Vazquez propels Archbishop Carroll in 8 innings


Last week’s best performances


The Columbus boys’ and Ferguson girls’ track teams each won team titles at the Falcon Invitational. Jordan Guest won the 110-meter hurdles, long jump and triple jump to lead the Explorers. Kamaria Johnson won the 100 meters and long jump to lead Ferguson.

The Central boys’ track team won the Hallandale Invitational. Trevon Nottage (long jump), Aaron Hanna (shot put) and Allen Searaphin (800) all won events for the Rockets.


Michael Mediavilla, Mater Academy, baseball: Mediavilla had 13 strikeouts to lead the Lions in a 2-0 win against Gulliver.

J.C. Garcia, Varela, baseball: Garcia had a combined four RBI in wins against South Dade and Palmetto.

Dayna Wilson, Coral Reef, softball: Wilson gave up only one combined run in two complete game victories for the Barracudas over Palmetto and South Dade.

Jensen Rayburn, Archbishop Curley, softball: Rayburn went a combined 5 for 5 with seven runs and four RBI to lead the Knights to wins against Miami Country Day and Somerset.

Marko Petrovic, Reagan, boys’ tennis: Petrovic won his No. 1 singles match 3-6, 6-1, 10-7 to lead the Bison to a 5-2 win against Palmetto.

Allegra Hanlon, Ransom, tennis: Hanlon won her No. 1 singles match 9-7 to lead the Raiders to a 6-1 win against Carrollton.

Juan De La Hoz, Sunset, boys’ volleyball: De La Hoz had 16 kills and 12 digs to lead the Knights over Palmetto in a five-set victory.

Will Ragheb, Miami Beach, boys’ water polo: Ragheb had eight goals and three steals to lead the Hi-Tides to a 13-11 win against Miami High.

Michelle Barrios, Palmetto, girls’ water polo: Barrios had seven goals to lead the Panthers to a 12-11 win against Coral Reef.

Jordi Dalmau, Gulliver, boys’ lacrosse: Dalmau had four goals to lead the Raiders to a 15-8 win over Ransom.

Lexi Jimenez, Killian, girls’ lacrosse: Jimenez had three goals and two assists to lead the Cougars to an 11-6 win against Palmetto.

Gabriel Tai, Reagan, boys’ badminton: Tai won the boys’ singles division at the Youth Fair championships.

Janice Morales, Coral Park, girls’ badminton: Morales won the girls’ singles division at the Youth Fair championships.

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The Miami Herald’s South Florida Top 10


1. Arch. McCarthy (9-0)

2. Amer. Heritage (8-1)

3. Mater Academy (8-0)

4. Mater Lakes (6-1-1)

5. American (8-1)

6. Flanagan (7-2)

7. Douglas (7-1)

8. Monsignor Pace (6-3)

9. Columbus (7-2)

10. Crl. Springs Chr. (8-2)

Under consideration: Killian (8-2-1), Sunset (8-1), North Broward Prep (7-2), Westwood Christian (6-1-1), Calvary Christian (5-2-1), Florida Christian (6-3).


1. Cypress Bay (8-0)

2. Pines Charter (9-0)

3. Amer. Heritage (10-1)

4. Gulliver (5-1)

5. Coral Reef (10-0)

6. Crl. Springs Cha. (8-0)

7. Westminster Chr. (5-2)

8. Lourdes (9-2)

9. Aquinas (8-2)

10. Taravella (7-1)

Under consideration: American (10-0), Douglas (7-3), Southwest (10-3), Doral (6-2), Calvary Christian (9-1), Western (6-2).

From Miami Herald Staff Reports

With a walk-off, two-run base hit from Alex Vazquez in the bottom of the eighth inning, the Archbishop Carroll baseball team snuck past Mater East with a 7-6 win.

Archbishop Carroll 7, Mater East 6 (8)


WP: Dean Garabgedian (2-1). LP: R. Tolentino. Top performers: Garabgedian: 2 IP, 2 H, BB, 4 K, 1 R, 0 ER; 3-4, 2 R. Alex Vazquez 1-2, 2 RBI, walk-off. CAR 4-4.


Three Miami Beach football players recently signed with colleges. Wide receiver Woodley Bercy signed with New Mexico Highlands, wide receiver/cornerback Dimitri Gardner signed with Adams State, and defensive end/linebacker Trevon Garnett signed with Tusculum College.


The South team beat the West team 1-0 Saturday morning at the Florida Athletic Coaches Association boys’ senior all-star games 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 Eduardo Macedo in the second half.


Hialeah Gardens 5, Krop 4


WP: Robert Ledesma. Top performers: Peter Rodriguez 3-4, triple, RBI, R. HG 4-6.

