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Dade All-Stars edge out Broward

 

South Dade’s William Cortes scored on a 3-yard run in the second overtime to give Miami-Dade a 27-20 victory over Broward at the third annual Miami Dolphins Dade vs. Broward All-Star game Friday night at Sun Life Stadium.

Dade has won all three Superintendent’s Cups, including a 36-26 decision in 2012. Both teams settled for 20-yard field goals in the first overtime.

Broward took a 10-0 lead in the first quarter on two early drives. South Plantation’s Zack Leatherman connected on a 50-yard field goal with 8:34 to go when the drive stalled after seven plays. The big burst came on South Plantation’s John Franklin III’s 43-yard run on second-and-8 from the 17-yard line.

Dr. Krop’s Keon Roman rushed for a 3-yard touchdown on a quarterback bootleg to put Dade on the scoreboard with 6:29 before halftime. Southridge’s Troy Cook found Miami Beach’s Demitri Gardner on a screen pass on third-and-7 for 8 yards. Another 15 were tacked on for roughing the quarterback.

Cortes gave Dade its first lead, 14-10, with 2:41 remaining in the first half on his 7-yard touchdown. The drive began on Broward’s 37-yard line following a 35-yard punt and 15-yard penalty. After a pair of incompletions, South Dade’s Leroy Wilson rushed for two first downs in a row. Broward received a roughing-the-quarterback penalty — one of eight infractions in the first half — that set up Cortes’ score.

Boyd Anderson’s Gregory Hankerson had a 2-yard touchdown run with 4:21 in the third quarter to give Broward a 17-14 lead. The drive started at the 20 because of a 30-yard punt return by Nova’s Michael Flood. Hankerson’s pass to Franklin went for 18 yards.

Dade answered back on Sunset’s Andy Valdes-Recio’s 30-yard field goal with 56 seconds left in the third. Cook and Booker T. Washington’s Nicholas Norris connected on a 65-yard pass.

South Plantation defensive end Keon Knight earned defensive player of the game, and Norris earned the offensive player honor with four catches for 96 yards.

All proceeds from the game will be distributed between both counties to help support the funding of their football athletic programs.

Christina De Nicola

COACH INDUCTION

Already the winningest prep basketball coach in Florida, Dillard’s Marcia Pinder will add to her iconic status when she is inducted into the Florida Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame in Daytona Beach on Saturday.

Pinder, which has the Panthers (15-2) on course for their eighth state title and fourth in a row, which would tie Laurel Hill and South Broward for No. 1 all time, opened the season with a 804-175 career coaching record (No. 19 all time nationally and No. 1 in Florida).

A season ago, the Panthers’ three-peat brought several coach of the year awards, including the Russell Athletics/Women’s Basketball Coaches Association National High School Coach of the Year and FACA Coach of the Year.

Pinder was also selected to coach the WBCA High School All-American Game in Denver.

FABIAN LYON

GIRLS’ SOCCER

•  North Broward 2, Dade Christian 0: Christine Creighton goal. Jenna Shortridge goal. Savanna Greeley assist. Adrianna Dubay assist. NB 14-5-3

•  Jensen Beach 2, Cardinal Gibbons 0: GIB 12-3-2

•  Westminster Christian 5, Keys Gate 0: Rebecca Barrios 2 goals. Karlyn D’Adesky goal. Jessica Palma shutout

•  Carrollton 3, Miami Country Day 0: Claudia Campano 2 goals. Carolina Diaz goal. Sam Hoadley 2 assists. Sofi Miguez assist. CAR 10-4-3

•  St Thomas Aquinas 1, King Wood (TX) 0: Sara Fayerweather goal. Ariana Fontenot assist.

