Jaylin Bain of Gwen Cherry Bulls delivers Greater Miami Pop Warner Super Bowl effort on field, in class


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Jaylin Bain scored in a Super Bowl, and that memory would be enough, but amazingly there were more memorable moments on that same day for the young student athlete.

In scoring, Bain helped the Gwen Cherry Bulls defeat the Richmond Perrine Giants 34-0 to win the Jr. Pee Wee Division I Super Bowl of the Greater Miami South Florida Pop Warner League.

During halftime of the Super Bowl game, Bain was one of 40 football players and cheerleaders in the program honored at midfield at North Miami Stadium for academic prowess. He graded 96+ for the 2012-13 school year, also qualifying him as a Pop Warner Regional Scholar Athlete nominee.

To cap of his exciting day, after the Super Bowl victory, Bain was chosen to lead the prayer during the awards ceremony with both teams.

A good-natured Pop Warner rivalry, Gwen Cherry and Richmond Perrine battled in the Super Bowl for the fourth consecutive season. Gwen Cherry is 4-0 against the Giants in Super Bowls.

The Bulls, winners of 45 consecutive games, improved to 10-0 in the season. The defense has allowed just six points in three seasons.

In the recent Super Bowl, Shemar Paul scored his first of two touchdowns on a 2-yard run for a 6-0 lead in the first quarter. In the second quarter, Bain ran 30 yards for a score and a 12-0 advantage. Wendol Philord added the 2-point kick, and the Bulls were ahead 14-0.

Jacorey Brooks recovered a fumble, and a few players later Larrion Moss had a 10-yard touchdown run. Paul scored on a 54-yard run with a nice trap block by Gabriel Myrthil, and Gwen Cherry built a 26-0 lead by halftime.

In the second half, Jaheim Lawton had a 30-yard touchdown run, and Philord kicked another 3-pointer to complete the scoring.

Fullback/linebacker Elijah Abreu did a good job blocking and tackling. Carl March and Marvin Sims had two sacks apiece. Brooks added a sack, two tackles for a loss and several other tackles, and Nyjae Garland had a big hit.

Gwen Cherry: Shemar Paul, Larrion Moss, Javon Ferguson, Fred Killings, Jaylin Bain, Jaheim Lawton, Tarverres Blackmon, Nyjae Garland, Curvontae Ducksworth, Ternard Summerall, Jacorey Brooks, Jerrod Cameron, Marlon Hanna, Michael Sherill, Zackery Baldwin, Timothy Burns Jr., Elijah Abreu, Mitchell Anderson, Stanley Roundtree, Naim McMillian, Bakahri Bolden, Carl March Jr., Gabriel Myrthil Jr., Wendol Philord, Terry Smith, Rhoody Jean-Louis, Marvin Sims, Brent Clark, Franc Owens.

Richmond Perrine: Marcus Fleming, Tyler Edwards, Jermaine Hawkins, Brashard Smith, Jim Straughter III, Dwight Crews, Keenan Clark, Jahmore Bellamy, DeShawn Troutman, Jason Marshall, Quan’tayvius McCutchen, Terrance Dukes, Jayden Jackson, Dan Johnson, Kevin Myles, Isaac Eberhardt, Ricky Bryant, Daleon Brown, Markevious Smith, Camryn Holmes, Tanoris Nelson, Nyheim Floyd, Tywon Jones, Brandon Mignott, Jaborree Poitier, Dorian Coney, Raja Smith, Octavious Winkfield, Salvador Rodriguez, Joshua Lightbourne, Coi Sutton, Jaynell McCray.

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Gwen Cherry vs. Richmond Perrine video links







Jaylin Bain: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_mu4ucM8fk

Larrion Moss: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Ra0RuX_xnI

Shemar Paul: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZlu8U8Fr9g

• Henry The I in II

Matthew Henry also had a banner day.

Henry caught the winning touchdown pass for the North Miami Redskins in the Jr. Pee Wee Division II Super Bowl and then was selected to lead the prayer during the awards’ ceremony with both teams.

North Miami beat Goulds 6-0 for its first Super Bowl victory in program history.