Norland 9, Booker T. Washington 4


WP: Kevin Harris. Top performers: Harris CG, 7 IP, K, BB, ER, 3 H. .

Late Friday — Miami Christian 12, Keys Gate 10


WP: Cristobal Arenas (3-1). Top performers: Miguel Perez 2-3, HR, 3 RBI.


Archbishop Carroll 16, Palmer Trinity 0 (3)


WP: Devan Cinalli (6-3). LP: L. Keller. Top performers: Cinalli and Justine Cinalli combined perfect game (first in school history).

Princeton Christian 15, Miami Christian 0 (3)


WP: Courtney Cox (7-1). Top performers: Heather Hedges 2-3, double, HR, 3 RBI. PRI 7-1.

TERRA 16, Ferguson 1


WP: Tayler Sanchez (7-4). Top performers: Sanchez 4 K; 2 RBI, R.

Hialeah Gardens 10 Krop 0 — WP: Kristina Viega 4 1/3 IP, 10 K, H.

Southwest 16, Coral Park 0 — WP: Samantha Lanzas. Top performers: Lanzas 6 K; 3-4, 3 HR, 6 RBI.


•  Columbus d. Hialeah 25-20, 24-26, 25-16, 25-11.

•  Varela d. Miami High 25-14, 25-21, 21-25, 25-17.


• Reagan 4, Mourning 3: Juan Villasmil (RR) won singles No. 3 8-0. Alejandro Rico (RR) won singles No. 5 8-0. Juan Tovar/Rico (RR) won doubles No. 1 doubles 8-6. Villasmil/Nelson Romero (RR) won doubles No. 2 8-2. RR 8-1.

• Coral Gables 7, Braddock 0: Sebastian Gazzolo (CG) won singles No. 1 8-0. Federico Mercado (CG) won singles No. 2 8-0. CG 5-1.

• Miami Beach 4, TERRA 3: Daniel Bertak (MB) won singles No. 2 8-4. Omar Azzaoui (MB) won No. 4 singles 8-1. Barry Rapport (MB) won No. 5 singles 8-5. Bertak/Justin Wald (MB) won No. 1 doubles 8-3. MB 7-3.

• Palmetto 7, South Dade 0: Victor Garcia won No. 1 singles 8-0. Max Woodbury won No. 2 singles 8-2. William Yang won No. 3 singles 8-0. Garcia/Aaron Mares won No. 1 doubles 8-0. PAL 6-3.

• Belen 6, Arcbishop McCarthy 1: Juan Lorido (BEL) won No. 1 singles 8-6. Bryan Rodriguez (BEL) won No. 3 singles 8-4. Christian Perez (BEL) won No. 4 singles 8-2. Rodriguez/Alejandro Hasagowa won doubles No. 1 6-0. BEL 7-2.

• Hillel 5, Doctors Charter 2.Sion Cherem (HIL) won singles No. 3 8-5. David Woldenberg (HIL) won singles No. 4 8-6.

• Palmer Trinity 7, Westminster Christian 0. Carlos Singer won singles No. 2 8-3.


• Krop 4, Gulliver 1: Cassie Pough (KR) won No. 1 singles 8-1. Juliete Dalmau (GUL) won No. 2 singles 8-2. Naiya Oden (KR) won No. 3 singles 8-5. Sophia Sultan (KR) won No. 4 singles 8-4. Naomi Maehama (KR) won No. 5 singles 8-5. KR 8-0. GUL 9-1.

• Coral Gables 7, Braddock 0: Isabella Blanes (CG) won singles No. 1 8-2. Paulina Bejar (CG) won singles No. 2 8-0. CG 4-1.

• Palmetto 7, South Dade 0: Olivia Schuitema won No. 1 singles 8-0. Gaby Montes won No. 2 singles (dflt). Samantha Sarason won No. 3 singles 8-0. Caitlin Kaloostian/Sarason won No. 1 doubles 8-0. PAL 8-1.

• Mourning 7, Reagan 0: Anastassia Palivets won singles No. 1 8-1. Jackie Rosales won singles No. 2 8-6. Natalie Hernandez won singles No. 3 8-3. ATM 10-1.

• Carrollton 4, Riviera Prep 3: Lindy Lyons (CAR) won No. 1 singles 8-5. Sima Vasquez (CAR) won No. 3 singles 8-3. Lucia Pinero (CAR) won No. 4 singles 8-5. CAR 6-2.

• 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.

• Hillel 6, Doctors Charter 0: Sarah Dreyfuss won singles No. 1 8-0. Andrea Waxman won singles No. 2 8-3. Dani Scheck won singles No. 3 8-0.

