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Lockette takes job as running backs coach at USF

 

Last week’s best performances

TEAM OF THE WEEK

The Norland boys’ basketball team won its second consecutive Class 6A state championship and fourth overall in the past eight seasons. The Vikings were led by Zachary Johnson, who led the team in scoring against Gainesville and Pensacola Pine Forest.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Antravious Simmons, South Miami, boys’ basketball: Simmons had 16 points and 15 rebounds to lead the Cobras to a state semifinal victory against Tampa Wharton in Class 8A.

Carlos Murillo, Krop, baseball: Murillo pitched all eight innings, allowing one run in a 3-1 win over Hialeah Gardens.

Michael Will, Palmetto, baseball: Will pitched 6 1/3 innings and allowed two hits while going 1 for 2 at the plate in a 2-1 victory against South Dade.

Geneva Santos, Miami Springs, softball: Santos threw a no-hitter, striking out 16 and went 3 for 4 with a double and an RBI to lead the Golden Hawks to a 3-0 win over Coral Gables.

Gabbee Draney, Gulliver, softball: Draney pitched a three-hitter, allowing only one unearned run and striking out eight to lead the Raiders to a 4-1 win against Palmetto.

Nigel Patten, Deltron Hopkins, Krondis Larry, Nicholas Norris, Booker T., boys’ track and field: The Tornadoes’ 400-meter relay team ran the nation’s fastest time of 41.09 seconds at the Sam Burley Invitational.

DiShondria McCoo, Southridge, girls’ track and field: McCoo won the long jump and triple jump at the Sam Burley Invitational.

Shaun Berman, Miami Country Day, boys’ tennis: Berman won his No. 1 singles match 8-1 to lead the Spartans to a 4-3 win over Weston Sagemont.

Gaby Wreder, Killian, girls’ tennis: Wreder won her No. 1 singles match to lead the Cougars to a 4-3 win against Southwest.

Steven Dawson, Columbus, boys’ water polo: Dawson had 11 blocks to lead the Explorers to a 12-4 win against Palmetto.

Camila Shafer, Gulliver, girls’ water polo: Shafer had a combined 15 goals and nine assists to lead the Raiders to wins over Oviedo, Orlando Dr. Phillips, Orlando Olympia and Winter Park.

Ryan Schatz, Ransom, boys’ lacrosse: Schatz had three goals and four assists to lead the Raiders to a 19-4 win against Coral Shores.

Jonathan Morales, South Miami, badminton: Morales won his boys’ singles match to lead the Cobras to a 6-4 win against Goleman.


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The Miami Herald’s South Florida Top 10

BASEBALL

1. Archbishop McCarthy (7-0)

2. American Heritage (5-1)

3. Mater Academy (6-0)

4. American (6-0)

5. Columbus (5-1)

6. Mater Lakes (4-1-1)

7. Killian (6-1-1)

8. Flanagan (5-2)

9. Douglas (5-1)

10. Monsignor Pace (5-3)

Under consideration: Coral Springs Christian (6-2), Westminster Christian (4-1-1), Florida Christian (5-2), Hialeah (3-2), Calvary Christian (4-2), Cypress Bay (3-1).

SOFTBALL

1. Gulliver (5-0)

2. American Heritage (8-0)

3. Pines Charter (8-0)

4. Westminster Christian (5-1)

5. Cypress Bay (6-0)

6. Coral Springs Charter (6-0)

7. Coral Reef (7-0)

8. St. Thomas Aquinas (6-1)

9. Douglas (5-1)

10. Lourdes (8-2)

Under consideration: Southwest (5-2), Palmetto (7-3), Florida Christian (4-2), Miami Springs (9-1), Taravella (5-1), Cooper City (4-2).


a1fernandez@MiamiHerald.com

Miami Central football coach Telly Lockette accepted the job Monday to become the University of South Florida’s new running backs coach.

Lockette, 37, who led Central to two state championships over the past three seasons, could not be reached for comment.

But Central alumni president D.C. Clark told The Miami Herald via email that Lockett accepted the job and informed his assistants and players Monday afternoon.

The former Miami Northwestern running back standout and assistant coach will be joining new USF coach Willie Taggart’s staff.

Lockette has coached the Rockets since 2008 and led them to a 60-10 record on the field (47-23 according to the FHSAA, which vacated the Rockets’ 13 wins in 2011 for having an ineligible player) and this season became the first coach to take a Miami-Dade County team to three consecutive title-game appearances. Central has advanced to at least the state semifinals each of the past four seasons and has not lost to a Dade team since 2009.

