Miami-Dade High School roundup

Nicole Harris leads Gulliver girls’ soccer to shutout over Carrollton

 

Nicole Harris scored two goals to lead the unbeaten Gulliver girls’ soccer team to another victory with a 5-0 win against Carrollton on Friday.

Gulliver (13-0-2) will play undefeated LaSalle with a similar record of 10-0-2 at Gulliver at 11 a.m.

LaSalle has taken recent wins against Archbishop McCarthy, Booker T. and Carrollton, and Gulliver recently has defeated Ransom, Lourdes and Ferguson.

•  Gulliver 5, Carrollton 0: Nicole Harris 2 goals. Brigitte Northland 1 goal, 1 assist. Kai-Lin Hernandez 1 goal, 1 assist. Vanessa Martinez 1 goal, 1 assist. Samantha Earle 2 assist. Sophia Trujillo & Ciara Keane shared the shutout.

MORE GIRLS’ SOCCER

•  Florida Christian 6, Doctors Charter 0: Katelyn Godoy 3 goals. Catherine Acosta Goal. Alexis Stanish Goal. FC 5-5-2.

•  Hialeah-Miami Lakes 2, Westland 0: Isabel Perez 1 goal. Paula Garcia 1 goal. Aspen Arias and Jasmin Prada one assist.

BOYS’ SOCCER

•  Mourning 5, MAST 2: Raymond Hernandez, Henrique Fuinhas, Ivan Barriga, Daniel Grek and Henrique Henares had one goal each. ATM 7-2-4.

•  Doral Academy 6, University 1: Michael Landau 3 goals. Juan Gross goal. Lucca Darbaris goal and two assists. DOR 9-2-3.

•  Homestead 2, Hialeah-Miami Lakes 1: Josh Almanza and Eduardo Vazquez one goal each.

• Varela 3, Jackson 3: Charlie Aguilera (JAC) 2 goals. Maximilian Tejera (JAC) goal, two assists. Bryan Centeno (JAC) 1 goal. Gerald Lanuza (JAC) 1 assist.

•  Coral Park 4, Braddock 0: Juan Ganan 2 goals. Oscar Carol 2 goals. Edouardo Morales shutout. CP 6-3-3.

•  Belen 1, Westland 0: Kevin Gonzalez goal. William Pallissery assist. Bel 10-1-2.

•  Ferguson 5, South Miami 2: Michael Mejia 4 goals. Adrian Davice 1 goal. Julian Gonzalez 2 assists. Fer 9-3-2.

•  TERRA 1, Florida Christian 1: Ezeqiuel Llompart (TER) 1 goal.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

•  Mater 54, Doral 38 – Mat: Lorenzo 17, Angulo 10, Acosta 8, Ordoqui 7, Peña 6, Dalmau 4. Dor: Neres 18, Llamo 6, Machado 6, Gomez 4, neres 2, Rivero 2. Halftime: MAT 26-21. Assists: Lorenzo 4. Rebounds: Angulo 13. Steals: Lorenzo 5.

•  Miami Springs 36, Reagan 27 – MS: Zapata 4, Williams 2, Padrino 11, McKenney 16, Harrell 3. Rebounds: Padrino 12. Assists: Zapata 5. Steals: McKenney 5.

•  Archbishop Curley 50, University 25 – CUR (6-2): Edgecombe 14, Morley 14, Savain 7, Philippe 6, Chery 6, Jean 3. US: Tolchinsky 9, Kruss 9, Greenfield 3, Fennell 2, Czinn 2. Halftime: CUR 24-13. Three-pointers: Morley 2, Savain, Tolchinsky. Rebounds: Edgecombe 10. Assists: Morley 5. Steals: Edgecombe 12.

American 62, Carol City 26 – AMER (9-2): Bradshaw 15, Jones 11, Smith 11, David 7, Vargas 7, Grant 5, J. Williams 4, D. Williams 2. CC: Warren 7, Y. Williams 6, Butler 5, S. Williams 4, Gaines 2, Milton 2. Halftime: AMER 21-9. Three-pointers: Bradshaw 1, David 1, Grant 1, Vargas 1, Jones 1, Butler 1, Warren 1. Rebounds: Smith 11. Assists: Jones 3. Steals: David 6, Smith 6.

•  Miami Country Day 49, Ransom 16 – MCD (13-0): Mackenzie 14, Swaby 5, B. Blot 10, Lewis 3, Minott 12, L.Blot 3, Kotalik 2. Ran: Lopez 2, Oppenheim 2, Deutch 12. Halftime: MCD 39-5. Three-pointers: Deutch 2, Lewis 1, Minott 2. Rebounds: B. Blot 9. Steals: Mackenzie 6, Minott 6. Assists: Lewis 5.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

•  Belen Jesuit 54, Westland 49 – BEL (8-4): Fernandez, Iparraguirre 4, Perez 5, Alvarez 21, Battle 2, Pujals 11, Couto 8, Roca 2. WES: Canedo 12, Gonzalez 2, Chirino 15, Hernandez 12, Cespedes 6, Sanchez 2. Three-pointers: Alvarez, Canedo 2, Cespedes 2, Chirino, Hernandez. Steals: Alvarez 5. Rebounds: Pujals 7, Iparraguirre 7. Assists: Alvarez 3.