•  Plano West 2 (TX), St Thomas Aquinas 1: Jessica Hoyt goal. Kaitzy Tighe assist. STA 18-1

•  Pine Crest 4, Pompano 2: Jordyn Elliott 2 goals. Julia Moore goal. Autumn Clark goal. PC 14-7-2

•  Douglas 1, Palm Beach Central 0: DOU 19-0

•  Archbishop McCarthy 8, Pace 0: Michaela Garcia goal. Nikki Sica goal. Taylor DeOro goal. Shannon Leighton goal. Madison St. Philip goal. Taylor Shore goal. Savannah Garcia goal. Stephanie Moreno goal. AM 17-5-2

•  Florida Christian 3, Somerset 0: Katelyn Godoy 3 goals. Natalia Baxieras 2 assists. Natalia Thome shutout. FC 7-5-3

•  Late Thursday — St. Brendan 6, Braddock 0: Alex Guixens 2 goals, Ashley Espinosa goal, Mallory Ryan 7th shutout

BOYS’ SOCCER

•  Hollywood Hills 3, Boyd Anderson 0: Mathew Maldonado 2 goals. Alejandro Osorio goal. Anthony Sanabria 5th shutout. HH 8-7-2

•  Pine Crest 5, St Andrews 1: Max Krieg goal. Brandon Danzansky 2 goals, assist. Mark Simpson 2 goals. Ryan Driscoll 2 assists. PC 18-3-1

•  Sunset 2, Killian 0: Eddy Pineiro 2 goals. Umberto Veronesi assist. Jonathan Diaz assist. Christian Armendariz 8th shutout

•  Mourning 4, Chaminade 1: Ivan Barriga goal. Cecil Amaya goal. Yoni Sonis goal. Cristian Restrepo goal. MOU 12-2-4

•  South Dade 5, Southridge 0: Erik Viay 3 goals. Humberto Blanco goal. Carlos Leal goal. Carlos Villegas 5th shutout.

•  Gulliver 5, Ransom Everglades 1: Bryan Ruiz-Unger 2 goals, assist. Alberto Poleo goal, assist. Andy Alvarez goal. GUL 12-1-2

•  St. Brendan 5, Colonial Christian 1: Guillermo Ruiz 2 goals. Andres Villalobos goal. Eric Quinones goal, assist. SB 6-10-1

•  Mourning 4, Chaminade 1: Ivan Barriga goal. Cecil Amaya goal. Yoni Sonis goal. Cristian Restrepo goal. MOU 12-2-4

•  TERRA 3, Coral Shores 2: Cristian Jimenez goal, assist. Justin Lee goal. Ezeqiuel Llompart goal

•  Late Friday — Mourning 5, Krop 0: Cristian Restrepo 2 goals. Henrique Fuinhas goal. Ivan Barriga goal. Peter Tidot goal. MOU: 11-2-4

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

•  Calvary Christian 44, Village Academy (Delray) 34 - CC (10-7): Sieradzan 4, Isaac 10, Nevils 6, Brownell 5, Ridenour 19. VA (4-11): Jackson 20, Dorset 1, Patterson 2, Cain 8, Perez 3. Halftime: CC 28-14

•  Lourdes 61, Braddock 23 - LOU (18-1): Suarez 16, Palmer 13, Jordan 10, Nunez 8, Buitrago 6, Minervino 4, Vidal 2, Farinas 2. BRA (11-8): Fernandez 5, Gomez 5, Benedit 4, Osceola 4, Martinez 3, Flores 2. Halftime: LOU 33-10. Rebounds: Palmer 11. Assists: Suarez 5. Steals: Jordan 7. Blocks: Nunez 3

•  Palmetto 40, LaSalle 38 - PAL (11-6): Calice 12, Quartin 5, Bellinghieri 13, Bistrong 3, Elliot 2, Gross 5. LAS: Moye 6, Lopez 18, Tillman 2, Berry 7, Chapateau 3. Halftime: LAS 20-17. Three-pointers: Calice 2, Lopez 6, Chapateau. Rebounds: Bistrong 6. Assists: Calice 2. Steals: Calice 4

