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Douglas’ Trevor Butts stands out at BCAA north qualifier

 

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Blanche Ely’s No. 7 ranked national sprinter Rashard Robinson put off his show until Saturday’s BCAA Track championships at Dillard. With Robinson cruising to qualifying times, Douglas’ Trevor Butts seized the spotlight by winning the 100 hurdles, 300 hurdles and triple jump and leading the Eagles’ 1,600-relay team to second place at the BCAA north qualifier at Blanche Ely on Wednesday.

“This was a big meet leading up to Saturday,’’ Butts said. “I came in with the confidence to win all three individual events. I’m looking for a couple guys out there in the hurdles. Ely will be there and Maurice Dix from St. Thomas Aquinas.”

Robinson, expected to be among the biggest draws at the BCAA Finals after clocking a personal-best 10.46 at the Walter Dix Invitational, barely broke a sweat in winning that race in 11.02. Robinson also teamed with Justin Campbell, Trevonte McFadden and Thomas Geddis to win the 400-meter relay in 43.20 and came back to win the 200 in 22.00 after his starting blocks slipped.

“In the 100, I didn’t want to go too hard,’’ Robinson said. “I just cruised it to get me to Saturday and get ready. I’m expecting to win the 100 and 200 through God, and our relay team to place in the top three. This means a lot. God has blessed me with a lot of things.”

Robinson’s teammate, Joi Ballard, was the top girls’ sprinter, winning the 100 in 12.46, the 200 in 25.03 and also finishing third in the high jump behind Douglas’ Gillian Morrison (5-0) and Monarch’s Josephine Gulston (4-10).

Monarch’s Hannah Prock won the girls’ 800 (2:30.56) and 1,600 (5:30.37) while Pompano Beach’s Tyra Frazier took the triple jump (33-6) and long jump (15-4.25).

The girls’ weighted throws belonged to Monarch’s Phoebe Gustely, who won the discus with a toss of 121-2 and the shot put (28-11.50).

It was the Tyler Bell show in the boys’ distance races. The Colts’ senior won the 800 in 2:00.30, the 1,600 (4:42.62) and led the 3,200-relay team of Indy Aronson, Dior King-Aris and Guy Sebastian Lamarre-Laurent to victory in 8:30.69.

Coral Springs also dominated the boys’ pole vault with Kaleb Simmons (11-6), Matthew Detig and Wolky Belancourt finishing 1-2-3.

