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Miami Country Day girls’ volleyball team wins district title

 

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LAST WEEK’S BEST PERFORMANCES

TEAMS OF THE WEEK

The Killian football team put itself in prime position to win the District 16-8A title with a 21-13 victory against previously unbeaten South Dade. The Cougars had four interceptions including Sheldrick Redwine’s game-clincher.

TERRA’s boys and girls’ bowling teams swept the GMAC championships for their first county championships in any sport in school history.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Hilton Joseph, North Miami, football: Joseph completed 18 of 25 passes for 334 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Pioneers to a 48-21 win against Reagan that clinched their first district title since 1991 and first playoff appearance since 1999.

Malik Thomas, Miami Springs, football: Thomas ran for 155 yards on 14 carries and three touchdowns including the game-winner in overtime to help the Golden Hawks edge Mater Academy 35-34.

Michelle Marenus, Lourdes, girls’ volleyball: Marenus finished with 28 kills and 21 digs to lead the Bobcats to the District 15-8A championship win against Ferguson.

Erica Stoodley, La Salle, girls’ volleyball: Stoodley had 10 kills, 13 digs and seven aces to lead the Royal Lions to the District 15-4A championship win against Pace.

Gabriel Correa, Ransom, boys’ cross-country: Correa won the District 16-2A championship posting a time of 16:37.50.

Dana Thomas, Westminster Christian, girls’ cross-country: Thomas ran a time of 19:20.13 to win the District 16-1A championship.

Wayne Denswil, St. Brendan, boys’ swimming: Denswil won the 200-yard IM and 100-yard breaststroke at the District 12-2A championships.

Namilla Sanchez, Gulliver, girls’ swimming: Sanchez won the 200 and 500 freestyle to lead the Raiders to the District 12-2A title.

Julio Betancourt, Columbus, boys’ golf: Betancourt shot a winning score of 71 to lead the Explorers to the Region 8-3A title.

Carolina Garrett, Ransom, girls’ golf: Garrett shot a 71 to win the Region 8-1A individual title.

Jon Hall, South Dade, boys’ bowling: Hall won the GMAC individual championship.

Briana Futch, American, girls’ bowling: Futch won the GMAC individual championship.

ANDRE C. FERNANDEZ


From Miami Herald Staff reports

The Miami Country Day girls’ volleyball team took home the District 13-5A championship for the fifth year in a row

with a 25-22, 25-17, 25-19 victory over Sagemont on Monday night.

Kayla Kotalik led the way for the Spartans (17-8) with 10 kills, five aces and four digs, followed by Brooke Pumo with 10 kills and seven digs. Lauren Gold registered four kills and three blocks, Sasha Jenkins had 24 assists and three digs, and Adriana Vivas had 17 digs.

Miami Country Day will host Palmer-Trinity on 7 p.m. Tuesday in the regional quarterfinals.


•  District 13-5A, Miami Country Day d. Sagemont 25-22, 25-17, 25-19: Kayla Kotalik 10 kills, 5 aces, 4 digs. Brooke Pumo 10 kills, 7 digs. Lauren Gold 4 kills, 3 blocks. Sasha Jenkins 24 assists, 3 digs. Adriana Vivas 17 digs.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

•  South Miami 3, Edison 2: The South Miami girls’ soccer team (1-0) defeated Edison 3-2.

The Cobras (1-0) were led by Madison Askew, who scored two goals in the win. Giselle Schreiber added one goal and one assist. Donesiha Carballo also had one assist.

•  South Miami d. Edison 3-2: Madison Askew 2 goals. Giselle Schreiber 1 goal, 1 assist. Doneisha Carballo 1 assist. SM1-0

•  MAST d. Jackson 8-0: Mariana Speckmaier 4 goals. Haley Zidik 1 goal. Nati Gilbert 1 goal. MAST 3-0.

•  LaSalle d. Carrolton 3-1: Nicole Baldassini 2 goals, Dani Peña 1 goal. Flor Baldassini 1 assist , Danielle Perez 1 assist.

•  Dade Christian d. Doctors Charter 8-0: Amanda Martin and Sophia Diaz each scored 2 goals. DC 1-0.

•  St. Brendan d. Pace 3-1: Adri Prieto 2 goals. Nicole Dennis 1 goal. Alex Cinney 2 assists. SB1-0.

