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Jose Maguina powers Belen boys’ soccer team to win

 

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LAST WEEK’S BEST PERFORMANCES

TEAM OF THE WEEK

The Coral Gables football team rallied from a 20-0 deficit to beat Columbus 34-26 in a Region 4-8A semifinal that was played over two days due to inclement weather. Daniel Hernandez nailed a 48-yard field goal to give Gables the go-ahead score with 50 seconds remaining.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Treon Harris, Booker T., football: Harris completed 12 of 18 passes for three touchdowns and 277 yards, and ran for 142 yards on 24 attempts scoring another three touchdowns to lead the Tornadoes to a 45-17 win against Davie University School in the Region 4-4A final.

Oliver Black, Westminster Christian, football: Black had a key 75-yard interception return for a touchdown that helped the Warriors hold off West Palm Beach Cardinal Newman for a 55-48 win in the Region 4-3A final.

Johnnie Hankins, South Dade, football: Hankins ran for 179 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries to help the Bucs beat Killian 13-7 in a Region 4-8A semifinal.

Deatrick Nichols, Central, football: Nichols had two interceptions to help the Rockets rout Fort Lauderdale Dillard 59-14 in a Region 4-6A semifinal.

Steven Claude, Champagnat Catholic, football: Claude caught four passes for 160 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Lions to a 24-14 win against Belle Glade Glades Day in the Region 4-2A final.

Austin James, Miami High, boys’ basketball: James scored a team-high 16 points including four three-pointers to lead the Stingarees to a 57-48 win against defending Class 3A state runner-up Coral Springs Christian at the Cypress Bay Coaches vs. Cancer tournament.

Annie Osceola, Ferguson, girls’ basketball: Osceola led the Falcons to a win against Weston Sagemont with 22 points.

Joel Alvarez, Javier Llanos and Seba Calderon, Braddock, wrestling: Each wrestler went undefeated to lead the Bulldogs to the championship of the Coral Springs Colt Duals.

Thomas Barreiro, TERRA, boys' soccer: Barreiro had two goals to lead the Wolves to a 3-2 win against Mater Academy.

Mariana Speckmaier, MAST, girls’ soccer: Speckmaier had four goals in a win against La Salle and four more in a win against American.

ANDRE C. FERNANDEZ


Jose Maguina led the Belen boys’ soccer team to a 5-2 victory over Killian on Monday night.

Maguina scored two goals and had one assist. Diego Puig-Corve had an assist.

Belen improved to 7-0.

•  South Dade 3, Varela 0: Kevin Valasquez 1 goal. Faustino Yanez 1 goal. Omar Toscano 1 goal. Eric Hernandez 1 assist. Kevin Velasquez 1 assist, Carlos Vial 1 assist. Richard Martinez shutout. 6-0-1.

•  Westminster Christian 6, Somerset Academy 0: Joseph Alamo 3 goals. James Barrios 1 goal, 3 assists. Ransom Reed 1 goal. Elijah Medder 1 assist. Trevor Victoria 1 goal. Stefano Brambilla 1 assist. Marek Joseph 1 assist. WC 6-3-1.

•  Mater Academy 2, Central 0: Eudes Herrera 2 goals. Daniel Espantoso shutout. MA 5-3.

•  Palmetto 5, Killian 2: Christian Araujo 2 goals. Kevin Haller 1 goal, 3 assists. Ronald Moran 1 goal, assist. Andrez Lozano 1 goal, assist. PAL 2-2.

•  TERRA 3, Miami Springs 2: Karim Debk 1 goal. Alexser Cortez 1 goal. Christian Beteta 1 goal. Joseph Vega assist. Karim Debk assist. TERRA 3-1-2.

•  American 2,North Miami Beach 0: David Thui-Hung 2 goals. Santiago Velez assist. Jacob Velez shutout. AME 4-1-2.

