• GIRLS: 8-10: The Liberty defeated the Sparks 12-5. Melina Flores had eight points, and Belen Rodriguez added four points. Saiah Amarilla scored four points, and Alexia Miranda added a point for Sparks.
The Liberty beat the Sparks 9-4. Melina Flores scored five points, and Belen Rodriguez and Gracia Menendez each scored two points. The Sparks’ Saiah Amarilla had four points.
• 11-14: The Dream and the Sparks played to a tie at 11. Karina Palacios had nine points and Miah Oganza two points. For the Sparks, Arielys Rodriguez scored all 11 points.
The Dream defeated the Sparks 20-11. Karina Palacios scored 16 points and Isadora Kron had four points. Arielys Rodriguez had seven points and Rita Vega four points for the Sparks.
Prime Time Sports top athletes
Prime Time Sports Players of the Month at the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center in North Miami Beach.
Scouts (1st-2nd grade)
Hank Klein of the Longhorns played two games in April collecting three touchdown runs, four receptions (one touchdown), four sacks, one interception. With this performance Hank helped his Longhorns to secure the No.4 seed in the playoffs.
Juniors (3rd-4th grade)
Marc Wendrow of the Cowboys played three games during April. He performed at a high level with one touchdown run, four touchdown passes, one sack, and one interception. His Cowboys locked the No.2 seed in the playoffs.
BIG EAST (3th-4th grade)
Ryan Mendelson of the Huskies played lights out in April. He averaged 22.3 points per game in a three-game span becoming the go-to guy for the Huskies. Ryan contributed to a perfect regular season record at 8-0 which gave them the No.1 seed for the playoffs.
SEC (5th-6th grade)
Yaniv Assraf of the Crimson Tide totaled 35 points in two games in April. Yaniv has been the Crimson Tide’s leading scorer the entire season averaging 15 points per game. Their record in the regular season was 7-1
NBA (7th-9th grade)
Josh Klein of the Celtics played three games in April averaging 15 points per game. With his scoring attributes Josh helped his Celtics during a tough season. With a 2-6 record, the Celtics are the No.5 seed in the playoffs.
Featuring two Miami-Dade County locals, the Barry University women’s softball team earned a bid into the NCAA Division II Softball Tournament.
The Buccaneers (32-18) finished a game from first place in the Sunshine State Conference. They received their third consecutive regional bid, a sixth-seed in South Region II. It marked their sixth bid in eight years under Head Coach Danielle Penner. It is the 17th trip to the tournament in the program’s 28 years.
In the regular season, sophomore second baseman Kelly Martinez, a Barbara Goleman High School grad, batted .383 with 24 runs, 12 doubles, four home runs and 30 RBI. She was 12 of 15 in stolen bases.
Freshman centerfielder Ashley Fernandez, a Coral Reef High School grad, hit .234 with 16 runs, three doubles, four home runs and 17 RBI. She was 2 of 3 in stolen bases.
Track & field
Monsignor Pace junior Fredrick Jones won a Class 2A state title in boys’ shot put at 58-5.25 during the Florida High School Athletic Association State Championships at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville.