Davis-White sets U.S. top prep time in 200 meters


Last week’s best performances


A classic shootout between two of the top girls’ water polo teams in Broward ended with Laura Swanson pouring in six goals and an assist to lead the South Plantation girls’ water polo team (5-1) over American Heritage 14-10.


David Omsky and Jordan Gutt, University School, boys’ tennis: Omsky and Gutt each won singles and doubles titles to lead the Suns over Coral Springs Charter 5-2.

Carlos Penaranda, Pines Charter, boys’ track: Penaranda won the 1,600 and 3,200 (10:12.08) at the Hallandale Invitational.

Paige Fairchild, Coral Springs Charter, softball: Fairchild threw a complete-game three-hitter and struck out eight in a 4-1 victory over Mater Lakes.

Brooke Slade, Calvary Christian, softball: Slade went 2 for 3 with two RBI to lead the Eagles over Pine Crest 7-6.

Kyle Freire, Fort Lauderdale, boys’ water polo: Freire had six goals to lead the Flying L’s (5-3) over South Broward 11-6.

Lia King, Hallandale, girls’ track: King won the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles to lead the Chargers to the Hallandale Invitational title.

Adam Murray, Everglades, baseball: Murray tossed a complete-game three-hitter with 12 strikeouts to lift the Gators over Cypress Bay 2-0.

Kahlil Henderson, South Broward, boys’ track: Henderson won the 200 (21.21) and led the Bulldogs’ 400-meter relay team to victory at the Hallandale Invitational.

Lauren Burns, Cardinal Gibbons, girls’ lacrosse: Burns had five goals to lead the Chiefs in a 10-8 overtime victory over Coral Shores.

Nick Zuccaro, South Broward, boys’ volleyball: Zuccaro had nine kills and two blocks to lift the Bulldogs over Flanagan in three sets.

Mark LeBeau, Chaminade, boys’ volleyball: LeBeau had nine service points, five aces, 12 assists and two kills to lead the Lions over Hollywood Hills in three sets.

Amedeo Zanotti, Archbishop McCarthy, boys’ volleyball: Zanotti had 12 spikes, three aces and 16 kills to lead the Mavericks over Cypress Bay in five sets.

Pemron Burrows, Coral Springs Christian, baseball: Burrows went 2 for 2 with two RBI to lead the Crusaders over Highlands Christian 10-0.

Mack Nathanson, North Broward, baseball: Nathanson went 2 for 3 with a home run and four RBI in a 14-6 victory over Trinity Christian.

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After her hopes for a New Balance Nationals Indoor sprint double were dashed with a controversial disqualification in the 60 meters, Boyd Anderson’s Kali Davs-White stormed back with a vengeance to break the meet record in the 200 meters and establish a new U.S. No. 1 time at the Armory Track and Field Center in New York on Sunday.

In capping an extraordinary indoor season, Davis-White reeled in Long Beach Poly's Ariana Washington- California’s reigning 100 and 200 meter state champion on the straightaway and passed Washington with five meters left for the come-from-behind victory in 23.48.

“I felt the disqualification in the 60 meters worked out in my favor,’’ Davis-White, a FSU signee said. “I wouldn’t have been able to run the 60 all out and then run the 23.48 in the 200. God had a plan. All this means is I’m on the path to college.”

Davis-White’s new 200 Indoors personal-best ranks No. 7 all-time.

Davis-White ran 23.64 in her prelims to break the previous meet record (23.78) only to see Washington best her mark in her heat, setting the stage for arguably the most dramatic finish of the meet.


The South team beat the West team 1-0 Saturday morning at the Florida Athletic Coaches Association boys’ senior all-star game in Tampa at the University of South Florida. Boca Raton’s Matheus Macedo scored the winning goal off an assist from Miami Country Day’s Edurado Macedo in the second half.


Pines Charter 18, Stranahan 3


WP: Mark Bejar (1-0). LP: Ford. Top performers: Derick Garcia 3-4, HR, 3 RBI. Jake Jacobs 3-3, HR, double, 2 RBI. Jesse Gonzalez 2-3, double, 4 RBI.


•  Flanagan 18, South Plantation 4 — WP: Jessica Degan. Top performers: K. Morrow 3-4, 2 RBI. D. Bush 2-3, 2 RBI. B. Figeroa 2 RBI. Degan 5 IP; 2-4, RBI.


•  St. Thomas Aquinas d. South Plantation 25-17, 25-14, 25-19: Stefano Rivera 33 assists, 5 digs, 20 points, 8 aces. Nicolas Rusk 9 kills, 6 digs, 13 points, 9 aces. STA 3-0.

•  South Broward d. McArthur 25-18, 25-19, 25-20: Andrew Brockman 19 kills, 11 points, 2 blocks. Adam Roberti 18 points, 20 assists, 3 kills. SB 4-0.

