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University School earns MaxPreps Team of the Week honors

 

University School has been named Florida’s Team of the Week by MaxPreps and the Florida National Guard. The Suns (6-0), ranked as high as No. 10 nationally (StudentSports.com Fab 50) have won their past three games against Somerset, Boyd Anderson and North Broward Prep by a combined score of 170-0.

BOYS’ SWIMMING

The Monarch boys’ swimming team defeated Northeast High 125-46 on Wednesday afternoon.

Santiago Ospina led the Knights by finishing first in the 200 IM in 2:12.074 and in the 100 breast (1:11.20). Otavio Metzker won the 100 fly (56.65) and the 50 free (23.18). The 200 Medley was won by Monarch’s David Cardenas, David Caudra, Zach Naggy and Angelo Ross in 1:54.36.

The Knights will now go into their BCAA Championships next Saturday.

Monarch 125, Northeast 46: 200 Medley: David Cardenas, David Caudra, Zach Naggy, Angelo Ross (MON) 1:54.36. 200 IM: Santiago Ospina (MON) 2:12.04. 100 Fly: Otavio Metzker (MON) 56.65. 100 Free: Cole Roth (MON) 55.25. 100 Breast: Santiago Ospina (MON) 1:11.20. 50 Free: Otavio Metzker (MON) 23:18.

•  University School 203, South Florida Heat 73: 200 Medley: University School 1:42.65. 200 Free: Marco Hosfeld (US) 1:47.03. 200 IM: Jordy Groters (US) 1:57.10. 50 Free: Jordy Groters (US) 1:57.10. 100 Fly: Matheus Borgas (SAG) 54.54. 100 Free Nicolas Oberndorfer (US) 50.94. 500 Free: Marco Hosfeld (US) 4:56.44. 100 Breast: Daniel Pereira (US) 1:03.22.

GIRLS SWIMMING

•  Monarch 99, Northeast 61: 200 Medley: Stephanie Dobbins, Catalina Gonella, Gabriela Montecchiari, Louisa Suzuki (MON) 2:12.15. 200 Free: Morgan Nixon (MON) 2:16.26. 200 IM: Catalina Gonella (MON) 2:32.17. 50 Free: Osianna McReed (NEOP) 25.78. 100 Fly: Gabriela Montecchiari (MON) 1:09.88. 100 Free: Osianna McReed (NEOP) 57:51. 100 Breast: Louisa Suzuki (MON) 1:19.47.

•  University School 186, Sagemont 92: 200 Free: Rose Smiddy (SFH) 1:56.66. 200 IM: Allison Kopas (US) 2:18.44. 50 Free: Andrea Van Den Berg (SAG) 25.00. 100 Fly: Nilza Costa (SAG) 1:02.56. 100 Free: Marissa Brannan (SFH) 56.19. 500 Free: Daniella Van Der Berg 5:13.59. 100 Breast: Emily Kopas (US) 1:05.56.

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

The American Heritage girls’ volleyball team reached a .500 record of 11-11 when it defeated Somerset Academy 25-20, 25-22, and 25-14.

The Patriots were led by standout Laura Perez who registered 12 kills, seven digs, and three points. Beatrice Roldewald followed by adding 11 points, eight aces, six kills, and seven digs.

•  American Heritage d. Somerset Academy 25-20, 25-22, 25-14: Laura Perez 7 digs, 12 kills, 3 points. Beatrice Roldewald 11 points, 8 aces, 6 kills, 7 digs.

AH 11-11.

•  Sagemont d. Hialeah Educational 25-5, 25-6, 25-10: Megan Bodden 11 kills, 10 points, 4 aces. Carly Cohen 15 points, 3 aces, 10 assists. SAG 12-7.

•  Late Tuesday, Chaminade-Madonna d.University School 25-18, 22-25, 25-12, 25-16: Amber Addison 20 kills, 10 points, 6 blocks. Alyssa Osborn 38 assists, 8 digs, 4 blocks. CM 9-10.

GIRLS’ GOLF

•  Late Tuesday, Pine Crest 161, Calvary Christian 264: Kaitlin Koppenhauer (PC) 37, Sam Haubenstock (PC)38, Paige Skimming (PC) 41, Catherine Lott (PC) 45, Kaitlyn Leta (CC) 63, Tori Nail (CC) 63.

