola Cath. 14, OT

First Academy 27, Ocala Trinity Cath. 17

Class 2A Regional Finals

Dade Christian 20, Glades Day 14

First Baptist 56, Carrollwood Day 28

Univ. Christian 44, N. Fla. Christian 31

Warner Christian 48, Lake Mary Prep 7

Class 1A Regional Finals

Liberty County 14, Blountstown 7

Newberry 18, Union County 13

Trenton 42, Lafayette 26

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Boyd Anderson at Coconut Creek, 7:30

South Plantation at Flanagan, 7:30

Hollywood Hills at Fort Lauderdale, 7:30

Plantation at McArthur, 7:30

Stranahan at Miramar, 7:30

Cypress Bay at Northeast, 7:30

South Broward at Nova, 7:30

Pines Charter at Archbishop McCarthy, 7:30

Mourning at Pompano Beach, 7:30

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

St. Thomas Aquinas at Cooper City, 6

Coral Glades at Douglas, 6

Dillard at Hallandale, 6

Deerfield Beach at Piper, 6

Pines Charter at Archbishop McCarthy, 6

Calvary Christian at Miami Country Day, 7

American Heritage at Monsignor Pace, 7

BOYS’ SOCCER

Hollywood Hills at Coconut Creek, 5

Cypress Bay at Cooper City, 7

West Broward at Flanagan, 5

Hallandale at Mourning, 7

Blanche Ely at McArthur, 7

Everglades at Miramar, 7

Stranahan at Pompano Beach, 7

Piper at St. Thomas Aquinas, 8

Northeast at South Plantation, 7

Nova at Western, 5

Chaminade at Monsignor Pace, 5

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Coral Springs at Cardinal Gibbons, 5

Cypress Bay at Cooper City, 5

Hallandale at Mourning, 5

Coconut Creek at Hollywood Hills, 4

Blanche Ely at McArthur, 5

Everglades at Miramar, 5

Piper at St. Thomas Aquinas, 6

Boyd Anderson at South Broward, 5

Flanagan at West Broward, 4

Nova at Western, 5

Mater Lakes at Archbishop McCarthy, 4

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