Miami-Dade High Schools

Miami-Dade high schools roundup: Aug. 30, 2013

 

Miami Herald Staff Reports

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

The La Salle girls’ volleyball team won its second game of the season in straight sets against Archbishop Carroll (0-1) 25-4, 25-12, 25-18.

The Royal Lions (2-1) were led by Alexia Hirlemann, who contributed five kills, seven aces and a block. Roberta Cabezut added nine assists, two digs and four aces, and Therese Vidal registered nine assists.

La Salle will take on Florida Christian at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

•  La Salle d. Archbishop Carroll 25-4, 25-12, 25-18:

•  Archbishop Curley Notre Dame d. Hialeah Educational Academy 25-21, 25-19, 25-22: Alyssa Lambert 4 Aces, 4 kills, 15 assists, 4 digs. Julina Gonzalez 5 aces, 5 kills, 10 assists, 3 digs. Shelbie Charles 3 aces, 9 kills, 4 assists, 3 digs. ABC 2-0.

•  American d. Krop 25-20, 25-20, 25-22: Lenysse Dyer 6 kills, ace. Mariamne Moralez 7 digs, kill. Krystal Silva 7 assists, ace.

•  Late Thursday — Coral Park d. South Miami 25-11, 25-15, 25-10: Natalee Rivera 7 kills. Chantal Guerrero 6 kills. Talia Lopez 4 kills. CP 2-1.

•  Late Thursday — Hialeah d. Hialeah-Miami Lakes 25-19, 21-25, 25-14, 25-12: Nahir Navarro 16 kills,7 digs ,4 aces. Janeliz Martinez 5 aces, 37 assists. Laura Zelaya 2 aces, 6 kills. HIA 2-1.

BOYS’ SWIMMING

•  Coral Gables 144, Miami Beach 33: For CG: Jason Perez won the 500 free, 100 back. Luis Torres won the 200 free. Alex Biondi won the 50 free. Javier Fernandez won the 100 fly.

GIRLS’ SWIMMING

•  Coral Gables 125, Miami Beach 45: For CG: Hannah Cordes won the 200 IM Breaststroke. Dominique Disalvo won the 50 free. Alexandra Holian won the 500 free.

BOYS’ GOLF

•  Late Thursday — Miami Springs 147, Columbus 147 (Miami Springs GC): For MS: Patrick Perez 34, Patrick Bolten 36, Luke Llaneras 37, Kyle Safreed 40.

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