Killian girls’ volleyball team holds off Palmetto in five sets


Last week’s best performances


Central’s football team defeated Don Bosco Prep (N.J.) with ease last week 50-21. Dalvin Cook finished with 155 yards and three touchdowns on 10 carries. Joseph Yearby added 128 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries, and Tavius Brown had 106 yards on six receptions as the Rockets racked up 459 total yards on offense. The defense chipped in with eight sacks, including 2 1/2 by Carlin Clark, and allowed only 77 yards to the Ironmen in the second half.


Gregory Howell, Coral Gables, football: Howell had 209 yards and two touchdowns on 33 carries to lead the Cavaliers to a 30-27 win over Columbus.

D’Undre Pickett-White, Southwest, football: Pickett-White threw four touchdown passes and completed 12 of 18 passes for 274 yards to lead the Eagles to a 35-17 win over Belen Jesuit.

Skylar Reese, Mourning, football: Reese hit three consecutive field goals to lead the Sharks to a 16-14 comeback win over Edison.

Caroline Sklaver, Ransom Everglades, volleyball: Sklaver had 17 kills in the bronze-medal match to lead the Raiders to a win against Tampa Plant at the Berkeley Prep Invitational.

Mary Shelow, Mourning, volleyball: Shelow had a combined 31 kills to lead the Sharks to wins against Braddock and Miami Springs.

Andres Deza, Miami Beach, boys’ swimming and diving: Deza won the 200 IM and 100 back to lead the Hi-Tides to a close win over Sunset.

Andrea Santander, Miami Country Day, girls’ swimming and diving: Santander won the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke to lead the Spartans to a win against Westminster Christian.

Nick Diaz, Sunset, boys’ cross-country: Diaz won the Class 4A-3A division of the Spanish River Invitational in 15:43.01.

Katrina Santiago, Ferguson, girls’ cross-country: Santiago won the Class 4A-3A division of the Spanish River Invitational in 19:08.03.

Dana Thomas, Westminster Christian, girls’ cross-country: Thomas won the Class 2A-1A division of the Spanish River Invitational in 19:51.24.

Juan Yumar and Rafa Martinez, Columbus, boys’ golf: Yumar and Martinez each shot a 35 to share the championship of the rain-shortened Youth Fair Invitational.

Carolina Garrett, Ransom Everglades, girls’ golf: Garrett shot a 70 to win the Youth Fair Invitational and lead her team to the title as well.

Carlos Forero, Killian, boys’ bowling: Forero bowled a 732 high series in a win against Palmetto.

Briana Futch, American, girls’ bowling: Futch bowled a 514 high series in a victory against Miami Beach.

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The Killian girls’ volleyball team defeated the Palmetto Panthers in a nail-biting, five-game set 21-25, 25-21, 12-25, 25-21, 15-10 on Monday afternoon at the Palmetto gym.

The Cougars (7-1) were led by standout Adriana Arteaga, who recorded seven kills and five digs. Jackie Machado added 23 assists and eight points, and Ashley Reid contributed10 kills and 17 digs.

•  Killian d. Palmetto 21-25, 25-21, 12-25, 25-21, 15-10: Adriana Arteaga 7 kills, 5 digs. Jackie Machado 23 assists, 8 points; Ashley Reid 10 kills, 17 digs. KIL 7-1.

•  Coral Reef d. Southridge 25-4, 25-6, 25-15: Lexi Mesa 12 points. Amanda Orzechowicz 9 points. Alana Arabitg 7 points. CR 8-0

•  Dade Christian d. Hialeah Educational 25-19, 25-15, 25-22: Brittany Wirth 7 assists, 7 aces. Ashley Okeke 5 kills, 5 aces. Chloe Sierra 7 assists, 4 kills. DCS 4-3.

•  TERRA d. Jackson 25-4, 25-7, 25-9: Brooke McDermott 27 points, 6 kills, 18 aces, 1 assist. Gabriella Aquino 16 points, 5 kills, 8 aces. Nati Matamala 11 assists. TER11-0

•  Gulliver d. LaSalle 25-20, 25-12, 25-9: Caro Mengotti 10 kills, 8 digs. Angie Mujica 6 kills, 8 digs. Cat Arnholt 6 aces, 32 assists, 4 digs.

•  Varela d Sunset 23-25, 25-19, 25-14, 28-26: Valeria Matallana 12 kills, 12 digs. Tiffany Bolaños 11 kills. Maria Estupiñan 26 assists, 11 digs, 3 kills, 3 aces.


The Reagan girls’ bowling team defeated the Hialeah Miami Lakes Trojans 7-0.

Natalie Ochoa-Odon led the Bisons with a high series of 360. Yamari Soto led the Trojans with a high game of 152.

The Bison improved to 21-0 with the win.

