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Columbus, Ferguson capture track meet

 

From Miami Herald Wire Services

The Miami Columbus boys’ and Miami Ferguson girls’ track teams took home first-place finishes at the Falcon Invitational hosted by Ferguson on Saturday.

The Explorers barely edged rival Miami Belen 110-107.2. Columbus’ Jordan Guest won the long jump, 110-meter hurdles and triple jump, Jesus Wilson won the 100-meter dash, and Amir Rasul was faster than all others in the 200-meter dash. Columbus also ran the fastest time in the 400-meter relay (42.74).

• Boys’ results — Columbus 110, Belen 107.2, Ferguson 70.2, Lely 54, Naples Barron Collier 53.50, Coral Park 44.2, Sunset 42, Gulliver 27, Florida Christian 26, Coral Reef 25 — 100-meter dash: Jesus Wilson (COL) 11.32; 200-meter dash: Amir Rasul (COL) 22.34; 400-meter dash: Calvin Jean (BC) 49.65; 800-meter run: D’Andre Smith (CAR) 2:01.34; 1600-meter run: Avery Lopez (BEL) 4:25.88; 3200-meter run: Avery Lopez (BEL) 9:36.68; 110-meter hurdles: Jordan Guest (COL) 15.85; 300-meter hurdles: Anderson Joseph (LELY) 41.45; 400-meter relay: COL 42.74; 1600-meter relay: BC 3:29.86; 3200-meter relay: BEL 8:11.01; high jump: David Claro (FER) 6-2; pole vault: Jose Roca (BEL) 13-0; long jump: Jordan Guest (COL) 20-4; triple jump: Jordan Guest (COL) 42-10; shot put: Kevin Delgado (CP) 57-3; discus throw: Kevin Delgado (CP) 147-8.

• Girls’ results — Ferguson 121, Lourdes 99.5, Ransom 98, Lely 82, Coral Reef 56, Gulliver 35.5, Jensen Beach 34, Florida Christian 30, Varela 27, Mater Academy 26 — 100-meter dash: Kamaria Johnson (FER) 13.21; 200-meter dash: Ulani Toussaint (MA) 25.61; 400-meter dash: Ulani Toussaint (MA) 58.87; 800-meter run: Corina Velazco (LOU) 2:21.01; 1600-meter run: Corina Velazco (LOU) 5:11.05; 3200-meter run: Lourdes Brea (LOU) 11:27.07; 100-meter hurdles: Natalie Jacobs (LOU) 16.22; 300-meter hurdles: Natalie Jacobs (LOU) 47.41; 400-meter relay: Lely 50.97; 1600-meter relay: FER 4:09.82; 3200-meter relay: RE 9:57.20; high jump: Taylor Dames (CR) 5-2; pole vault: Alina Anderson (GUL) 10-0; long jump: Kamaria Johnson (FER) 15-10.5; triple jump: Marina Gatihno (FC) 33-11; shot put: Brandy Smith (RE) 37-6; discus throw: Brandy Smith (RE) 124-4.

FLAG FOOTBALL

The Miami Dolphins hosted their annual Girls’ High School Flag Football Jamboree at the Doctor’s Hospital Training Facility in Davie.

Approximately 400 student athletes participated in the 14-game event. Twenty-eight of the top programs in South Florida played in the annual tune-up.

“We had another successful event this year,” said Twan Russell, Miami Dolphins director of youth programs. “Every year the participation continues to grow. This shows how much girls’ flag football has evolved as a sport. We really enjoy hosting the ladies at our facility and look forward to seeing them again next year.”

Since 1997, the Dolphins and Broward County Athletic Association (BCAA) have partnered in these games.

“I think that the games were very exciting, and the kids had a good time out here,” said Rocky Gillis, BCAA athletic director. “It adds to the momentum that the teams need going into the season. Overall, the event was very successful.”

The girls’ flag football regular season begins Monday.

Scores:

• Western 18, Coral Springs 7.

• Coral Glades 6, Plantation 0.

• Stranahan 25, Monarch 0.

• Miramar 14, Taravella 7.

• Deerfield Beach 12, West Broward 0.

• Northeast 7, Flanagan 0.

• Fort Lauderdale 14, Cooper City 7.

• Pompano Beach 12, Dillard 0.

• Everglades 26, South Plantation 0.

• Hallandale 19, Nova 0.

• Boyd Anderson 18, McArthur 0.

• Coconut Creek 8, South Broward 0.

• Pace 45, Mater Lakes 0.

• Mater Academy 19, Somerset South 0.