Late in the fourth quarter, a snap over the Goulds punter’s head gave the Redskins the ball at the Goulds 7-yard line. Bakari Dixson then tossed a perfect pass on a slant to Henry who made a nice running catch in the end zone for the game’s only score with 3:29 to play. Left tackle Keion Augustin blocked well on the winning pass play.

North Miami’s defense then sealed the victory as Jason Herrera and Antjuan Dozier made tackles, and Dozier intercepted a pass.

In the shutout for the defense, Arold Norelus caused and recovered two fumbles, and Antwan Davis had a key sack. Jahmari Howard did a good job tackling. On special teams, Kai-Trell Stewart tackled the kick returner. On offense, Herby Laurent had a reception and almost scored.

During the regular season, North Miami and Goulds played to a scoreless tie, and in thier second meeting Goulds won 6-0.

North Miami: Aston Wilson, Antjuan Dozier, Herby Laurent, Kaitrell Stewart, Bakari Dixson, Zeba Jean, Jah,ari Howard, Rantrell Madison, Matthew Henry, Antwan Davis, Jason Herrera, Arold Norelus, Justas Robinson, Armani Janvier, Treyvon Prophete, Rony Saintbert, George Merrell, Tavin Royal, George Daniel, Keion Augustin, Frank Sellers, Julien Noel, Patrick Harris, Lenartray Minor.

Goulds: Lamunt Waterman, Qamari Collins, Trevon Pope, Justin Smith, Derrion Herron, Derrick Edwards, Clemonte Riley, Wendell Tillman, Quadrin Jones, Hendrick Parrish, Anthony Ellison, Derrius Herron, Kentrell Jones, Tedrick Pugh, Tadarius Carter, Christopher Ferguson, Devontey Jones, Ronald Lee, Anthony Cole, Javonte Lee, Kevon Riley, Jaylen Grimes, Clinon Young, Isayah Hudson, Keshaun Tomlin, Maurice Roux, Kerrick Reese, Alhaji Edwards.

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North Miami vs. Goulds video links






• Mighty Bulls

In the Mighty Mytes Division I Super Bowl, Gwen Cherry won in dramatic fashion, edging Liberty City 6-0 with a late touchdown.

Taron Dickens scored the winner on a 4-yard run in the fourth quarter behind the blocking of center Martavious Robinson, left tackle Thurman McMullen and left guard Prince Michel.

The Bulls (10-0) had a tremendous defensive effort for the shutout. Rueben Bain, Terry Doctor, De’Carlo Donaldson, Anjulius Minor and Zion Turner excelled on defense as did brothers James and Semaj Flagg.

Liberty City’s defense shut out the Bulls for three quarters. They were led by Lamont Beneby, Tim Brown, Yul Keith Brown, Malcolm Davis, Amare Taylor and Lonnie Walden. Teammate Jalen Rogers had an interception. The Warriors finished 6-2-2.

Gwen Cherry: Navar Maine, De’Carlo Donaldson Jr., Rashad Davis, Zion Turner, Myles Bethel, Taron Dickens, Semaj Flagg, Anjulius Minor, Richaun McKnight, James Flagg, Antonio Bell Jr., Rueben Bain, Ahmori Romer, Samorre Williams, Terry Doctor, Andy Jean, Tavoris Hallman, Corey Gibson, Malik Allen, Albert Avant, Davard Johnson Jr., Willie Jones IV, Garrison Streeter, Prince Michel, Thurman McMullen, Martavious Robinson.

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Gwen Cherry vs. Liberty City video links




• Sticking together

After winning just four games last season, the Tacolcy Red Raiders regrouped and more importantly remained a team. That togetherness paid off with a Super Bowl win in Jr. Midget Division II.

The Red Raiders (9-2) defeated Little Haiti 34-14, but the game was closer than the score indicated.

Trailing 12-0 in the second half, the Patriots scored 18 unanswered points to take the lead. Michael Kamp intercepted a pass to help set-up Little Haiti’s first score. Jefferson Germain had a touchdown run, and Justin Days the 2-point kick to cut the deficit to four, 12-8.

