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Miami Country Day boys’ soccer coach Jeff Watson notched his 200th victory at the school as the Spartans defeated Braddock 3-1 on Tuesday.

Before coaching the Spartans, Watson had his start at Archbishop Curley and then moved to Sunset. He has a total of 447 career wins.

“We played hard and won against a big school,” Watson said. “We got back into passing the ball and started playing simple soccer.”

In a combined effort, Genaro Garcia, Eduardo Macedo and Daniel Mendez each scored a goal for the Spartans (10-10-3).

GIRLS’ SOCCER

The La Salle girls’ maintained an undefeated season with two ties as Danielle Peña led the Royal Lyons to their 10th victory by defeating Carrollton 5-0.

Peña scored three goals and teammate Nicole Baldassini scored two.

Goalkeeper Therese Vidal notched the shutout.

MORE BOYS’ SOCCER

•  Ransom 6, St. Brendan 1: Mateo Cerda (RE) goal. Stephan Koetzle (RE) goal. Ran 12-0-3.

•  Columbus 5, South Miami 1: Christian Arrastia 2 goals. Alejandro Pita goal. Pedro Van Eerdewijk goal, 2 Assists. COL 4-3-2.

•  Monarch 3, Coral Springs 0: Eddie Almeida, Gian Scalise and Alejandro Bermudez had one goal each. Erik Dundov 2 assists. Rafael DeJesus 4 saves, fifth shutout. Mon 8-1-2.

•  Pine Crest 2 Coral Springs Charter 0: Jack Marchetto goal, assist. Mark Simpson goal, assist. Steven Goldberg Shutout.

•  Mater Academy 2, Homestead 3: Josh Almanza, Salomon Lopez and Francy Moreno one goal each.

•  Sunset 7, South Dade 1: Jonathan Ochoa 2 Goals; Fernando Hernandez 2 Goals; Umberto Veronesi 2 Assists

•  Goleman 1, Westland 0: Chris Valdez goal. Anthony Waseskuk assist. Gol 4-7-2

•  Ferguson 2, Coral Park 0: Agustin Galecio 1 goal, Fernando Montes 1 goal. Adam Fernandez assist FER 8-3-2.

•  Late Monday – Colonial Christian 2, Archimedean Academy 2: Chris Jaramillo: 2 goals. Ryan Fleischfresser 8 saves. Col 2-3-1.

MORE GIRLS’ SOCCER

•  Ransom Everglades 2, Marathon 1: Dani Frese 2 goals. Caroline Kolski 1 assist. RAN 8-5.

•  St. Brendan 0, MAST 0: Mallory Ryan 3 saves, fifth shutout.

•  Florida Christian 8, Archbishop Carroll 0: Sam DeVarona 2 goals. Ashley Morales 2 goals. Jenilice Novoa-Miralles 1 goal. FC 4-5-2.

•  Late Friday – La Salle 2, Archbishop McCarthy 1: Nicole Baldassini goal and assist, Daniel Peña goal, Sol Baldassini assist, Maria Cuesta outstanding GK performance. IL 9-0-2

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

•  American 73, North Miami Beach 65 – NMB: Larose 14, Mesinor 7, Bisseinthe 9, Jean-Pierre 4, Predesea 2, Joachin 15, Jeantinor 14. AMER (7-1): Foster 14, Barba 1, Spicer 17, Tavernier 4, Grant 10, Andrews 5, Escobar 12, Liz 11. Halftime: Amer 43-28. Three-pointers: Mesinor, Foster, Spicer 2, Grant 2, Escobar. Rebounds: Spicer 12. Assists: Andrews 3, Barba 3. Steals: Foster 4.

Miramar 79, West Broward 75 (OT) – MIR (6-2): Morency 18, Forbes 10, Guerrier 9, Lee 2, Lewis 31, Ja.Hill 6, Kingston 3. Halftime: WB 36-34. Rebounds: Lewis 8, Ja.Hill 8. Assists: Morency 8. Steals: Lewis 4.

Belen Jesuit 50, Hialeah-Miami Lakes 34 – BEL: Iparraguirre 9, Perez 4, Alvarez 10, Fernandez 7, Pujals 2, Couto 9, Battle 9. HML: Morrow 4, Bodanich 9, Roman 6, Montesino 3, Santana 5, Celestino 7. Three-pointers: Fernandez, Iparraguirre, Couto, Bodanich, Roman 2. Rebounds: Fernandez 6. Assists: Perez 4. Steals: Alvarez 5.

•  Columbus 60, Braddock 44 – COL: Cortina 2, Minervino 4, Dias 2, Clark 15, Rico 20, Vanzant 3, Durant 12, Obrien 8. BRA: Fernandez 3, Arrieta 10, Rosario 4, Echenda 9, Ramos 12, Cueto 2, Diaz 2, Estow 2. Rebounds: Obrien 12. Assists: Minervino 10. Three-pointers: Clark 3, Vanzat 1, Durant 2.