•  Archbishop McCarthy 174, Gulliver Prep 185 (at Grand Palms Par 36): Lauren Carver (AM) 39, Gabriella Sammarco (AM) 40, Ruby Willie (GP) 43, Michelle Rodriguez (GP) 46, Shanna Leventhal (GP) 47,

Gabby Rincon (AM) 47 Carolina Castillo (AM) 48, Olivia Lundeen (GP) 49.

BOYS’ GOLF

•  Late Monday, Columbus 298, Archbishop McCarthy 303, Douglas 304, Pine Crest 310 (at Jacaranda CC East Par 71):Yumar (CC) 71, Whelan (DOU) 71, Chervony (PC) 72, Gonzalez-Quevedo (AM) 73.

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ CROSS-COUNTRY

Donna Klein vs. Sagemont (Markham), 4:00

Hebrew Academy vs. Sagemont (Markham), 4:00

FOOTBALL

Archbishop McCarthy vs. Stranahan (South Plantation), 7:00

Pembroke Pines Charter vs. Coconut Creek (C.Creek), 7:00

Hollywood Hills vs. West Broward (Flanagan), 7:00

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

BOYS’ GOLF

University School vs. Cardinal Gibbons (Jacaranda), 1:00

Cooper City vs. Pembroke Pines Charter (Pembroke Lakes), 3:00

Monarch vs. Plantation (Plantation Preserve), 3:00

South Plantation vs. Northeast (Pompano Municipal), 3:00

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Northeast vs. Deerfield Beach (Deerfield Beach), 4:30

Dillard vs. Cardinal Gibbons (Cardinal Gibbons), 4:30

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

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

Western vs. Douglas (Home), 4:30

Coral Glades vs. Everglades (Everglades), 4:30

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

Piper vs. Northeast (Northeast), 4:30

Flanagan vs. Pembroke Pines Charter (Pembroke Pines Charter), 4:30

Blanche Ely vs. Plantation (Plantation), 6:00

Archbishop McCarthy vs. Pompano Beach (Pompano Beach), 4:30

St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Venice (Venice), 6:00

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

Monarch vs. Taravella (Taravella), 4:30

Sagemont vs. Coral Springs Christian ( ), 6:30

Broward Charter vs. Doctors Charter (Pepper), 4:00

GIRLS’ CROSS-COUNTRY

Donna Klein vs. Sagemont (Markham), 4:00

Hebrew Academy vs. Sagemont (Markham), 4:00

FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Bolles vs. American Heritage (American Heritage), 7:30

Blanche Ely vs. Plantation (PAL), 7:00

Pompano Beach vs. Calvary Christian (Calvary Christian), 7:00

Champagnat vs. Chaminade-Madonna (Chaminade), 4:00

Cooper City vs. Flanagan (Flanagan), 7:00

Douglas vs. Coral Glades (Coral Glades), 7:00

Coral Springs vs. South Plantation (South Plantation), 7:00

Coral Springs Charter vs. Pope John Paul II (Pope John Paul II), 7:00

Western vs. Cypress Bay (Cypress), 7:00

Piper vs. Deerfield Beach (Deerfield), 7:00

Boynton Beach vs. Dillard (Dillard), 7:00

Miramar vs. Everglades (Everglades), 7:00

Fort Lauderdale vs. Lakeland (Lakeland), 7:00

Suncoast vs. Hallandale (Hallandale), 7:00

Highlands Christian vs. Trinity Prep (Trinity Prep), 7:00

McArthur vs. South Broward (S.Broward), 7:00

Monarch vs. Taravella (C.Springs), 7:00

Barrington Christian vs. North Broward Prep (N.Brow.Prep), 7:00

St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Northeast (Northeast), 7:00

Benjamin vs. Pine Crest (Pine Crest), 7:00

Somerset Academy vs. Glades Day ( ), 7:00

Westminster Academy vs. Ransom Everglades (Ransom Everglades), 7:30

BOYS’ GOLF

St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Benjamin (Home), 3:00

BOYS’ SWIMMING

Doctors Charter vs. Sagemont (Sagemont), 3:00

Somerset Academy vs. Sagemont (Sagemont), 3:00

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Tampa Berkley (Tampa Berkley), 4:30

Miami Palmetto vs. Archbishop McCarthy (McCarthy), 5:00

GIRLS’ SWIMMING

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

MONDAY’S SCHEDULE

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

South Plantation vs. Coral Springs (Home), 4:30

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