•  Reagan d. Hialeah-Miami Lakes 7-0: High Game: Yamari Soto (HML) 152. High Series: Natalie Ochoa-Odon (R) 360

•  TERRA d. Ferguson 3-0: High Game: Kristi Perlberg (TER) 176, Samantha Boellard (TER) 172. High Series Kristi Perlberg (TER) 497, Angela Chapman (FER) 401. TER 4-0.


•  HML d. Reagan 4-3: High Game: Thomas Humphries (RR) 186. High Series: Rafael Chang (RR) 430 ,William Zepka (HML) 425, Anthony Gomez (HML) 368.

•  TERRA d. Ferguson 3-0: High Series: Josh Munoz (TER) 651. Richard Piniero (FER) 517. High Game: Chris Bacallao 193. TER 3-1

•  Belen d. Coral Gables 5-2: High Series: Anthony Perez-Pino 511. Belen record 2-1


•  Reagan 164, TERRA 168, Miami Beach 204: Enmanuel Salgado 37 (RR), Brandon Lozano 39 (MB),Nick Invernizzi 40 (TER), Marcos Montesano 41 (RR). Reagan 4-1.


•  Miami Beach 210, TERRA 230, Reagan 273: Alyssa Rabade 45 (TER), Elizabeth Hopkins 47 (MB), Jiana Blaha 48 (MB).



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

Miami Country Day vs. Hialeah Educational Academy (Bucky Dent), 3:30

Colonial Christian vs. Redland Christian (Redland Christian), 4:00

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

MAST vs. Mater Lakes (Miami Job Corps), 4:00

International Studies Charter vs. Somerset Charter (Homestead) (Goulds), 4:00

Calusa Prep vs. Miami Christian (MCS), 4:30

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

St. Brendan vs. LaSalle (LaSalle), 5:00

Krop vs. Miami Beach (MB), 5:00

Hialeah Gardens vs. Miami High (MHS), 5:00

Southridge vs. Jackson (Jackson), 5:00

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

Carrollton vs. Gulliver Prep (Gulliver Prep), 5:00

Norland vs. Miami Springs (MSP), 5:00

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

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

Goleman vs. Carol City (CC), 5:00

Miami Central vs. Ronald Reagan (Ronald Reagan), 5:00

Lourdes vs. Coral Gables (CG), 5:00

Westwood Christian vs. Princeton Christian (PCS), 5:30

Archemedian vs. Archbishop Carroll (Carroll), 6:00

Braddock vs. Ferguson (Ferguson), 7:15

Coral Park vs. South Miami (SM), 7:15

American vs. North Miami Beach (Home), 7:30



Divine Savior vs. Riviera Prep (Riviera Prep), 4:00

Archbishop Curley vs. Doctors Charter (Pepper Park), 4:00

Mater Academy Charter vs. Jackson (Jackson), 5:00

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

Northwestern vs. Homestead (Homestead), 5:00

Miami Springs vs. Coral Park (CP), 5:00

Monsignor Pace vs. Mourning (Mourning), 5:30

Southridge vs. Varela (Var), 7:15

Miami Palmetto vs. Coral Reef (CR), 7:15

Doral Academy vs. TERRA (TERRA), 7:30

Sunset vs. South Dade (SD), 7:30



Westland Hialeah vs. American (Milander), 7:00

South Miami vs. Braddock (Tropical), 7:00

Coral Gables vs. Coral Reef (FIU), 7:00

Mourning vs. Goleman (N.Miami), 7:00

Ransom Everglades vs. LaSalle ( LaSalle), 7:00

Varela vs. South Dade (Harris), 7:00


Brito Miami vs. Miami Christian (MCS), 1:45

Brito Miami vs. Miami Christian (MCS), 3:15

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

Princeton Christian vs. Redland Christian (Redland Christian), 4:00

Pinecrest Prep vs. Riviera Prep (Riviera Prep), 4:30

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

Coral Gables vs. Coral Park (CP), 5:00

Mater Lakes vs. Monsignor Pace (Pace), 5:00

Ferguson vs. Southwest (SW), 5:00

Gulliver Prep vs. Ransom Everglades (Ransom Everglades), 5:00

Varela vs. Hialeah (Hialeah), 5:00

Krop vs. Goleman (Home), 5:00

Miami High vs. Miami Springs (MSP), 5:00

Northwest Christian vs. Sheridan Hills Christian ( ), 5:00

Miami Central vs. American (American), 5:00

North Miami Beach vs. Hialeah-Miami Lakes (HML), 5:00

Ronald Reagan vs. Westland Hialeah (Westland Hialeah), 5:00

Carrollton vs. St. Brendan (St. Brendan), 5:30

Archemedian vs. Westminster Christian (WCS), 6:00

Dade Christian vs. Miami Country Day (MCD), 6:30

South Miami at Braddock, 7:15

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