•  Archbishop Carroll 67, Marathon 14 – AC (9-1): Brimah 16, Amaro 12, Garcia 10, Leon 8, Cohen 8, Levitt 6,

Gabuardi 3, Lima 2, Fernandez 2. Mar: Chaplin 7, Rojas 3, Wells 2, Natta 2. Halftime: AC 44-14. Three-pointers: Amaro 1, Leon 1, Levitt 1, Rojas 1. Rebounds: Brimah 7. Assists: Amaro 5. Steals: Amaro 6.

•  Columbus 59, Killian 31 – COL ( 10-2 ): Melendez 4, Cortina 2, Minervino 5, Diaz 5, Clark 6, Gutierrez 2, Rico 6, Vanzant 6, Durant 4, Sawyer 1, O’brien 15, Halfaker 2. KIL: Moore 12, Watkins 3, Horton 2, Watkins 5, Coleman 3, Olivencia 4. Rebounds: O’brien 7. Assists: Melendez 4. Steals: Melendez 2.

•  Palmetto 62, Miami Springs 52 – PAL (6-2): Mulett 19, Coffey 15, Pubchara 9, Povea 6, Parlic 4, Larmon 3, De la Cruz 2, Wasser 1. Halftime: MS 30-20. Rebounds: Coffey 8. Assists: Povea 5. Three-pointers: Mulett 5, Pubchara 2, Coffey, Larmon.

•  Westwood Christian 67, Chaminade-Madonna 52 – WWC(9-2): Shoon 22, Conceicao 16, Joseph 14, Ramis 12, Gonzalez 3. Three-pointers: Ramis 2, Shoon 1, Gonzalez 1, Joseph 1. Rebounds: Conceicao, Shoon 11. Steals- Shoon 6. Assists: Ramis 6.

•  Late Thursday – Miami Country Day 58, Florida Christian 54 – MCD (8-1): Clements 5, Parizo 19, Woodside 13, Sherwood 4, Zimmer 15, Kydd 2. FC: Hernandez 12, Wicks 8, Burmeister 2, Sikora 13, Herschman 4, Montes Deoca 2, Perez 13. Three-pointers: Clements, Parizo, Hernandez 2, Wicks, Herschman. Rebounds: Zimmer 10, Assists: Parizo 4, Sherwood 4 Steals: Woodside 4. Halftime 29-29.

•  Late Thursday – Carol City 81, North Miami Beach 58 – CC: White 5, Smith 8, Mckennie 18, Williams 11, Allen 6, Thompkins 26, Bell 3, Winston 2. CEN: Wilder 9, Johnson 9, Daniels 4, Fils Aime 3,Guerrier 12, Occi 2, David 4, Joseph 4. HALFTIME: CC 44-17. Rebounds: Thompkins 14. Steals: Mckennie 4. Three-pointers: Wilder 3, Smith 2, Guerrier 1, Simeon 2.

•  Late Thursday – North Miami 60, Krop 26 – NM: St-Fleur 14, Lafortune 13, Cine 10.

•  Late Thursday – Calusa 73, Redlands Christian 37: Cody Bowes 14 points, 6 rebounds. Frank Alexander 9 points, 5 assists, 4 steals. Alex Carter 10 points, 7 rebounds, 6 assists.

SATURDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Ransom Everglades vs. Doral Academy (DRL), 12

Palmer Trinity vs. Florida Christian (FCS), 7

Miami Beach vs. Northwestern (NW), 5

Hoop Exchange Southern Series (Sagemont)

Palm Beach Lakes vs Chaminade, 3:30

Miami Norland vs Miami, 5

Tampa Catholic vs Sagemont, 6:30

Blanche Ely vs Cardinal Gibbons, 8

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Palmer Trinity vs. Florida Christian (FCS), 5:30

North Miami Beach vs. Lourdes (COL), 3:30

BOYS’ SOCCER

Gulliver Prep vs. Florida Christian (FCS), 7

Sagemont vs. Hillel, 8

Mater Lakes vs. Westminster Christian (WCS), 12

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Marathon vs. Dade Christian (DCS), 2

LaSalle vs. Gulliver Prep (GP), 11AM

North Miami Beach vs. Lourdes (Kendall Soccer Complex), 2

St. Brendan vs. Southwest (SW), 2

Coral Reef vs. Westminster Christian (WCS), 10AM

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