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Harris, Sonneborn honored

 

Last week’s best performances

TEAM OF THE WEEK

The Booker T. Washington football team won its second state championship in a six-year span with a convincing 35-7 win against Jacksonville Bolles. Quarterback Treon Harris threw for two touchdown passes and 245 yards on 11-of-19 passing and ran for three more touchdowns.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Dalvin Cook, Central, football: Cook ran for 155 yards on nine carries and scored four overall touchdowns, including a 78-yard catch from Keith Reed, to lead the Rockets to a 48-33 semifinal win over Naples.

Terrance Alls, Dade Christian, football: Alls caught seven passes for 90 yards and a touchdown for the Crusaders in the Class 2A state final against University Christian.

Antravious Simmons, South Miami, boys’ basketball: Simmons finished with 20 points and 16 rebounds to lead the Cobras to a 48-42 win over Sagemont and the championship of the A-Rod Classic. Simmons won tournament MVP honors.

Zach Brown, Archbishop Curley, boys’ basketball: Brown had 66 points, 43 rebounds and 12 blocks combined in three wins over MAST, Keys Gate and Marathon.

Nick Santana, La Salle, boys’ basketball: Santana scored 37 points to lead the Royal Lions to a win over Palmetto.

Claire Hebb, Palmer Trinity, girls’ basketball: Hebb had 13 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Falcons to a 64-38 win over Gulliver.

Winter Rodriguez, Dade Christian, girls’ basketball: Rodriguez scored all 41 of her team’s points in a win over Doctors Charter.

Nelson Salerno, Ferguson, wrestling: Salerno scored pins in the Falcons’ victories over Pace and Miami Beach.

Eduardo Moya, Miami Beach, boys’ soccer: Moya had a shutout for the Hi-Tides in a 2-0 win over North Miami Beach.

Jade Hayes, South Dade, girls’ soccer: Hayes had the winning goal to lead the Bucs to a 1-0 win over Palmetto.

ANDRE C. FERNANDEZ


A pair of Miami-Dade County football coaches were named Florida Coach of the Year in their respective classifications.

Booker T. Washington coach Tim “Ice” Harris, just days after defeating Jacksonville Bolles in the Class 4A final beat out Bolles coach Corky Rodgers in the 4A voting, and Dade Christian coach Mike Sonneborn, after his state runner-up finish, won the Class 2A Coach of the Year.

Both are now one of eight qualifiers — one for each classification — to become eligible for the 2012 Florida Dairy Farmers Football Coach of the Year, which will be announced later this year after balloting of coaches and media.

Tim Harris’ youngest son Treon, quarterback for the Tornadoes, finished second in 4A Player of the Year voting, and Miami Jackson coach Antonio Brown placed third for the top coach in 5A.

Signings

Gianni Garcia of the Archbishop Carroll boys’ basketball team signed his letter of intent Monday to play at Webber International University.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

•  Jackson 67, Krop 60: Wonjamiko Porter had a triple-double of 13 points, 10 assists and 10 steals for Jackson.


• Jackson 67, Krop 60 – JACK (3-3): Porter 13, Chavalier 4, Phillips 11, D. Brown 11, M. Brown 14, Thompson 13, Olivero 1. Steals: Porter 10. Assists: Porter 10. Rebounds: Thompson 13.

• Coral Park 55, Varela 54 – CP: Bermudez 14, Delgado 12, Sotolongo 12, Pimentel 11. VAR: Pujol 18, Lafontant 15, Gutierrez 11. Rebounds: Bermudez 8.

• 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.

• Westwood Christian 67, Coral Shores 46 – WWC (8-2): Shoon 18, Ramis 18, Conceicao 16, Joseph 10, Gonzalez 3, Jou 2, Chiriboga 3. Three-pointers: Chiriboga, Ramis 2, Shoon 2. Rebounds: Conceicao 14. Steals: Ramis, Shoon 5. Assists: Gonzalez 4. Blocks: Joseph, Conceicao 4.

• Late Saturday – Central 65, Northwestern 55 – CEN (7-1): Simeon 18, Wilder 15, Guerrier 9, Hardy 8, Francois 3, Joseph 4, Fils-Aime 4, Johnson 2, Occi 2. NW: Nottage 17, Kelly 11, Green 8, Griffin 8, Bellamy 4, Mainor 3, Curry 3, Reynolds 1. Three-pointers: Wilder 3, Simeon, Hardy, Nottage 4, Kelly 2. Rebounds: Simeon 13. Assists: Johnson 8. Steals: Wilder, Hardy 3. Blocks: Fils-Aime 2.

• Late Saturday – Champagnat Catholic 68, Westwood Christian 63 – CHA (3-1): Holanda 11, Leadon 25, Domingues 7, LaBranche 21, Amoron 2, Arnaud 2. WC: Shoon 14, Conceicao 11, Gonzalez 3, N. Molina 4, Ramis 14, Jou 2, Joseph13, Mortenson 2. Rebounds: Domingues 8. Assists: Chapotin 5. Champagnat: 3-1.

