ROUNDUP

Ferguson steals key win over Sagemont

 

Two years removed from a win-less season, the Ferguson girls’ basketball team is at 6-0 after a 62-59 win on Thursday against an elite Broward County program in Sagemont.

“We are a team on the rise,” said coach Gabriel Lazo after the program’s biggest win in recent history.

Annie Osceola led the way for the Falcons with 22 points while Nachalie DeJesus added 20 points. The duo played a huge role late in the game when their captain, Tabitha Gonzalez, fouled out despite scoring 13 points.

BOYS’ SOCCER

• Everglades 5, Hialeah Gardens 2: Juan Sanchez 2 goals. Rohan Smith 2 goals. EVR 2-0-4.

•  Belen 4, Goleman 0: Alfred Perez 2 goals. Rey Madiedo goal. Jose Maguina goal.

•  South Dade 2, Ferguson 2: SD: Kile Knowles goal. Christian Coronas goal. SD 5-0-1.

•  St. Brendan 3, Pace 0: Gaby Vazquez 2 goals, assist. Eric Quinones goal. Badih Merheg 2 assists. SB 2-4.

•  Varela 4, Coral Reef 0: Jake Tosta 2 goals. Fernando Alvez De Oliveira goal. Gian Artuso goal. Luis Peralta assist. Adrian Gonzalez assist. Brian Campero assist, Christian Santillan assist. VAR 4-1.

•  TERRA 3, Mater 2: Thomas Barreiro 2 goals, Christian Beteta goal, assist. Stephen Chang assist. TERRA 2-1-2.

•  Killian 2, Southridge 1: Diego De La Casas goal. KIL 1-3-2.

•  Hillel 1, Palmer Trinity 0: Outstanding defense by Daniel Du Feu in goal, Keenan Rodriguez in midfield.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

• Mourning 7, Northeast 0: Angelica Gurevich 3 goals. Delmy Brooks 3 goals. Belen Farias goals. MOU 4-1-1.

•  Hillel 6, Archbishop Curley 0: Ali Wolf 2 goals. Sharon Stambouli goal. Michelle Jafif goal. Alex Mendal goal. Monique Bali goal. Aileen Guenon assist. Simi Serfati assist. Denisse Gampel shutout. HIL 2-3.

•  Westminster Christian 8, Archbishop Carroll 0: Samantha Lola 4 goals. Jessica Palma 2 goals. Julia Bracci 4 assists. WC 4-3-2.

•  St. Brendan 6, Keys Gate 1: Alexa Dussaq 3 goals. Kate Alvarez goal, assist. Alex Cinney goal, assist. Alyssa Gonzalez goal, assist. SB 7-2.

•  Gulliver 3, Carrollton 0: Monica Zabian 2 goals. Samantha Earle goal, 2 assists. Carina Rodriguez assist. Ciara Keane shutout.

•  Archimedean 7, Riviera Prep 4: Nina Victoria Torres 2 goals, 2 assists. Victoria Torres 2 goals, 2 assists. Adrianna Hernandez 2 goals, 3 assists. Nikki Sismanidis goal. ARC 6-1.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

• Edison 69, MAST 35: EDI (2-0): Green 11, Blue 10, Oristil 9, Gacques 8, Synvrit 6, Knowles 6, Basdesn 6, Bernard 5, Smith 4, Philogene 4. Rebounds: Knowles 6, Bernard 7. Steals: Green 3. Assists: Green 4.

•  Mourning 54, Hillel 41: MOU (2-0): Rodriguez 14, Salazar 9, Souffrant 18, Silva 10, Fachler-Tal 3. HIL: Kaswan 13, Franco 3, Fromizon 15, Berstyn 3, Serraty 5, Benasarg 2. Three-pointers: L. Rodriguez 2, Salazar 1, Berstyn 1, Serraty 1. Rebounds: Souffrant 10. Assists: Rodriguez 3. Steals: Champagne 4.

