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Dillard girls’ basketball team to meet American Heritage

 

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TEAM OF THE WEEK

Georgia commit Sony Michel rushed for 137 yards and three touchdowns as the American Heritage football team (13-1) rolled past host Lake Wales 48-16 in the Class 5A semifinals, earning a trip to their first state championship Final in 15 seasons.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Raekwon Reggler, Somerset, wrestling: Reggler Panthers won the 182-pound weight class to help the Panthers defeat Boca St. Andrews 66-12.

Sarah Cooper, Douglas, girls’ basketball: The 6-2 center had a game-high 23 points to help the Eagles (7-2) beat Gainesvile P.K. Yonge 71-43.

Chris Manning, Westminster Academy, boys’ soccer: Manning scored twice to lead the Lions (6-0) over Highlands Christian 2-1.

Lance Tejada III, Blanche Ely, boys’ basketball: The East Carolina signee scored a game-high 31 points to lead the Tigers (7-0) over host Dillard 66-62.

Jordan Cooper, Sagemont, boys’ basketball: The 6-5 swingman tied for a game-high 18 points to help the host Lions (6-0) beat two-time defending Class 6A state champions Miami Norland 58-46.

Heather Davis, Coral Springs Charter, girls’ soccer: Davis scored twice to lead the Panthers (4-4-4) over Calvary Christian 4-2.

Drake Lamont, American Heritage, boys basketball: The 6-9 Western Michigan signee had 20 points to lead the visiting Patriots over District 16-5A rival Cardinal Gibbons 69-60.

Trent Boudreau, Stranahan, wrestling: The rising sophomore star won the 170-pound weight class to help the Dragons edge Coconut Creek 45-42.

Destiny Frazier, Coconut Creek, girls’ basketball: The sophomore guard had a game-high 24 points, including five three-pointers to lead the Cougars (8-1) over Class 5A power American Heritage 62-58.

Rodrigo De Oliveira, Zion Lutheran, boys’ soccer: De Oliveira scored twice to lead the Lions (2-2-2) over Coral Springs Christian 3-0.

Austin Vaughn, Coral Springs Charter, boys’ basketball: had a team-high 19 points to help the Panthers (4-2) defeat reigning Class 2A state champion Grandview Prep.

Brady Moser, American Heritage, wrestling: Moser had a pair of pins in the 106 weight class against Plantation and South Plantation to lead the Patriots to the Plantation Mayor’s Cup title.

Maudline Pericules, Stranahan, girls’ basketball: Pericules had a team-high 14 points to lead the Dragons over Monarch 45-43.

Erica Correa, Sagemont, girls’ basketball: Correa had 14 points, 11 rebounds and five assists to lead the Lions (4-2) over previously undefeated Zion Lutheran 79-66.

Alena Abouhana, Western, girls’ soccer: Abouhana scored to lead the Wildcats (3-5-1) over Plantation 1-0.


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Fresh off receiving their shiny, new state championship rings on Saturday night, it’s back to business for the three-time defending Class 5A state champion Dillard girls’ basketball team.

The Panthers (9-0) host District 16-5A archrival American Heritage (6-2) on Tuesday in a marquee matchup, which has been long circled on the calendar.

Dillard took three of four against the Patriots last season, culminating in a 67-53 Region 4-5A regional semifinal victory, which propelled Dillard to its fourth consecutive state title under Hall of Fame coach Marcia Pinder.

The game will give high scoring Heritage guard Samantha Johnson, who transferred this past summer, her first taste of a hard-fought rivalry which should once again decide which 5A power advances to the state championship.

Southern University signee Briana Green, a 5-11 forward, has picked up some of the slack and will most likely be called upon to show her defensive versatility by guarding Johnson during key stretches.

Johnson is coming off a team-high 20 points performance against Cardinal Gibbons on Saturday when she helped the Patriots rally for a 72-51 victory.

Pinder, her long-time assistant coach George Adams and staff and holdovers from the 2012-13 state championship season, including Green, were honored following the Panthers’ victory over Blanche Ely.

Pinder has upped her Florida all-time winningest coaching record to 841-178 as she tries to help Dillard tie Jacksonville Ribault for nine state titles, the most all-time in Florida girls prep basketball.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

• American Heritage 14, Dillard 0: Melanie Monteagudo 3 goals, 2 assist. Jesse Leite 3 goals. Julia Brino 2 goals. Zandy Soree 2 goals, assist. Ashley Lozea goal, 3 assists. Makaila Kopcki goal, assist. Kaila Morgan goal. Jessica Blair goal, 2 assists. AH 18-0-0.

• Archbishop McCarthy 9, Coconut Creek 0: Brook Williamson 2 goals. Amanda Perez goal, 2 assists. Carissa Sanchez goal. Savannah Garcia goal. Toni Mendoza goal. Gaby Maranges goal. Adrianna Cabeza goal. Abby Ribas goal. Madison St. Philip 3 assists. Taylor Shore 2 assists. Natalia Martinez assist. Alexa Rivera assist. Jenny Corzo shutout. AMC 15-2-1.

• St. Thomas Aquinas 8, Plantation 0: Bella Martinez 2 goals, assist. Margaret Falter 2 goals. Andrea Noriega 2 goals. Shannon Turner 2 goals.Brittany Macaluso, Abby Pangallo shutout. STA 8-0-2.

• Palmer Trinity 8, Boca Raton Christian 1: PT: Sarah Medina 7 goals. Alexa Copeland goal. Vicky Rosales 5 assists. Sofia Rivas assist. PT 11-3-1.

• Cypress Bay 8, McArthur 0: Yessie Koontz 5 goals, 2 assists. CB 11-1.

• Posnack 2, Sagemont 1: POS: Hannah Sekoff goal, assist. Danit Azoolin goal. Sarah Selcer 15 saves. POS 2-3-1.

BOYS’ SOCCER

• American Heritage 8, Dillard 0: Samuel Vincent 4 goals, 2 assists. Mikeal Daselva 3 goals. Aitor Solorno goal. Eric Rise assist. AH 10-0-3.

• Monarch 5, Coral Springs 1: MON: Gian Scalise 3 goals. Rodrigo DaSilva goal, assist. Balazs Kovacs goal. Rodrigo Silva 2 assists. CS: Kevin Gomez goal. MON: 8-4-1.

•  Everglades 2, Flanagan 1: EVER: Hakeen Duncan 2 goals. Rohan Smith 2 assists. EVER 3-3-4.

•  South Plantation 5, Hollywood Hills 2: HH: Jerome Bailey goal. Dahn Do goal.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

• Deerfield 73 Pine Crest 44: DB: Jean-Pierre 8-2-19, Carpenter 3-0-6, Grant 8-3-21, Houston 3-0-7, Harvey 3-2-8, Johnson 1-0-2, Wilburn 1-0-2, Kelly 4-0-8. PC: Marzoua 0-2-2, Sacks 1-3-5, Cissel 1-4-6, Wang 1-0-3, Vrankouiq 6-8-20, Haeffner 4-0-8. Three-pointers: Jean-Pierre 1, Grant 3, