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Tornadoes highlight All-State selections

 

Class 4A state champion Booker T. Washington led Miami-Dade County’s strong representation on that classification’s All-State football teams released Thursday.

The Tornadoes, who won their second state title since 2007 this season with a 13-1 record, had five players earn first-team honors. Making the list on offense were junior quarterback Treon Harris and senior tackle Denver Kirkland.

Senior defensive end Chad Thomas, senior linebacker Matthew Thomas and senior defensive back Darren Parker were selected on defense.

Gulliver Prep senior running back Bo Ellis and senior offensive lineman Jordi Dalmau each made first team for the Raiders, who advanced to the second round of the playoffs. Monsignor Pace senior linebacker Anthony Walker Jr. and La Salle junior kicker Alejandro Cardenas also earned first-team honors.

Westminster Christian all-purpose sophomore Tim Irvin was Dade’s only honoree on the Class 3A team, earning honorable mention.

CLASS 4A — FIRST TEAM OFFENSE: QB-Treon Harris 6-0 185, Jr., Miami Washington; RB-Derrick Henry, 6-3 240, Sr., Yulee; RB-Tarean Folston, 5-10 195, Sr., Cocoa; RB-Bo Ellis, 5-8 185, Sr. Miami Gulliver Prep; WR-Janorris Cunningham, 5-10 170, Sr., Havana East Gadsden; WR-Tyrian Taylor, 5-10 170, Sr., Orlando Jones; OL-Denver Kirkland, 6-5 330, Sr., Miami Washington; OL-Chance Edwards, 6-5 340, Sr., Bushnell South Sumter; OL-Nick Ortiz, 6-3 280, Sr., Yulee; OL-Jordi Dalmau, 6-3 280, Sr., Miami Gulliver Prep; OL-Treyvon Johnson, 5-11 245, Sr., Cocoa; UT-Kermit Whitfield, 5-9 170, Sr., Orlando Jones; K-Alejandro Cardenas, 5-9 170, Jr., Miami LaSalle. DEFENSE: DL-Gregory Smith, 6-2 225, Sr., Havana East Gadsden; DL-Darien Williston, 6-3 240, Sr., Bushnell South Sumter; DL-Michael Cassidy, 6-2 265, Jr., Jacksonville Bolles; DL-Chad Thomas, 6-4 230, Jr., Miami Washington; LB-Matthew Thomas, 6-3 220, Sr., Miami Washington; LB-Kyle Deiner, 6-0 215, Sr., Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest; LB-Anthony Walker, 6-1 210, Sr., Miami Monsignor Pace; LB-Anthony Gordon, 6-2 225, Sr., Fort Myers Dunbar; DB-Darren Parker, 6-1 175, Sr., Miami Washington; DB-Tajze Battle, 5-11 165, Jr., Fort Myers Dunbar; DB-Keanu Neal, 6-0 205, Sr., Bushnell South Sumter; UT-Shawun Lurry, 5-10 180, Jr., Riviera Beach Inlet Grove; P-Dalton Murph, 5-11 185, Jr., Callahan West Nassau.

SECOND TEAM — OFFENSE: QB-David Dessent, 6-4 245, Sr., Cocoa Beach; RB-Antwan Lee, 5-10 180, Sr. Cocoa; RB-Arterrious Mitchell, 6-1 185, Sr., Jacksonville Bolles; RB-Virthavious Robinson, 5-9 180, Sr., Clewiston; WR-Nicholas Norris, 5-10 170, Sr., Miami Washington; WR-Boone Lewis, 6-2 200, Sr., Cocoa Beach; OL-Ander Botkin, 6-6 280, Sr., Marianna; OL-Jack Dobrie, 5-10 280, Sr., Yulee; OL-Derrick Kelly, 6-5 265, Jr., Havana East Gadsden; OL-Miguel Perera, 6-1 290, Sr., Clewiston; OL-Freddie Booth-Lloyd, 6-4 295, Jr., Cocoa; UT-Franklin Labady, 5-8 160, Jr., Miami Edison; K-Harris Stolzenberg, 5-7 148, Sr., Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest. DEFENSE: DL-Deonte Barnett, 6-3 215, Sr., Cocoa; DL-Eric Mayes, 6-5 265, Sr., Sarasota Booker; DL-Michael Miller, 6-4 240, Sr., Orlando Jones; DL-Landon Stokes, 6-4 245, Sr., Orlando Lake Highland Prep; LB-Kyle Tanner, 6-0 195, Jr., Marianna; LB-Demerious Sweeting, 6-0 175, Sr., Cocoa; LB-Luke Kellschmidt, 6-2 190, Jr., Perry Taylor County; LB-Brycen Gagnon, 6-0 215, Jr., Yulee; DB-Michael Johnson, 6-0 175, Sr., Miami Washington; DB-Nigel Patten, 5-9 170, Jr., Miami Washington; DB-Kyle Francis, 5-8 155, Sr., Havana East Gadsden; UT-B.J. Simpson, 6-0 190, Sr. Orlando Lake Highland Prep; P-Gianluca Heatherly, 6-0 210, Sr., Jacksonville Bolles