•  Miami High 65, Ronald Reagan 10 - MH: Reid 9, Mendoza 12, Pierre 9, Sweeting 6, Evans 2, Johnson 6, Smith 13, Kimborough 2, Guerrero 6. RR: Arias 2, Cruz 2, Rubio 6. Halftime: MH 44-8. Three-pointers: Mendoza 2. Rebounds: Kimborough 8. Assists: Kimborough 5, Mendoza 5. Steals: Kimborough 5, Mendoza 5

•  Douglas 68, Piper 14 - DOU (15-3): Rampersad 1, Toueg 15, Mogent 6, Enos 13, Feig 15, Arinus 10, Cooper 8. PIP: Guigan 10, Towns 4. Halftime: DOU 50-12. Three-pointers: Toueg 3, Enos, Feig 2, Cooper. Rebounds: Arinus 13. Assists: Feig 4. Steals: Feig 6, Enos 6.

•  Florida Christian 48, Marathon 21 - FCS (15-6): Jimenez 15, Martinez 6, K. Jim 13, Donato 2, Renouf 3, L.. Jim 4, Wright 4. MAR: Qualls 11, Raymond 2, Nieda 4, Hidalgo 2, Davis 2. Halftime: FC 28-8. Three-pointers: Jimenez, Martinez. Rebounds: Wright 9. Assists: Jimenez 5. Steals: Jimenez 10

•  Miami Beach 53, Miami Springs 17 - MB (14-5): Morgan 21, Reque 18, Pardo 12, Hopkins 2. MS: Mckenney 14, Padirno 1, Williams 2. Three-pointers: Reque 5. Rebounds: Morgan 7. Assists: Morgan 7. Steals: Morgan 9

•  American 66, Hialeah Gardens 18 - AME (15-4): Smith 19, Bradshaw 19, Jones 15, Vargas 6, J Williams 3, D Williams 2, Riley 2. HG: Herba 11, Fanuz 4, Hernandez 3. Halftime: AME 41-10. Three-pointers: Bradshaw, Herba 3, Hernandez. Rebounds: Smith 15. Assists: Smith 5. Steals: Smith 8

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

•  Boyd Anderson 47, Northeast 45 - BA: Jean-Pierre 18, Thompson 7, Eubanks 9, Wilson 8, Pierre 2, I Pierre 3. NE: Martin-Pierce 17, Devante 4, Isaiah 6, Yvens 2, Osceola 6, Jacob 10. Halftime NE 26-14. Three-pointers: Thompson 2, Jean-Pierre 2, Osceola, Jacob 2. Rebounds: Jean-Pierre 8, Eubanks 8. Steals: Wilson 5

•  Blanche Ely 67, Fort Lauderdale 32 - ELY: Gosier2, Thomas 8, Tejada 19, Cameron 4, Labadi 3, Allen 14, Lee 15. FL: Sapp 1, Ford 1, Williams 10, Addison 3, Jones 4, Gardener 9, Murphy 4.

•  Florida Christian 61, Marathon 44 - FC: Hernandez 7, Wicks 10, Cardoza 13, Burmeister 2, Herschman 5, Montes De Oca 3, Jane 3, Perez 10, Weeks 2, Valdez 4. MAR: Cavitt 3, Rojas 12, Fantroy 5, Chavez 6, Guerra 2, Ryan 5, Chaplin 8

•  Palmer Trinity 53, Calvary Christian 49 (OT) - PT (2-8): Becker 13, DaGrosa 12, Dorsy 10, Bonet 10, Marley-Minto 5, Chumbley 2, Vasquez 1. CC (3-5) Ross 14, Rossello 12, Christolm 11, Tchividjan 9, Sampson 3. Halftime: CC 28-22. Rebounds: Becker 6. Assists: DaGrosa 4. Steals: Bonet 3. Blocks: Marley 2, Minto 2

•  Westland Hialeah 72, Ferguson 45 - WH (4-10): Chirino 27, Gonzalez 12, Canedo 11, D.Hernandez 8, Cespedes 8, Suarez 5, Montina 1. FER: Alaereon 11, Gonzalez 10, Marine 5, Carvajal 5, Blanco 5, Roche 3, Marza 3, Garcia 2, Acosta 1. Halftime: WH 31-20. Rebounds: Gonzalez 8. Assists: Hernandez 7. Steals: Hernandez 2, Suarez 2, Sanchez 2.