•  Ransom Everglades 4, Booker T Washington 0: Ferris Bustamante 1 goal. Wes Villano 1 goal. Jackson Mihm assist. RE 7-0-1.

•  Ferguson 3, Southridge 0: Christian Cervantes 2 goals. Danny Herrera 1 goal, 2 assists. Carlos Lopez shutout. FER 3-3-1.

•  Miami Country Day 5, Hebrew Academy 0: Ricky Gonzalez 3 goals,1 assist. Pablo Mejia 1 goal. Sam Benson 1 goal. Blake Thomas shutout. MCD 1-8.

•  Columbus 2, Miami beach 1: Danny Del Rio 2 goals. Andrew Fernandez 1 assist. Joey Tolygesi 1 assist. COL 6-4-0.

•  Homestead 6, Goleman 1: Tony Perez 1 goal. Christian Velasquez 1 goal, 2 assists. Dimas Ruben 2 goals. Juan Zapata 1 goal. Reynaldo Hernandez 1 goal. Ramiro Alegre 1 assist. Misael Moreno 3 assists. Cira Jones 2 saves. GOL: Julian Sulca 1 goal.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

•  MAST 7, Coral Park 0: Nati Gilbert 3 goals, assist. Joanna Gomez 1 goal. Hailey Zidik 1 goal. Maria J. Garcia 1 goal. Daniela Clavijo 1 goal. MAS 9-0-1.

•  St. Brendan 11, Archbishop Carroll 0: Alexa Dussaq 2 goals. Nikki Dennis 2 goals. Ashley Espinosa 2 goals. Alex Cinney 1 goal. Alex Guixens 1 goal. Kate Alvarez 1 goal. Alyssa Gonzalez 1 goal. Ashley Campis 1 goal.

•  Dade Christian 8 Curley 0: Abby Clanton 3 goals. Sofia Gomez 2 goals. Lenora Moore 2 goals. Sophia Galvez 1 goal. Alyssa Hessing shut out. DC 8-1-1.

•  Mater Academy 3, Somerset Academy 2: Karly Villar 2 goals. Alexis Rodriguez 1 goal. Elexus Martin 2 assists. MA 7-2-1.

•  Carrollton 8, Keys Gate 0: Sam Hoadley 2 goals, 2 assists. Drew Wells 2 goals. Michelle Díaz Silveira 2 goals, assist. Ales Mackle 1 goal. Alexis Viduaretta 1 goal, assist. Isabella Kang assist. Zelmi Rizo Patron assist. Sofia Miguez assist. Adri Rizo Patron assist.

•  Ransom Everglades 8, Booker T. Washington 0: Paulina Johansson 3 goals. Jackie Kirk 1 goal, 1 assist. Vicki Sotolongo 1 goal.

•  Coral Gables 1, Reagan 1: Dany Riesco 1 goal. Marianna Babboni 1 assist. CG 6-1-2.

•  Southwest 1, South Miami 0: Daniela Tenjido 1 goal. Megan Pazos 1 assist. Elissa Rodriguez shutout. SW 5-5.

•  Braddock 3, Miami High 2: Amanda Zamora 3 goals. BRA 1-6-1.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

• Reagan 61, Hialeah Educational 13: RR: Montoya 14, Saied 10, Vidal 6, Velez 5, Gonzalez 4, Guzman 4, O'Connor 4, Roque 4, Rubio 4, Arroyave 3, Honore 2, Guerrero 1. HE: Sanchez 9, Bernal 2, Masson 2. Three-pointers: Arroyave 1, Velez 1, Sanchez 2. RR 5-2.

•  Devine Savior 56, Brito 50: BRI: Harold Huerta 20, Adrian Mijares 18. Rebounds Huerta 5. Assists Mijares 6.

• Miami Country Day 67, Boynton Beach 24: MCD: Minott 20, Lewis 13, Anyagaligbo 12,Alvarez 10,Edwards 6, Mackenzie 6. BB: Sparkman13, Morgan 2, Johnson 8. Rebounds: Minott 11. Assists: Lewis 8. Steals: Mackenzie 4. Three Pointers: Lewis 1, Minott 1, Alvarez 2. MCD 4-0.

