High School Sports roundup

South Florida schools ready for boys’ basketball championships

 

a1fernandez@MiamiHerald.com

The state boys’ basketball championships begin Tuesday at The Lakeland Center. Two Miami-Dade County teams make their state debuts Tuesday as Miami Westwood Christian takes on defending state champion Orlando Christian Prep in the Class 2A state semifinals at 4 p.m. Miami Ransom Everglades takes on Orlando Lake Highland Prep at 7 p.m. in the Class 4A state semifinals.

Coral Springs Christian will make its state debut Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. when it takes on Melbourne Florida Air Academy in a Class 3A semifinal. On Thursday, defending state champion Miami Norland will take on Gainesville in a Class 6A semifinal at noon. Plantation American Heritage will play Palatka on Friday at 10 a.m. in a Class 5A semifinal. Defending state champion Pompano Beach Blanche Ely will play Bartow at 4 p.m. Friday in a Class 7A semifinal. And in Class 8A, South Miami will play Tampa Wharton at 7 p.m. Friday followed by Deerfield Beach taking on Oviedo Hagerty at 8:30 p.m.

BASEBALL

Late Thursday – Miami High 11, Miami Beach 10

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WP: Xabier Gomez. LP: Moises Cabrera. SV: Christian Torres. Top performers: Magdiel Palmeiro 2-2, double, 4 RBI. Mario Vento 2-3, 2 RBI. MH 1-4.

Late Thursday – La Salle 9, Doral 7

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WP: N. Canino (1-0). Top performers: Justin Blair 3-3, double, RBI. Mike Avila 2-4, 4 RBI. Elier Rodriguez 2-3, triple, 2 RBI.

Late Thursday – Ransom Everglades 17, Coral Shores 10

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WP: Steven Vinson. Top performers: Alex Friedman 2-5, 2 RBI, run. Garett Rubin 3 runs. Caleb Bush 1-3, RBI.

Late Thursday – Champagnat 5, American 4

Top performers: Keriln Mateo 2-2. Andy Garcia 2-3.

Late Thursday – Southridge 4, Palmetto 2

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WP: Isaac Dasilva 4 IP 4K (2-0). LP: Michael Wall. Top performers: Octavio Mirabal 2-4, 3 SB. Austin Peterson 1-1, 2 RBI. SR 4-2.

Late Thursday – Hialeah 10, Krop 0

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WP: Alexis Herrera 4 IP, 5K, (1-0). LP: Carlos Murillo. Top performers: Alian Silva 4-5, double, RBI. Kevin Betancourt 3-4, RBI. HIA 1-1.

Late Thursday – Killian 4, Varela 0

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WP: Vladimir Nunez. LP: Jay Rosquette. Top performers: Gil Polanco 2-4, double, 3 SB. Nick Mira 2-2, double, run. Ryan Sabbag 2-3, double, RBI, 2 SB. KIL 5-0-1.

SOFTBALL

Late Saturday - Florida Christian 16, Archbishop McCarthy 6 (5)

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WP: Anie Palmiero (1-1). LP: Depalo. Top performers: Palmeiro 3-3, 2 RBI. Faith Vazquez 3-4, HR, 3 RBI. Karli Smith 3-3, 3RBI. FC 2-1.

Late Saturday - Florida Christian 22, Sommerset 0 (3)

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WP: Karli Smith (1-0). LP: Lezama. Top performers: Addy Garcia 2 doubles, 5 RBI. Monica Marquez 2 H, 4 RBI. Smith perfect game, 7 K. FC 1-1.

Late Saturday — Westminster Chr. 3, Jupiter 2

WP: Kelli Kleis (4-0). LP: Kylee Hanson. Top performers: Caitlin Charlton two-run HR. R. Kleis CG, 7 K. WC 5-0.

BOYS’ TENNIS

•  Late Thursday – Belen 6, Coral Shores 1: William Lorenzo won No. 1 singles 8-0. Mark Lagunas won No. 3 singles 8-2. Santiago Vidal won No. 4 singles 8-2. BEL 2-1

•  Late Thursday – Belen 7, Key West 0: Juan Lorido won No. 1 singles 8-0. William Lorenzo won No. 2 singles 8-0. Christian Perez won No. 3 singles 8-0.

Late Thursday – Gulliver 4, Doral 3: Chase Perez-Blanco won No. 1 singles 8-4. Andres Nido won No. 2 singles 8-2. Paulo Parente won No. 4 singles 8-4. GUL 6-0

•  Late Thursday – Mourning 7, Miami Springs 0: Pablo Sanchez won No. 1 singles 8-0. Giancarlo Penton won No. 2 singles 8-0. David Jaworski won No. 3 singles 8-0. MOU 6-0

GIRLS’ TENNIS

•  Late Thursday – Carrollton 5, Marathon 2: Lindy Lyons won No. 1 singles 8-0. Nina Cubero won No. 2 singles 8-0. Sima Vasquez won No. 3 singles 8-1. CAR 2-1

•  Late Thursday – Gulliver 6, Doral 1: Olivia Thaler won No. 1 singles 8-4. Julieta Dalmau won No. 2 singles 8-1. Estefania Navarro won No. 3 singles 8-1. GUL 6-0

•  Late Thursday – Mourning 7, Miami Springs 0: Jackie Rosales won No. 1 singles 8-0. Nati Hernandez won No. 2 singles 8-0. Alex Cabezas won No. 3 singles 8-0. MOU 6-0

BOYS’ LACROSSE

•  Late Saturday - Ransom Everglades 12, Belen Jesuit 5: Mack Shoer 4 goals; Jeremy Peters 3 goals; Jay Fuster goal, 5 assists; RE 3-1, BEL 1-1.

•  Late Thursday – Gulliver 15, LaSalle 3: Brian Suarez 90% FO wins, 9 ground balls. Ryan Cordero 3 goals, assist. Pierce Bailey 4 goals, 2 assists. Sam Easton 4 takeaways.

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