After the Patriots’ defense held, with Leslie Smith recording a sack, Days stood out on offense. He caught a key first down pass from Germain and followed-up with a 39-yard touchdown catch and run on a slant over the middle from David Moore.

Behind 14-12, Tacolcy’s Lamont Finnie took the ensuing kickoff and ran into Little Haiti territory with Moore making the touchdown saving tackle. Finnie then completed a key pass to Deron Green to the Patriots 6-yard line. Juaquan Hall scored on the next play from six yards as Tacolcy quickly regained the lead for good. Green added the 2-point kick for a 20-14 lead in the fourth quarter.

Santana Howell ran well as Little Haiti tried another comeback, but Finnie intercepted a pass, and Hall scored again, this time on a 24-yard run with tacklers trying to strip the ball, and Green provided another 2-point kick to put the game out of reach late.

Derian Scott had a 35-yard touchdown run to cap off the scoring. Defensive tackles James Murray and Rainford Smith anchored a solid defense. In the first half, Finnie scored on a run and threw a touchdown pass to Green.

During the regular season, Tacolcy edged Little Haiti 13-12. This marked the first Super Bowl appearance for the third-year Little Haiti program.

Tacolcy coach Derrick Britt made his sixth Super Bowl appearance, winning his fourth. He also coached the Tacolcy Pee Wees (10-0) to a Super Bowl title a couple of days earlier.

Tacolcy: Lamont Finnie Jr., Clevance Jean Paul, Jimmy Thrasher, Derian Scott, Juaquan Hall, Blake Graham, Goevoune Kemp, Rainford Smith, Kareem Lawson, Trevor Reaves, Camerhon Robinson, Arthur Dellmar, Deron Green, Harvey Quentyn, Maxwell Nicolas, Mikenson Jean, Burdell Harper, James Murray, Kaytron Washington, Oscar Mincey, Kenan Jean, Manasseh Roberts, Elvins Desarmes, Jarule Harris, Kendrick Bass.

Little Haiti: Justin Days, Jedidiah Herring Jr., Andrew Bloodsaw Jr., Delshon Jones, Jermaine Williams, Derrick Bridges, Marvin DesRosiers, David Moore, Jefferson Germain, Leslie Smith, Jonathan Foster, Michael Kemp, Jahquan Douglas, Santana Howell Jr., Myki Morno, Phon’te Mannings-Wooden, Franky Augustine, Antonio Reese, Hunbert Loubeau, Torian Liptrot, Loockenson Lubin.

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Tacolcy vs. Little Haiti video links









Rainford Smith (P1): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSpy-DuEHNI

Rainford Smith (P2): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lNFobEuYIU

•  The Sean Taylor Classic

Each local Pop Warner division awarded a champion and runner-up during four days of Super Bowls, titled The Sean Taylor Classic, named after the former Pop Warner, Gulliver Prep, University of Miami and Washington Redskins standout. Taylor was also an outstanding student. His family, including his father, Pete, attended the event.

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Pete Taylor with Gwen Cherry and Richmond Perrine


Crowd at The Sean Taylor Classic


Other Super Bowl winners and runners-up

Jr. Bandit Div. I: Northwest Boys & Girls Club defeated Palmetto.

Palmetto: Cory Waters, Cameron Sapp, Darriel Harper, Clinton Riley, Durian Moss, Jayquan Reid, Jeffery Bandy, J’Vonn Toney, Kenneth Williams, Lance Grant, Jaden Walter, Wentrell Tillman, Melvin Brooks, Wilson Smith, James Orange, Deonte Brown, Lawrence Johnson, Frank Watson, Demetrius Jordan, Vantreaon Shannon, Elijah Young, Juelz Tillman, Isaiah Harris, Tamar Kelson-Davis, Ezekiel Holcomb, Brendon Robinson, Derrick Arguello, Daris Swan, Cortez Mills.

Jr. Bandit Div. II: Little Haiti defeated Little River.