•  Dade Christian 58, SLAM 42: DC: Ferguson 9, Montarroyos 1, Morrow 8, Snow 15, Williams 5, White 11, Brown 7, Johnson 2. Rebounds: Morrow 13. Blocks: Morrow 10. Assists: 6. Steals: Ferguson 5.

•  Hialeah Educational 76, Horeb Christian 33: HE (2-1): Agudelo 2, J. Munoz 25, R. Munoz 23, Quiros 2, Diaz 2, Hernandenz 2, Lopez 2, Castro 2, Saint-Clair 10, Cruz 2, Rotger 2. HOR: Tores 12, Mazon 17, Alphonse 4. Three-pointers: Mazon 2.

•  Palmer Trinity 76, Archimedean Conservatory 35: PT (2-0): Ma. Vega 27, Mi. Vega 15, Becker 8, Bakers 7, Portunodo 6, Pico 5, Roberts 4, Chao 2, McVadon 2. AC (0-2): Ruocco 22, Margret's 4, Armando 3, Rodriguez 3, Fornes 3. Three-pointers: Ma.Vega 8, Becker 2, Pico 1, Mi. Vega 1, Baker 1, Rodriguez 1, Ruocco 1, Amador 1. Rebounds: Roberts 6, Portoundo 6, Becker 6. Steals: Mi. Vega 4 Assists.: Mi. Vega 6.

•  Miami Springs 67, Westland 43: Victor Troya 19.

•  Late Wednesday - Booker T. Washington 63, TERRA 33: BTW (2-0): Pitpit 20, Neal 1, Hutchinson 7, Brown 6, McCoy 10, Mera 4, Stewart 1, Sanchez 9, Burnett 5. TERRA (1-1): Grant 8, Mayor 5, Pedroso 2, Melamud 7, Strump 4, Schaul 5, Escuti-Toblay 2. Rebounds: Mera 9. Assists: Hutchinson 10. Steals: Pitpit 4. Blocks: Stewart 3.

•  Late Wednesday - Carol City 62, North Miami Beach 55: NMB: Larose 11, Mesinor 13, Leger 9, Pedresca 6, Bien-Aime 2, Alexis 2, Jeantinor 12. Rebounds: Leger 14. Steals: Larose 7. Assists: Larose 6.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

• Miami Country Day 41, Norland 31: MCD (3-0): Mackenzie 3, Anyagaligbo 8, Lewis 12, Minott 10, Alvarez 8. NOR: Ford 14, Bostick 6, Roberts 2, Jean-Baptiste 6, Williams 3. Rebounds: Minott 12. Assists: Lewis 6. Steals: Lewis 6.

•  Lourdes 74, Coral Park 33: LOU: Jordan 32, Couto 11, Vidal 10, Sosa 7, Minervino 4, Cambronne 4, Kunkel 2, De Armas 2, Moralejo 2: CP: Morales 14, Torres 8, Varela 5, Rivera 4, Perez 2. Three-pointers: Jordan 3, Couto 3, Vidal 2, Sosa 1. Rebounds: Jordan 10. Assists: Jordan 4. Steals: Jordan 7.

•  Miami 79, Miami Beach 23: MIA: Kimbrough 12, Mendoza 15, Reid 12, Sweeting 6, J. Dukes 3, Alvin 8, A. Dukes 2, Mompremier 19, Jackson 2. MB: Castano 10, Pardo 3, Jean 2, Gibson 2, Neddrick 2, Lopez 4. Rebounds: Mompremier 10. Steals: Mendoza 8. Assists: Mendoza 8. Three-pointers: Mendoza 1, Pardo 1.

•  Killian 42, Palmetto 36: KIL (2-3): Johnson 5, Toledo 8, Knox 23, Capers 6. Reboubds: Dennis 12. Steals: Johnson 6. Assists: Megan 4.

