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McCarthy sweeps district boys’, girls’ golf tourney

 

Archbishop McCarthy’s boys and girls swept the District 24-2A golf tournament Tuesday at the Grand Palms Country Club.

Katie Williamson shot a 69 to win the girls’ individual title. Anthony Wells shot a 71 to win the boys’ title.

The Mavericks edged Gulliver on the girls’ side and got past Gulliver and Key West on the boys’ side en route to the tournament win.

Michelle Rodriguez led the way for Gulliver as she shot a team-best 73.

District 24-2A – Girls’ team scores: Archbishop McCarthy 311; Gulliver 358; Top 6 individuals: Katie Williamson (AM) 69; Michelle Rodriguez (GP) 73; Alicia Cappellano (LaSalle) 79; Lauren Carver (AM) 79; Gaby Sammarco (AM) 81; Gigi Garcia (AM) 82.

Boys’ team scores: Archbishop McCarthy 297; Gulliver 322; Key West 359; Top six individuals: Anthony Wells (AM) 71; Daniel Gonzalez-Quevedo (AM) 73; Evan DeRoche (KW) 75; Chris Nido (GP) 75; Isaiah Morel (AM) 75; Ryan Stenmark (AM) 78; Individuals Qualifiers: Nick Sacramento (PPC) 82; Ignacio Escalona (Doral) 85; Paolo Ariano (Doral) 87.

District 23-1A – Boys’ team scores: University School 347, Miami Country Day 362, Chaminade Madonna 435. Top seven individuals: Jordan Gumberg (US) 71, Sergio Escalante (CM) 81, Jonathan Roberts (MCD) 83, Spencer Berens (MCD) 91, Kenny Duecker (US) 91, Gabriel Porges (US) 91, Val Salemi (SAG) 92 (advances as an individual).

District 23-2A – Girls’ team scores: American Heritage 286, Pine Crest 340, North Broward Prep 455. Top six individuals: Jamie Freedman (AH) 68, Andreina Merchan (AH) 70, Samantha Haubenstock (PC) 71, Marissa Messana (AH) 74, Alejandra Merchan (AH) 74, Hannah Leiner (NBP) 75.

Boys’ team scores: American Heritage 280, Pine Crest 301, Cardinal Gibbons 325. Top six individuals: Sam Madsen (CG) 65, Steven Chervony (PC) 66, Jorge Garcia (AH) 67, Kristian Caparros (AH) 69, Matthew Mourin (AH) 74, Miles Castoro (PC) 74.

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Western defeated Hollywood Hills in dominant fashion 25-10, 25-6, 25-5.

Amanda Medlock led the way for the Wildcats, registering16 kills, 13 digs, six aces and an assist. Melissa Taylor added 30 assists, six aces, four digs and three kills while Dani Tovar accounted for 11 digs, eight kills and five aces.

With the victory, the Wildcats improve to 16-5 on the season and will have a short turnaround as they face McArthur Wednesday.

•  Western d. Hollywood Hills 25-10, 25-6, 25-5: Amanda Medlock 16 kills, 6 aces, 13 digs, assist. Melissa Taylor 30 assists, 3 kills, 6 aces, 4 digs. Dani Tovar 8 kills, 5 aces, 11 digs. WES 16-5.

ELSEWHERE

The Calvary Christian Eagles took down Miami Country Day in a thrilling, five-set match 25-17, 23-25, 29-31, 25-12, 15-10.

Lindsay Foreman headlined win for Calvary with 20 kills, 17 digs and two blocks. Jessy Underwood added 44 assists, 15 digs, eight kills and two blocks while Alexa Romagnolo registered 16 digs, three aces and a kill.

The Eagles improve to 15-4 with the win.

•  Calvary Christian d. Miami Country Day 25-17, 23-25, 29-31, 25-12, 15-10: Lindsay Foreman 20 kills, 17digs, 2 blocks. Jessy Underwood 44 assists, 8 kills, 15digs, 2 blocks. Alexa Romagnolo 16 digs, 3 aces, kill. CC 15-4.

•  St. Thomas Aquinas d. Cardinal Gibbons 25-18, 24-26, 25-27, 25-15, 18-16: Ali Jacobs 18 kills, 5 points, ace, 15 digs, 2 blocks. CG 18-5.

•  Highlands Christian d. Westminster Academy 25-22, 19-25, 25-22, 23-25, 15-12: Bethany Chapmen 6 points, 12 digs, 11 kills. Karen Everett 2 points, 6 digs, 5 kills. HC 7-13.

GIRLS’ CROSS-COUNTRY

Jenna Evans of the South Florida HEAT ran a 20:48 as she finished atop the leader board at the Miami Country Day Fast Times Meet.

Despite the performance from Evans, the Heat still finished second, behind Carrollton School in the team standings.

Marnie Madiedo led the way for Carrollton, finishing in second place with a time of 20:52. Carolyn Shields, also with the Heat, finished third with a time of 21:01.