Little Haiti: Jerin Versanne, Michael Zephirin, Daunte Lyons, Rey Daniels, Cameron Tanelus, Emmory Montrose, Cornell Jean-Pierre, Ya’Sin Mims, Belizaire Lenz, Jaden Desir, Jonas Norteus, Shavar Poitier, Ikomelchezedech Berry, Javian Rule, Elijah Pierre, Demetrius Tanelus, Jaywin William, Anthony Joicin, Tray-Shawn Theodore, Wendy Delouis, Gerin Versanne, Kehrone Versanne, Rashaun Frasier, Kerlyn Zephirin.

Little River: Anthony Barnes, Leroy James III, Kimothy Massie, Joshua Moore, Erik McCall, Carlton Bridges, Elroy James, Ron Haywood Jr., Aaron Kinley Jr., Sadonnie Gay, Kenneth Spigner III, William Destine, Ja’Monty Parks, Jamarion Gilbert, Chad Smith, Alex Destine.

Bandit Div. I: Overtown defeated Gwen Cherry.

Bandit Div. II: Miami Youth defeated Tacolcy.

Might Mytes Exhibition Div. II: Lauderhill and Miami Youth.

Lauderhill: Siryus Smith, DeVaughn Law-Mortimer, Semaj Elyse Jr., Charles Williams Jr., Tyler Hollins, Jaquan Haynes, Roderick Thomas, John Oliphant, Jamari Haynes, Elijah Davis, Deon Louistal, Zyaire Clark, Deondre Louistal, Avant Stokes-Clarke, Wayne Williams, Josevion McNeil, Trevaughn Martinez, Sharrod Ryals.

Miami Youth: Travis Wiggins, Quinard Logan, Vincent Miller Jr., Damari Watson, Trent Henry, Cam’ron Yarber, Travis Werthen, Ivan Arias, Jaden Levy, Derricke Travis, Keyshawn Davis, Kinton Somerset, Diamante Jean-Phillipe, Tyler Thomas, Trayvon Wesley, Darian Silimon Jr., Roddrick Latson, Derrick Jones Jr., Anton Johnson, Terrell Smith, Amarli Mason, Jose Morales, Jose Aguirre, Isaiah Benson, Kyrell Piquon, Lynerd Bryant, Santana Turner.

Pee Wee Div. I: Richmond Perrine defeated Northwest Boys & Girls Club.

Richmond Perrine: Lorenzo Euline, Herman Jackson, Jamari Brown, Keshawn Washington, Henry Parrish, D’Andrae Thompson, Vernon Kelson, Robert Hanna, Amin Hassan, Brian Wheeler, Isaac Wynn, David Ealey III, Farid Saint Cyr, Kentron Poitier, Jeffery Williams, Tasheem Reese, Eddie Williams, Jaylen Jones, Dwyane Robinson Jr., Christopher Bowe, Johnquavis Ford, Ariyon Riley, Cornelius Byron, Santana Hawkins, Vori Sutton, Leonard Taylor.

Northwest B&G: Jaylin Richardson, Dwight Jackson, Trayon Russell, Theodore Richardson, Tavarus Hall, Justin King, Kevon Jones, Tyriq Charles, Tyrik Collins, Kevaughn Dallas, Jalen Harrell, Trey Mitchell, Nicholas Gifford, D’Andre Murray, Jamaris McGhee, Keith Shepard, Corey Senat.

Pee Wee Div. II: Tacolcy defeated Lauderhill.

Tacolcy: Seth McGill, Keythan Drayton, Eric Pierre, Roger Barton, Travis Pittman, Torrell Jackson, Baron Grant, Jovon Smith, Benny Bruns, Deidrick Dansby, Kahlil Brantley, Isaiah Pagan, Sedan Sturrup, Terance Newkirk, Robert Birch, Ramont Gage, Alphonso Times, Demetrius Anderson, Jeremiah Torrence, Marco Wynn, Michael Harp, Corey Holifield, Rayquan Smith, Jean Auguste, Deaunte Young, Muller Tercier Jr.

