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Treon Harris receives national honor

 

The 2014 U.S. Army All-American Bowl Selection Tour will visit Booker T. Washington on Thursday to select quarterback Treon Harris to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

The Tornadoes will honor Harris before their teammates, classmates, fans and family during an assembly.

The five U.S. Army All-American Bowl Selection Tour teams travel across the country from late September to mid-December to announce all 90 players and 125 marching musicians to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and log a combined 30,000 miles.

The U.S Army All-American Bowl will be played at the Alamodome in San Antonio on Jan. 4.

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Doctors Charter defeated Hollywood Christian in straight sets 25-19, 25-22, 25-12.

The Hawks dominated their Broward County opponent from the beginning and did not drop a set.

Allison Yao registered 16 aces, 13 assists and five kills for the Hawks, and Jessica Riley added 11 aces, seven kills and four blocks.

Brittany Magloire also stepped up for Doctors Charter as she accumulated five kills, five blocks and five aces.

After taking down the Eagles, Doctors Charter improved its record to 12-4.

•  Doctors Charter d. Hollywood Christian 25-19, 25-22, 25-12: Allison Yao 5 kills, 16 aces, 13 assists. Jessica Riley 7 kills, 4 blocks, 11 aces. Brittany Magloire 5 kills, 5 blocks, 5 aces. DC 12-4.

ELSEWHERE

Florida Christian made the short trip to Monsignor Pace and edged out the Spartans 25-23, 25-28, 25-20.

The Patriots were led by Brittany Beckelheimer’s 10 points and six kills. Natalia Tohme added 10 points and seven kills.

While Veronica Gomez registered 13 assists, eight kills and six points.

Florida Christian improved to 14-8.

•  Florida Christian d. Pace 25-23, 25-18, 25-20: Brittany Beckelheimer 10 points, 6 kills. Natalia Tohme 10 points, 7 kills. Veronica Gomez 8 kills, 13 assists, 6 points. FC 14-8.

MORE VOLLEYBALL

Miami Christian took down Princeton Christian 25-17, 25-18, 20-25, 25-22.

Cassy Duenas led the Victors with 15 assists, nine kills and five aces. Mellissa Gonzalez registered 11 kills, eight assists and four aces, and Andrea Sinclair added six kills, two aces and two assists.

Miami Christian is 12-7.

•  Miami Christian d. Princeton Christian 25-17, 25-18, 20-25, 25-22: Cassy Duenas 5 aces, 9 kills, 15 assists. Melissa Gonzalez 4 aces, 11 kills, 8 assists. Andrea Sinclair 2 aces, 6 kills, 2 assists. MC 12-7.

•  TERRA d Braddock 25-16, 25-18: Brooke McDermott 29 kills, 3 aces, block. Mirel Penas 10 kills, 2 aces, 2 blocks. Grace Cope 2 kills, ace, 5 blocks. Natalia Matamala 27 assists, 3 aces.

•  TERRA d. Varela 25-13, 25-22.

•  American d. North Miami 23-25, 25-21, 25-18, 25-18: Kermit Martinez 11 assists, 3 digs, 3 aces. Lenysse Dyer 5 kills, 2 blocks. Karla Gonzalez 4 kills, ace.

•  Late Wednesday – Carrollton d. Gulliver 15-25, 26-24, 25-22, 22-25, 15-8: Gabriella Socarras 11 kills, 3 aces. Adrianna Rovirosa 8 kills. Manuela Fernandez 16 digs, 9 aces. Maria Hornbacher 8 kills. CAR 14-5.

FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Doral Academy vs. Nova (Nova), 7:00

Florida Christian vs. Westminster Academy (WA), 7:00

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

Jupiter Christian vs. Archbishop Carroll (Carroll), 4:00

Archbishop Curley vs. LaSalle ( LaSalle), 7:30

Varela vs. Belen Jesuit (Belen), 4:00

Southwest vs. Braddock (Tropical), 7:30

Carol City vs. Homestead (Harris), 7:30

Northwestern vs. Miami Central (Traz), 7:30

Coral Gables vs. Miami High (Curtis), 7:30

Coral Park vs. Miami Beach (Memorial), 7:00

Coral Reef vs. Southridge (Southridge), 7:30

Edison vs. Monsignor Pace (Pace), 7:30

Hialeah Gardens vs. Krop (North Miami), 7:30

Keys Gate vs. Village Academy (Village Academy), 7:00

Ronald Reagan vs. North Miami Beach (Milander), 7:30

Palmer Trinity vs. Oxbridge (Oxbridge), 7:00

Inlet Grove vs. Westminster Christian (WC), 4:00

BOYS’ SWIMMING

Miami Beach vs. Mourning (FIU North), 4:00

Sunset vs. Coral Gables (Tamiami), 4:30

Belen Jesuit vs. Miami Country Day (Home), 4:00

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Palmer Trinity vs. Miami Palmetto (Palmetto), 4:00

Redland Christian vs. Miami Christian (MCS), 4:30

Princeton Christian vs. Archbishop Curley (Curley), 5:30

South Miami vs. Edison (Edison), 5:30

Hialeah Gardens vs. Mourning (Mourning), 7:30

GIRLS’ SWIMMING

Lourdes vs. Miami Country Day (Miami Country Day), 4:30

Sunset vs. Coral Gables (Tamiami), 3:00

Miami Beach vs. Mourning (FIU North), 1:30

SATURDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Cardinal Gibbons vs. Jackson (Traz), 7:00

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

Miami Palmetto vs. Killian (Tropical), 7:00

Mourning vs. Mater Academy Charter (Milander), 7:00

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ SWIMMING

Coral Gables vs. TERRA (Tamiami), 3:30

GIRLS’ SWIMMING

Coral Gables vs. TERRA (Tamiami), 3:30

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