Roundup

Krop edges American to capture District 13-4A track meet

 

a1fernandez@MiamiHerald.com

Dr. Krop’s boys edged American by 1.5 points to secure the team championship of the District 13-4A track and field meet Thursday at Traz Powell Stadium. Victor Montreuil (800 meters), Spencer Tate (3,200), Ryan Jackson (110 hurdles), Francisco Trujillo (300 hurdles), Amani Walker (shot put) each won their events to key the win.

American’s boys, however, picked up several individual titles.

Christian Williams won the high jump and long jump and Jawill Davis swept the 100 and 200 meters.

American’s girls cruised to the team victory led by sprinter Lenysse Dyer’s wins in the 100 and 200. Miami Beach’s Kassandra Blandon won the 1600 and 3200. For Krop, which finished second as a team, N’Kiru Anyagaligbo won the high jump and long jump and Darlene Desmangles won the 100 hurdles and triple jump.

•  District 16-4A — Killian’s girls edged South Dade by two points for the team title at Southridge Stadium. Southridge secured the team title on the boys’ side.

Killian swept the hurdles in the girls as Ebony Morrison won the 100 meters and Brianna Payne took home the 300 meters. South Dade won the 1,600 and 3,200 relays and Barbra Vilson won the high jump and 400 meters. Dominique Bullock helped Killian get the slight edge in points by winning the long jump. Varela’s Lea Tardanico swept the 1,600 and 3,200 meters. Southridge’s Epiphany Thompson won the shot put and discus.

On the boys’ side, Chris Prophet continued to dominate the hurdles events winning both to lead the Spartans. South Dade’s Ronald Beasley won the 100 and 200 meters.

WATER POLO

•  Boys’ District 16 final — Gulliver 23, TERRA 2: The Gulliver boys’ water polo team has been on quite a roller coaster ride since winning its state championship a year ago. Gulliver (19-7) routed TERRA and advanced to face Mourning in the state play-in round.

Senior Hunter Pelletier, who is finally getting his moment in the spotlight with all the roster turnaround, led the Raiders with eight goals.

“He’s always been a good player. He’s always been a facilitator. We’ve always had talent here, so he’s always kind of been in the background,” Vaughn said. “Now he’s my captain, he’s my senior, so I’m glad that everyone’s recognizing that he’s great. He’s my MVP.”

•  Girls’ District 16 final — Gulliver 23, TERRA 1: It wasn’t much easier for TERRA against the Gulliver girls, but it also could’ve been worse had the Raider middle-school backups not played so many minutes.

The Raiders (26-1) came out of the gate firing, scoring on seven of their first eight possessions and led 10-0 at the end of the first quarter.

Camila Schafer and Ale Guerra scored five goals apiece to pace the Gulliver scoring. The Gulliver girls, like they boys, will also face Mourning in the state play-in round.

The way the FHSAA brackets are set up, Gulliver could potentially face four-time defending state champion Ransom Everglades in the state final.

DAVID FURONES

BOYS’ LACROSSE

•  District 30 final — Coral Shores 8, Palmetto 7: In a rematch of last year’s district final, Coral Shores boys’ lacrosse redeemed themselves in a thrilling victory over the Palmetto Panthers to win the District 30 championship, the first in school history.

“It was nerve-wracking,” said Coral Shores coach Mat Hall.

“We wanted to really put it to them after last year’s loss in the finals, and I’m really proud of the boys for hanging on at the end.”

Down by a goal heading into the final quarter of play and needing a big break, the Hurricanes got one, gaining a one-man advantage for three minutes to open the fourth quarter after an illegal-stick penalty was called against Palmetto. Coral Shores capitalized, scoring a pair of goals that gave the Hurricanes their first lead of the match and the momentum.

With just under five minutes to go, Palmetto attacker Dylan Silverman tied the score at 7-7, but Coral Shores midfielder Bryce Lankford answered with the game-winner, winding up from five yards out and firing a shot into the back of the net.

