Miami-Dade high school roundup

Coral Gables’ boys bowling team wins match

 

Last week’s best performances

TEAM OF THE WEEK

The Westminster Christian girls’ volleyball team finished runners-up out of 44 teams at the Orlando Volleyball Academy tournament beating nationally ranked Winter Park in the semifinals. Jenny Ceballos had 43 kills and 23 digs and Sylvia Hernandez had 35 kills and 36 digs in the final three matches combined that included a win against Metairie Country Day, a four-time defending state champion in Louisiana.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Steven Ishmael, North Miami Beach, football: Ishmael caught 10 passes for 194 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Chargers to a 29-26 comeback win against Killian.

Malik Thomas, Miami Springs, football: Thomas had 18 carries for 128 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Golden Hawks to a 25-24 OT win against Edison.

Austin Stradford and Frank Ochoa, Mourning, football: Stradford and Ochoa each accounted for two touchdowns to lead the Sharks to a 31-12 win against Krop.

Annie Ortiz, Lourdes, girls’ volleyball: Ortiz had 40 assists, seven digs and seven kills to lead the Bobcats to a five-game district win against Ferguson.

Veronica Gomez, Florida Christian, girls’ volleyball: Gomez had 11 points, 19 assists, seven kills and seven digs to lead the Patriots to a five-game win against St. Brendan.

John Worthley, South Dade, boys’ swimming: Worthley won the 50 free and 100 backstroke to lead the Bucs to a win against Southwest.

Hannah Cordes, Coral Gables, girls’ swimming: Cordes won the 500 free and 100 breaststroke to lead the Cavaliers to a win against Hialeah.

Nick Diaz, Sunset, boys’ cross-country: Diaz ran a time of 16:06.23 to secure the individual championship of the Youth Fair Invitational.

Katrina Santiago, Ferguson, girls’ cross-country: Santiago ran 19:27.75 to win the Youth Fair Invitational.

Beau Clavijo, Miami Beach, boys’ golf: Clavijo shot a 34 to win a meet that included Miami Springs and Coral Reef.

Alec Sanchez, Southwest, boys’ bowling: Sanchez bowled a 655 high series to lead the Eagles to a win against Coral Park.

Catherine Gutierrez, Goleman, girls’ bowling: Gutierrez bowled a 546 high series to lead the Gators to a win against North Miami.


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ANDRE C. FERNANDEZ


The Coral Gables boys’ bowling team picked up its first victory of the season in its match against the Barbara Goleman Gators on Monday afternoon.

Mathew Monjarez led the Cavaliers with a high score of 177 and a high series of 490. Teammate Rafael Gonzales also assisted with a score of 157.

Gables (1-2) plays Southwest on Tuesday at 3.

•  Ferguson d. Miami Christian: High games Alex Yaniz (MC) 215 , Andrew Garcia (FH) 212, Jeffrey Yaniz (MC) 200. High Set Alex Yaniz (MC) 583.

•  Southwest d. Gulliver 7-0: High game Tristan Coll (SW) 197. High series: Tristan Coll (SW) 534. SW 3-0

GIRLS’ BOWLING

•  Goleman d Gables: High score: Catherine Gutierrez 173, Vanessa Galvez 133. High series: Catherine Gutierrez 433. BG 3-0

•  Southwest d. Gulliver 7-0: High game Amanda Penton (SW) 171. High series: Amanda Penton (SW) 439. SW 2-0.

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

The Varela girls’ volleyball team defeated the Coral Gables Cavaliers 25-12, 17-25, 25-20, 25-20 on Monday afternoon.

Tiffany Bolaños led the Vipers with seven kills and a dig, and Claudia Campero added six kills and two digs. Maria Estupiñan registered 15 assists and 12 digs.

Vipers improved to 3-3 with the win.

•  TERRA d. Booker T. Washington 25-5, 25-7, 25-7: Brooke McDermott 7 kills, 5 aces. Angie Parada 14 aces, 1 kill, 1 assist. Gabriella Aquino 2 kills, 2 aces. TER 8-0.

•  Gulliver d. Coral Shores 25-14, 27-25, 25-22: Lauren potter 9 kills, 2 blocks, 6 digs. Caro Mengotti 16 points, 5 aces, 16 digs. Angie Mujica 9 kills, 4 digs, 2 blocks. GUL 5-2.

•  Riviera Prep d. Calusa 25-13, 19-25, 25-21, 25-21: Melody Hershman 6 kills, 3 blocks. Veronica Sena 10 digs, 3 kills, 3 aces. Isabella Sbarra 6 digs, 5 aces.

•  Miami Country Day d. Somerset 25-5, 25- 9, 25-9: Stella 7 kills. Winona Paez 11 aces.

•  Miami Christian d. Hebrew Academy 25-12, 25-11, 25-17: Cassy Duenas 5 aces, 9 assists, 4 kills. Melissa Gonzalez 3 aces, 5 assists, 8 kills. Yosela Noriega 5 kills. MC 4-3.

•  Varela d. Coral Gables25-12, 17-25, 25-20, 25-20: Tiffany Bolaños 7 kills, 1 dig. Claudia Campero 6 kills 2 digs. Maria Estupiñan 15 assists, 12 digs. VAR 3-3.

•  Pace d. Mater Lakes 25-10 25-17 25-23: Christina Lujan 6 aces, 6 kills, 7 digs. Angie McMurray 14 points, 5 digs. Sophia Gonzalez 5 kills, 3 digs.

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Doctors Charter vs. Sagemont (Sagemont), 4:00

Broward Charter vs. Dade Christian (Dade Christian), 4:00

Everglades Prep vs. Somerset Charter (Homestead) (Goulds), 4:00

LaSalle vs. Booker T. Washington (Booker T. Washington), 4:00

Colonial Christian vs. Princeton Christian (PCS), 4:00

MAST vs. Monsignor Pace (Pace), 4:00

South Miami vs. Southridge (SR), 5:00

Ronald Reagan vs. Hialeah-Miami Lakes (HML), 5:00

Palmer Trinity vs. Archbishop Carroll (Carroll), 5:00

Mater Academy Charter vs. Northwestern (NW), 5:00

Miami Beach vs. North Miami (Home), 5:00

Carol City vs. Miami Springs (MSP), 5:00

North Miami Beach vs. Miami Central (Home), 5:00

Hialeah Gardens vs. Krop (Home), 5:00

Greater Miami Academy vs. Northwest Christian (NWC), 5:00

TERRA vs. Homestead (Homestead), 5:00

Mourning vs. Norland (Home), 5:00

Jackson vs. Doral Academy (Doral), 5:30

Keys Gate vs. St. Brendan (St. Brendan), 5:30

Marathon vs. Archemedian (Virrick), 6:00

Miami High vs. Hialeah (Hialeah), 7:00

Pinecrest Prep vs. Divine Savior (Divine Savior), 7:00

Brito Miami vs. Hebrew Academy (Hebrew Academy), 7:00

Coral Reef vs. Varela (Var), 7:15

South Dade vs. Killian (Killian), 7:15

Miami Palmetto vs. Sunset (Sunset), 7:15

Southwest vs. Lourdes (Columbus), 7:15

Coral Gables vs. Ferguson (Ferguson), 7:15

Coral Park vs. Braddock (Braddock), 7:15

Westland Hialeah vs. American (American), 7:30

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