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Northeast girls’ volleyball team wins match against Coconut Creek in five sets

 

Last week’s best performances

TEAM OF THE WEEK

Miramar’s Cameron Rigby scored the go-ahead 3 -yard touchdown run with 9:20 remaining, and a staunch defense, led by Alexander Trotman, Kahlil Roan and David Lee sacked St. Thomas Aquinas’ Wade Freebeck five times and held the Raiders (2-1, then USA Today No.3) to 14 rushing yards as Miramar (4-0) rallied for a 22-20 win.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Kent Haeffner, Pine Crest, boys’ swimming: Haeffner, who won the 200-meter freestyle (1:41.68), 500 freestyle (4:33.92) and led the Panthers’ 200-medley relay to third place, was named co-winner of the Andy Coan Award as the Woodson Invitational’s top performer.

Priscilla Haase, Coral Springs Charter, girls’ volleyball: Haase had 25 assists and 11 aces to lead the Panthers over Somerset.

Andrew Iglesias and Carlos Penaranda, Pines Charter, boys’ cross-country: Iglesias (16:08, Broward No. 2) and Penaranda finished fifth and eighth, respectively, to help the Jaguars finish a school-best fourth at the Spanish River Invitational.

Adriana Pineda and Christen Simons, Western, girls’ golf: Pineda (39) and Simons (40) went 1-2 to help the Wildcats beat Flanagan and Pompano Beach.

Daniel Pereira, University School, boys’ swimming: Pereira won the 100 breaststroke (1:00.82) and finished third in the 200 IM at the Woodson Invitational.

Caroline Nava, Westminster Academy, girls’ swimming: Nava clocked a school-record 57.22 to finish second in the 100 butterfly and finished third in the 50 freestyle at the Woodson Invitational.

Matthew Galluzzo, St. Thomas Aquinas, boys’ golf: The star sophomore shot a 3-under-par 69, highlighted by four birdies, to help the Raiders beat Cardinal Gibbons.

Marta Ciesla, Pine Crest, girls’ swimming: Ciesla won the 50 freestyle (23.79) at the Woodson Invitational.

Andreina Merchan, American Heritage, girls’ golf: Merchan shot 2-under 142 to help the Patriots win their third consecutive Honda Classic Invitational title.

Dangelo Fulford, Northeast, football: Fulford threw for 223 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Hurricanes over Fort Lauderdale 28-14.

Katie Keane, South Broward, girls’ volleyball: Keane had 12 kills, six aces and eight digs to lead the Bulldogs over Plantation.

Jenna Evans, South Florida HEAT, girls’ cross-country: Evans (20:52) finished fourth to help the HEAT finish a Broward-best third at the Spanish River Invitational Class 1A-2A race.

Jorge Garcia, American Heritage, boys’ golf: Garcia (72) tied for fifth individually to lead the Patriots to their second consecutive Honda Classic Invitational title.

Chris Nealy, Flanagan, football: Nealy scored two touchdowns to lead the Falcons over Cypress Bay 35-13 for the Falcons’ first victory over the Lightning.

Brandon Bejarano and Casey McCracken, Westminster Academy, boys’ cross-country: Bejarano (17:04) and McCracken (17:12) went 3-4 to help the Lions edge Cardinal Gibbons 93-94 for the Spanish River Invitational 1A/2A team title.


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The Northeast Hurricanes girls’ volleyball team picked up its third win of the season in a close match against Coconut Creek Cougars on Monday afternoon.

The Cougars won the first set 25-16, but the Hurricanes rallied to win the second set 25-18. Coconut Creek stormed back to take the third set 25-23 before Northeast won the fourth set 25-23 to tie the match at two sets apiece.

The Hurricanes then edged the Cougars 15-12 in the fifth set to win the match.

Kya Morris led the Cougars with 23 points, 13 kills, seven blocks and 11 aces. Simahj James followed with 11 kills and seven blocks and Bethan Jones chipped in seven points.

Northeast (3-7) faces Ely on Thursday.


• St. Thomas def. Plantation High School 25-6, 25-5, 25-8: Paris Aubin 5 assists, 3 digs, 1 point

• Northeast d. Coconut Creek 16-25, 25-18, 23-25, 25-23, 15-12: Kya Morris 13 kills, 7 blocks, 11 aces, 23 points. Simahj James 11 kills, 7 blocks. Bethan Jones 4 assists, 4 aces, 7 points. NE 3-7.

Ally Johnson 4 kills, 2 points. STA 9-1

West Broward d. McArthur 25-12, 25-2, 25-17: Cassidy Bonito 21 points, 20 assists, 5 kills. 5-0

BOYS’ GOLF

Cooper City defeated the West Broward Bobcats 175-196 at the Flamingo Lakes Country Club.