BCAA Track Championships north qualifier

Boys results - 1,600: 1. Tyler Bell (CS) 4:42.62, 2. Bagliere (Mon) 4:44.07, 3. Buytenhuys (Doug) 4:48.59; 100: 1. Rashard Robinson (Ely) 11.02, 2. Victoria (Mon) 11.27, 3. Smith (CGlades) 11.28; 110 Hurdles: Trevor Butts (Doug) 15.20, 2. Nesbitt (Ely) 15.55, 3. Mekenzie (Ely) 15.76; 200: 1. Rashard Robinson (Ely) 22.00, 2. Jackson (Doug) 22.51, 3. S. Smith (CGlades) 22.54; 300 hurdles: 1. Trevor Butts (Doug) 39.90, 2. Steven Nesbitt (Ely) 39.96, 3. Clifford Williams (CS) 41.24; 3,200: 1. Alexander Margetts (Doug) 10:46.43, 2. Baglieri (Mon) 10:47.12, 3. Ozery (Doug) 10:52.54; 400: 1. Jevon Jackson (Doug) 49.68, 2. R. Robinson (Ely) 50.14, 3. Roach (Ely) 51.15; 400 relay: 1. Blanche Ely 43.20, 2. Coral Springs 44.05, 3. Coral Glades 44.47; 1,600 relay: 1. Blanche Ely 3:28.32, 2. Douglas 3:33.99, 3. Coral Springs 3:37.62; 3,200 relay: 1. Coral Springs 8:30.69, 2. Douglas 8:35.70, 3. Blanche Ely 8:50.09; 800: 1. Tyler Bell (CS) 2:00.30, 2. Schwartz (Doug) 2:06.53, 3. Rutledge (Ely) 2:07.14; Discus: 1. Tyquan Fields (Ely) 137-4, 2. Rein (Doug) 123-9, 3. Edmond (Ely) 119-10; High jump: 1. Steven Nesbitt (Ely) 6-2, 2. Cooper (CS) 6-2, 3. James (Ely) 5-10; Long jump: 1. Chazton Mekenzie (Ely) 21-5, 2. Jean-Pierre (CS) 21-4, 3. Yang (CS) 21-3; Pole vault: 1. Kaleb Simmons (CS) 11-6, 2. Matthew Detig (CS) 11-0, 3. Wolky Belancourt (CS) 9-6; Shot put: 1. Marcson Frais (PB) 41-8, 2. Fields (Ely) 41-3, 3. Knight (Ely) 40-6.75; Triple jump: 1. Trevor Butts (Doug) 44-5, 2. James (Ely) 44-2, 3. Yang (CS) 42-3; Girls’ results - 1,600: 1. Hannah Prock (Mon) 5:30.37, 2. Atyeo (Doug) 5:40.18, 3. DiCintio (PB) 5:43.83; 100: 1. Joi Ballard (Ely) 12.46, 2. Wilson (Doug) 12.46, 3. Gulston (Mon) 12.70; 100 hurdles: 1. Gillian Morrison (Doug) 15.94, 2. Griffin (CS) 18.45, 3. Elder (Mon) 18.75; 200: 1. Joi Ballard (Ely) 25.03, 2. Gulston (Mon) 25.60, 3. Wilson (Doug) 26.47; 300 hurdles: 1. Gillian Morrison (Doug) 48.26, 2. Spain (Ely) 48.74, 3. Charles (Doug) 51.08; 3,200 : 1. Jade Fungquee (Mon) 12:15.67, 2. Jacobazzi (CS) 12:18.22, 3. J. Johnson (PB) 13:07.40; 400: 1. Josephine Gulston (Mon) 58.97, 2. Snell (DB) 1:01.26, 3. Treijs (CS) 1:01.83; 400 relay: 1. Blanche Ely 48.08, 2. Coral Springs 51.69, 3. Pompano Beach 52.06; 1,600 relay: 1. Coral Springs 4:14.99, 2. Douglas 4:18.84, 3. Pompano Beach 4:22.16; 3,200 relay: 1. Douglas 10:21.19, 2. Coral Springs 10:37.02, 3. Pompano Beach 10:42.09; 800: 1. Hannah Prock (Mon) 2:30.56, 2. Atyeo (Doug) 2:31.42, 3. Hutchinson (Doug) 2:34.83; Discus: 1. Phoebe Gustely (Mon) 121-02, 2. Austin (Mon) 87-9, 3. Kerr (PB) 84-1; High jump: 1. Gillian Morrison (Doug) 5-0, 2. Gulston (Mon) 4-10, 3. Ballard (Ely) 4-10; Long Jump: 1. Tyra Frazier (PB) 15-4.25, 2. Spain (Ely) 15-3.75, 3. Hires (Ely) 15-1.75; Pole vault: 1. Lauren Chabarek (Doug) 10-0, 2. Pollock (CS) 7-6, 2. Ramos (Doug) 7-0; Shot put: 1. Phoebe Gustely (Mon) 28-11.50, 2. Kerr (PB) 27-5, 3. Adams (CS) 26-2.50; Triple jump: 1. Tyra Frazier (PB) 33-6, 2. Treijs (CS) 32-7.50, 3. Moss (Ely) 30-8.50.

BASEBALL

MATER LAKES 13, HIALEAH EDUCATIONAL ACADEMY 1

LATE TUESDAY — ARCHBISHOP MCCARTHY 12, HOLLYWOOD HILLS 1 (5)

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WP: Jason Stettner. LP: Jordan Hill

SOFTBALL

MONARCH 16, NORTHEAST 1 (4)

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WP: Kaylyn Kirk (11-2). Top performer: Stefany Collins 3-3, 2 runs, 7 RBI. MON 11-2

LATE TUESDAY — WEST BROWARD 17, EVERGLADES 0 (3)

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WP: Divis 3K (5-1) LP: Martinez. Top performers: Sakowitz 2-2, 2 doubles, 2 RBI. Prinzo 2-2, 2 singles, RBI. WB 8-4

LATE TUESDAY — CALVARY CHRISTIAN 15, WESTMINSTER ACADEMY 8

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WP: C. Chang (8-3). LP: J. Skandberg. Top performers: T. Deibel 4-4, C. Chang 3-4, 7 RBI. CC 11-3

LATE TUESDAY — CORAL SPRINGS CHARTER 12, UNIVERSITY SCHOOL 3

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WP: Heather Bramos (7-1). LP: Nani Flores. Top performers: Brianna Stella 4-5, 2 runs, RBI. Kayla Scaperrotta 2-4, 4 runs, RBI. Paige Fairchild 2-3, 3 RBI. Nani Flores HR. Jenna Ghibaudy RBI. CSC 14-1