•  Late Friday — Booker T Washington 42, Edison 41 - BTW (14-3): Spiller 15, Holcomb 3, Pitpit 7, Williams 4, Passmore 2, Jackson 7, Henvill 4. ED (12-4): King 12, Labady 2, Thelon 2, Grimes 4, Dervil 19, Oristil 2. Halftime: BTW 20-15. Three-pointers: Spiller, Pitpit, King 2, Dervil. Assists: Spiller 4. Steals: Spiller 4.

•  Late Friday — Florida Christian 49, Westminster Christian 46 - FC: Hernandez 1, Wicks 17, DeOca 2, Jane 2, Perez 6, Hershman 12, Cardoza 9. WC: Miller 6, Krunknit 6, J Raine 5, Ed Cutillo 1, El Cutillo 3, Ervin 5, Potter 2, M. Raine 10, Blanco 6. Three-pointers: Hershman 3. Rebounds: Perez 6. Assists: Cardoza 6

•  Late Friday — Calusa Prep 66, Colonial Christian 23 - CP: Desinor 15, Bowes 13, Carter 12, Leonard 11. Rebounds: Carter 8. Assists: Desinor 6

•  Late Friday — TERRA 57, LaSalle 36 - TER (10-8): Morales 9, Fernandez 13, Munoz 12, Grant 1, Melamud 5, Mayor 1, Guzman 14, Schau 2. LAS: Rechourse 3, Regueira 3, Anzellotti 2, Puig 2, Gutierrez 2, Santana 5, Harvey 4, Robinson 11, Laphitzondo 4. Halftime: TER 25-22. Three-pointers: Morales 2, Fernandez, Regueira

•  Late Friday — Belen 61, Miami Central 40 - BEL (11-8): Iparaguire 2, Perez 4, Alvarez 22, Medina 2, Fernandez 3, Herrera 1, Battle 2, Couto 14, Pujals 11. CEN (12-5): Simeon 10, Wilder 22, Fils-Aime 3, R Johnson 3, E Johnson 1, Joseph 1. Three-pointers: Alvarez, Simeon, Wilder 5. Rebounds: Couto 7. Assists: Iparaguire 3. Steals: Alvarez 4

•  Late Thursday — Ferguson 41, Sunset 36 - FER: Marine 3, J Gonzalez 9, Stolts 3, Davis 12, Alarcon 1, Boucicault 4, Osorio 4, Acosta 2, Blanco 3. SUN: Garcia 4, Padilla 9, Fletcher 2, Galban 4, Felipe 12, Rosales 5. Halftime: FER 23-16. Three-pointers: Padilla 1, J. Gonzalez 2, Stolts 1, Davis 2. Rebounds: Blanco 8. Assists: Osorio 3. Steals: Davis 6

•  Late Thursday — Archbishop Carroll 67, Palmetto 55 - AC (17-4): Brimah 27, Amaro 14, Levitt 12, Cohen 8, Garcia 4, Lima 2. PAL (12-5): Povea 18, Coffey 14, Schulz 13, Pavlic 5, De La Cruz 3, Wasser 2. Halftime: AC 33-20. Three-pointers: Levitt 4, Cohen 2, Povea 2, Coffey. Rebounds: Brimah 10. Assists: Lima 8. Steals: Amaro 3. Blocks: Brimah 8

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