• Westminster Christian 4, Palmer Trinity 3: Sarah Fernandez (WC) won singles No. 1 8-2. Hallie Parten (PT) won singles No. 2 8-5.


Belen 14, Columbus 6: Herzen Cortes 4 goals. Enrique Lam 4 goals.

• St. Andrews Tournament — Gulliver 18, American Heritage 4: Alex Guerra 3 goals, 4 steals. Juan Strusinski 3 goals, 3 steals. Michael Kelly 2 goals, 3 assists.;Gulliver 11, Lake Nona 7: Alex Guerra 4 goals, 4 steals. Jan Strusinski 6 goals, 2 assists, 2 steals. Brett Gilbert 14 saves. GUL 6-4.


• St. Andrews Tournament — Gulliver 12, Boone 5: Ale Guerra 3 goals, 3 assists. Camila Schafer 6 steals. Dani Fuertes 4 goals;Gulliver 15, Suncoast 3: Katja Rocha 3 goals, 7 steals. Camila Schafer 3 goals, 3 steals. Dani Fuertes 3 goals, 2 steals;Gulliver 6, Lake Nona 5: Ale Guerra 2 goals, 3 ejections drawn. Dani Fuertes 2 goals, 2 assists. Rebecca Serrano 2 goals, 4 steals. GUL 10-1.


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


• Mater Academy 18, Somerset 12 (OT). Emily Acosta 5 receptions, 68 yds, TD; 2 interceptions. Elexus Martin 10 flag pulls, 3 sacks. MA 1-0.

• International Studies Charter 13, Mater Lakes 12 (OT). Ashley Scott 4 sacks, 8 flag pulls. Manuela Mesa interception.

• Hebrew Academy 33, Hialeah Educational Academy 19. Florencia Chami 3 TD, extra point, 2 interceptions, 120 INT yards. Rachel Kahn pass TD, receiving TD, 2 extra points. Racheli Matis TD. Yale Rosenberg 5 flag pulls, 2 sacks. Adina Brodstein 4 flag pulls, sack.


• Palmetto 6, Southwest 4: Andrew Huang (PAL) won No. 1 boys singles 21-19, 21-9. Tahlia Quartin (SW) won No. 1 girls singles 22-20, 21-10. Jeffrey Li/Dylan Pappas (PAL) won No. boys doubles 21-7, 24-22. Vivian Chong/Alex Gugliuzza (PAL) won No. 1 girls doubles 21-15, 2-21, 21-15. Marcos Muina/Wendy Lau (PAL) won No. 1 mixed doubles 21-12, 21-10.



NMBvs. American (American), 3:30

Homestead vs. Belen Jesuit (Belen), 4

C. Shores vs. Ransom(Boys & Girls Club),6

Sunset vs. Columbus (Columbus), 6:30

Princeton Chr. vs. Redland Chr.(Col.Chr.), 4

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

MCDvs. Mater Lakes (Florida Mem.), 3:30

Southwest vs. Braddock (Braddock), 3:30

Jackson vs. Hialeah Gardens (HG), 3:30

Mater Academy vs. HML(HML), 7

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

Island Christian vs. Keys Gate (La Ley), 4

North Miami vs. Miami Central (Central), 3:30

Miami Christian vs. Brito Miami (MCS), 4

Mourning vs. Northwestern (NW), 3:30

Miami Palmetto vs. Southridge (SR), 6:30

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

Westminster Christian vs. Pace (Pace), 7

Marathon vs. Palmer Trinity (PT), 3:30

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

Westland vs. Norland (Scott Park), 3:30

Coral Reef vs. South Dade (SD), 7

Coral Park vs. South Miami (SM), 3:30

Killian vs. Varela (VAR), 3:30

St. Brendan vs. Westwood Chr.(WWC), 3:30


Hialeah Gardens at American, 3:30

Westwood Chr.vs. Arch. Curley (CUR), 4

TERRA vs. Carrollton (CAR), 4

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

Westminster Chr. vs. Florida Chr. (FC), 7

Southwest vs. Braddock (Braddock), 4

Island Christian vs. Keys Gate (La Ley), 4

Sunset vs. Lourdes (LOU), 4

Pace vs. Mater Lakes (Mia. Lks. Opt.), 4

Reagan vs. Miami Beach (Flamingo), 3:30

Killian vs. Southridge (SR), 4

Marathon vs. Palmer Trinity (PT), 3:30

Princeton Chr. at Redland Chr., 4

Miami Palmetto vs. South Dade (SD), 7

Coral Park vs. South Miami (SM), 3:30

Ransom Everglades vs. St. Brendan (STB), 4

Coral Reef vs. Varela (Varela), 3:30

Marathon vs. Carrollton (CAR), 4

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