White, Harriott win honors


Last week’s best performances


Mike White threw for 282 yards and two touchdowns and linebacker Skai Moore finished with a game-high 14 tackles and a sack to help the University School football team (12-0, No. 5 in the Rivals 100) rally for a 24-17 win over Madison County in the Class 3A state championship game.


Ashley Keveles and McKenzie Malone, Taravella, girls’ soccer: Malone scored a goal and Keveles recorded her fourth shutout to lead the Trojans (7-2-4) over Monarch 1-0.

Vance Houston, Nova, boys’ basketball: Houston had a game-high 25 points to lead the Titans over Douglas 63-57.

Fred Coppet and Madre London, St. Thomas Aquinas, football: Coppet ran for 131 yards and a touchdown, and London added two scoring runs to help the Raiders (12-2) stun Manatee, the nation’s No. 1-ranked team, 35-18 in the Class 7A state semifinals.

Taylor Burrell, Highlands Christian, girls’ basketball: Burrell had a team-high 14 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Knights over Westminster Academy 53-44.

Arlen Almonor, Blanche Ely, wrestling: Almonor won the 120-pound class to help the Tigers beat South Plantation 45-24.

Zach Serraguti and Matthew Sharp, Westminster Academy, boys’ soccer: Serraguti and Sharp scored to lead the Lions (4-2-2) over Coral Springs Christian 2-0.

Briyana Lloyd, South Broward, girls’ basketball: Lloyd had 23 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Bulldogs over St. Thomas Aquinas 63-48.

Matt Dayes and Alex Montgomery, Cypress Bay, football: Dayes rushed for 183 yards and two touchdowns, and Montgomery had six catches for 137 yards and a touchdown and a 34-yard interception return for another score to help the Lightning (12-2) dispatch Miami Columbus 33-13 in the Class 8A state semifinals.

Jessica Johnson, Pompano Beach, girls’ soccer: Johnson’s goal held up as the Tornadoes (7-5-1) beat Deerfield Beach 1-0.

Jack Miskel and Travis Brumfield, St. Thomas Aquinas, boys’ soccer: Miskel and Brumfield scored a goal each to lead the Raiders (6-1-1) over Nova 2-0.

Andrekia Thompson, Coconut Creek, girls’ basketball: Thompson had a game-high 19 points to lead the Cougars over Blanche Ely 67-39.

Melvin Brooks, Cardinal Gibbons, boys’ basketball: Brooks had 12 points and a game-high 14 rebounds to power the Chiefs over North Broward Prep 65-48.

Aryel Vulcain, Everglades, wrestling: Vulcain won the 152-pound class to help the Gators beat Monarch 57-13.


After claiming the Class 3A state title Saturday in Orlando, the University School football team just can’t stop winning.

Suns quarterback Mike White won Florida’s 3A Player of the Year, and coach Roger Harriott earned Coach of the Year honors in the classification.

They are each one of eight finalists — one for each class — for the 2012 Florida Dairy Farmers Mr. Football and Coach of the Year awards. The two winners will be announced later this month following a final round of balloting by coaches and media.

White, a South Florida recruit, completed 178 of 258 passes for 2,176 yards and 22 touchdowns, with two interceptions. He capped the year with 282 yards and two touchdowns in the state final against Madison County.

Harriott, who is the only coach in the Suns’ seven-year history, led them to their first undefeated season (12-0) and state title, clinched with a 24-17 come-from-behind victory.



Player School Points
Vernon Hargreaves III Wharton 133
Jacques Patrick Timber Creek120
Jamari Smith Fletcher 105

Coach School Points
Rodney Wells Dr. Phillips 177
Robet Hudson East Lake 114
Rick Darlington Apopka 107


Player School Points
Cord Sandberg Manatee 208
Gregory Hankerson Boyd Anderson 85
Stafon McCray Osceola 66

Coach School Points
Joe Kinnan Manatee 176
Dough Nichols Osceola134
Yusuf Shakir Lincoln 63


Player School Points
Laremy Tunsil Columbia 115
Mark Cato Gainesville 90
Manny Morgan Naples 85

Coach School Points
James Thomson Gainesville 180
Bill Kramer Naples 116
Jay Walls Navarre 108


Player School Points
Tucker Israel Lake Nona 121
Sony Michel Amer. Hrtg. 66
Ahmad FullwoodBshp. Kenny 57

Coach School Points
Michael DePue Robinson 120
Ronnie Cottrell Godby 101
Antonio Brown Jackson 66


Player School Points
Derrick Henry Yulee 275
Treon Harris Booker T. 124
Tarean Folston Cocoa 85

Coach School Points
Tim “Ice” Harris Booker T. 140
Corky Rodgers Bolles 128
Inman Sherman So. Sumter 115


Player School Points
Mike White University 158
Greg Bryant Del. Amer. Hrtg. 149
Sean White Chaminade 86

Coach School Points
Roger Harriott University 169
Mike Coe Madison County 133
Leroy Kinard First Academy 104


Player School Points
Kelvin Taylor Glades Day 228
Robert Davis Carrollwood 94
Tim Betros Univ. Christ. 81

Coach School Points
Mike Sonneborn Dade Christ. 146
David Penland Univ. Christ. 124
Billy Sparacio First Bapt. 82


• St. Thomas Aquinas 65, Plantation 46 – STA (6-1): Maturah 2, Ndiaye 12, Umude 17, Palov 2, Haney 8, Powell 10, Harvey 6, Hunter 8. PLA (3-6): Caldwell 2, Jean-Charles 12, Espino 10, McKay 3, Clarke 14, Stewart 5.