MORE BOYS’ TRACK

• Hallandale Invitational — Central 115, Jackson 107, Southridge 77, Hallandale 61, Pines Charter 57, Piper 37, Dwyer 35, South Broward 32, Pompano Beach 28, Blake 24, Doral 23, LaSalle 22, St. Thomas Aquinas 8 — high jump: Raymond Price-Murray (BLK) 5-8; pole vault: Aaron Humyn (DWY) 13-6; long jump: Trevon Nottage (CEN) 20-8; triple jump: Jamal Dorvilier (SR) 43-7; discus throw: William Gendusa (DWY) 134-2; shot put: Aaron Hanna (CEN) 53-0.5; 3200-meter relay: PPC 8:13.64; 110-meter hurdles: Chris Prophet (SR) 14.57; 100-meter dash: Tyrone Thornton (JAC) 10.81; 1600-meter run: Carlos Penaranda (PPC) 4:36.89; 400-meter relay: SB 42.2; 400-meter dash: Jaquez Wilson (HAL) 49.65; 300-meter hurdles: Chris Prophet (SR) 38.53; 800-meter run: Allen Searaphin (CEN) 2.66; 200-meter dash: Kahlil Henderson (SB) 21.21; 3200-meter run: Carlos Penaranda (PPC) 10:12.08; 1600-meter relay: SR 3:25.43.

MORE GIRLS’ TRACK

• Hallandale 147, Dwyer 123, Southridge 108, Central 62, Pompano Beach 41, Doral 37, Blake 35, St. Brendan 28, LaSalle 26, St. Thomas Aquinas — high jump: Edquisha Alvin (HAL) 5-2; pole vault: Kelsey Palheygi (STA) 9-6; long jump: Lia King (HAL) 17-6; triple jump: Lia King (HAL) 37-10; discus throw: Olivia Massey (BLK) 95-1.5; shot put: Epiphany Thompson (SR) 36-7.25; 3200-meter relay: CEN 10.9; 100-meter hurdles: Lia King (HAL) 14.23; 100-meter dash: Regine Williams (HAL) 11.88; 1600-meter run: Sherrie Hinds (CEN) 5:32.34; 400-meter relay: LAS 50.65; 400-meter dash: Kaitlin Todd (SR) 59.09; 300-meter hurdles: Lia King (HAL) 45.86; 800-meter run: Ladicia Henfield (CEN) 2:26.97; 200-meter dash: Regine Williams (HAL) 24.69; 3200-meter run: Lianna Farnesi (DA) 12:05.61; 1600-meter relay: SR 4:04.65.

BASEBALL

Palmer Trinity School 8, Coral Shores 4

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WP: Julian Stark (2-0). LP: Will Goodwin. Top performers: Blake Miller 2-3, HR, R, 5 RBI, BB. Stark 3-4, double. Nick Font 2-3, double, R, RBI, BB, SB. PT 4-4.

Late Friday — Hialeah 10, Jackson 0 (6)

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WP: Kevin Betancourt (1-0). LP: J. Nunez. Top performers: Arnaldo Brito 2-4, double RBI, R. Nestor Cortes 1-3, double, 3 RBI, R. Kevin Betancourt 6 IP, no-hitter, 12 K. HIA 6-3.

Late Friday — Hialeah 10, Hialeah-Miami Lakes 0 (6)

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WP: Alexis Herrera (3-0). LP: Bryan Sanchez. Top performers: Carlos Reyes 3-3, 2 doubles, RBI, 2 R. Arnaldo Brito 2-2, RBI, R. Nestor Cortes 2-4, double, 3 RBI, 2 R.

Late Friday — Doral 8, Somerset 6

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WP: Kevin Alloroa. SV: Andres Fernandez. Top performers: Alejandro Juvier 2-3, triple, 2 R, 2 RBI. Chris Hernandez 2-4, R, RBI. Christian Martinez 3-3, 2 R, RBI.

Late Friday — Ransom 9, Miami Country Day 3

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WP: Chris Rossi (3-0). LP: Fente. Top performers: Rossi 6 IP, 6 K; double, 2 R. Royevan Armas 2-4, R, RBI. Matthew Heisenbottle 2-4, 2 R. Garret Rubin 1-2, R.

SOFTBALL

Jupiter 3, Gulliver 0

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WP: Kylie Hanson. LP: Gabbee Draney (4-1). Top performers: Hanson (JUP) CG SHO, 4 H. Frye (JUP) 2-3 RBI. Ashley Leon (GUL) 2-3, 2 SB. GUL 5-1. JUP 8-3.

Late Friday — South Dade 5, Riverdale 4

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WP: Christina Bramblett (6-4). LP: Riley Caylor. Top performers: Lizzie Diaz 2-3, R. Samantha Cardillo 2-3, HR, 3 RBI, R. SD 9-6.

Late Friday — Chaminade 6, Fort Lauderdale 2

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WP: McCabe (4-3). LP: Sweetapple (6-2). Top performers: Yero (CHA) 1-2, 2 RBI, 2 BB, R. McCabe (CHA) 0 ER, 10 K. Krom (FTL) 1-3, double, 2 RBI.

BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL

Arcbishop McCarthy finished third out of 12 teams at the Dr. Phillips Tournament and is now 6-1 on the season.

• McCarthy d. Dr. Phillips 25-23, 25-18: Amedeo Zanotti 6 points, 10 kills, 11 digs. Joe Figueroa 5 points, 25 assists. Michael Morieras 7 points, 6 kills, 7 digs.

• Gold Bracket — Lymann d. McCarthy 25-22, 25-9: Luis Vazquez 5 points, 2 aces, 11 digs.

• Gold Bracket — McCarthy d. Olympia 27-25, 23-25, 15-9: Brandon Duren 7 kills, 7 blocks. Amedeo Zanotti 6 points, 2 aces, 10 kills. Joe Figueroa 30 assists. AMC 6-1.

• Late Friday — McCarthy d. East river 25-20, 25-18: Alec Rodriguez 7 points, 7 kills, 5 digs. Nick Monaco 6 kills, 2 blocks. Joe Figueroa 5 points, 22 assists.

• Late Friday — McCarthy d. Boone 25-15, 25-20: Brandon Duren 8 kills, 3 blocks. Amedeo Zanotti 7 points, 2 aces, 7 kills, 12 digs. Luis Vazquez 7 points, 14 digs.

• Late Friday — Chaminade d. Pace 25-20, 22-25, 25-21, 25-21: Dan Callahan 29 kills, 6 points, 4 aces. Tyler McCurdy 41 assists, 13 points, 6 aces, 3 kills. Ryan Tetoff 7 kills, 4 blocks. CHA 4-0.

• Late Friday — South Broward d. Flanagan 25-21, 25-12, 25-12: Nick Zuccaro 9 kills, 2 blocks. SB 3-0.

• Late Friday — Cardinal Gibbons d. South Plantation 25-13, 25-11, 25-17: Corry Short 12 kills, 8 digs, 11 points, 6 aces. Dylan Hall 10 kills, 5 digs, 14 points, 2 blocks. CG 4-1.

• Late Friday — Sunset d. Palmetto 22-25, 29-27, 21-25, 25-17, 15-9: Juan De la Hoz 16 kills, 12 digs, 3 blocks. Junior Franklin 14 kills, 2 blocks. Everett La France 47 assists, 7 digs. SUN 2-0.

• Late Tuesday — Palmetto d. Westminster Christian 25-19, 25-13, 25-21: Kory Schulz 13 kills, 10 digs, 9 points. Tarek Saade 33 assists, 3 aces. Devin Decker 10 kills, 3 blocks. Tanner Ray 7 kills, 4 digs. PAL 1-0.

BOYS’ TENNIS

• Coral Reef 6, Killian 1: Johann Rapp (CR) won singles No. 2 8-1. Lucas Nickolich (CR) won singles No. 3 8-0. Tony Falcon (CR) won singles No. 4 8-0.

• Late Thursday — University 5, Coral Springs Charter 2: David Omsky (US) won singles No. 1 8-2. Jordan Gutt (US) won singles No. 2 8-4. Andy Castellanos (CSCha.) won singles No. 3 9-8.

GIRLS’ TENNIS

• Late Friday — Coral Reef 4, Killian 3: Gabrielle Wreder (KIL) won No. 1 singles 8-6. Alexandria Hitt (CR) won No. 2 singles 8-6. Nicole Jimenez (CR) won No. 3 singles 8-0.

• Late Friday — Miami Country Day 7, Palmer Trinity 0: Calypso Peraticos won singles No. 1 8-4. Megan Tate won singles No. 2 8-2. Janna Sayfie won singles No. 5 8-0.

• Late Thursday — University 5, Coral Springs Charter 2: Danielle Obolevitch (US) won singles No. 1 8-1. Natalie Benayoun (US) won singles No. 2 8-0. Shelby Kahn (US) won singles No. 3 8-0.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

• Late Friday — West Broward 12 Flanagan 10: Arielle Jonas 7 goals, 2 assists. Kristi Ten 2 goals, assist.

• Late Friday — Cardinal Gibbons 10, Coral Shores 8 (OT): Lauren Burns 5 goals. CG 1-5.

BOYS’ WATER POLO

• Late Friday — Hialeah 17, Miami High 11.

GIRLS’ WATER POLO

• Late Friday — Miami High 12, Hialeah 6.

