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Oramas helps keep Flanagan’s perfect start alive

 

Flanagan senior guard Stephania Oramas wasn’t about to let District 12-8A rival Cypress Bay spoil the Falcons’ perfect start Tuesday. Oramas was the quintessential stat stuffer with a team-high 14 points, six assists and seven steals to help the Falcons (6-0) rally for a 49-42 victory. Patricia Albano added 14 points and Erin Cortes had nine points and eight rebounds.

•  Flanagan 49, Cypress Bay 42 - Flanagan (6-0): S. Oramas 14, J. Oramas 6, Albano 14, Cortes 9, Morency 4, Hamilton 2. CB: Urquhart 7, Perez 1, Rojas 15, Steele 2, Rocha 6, Wright 8, Hermon 3. Half: CB 21-17. Three-pointers: Albano 2, Urquhart 1, Wright 1. Rebounds: Cortes 8. Assists: S. Oramas 6. Steals: S. Oramas 7.

MORE GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Sagemont 59, Pine Crest 29 - Sag (4-1): Cole 11, Black 7, Rucker 4, Smith 2, Pierre 13, Griffin 10, Almodovar 2, Marshall 10. PC (2-4): Johnson 13, Jarecki 5, Shea 1, Mintz 2, Landers 4, Engler 4. Half: Sag 35-9. Rebounds: Rucker 8. Assists: Black, Rucker, Griffin 3. Steals: Cole, Rucker 5. Three-pointers: Pierre 1, Johnson 1, Jarecki 1.

•  Miami Country Day 49, Archbishop McCarthy 15 - AM: Livingston 6, Amortegus 4, Duren 4, Kouri 1. MCD (6-0): Mackenzie 8, Swaby 9, B. Blot 3, Lewis 13, Minott 10, Kotalik 6. Three-pointers: Mackenzie. Half: MCD 23-9. Rebounds: Minott 12. Steals: Mackenzie 8. Assists: Lewis 2.

•  Lake Worth 50, Calvary Christian 40 - LW (4-0): Pinkney 1, Jean Louis 4, Garvin 19, Leslie 7, Normil 7, Bureau 12. CalvChr (2-4): Isaac 11, Spring 12, Kreisel 3, Nevils 1, Pitts 4, Ridenour 9, Pellingra 2. Half: Lake Worth 32-16.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Miramar 62, Western 54 - West (5-2): Katz 25, DeLucca 3, Artaza 13, Lewis 4, James 9. Mir (5-0): Morency 8, Forbes 3, Lee 5, Fully 11, Bouey 4, K. Lewis 10, Cajuste 6, Ja. Hill 10, Guerrier 5. Three-pointers: Forbes, Fully, K. Lewis, DeLucca, Artaza 3. Rebounds: Forbes 7. Assists: Morency 5. Steals: Forbes 3. Half: West 31-26.

•  Sagemont 57, Pine Crest 47 - Sag (4-0): Horne 7, Koulechov 14, DeLucia 2, Kirby 12, Cooper 5, Delaruelle 3, Kande 14. PC (2-2): Cline 15, Crawford 8, Buchley 4, Litofsky 3, Wang 6, Vrankovic 10. Rebounds: Horne 7. Assists: DeLucia 4. Steals: Koulechov 5.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

•  University School 4, Lake Worth Christian 2: Valerie Weinbrum 2 goals, 1assist. Valerie O’Toole 2 goals. US 5-5-4.

•  American Heritage 4, North Broward Prep 2: Christine Creighton 2 goals. Nikki Giordano 1 assist. AH 7-3-1.

•  Westminster Academy 8, Posnack 0: Camryn Pagliaro 3 goals. Alex Pagliaro 2 goals. Lexi Kinsey. WA 5-0-1.

•  St. Thomas Aquinas 8, South Plantation 0: Jessica Hoyt 3 goals 4 assists. Sara Perlman, Kaitlin Thighe 2 goals. STA 9-0.

•  Cardinal Gibbons 7, Northeast 0: Mackenzie Crittenberger, Arianne Cardoso 2 goals and 1 assist. Cosette Motta 1 goal and 2 assists. CG 6-1-2.