GIRLS’ TENNIS

•  Pine Crest 6, University School 1: Katarina Stevanovich won No. 2 singles 9-7. Ines De Bracamonte won No. 3 singles 8-0. Dax Seidlin won No. 4 singles 8-1. Abby Tartell won No. 5 singles 8-0. Seidlin/Kaely Malik won No. 1 doubles 8-0. De Bracamonte/Stevanovich won No. 2 doubles 8-0

•  Monarch 6, South Broward 1: Giovanna De Almeida won No. 1 singles 8-1. Jennifer Nguyen won No. 2 singles 8-0. Rachel Wong won No. 5 singles 8-3. De Almeida/Nguyen won No. 1 doubles 8-1. Baglieri/McCallum won No. 2 doubles 8-0

BOYS’ TENNIS

•  Pine Crest 4, University School 3: Sam Dern won No. 1 singles 9-8 (7-4). Ned Shashoua won No. 3 singles 8-6. Izzy Ercan won No. 4 singles 8-2. Elliot Seckler/Ismail Ercan won No. 2 doubles 8-3

•  South Broward 6, Monarch 1: P. Edema won No. 1 singles 8-3. B. Wainstein won No. 2 singles 8-5. B. Muroch won No. 4 singles 8-5. Edena/Wainstein won No. 1 doubles 8-1. Foy/Owens won No. 2 doubles 8-5

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

•  Late Tuesday — American Heritage 16, West Broward 4: Arielle Jonas 2 goals. Kristi Ten goal, assist

BOYS’ LACROSSE

•  Late Tuesday — Miami Columbus 18, Pine Crest 8: Michael Davide 18 saves. Grant Nordlund 4 goals, 2 assists. Alec Carreras 3 goals, 2 assists. Steven Hernandez 2 goals, 3 assists.

MORE TRACK & FIELD

•  Pine Crest Varsity Track Meet #3 — Girls – Calvary Christian 175, Pine Crest 128, South Florida HEAT 124, Gulliver 50, Ransom Everglades 38, Palmer Trinity 4: Madison Stern (RE) won long jump. Jordana Abugattas (CC) won triple jump. Taylor McDuffie (CC) won shot put. Amber Bender (CC) won discus. Nyla Lindo (PC) won high jump. Emily Gale (CC) won pole vault. Calvary Christian won 1600 relay. Kristi Isabelle (HEAT) won 100 hurdles. Dani Pendergast (PC) won 100m. Erica Scott (RE) won 1600m. Calvary Christian won 400 relay. Rachel Sieradzan (CC) won 400m, 800m. Jessica Brownell (CC) won 300 hurdles. Ebony Brown (CC) won 200m. Savanna Gornisiewicz (PC) won 3200m. Calvary Christian won 1600 relay. Boys – Calvary Christian 209, Pine Crest 100, Gulliver 90, Ransom Everglades 64, South Florida HEAT 46, Palmer Trinity 6: Jordan Cabral (CC) won long jump, 100m. Matthew Ruddock (HEAT) won triple jump. Allen Dawson (PC) won shot put. Joseph Jackson (GUL) won discus. Thomas Meli (PC) won high jump. Asher Shashaty (CC) won pole vault. Calvary Christian won 1600 relay. Alex Tafur (RE) won 110 hurdles. Pasha Guilbert (CC) 1600m. Calvary Christian won 400 relay. Bruce Brown (CC) won 400m. Josiah Swinton (CC) won 300 hurdles. Gaby Correa (RE) won 800m. Roger Pettingell (CC) won 200m. Connor Guest (RE) won 3200m. Calvary Christian won 1600 relay

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

BASEBALL

Taravella vs. Coral Springs (Home), 6:30

Boyd Anderson vs. Hallandale (Johnson Park), 3:45

McArthur vs. Hollywood Hills (Home), 3:45

West Boca Raton vs. Northeast (Home), 7

Douglas vs. Piper (Home), 7

Deerfield Beach vs. South Plantation (SP), 3:45

Flanagan vs. Western (WES), 6:30

St. Brendan vs. Archbishop McCarthy (AMC), 7

SOFTBALL

West Broward vs. Cypress Bay (Home), 6:30

Coral Glades vs. Deerfield Beach (DB), 4

Miramar vs. Everglades (EVR), 6:30

Chaminade-Madonna vs. Fort Lauderdale (Home), 6:30

Dillard vs. Hollywood Hills (Home), 4

St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Nova (Home), 6:30

South Plantation vs. Piper (Sunrise Athletic Complex ), 4

Hallandale vs. Pompano Beach (Four Fields), 4

Coconut Creek vs. Stranahan (STR), 4

Douglas vs. Taravella (TAR), 6:30

Flanagan vs. Western (WES), 6:30

American Heritage vs. Palm Beach Central (PBC), 7

BOYS’ TENNIS

Hollywood Hills vs. Blanche Ely (Home), 4

St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Coral Glades (Coral Springs Tennis Center), 4