HONORABLE MENTION: QB Treveze Robinson, 6-2 180, Sr., Havana East Gadsden; QB Jacquez Young-Battle, 6-1 160, Sr., Orlando Jones; QB Bobby LaRocca, 5-10 175, Sr., Mount Dora; QB Marvin Zanders, 6-1 175, Jr., Jacksonville Raines; UT Daniel Cobb, 5-10 165, So., Fort Myers Dunbar; QB Colby Peters, 6-0 205, Sr., Jacksonville Bolles; RB Alex Gonzales, 5-9 175, Sr., Keystone Heights; FB Jason Ray, 5-8 200, Sr., Yulee; RB Krondis Larry, 5-9 170, Jr., Miami Washington; RB D’Von Ballard, 5-9 180, Sr., Miami Washington; RB Marlon Mack, 5-9 175, Jr., Sarasota Booker; WR Lamar Parker, 5-10 175 Jr., Miami Washington; WR Kenny Dinkins, 6-0 175, Jr., Starke Bradford; WR Moral Stephens, 6-3 205, Jr., Perry Taylor County; UT Jerrell Reynolds, 5-9 180, Sr., Havana East Gadsden; RB Dexter Carter Jr., 6-0 170, So., Jacksonville Bolles; DL Brandon Curtis, 6-3 220, Sr., Bushnell South Sumter; LB Zane Cruze, 6-0 200, Jr., Yulee; DB Nigel Tribune, 5-11 170, Sr., Jacksonville Raines; DB Kenneth Maxwell, 6-0 180, Sr., Bushnell South Sumter; DL Calvin McLeod, 6-2 215, Sr., Miami LaSalle; UT Kalvin Cline, 6-4 220, Sr., Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest; DB Jamual Vickers, 6-2 180, Sr. Havana East Gadsden.

CLASS 3A — FIRST TEAM OFFENSE: QB-Sean White, 6-3 200, Jr., Hollywood Chaminade; RB-Greg Bryant, 5-11 205, Sr. Delray Beach American Heritage; RB-Jordan Scarlett, 6-0 195, So., Davie University; RB-Lloyd Hylton, 5-10 185, Sr., Orlando First Academy; WR-Jordan Cunningham, 6-3 175, Sr., Davie University; WR-Jordan White, 5-9 170, Sr., Lakeland Christian; OL-Ira Denson, 6-4 320, Sr., Madison County; OL-Cory Martinez, 6-4 305, Jr., Tampa Catholic; OL-Josh Peters, 6-3 305, Jr. Orlando First Academy; OL-Jace Banfell, 6-3 290, Sr., Pensacola Catholic; OL-Tristan Brown, 6-4 285, Sr., Ocala Trinity; UT-Marcus Davis, 5-11 190, Sr., Delray Beach American Heritage; K-Greg Joseph, 6-1 195, Sr., Delray Beach American Heritage. DEFENSE: DL-Nick Internicola, 6-4 225, Sr., Davie University; DL-Jordan Adderley, 6-1 245, Sr., Clearwater Central Catholic; DL-Kyle Lay, 6-2 230., Sr., Pensacola Catholic; DL-Brandon Crawford, 6-2 235, Sr., Madison County; LB-Skai Moore, 6-2 215, Sr., Davie University; LB-Delvin Purifoy, 6-2 230, Jr., Pensacola Catholic; LB-Jake Giordano, 6-1 230, Sr., Delray Beach American Heritage; LB-Colton Plante, 6-1 220, Sr., Orlando First Academy; DB-Nick Washington, 6-1 190, Sr., Jacksonville Trinity; DB-Mike Stevenson, 6-1 190, Sr., Clearwater Central Catholic; DB-Devin McCalebb, 5-9 170, Sr., Fort Meade; UT-Sheddrick Williams, 6-0 180, Sr., Madison County; P-Jason Coste, 5-11 175, Sr., Tallahassee Florida High.

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE: QB-Mike White, 6-3 195, Sr., Davie University; RB-Keon Bruton, 5-9 190, Sr., Madison County; RB-Khari Lewis, 5-11 185, Sr. Tallahassee Florida High; RB-Ben Deluzio, 6-2 185, Sr., Orlando First Academy; WR-Isaiah Ford, 6-2 175, Jr., Jacksonville Trinity; WR-Dionte Taylor, 6-0 175, Sr., Davie University; OL-Roderick Johnson, 6-6 318, Sr., Delray Beach American Heritage; OL-Kabarris Harkless, 6-5 260, Jr. Jacksonville Trinity; OL-Jordan Budwig, 6-5 320, Sr., Davie University; OL-Danny Munoz, 6-4 310, Sr., Hollywood Chaminade; OL-Maquedius Bain, 6-5 300, Sr., Davie University; UT-Travis Rudolph, 6-1 182, Jr., West Palm Beach Cardinal Newman; K-Peter Gilligan, 6-1 180, Sr. Jacksonville Providence. DEFENSE: DL-Ryan Collins, 6-3 245, Sr., Melbourne Holy Trinity; DL-Brandon Boyce, 6-0 240, So., Davie University; DL-Giancarlo Bennardo, 5-11 245, Sr., Delray Beach American Heritage; DL-Elivisi Halapio, 6-3 238, Jr., St Petersburg Catholic; LB-Cecil Cherry, 6-3 245, So., Frostproof; LB-Tevin Floyd, 6-1 230, Sr., Tallahassee Florida High; LB-T.J. Harrell, 6-0 205, Jr., Tampa Catholic; LB-Kellen Snyder, 6-2 212, Jr., Fort White; DB-Xavier Swinton, 6-1 200, Sr. Delray Beach American Heritage; DB-Wesley Smith, 5-11 180, Sr., Davie University; DB-Jamonte Jones, 5-11 180, Sr., Ocala Trinity; UT-Trey Larry, 5-11 175, Sr., Clearwater Central Catholic; P-Paul Schumacher, 5-9 170, Jr., West Palm Beach King’s Academy.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

