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Gary King, Kembrel Dervil combine for 66 points to lead Edison over North Miami Beach

 

Miami-Last week’s best performances

TEAM OF THE WEEK

The Jackson football team recorded its second major playoff victory in as many weeks when it eliminated defending state champion Norland 30-21 in a Region 4-5A semifinal. Quarterback Quinton Flowers and wide receiver Christopher Williams-Hall connected for three touchdowns to lead the Generals to their first regional final since 2006.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Gary Sampson, Dade Christian, football: Sampson had 306 all-purpose yards and the game-clinching interception to lead the Crusaders to a 20-14 Region 4-2A final win over Belle Glade Glades Day.

Mikey Ferro, Columbus, football: Ferro returned an interception for a touchdown, recovered a fumble and deflected a pass that led to another turnover in a 42-7 win over Coral Gables in a Region 4-8A semifinal.

Dalvin Cook, Central, football: Cook ran for 123 yards and three touchdowns on 10 carries to lead the Rockets to a 34-7 win over Northwestern in a Region 4-6A semifinal.

Treon Harris, Booker T., football: Harris threw three touchdown passes and 252 yards on 13 completions to lead the Tornadoes to a 57-0 win over Gulliver in the Region 4-4A final.

Jamaal Burgess, Killian, football: Burgess ran for 111 yards, including a 78-yard score, to lead the Cougars in a 24-0 win over South Dade in a Region 4-8A semifinal.

Richie Spiller, Booker T., boys’ basketball: Spiller had a combined 25 points, 20 rebounds and 18 assists to lead the Tornadoes to wins over North Miami Beach and Krop.

Stephanie Granada, Palmer Trinity, girls’ basketball: Granada had a combined 31 points to lead the Falcons to wins over Miami Beach and Archbishop Curley.

Jevontea Yarbrough, Coral Reef, wrestling: Yarbrough recorded a pin in 1:26 in his 106-weight class match to lead the Barracudas to a win over Killian.

Jones Cira, Homestead, boys’ soccer: Cira had five saves to lead the Broncos to a 2-1 win against Ferguson.

Alexis Hogan, Mater Academy, girls’ soccer: Hogan had a combined four goals and four assists to lead the Lions to wins over Miami Beach, Pace and Hialeah-Miami Lakes.


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ANDRE C. FERNANDEZ


With a pair of Red Raiders going off for 30-point games, the Edison boys’ basketball team defeated North Miami Beach 86-75 on Monday night.

Gary King scored 34 to lead Edison, and Kembrel Dervil wasn’t far behind with 32. Dervil notched a double-double, adding 10 assists to his scoring output.

Otis Grimes, who also plays on the football team, controlled the paint for the Red Raiders (3-0) with a team-high 12 rebounds and four blocks.

The Chargers (0-3) lost despite Ralph Mesinor’s 24 points. Mesinor connected on six three-pointers.


•  Edison 86, North Miami Beach 75 – ED (3-0): King 34, Dervil 32, Grimes 9, Jacques 7, Cooper 3, St. Selix 1. NMB (0-3): Larose 13, Mesinor 24, Predesca 6, Jemi-Pierre 2, Bissainthe 15, Jeantinor 12, Renedios 3. Halftime: ED 47-28. Three-pointers: King 4, Dervil 2, Mesinor 6, Larose 2, Bissainthe, Renedios. Rebounds: Grimes 12. Assists: Dervil 10. Steals: King 3. Blocks: Grimes 4. Technical: Joachim. Foul-out: Mesinor, Joachim, Renedios.

MORE BOYS’ BASKETBALL

•  American 68, Jackson 46 – AM (2-0): Foster 10, Spicer 13, Tavernier 4, Grant 2, Diaz 2, Andrews 18, Escobar 2, Liz 9, Amparo 8. JAC (2-1): Philips 7, Chevalier 4, Porter 5, Brown 6, Thompson 7, M. Brown 17. Halftime: AM 34-24. Three-pointers: Phillips, Porter, M. Brown 5. Rebounds: Foster 14. Assists: Andrews 4. Steals: Andrews 4.

•  Ransom Everglades 93, MAST Academy 29 – RE (2-0): Singer 12, Stern 17, Rivlin 10, Ertel 6, Roach 8, Marx 31, Rose 1, Parker 8. MAST: Morales 10, Zarate 9, Martinez 4, Hiller 1, Gutierrez 2. Three-pointers: Marx 9, Singer 1, Rivlin 2. Rebounds: Parker 6. Assists: Singer 8. Steals: Rose 5.

•  La Salle 49, St. Brendan 48 – LAS: Lopez 2, Robinson 6, Hanks 4, Santana 24, Becdullas 10. Rebounds: Hanks 9. Assists: Hanks, Becdullas. Steals: Becdullas. Blocks: Robinson, Hanks, Santana. Lopez (LAS): game-winning field goal.

•  Varela 49, Braddock 31 – VAR: Gutierrez 5, Navarro 7, I. Baez 3, Pujol 2, Washington 5, J. Baez 8, Lafontant 19. BRA: Farinas 4, Arrieta 9, Rosario 2, Echemendia 5, Ramos 3, Fernandez 7, Cueto 1. Three-pointers: Echemendia, Fernandez, Gutierrez, I. Baez. Halftime: VAR 28-21.

•  Archbishop Curley 63, Marathon 32 – CUR (1-1): Schron 15, Lemenior 4, Ermintius 7, Llerandi 2, Brown 18, Esquillian 6, Maurice 10. Fritz 3. MAR: Cavitt 6, Rojas 11, Wells 5, Allen 4, Chaplin 6. Three-pointers: Schron, Esquillian 2, Maurice, Fritz, Rojas 3, Wells, Chaplin. Rebounds: Brown 13. Assists: Llerandi, Esquillian 4. Blocks: Brown 5. Steals: Schron 3, Ermintius 3.

•  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.

•  Hebrew Academy 68, Northwest Christian 47 – HEB (2-1): Schechter 20, Esformes 17, Abramowitz 14, Masin 10, Furst 4, Meyerson 2, Dahan 1. NWC (0-2): McKorkel 18, Rogers 10, Phillip 7, Jones 5, Ford-Rose 3, Robinson 2, Mincey 2. Halftime: HEB 34-15. Three-pointers: Esformes 3, Masin 2, Phillip, Ford-Rose, Jones. Rebounds: Abramowitz 13. Assists: Schechter, Masin 6. Steals: Abramowitz, Masin 4.

•  Coral Park 52, Killian 49 – CP: Bermudez 21, Delgado 12 pts, Hernandez 7. KIL: Watkins 11, Moore 9. Rebounds: Bermudez 7. Steals: Bermudez 5.

•  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.

•  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.

•  Late Saturday – Tampa Jesuit 71, Belen 60 – BEL (3-1): Iparraguirre 7, Perez 10, Alvarez 21, Medina 9, Battle 5, Fernandez 3, Pujals 2, Couto 3. TJ (4-0): Flemings 14, Galvis 14, Harris 19, Yount 2, Johnson 19, Omoregie 3. Three-pointers: Fernandez, Iparraguirre, Perez, Alvarez, Medina 3, Couto, Fleming 3, Galvis, 2, Harris, Johnson. Steals: Medina 3. Rebounds: Perez 5. Assists: Medina 3.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

•  Miami High 62, American 49 – MH: Reid 5, Mendoza 15, Pierre 7, Johnson 3, Smith 2, Kimborough 10, Guerrero 8, Mompremier 12. AM: Jones 12, Smith 12, David 13, William 3, Bradshaw 6, Vargas 3. Halftime: MH 26-23. Three-pointers: Kimborough 2, David 3, Mendoza 4. Rebounds: Mompremier 15. Blocks: Mompremier 4. Assists: Kimborough 10.

•  Coral Reef 62, Braddock 54 – CR (5-1): Arabitg 25, R. Alespeiti 19, A. Alespeiti 7, J. Hollin 6, Sanders 3, Toussant 2. BRA: Osceola 20, Benedit 10, Martinez 10, Fernandez 9, Flores 3, Bermudez 2. Rebounds: Arabitg 20. Assists: A. Alespeiti 4. Steals: R. Alespeiti, Arabitg 3. Blocks: Toussant 2.

•  South Miami 62, Killian 19 – SM (4-1): Valdes 2, Brown 8, Cummings 10, Gil 2, Puertas 2, Graham 8, Ayerdis 2, KD Brown 9, Garcia 2, Moore 4, Evans 7. KIL.: Dorvilier 4, Tarver 6, Reyes 2, Michel 4, Dennis 2, Miller 1. Halftime: SM 50-10. Rebounds: Brown 8. Steals: Cummings 7. Assists: Graham 3. Blocks: Moore 2.

•  Northwestern 59, Hialeah-Miami Lakes 16 – NW: Horne 12, Huell 11, Dawkins 6, K. Williams 6, Stalworth 5, Gunn 4, Noble 4, S. Williams 4, Allen 3, Cameron 3. HML: Rogers 6, Pellagrino 4, Mallard 4, Martinez 2. Rebounds: Gunn 7. Assists: S. Williams 6. Steals: Noble 5. Blocks: Horne 2.

•  Hialeah 73, Jackson 57 – HIA (4-1): A. Charles 21, Hall 9, Dormer 9, Casanova 8, A. Charles 8, Loubeau 7, Durmorne 7, McCallam 2, Ruff 2. JAC: Mitchell 20, Delarosa 17, Jones 6, Paschal 5, Bellot 5, Johnson 4. Halftime: HIA 28-24. Three-pointers: A. Charles 2, Hall, Dormer, Mitchell Rebounds: A. Charles 12. Assists: Hall 6. Steals: Hall 5. Blocks: A. Charles 3. Foul-out: Johnson.

•  Reagan 46, Coral Park 35 – RR (3-1): Arias 24, Calderon 6, Rubio 4, Montoya 5, Cruz 5, Castro 2. CP (0-6): Dakka 3, Morales 9, Fernandez 21. Halftime: RR 26-13. Three-pointers: Arias, Cruz, Dakka.

•  Hebrew Academy 50, Northwest Christian 17 – HEB (3-0): Gordon 31, Weiss 15, Dobin 4. NWC: Tucker 6, Jones 2, West 6, Martinez 3. Halftime: HEB 33-11. Rebounds: Gordon 12. Assists: Gordon 4.

BOYS’ SOCCER

•  Miami Country Day 3, International Studies 0: Joel Meler goal. Eduardo Macedo goal. Daniel Mendez goal. Paul Julien Giraud 10 saves, shutout. MCD 7-0-1.

•  TERRA 8, Archbishop Carroll 0: Thomas Barreiro 2 goals. Erick Fuemayor 2 goals. Christian Cavero goal. Christian Urrego goal.

•  Archbishop Curley 2, Dade Christian 0: Alex Aguero 2 goals. Tony Yeash/Israel Calero shutout. CUR 3-1.

•  Miami Beach 4, Goleman 1: Tomas Moffatt goal. Christian Sanchez goal. Alejandro Diaz goal. Giovanni Araujo goal, assist. MB 3-1-2.

•  Ransom Everglades 1, Doral Academy 1: David Goldstein (RE) goal. Pedro Sala (DA) goal. RE 7-0-1. DA 2-2-3.

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

GIRLS’ SOCCER

•  Mater Academy 8, Homestead 0: Julissa Benitez 3 goals, assist. Karly Villar 2 goals, assist. Sydney Johnson 2 goals. MA 13-0.

•  Coral Gables 8, Braddock 0: Nelly Sagarra 3 goals. Danielle Riesco goal, 3 assists. Marianna Babboni goal. CG 8-2.

•  Killian 2, Sunset 0: Amanda Perez 2 goals. Stephanie Rondon assist. Natalie Anderson shutout. KIL 5-4.

•  Coral Park 8, South Miami 0: Maria Vega 3 goals. Maria Ruiz goal. Laura Villareal goal. CP 3-3-1.

•  Goleman 9, Westland 0: Kaley Huguet goal, 3 assists. Lucia Cuervo 2 goals, 2 assists. Melissa Brito 2 goals, 2 assists. GOL 4-5-1.

•  Hialeah-Miami Lakes 3, Jackson 3: Isabel Perez 2 goals. Aspen Arias goal. Jazmin Prada 2 assists.

•  MAST Academy 3, Miami Springs 3: For MS: Ale Salazar 3 goals. For MAST: Mariana Speckmaier 2 goals, assist. Keaton Scanlon goal. MS 7-1-3. MAST 3-1-2.

•  Miami Beach 5, American 0: Jessie Stein 2 goals, assist. Star Emison 3 goals. Diana Fonseca assist.

•  Coral Reef 5, Varela 1: For VAR: Chelsea Schwartman goal.

WEEKEND FOOTBALL SCORES

Class 8A Regional Semifinal

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

Class 7A Regional Semifinal

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

Class 6A Regional Semifinal

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

Class 5A Regional Semifinal

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 Final

Bolles School 31, South Sumter 24

Cocoa 35, Jones 7

Booker T. Washington 57, Gulliver 0

Yulee 16, East Gadsden 13

Class 3A Regional Final

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 Final

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 Final

Liberty County 14, Blountstown 7

Newberry 18, Union County 13

Trenton 42, Lafayette 26

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Mourning at Pompano Beach, 7:30

