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Monarch boys topple Douglas on last-second goal

 

After trailing Douglas through most of the match, the Monarch boys’ soccer teamed rallied on a last-second goal by Arthur Cardoso for a 4-3 victory Wednesday.

Cordoso took a pass with seconds remaining from Erik Dondov to win the match. Gabe Menescal led the Knights with two goals and an assist.

“We were down 1-0 in the first six minutes into the game. We gave up goals at the end of the first half, and at the beginning of the second — worst possible time to give up goals,” Monarch coach Stephen Lornec said.

“It was a great comeback. We scored with seconds to the 80 minutes, but I don’t think we were prepared to play a good Douglas team. But we came back from 1-3 and persevered.”

Monarch has six wins and a draw against Cypress Bay. It has defeated West Broward, Deerfield Beach and West Boca High, but it has a tough week ahead with a rematch against Deerfield Beach on Monday. The Knights will then play Boca High on Tuesday and Taravella on Thursday. The Knights lost to Boca High in the regional championship last season.

• Monarch 4, Douglas 3: Gabe Menescal 2 goals. Gian Scalise goal, assists. Arthur Cardoso goal. Erik Dundov 2 assists. For Dou: Corey Lusting 3 goals. Mon 6-0-1.

MORE BOYS’ SOCCER

• University School 4, Sagemont 3: Gaston Becheran 2 goals. CJ Ardavin and Cory Roberts had one goal each. US 3-1-1.

• Miami Beach 2, Hialeah 1: Tomas Moffatt (MB) 2 goals Alejandro Diaz 1 assist, Giovanni Araujo 1 assist. MB 4-1-2.

• Sunset 2, Columbus 0: Eddy Pineiro 1 Goal, 1 Assist. Juan Marquez 1 Goal. Chris Armendariz third shutout. Sun 5-0-2.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

• Chaminade-Madonna 1, Archbishop McCarthy 0: Jacqui Koebel goal . Bridgett Callahan assist. Savannah Santos shutout. AM 8-3.

• Immaculata LaSalle 2, MAST Academy 1: Danielle Peña 2 goals, Alex Alvarido assist, Karina Radice assist. ILS 6-0-2.

• North Miami 6, Miami High 2: Shirlende Jean and Rochelle Hall had two goals each. Sandy Milieu and Chloe Martinez had one goal each. NM 5-1.

• Late Tuesday – Chaminade-Madonna 3, Pace 1: Dillon Villella, Jacqui Koebel, and Erika Stanish had one goal each. Bridgett Callahan 3 assists.

• Late Tuesday – ST. Thomas 9, Piper 0: Megan Pivacco 2 goals, 1 assist. Jessica Hoyt 2 goals, 2 Assists. Sara Perlman 1 goal, 1 assist. Johanna Erickson 1 goal. Maggie Falter 1 goal. Sydney Talbot 1 goal. Alexa Bute 1 goal, STA 7-0.

• Late Tuesday – Cardinal Gibbons 3, Coral Springs 1: Kaila Jones 1 goal, 1 assist. Mackenzie Crittenberger and Francesca DeNicola had one goal each. CG 5-1-2.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

• Late Tuesday – Miami Country Day 56, Calvary Christian 21 – Cal: Spring 6, Kreisel 3, Nevils 3, Pitts 2, Ridenour 4. MCD: Mackenzie 3, Lewis 9, Minot 20, Kotalik 2, L.Blot 4, B.Blot 8, Swaby 10.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

• Deerfield Beach 76, Taravella 36 – DB (4-0): Johnson 9, Owens 20, Jenkins 10, Kelly 7, Carpenter 10, Williams 4, Huntley 14, Grant, Wind 2. Halftime: DB 38-16. Rebounds: Huntley 11. Assists: Carpenter 6. Steals: Carpenter 4.

• Booker T. 82, TERRA 41 – BTW (4-0): Spiller 17, Holcomb 21, Pitpit 8, Williams 6, Passmore 4, Ray 5, Jackson 10, Henvill 9, Cox 2. TER (1-3): Momes 4, Munoz 8, Novo 2, Guhleez 7, Mayor 8, Guzman 4, Martinez 6, Spencer 2. Halftime: BTW 45-22. Three-pointers: Spiller, Holcomb 5, Pitpit 2, Ray, Henvill, Momes, Munoz. Rebounds: Jackson 10. Assists: Spiller 10. Steals: Spiller 6.

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Nova at Cooper City, 7:30

St. Thomas Aquinas at McArthur, 7:30

Coral Glades at Piper, 7:30

Fort Lauderdale at Stranahan, 7:30

Archbishop McCarthy at Hollywood Hills, 7:30

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Coral Springs Charter at Cardinal Gibbons, 4:30

Palm Beach Gardens at Dillard, 6

West Broward at Flanagan, 6

Archbishop McCarthy at Hollywood Hills, 6

South Broward at Plantation, 6

BOYS’ SOCCER

McArthur at Boyd Anderson, 7

Cypress Bay at Everglades, 7

Cooper City at Flanagan, 7

Blanche Ely at Fort Lauderdale, 4

Stranahan at Hallandale, 5

South Broward at Hollywood Hills, 4

Plantation at Northeast, 7

South Plantation at Nova, 7

Western at St. Thomas Aquinas, 8

Boyd Anderson at South Broward, 7

Miramar at West Broward, 4

WRESTLING

West Broward, Boyd Anderson vs. Blanche Ely, 3

Northeast, Dillard, Calvary Christian at Coconut Creek, 3

Fort Lauderdale, Flanagan at South Plantation, 3

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Fort Lauderdale at Blanche Ely, 5

McArthur at Boyd Anderson, 5

Cypress Bay at Everglades, 5

Cooper City at Flanagan, 5

West Broward at Miramar, 7

Plantation at Northeast, 5

South Plantation at Nova, 5

Western at St. Thomas Aquinas, 6

Hollywood Hills at South Broward, 7

Hallandale at Stranahan, 4

FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Region 3-8A final: Cypress Bay at Loxahatchee Seminole Ridge, 7:30

Region 4-7A final: Boyd Anderson at St. Thomas Aquinas, 7:30

Class 3A state semifinal: University School at Clearwater Central Catholic, 7:30

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Blanche Ely at Boyd Anderson, 7:30

Coconut Creek at Northeast, 7:30

Cardinal Gibbons at Pines Charter, 7:30

St. Thomas Aquinas at Plantation, 7:30

Pompano Beach at American Heritage, 7:30

Douglas at South Plantation, 7:30

St. Andrews at Western, 7:30

Sheridan Hills Christian at Miami Country Day, 7:30

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Blanche Ely at Boyd Anderson, 6

Deerfield Beach at Coral Glades, 6

Miramar at Everglades, 6

Douglas at South Plantation, 6

Western at Taravella, 6

Sheridan Hills Christian at Miami Country Day, 6

WRESTLING

St. Thomas Aquinas at Cooper City, 3

Coral Springs Duals: Nova, Plantation, Archbishop McCarthy, Hollywood Hills, McArthur, Miramar, Monarch, Cypress Bay, Everglades, Flanagan, Coral Glades vs. Coral Springs, 3

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