Lauderhill: Marquis Foster, Leonard Shoultz, Tyrese Smith, Keyon Todd, Tacobi Becklum, Tavis Key, Floyd Cooper, C’Quan Jnopierre, Antwan Stewart, Ladaryus Long, Quantarius Fuzz, Keynen Tukes, Dwayne Bender, Johnathan Lewis, Otis Ragin, Trevontae Cunningham, Tyrone McKinney, Mekhi Francois, Javonte Irving, Jacques St. Hilaire, Travis Wilson, Nate Adams, Darrius Adams, Kenson Nelson, Duval Myers, Jermaine Hart, Jalen Hayne, Ralph Campbell, Rashad Powell.

Midget Div. I: Overtown defeated Florida City.

Overtown: Algernon Taylor, Richard Hallman, Marquise Dunwoody, Detron Holloway, Rishard Dames, Jedadiah Scatiffice, Willie Stewart, Richard Dames, Dalton McKenzie, Marlon Pelote, James Walker, Tyrance Golfin, Jared Sanchez, Devonquis Sands, Keyonne Miller, Eric Watson, Mykeem Tyson, Fabian Thomas, Allen Petitfrere, Maurice Bellamy, Horace Butler III, Jaylen Daphins, Tyler Jackson.

Florida City: Harry Williams, Darius Brown, Darius Nixon, Javier Zuniga Jr., Tyrie’se Gambell, Willie Davis Jr., Mitch Dore, Ceddrick Lester Jr., Gregory Franklin, Rahsaan Smith, Joseph Shelby, Anthony Vazquez, Jamal Anderson, William Everett, Franco Rodriguez, Joe Smith Jr., Tashederick Williams, Patrick Joyner, Kentron Williams, Gregory Florence, Robert Nelson, Corey Harvey, Curtis Hollinger Jr., Temond Stevenson, Reynaldo Hernandez, Andre Foster Jr., Rashad Thornton, De’Andrew Walker Jr., Demitres Braggs, Jahsiah Bennett, Dervon Marius.

Midget Div. II: Tacolcy defeated Lauderhill.

Tacolcy: Andre Adams, Travon Roberts, Doulas Puig, Jarrce Sutton, Darwin Martinez, Desmond Chisholm, Mark Hill, Demetrius Taylor, Reakwon Starks, Xavier Remike, Kai Henry, Juwaun Ray, Harley Louis, Keyon Young, Mikenski Altidor, Raymondy Maingrette, Fabin Michel, Gerard Dorvilier, Caesar Pernell, Anthony Cruz, Kenneth Styles, Tavarus Sturrup, Wilbert Julien, Starreak Mancrieffe, Josephus Howard, Tywan Harris.

Lauderhill: Avery Thornton, Ja’Quan Geffrard, Dawson Hill, Troy Pearson, Roshard Berrian, Brente Hampton, Qwintavis Miller, Tyrese Lewis, Opious Robinson, Ja-Carri McNair, Ralph Young, Domonic Hill, Darryl Brown, Jordan Freeman, Stevie Spicy, Keyondre White, Mason Mobley, Joshua Johnson, Deandre Smith.

Jr. Midget Div. I: Liberty City defeated Florida City.

Liberty City: Jacob Baptiste, Rayquan Berry, Divaad Wilson, Khariq Jones, Chatarius Atwell, Samuel Brooks Jr., Maurice Underwood, Aaron Taylor, Gregory Reddick, Juan Henry, Tavaris Phillips, Blake Veargis, Zahir Turner, Trenell Troutman, Dennis Pollard, Derek Gainous, Tyrus Clinch Jr., Leythan Manotas, Romond Carter, Sharod Oliver, Einsley Joseph, Keon Armstrong, Calijah Kancey, Eldrick Slocum, Breyon Williams, Justin Chandler, Travis McKoy, Johnquaveis Davis, Deryle Jackson, Raheem Barry.

