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North Broward Prep girls’ soccer rolls over Calvary Christian

 

Last week’s best performances

TEAM OF THE WEEK

Behind a game-high 26 points, 10 rebounds and five steals from LSU commit Raigyne Moncrief, the American Heritage girls’ basketball team (12-3) shocked two-time defending Class 5A state champion Dillard 62-55.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Sara Fayerweather, St. Thomas Aquinas, girls’ soccer: Fayerweather scored the lone goal to lift the Raiders (18-0) to a 1-0 win over Kingwood (Texas).

Romario Anderson, Coral Springs, wrestling: Anderson won the 195-pound class as the Colts took the Coral Springs Duals title.

Alex Britton, Pine Crest, boys’ soccer: Britton’s goal held up as the Panthers (17-3-1) blanked University School 1-0.

Darrion Allen, Blanche Ely, boys’ basketball: The senior guard exploded for a game-high 27 points, highlighted by five three-pointers and two dunks, to help the MaxPreps No. 17 Tigers rally for a 72-60 victory over Class 8A No. 1 Deerfield Beach.

Cassie Zero, South Florida HEAT, girls’ soccer: Zero scored both goals to lead the HEAT (13-6-4) to a 2-1 win over Calvary Christian.

Marvin Jean-Pierre, Boyd Anderson, boys’ basketball: The high-flying 6-4 wingman had a game-high 18 points and eight rebounds to help the Cobras storm back from a 12-point halftime deficit to defeat Northeast 47-45.

Matthew Maldonado, Hollywood Hills, boys’ soccer: Maldonado had two goals to lead the Spartan (8-7-2) to a 3-0 victory over Boyd Anderson.

Teylah Harris, Fort Lauderdale, girls’ basketball: The senior forward scored a game-high 21 points to lead the Flying L’s over Archbishop McCarthy 37-32.

Alicia Mardis, Coconut Creek, girls’ basketball : Mardis had a game-high 17 points to lead the Cougars (15-0) over Northeast 49-36.

Hannif Cheatham and Justin Satchell, Pines Charter, boys’ basketball: Cheatham and Satchell each scored a game-high 25 points to help the Jaguars pull away for a 89-79 double-overtime victory over upset-minded Flanagan.

Jason Fitzgerald, Douglas, boys’ soccer: Fitzgerald had three goals to lead the Eagles (8-8-1) over Everglades 4-0.

Scott Simmons, Cooper City, wrestling: Simmons won the 120-pound class to help the Cowboys beat Dillard 57-21.

FABIAN LYON


The North Broward Prep girls’ soccer team cruised past Calvary Christian and picked up a 7-1 victory in the district 13-2A quarterfinal on Monday.

Christine Creighton scored three goals. Savanna Greeley, Rachel Blow, Jenna Shortridge and Emma Dineen each added a goal.

Creighton has been very active in putting up points for the Eagles, having also scored in Friday’s shutout against Dade Christian.


•  District 13-2A Quarterfinal — North Broward Prep 7, Calvary Christian 1: Christine Creighton 3 goals, assist. Savanna Greeley goal, 2 assists. Rachel Blow goal, assist. Jenna Shortridge goal, assist. Emma Dineen goal. NBP 15-5-3

MORE GIRLS’ SOCCER

•  District 14-5A Quarterfinal Miami Beach 4, Krop 1: Jessie Stein goal, assist. Julyana Rodriguez 2 goals, assist. Cristy Mejill goal.

•  District 15-2A Quarterfinal — Mast Academy 15, Booker T. Washington 0

•  Late Saturday — St. Brendan 2, Hillel 1: Ashley Espinosa goal, assist. Adri Prieto goal. Gabby Demmer assist

•  Late Saturday — St. Brendan 2, Hillel 1: Ali Wolf goal. Denisse Gampel 2 goals

•  Late Friday — Doral Academy 2, Ransom Everglades 1: Camila Ardila goal, assist

BOYS’ SOCCER

•  Archbishop Curley 1, Keys Gate Charter 0: Jose Cruz-Moralles goal. Tony Yeash 3rd shutout. AC 9-9

•  La Salle 3, Westland Hialeah 1: Fede Torres-Garcia goal, assist. Mateo Brugo goal. Bryan De Freitas goal. Frankie Alzuru assist. Alvaro Morales assist. LAS 8-3-1

• Westminster Academy 3, South Florida HEAT 3: Ryan Rickel 2 goals, Jesse Bibbee goal

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

•  Mater Academy 49, Westland Hialeah 40 - MA: Acosta 15, Angulo 14, Lorenzo 8, Hernandez 4, Ordoqui 4, Sandoval 2, Peña 1. WH: Medina 13, Hartem 9, Rodriguez 5, Rolon 4, Alonso 3, Jiron 2. Rebounds: Angulo 10. Steals: Lorenzo 6

• Carol City 43, North Miami 33 - CC: Y. Williams 14, Gaines 12, Warren 10, Milton 2, Butler 5. NM: Saint-Gilles 1, Eady 11, Fertil 2, Smith 3, Seide 8, Cine 2, Danger 4, Anestin 2. Halftime: CC 21-14. Three-pointer: Butler, Seide. Rebounds: Gaines 16. Steals Y. Williams 6. Blocks: S. Williams 4.

•  Palmetto 68, Southwest 52 - PAL (12-6): Calice 17, Quartin 2, Bellinghieri 23, Miyazaki 9, Elliot 8, Gross 9. SW: Lagar 11, Valero 1, Radcliff 2, Hazel 2, Valdes 16, Camilo 18, Thomas 1, Medina 1. Halftime: Palmetto 37-24. Three-pointers: Calice 4, Bellinghieri 5, Gross, Valdes. Rebounds: Bistrong 6. Assists: Calice 6. Steals: Calice 3. Blocks: Miyazaki 2.

•  Coral Reef 58, Miami Edison 13 - CR (17-4): A. Ferguson 14, Hollin 10, Schonenberg 8, R. Alespeiti 7, Arabitg 6, A. Alespeiti 5, Esdaile 3, Rodriguez 2, Toussant 2, Sanders 2. ME: Jean-Baptiste 7, Harris 6. Three-pointers: A. Alespeiti, R. Alespeiti, Schonenberg, Esdaile, Ferguson. Rebounds: R. Alespeiti 7. Blocks: A. Arabitg 2. Steals: Schonenberg 4.

•  Late Saturday — Ransom Everglades 50, Gulliver 36 - RE: Crotty 3, Lopez 11, Smith 4, Deutch 25, Hallman 7. GUL: Deutch 2, M Pyatt 4, Wirshing 7, Nixon 19, Pagliery 4. Halftime: GUL 22-19. Three-pointers: J Deutch 3, Wirshing 2, Lopez, Nixon. Rebounds: Smith 13. Assists: Deutch 4. Steals: Deutch 7.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

•  Princeton Christian 48, Divine Savior Academy 40 - PC (1-11): Herrmann 15, Seijas 15, J. Strenta 15, Clayton 3. DS: Anez 5, Davalos 4, Molina 10, Welch 21. Halftime: 15-15.

•  Booker T. Washington 61, Miami Springs 46 - BTW (15-3): Spiller 22, Holcomb 15, Pitpit 6, Williams 4, Ray 3, Jackson 8, Henvill 3. MS: Traya 6, Fisher 15, Mettelus 3, Thomas 7, Olivares 14, Damute 1. Halftime: BTW 38-25. Three-pointers: Spiller, Holcomb 3, Pitpit 2, Ray, Henvill, Fisher, Mettelus, Thomas, Olivares. Rebounds: Jackson 9. Assists: Spiller 8. Steals: Spiller 4.

•  Hialeah Educational Academy 71, Pine Crest 44 - HEA (7-8): R Munoz 32, Martinez 16, J Munoz 11, M Agudelo 4,C Quiros 4,Yang 2, Garcia 2. PC: Serine 8, Fernandez 13, Madrigal 13, Molina 6, Robe 3, Cuervo1. Halftime: HEA 34-18. Rebounds: Martinez 10

•  Dade Christian 39, Doctor Charter 21 - DC: Socarras 2, Miller 3, Sampson 15, Ferguson 13, Vallejo 2, Batten 3, Young. Dr Ch: Dailey 2, Floyd 6, Myls 8. Halftime: DC 26-8. Three-pointers: Miller, Ferguson 2, Myls 2. Rebounds: Batten 10. Assists: Sampson 5. Steals: Ferguson 4.

•  Northwest Christian 82, Brito 29 - NWC: Jones 29, Roger 20, Robinson 10. BP: Limosine 9, Huerta 6, Qawasmi 5. Halftime: NWC 49-21. Rebounds: Fondrose 8. Assists: Goring 7. Steals: Jones 13.