• Mater 43, Central 24: MA: Diaz 16, Acosta 10 Hernandez 10,Sandoval 6, Dalmau 1. CEN: Chambers 9, Walker 8,Knowles 4, Jones 2,McNeil 1. Rebounds: Dalmau 8, Hernandez 5, Acosta 4. Steals: Diaz 10. Assists: Acosta 3.

• Ransom Everglades 40, Carrollton 10: RE: Lopez 13, McDowell 10, Ajagbe 5, Oppenheim 4, Crotty 2, Schatz 2. CAR:Trujillo 7, Noel 3. Rebounds: Claire McDowell 8, Tiana Hallman 8. Steals: Adrianna Lopez 4. Assists: Marlee Schatz 4. Three pointers: Adriana Lopez 1.

• Booker T. Washington 41, TERRA 23: Bello 29, Matthew 5, Leite 5, Miller 2. TER: Burstein 4, Hill-Hamler 3, Perlberg 5, Person 4, Garcia 2, Olsen 3, Sanchez 2.

• Florida Christian 56, Keys Gate 21: Nicole Jimenez 15, Kisandra Martinez had 12, Katherine Jim 8. Assists: Jimenez 6. Steals: Jimenez 9.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

•  Booker T. Washington 71, Mater Lakes 50: BTW: Pitpit 19, Mera 17, Neal 10, Hutcherson 9, Burnett 7, Brown 4, Sanchez 2, Arzu 2. ML: Lameras 20, Ortiz 7, Raymond 6, White 4, Morales 2, Serra 2, Cueto 2, Martinez 2. Rebounds: Neal 8. Assists: Hutcherson 11. Steals: Pitpit 5. Three-pointers: Pitpit 2, Neal 2, Hutcherson 1, Burnett 1. BTW 3-0.

•  Archimedean 55, Archbishop Caroll 49: M.Ruocco 28 points, Y. Margetis 15,T.Rodriguez 9, G. Osorio 4, L. Fornes 2, E. Amador 2. Rebounds: M. Ruocco 11, Y.Margetis 10, G. Osorio 5, L. Fornes 4, T. Rodriguez 2, E. Amador 1. Assists: M. Ruocco5, T. Rodriguez 3. Blocks: Y.Margetis 3.

•  St. Brendan 50, Archbishop Curley 44: SB: Johnny Suarez 22, Chris Moliver 18, Leon Moreau 5, Eddie Garcia 2, Nick Fenelon 2, Daniel Cordero 1. AC: J. Lemenier 18, J.Smalls 8. Rebounds: Johnny Suarez 8. Assists: Eddie Garcia 6. SB 5-1.

•  La Salle 76, Mast Academy 28: LS: Brown 11, Puig 11, McCain 11, Berdullas 8, Gutierrez 7, Duran 7, Robinson 6, Elvis 5, Hicks 4, Anzellotti 3, Tyler 2. MA: Roman 12, Albion 5, Oria 4, Roberts 4, Pochi 3. Rebounds: Hicks 9, Brown 3, Tyler 3, Gutierrez 3, Duran 3, Anzellotti 2, McCain 2 Chris 2. Steals: Puig 8 Berdullas 2. Assists: Puig 7, Anzelloti 2, Gutierrez 2. Three-pointers McCain 3.

•  Palmetto 71, Killian 62: PAL: Stewart 26, Wasser 20, Pubchara 14 Miller 6, Woodall 3, Li 2. KIL: C. Coscia 13, Menendez 11, Brown 11, Katz 10, Gaubardi 7, Whyte 6, V. Coscia 3. Assists: Wasser 6. Rebounds Stewart 8. Steals Pubchara 6. Three-pointers: Stewart 3, Pubchara 4, Wasser 2. PAL 1-1.

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