•  Carrollton School 39, South Florida Heat 46, Archbishop McCarthy 82, Miami Country Day 98, Westminster Academy 108, Florida Christian 146, Calvary Christian 199, Westwood Christian 229: Jenna Evans (SFH) 20:48, Marnie Madiedo (CAR) 20:52, Carolyn Shields (SFH) 21:01, Andrea Zumpano (CS) 21:03, Marianne Aguilar (AMC) 21:07, Jovanna Sarduy (AMC) 21:22, Isabell Allen (MCD) 21:36, Abigail Serda (SFH) 21:44, Zelmira Patron (CS) 21:45, Sofie Miguez (CS) 21:46, Victoria Camargo (FC) 21:46, Erin Shields (SFH) 21:54, Caitlyn Hamilton (WA) 22:03, Erica Garcia (CS) 22:13, Alexa Garcia (CS) 22:23.

BOYS’ CROSS-COUNTRY

Behind the second place finish of Jeremy Ferrell, Archbishop McCarthy won the boys’ side of the Miami Country Day Fast Times Meet.

Ferrell placed second with a 17:19; he was only beat out by Brandon Bejarano of Westminster Academy, who won the meet with a 17:04.

Belen Jesuit’s Joshua Collins rounded out the top three with a 17:21 performance.

Archbishop McCarthy 26, Westminster Academy 53, Miami Country Day 59, Calvary Christian 110, South Florida Heat 158, Florida Christian 164, Westwood Christian 185: Brandon Bejarano (WA)17:04, Jeremy Ferrell (AMC)17:19, Joshua Collins (BJ) 17:21, Casey McCracken (WA) 17:24, William Shine (AMC) 17:49, James Hunter (AMC) 18:15, Marco Santana (AMC) 18:23, Patrick Sastre (WA) 18:31, Jacob Strouse (MDC) 18:36, Gabriel Cabrera-Cruz (AMC) 18:44, Julian Schultz (MDC) 18:44, Emil Martayan (MDC) 18:49, Alwyn York McConnell (AMC) 18:53, Alexander Cohen (MDC) 18:57, Jordan Campbell (CC) 18:59.

WEDNESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ SWIMMING

Douglas vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (Central Park Pool), 7

Plantation vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (St. Thomas Aquinas), 7

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

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

Blanche Ely vs. Hallandale, 4:30

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

Gulliver Prep vs. Coral Springs Charter (Coral Springs Charter), 5:30

GIRLS’ SWIMMING

Douglas vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (Central Park Pool), 7

Plantation vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (St. Thomas Aquinas), 7

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

South Broward at Taravella, 4:30

Fort Lauderdale at South Plantation, 4:30

Cypress Bay at St. Thomas Aquinas, 4:30

St. Andrews at Pompano Beach, 4:30

Everglades vs. Plantation (Plantation), 6

Stranahan vs. Nova (Home), 4:30

Coral Springs vs. Monarch (Monarch), 4:30

Western vs. McArthur (McArthur), 4:30

Flanagan at Douglas, 4:30

Cooper City at Coral Glades, 4:30

Deerfield Beach at Ely, 4:30

Sagemont at Westminster Academy, 7

FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Key West at American Heritage, 7:30

Coconut Creek at McCarthy, 7

Blanche Ely vs. Boyd Anderson (B.A.), 7

Calvary Christian vs. Pope John Paul II (Pope John Paul II), 7

Northeast vs. Chaminade-Madonna (Chaminade), 4

Western vs. Cooper City (Cooper), 7

Coral Glades vs. South Plantation (South Plantation), 7

Taravella vs. Coral Springs (C.Springs), 7

Pompano Beach vs. Coral Springs Charter (Coral Glades), 7

Coral Springs Christian vs. Highlands Christian (Highlands), 7

Cypress Bay vs. St. Thomas Aquinas, 7

Deerfield Beach vs. Monarch (Coconut Creek), 7

Dillard vs. Hallandale (Hallandale), 7

Douglas vs. Piper (Piper), 7

Everglades vs. McArthur (McArthur), 7

Flanagan vs. Miramar (Miramar), 7

Hollywood Hills vs. Fort Lauderdale (Flanagan), 7

Somerset Academy at North Broward, 7

Doral Academy vs. Nova (Nova), 7

Pine Crest vs. John Carroll ( ), 7

Stranahan vs. Pembroke Pines Charter (PPC), 7

Plantation at South Broward, 7

University School vs. Glades Central (Effie C. Grear Field), 7

Florida Christian vs. Westminster Academy, 7

Faith Christian vs. Zion Lutheran (Deerfield Middle), 6

Inlet Grove vs. Westminster Christian (WC), 4

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

South Broward vs. Piper (Home), 4:30

SATURDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Cardinal Gibbons vs. Jackson (Traz), 7

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