BOYS’ SOCCER

Sunset 3, Coral Park 1: Eddy Pineiro led the way for the Knights (1-0) with two goals in the win.

Oscar Alva scored one goal, Chele Fernandez had two assists, and Jonathan Diaz had one assist.


Sunset d. Coral Park 3-1: Eddy Pineiro 2 goals. Oscar Alva 1 goal. Chele Fernandez 2 assists. Jonathan Diaz 1 assist SUN 1-0

•  Ferguson d. American 3-0: Carlos Sanchez 2 goals 1 assist. Robert Ore 1 goal. David Grajales 1 shut out.

•  Miami Beach d. Miami Springs 6-3: Cristian Enamorado 2 goals. Alan Elizondo 1 goal. Miguel Martinez 1 goal. Aaron Defreitas 1 goal. MB 1-0

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Region 4-7A quarterfinal: Hialeah-Miami Lakes at St. Thomas Aquinas, 6

Region 4-3A quarterfinal: Sagemont at Westminster Christian, 7

Region 4-3A quarterfinal: Palmer Trinity at Miami Country Day, 7

Region 4-2A quarterfinal: Island Christian at Divine Savior, 7

Region 4-2A quarterfinal: Edison Private at Boca Raton Christian, 7

GOLF

Class 2A-1A State tournament in Lake County

BOWLING

District 16 at AMF Pembroke Pines: 9 a.m.

District 17 at Bird Bowl: 9 a.m.

WEDNESDAY’S SCHEDULE

GOLF

Class 2A-1A State tournament in Lake County

FOOTBALL

SFC consolation: La Salle at Westminster Academy, 7

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Region 4-8A quarterfinal: Ferguson at Coral Reef, 7

Region 4-8A quarterfinal at Columbus: Palmetto vs. Lourdes, 7

Region 4-8A quarterfinal: Flanagan at Miami Beach, 7

Region 4-8A quarterfinal: Hialeah at West Broward, 7

Region 4-6A quarterfinal: Miami Springs at TERRA, 7

Region 4-6A quarterfinal: Doral at Mourning, 7

Region 4-4A quarterfinal: Gulliver at La Salle, 7

Region 4-4A quarterfinal: Monsignor Pace at Ransom, 7

Region 4-2A quarterfinal: Miami Christian at Princeton Christian, 7

SWIMMING

District 11-4A at Milander: 9 a.m.

District 12-4A at Tamiami Pool: 9 a.m.

District 12-3A at Tamiami Pool: 2:30

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Dade Christian vs. Barrington Christian (Harris), 7

Coral Park vs. Columbus (Tropical), 4

Mourning vs. Miami Springs (Milander), 7

North Miami vs. Krop (N. Miami), 7

SFC consolation: Pine Crest at Florida Christian, 7

CROSS-COUNTRY

Region 4-2A at Mills Pond Park– Girls: 3; Boys: 3:30.


FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

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

Killian vs. Southridge (Harris), 7:30

Norland vs. Carol City (N. Miami), 7:30

Mater Academy vs. American (Pace), 7:30

Monsignor Pace at Gulliver, 3:30

Homestead vs. Northwestern (Traz), 7:30

Belen vs. Ferguson (Tropical), 4

Varela vs. Southwest (Tropical), 8

Miami Beach at Coral Gables, 4

Edison vs. Booker T. Washington (Traz), 3:30

South Miami vs. Miami High (Curtis), 7:30

Sunset at Braddock, 4

Hialeah Gardens at Reagan, 3:30

Hialeah-Miami Lakes vs. Goleman (Milander), 7:30

Jackson at Key West, 7:30

Keys Gate at Coral Springs Christian, 7

Archbishop Carroll at Southwest Florida Christian, 7

SWIMMING

Region 4-2A at Florida Gulf Coast Aquatic Center: 4

CROSS-COUNTRY

Region 4-4A at Larry and Penny Thompson Park – Girls: 4; Boys: 4:45.


SATURDAY’S SCHEDULE

SWIMMING

Region 4-1A at Nova Southeastern University: noon

CROSS-COUNTRY

Region 4-2A at Stuart South Fork – Girls: 9 a.m.; Boys: 9:40 a.m.

Region 4-1A at Westminster Academy – Girls: 9 a.m.; Boys: 9:40 a.m.

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