Coral Shores attacker Danny Whisted had a hand in most of the team’s offensive production, scoring a team-high four goals and tallying three assists.

JOEL DELGADO

SOFTBALL

•  District 16-8A final — Coral Reef 9, Palmetto 4: Sophomore Christina Collie’s single in the fourth drove in two to finally get some current behind the host Barracudas, who took home the district championship over the Panthers.

Another rally in the fifth put five more unanswered runs on the board. Dayna Wilson, who pitched a complete game and struck out three, kept the Panthers shut out until the sixth and picked up her 16th win.

Coral Reef (23-2) is on a roll, having won the GMAC tournament last week. Their hopes to take the momentum all the way through states might not be so far-fetched.

“This year has been great, the girls have put in a lot of hard work, and it has paid off,” said coach Dario Rodriguez. “We set our standards high and we work hard for them.”

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WP: Dayna Wilson (16-2) 3K CG. LP: Amanda Guglietta. Top performers: Cassandra Garcia 3-4, 2 RBI, 2 runs. Christina Collie 2-4, 3 RBI. Carsyn Gordon 3-4, 3 runs, RBI, 2 doubles. Sarah Ortiz 2-4, RBI. CR (23-2)

MORE SOFTBALL

DISTRICT 14-3A FINAL — CALVARY CHRISTIAN 10, HIGHLANDS CHRISTIAN 2

WP: LP: Top performer:

DISTRICT 15-2A FINAL — PRINCETON CHRISTIAN 15, WESTWOOD CHRISTIAN 4 (5)

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WP: Courtney Cox (14-2). Top performers: Heather Hedges 2-4, 2 doubles, 2 RBI. Alex Windley 2-3, 2 RBI. PC 14-2.

DISTRICT 14-8A FINAL — GOLEMAN 2 CORAL GABLES 1

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WP: Vicky Morales 10-4. LP: Katie Falcon

DISTRICT 16-6A FINAL — MATER ACADEMY 17, WESTLAND HIALEAH 2

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WP: Alexis Castroman (5-2) 5K. LP: Storres. Top performers: A. Castroman 2-3, 2 singles, 2 RBI, run. Y. Llavore 3-3, 3 singles, 2 RBI, 2 runs. K. Ordoqui 2-2, single, double, 2 RBI, 3 runs. A. Guzman 2-4, 2 singles, 2 RBI, 2 runs. MA 15-7.

LATE WEDNESDAY — 15-8A SEMIFINAL — SOUTHWEST 4, BRADDOCK 3

WP: Samantha Lanzas. LP: Ginyer Morales. Top performers: Katherine Dube 4-4, 2 RBI, SB, run

LATE WEDNESDAY — DISTRICT 15-3A FINAL — ARCHBISHOP CURLEY 15, MIAMI COUNTRY DAY 6

WP: Megan Romanik (12-5). Top performers: Kathiana Dureny 2-2, 2 runs. Sarisha Wiggan 1-2, 2 RBI. Alyssa Lambert 3 runs. Megan Romanik 3 runs. Jensen Rayburn 2 runs. AC 13-6

BASEBALL

ARCHBISHOP CURLEY 11, MIAMI BEACH 8

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WP: Jethro Galeano. Top performers: Ezequeil Araujo 2 doubles, 2 RBI, 2 runs. Jethro Galeano double, 2 RBI. Alexis Aguero double, RBI. Eliajah Barnes 2 runs, RBI

PALMER TRINITY 11, SOMERSET 0 (5)

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WP: Matt Roberts (6-1). LP: Nathan Shaw. Top performers: Gio Soto 1-2, run, 3 RBI, triple. Iggy Pigna 2-2, 2 runs, 2 RBI, SB. PT 15-9.