Florida City: Chrsitopher McDonald Jr., Fralon Warren Jr., Demeatrius Ivey, Felix Nembhard, Chester Lee, Chamal Hunter, Edward Foster, Kelvin Butler, Cuevas Russ Jr., Engerrin Doctor, Cornelius Nunn Jr., David-Jason Guillou Jr., Roderick Grissom, Paul McIntyre Jr., Stacy Moore, Devin Hardy, Kirsten Rolle, Jamarcus Brown, Anthony Cosme, Tyrique Stevenson, Anthony Jones Jr., Marcus Strong, Ja’von Brown, Deandre Examar, Treyvon Clark, Marcus Brown, Naquon Fagon.

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Liberty City vs. Florida City video links








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Greater Miami Pop Warner scholar athletes

The Greater Miami South Florida Pop Warner League recognized 40 scholar athletes from its youth tackle football and cheerleading program during the Sean Taylor Classic at North Miami Stadium. The Sean Taylor Classic is the local league’s Super Bowl.

GMSFPW President Maj. Craig McQueen and Vice President Frank Gowin are proud of the student athlete, noting the importance of academics and sportsmanship.

Boys and girls, age 9-14, were honored for their scholastic achievement, They received medals on the field and will be celebrated at a dinner in January.

Eligibility mandated a 96 percentage for the 2012-13 school year. Those chosen are eligible for Pop Warner regional honors. Their region is Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Mississippi. If they advance to nationals, they receive scholarship money, and if they are selected as national winners, then more scholarship money.

Greater Miami South Florida Pop Warner Scholar Athletes

MITEY MITE: Florida City Razorbacks: Ethan Auguste, Amari Saunders, Tommy Brown, Deona Smith, Courtney Vega. Coconut Grove Titans: Camilo Rodriguez, Nicholaus Rodriguez. Gwen Cherry Bulls: Rueben Bain, Navar Maine, Rashad Davis, Armani Foster, Raven Craig. Liberty City Warriors: Tecorrance Carey, Ke’Asia Sanchez. Little Haiti Patriots: Daniela Cruz, Claude Brown. Palmetto Bay Broncos: Darriel Cannon Jr., William Bettridge. Richmond Perrine Giants: Angel Hunter.

JR. PEE WEE: Florida City: Alfred Coleman. Gwen Cherry Bulls: Jaylin Bain, Curnaya Ducksworth . Hallandale Beach PAL: Jacklay Coradin. Lauderhill Broncos: Brandon Chatman, Paradise Kellen. Liberty City Warriors: Sherry Scott. Little Haiti Patriots: Andres Cruz. North Miami Redskins: Arold Norelus, Kelseay Percinthe. Overtown Tornadoes: Guerby Mertil, Luke Benitez. Pametto Bay Broncos: Anthony Amoroso, Brooke Mason, Eryn Latty, Isabella Smith. Richmond Perrine Giants: Deani Johnson.

PEE WEE: Florida City Razorbacks: Bryan Valdes. Gwen Cherry Bulls: Jaylin Bain. Hallandale Beach PAL: Isabella Cespedes, Jaelle Coradin, Camila Rivera-Paruma.

JR. MIDGET: Gwen Cherry Bulls: Daellnique Fletcher, Willnya Jenkins. Lauderhill Broncos: Jessica Fernandez. Little Haiti Patriots: Celine Jose. Richmond Perrine Giants: Tavarria Zeigler.

MIDGET: Florida City Razorbacks: Destiny Bryant. Liberty City Warriors: Sharna Desvarennes, Cierra Oakley. Richmond Perrine Optimist: Antaunia Hunter.

Miami Beach flag football

The Titans beat the Warriors 24-6 in the 7-8 age group of Miami Beach Parks & Recreation flag football at Flamingo Park.

Sammy Goldstein scored twice, once on a run and the other on a catch from Eli Rudd. Noah Scheinblum returned an interception for a touchdown and made an astounding catch for a touchdown from up-n-coming quarterback Koltun Weismann. Warriors receiver Jack Meltzer scored the team’s only touchdown on a deep pass from quarterback Jacob Katz.

The Falcons upset the Hurricanes 12-6. Luca Ogaza led the Falcons. The Hurricanes’ Adam Wyatt scored late, but it was too little, too late.