ALL-STAR GAMES

• The 18th annual South Florida All-Star Basketball Game (Dade vs. Broward) will be played Saturday at Ransom Everglades.

Four games will be played beginning at 2 p.m. Tickets are $10. Tournament of Champions Inc., the title sponsor of the event, has also forged an innovative community partnership with Virrick Park in Coconut Grove and will hold its “Shoot for the Stars Positive Peer Leadership Symposium and basketball clinic at Virrick Park before the games at 10 a.m. Former Philadelphia 76ers star guard Wali Jones will conduct the workshop. Former Miami Heat guard Mark Strickland will also participate.

• The 27th annual Class 4A-1A basketball senior all-star games will be held Friday at Florida Christian. The girls’ game will begin at 6 p.m., followed by the boys’ game at 7:30 p.m. The event will also include a three-point contest for both girls and boys and a slam dunk contest at halftime of the boys’ game. The contest will also include MVP presentations for both boys and girls on each north and south team.

Notable boys’ players: Alex Carter, Calusa Prep;, Nick Santana, LaSalle; and Armand Shoon, Westwood Christian. ; Gianni Garcia, Archbishop Carroll; and Alex Thomas, Monsignor Pace. , Sam Singer, Ransom, Khambrel Roach, Ransom; Notable girls’ players: Onika Swaby, Miami Country Day, Breanna Blot, Miami Country Day, Katie Tillman, LaSalle, Winter Rodriguez, Dade Christian, Brandy Smith, Ransom, Carolina Vargas, Saint Brendan.

BASEBALL

Southridge 6, Coral Reef 1

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WP: Isaac Dasilva (3-0). LP: Christian Grullon. Top performers: Dasilva 7IP, CG, 4H, 8K. Arlain Sesin 2-3, RBI. JP Perez-Castaneda RBI single. SR 6-3. CR 0-9.

Columbus 11, TERRA 1 — WP: Anthony Martinez. Top performers: Martinez R, 6 K. Ryan Alvarez 2-3, 3-R HR, double. Pablo De Armas 2-3, double, RBI.

Hialeah Educational Academy 12, Princeton Christian 0: HEA 6-0.

Archbishop McCarthy 10, Goleman 0 (6)

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WP: Aaron Soto. LP: Christian Abad. Top performers: Soto 4 IP, 0 R, 9 K. Michael Gigliotti 1-3, HR, 2 R, RBI. Mike Hernandez 2-3, 2 RBI.

Late Saturday – Pace 1, Coral Springs Chr. 0

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WP: Johnathan Hernandez (2-1). LP: Touki Toussaint. Top performers: Hernandez CG, 0 ER, 3 BB, 7K. David Palenzuela 1-2, HR, R, RBI. Austin Miro 1-2.

Late Saturday — Westminster Christian 14, Key West 3

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WP: Gonzalez (1-0). Top performers: Cole Kreuter 3-4, 2 doubles, 3 RBI. Dakota Robbins 3-4, double, 2 RBI.

Late Friday – American 16, Jackson 3 — WP: Sammy Candanoso. LP: Rodriguez. Top performers: Ronnie Williams 2-2, RBI. Kendrick Gutierrez 3-3, HR. Eric Gonzalez 3-3, RBI. AM 6-0.

Late Thursday – American 6, Pace 2 — WP: William Penelas. LP: Perez. Top performers: Ronnie Williams 2-4, HR, RBI. Kendrio Gutierrez 4-4, RBI. Steve Alvarez 1-2, 2 RBI. AM 5-0.

SOFTBALL

Coral Gables 3, Terra 0

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WP: Christie Falcon (6-2). LP: Taylor Sanchez (5-3). Top perfromers: Falcon 1-hitter, 17K. Vicky Padin: 4 BB, R, 3 SB. Catie Falcon 1-3, R, RBI. CG 6-2. TER 6-3.

American 11, Miami Springs 6

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WP: Andrea Rincon (7-0). LP: T. Navarro. Top performers: Rincon 3-4, HR, 2 RBI. Bella Rodriguez 2-4, triple, 2 RBI. Briana Nieves 2-3, RBI. AM 8-0.

Mater Academy 18, Hialeah-Miami Lakes 3 (4)

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WP: Amanda Garcia (6-3). Top performers: M. Oliva 3-4, triple, 4 R, 2 RBI. A. Diaz 2-3, 2 R, RBI. MA 7-3.