•  Chaminade d. Everglades 25-18, 25-14, 25-13: Tyler McCurdy 10 assists, 9 digs, 7 points, 2 aces, 6 kills. Dan Callahan 11 points, 4 aces, 7 kills, 2 blocks. CHA 5-0.


•  Boys’: Belen 6, Archbishop McCarthy 1: Juan Lorido (BEL) won No. 1 singles 8-6. Andrew Puglisi (AMC) won singles No. 2 9-7.

•  Girls’: Ransom 7, Sagemont 0: Allegra Hanlon won No. 1 singles 8-1. Lindsey Mendelson won No.2 singles 8-0. Claudia Mackenzie won No. 3 singles 8-0. RE 7-1.


•  Mater Academy 18, Somerset 12 (OT): Alondra Angulo 120 Passing yards, 2 TD; 91 rush yards, TD. Emily Acosta 5 receptions, 68 yds, TD; 2 interceptions. MA 1-0.


•  Boys’: Archbishop McCarthy 12, Miami Country Day 12 (OT).

•  Girls’: Pope John Paul 20, Cardinal Gibbons 1.



Monarch vs. Coconut Creek (C. Creek), 3:45

Deerfield at Coral Springs, 6:30

Coral Glades vs. Douglas (Home), 3:45

Everglades vs. Hallandale(Johnson),3:45

Boyd Anderson vs. Northeast (Home), 7

McArthur vs. Nova (Home), 7

Taravella vs. Piper (Home), 7

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

Plantation vs. South Broward (SB), 6:30

Western vs. South Plantation (SP), 3:45


Coconut Creek vs. Boyd Anderson (BA), 4

Chaminade at Cardinal Gibbons, 4

Piper vs. Coral Glades (CGLA), 4

Blanche Ely vs. Dillard (DIL), 4

Coral Springs vs. Douglas (Home), 4

McCarthy at Ft. Lauderdale, 6:30

Nova vs. McArthur (MCA), 6:30

Monarch vs. Northeast (NE), 6:30

Plantation vs. South Broward (SB), 4

Taravella vs. S. Plant.(Pop Travers Park), 4

Boca Raton vs. American Heritage (AHP), 6


Fort Lauderdale vs. Blanche Ely (Home), 4

Coral Glades vs. Creek (Windmill Park), 4

Coral Springs vs. Deerfield Beach (Home), 4

Pompano Beach vs. Dillard (Home), 4

Everglades vs. Flanagan (Home), 4

Hills vs. Miramar (Lakeshore Park), 4

Douglas vs. Monarch (Home), 4

Cypress Bay vs. Northeast (Home), 4

South Broward vs. Nova (Home), 4

Cardinal Gibbons at Pines Charter, 4

S. Plant. vs. Plantation (Ctrl Park), 4

West Broward vs. Western (Home), 4

Krop vs. American Heritage (AHP), 3


Fort Lauderdale vs. Blanche Ely (Home), 4

Coral Glades vs. Creek (Windmill Park), 4

Coral Springs vs. Deerfield Beach (Home), 4

Pompano Beach vs. Dillard (Home), 4

Everglades vs. Flanagan (Home), 4

Hills vs. Miramar (Lakeshore Park), 4

Douglas vs. Monarch (Home), 4

Cypress Bay vs. Northeast (Home), 4

South Broward vs. Nova (Home), 4

Cardinal Gibbons at Pines Charter, 4

S. Plant. vs. Plantation (Ctrl Park), 4

West Broward vs. Western (Home), 4

Krop vs. American Heritage (AHP), 3


American Heritage at W. Broward, 4:30

South Plant. at Cardinal Gibbons, 4:30

Coconut Creek at Zion Lutheran, 4:30

University School at Cooper City, 4:30

Pompano Beach vs. Coral Springs (Home), 6

Cypress Bay vs. Nova (Home), 6

Plantation vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (STA), 4:30

Piper vs. Western (WES), 4:30


Miramar vs. Cypress Bay (Home), 4:30

Cooper City vs. Everglades (EVR), 4:30

Flanagan vs. Hallandale (HAL), 4:30

Western vs. Hollywood Hills (Home), 4:30

Fort Lauderdale vs. Plantation (Home), 4:30

Nova vs. South Broward (SB), 4:30

McArthur vs. Stranahan (STR), 4:30

Northeast vs. Taravella (TAR), 4


Aquinas at Ft. Lauderdale, 7:30


Aquinas at Ft. Lauderdale, 6:30


Cardinal Gibbons vs. Belen Jesuit (Belen), 4

Cypress Bay vs. Flanagan (FLA), 5

West Broward vs. South Plantation (SP), 5

Western vs. University School (US), 5


Cypress Bay vs. Flanagan (FLA), 5

Boca Raton vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (STA), 5

Western vs. University School (US), 5

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