Western vs. Deerfield Beach (Home), 4

West Broward vs. Douglas (Home), 4

Cooper City vs. Everglades (Home), 4

Taravella vs. Flanagan (Home), 4

Coral Glades vs. Miramar (Lakeshore Park), 4

South Broward vs. Monarch (Home), 4

Northeast vs. Nova (Home), 4

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

Dillard vs. South Plantation (Home), 4

Chaminade-Madonna vs. Monsignor Pace (Pace), 3:30

GIRLS’ TENNIS

Hollywood Hills vs. Blanche Ely (Home), 4

St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Coral Glades (Coral Springs Tennis Center), 4

Western vs. Deerfield Beach (Home), 4

West Broward vs. Douglas (Home), 4

Cooper City vs. Everglades (Home), 4

Taravella vs. Flanagan (Home), 4

South Broward vs. Monarch (Home), 4

Northeast vs. Nova (Home), 4

Coral Springs vs. Pompano Beach , 4

Dillard vs. South Plantation (Home), 4

BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL

American Heritage vs. Cypress Bay (Home), 4:30

Plantation vs. Cardinal Gibbons (Home), 4:30

Cooper City vs. Archbishop McCarthy (AMC), 4:30

Douglas vs. Coral Glades (CG), 4:30

Coral Springs vs. Deerfield Beach (Home), 6

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

Everglades vs. McArthur (MCA), 4:30

Miramar vs. Chaminade-Madonna (CHA), 4:30

South Broward vs. Pembroke Pines Charter (PPC), 4:30

South Plantation vs. Piper (Home), 4:30

Coconut Creek vs. Pompano Beach (PB), 4:30

Nova vs. West Broward (WB), 4:30

Northeast vs. Western (WES), 4:30

BOYS’ WATER POLO

Cardinal Gibbons vs. Ft. Lauderdale (Home), 7:30

Coral Springs vs. Deerfield Beach (DB), 7:30

Western vs. Cypress Bay (Nova), 5:30

Cooper City vs. Flanagan (Nova), 7:30

GIRLS’ WATER POLO

Cardinal Gibbons vs. Fort Lauderdale (FTL), 6:30

Coral Springs vs. Deerfield Beach (DB), 6:30

Cypress Bay vs. Western (Nova), 4:30

Flanagan vs. Cooper City (Nova), 6:30

FLAG FOOTBALL

Coconut Creek vs. B. Anderson (BA), 4:30

South Broward vs. Cooper City (CC), 4:30

Plantation vs. Coral Springs (Home), 4:30

Pembroke Pines Charter vs. Everglades (EVR), 4:30

West Broward vs. Flanagan (FLA), 4:30

Pompano Beach vs. Ft. Lauderdale (Home), 4:30

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

Western vs. McArthur (MCA), 4:30

Coral Glades vs. Northeast (NE), 4:30

Miramar vs. Nova (Home), 4:30

Dillard vs. Piper (Home), 4:30

Blanche Ely vs. Taravella (TAR), 4

BOYS’ LACROSSE

Taravella vs. Calvary Christian (CCA), 4

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

American Heritage vs. Pine Crest (PC), 5:30

Cypress Bay vs. Western (WES), 5

FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

BASEBALL

Miramar vs. Everglades (EVR), 3:45

Cypress Bay vs. West Broward (WB), 3:45

BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL

Western vs. South Plantation (SP), 4:30

Pembroke Pines Charter vs. Taravella (TAR), 4:30

FLAG FOOTBALL

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

McArthur vs. West Broward (WB), 4

Cypress Bay vs. Western (WES), 4:30

BOYS’ LACROSSE

LaSalle vs. American Heritage (AHP), 7

Spanish River vs. Cardinal Gibbons (CG), 4

South Plantation vs. Flanagan (FLA), 5

St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Jupiter (JUP), 5

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

South Plantation vs. Flanagan (FLA), 5

SATURDAY’S SCHEDULE

BASEBALL

Monarch at Cardinal Gibbons, 4

TRACK AND FIELD

BCAA championship at Dillard - Field: noon; Running prelims: 4; Running finals: 7

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

St. Thomas Aquinas at Orlando Lake Highland Prep, noon

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