Palmetto 10, Ferguson 1

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WP: Samantha Amaya (2-1). LP: Yesenia Mondragon. Top performers: Amaya 7 IP, 4 H, 13 K. Megan Greenwell 5-5, triple, 3 R, 2 RBI. Anissa Asad 1-1, 2 RBI. PAL 7-3.

Lourdes 8, Southwest 7 (8) – WP: Vanessa Flores (7-2). Top performers: Flores 4-5, double, winning run. Carolina Rodriguez 1-3, triple, 2 RBI. Jenny Herold 3-4. LOU 8-2.

Late Saturday — American 14, Glades Day 2 (5)

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WP: Andrea Rincon (5-0). LP: Onoga. Top performers: Jannell Perez 2-3, double, 3 RBI. Alexandra Fernandez 2-3, 2 RBI. Amanda Sosa 3-4, 3 R.

Late Saturday — American 7, Archbishop McCarthy 2

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WP: Andrea Rincon (6-0). LP: Dimier. Top performers: Kayleen Romero 4-4, double, 4 RBI. Alexandra Fernandez 1-4, double, RBI. Isabella Rodriguez 1-4, double, R. AM 7-0.

BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL

•  Hialeah-Miami Lakes d. American 25-7, 25-11, 25-9: Dennis Perez 3 kills, 21 assists, 13 aces. Gus Pena 9 kills, 3 digs. Malik Morrow 5 kills, block. HML 1-0.

BOYS’ TENNIS

•  TERRA 7, Southwest 0: Luis Diamanti (TER) won 7-5, 4-6, 6-4. Brian Melamud (TER) won 6-0, 6-0. Karl Hallstrand/ Ben Troen (TER) won 8-3. TER 6-1.

•  Miami Country Day 4, Ransom Everglades 3: Shaun Berman (MCD) won 8-3. Rafi Kassin (MCD) won 8-6. Max Cohan (MCD) won 9-7.

•  Doctors Charter 7, Divine Savior 0: Daniel Strouse (DOC) won singles No. 5 8-0. Felipe Donati (DOC) won singles No. 2 8-0. Jordan Millon (DOC) won singles No. 4 8-0. DOC 3-3.

GIRLS’ TENNIS

•  TERRA 7, Southwest 0: Samantha Franco (TER) won 8-0. Priscilla Perez (TER) won 8-1. Marisa Stephens won 8-6. TER 6-1.

•  Doctors Charter 7, Divine Savior 0: Victoria Menendez (DOC) won singles No. 3 8-0. Anahi Arce-Gross (DOC) won singles No. 4 8-0. Mia Irwanto (DOC) won singles No. 2 8-1. DOC 3-2.

•  Ransom Everglades 6, Miami Country Day 1: Vivian Fernandez won No. 3 singles 8-3. Marina Pataro won No. 4 singles 8-2. Nina Stein won No. 5 singles 8-3. RE 5-1.

BADMINTON

•  Varela 9, Sunset 1: Samantha Cruz won No. 1 girls singles 21-12, 21-6. Maria Ramos and Stef Rubio won No. 2 girls doubles 21-9, 21-12. Jose Pujols and Danny Navarro won No. 1 boys doubles 21-13, 24-22. VAR 3-0.

•  Varela 6, Ferguson 4: Valeria Matallana won No. 1 girls singles 21-10, 21-8. Maria Ramos and Stef Rubio won No. 2 girls doubles 21-4, 21-7. Maria Chicuen and Kevin Pizzollo won No. 1 mixed doubles 22-20, 21-18. VAR 4-0.

•  South Miami 8, Krop 2: Rosemary Chavez (SM) won girls singles 21-15, 21-7. Amarys Sanchez and Casey Glass (SM) won girls doubles 21-17, 21-18. Daniel Bonce and Arju Yudasto (SM) won boys doubles 21-7, 21-9. SM 2-1.

BOYS’ WATER POLO

•  Columbus 12, Miami Springs 5: Istvan Von Fedax 4 goals. James Watt 2 goals. Mario Muxo 2 goals. COL 5-4.

GIRLS’ WATER POLO

•  Palmetto 12, Coral Reef 11: Michelle Barrios (PAL) 7 goals. Ana Guerra (CR) 4 goals, 2 steals, 2 assists. Austyn Johnson (CR) 5 goals, 2 steals, 2 assists. Celeste Martinaz (CR) 11 saves. CR 0-3.