Carol City at American, 7:30

Miami Springs at Goleman, 7:30

Horeb Christian at Barrington Christian, 5

Northwestern at Belen Jesuit, 7:30

Divine Savior at Colonial Christian, 7:30

Gulliver Prep at Florida Christian, 7:30

North Miami at Hialeah Gardens, 7:30

Homestead at Mater Academy, 7:30

Ferguson at Coral Park, 7:30

Monsignor Pace at Edison, 7:30

Varela at Southridge, 7:30

Hialeah at North Miami Beach, 7:30

Grace Academy at Redland Christian, 7:30

Miami Palmetto at South Dade, 7:30

Sunset at Southwest, 7:30

Ransom Everglades at TERRA, 7:30

Miami Central at Westland Hialeah, 7:30

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Florida Christian at Dade Christian, 5

Northwest Christian at Doctors Charter, 5:30

Ransom Everglades at Doral Academy, 4

Coral Shores at Gulliver Prep, 5

Calusa Prep at Mater East, 6

Calvary Christian at Miami Country Day, 7

Westland Hialeah at Edison, 3:30

American Heritage at Monsignor Pace, 7

Archbishop Carroll at TERRA, 4

Greater Miami Academy at Westwood Christian, 5:30

BOYS’ SOCCER

Hallandale at Mourning, 7

Killian vs. American (Traz), 3:30

Mater Academy Charter at Goleman, 3:30

Southridge at Coral Reef, 4

Southwest at Ferguson, 3:30

TERRA at Florida Christian, 7

South Miami at Coral Park, 3:30

Homestead at Miami Springs, 3:30

Miami Palmetto at Sunset, 4

Chaminade-Madonna at Monsignor Pace, 5

Archemedian at Somerset Charter. 7

South Dade at Varela, 3:30

MAST at Westland Hialeah, 3:30

Keys Gate at Westwood Christian, 4

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Hallandale at Mourning, 5

Mater Lakes at Archbishop McCarthy, 4

Miami Springs at Goleman, 2

Gulliver Prep at Coral Reef, 6

TERRA at Florida Christian, 5

Dade Christian at Hillel, 4

Miami Country Day at Keys Gate, 4

Miami Palmetto vs. Lourdes (Kendall Soccer Complex), 5:00

Ransom Everglades at St. Brendan, 3:30

Archemedian at Somerset Charter (Homestead), 5

Princeton Christian at Westwood Christian, 4

WEDNESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Somerset Charter at Archemedian, 5

TERRA at Booker T. Washington, 7:30

MAST at Doral Academy, 3:30

Gr.Miami Academy at Hebrew Academy, 7:30

Champagnat at Mater East, 7:30

Doctors Charter at Mater Lakes, 7:30

Keys Gate at Miami Christian, 7

Palmer Trinity at Miami Country Day, 7

Calusa Prep at St. Brendan, 7:30

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

American Heritage at Mourning, 5:30

Jackson at American, 5

Doctors Charter at Archbishop Curley, 5

Miami Springs at Coral Gables, 7:30

Sunset at Ferguson, 6

West Christian at Florida Christian, 6:30

Greater Miami Academy at Hebrew Academy, 6

Mater Academy Charter at Hialeah-Miami Lakes, 5

Homestead at Central, 7:30

Keys Gate at Miami Christian, 5:30

Edison at Coral Park, 5

Archbishop McCarthy at Miami Country Day, 4

Varela at Palmetto, 7:30

Killian at Southridge, 7:30

Northwestern at Westland Hialeah, 7:30

WRESTLING

Coral Park, Miami Beach at Miami Springs, 3:30

Palmetto at Columbus, 7

Ransom Everglades, Coral Gables at Killian, 3

BOYS’ SOCCER

American at Belen Jesuit, 3:30

Sunset at Columbus, 7

Jackson at Doral Academy, 6

Miami Beach at Hialeah, 2

Miami Springs at Hialeah-Miami Lakes, 3:30

Westland Hialeah at Homestead, 3:30

MAST at LaSalle, 6

Central at Mater Academy Charter, 3:30

North Miami at Miami High, 8

Krop vs. North Miami Beach (Mishcon Park), 4

Coral Shores at Ransom Everglades, 4

Hialeah Gardens at Reagan, 4

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Jackson at Doral Academy, 4

Miami Beach at Hialeah, 4

MAST at La Salle, 4

Booker T. Washington at Edison, 4

North Miami at Miami High, 6

Miami Country Day at Mourning, 5

Krop vs. North Miami Beach (Mishcon Park), 2

Hialeah Gardens at Reagan, 2

Palmer Trinity at Somerset Charter, 3:30

St. Brendan at South Miami, 3:30

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