For the Gators, Alejandro Berkman one touchdown run, seven receptions; Jacob Shaked two receptions; Jose levy one reception; Nolan Senker two touchdown runs, two receptions..
• Juniors (3rd-4th grade)
Ducks 18, Longhorns 12: Steven Friedman two touchdown passes; Mason Weisfisch four receptions; Levi Gans one touchdown run; Even Scheck three receptions (one a touchdown); Dylan Morningstar one reception; Jacky Camhi one receptions; Daniel Yaari two receptions (one a touchdown).
For the Longhorns, Pablo Sangranichne one touchdown pass; Daniel Eidelstein (Player of the Week) four recpetions, one interception for touchdown; Alan Wainer two receptions; Abie Bonkovski seven receptions (one a touchdown); Adam Weinberg one sack, one reception.
Cowboys 12, Fighting Irish 6: Marc Wendrow two touchdown passes, one sack; Nisim Toledano four receptions (one a touchdown); Carlos Romano two receptions (one a touchdown); Johnny Fishman one reception.
For the Fighting Irish, Meyer Shalom one touchdown pass; Aiden Blinderman one sack, one reception; Alexander Moltmann one touchdown reception; Jackson Gold two receptions; Avi Lalo one interception, one reception.
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Miami’s Gardner Mulloy was honored at the International Hall of Fame Awards Luncheon during the USTA Annual Meeting and Conferenceat the Bonaventure Resort & Spa in Weston.
Mulloy, enshrined in the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1972, was presented with an official inductee ring. A Wimbledon and multiple US Open winner, Mulloy ranked as the No. 1 player in 1952.
The 99-year-old made the trip for the ceremony from Miami with his wife.
“My wife said, ‘You’re going to go if I have to carry you,’” Mulloy said. “I’ve got a couple more years to go, and when I reach 99 again, I hope to be invited back.”
In 1981, Mulloy was inducted into the USTA Florida Hall of Fame.
Former New York City Mayor David Dinkins received the Samuel Hardy Award, which is presented to a USTA volunteer in recognition of long and outstanding service to the sport of tennis at the national level. Ned Eames of Boston, president and founder of the Tenacity organization which helps at-risk youth, received the male Tennis Educational Merit Award. Kathy Rinaldi was presented with the Tennis Educational Merit Award, given to those who have made notable contributions to the tennis educational field at the national level.
USTA Florida staff and volunteers and presenters and attendees such as Stan Smith Andi Brandi, Monica Seles, Patrick McEnroe, USTA Chairman of the Board, CEO and President Dave Haggery, USTA First Vice President Katrina Adams, and Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe, the wife of the last Arthur Ashe, were among those lauding the awardees.
The International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum in Newport, R.I., was established in 1954 and is a non-profit institution dedicated to preserving the history of tennis, inspiring and encouraging junior tennis development, enshrining tennis heroes and heroines, and providing a landmark for tennis enthusiasts worldwide. For information go to www.tennisfame.com.
USA Triathlon announced that Miami’s Jacqueline McCook was named to the organization’s 12-member Board of Directors.
McCook was appointed to a two-year term as an Independent Representative. She is a veteran strategy and marketing executive, who currently serves as CEO of the McCook Group, a consulting firm advising consumer-oriented companies in strategy, marketing, branding and execution.