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University’s Jordan Gumberg wins regional golf tournament to reach states

 

a1fernandez@MiamiHerald.com

University School’s Jordan Gumberg punched his ticket to next week’s state golf tournament by shooting a 1-over-par 73 to win the Region 8-1A tournament at the Biltmore Golf Course in Coral Gables on Tuesday.

Gumberg edged Westminster Academy’s Stephen Lamay by one stroke to win the tournament and qualify individually.

Lamay’s 74 powered Westminster Academy to the team championship as the Lions shot 314. Calvary Christian finished the regional runner-up, shooting 324. Chaminade-Madonna’s Sergio Escalante shot a 77 to finish third and also qualify individually.

On the girls’ side, no Broward teams qualified, but Chaminade-Madonna’s Emma Persinger and Calvary Christian’s Kaitlyn Leta qualified individually.

Boys’ team qualifiers: 1. Westminster Academy 314; 2. Calvary Christian 324.

Individual results: 1. Jordan Gumberg (US) 73; 2. Stephen Lamay (CC) 74; 3. Sergio Escalante (CM) 77; 4. Jake Beber-Frankel (RE) 78; 5. Jack Fumagalli (PT) 79; 6. Derrek Butts (CC) 80; Phillip Straus (RE) 80; Elijah Thompson (WA) 80; Brendon Abernethy (WA) 80; Jordan Mansour (WA) 80; 11. Zach Mendez (CC) 81; 12. Cory Duame (CC) 81.

Girls’ team qualifiers: 1. Ransom 322; 2. Carrollton 378.

Girls’ individual results: 1. Carolina Garrett (RE) 71; 2. Tanya Eathakotti (CAR) 82; 3. Katie Hanley (RE) 83; 4. Alix Hamilton (RE) 83; 5. Chloe Horton (RE) 85; 6. Phoebe Beber-Frankel (RE) 88; 7. Gabriela Delgado (CAR) 91; 8. Charlotte Stott (CAR) 94; 9. Emma Persinger (CM) 95; 10. Andrea Delgado (CAR) 111; 11. Rachel Williams (CAR) 123; 12. Kaitlyn Leta (CalC) 134.

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

•  District 15-7A – St. Thomas Aquinas d. South Broward 25-4, 24-11, 25-7: Kelly Schafenacker 4 assists, 6 aces, 10 points. Lauren Grzywna 3 kills. STA 24-2.

•  District 16-5A – Cardinal Gibbons d. American Heritage 25-10, 25-11, 25-17: Daniella Molinari 8 kills, 10 points, 3 aces, 2 digs, 3 blocks. CG 19-7.

•  Calvary Christian d. Somerset 25-8, 25-12, 25-7: C. Knapp 9 kills, 3 digs. CC 17-8.

•  District 16-5A – American Heritage d. Dillard 25-19, 25-14, 25-16: Laura Perez 7 kills, 3 digs, 4 aces, 5 points. Beatrice Roldewald 5 kills, 5 digs, 4 aces, 6 points. Katie Johnson 22 assists, 5 digs, 4 aces, 5 points.

•  District 16-5A– Pompano beach d. Archbishop McCarthy: Adriana Diaz 3 points, ace, 20 digs. Katie McInnis 16 points, 4 aces, 10 kills. Brooke Wilder 5 points, ace, 7 kills, 9 digs. AMC 15-10.

•  District 14-4A – Chaminade-Madonna d. University School 25-12, 25-13, 25-13: Kaela Fennell-Chin 6 kills, 20 digs. Katelyn Barclay 2 kills, 26 digs. Brooke Osceola 12 assists, 7 digs. US 7-17.

More GIRLS’ GOLF

The St. Thomas Aquinas girls’ golf team won the District 12-8A semifinals, edging out Santaluces, Park Vista and Boca Raton, among others, to keep its season alive.

As a team, St. Thomas shot a 323, placing it ahead of second-place Santaluces (381). Park Vista rounded out the top three with an overall score of 394.

The Raiders used the stellar performance of freshman Julia Matzat to cruise to victory. Matzat shot a 2-under-par 70 to lead all individuals. Her performance earned her the title of regional champion.

“She went from an 85 in districts to a 70 in regionals and she’s just a freshman,” coach Ed Waters said of Matzat. “Her performance was awesome.”

Ariana Garcia followed suit for the Raiders, shooting an 80, and Madison Riordan shot an 83.

St. Thomas Aquinas will now begin preparations to play in the state tournament, which will be held Nov. 4-6 at Las Colinas Golf Course in Howey-in-the-Hills.

“We feel that we can compete with anyone there,” Waters said. “We have played the best competition down here and we hope to have our best two matches when we go up there.”