• 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.

• Late Saturday – Hialeah Gardens 59, Archbishop Carroll 51 – Gonzalez 22, Vasquez 9, Huertas 9, Sanchez 8, Simoza 7, Leonardo 4.

• Late Saturday – Gulliver 80, Palmer Trinity 23 – GUL (5-1): Pattullo 4, Comras 8, Chasin 5, Diaz 3, Beattie 7, Ralat 13, Carreras 5. Halftime: GUL 52-12. Three-pointers: Lafuente 2, Beattie, Thomas, Diaz. Rebounds: Thomas 9. Assists: Ralat 4. Steals: Lafuente 6.

• Late Saturday – Belen 73, Ferguson 41 – BEL (6-4): Iparraguirre 5, Perez 11, Alvarez 12, Medina 4, Fernandez 18, Herrera 7, Diaz-Silviera 2, Pujals 2, Couto 7, M Fernandez 1. FER: Marine 6, Carvajal 2, Roche 11, Acosta 3, Davis 4, Schey 2, Osorio 5, Padel 5, Marzan 3. Three-pointers: Fernandez 2, Perez, Medina, Roche, Davis, Osorio. Rebounds: Pujals 4. Assists: Alvarez 6. Steals: Medina 4.

• Late Saturday – AROD CLASSIC – Ransom Everglades 88, Dwyer 67 – RE: Singer 23, Stern 6, Ertel 2, Wenzel 2, Roach 19, Marx 34, Parker 2. DWY: Grines 16, Stephens 6, Taylor 8, Warthen 2, Smith 2, Cherima 3, Agnew 10, Quinn 8, Quince 11, Gonzalez 3. Three-pointers: Roach 2, Marx 6. Rebounds: Singer 10, Roach 10. Assists: Marx 4, Ertel 4, Roach 4, Steals: Stern 3.

• Late Friday – La Salle 70, Palmetto 61 – LAS: Rechourse 9, Becdullas 6, Hank 7, Lopez 5, Santana 37, Robinson 4, Laphitzondo 2.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Lourdes’ Kiara Palmer and Hebrew Academy’s Bari Gordon notched triple-doubles to lead their teams to victories.

• Lourdes 66, Krop 42 – LOU (7-1): Palmer 21, Suarez 21, Jordan 16, Farinas 4, Minervino 2, De Armas 2. KR (6-2): Gay 13, Upshur 8, Anyagaligbo 7, Carr 6, Seraphine 4, Hines 4. Halftime: LOU 34-24. Rebounds: Palmer 22. Assists: Suarez 5. Steals: Jordan 6. Blocks: Palmer 10.

• 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.

• Coral Reef 65, Killian 17 – CR (10-1): Esdaile 10, Sanders 10, R. Alespeiti 9, Hollin 8, Toussant, Arabitg 6, A. Alespeiti 4, Ishmael 4, Schonenberg 3, Flores 2, Rodriguez 1, Finol 1. KIL: Patrecka 9, Avis 4, Justice 2, Nikeya 2. Three-pointers: R. Alespeiti, Schonenberg , Esdaile. Rebounds: Arabitg 15. Steals: Schonenberg 4. Blocks: Arabitg 5.

• South Miami 73, Southwest 38 – SM (11-1): Valdes 8, Brown 13, Cummings 7, Gil 4, Puertas 2, Graham 13, Ayerdis 11, King 3, KD Brown 8, Garcia 2, Evans 2. SW: Lagar 5, Rico 2, Hazel 6, M. Valdes 15, Camillo 10. Halftime: SM 32-18. Three-pointers: Graham 3, Ayerdis 3, Cummings, M. King, M. Valdes 3. Rebounds: Brown 16. Assists: Graham 7. Steals: Valdes 4.

• La Salle 45, Saint Brendan 42 – LAS (7-2): Moye 5, Lopez 3, Echevarria 7, Tilman 14, Berry 16. STB (4-5): Martinez 4, Diaz 4, Rodriguez 3, Vargas 14, Parilla 2, Bolanos 6, Diaz 2, Falla 7.

• Coral Gables 55, Coral Park 35 – CG (3-5): Landsberg 16, Salazar 8, Howie 5, Fuller 11, Ellison 8, Sams 5, Alvarez 1, Fay 1. CP(1-8) Quijada 1, J. Morales 8, Torres 2, Ruiz 2, Dakka 5, N. Morales 10, Fernandez 4. Halftime: CG 25-15. Three-pointers: Landsberg 3, Howie, Fuller, Sams, Dakka. Rebounds: Ellison 14. Steals: Fuller 6. Assists: Fuller 10.

• Miami Springs 41, Westland 20 – MS: Zapata 12, Acevedo 3, Williams 4, Padrino 13, McKenney 4, Harrell 5. Rebounds: Padrino 10. Steals: Mckenney 7. Assists: Williams 6. Blocks: Padrino 4

• Miami Beach 71, Jackson 28 – MB: Morgan 12, Reque 24, Henry 15, Jean 2, Nedrick 9, Pardo 9. JACK: Bellot 3, Johnson 4, Paschal 6, Delarosa 10, Lane 5. Halftime: MB 44-21. Three-pointers: Reque 5. Rebounds: Morgan 11. Assists: Reque 12. Steals: Morgan 12.