11-13: The Hurricanes beat the 20-18. Each defense did not allow a point in the second half. In the first half, Ezra Rivera threw touchdown passes to Tobias Castillo and Joel Perez. Drew Burnstein had a touchdown reception on a pass from Perez. Warriors’ quarterback Arthur Ackerman threw three touchdown passes. Receiver Chance Levin caught two and Lau Seguera caught one.

The Broncos defeated the Seahawks 26-6. Alfredo Miranda scored on a long run, and Felipe Llanos threw a touchdown pass Noah Ogaza. Sam Martinez caught a touchdown pass from Ogaza, who on defense returned an interception for a touchdown. Manuel Nores made a touchdown catch on a long pass from quarterback Brock Levin for Seahawks’ only score.

Our Lady of Lakes sports

The Our Lady of the Lakes JV flag football team started 4-0.

Against St. Brendan, Our Lady of the Lakes demonstrated outstanding defense and an explosive offense that began with a 65-yard touchdown pass by Justin Quintana (6th grader) to running back Michael Sanchez (5th) en route to a 33-7 win.

The Cheetahs defeated St. Agnes Academy 6-0. Danny Delgado (6th) scored the winner on a 25-yard run, set up by a 30-yard pass from quarterback Justin Quintana (6th) to Adrian Carballo (6th). Delgado has five touchdowns in four games. Our Lady of the Lakes also beat St. Kevin 34-6.

The JV boys’ soccer team, guided by coach Hector Pachas, began 2-0. Joseph Muniz (6th), Justin Espinosa (6th), and Daniel Luna (6th) displayed excellent defense, and Justin Quintana (6th) solid goalkeeping. Gabriel Pachas (6th) and Miguel Palacios (6th) led the team in goals with three each.

The Varsity girls’ basketball team (5th-8th grade) opened the season 4-0. With stellar team defense and rebounding by Gabriella Perez-Robles (8th grade), Olivia Duff (8th) and Kristen Fleitas (7th), the Cheetahs defeated Sts. Peter & Paul Panthers 20-10.

The Primary baseball team (2nd -4th) beat Sts. Peter & Paul 9-1. Pitchers Ben Segall (4th) and Dylan Alfaro (4th) collectively struck out 11 Panthers. The team began 2-1.

Scheck Hillel sports

The Scheck Hillel Community School Athletes of the Week

Netty Silberman of the varsity soccer team is Scheck Hillel Community School's male Athlete of the Week. Netty, a 10th-grader, scored one goal, showed amazing ball skill, passing and defense against Hebrew Academy.

Senior varsity soccer player Vanessa Bursztyn is Hillel's female Athlete of the Week. She played strong defense against Dade Christian, won 50/50 balls and made great passes to her midfielders and forwards. Vanessa is captain and leader of the team.

Miami Beach soccer

The Raiders defeated the Monstars 2-1 in the 9-10 age group of Miami Beach Parks & Recreation soccer at Flamingo Park. Ricardo Quiros and Jabes Jimenez scored for the Raiders. Ivan Casas Rocha had an outstanding goal from 30 yards for the Monstars. Jeremy Stendel and Connor Prescott were outstanding in goal for the Raiders.

Code Red edged the Black Thunder 2-1. Cole Mccabe and Ani-Halla Bailey scored for Code Red. Kevin Penalva had the lone goal for Black Thunder.

The Black Thunder avenged that close defeat with a 2-1 win over Code Red. Nicholas Baron stole the ball to set-up his goal for the Black Thunder’s first goal, and Antonio Todd added the winner. Kailyn Smith made four saves for Code Red, and Cole McCabe scored their only goal.

The Raiders defeated the Monstars (4-3, 1-0) in penalty kicks. Arthur Joulin of the Monstars and Jabes Jimenez of the Raiders had three goals apiece. Ricardo Quiros made outstanding saves in goal for the Raiders and scored the winning penalty kick.

Conchita Espinosa soccer

Conchita Espinosa Academy’s Junior Varsity soccer team consisting of fifth and sixth graders defeated Greater Miami Academy 6-2. The Cougars were led by sixth grader Barbara Silva, who scored twice.

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