• Adidas Holiday Slam – Sagemont 50, Ransom 31 – SAG (10-4): Cole 4, Black 10, Rucker 3, K.Smith 12, Pierre 5, Griffin 10, Correa 6. RAN: Crozzy 4, Lopez 6, B.Smith 4, Duetch 15, Hallman 2. Halftime: SAG 29-15. Rebounds: Griffin 7. Assist: Correa 7. Steal: K.Smith 3, Marshall 3.

• Adidas Holiday Slam – LaSalle 34, Sheridan Hills 23 – LS (12-3): Alfaro 2, Tilman 6, De La Madriz 5, Cruz 2, Perez 2, Berry 11, Chapotteau 6. SH: Cluskey 12, Hydeee 2, Patuyo 6, Fleuridor 2. Halftime: SH 11-9. Rebounds: Moye 10. Assists: Tilman 3. Steals: Tilman 3.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

• Naples Holiday Tournament – Pace 93, First Baptist 86 – PAC (5-10): Thomas 4, Justinien 11, Lojan 6, Alvarez 14, Wilson 5, Jean 7, Duarte 42, Saindil 4. Halftime: FB 49-44. Rebounds: Saindil 12. Assists: Jean 8. Steals: Aite 7.

• Archbishop Curley 42, Coral Shores 32 – CUR (10-4): Lemonier 12, Cheron 9, Georges 2, Blanchard 2, Ermitus 8, Brown 11. CS: Cabarl 10, Taylor 8, Javon 2, Anderson 3, Ismer 7, Mokker 2. Halftime: CS 22-19. Rebounds: Brown 13. Assists: Blanchard 3. Lemonier 3. Steals: Ermitus 3, Lemonier 3.

• Hollywood Christian New Years Classic – Jackson 64, American Prep 40 – JAC: Phillips 13. Porter 11. D. Brown 7. Thompson 15. M. Brown 12. Brutus 4. Neal 2.

• Relai Sealey Holiday Shootout – semifinal – Booker T. 58, LaSalle 35 – BTW (12-3): Spiller 11, Holcomb 2, Pitpit 8, Boyd 2, Passmore 9, Ray 4, Jackson 12, Stewart 2, Henvill 2, Cox 6. LS: Santana 12, E. Lopez 2, Burdullas 11, Robinson 4, Reguiera 2 C. Lopez 4. 3 pointers: Pitpit 2, Passmore. Rebounds: Jackson 16. Assists: Spiller 7. Steals: Spiller 4.

• Relai Sealy Holiday Shootout – semifinal – Columbus 72, Coral Reef 56 – COL (14-2): Melendez 3, Minervino 10, Clark 28, Rico 9, Durant 2, O’Brien 20. CR (13-2) Glassford 24, Andain 4, Pear 2, Bryan 2, Hankerson 24. Halftime: Col 36-31. Three-pointers: Melendez, Minevino 2, Clark 5, Rico, O’Brien. Rebounds: O’Brien 10. Assists: Minervino 8. Steals: Clark 3.

• Stingray Classic – Archbishop Carroll 69, Charlotte 61 – AC (14-4): Brimah 18, Leon 16, Amaro 12, Brown 6, Levitt 5, Lima 5, Garcia 3, Gabuardi 2, Cohen 2. Char (8-4): Dwi. Reynolds 23, Sylver 9, Dwa. Reynolds 9, Nankovic 5, Stewart 4, Collins 4, Montoya 4, Williams 2, Howard 1. Halftime: AC 33-31. Three-pointers: Leon 3, Amaro 2, Levitt 1, Garcia 1, Dwa. Reynolds 2, Dwi. Reynolds 1, Nankovic 1. Rebounds: Brimah 15. Assists: Garcia 6. Blocks: Brimah 13. Steals: Amaro 4.

FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Adidas Holiday Slam at Florida Christian – consolations: 11 a.m. and 12:30; semifinals: 2 and 3:30

BOYS’ SOCCER

Coral Gables at Coral Reef, 3:30

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