• Dillard 77, Hallandale 58 – DIL: Heastie 2, Osson 2, Dixon 6, Pendergraft 8, Grace 16, Walker 10, Wright 7, Kennedy 22, Smith 2, Murphy 2. HALL: Andre B. 7, Jeffery C. 7, Donterios 18, Maurice H. 17. Halftime: DIL 34-25. Three-pointers: Jeffery C. 2, Maurice H. 1. Rebounds: Kennedy 9.

• Hebrew Academy 58, Posnack 21 – HEB (7-1): Schechter 15, Abramowitz 13, Esformes 8, Furst 6, DiVeroli 4, Wachtel 4, Masin 2, Meyerson 2, Dahan 2, Taieb 2. POS: Shewitz 5, Brandwein 5, Debrow 3, Soffer 3, Spier 2, Uchin 2, Rosenberg 1. Halftime: HEB 33-11. Three-pointers: Abramowitz, Brandwein, Debrow, Soffer. Rebounds: Abramowitz 8. Assists: Schechter 4. Steals: Abramowitz, Esformes, Masin 4.

• Late Saturday – Dillard 73, Boyd Anderson 63 – DIL: Dixon 2, Pendergraft 4, Grace 14, Walker 19, Wright 12, Rennod 10, Smith 12. BA: Jean-Pierre 22, Wilson 11, P. Pierre 15, MacDonald 4, Jean-Felix 4, Hankerson 7. Haftime: DIL 40-33. Three-pointers: Jean-Pierre 5, Hankerson, P. Pierre, Grace 2, Walker. Rebounds: Jean-Felix 14. Assists: P. Pierre 5.

• Late Saturday – Archbishop Curley 58, Marathon 37 – Cheron 16, Lemonier 8, Dorvil 2, Ermitus 11, Brown 18, Esguillian 5, Maurice 2, Lumkin 2. MAR: Rojas 18, Fantroy 3, Allen 4, Ryan 5, Chaplin 7. Halftime: AC 25-22. Rebounds: Brown 13. Assists: Lemonier 3. Steals: Lemonier 3.


• Cardinal Gibbons 55, Pompano Beach 17 – CG (7-2): Williams 17, Cohen 15, Lanzon 8, Jones 6, Gregos 6, Pollock 3. PB: Ferrer 9, Linares 3, Baptiste 2, Henderson 1, Bedward 1, Alcock 1. Halftime: CG 18-10. Rebounds: Jones 10 Cohen 8. Assists: Williams 3. Steals: Williams 4, Cohen 3.

• Hebrew Academy 48, Posnack 12 – HEB (10-0): Gordon 18, Dobin 23, Weiss 2, Moyal 5. POS: Sumkin 4, Doodrow 4, Brandwein 4. Halftime: HEB 38-5. Rebounds: Gordon 10, Kahn 10. Assists: Gordon 10.


• Hollywood Hills 4, Blanche Ely 1: Alejandro Osorio goal. Mathew Maldonado goal. Pablo Osorio goal. David Moreno goal. HH 6-4-2.


• St. Thomas Aquinas 10, Northeast 0: Connor Lhota 2 goals. Maggie Falter 2 goals. Shannon McAllister 2 goals. STA 13-0.

• Archbishop McCarthy 8, Sagemont 0: Nikki Sica 2 goals. AMC 12-4.

• Late Friday – Miami Counry Day 4, Somerset Academy 2: Eduardo Macedo 2 goals, assist. MCD 9-1-3.



South Plantation vs. Coral Glades , 7:30

Cypress Bay at Everglades, 7:30

Boyd Anderson at Monarch, 7:30

Blanche Ely vs. Northeast (NE), 7:30

Hollywood Hills vs. Stranahan (STR), 7:30

Coconut Creek vs. Taravella (Taravella), 7:30

Sheridan Hills Christian at Pace, 7


Greater Miami at Pine Crest, 4

University at Cardinal Gibbons, 7

Everglades vs. Cooper City (Home), 7

Douglas vs. Coral Glades, 6

Taravella at Deerfield Beach, 7

Miramar vs. Flanagan (Home), 7

Dillard vs. Hallandale (Hallandale), 7

Coral Springs vs. Monarch (Monarch), 4

Pines Charter at Aquinas, 6

Archbishop McCarthy at Stranahan, 4

Cypress Bay at West Broward, 4


South Broward vs. Brandon (Brandon), 3


Posnack at Hebrew Academy, 7

Cardinal Gibbons at University, 6

Piper vs. Coral Springs (Home), 6

Douglas at Deerfield Beach, 6

Western vs. Flanagan (Flanagan), 6

West Broward vs. Miramar (Miramar), 6


University at Cardinal Gibbons, 5

Everglades vs. Cooper City (Cooper City), 5

Douglas vs. Coral Glades (Coral Glades), 4

Monarch vs. Coral Springs (Coral Springs), 5

West Broward at Cypress Bay, 7

Miramar vs. Flanagan (Flanagan), 5

Dillard vs. Hallandale (Hallandale), 5

Deerfield Beach vs. Taravella (Taravella), 4

Greater Miami at. Pine Crest, 2

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