•  South Miami 72, Southwest 21: SM (2-0): Garcia 2, K. Brown 6, Cummings 2, Gil 7, Yanes 14, Graham 24, Kh. Brown 6, King 6, Evans 8. SW: Lager 4, Rincon 1, Valero 3, Granda 1, Windsor 1, Camilo 5, Thomas 6. Rebounds: Kh. Brown 16. Steals: Gil 4. Assists: Graham 5.

•  Booker T. Washington 52 Mater Lakes 15: BTW: Miller 16, Leite 8, Bello 11, Harris 7, Durant 6, Matthew 2, Burke . ML: Natalia 2, Kassia 2, Valerie 1, Alex 4, Tolish 3.

•  Coral Gables 47, Braddock 36: CG: Jessica Landsberg 30, Geraldine Salazar 6, Britnee Ellison 5, Taylor Fay 4, Katherine Mena 2. BRA: Fernandez 9, Flores 8, Uzquiano 6, Bermudez 4, Miranda 4, Sanchez 2, Gianella 2, Navarro 1. Three-pointers: Landsberg 2.

•  Southridge 59, Westminster Christian 23: SR: Williams 29, Herbere 7, Jones 2, Andrews 4, Pason 5, McAnuff 10, Herera 2. WC: Poveda 8, Martinez 2, Victorero 4, Woodard 3, Morrisson 2, Benitez 2, Avery 2.

•  Palmer Trinity 57, Archimedean 5: ARC (2-2): Morale 4, Mata 1. PT (5-0): Gonzalez 6, James 17, Esco 2, Baiamonte 2, Forristall 5, Hebb 11, Solar 4, Pino 3, Quintero 2, Waldman 4. Three-pointers: James 1, Forristall 1, Pino 1, Morale 1. Rebounds: Hebb 6. Steals: James, Hebb 7. Assists: Hebb 5.

•  Zion Lutheran 65, Somerset Academy 26: ZL (4-0): Lett 4-1-9, K. Battle 11-4-27, B. Battle 6-3-15, Pinto 2-1-5, Mercier 2-0-4, Redecker 2-1-5. SA (0-2): Hanley 1-0-2. Mayo 1-0-2. Mckay 1-0-2. Hagden 1-0-2. Neila 6-0-14. Kaylen 2-0-4. Rebounds: Pinto 8. Steals: Lett 5. Assists: B. Battle 6.

•  Reagan 52, Central 46: REA (4-2): Rubio 6, Arroyave 15, Saied 1, Guzman 8, Montoya 19, Guerrero 3. CEN: Walker 20, Chambers 11, Britt 2, Knowles 2, Jones 6, McNeil 5. Three-pointers: Arroyave 5, Guzman 1, Guerrero 1.

•  Riviera Prep 26, Redlands Christian 24: RIV (3-0): Gottenger 2, Demoya 6, Basanuevo 6, Portes 6, Groso 4. Rebounds: Portes 16, Groso 10.

•  Hebrew 52, Miami Christian 16: HEB: Weiss 7, Dobin 18, Matis 14, Suster 2, Widroff 3, Chami 2, Gordon 4, Smith 2. MC: Gonzalez 3, Cordeau 2, Lopez 11. Assists: Weiss 5. Rebounds: Dobin 15. Steals: Dobin 7. Three-pointers: Weiss, Widroff, Gonzalez.

•  La Salle 44, Edison 25: LS: Moye 3, Alfaro 4, Cabezut 6, Lorenzo 13, Montoto 4, Tato, 5, Perez 2, De La Madriz 8. EDI (3-1): Hyppolite 7, Goodman 4, Brown 7, Raymond 6, Christelle 1. Three-pointers: Brown 1. Rebounds: Moye 10. Steals: Cruz 6. Assists: De La Madriz 4.

•  Late Wednesday - Greater Miami Academy 32, Archbishop Carroll 26: GMA (2-0): Diaz 16, Hernandez 16. Rebounds: Hernadez 10. Steals: Diaz 5. Assists: Ebanks 2, Diaz 2.