•  South Miami 71, Sunset 16 – SM: Lobue 18, Simmons 15, Lopez 12, Bartley 9, Chavez 7, Barney 5, Ricondo 5. SUN: Felipe 7, Padilla 4, Garcia 3. Halftime: SM 34-9. Rebounds: Lopez 11. assists: Barney 14. Steals: Barney 6.

•  Barrington Christian 63, International School 26 – BC: Coleman 13, Marshall 4, Bonnett 3, Burreito 2. IS: Kabmi 19, Pebz 11, Simon 9.

•  Pace 76, Sheridan Hills 44 – PAC (3-5): Thomas 8, Irv Norvius 3, Justinien 6, Fisher 19, Waite 7, Logan 2, Wilson 7, Jean 2, Ogugua 5, Duarte 16, Jean 3. Rebounds: Thomas 12. Assists: Justinien 6. Steals: Fisher 8.

•  Flanagan 94 Western 24 – Flan (7-1): S. Oramas 23, J. Oramas 11, Albano 11, Breedlove 7, Cortes 9, Morency 16, Cogdell 2, Hamilton 8, Harrigan 7. WES: Franco 11, Melman 1, Pakray 3, Walters 9. Halftime: Flan 45-10.

•  Late Monday – Champagnat Catholic 62, Greater Miami Academy 19 –CHA (4-1): Holanda 7, Chapotin 2, Collie 4, Leadon 11, Mackey 6, LaBranche 6, Armstrong 4, Nairm 8, Amaron 8, McDonald 4. GMA: Gonzalez 5, Christian 5, Ramos 2, Dorta 3, Gutierrez 2. Rebounds: CH: Mackey 16, Holanda 6, Chapotin 6. Assists: CH: Collie 5.

•  Late Friday – Columbus 56, Booker T. Washington 46 – COL (7-2): Melendez 5, Minervino 9, Clark 15, Rico 7, Durant 7, O’brien 13. BTW: Spiller 16, Holcumb 12, Pitpit 7, Passmore 2, Ray 3, Henrill 9. Three-pointers: Clark 3, Minervino 2, Melendez 1, Rico 1, O’brien 1. Assists: Minervino 6. Rebounds: O’brien 10. Steals: Clark 4

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

•  Florida Christian 43, Sheridan Hills Christian 41 – FC (11-2): Jimenez 20, Martinez 5, Prinz 8, K. Jim 6, Renouf 4. SH: Patillo 11, McCluskey 23, Hyde 2, Stout 3, Fleurestil 1. Halftime: FC 23-22: McCluskey 4, Jimenez 1 Rebounds: Jim 15, Assists: Jimenez 5, Steals: Jimenez 10.

•  Hialeah 51, Braddock 44 – HIA (7-3): Loubeau 12, Casanova 11, A. Charles 9, Hall 5, Ruff 4, S. Charles 4, Dumorne 2, Dormer 2, McCallam 2. BRA: Osceola 23, Benedit 9, Gomez 5, Martinez 3, Fernandez 2, Florez 2. Halftime: HIA 21-20. Three-pointers: Benedit 2, Casanova, Charles, Hall. Rebounds: A. Charles 8, Assists: Hall 4. Steals: Charles 3, Hall 3.

Late Monday – Dr. Phillips 70, Miami High 58 – Mia: Mendoza 15, Reid 4, Pierre 4, Johnson 1, Smith 2, Kimborough 12, Guerrero 2, Mompremier 18. DP: McCaskill 1, Allison 15, Cheek 25, Scrabble 14, Cumbe 4, Britvar 5, Ratliff 2, McKenzie 4. Halftime: DP 35-28. Three-pointers: Allison 3, Cheek 7, Schable 1, Britvar 1, Mendoza 3, Kimborough 2, Mompremier 1. Assists: Kimborough 7. Rebounds: Mompremier 11. Steals: Reid 3.

•  Late Monday – Mater East 49, Northwest Christian 28 – ME: Zheng 19, Richard 7, Garcia 7, Woody 7, Camacho 6, Hernandez 3. NWC: West 8, Tucker 6, Rodriguez 5, Jones 4, Gelin 2, Domanvil 2, Hamilton 1. Halftime: ME 27-10.