BELEN 12, BRADDOCK 2 (5)

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WP: Danny Parets. Top performers: Alex Cabrera 3-3, 2 runs, 2 RBI, double. Alec Acosta 1-3, double, 3 RBI. Willie Fabra 2-3, 2 doubles, 3 RBI. Ryan Rodriguez-Mena 2-3, 2 runs, RBI. BEL 18-7

WESTMINSTER CHRISTIAN 15, MATER ACADEMY 5

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WP: Jake Zarello (5-0). Top performers: Luis Touron 3-3, 2 HR, 3 RBI. Johnny Ruiz 3-4, triple, double, 5 RBI. Dakota Robbins 1-2, HR, 3 RBI

BOYS’ LACROSSE

•  District 29 Semifinal — Columbus 15, Belen 2: Michael Davide 11 saves. Steven Hernandez 4 goals, assist. Alec Carreras 4 goals, assist. Grant Nordlund 2 goals, 4 assists. Gabe Perez goal, 4 assists. Jake Quigley goal, assist. Marcus Davide goal, assist. Danny Gomez goal. Danny Rancano goal.

BOYS’ WATER POLO

District 13 final — Mourning 12, Krop 9

GIRLS’ WATER POLO

•  District 13 final — Mourning 11, Krop 6

BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL

•  Ransom Everglades d. Columbus 25-22, 25-23, 27-25: Victor Campano 20 kills. Nick Wenzel 10 kills, 3 blocks. Nick Stern 10 kills, 3 blocks. Blake Adler 14 digs

•  Florida Christian d. Coral Park 25-18, 22-25, 25-19, 25-23: Jonathan Novoa-Miralles 17 kills, 8 service points, 24 digs. Michael Perez 11 service points, 10 kills. Enrique Larach 10 service points, 35 assists. FC 14-7

•  Mourning d. North Miami 25-2, 25-9, 25-13: Werner Sabban 9 kills, 2 aces. Eric Paulsen 6 kills, 8 assists. Daniel Barrera 4 kills. ATM 14-5

FLAG FOOTBALL

•  Mater East 25, Hebrew Academy 18: Florencia Chami 7 catches, 150 yards, 3 TDs, 2 defensive interceptions. Sarina Abramowitz 240 yards passing, 3 TD passes

BADMINTON

•  Late Wednesday — Coral Gables 25, Southwest 12, Coral Park 8, Ronald Reagan 5: Gabriel Tai won boys singles 21-13, 21-15. Janice Morales won girls singles 21-18, 21-13. Joseph Domeq/William Wu won boys doubles 17-21, 21-16, 21-16. Claudia Morales/Laura Morales won girls doubles 13-21, 21-14, 21-11. George O’Dell/Elisabeth Wurmser won mixed doubles 21-12, 21-17

FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

SOFTBALL

District 15-8A final at Ferguson: 4

District 16-2A final at Redland Christian: Island Christian-Redland Christian winner vs. Colonial Christian, 4

TRACK AND FIELD

Region 4-2A at Belle Glade Glades Central – Prelims: 1; Finals: 7

Region 4-1A at Westminster Academy – Prelims: 1; Finals: 7

District 16-3A at Traz Powell – Prelims: 1; Finals: 5:30

TENNIS

State championships in Altamonte Springs and Casselberry

BOYS’ LACROSSE

District 29 final at Gulliver: 5

District 15-4A at Ferguson:

District 16-8A semifinal:

District 16-6A semifinal at Belen:

District 14-4A semifinal at Monsignor Pace:

District 16-3A quarterfinal at Florida Christian:

District 31 semifinals at Monsignor Pace:

District 13-8A semifinals at Westland Gardens Park:

District 14-8A semifinals at Flamingo Park:

District 15-8A quarterfinals at Columbus:

District 16-8A semifinal at Varela:

District 16-6A semifinal:

District 14-4A final:

District 15-4A semifinals at St. Thomas University:

District 15-3A semifinal at Dade Christian:

District 16-3A semifinals at Florida Christian:

District 14-2A final at Milander:

District 15-2A semifinal:

District 16-2A semifinal at Colonial Christian:

GMAC championship at Coral Reef

State play-ins

State play-ins

First round state play-ins

First round state play-ins

District 31 final at Monsignor Pace:

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