ELSEWHERE

The following athletes signed National Letters of Intent: Anthony Lopez (baseball) St. Thomas University, Jack Diaz (baseball) St. Thomas University, Michael Campos (babseball) FAU, Erik Montero (baseball) North Carolina A&T. Westminster Christian: Kelli Kleis (softball) Northern Colorado, Susie Forbes (volleyball) Palm Beach Atlantic, Sylvia Hernandez (volleyball) University of Miami, Brittany Husk (softball) Villanova, Natalie Lopez (softball) Florida Gulf Coast, Caitlyn Charlton (softball) Baylor University, Kaitlyn Musa (softball) FIU, Cole Kreuter (baseball) UC Irvine, Kelsey Taylor (volleyball) Miami-Dade, Jenny Ceballos (volleyball) Rollins College.

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Key West vs. Southridge (SR), 1:15

St. Brendan vs. SLAM Charter (SLAM Charter), 6:30

Marathon vs. Archbishop Carroll (CAR), 7:00

Broward Charter vs. Doctors Charter (Doctors Charter), 7:00

Coral Gables vs. Columbus (Columbus), 7:30

Ferguson vs. Braddock (BRAD), 7:30

Jackson vs. Carol City (CC), 7:30

Miami Springs vs. North Miami (NM), 7:30

Doral Academy vs. Northwestern (NW), 7:30

Westland Hialeah vs. Hialeah (HIA), 7:30

Killian vs. Goleman (GOL), 7:30

South Miami vs. Coral Park (CP), 7:30

Ronald Reagan vs. Sunset (SUN), 7:30

Brito Miami vs. Divine Savior (Divine Savior), 7:30

Mater Academy Charter vs. TERRA (TERRA), 7:30

Belen Jesuit vs. Homestead (HOM), 7:30

Dade Christian vs. Hialeah Gardens (Hialeah Gardens), 7:30

FOOTBALL

South Dade vs. Killian (Tropical), 7:30

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

Booker T. Washington vs. University School (Nova), 7:30

Westminster Christian vs. Cardinal Newman (Cardinal Newman), 7:30

Champagnat vs. Glades Day (Glades Day), 7:30

BOYS’ SOCCER

Miami High vs. Braddock (BRA), 2:00

South Miami vs. Southwest (SW), 2:00

Coral Gables vs. Ronald Reagan (Ronald Reagan), 2:00

Norland vs. Hialeah-Miami Lakes (HML), 3:30

Hialeah Educational Academy vs. Keys Gate (Keys Gate), 3:30

Columbus vs. Miami Beach (Memorial), 3:30

Miami Country Day vs. Westminster Christian (WCS), 3:30

North Miami vs. Edison (ED), 4:00

Miami Springs vs. Coral Park (CP), 4:00

Jackson vs. Doral Academy (DA), 4:00

American vs. Sunset (SUN), 4:00

Archemedian vs. Colonial Christian (Colonial Christian), 4:00

Mourning vs. Ransom Everglades (Ransom Everglades), 7:00

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Pinecrest Prep vs. Hialeah Educational Academy (Hialeah Educational Academy), 3:30

Marathon vs. Archbishop Carroll (CAR), 4:00

Doral Academy vs. TERRA (TERRA), 4:30

LaSalle vs. Mater Academy Charter (MAC), 5:00

Archemedian vs. Princeton Christian ( ), 5:00

Colonial Christian vs. Redland Christian (RED), 5:00

Broward Charter vs. Doctors Charter (Doctors Charter), 5:30

Carrollton vs. Gulliver Prep (GPS), 6:00

Miami High vs. American (Amer), 7:00

Southwest vs. Northwestern (NW), 7:30

Krop vs. South Miami (SM), 7:30

Florida Christian vs. Gulliver Prep (GPS), 7:30

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