WRESTLING

•  Gladiator Duals – Mourning 48, Goleman 25; Mourning 42, Reagan 21; Mourning 42, Hialeah Gardens 40; Hialeah Gardens 45, Goleman 26; Hialeah Gardens 66, Reagan 18

WEDNESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Keys Gate vs. Archbishop Curley (CUR), 5:30

St. Brendan vs. Gulliver Prep (GP), 7:30

Grace Academy vs. Hebrew Academy ( HEB), 7:30

Jackson vs. Hialeah-Miami Lakes (HML), 7:30

Mater Lakes vs. Hillel (HIL), 7:30

MAST vs. Mater East (Mater East), 5

LaSalle vs. Ransom Everglades (Ransom Everglades), 7:30

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Keys Gate vs. Archbishop Curley (CUR), 4

Hialeah vs. Hialeah Gardens (Hialeah Gardens), 7:30

Mater Academy Charter vs. Homestead (HOM), 7:30

Coral Park vs. Lourdes (COL), 8

Ronald Reagan vs. Miami Beach (MB), 5

Westland Hialeah vs. Miami Central (CEN), 5

Hialeah-Miami Lakes vs. Norland (NOR), 5

Goleman vs. Miami Springs (MSP), 5

Northwestern vs. Southwest (SW), 7:30

St. Brendan vs. TERRA (TERRA), 7:30

WRESTLING

Miami Palmetto vs. Coral Park (CP), 3

Monsignor Pace vs. Coral Park (CP), 3

Columbus vs. South Dade (SD), 7

BOYS’ SOCCER

Mourning vs. Pembroke Pines Charter (Pembroke Pines Charter), 7

Mater Academy Charter vs. American (Amelia Earhart), 4

Miami Springs vs. Belen Jesuit (BJ), 3:30

LaSalle vs. Booker T. Washington (BTW), 4

Hialeah vs. Krop (Krop), 2

Homestead vs. Braddock (BRA), 3:30

Archbishop Curley vs. Hebrew Academy (Hebrew Academy), 6

Westland Hialeah vs. Hialeah-Miami Lakes (HML), 3:30

North Miami vs. Miami Beach (Memorial), 2

Doral Academy vs. Edison (ED), 4

MAST vs. Jackson (JAX), 4

Ronald Reagan vs. North Miami Beach (Mishcon Park), 2

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Mourning vs. Pembroke Pines Charter (Pembroke Pines Charter), 5

Mater Academy Charter vs. American (Ame), 2

LaSalle vs. Booker T. Washington (BTW), 2

South Dade vs. Coral Reef (CR), 3:30

Hialeah vs. Krop (Krop), 4:30

Coral Park vs. Lourdes (Kendall Soccer Complex), 6:30

North Miami vs. Miami Beach (MB), 4

Doral Academy vs. Edison (ED), 2

MAST vs. Jackson (JAX), 2

Miami Palmetto vs. Killian (Ron Eahman), 3:30

Hialeah-Miami Lakes vs. Sunset (SUN), 3:30

North Miami Beach vs. Ronald Reagan (Ronald Reagan), 4

Homestead vs. South Miami (SM), 3:30

Southridge vs. Varela (VAR), 4:30

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Doral Academy vs. Archbishop Carroll (CAR), 7:30

Miami High vs. Goleman (GOL), 7:30

Westminster Academy vs. Dade Christian (DC), 7

American vs. Hialeah (HIA), 7:30

North Miami Beach vs. Hialeah Gardens (Hialeah Gardens), 7:30

Greater Miami Academy vs. Mater East (Mater East), 7:30

Sunset vs. Coral Park (CP), 7:30

Florida Christian vs. Miami Country Day (MCD), 7:30

Mourning vs. Edison (ED), 7:30

Krop vs. North Miami (NM), 7:30

Calusa Prep vs. Redland Christian (Redland Christian), 6:30

Miami Springs vs. Ronald Reagan (RR), 7

Southridge vs. Varela (VAR), 7:30

St. Brendan vs. Westminster Christian (WCS), 7:30

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Westminster Academy vs. Dade Christian (DCS), 5:30

Carrollton vs. LaSalle (LaS), 4

Greater Miami Academy vs. Mater East (Mater East), 6

Florida Christian vs. Miami Country Day (MCD), 6

Northwestern vs. Norland (NOR), 6

Hialeah vs. Monsignor Pace (MSP), 7:30

Calusa Prep vs. Redland Christian (RED), 5

Marathon vs. Westwood Christian (WWC), 4

BOYS’ SOCCER

Miami Christian vs. Archemedian (Archemedian), 4

Westwood Christian vs. Colonial Christian (Colonial Christian), 4

Sunset vs. Coral Reef (CR), 4

Marathon vs. Dade Christian (DCS), 4

Archbishop Curley vs. Miami Country Day (MCD), 7

Miami Central vs. Edison (ED), 3:30

Monsignor Pace vs. St. Brendan ( ), 4

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Miami Christian vs. Archemedian (Archemedian), 4

South Miami vs. Ferguson (FER), 4

Coral Park vs. Braddock (Miller Pond Park), 3:30

Miami Springs vs. Homestead (HOM), 3:30

Coral Gables vs. Lourdes (Kendall Soccer Complex), 5

TERRA vs. Miami Central (Cen), 2

Archbishop Curley vs. Miami Country Day (MCD), 5

Sagemont vs. Monsignor Pace (Pace), 4

Sunset vs. Varela (VAR), 4:30

Hialeah-Miami Lakes vs. Westland Hialeah (Westland Hialeah), 3:30

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