BADMINTON

• 2013 Youth Fair Badminton Tournament — Palmetto 11, Coral Reef 7, Coral Park 7, Coral Gables 6, South Miami 4, Varela 4, Terra 4, Reagan 4, Mourning 2, Sunset 1 — boys’ singles: Gabriel Tai (RR) d. Kevin Lopez (CG) 21-18, 21-15; girls’ singles: Janice Morales (CP) d. Samantha Cruz (VAR) 21-8, 21-8; boys’ doubles: Garcia/Garcia (CR) d. Julian Carbajales/Aaron Mutoh (PAL) 23-21, 21-16; girls’ doubles: Alex Corujo/Brooke McDermott (TER) d. Wendy Pizzaro/Katherine Zhou (CR) 21-17, 21-11; mixed doubles: Wendy Lau/Marcos Muina (PAL) d. Gautama Jaramillo/Joseph Domeq (CG) 21-18, 17-21, 21-7.

MONDAY’S SCHEDULE

BASEBALL

Hialeah Gardens vs. Krop (Krop), 3:30

Archbishop Curley vs. Mater Lakes (Florida Memorial), 3:30

Norland vs. Booker T. Washington (Gibson Park), 3:30

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

LaSalle vs. St. Brendan (STB), 3:30

Fort Lauderdale vs. Cypress Bay (Home), 6:30

Northeast vs. Hallandale (Johnson Park), 3:45

Dillard vs. Pompano Beach (Home), 6:30

Pembroke Pines Charter vs. Stranahan (STR), 3:45

Dade Christian vs. American Heritage (AHP), 7

BOYS’ TENNIS

Miami Beach vs. TERRA (Kendalltown), 2

Ronald Reagan vs. Mourning (Spanish Monastary), 2:30

Southwest vs. South Miami (Tropical), 3

Ransom Everglades vs. Sagemont (Weston Tennis Center), 3

BOYS’ WATER POLO

Belen Jesuit vs. Columbus (COL), 4:30

Miami High vs. TERRA (MDC South), 9

Flanagan vs. Northeast (Home), 5:30

SOFTBALL

North Miami Beach vs. Mourning (Ives Estates), 3

Palmer Trinity vs. Archbishop Carroll (Carroll), 3:30

Hialeah Gardens vs. Krop (Krop), 3:30

Miami Central vs. Hialeah-Miami Lakes (HML), 3:30

American vs. Hialeah (Milander), 7

Mater Academy Charter vs. Homestead (Homestead), 3:30

Northwestern vs. Norland (Norwood), 3:30

Coral Park vs. Southwest (Tropical), 4

Ferguson vs. TERRA (Indian Hammocks), 3:30

Coral Glades vs. Pompano Beach (Pompano Tennis Center), 4

Fort Lauderdale vs. West Broward (Home), 4

Ransom Everglades vs. Sagemont (Weston Tennis Center), 3

Hollywood Hills vs. Fort Lauderdale (Home), 6:30

South Plantation at Flanagan, 6:30

GIRLS’ TENNIS

Miami Beach vs. TERRA (Kendalltown), 2

Reagan vs. Mourning (Spanish Monastary), 2:30

Ransom vs. Sagemont (Weston TC), 3

Southwest vs. South Miami (Tropical), 3

Hills vs. Hallandale (Golden Isle), 4

Coral Glades vs. Pompano (Pompano TC), 4

Fort Lauderdale vs. West Broward (Home), 4

Ransom vs. Sagemont (Weston), 3

GIRLS’ WATER POLO

Miami High vs. TERRA (MDC South), 8

Flanagan vs. Northeast (NE), 4:30

BADMINTON

Hialeah Gardens vs. Mourning (ATM), 3

BOYS’ LACROSSE

McCarthy vs. MCD (MCD), 7

Cooper City vs. Flanagan (FLA), 5

South Plantation vs. St. Thomas (STA), 5

McCarthy vs. MCD (MCD), 7

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

Miami Beach vs. TERRA (Home), 2

Reagan vs. Mourning (Spanish Monastary), 2:30

North Miami Beach vs. Mourning (ATM), 3

Cardinal Gibbons vs. Pope John Paul II (PJP), 4

Cooper City vs. Flanagan (FLA), 5

BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL

Douglas vs. Coral Springs (Home), 6

Coral Glades vs. Deerfield Beach (Home), 6

Chaminade vs. Everglades (EVR), 4:30

Pines Charter vs. Flanagan (Home), 4:30

South Broward vs. McArthur (MCA), 4:30

Hollywood Hills vs. Miramar (MIR), 4:30

Northeast vs. Plantation (PLA), 4:30

St. Thomas vs. S. Plantation (SP), 4:30

Monarch vs. Taravella (TAR), 4:30

FLAG FOOTBALL

Piper vs. Boyd Anderson (BA), 4:30

Hollywood Hills vs. Hallandale (HAL), 4:30

Deerfield Beach vs. Northeast (NE), 4:30

Pines Charter vs. McCarthy (AMC), 4:30

Monarch vs. Pompano Beach (PB), 4:30

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