•  Late Saturday — Champagnat Catholic 70 Mater East 42 - CH: Holanda 6, Chapotin 2, Collie 5, Leadon 25, Domingues 4, Mackey 2, LaBranche 15, Armstrong 1, Nairm 7, Amaron 3, Arnaud 2. ME: Larkin 13, Richardson 8, Bonilla 6, Garcia 5. Rebounds: LaBranche 12. CHA: 11-3.

WRESTLING

•  Late Saturday — District 15 Duals at Braddock: Columbus 72, Miami Beach 9; Columbus 83, Miami High 0; Columbus 71, Ferguson 12; Columbus 39, Braddock 25; Columbus 66, Coral Gables 6; Columbus 42, Homestead 27; Columbus 69, Miami Springs 10; Columbus 81, Coral Park 0

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ SOCCER

Pine Crest vs. Cardinal Gibbons (Home), 7

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Pine Crest vs. Cardinal Gibbons (Cardinal Gibbons), 6

Fort Lauderdale vs. Archbishop McCarthy (McCarthy), 6

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

South Plantation vs. Coral Springs (Home), 7:30

Douglas vs. Summit Christian (Summit Christian), 7:30

Monarch vs. Northeast (NE), 7:30

Hollywood Hills vs. Pembroke Pines Charter (Pembroke Pines Charter), 7:30

Cooper City vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (STA), 7:30

Stranahan vs. Archbishop McCarthy ( McCarthy), 7:30

BOYS’ SOCCER

Archbishop McCarthy vs. LaSalle ( LaS), 6

Chaminade-Madonna vs. Gulliver Prep (GP), 4

Dillard vs. Coconut Creek (Coconut Creek), 5

Pembroke Pines Charter vs. Coral Springs (Home), 5

Northeast vs. Hollywood Hills (Home), 4

Boyd Anderson vs. Piper (Home), 7

Taravella vs. Plantation (Plantation), 5

Monarch vs. Pompano Beach (Pompano Beach), 7

Miramar vs. South Broward (South Broward), 7

Flanagan vs. South Plantation (South Plantation), 7

Deerfield Beach vs. Stranahan (Stranahan), 4

Douglas vs. West Broward (West Broward), 4

Cooper City vs. Western (Western), 5

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Blanche Ely vs. Coconut Creek (Coconut Creek), 6

Flanagan vs. Everglades (Everglades), 6

Hallandale vs. Mourning (Mourning), 6

Cypress Bay vs. Miramar (Miramar), 6

McArthur vs. Plantation (Plantation), 6

Nova vs. South Broward (South Broward), 6

Piper vs. Taravella (Taravella), 6

West Broward vs. Western (Western), 6

Coral Springs Charter vs. Monsignor Pace (MSP), 7:30

Stranahan vs. Archbishop McCarthy (McCarthy), 6

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Coral Glades vs. Cypress Bay (Cypress Bay), 5

FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Stranahan vs. Coral Glades , 7:30

Dillard vs. Mourning (Mourning), 7:30

Coral Springs vs. Douglas (Home), 7:30

Cooper City vs. Flanagan (Home), 7:30

Cooper City vs. Fort Lauderdale (Home), 7:30

Nova vs. Pembroke Pines Charter (Pembroke Pines Charter), 7:30

Piper vs. Archbishop Carroll (CAR), 7:30

Taravella vs. Pompano Beach (Home), 7:30

Chaminade-Madonna vs. Archbishop McCarthy ( McCarthy), 7

Dillard vs. Mourning (Mourning), 7:30

BOYS’ SOCCER

Boyd Anderson vs. Coral Springs (Home), 5

Hallandale vs. Deerfield Beach (Deerfield Beach), 7

Coral Glades vs. Everglades (Everglades), 5

McArthur vs. Flanagan (Home), 5

Piper vs. Hollywood Hills (Home), 4

Dillard vs. Miramar (Miramar), 7

Coconut Creek vs. Monarch (Monarch), 4

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

Cooper City vs. South Broward (South Broward), 7

South Plantation vs. Taravella (Taravella), 4

Douglas vs. Western (Western), 5

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Monarch vs. Boyd Anderson (Boyd Anderson), 6

Cooper City vs. Flanagan (Flanagan), 6

St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Fort Lauderdale (Home), 6

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