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BASEBALL

Hia. Grdns. vs. Hialeah (Alex Fernandez), 7

Krop vs. American (American), 3:30

Doral vs. Ransom (B&G Club Miami), 6

Princeton Chr. at Colonial Chr., 3:30

Ronald Reagan vs. Coral Gables (CG), 3:30

Killian vs. Miami Palmetto (CR Park), 3:30

Miami Country Day at Dade Chr., 3:30

Goleman vs. Miami Beach (Flamingo), 7

Palmer Trinity vs. Somerset Cha.(Goulds), 5

Homestead vs. HML(HML), 3:30

North Miami Beach vs. Carol City (CC), 3:30

Southwest vs. Coral Park (CP), 3:30

Mater Academy at. Northwestern, 3:30

Miami High vs. Miami Springs (MSP), 3:30

Ferguson vs. Sunset (Sunset), 3:30

Westland vs. Mourning (Pepper Park), 3:30

Belen Jesuit vs. Norland (Scott Park), 3:30

Varela vs. South Dade (SD), 7

Columbus vs. South Miami (SM), 3:30

Westminster Christian at St. Brendan,4

SOFTBALL

Mater Lakes at Arch. Carroll, 3:30

Doral Academy vs. Carrollton (CAR), 4

Miami Christian vs. Col.Chr.(CCS),4

Miami High vs. Coral Gables (CG), 3:30

South Dade vs. Coral Reef (CR), 4

Marathon vs. Florida Christian (FCS), 7

TERRA vs. Braddock (Braddock), 4

Palmer Trinity vs. Somerset Cha.(Goulds), 5

Miami Country Day vs. Keys Gate (La Ley), 4

Southwest vs. Coral Park (CP), 3:30

Varela vs. Killian (Palmetto Bay), 7

Southridge vs. Miami Palmetto (Palmetto), 7

Miami Beach vs. Miami Springs (MSP), 3:30

Ferguson vs. Sunset (Sunset), 4

Goleman vs. Ronald Reagan (RR), 3:30

Lourdes vs. South Miami (SM), 3:30

BOYS’ TENNIS

Southridge vs. Killian (Ron Eahman), 2:30

Booker T. vs. NMB (Spanish Monastary), 3

Krop vs. Gulliver Prep (GUL), 3

Carol City vs. HML(Goodlet), 3

South Miami vs. South Dade (SD), 3

Goleman vs. Mourning (Spanish Mon.),3

Palmetto vs. Sunset (Winston Park),3:30

Beach vs. Mia.Springs (MS Tennis Ctr), 3:30

GIRLS’ TENNIS

Beach vs. Mia.Springs (MS Tennis Ctr), 2

Southridge vs. Killian (Ron Eahman), 2:30

Carol City vs. HML(Goodlet), 3

Goleman vs. Mourning (Spanish Mon.), 3

South Miami vs. South Dade (SD), 3

Booker T. vs. NMB (Spanish Monastary), 3

Palmetto vs. Sunset (Winston Park),3:30

Braddock vs. Lourdes (Columbus), 3:30

Carrollton vs. MCD(Jockey Club), 4

BOYS’ WATER POLO

North Miami Beach vs. Krop (Victory Pool), 4

Mourning vs. Goleman(Palm Spring N.), 4:30

TERRA vs. Gulliver Prep (GUL), 5

Hialeah vs. Miami Country Day (MCD Pool), 5

Sunset vs. Southwest (Tamiami), 5

MAST vs. Mia.Springs (MSRec/Aqua Ctr.), 5

Miami Beach vs. Miami High (Hadley), 5

Hia. Gardens vs. Coral Gables (Tamiami), 7:30

GIRLS’ WATER POLO

North Miami Beach vs. Krop (Victory Pool), 3

Palmetto vs. C. Reef (Cutler Ridge Park), 3:30

Mourning vs. Goleman(Palm Spring N.), 3:30

Miami Beach vs. Miami High (Hadley), 4

Hialeah vs. Miami Country Day (MCD Pool), 4

TERRA vs. Gulliver Prep (GUL), 4

MAST vs. Mia.Springs (MSRec/Aqua Ctr.), 4

Sunset vs. Southwest (Tamiami), 4

Hia. Gardens vs. Gables (Tamiami), 6:30

BADMINTON

Southwest vs. TERRA (TER), 3

Mourning vs. Killian (Killian), 3

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