Celebrating its 80th anniversary, the Orange Bowl has been one of South Florida’s leading civic organizations, driving tourism and economic development, as well as supporting scholarships and community athletic facilities. Inspiring thousands of student athletes each year, the Orange Bowl’s activities help foster youth confidence, celebrate student achievement, engage the community and enhance the South Florida economy.
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Kendall Hammocks football
The Kendall Hammocks Warriros youth tackle football program traveled to West Miramar.
Results: PeeWees: West Miramar 31, KH 13. 8U: West Miramar 19, KH 0. 10U: West Miramar 7, KH 6. 11U: West Miramar 18, KH 6. 12U: West Miramar 42, KH 0. 13U: West Miramar 29, KH 0. 14U: KH 26, West Miramar 0.
The Kendall Hammocks Warriors are part of the Kendall Hammocks Optimist Club in the Miami Xtreme Football League.
Our Lady of Lakes cross-country
The Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic School cross-country program kicked off the season by doing very well at the St. Agnes Invitational in Key Biscayne.
The OLL program featured 55 runners in the meet, and they finished very strong with several Cheetahs in the Top 10 to earn medals.
In the Primary Boys’ Division (1-mile run), Adam Magoulas (4th grade) won top honors, and Joshua Kunkel (2nd grade) finished fifth. The Primary boys’ team was third.In Primary Girls, the Cheetahs’ Daphney Lagroue (2nd grade) placed sixth.
In the Junior Varsity Boys’ Division (1.5 miles), Adam Magoulas (4th grade) finished fourth and Michael Sanchez (5th grade) seventh. In the Junior Varsity Girls’ Division, Danielle Martinez (5th grade) took sixth.
Miami Country Day athletes
Miami Country Day School Athletes of the Week
Middle School Female Athlete of the Week: Molli Leoni (volleyball) had 22 service points, seven kills and six aces against Somerset Central Academy of Miramar and Gulliver.
Middle School Male Athlete of the Week: Maximo Eriksson (swimming) finished second in the 100 freestyle and 50 backstroke against Gulliver.
Upper School Female Athlete of the Week: Kayla Kotalik (volleyball) had eight kills and five aces in a win against Archbishop Curley.
Upper School Male Athlete of the Week: Spencer Berens (golf) led the team with 39 in the Spartans’ win against Somerset Academy at the Miami Shores Country Club.
Spartan Super Fan: Cameron Ivory (senior).
Archbishop Curley athletes
Coach Greg Magner, athletic director at Archbishop Curley Notre Dame Prep School, announced the school’s Players of the Week.
In football, junior quarterback Marlin Faustin-Harris and freshman running back Christopher Williams combined for 225 yards rushing in leading the Knights to a 22-6 victory over Hialeah Gardens to open the 2013 campaign.
In girls’ volleyball, seniors Shelbie Charles and Allyssa Lambert provided the fire power and defense to ignite early season victories over Somerset Central Academy of Miramar and Hialeah Educational.