•  Douglas 8, Coral Springs 0: Bailey Leal 1 goal, 4 assists. Alexis Wilson 1 goal. Doug 11-0.

•  Archbishop McCarthy 13, Hallandale 1: Colleen Becker, Taylor Shore, Nikki Sica 2 goals. AM 10-3.

BOYS’ SOCCER

•  Blanche Ely 1, Boyd Anderson 0: John Belfort goal. Kivens Joseph assist. Nithson Blise shutout (5). BE 6-1.

•  Hollywood Hills 4, McArthur 0: Alejandro Osorio 2 goals. David Moreno, Reggie Sylney 1 goal. HH 4-4-2.

WEDNESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

North Broward Prep at Cardinal Gibbons, 7:30

Pines Charter at Coconut Creek, 7:30

Mourning at Dillard, 7:30

Cooper City at McArthur, 7:30

Fort Lauderdale at Monarch, 7:30

Blanche Ely at Pompano Beach, 7:30

St. Thomas Aquinas at South Broward, 7:30

Coral Glades at South Plantation, 7:30

Hallandale at Stranahan, 7:30

Coral Park at Archbishop McCarthy, 7:30

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Piper at Hollywood Hills, 6

Nova at Plantation, 6

Coral Glades at South Plantation, 6

Douglas at Taravella, 6

BOYS’ SOCCER

Posnack Day School at Hebrew Academy, 6

WRESTLING

Douglas at Cooper City, 3

Monarch, Hallandale at Plantation, 3

Stranahan at Chaminade-Madonna, 3

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Coconut Creek at Fort Lauderdale, 4

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Fort Lauderdale at Boyd Anderson, 7:30

Somerset Academy at Cardinal Gibbons, 7:30

Monsignor Pace at Dillard, 7:30

Douglas at Nova, 7:30

Coral Glades at Taravella, 7:30

Westminster Academy at Northwest Christian, 7:30

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Deerfield Beach at Coral Springs, 6

Monsignor Pace at Dillard, 6

Olympic Heights at Douglas, 6

Westminster Academy at Northwest Christian, 6

Chaminade-Madonna at Archbishop McCarthy, 7:30

WRESTLING

South Plantation, Blanche Ely at Coconut Creek, 3

BOYS’ SOCCER

Archbishop McCarthy at Doral Academy, 4

Westminster Academy at Colonial Christian, 3:30

Posnack Day at Hebrew Academy, 6

Coconut Creek at Blanche Ely, 7

Chaminade-Madonna at Cardinal Gibbons, 4

West Broward at Cooper City, 7

Coral Glades at Coral Springs, 7

Pompano Beach at Deerfield Beach, 7

Flanagan at Everglades, 7

Boyd Anderson at Hollywood Hills, 4

Cypress Bay at Miramar, 7

Piper at Northeast, 7

Nova at St. Thomas Aquinas, 6

Fort Lauderdale at South Broward, 7

Monarch at Taravella, 4

Plantation at Western, 7

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Archbishop McCarthy at Pope John Paul II, 6

Coconut Creek at Blanche Ely, 5

Hollywood Hills at Boyd Anderson, 5

Cardinal Gibbons at Chaminade-Madonna, 4

Coral Glades at Coral Springs, 5

Pompano Beach at Deerfield Beach, 5

Lake Highland at Douglas, 5

Flanagan at Everglades, 5

Cypress Bay at Miramar, 5

Piper at Northeast, 5

Fort Lauderdale at South Broward, 5

Cooper City at West Broward, 4

Plantation at Western, 5

FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Class 8A state semifinal: Miami Columbus at Cypress Bay, 7:30

Class 7A state semifinal: Bradenton Manatee at St. Thomas Aquinas, 7:30

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Coconut Creek at Blanche Ely, 7:30

Western at Everglades, 7:30

Hallandale at American Heritage, 7:30

Pompano Beach at Hollywood Hills, 7:30

Miramar at McArthur, 7:30

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