• Carol City 55, Booker T. Washington 25 – CC: Y. Williams 8, Butler 6, J. Gaines 13, Warren 11, Murphy 5, Milton 10, S. Williams 2. BTW: Dixon 1, An. Bara 2, Leite 15, Hudson 4, Al. Bara 1. Halftime: CC 28-13. Three-pointers: Butler 2. Rebounds: Milton 10. Steals: Y. Williams, Warren, Gaines 7.

• Dade Christian 46, Doctors Charter 13 – DC (3-4): Rodriguez 45, Johnson 1. DOC (0-5): Merilus 7, Exalan 2, Herd 2, Lamour 1, Bravo 1. Rebounds: Rodriguez 7. Steals: Rodriguez 21.

•  Late Saturday –Northwestern 41, Miami Central 19 – NW: Stalworth 12, Dawkins 9, Noble 6, Gunn 5, Horne 4, Huell 3, Williams 2. Halftime: NW 23-9. Three-pointers: Dawkins 2, Huell. Rebounds: Stalworth 14. Steals: Dawkins 4, Noble 4.

• Late Saturday – Florida Christian 36, Saint Brendan 33 – FC (10-2): Jimenez 15 Martinez 3, Prinz 10, K. Jim 7, Wright 2. STB: Diaz 4, Vargas 13, Bolanos 9, Falla 6. Halftime: FC 33-8. Three-pointers: Martinez. Rebounds: Jim 9. Assists: Jimenez 6. Steals: Jimenez 8.

BOYS’ SOCCER

• Ransom Everglades 3, TERRA 0: Matt Lirman 2 goals. David Goldstein goal. Fran Carrera-Justiz 2 assists. RE 11-0-3.

• Gulliver 8, St. Brendan 0: Bryan Unger 3 goals, assist. Mark Verway 2 goals. Alberto Poleo goal, 2 assists. GUL 7-1-2.

• Hillel 9, International Studies 1: Julian Riibak goal. Daniel Furmanski goal. Albert Dichy goal. Daniel Mouadeb goal. HIL 8-0.

• MAST Academy 5, Central 2: Michael Morejon 2 goals. Ayis Papageorgiou goal. Bruno Gavilanes assist.

• Archbishop Curley 3, Dade Christian 1: Tyshawn Hooks goal. Distephano Accilien 2 goals, assist. CUR 5-4.

• Killian 1, Homestead 0: Max Montevedo goal. Eric von Haussen shutout. KIL 3-4-3

• Late Saturday – Palmer Trinity 1, Boca Raton St. Andrews 1: Alejandro Rodriguez-Santilli goal. Nicolas Mocoso assist. Daniel du Feu shutout, 16 saves.

• Late Friday – Varela 2, Killian 1: Kevin Pizzolo 2 goals.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

• South Dade 6, Killian 2: Jade Hayes 3 goals assist. McKenzie VanHeusen 3 goals. Demi Dominguez assist. SD 10-0-2. KIL 7-6.

• Dade Christian 8, Doctors Charter 0: Amanda Martin 3 goals, 3 assists. Julie Ramos 2 goals. Sophia Diaz goal, assist. DC 10-1-1.

• Miami Springs 8, Mater Academy 1: Sofia De la Puenta 3 goals, assist. Annet Cea 2 goals, 2 assists. Alyssa Deno goal, assist. MS 11-2-3.

• Lourdes 8, South Miami 0: Sheridan Plummer 3 goals, assist. Bailey Plummer 3 goals. Carly Cuadra goal, assist. LOU: 11-2.

• Coral Gables 4, Southwest 1: Nelly Sagarra 2 goals, assist. Hadley Stringer goal, assist. Danielle Riesco goal. CG 12-2.

• Palmetto 2, Coral Reef 1: Shelby Denkert 2 goals. Taryn D’adesky assist.

• Goleman 4, American 0: Melissa Brito 2 goals, assist. Kaley Huguet goal, 2 assists. GOL 6-8-2.

• Homestead 2, Westland 1: Kaydee Bailey goal. Camasha Alexander goal.

• Chaminade 9, Mater Lakes 1: Bridgett Callahan 4 goals, 2 assists. Dillon Villella 3 goals, 3 assists. Aubry Murphy 2 assists.

• Braddock 8, Booker T. 1: Stephanie Morera 2 goals, 2 assists. Ada Artiles 2 goals, 2 assists. BRA 3-6-1.

• Sunset 8, Southridge 0: Ismara Garcia 4 goals. SUN 3-9.

• Late Saturday – Southwest 2, Saint Brendan 1: Daniela Tenjido goal, assist. Sage Hewitt goal. SW 4-6-2

• Late Friday – Coral Gables 2, Goleman 1: Hadley Stringer goal. Nelly Sagarra goal. CG 11-2.

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

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