RUBEN PALACIOS

•  District 12-8A semifinals – St. Thomas Aquinas 323, Santaluces 381, Park Vista 394, Boca Raton 398, Wellington 410, Spanish River 490, Douglas 490. Top individuals: Regional champion Julia Matzat (STA) 70, Krayeski (PBC) 74, Sauro (SAN) 76, Ariana Garcia (STA) 80, Johnson (WELL) 80, Goldman (WB) 81, Madison Riordan (STA) 83,Green (WELL) 83.

More BOYS’ GOLF

•  District 3-7A – Park Vista 290, Boca Raton 301, Douglas 304, St. Thomas Aquinas 307. Top individuals: Josh August (PV) 68, Zachary Bariso (BR) 69, Daniel Whelan (DOU) 71, Ryan Lynch (PV) 71, Tyler Segal (WB) 72, Zach Volts (STA) 73, Brian Leikert (BR) 75, Jeff Klontz (PV) 75, Matt Galluzo (STA) 76, Ryan Mason (PV) 76, James Greco (STA) 77, Skylar Thompson (DOU) 77.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

•  St. Thomas Aquinas 2, Monarch 1: For Mon: Courtney Johnson goal. Kacey Cotter 9 saves.

•  Monarch 1, Cardinal Gibbons 0: For Mon: Courtney Johnson goal. Kacey Cotter 8 saves.

WEDNESDAY’S SCHEDULE

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

District 11-8A final at Taravella: 7

District 12-8A final at Cypress Bay: 7

District 15-7A final at St. Thomas Aquinas: 6.

District 14-4A semifinals at Chaminade: Calvary Christian-Somerset winner vs. Chaminade-University winner, 4; North Broward Prep-CS Charter winner vs. Pine Crest, 6

CROSS-COUNTRY

District 13-4A at Heritage Park – Girls: 4:30; Boys: 5.

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Everglades at Cooper City, 7

South Broward at Nova, 7

Archbishop McCarthy at Pines Charter, 7

Douglas vs. Taravella (Coral Springs), 7

Highlands Christian at Barrington Christian (Harris), 7

Keys Gate at Somerset, 3

SFC first round: Pope John Paul at Westminster Academy, 7

SFC first round: La Salle at Calvary Christian, 7

SFC first round: Archbishop Curley at Coral Springs Charter, 7

SFC consolation: Benjamin at Florida Christian, 7

SFC consolation: Pompano Beach at Pine Crest, 7

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

District 13-8A final at McArthur: 6

District 14-7A final at Fort Lauderdale: 7.

District 16-5A final at Cardinal Gibbons: 6

District 15-3A semifinals at Sagemont: Doctors Charter-South Florida HEAT winner vs. Somerset-Sagemont winner, 5; Miami Country Day vs. Dade Christian-Curley winner, 7

District 14-2A final at Sheridan Hills Christian: 6

CROSS-COUNTRY

District 14-4A at Markhan Park – Girls: 2; Boys: 3.

District 15-2A at Mills Pond Park – Girls: 3; Boys: 3:30.

District 14-1A at Highlands Christian – Girls: 2; Boys: 2:45.

District 15-1A at Westminster Academy – Girls: 4; Boys: 4:45.

FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Blanche Ely vs. Cardinal Gibbons (Gibbons), 7:00

Chaminade-Madonna vs. Inlet Grove (Inlet Grove), 7:00

Coconut Creek vs. Boynton Beach (Boynton Beach), 7:00

Deerfield Beach vs. Coral Glades (Coral Glades), 7:00

Piper vs. Coral Springs (C.Springs), 7:00

Coral Springs Christian vs. Dade Christian (DC), 7:00

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

Suncoast vs. Dillard (Dillard), 7:00

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

Stranahan vs. Hallandale (Hallandale), 7:00

Hollywood Hills vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (Aquinas), 7:00

McArthur vs. Western (Western), 7:00

South Plantation vs. Monarch (Deerfield Beach), 7:00

Cardinal Newman vs. North Broward Prep (N.Brow.Prep), 7:00

Plantation vs. Northeast (Northeast), 7:00

University School vs. Manatee (Manatee), 7:00

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

District 14-4A final at Chaminade: 7

District 14-3A final at Lake Worth Christian: 7

District 15-3A final at Sagemont: 7

CROSS-COUNTRY

District 12-4A at Tradewinds Park – Girls: 9 a.m.; Boys: 9:40 a.m.

District 15-3A at Archbishop McCarthy – Girls: 4; Boys: 4:35.

SWIMMING AND DIVING

District 11-2A at Pompano Aquatic Center: noon

District 11-1A at Nova Southeastern University: 11 a.m.

SATURDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Fort Lauderdale vs. Boyd Anderson (Dillard), 7

Zion Lutheran at Palmer Trinity, 1

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