High School Roundup

Coral Reef boys’ runners claim Region 4-4A crown

 

a1fernandez@MiamiHerald.com

The Miami Coral Reef boys’ cross-country team has been getting stronger late in the season.

On Friday at Larry and Penny Thompson Park, the Barracudas picked up a huge win edging the boys’ competition to win the Region 4-4A title.

They were led by Kurt Convey’s runner-up finish (16:01.17) that was less than three seconds behind Sunset’s Nick Diaz (15:58.72). Carlin Berryhill finished third and Carlos Lopez finished sixth.

On the girls’ side, St. Thomas Aquinas cruised to the championship led by Alexa Cruz’s victory in 18:59.23.

The Raiders finished ahead of Miami Ferguson by 36 points as Megan Schloss finished second behind Cruz and Brianna Rischar finished fifth.

On the boys’ side, Aquinas finished a Broward-best second 21 points behind Miami Coral Reef. Manuel Velasquez led the Raiders, finishing fourth.

Girls’ team scores: 1. St. Thomas Aquinas 25; 2. Ferguson 61; 3. Lourdes 63; 4. Coral Reef 101; 5. Cypress Bay 119; 6. South Dade 188.

Girls’ individual results: 1. Alexa Cruz (STA) 18:59.23; 2. Megan Schloss (STA) 19:23.01; 3. Katherine MacNeal (CB) 19:29.65; 4. Emily Hernandez (FER) 19:38.84; 5. Brianna Rischar (STA) 19:53.36; 6. Lauren Gavulic (FER) 19:58.01; 7. Christina Kalis (STA) 20:02.14; 8. Lourdes Brea (LOU) 20:02.87; 9. Cristina Figueras (LOU) 20:06.63; 10. Marina Braynon-Moore (STA) 20:16.64; 11. Rachael Osman (CR) 20:21.14; 12. Aylwyn Hernandez (FER) 20:25.56; 13. Madison Fernandez (LOU) 20:30.01; 14. Katherine Heldt (PAL) 20:51.14; 15. Veronica Barreiro (CR) 20:53.39.

Boys’ team scores: 1. Coral Reef 57; 2. St. Thomas Aquinas 78; 3. Columbus 86; 4. Sunset 89; 5. Ferguson 95; 6. Coral Park 201.

Boys’ team results: 1. Nicholas Diaz (SUN) 15:58.72; 2. Kurt Convey (CR) 16:01.17; 3. Carlin Berryhill (CR)16:05.77; 4. Manuel Velasquez (STA) 16:11.69; 5. Ronny Greenup (SUN) 16:24.47; 6. Carlos Lopez (CR) 16:35.26; 7. Santiago Saiki (FER) 16:50.11; 8. Leonel Pozo (CP) 16:57.80; 9. Christian Beauchemin (FER) 16:59.89;

10. Joseph Maus (STA) 17:02.81; 11. Alvaro Rivadeneira (BR) 17:06.24; 12. Christian Marenco (CP) 17:17.19; 13. Abiel Payano (FER) 17:19.36; 14. Marcos Garcia (COL) 17:20.06; 15. Cameron Berryhill (CR) 17:21.90.

FOOTBALL

•  University School 49, Island Coast 7: Jordan Scarlett ran the ball 10 times for 100 yards and scored twice, and Sean White threw for two touchdowns and ran for another to lead the Suns (8-1) to the home victory at Nova. Sam Bruce also returned a punt for a touchdown.

•  Champagnat Catholic 56, Highlands Christian 2: Michael Fredrick led the Lions (9-0) to the road win with nine carries for 146 yards and two touchdowns. Joseph Whisby finished with three rushing touchdowns and Kato Nelson completed eight of 12 passes for 161 yards and two touchdowns.

•  Late Thursday – Ransom Everglades 55, Palmer Trinity 22: Freshman Dylan Dibello threw for 108 yards and two touchdowns for Palmer Trinity but his efforts were not enough to sustain Ransom Everglades in a 55-22 rout on Thursday.

Palmer Trinity (1-8, 1-3 Gulf Atlantic) allowed 35 first-half points and was never fully capable of stopping the offensive surge of the Raiders (3-7, 2-5 Southeastern).

Blake Miller and Alberto Parra combined for 188 yards rushing for the Falcons.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

The Miami Springs girls’ soccer team continued its perfect start to the season with a 9-0 win over Miami Central on Friday.

Debbie Yance led the way for the Golden Hawks with two goals and an assist. Diana Haro and Natessa Perera each added a goal while Heissel Mayor registered three assists for Miami Springs.

With the win, the Golden Hawks improve to 3-0.

•  Miami Springs 9, Central 0: Debbie Yance assist, 2 goals. Diana Haro assist, goal. Natessa Perera goal. Heissel Mayor 3 assists. MS 3-0.

ELSEWHERE

•  Coral Reef 3, Palmetto 0: Rebecca Fallon 2 goals. Stephanie Isias goal. Montana Lignan shutout. CR 2-0. PAL 1-1.

•  American Heritage 3, Douglas 0: Martha Thomas 2 goals. Melanie Montagubo goal. Jennifer Ocampo shutout. AH 2-0.

•  TERRA 4, Goleman 0: Carolina Schooley 2 goals, assist. Natalie Diaz goal, assist. Nina Maceo goal. Sofia Aviles assist. TERRA 2-0.

•  Kings Academy 3, Pine Crest 2: Autumn Clarke 2 goals. PC 1-1-1.

•  South Dade 8, Sunset 0: Bania Duran 2 goals. Brittany Larosa goal, assist. Megan Thermes goal. Andy Bueno shutout. SD 2-0.

•  Dade Christian 7, SLAM 0: Amanda Martin 4 goals. Emily Tarasiuk goal. Alyssa Hessing shutout. DC 2-0.

•  Mater Academy 8, Westland Hialeah 0: Alexis Rodriguez 3 goals, assist. Julissa Benitez 2 goals, 2 assists. Karly Villar goal, 2 assists. MA 2-1.

•  Miami country Day 1, Westminster Christian 1: For WC: Nicole Alamo goal.

•  Late Thursday – Coral Gables 5, Southwest 0: Nelly Sagarra 2 goals, assist. Elizabeth Garcia goal, 2 assists. Danielle Riesco goal. Isa Izquierdo shutout. CG 2-0.

•  Late Wednesday – Coral Gables 6, Miami Beach 0: Michelle Mendez 4 goals. Nelly Sagarra goal. Marianna Babboni goal. Isa Izquierdo shutout. CG 1-0.

BOYS’ SOCCER

Jean Paul Lopez, Danny Del-Oso and Austin Maysonet each scored goals as Coral Reef defeated Coral Park 3-0.

•  Coral Reef 3, Coral Park 0: Jean Paul Lopez goal. Danny Del-Oso goal. Austin Maysonet goal.

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