The Cowboys were led by Beau Gobble, who shot a 40, and Sawyer Morgan (44). Andres Torres led the Bobcats with a score of 43.

Cooper City (5-1) will meet St. Thomas Aquinas at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Weston Hills Country Club.

• Cooper City 175, West Broward 196 at Flamingo Lakes Country Club: Beau Gobble 40 (CC), Andres Torrres 43 (WB), Sawyer Morgan 44 (CC), Owen Murphy 45 (CC), Logan Piper 46 (CC). Alec Quiril 48 (WB), Ryan Williams 49 (WB), Austin Frucht 56 (WB). CC 5-1.

• Chaminade-Madonna 191, Sagemont 216: Sergio Escalante 41 (CM), Val Salemi 47 (SAG), Emma Persinger 48(CM), Travis Still 44 (CM), Adam Tulloch 54(SAG), Luis Miaz 55(SAG), William Cutler 58(CM)

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ GOLF

American Heritage vs. University School (Grande Oaks), 2:00


GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Douglas vs. Cypress Bay (Home), 4:30

American Heritage vs. Dillard (Dillard), 4:30

Blanche Ely vs. Fort Lauderdale (Home), 4:30

Archbishop McCarthy vs. Hallandale (Hallandale), 4:30

Boyd Anderson vs. Northeast (Northeast), 4:30

Boynton Beach vs. Pembroke Pines Charter (Pembroke Pines Charter), 4:30

Cooper City vs. Piper (Home), 4:30

Coconut Creek vs. Stranahan (Stranahan), 4:30

South Plantation vs. Western (Western), 4:30

Calvary Christian vs. Chaminade-Madonna (Chaminade), 6:00

Dade Christian vs. Sagemont (Sagemont), 5:30

Hollywood Christian vs. Monsignor Pace (Pace), 4:30

Posnack Day School vs. Northwest Christian (NWC), 5:00

WEDNESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ CROSS-COUNTRY

Sagemont vs. Chaminade-Madonna (Markham), 4:00

BOYS’ SWIMMING

Chaminade-Madonna vs. University School (University School), 4:00

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Pembroke Pines Charter vs. Coral Springs (Home), 4:30

Pompano Beach vs. Cardinal Gibbons (Cardinal Gibbons), 4:30

Coral Glades vs. Deerfield Beach (Deerfield Beach), 4:30

Everglades vs. McArthur (McArthur), 4:30

Hollywood Hills vs. Plantation (Plantation), 6:00

South Broward vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (St. Thomas Aquinas), 4:30

Douglas vs. Taravella (Taravella), 4:30

Miramar vs. West Broward (West Broward), 4:30

Somerset Academy vs. Sagemont (Sagemont), 5:00

GIRLS’ CROSS-COUNTRY

Sagemont vs. Chaminade-Madonna (Markham), 4:00

GIRLS’ SWIMMING

Chaminade-Madonna vs. University School (University School), 4:00

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Hallandale vs. Coconut Creek (C.Creek), 7:00

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Northeast vs. Blanche Ely (Blanche Ely), 4:30

Monarch vs. Boyd Anderson (Boyd Anderson), 4:30

Jensen Beach vs. Cardinal Gibbons (Cardinal Gibbons), 4:30

South Plantation vs. Cooper City (Cooper City), 4:30

Piper vs. Cypress Bay (Home), 4:30

Dillard vs. Archbishop McCarthy (McCarthy), 4:30

St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Pompano Beach (Pompano Beach), 4:30

Hallandale vs. Stranahan (Stranahan), 4:30

Flanagan vs. Western (Western), 4:30

Pembroke Pines Charter vs. West Broward (West Broward), 4:30

Miramar vs. Fort Lauderdale (Home), 4:30

Broward Charter vs. Archbishop Curley (Curley), 4:30

Northwest Christian vs. Sheridan Hills Christian , 5:00

FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Northwestern vs. Blanche Ely (Ely), 7:00

Coral Shores vs. Florida Christian (Florida Christian), 7:30

Archbishop Carroll vs. Somerset Academy (Somerset Academy), 4:00

Northwest Christian vs. Zion Lutheran (Deerfield Middle), 6:00

Archbishop Curley vs. Miami Country Day (Country Day), 7:30

Belen Jesuit vs. South Fort Myers (South Fort Myers), 7:00

Booker T. Washington vs. Monsignor Pace (Pace), 7:30

Carol City vs. Southridge (Southridge), 7:30

Champagnat vs. Inlet Grove (Inlet Grove), 7:00

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