Westminster Academy sweeps meets


From Miami Herald Staff Reports

The Westminster Academy boys’ and girls’ cross-country team defeated their opponents — Wellington, Lake Worth, Zion Lutheran and Westminster Charter — in their home open meet Wednesday.

In the 5K run, the boys’ team was led by Casey McCracken (17:46) and Brandon Bejarano (19:06). The Lion boys finished with an average time of 19:58.

The girls’ team was led by Amanda Baker (21:05) and Brooke Oman (23:59). Their average time was 23:55.

Boys’ Cross Country

Westminster Academy 18, Wellington 44, Lake Worth 84, Zion Lutheran 105

Girls’ Cross Country

Westminster Academy 19, Wellington 36, Lake Worth 79


•  Late Tuesday, Cardinal Gibbons d. Pompano 25-17,13-25, 25-21, 24-26, OT 15-12: Ali Jacobs 9 kills, 2 blocks, 11 digs, 5 points. Kassie Akaouri-Tejedor 24 assists, 2 kills, 8 digs, 8 points, 2 aces.

•  Late Tuesday, McCarthy d. Dillard 25-9, 25-10, 25-6: Brooke Wilder 13 points, 7 aces, 8 kills. Grace Balcazar 9 kills. Valentina Caicedo 18 points, 7 aces. (AM 3-0).

•  Late Tuesday, St. Thomas d. H. Hills 25-4, 25-10, 25-1: Allison Marble 7 kills, 1 dig. Brooke Bauer 3 kills, 3 digs. (STA 2-0).

•  Late Tuesday, Chaminade d. Coral Springs: Sydney Armbrister 11 kills, 6 blocks, 5 points, 2 aces. Alyssa Osborn 11 points, 3 aces, 6 digs, 26 assists. Jacqui Koebel 16 points, 3 aces, 10 digs, 5 kills.


•  Late Tuesday, Calvary 150, University 160, Westminster Academy 171, Westminster Charter 172 (at Jacaranda , par 35): Zack Mendez 34 (CAR). Cory Duame 34 (CAR). John Wasserstrom 35 (US). Steven Lemay 39 (WA). Jorge Borrow 40 (WC).



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Monsignor Pace vs. Hollywood Christian (Hollywood Christian), 5:30

Sagemont vs. Coral Springs Charter (Coral Springs Charter), 5:30



Delray American Heritage vs. American Heritage (AH), 7:30

Boyd Anderson vs. Cypress Bay (Cypress), 7

Coral Springs Charter vs. Calvary Christian (Calvary), 7

Cardinal Gibbons vs. Everglades (Everglades), 7

Monsignor Pace at Chaminade-Madonna, 4

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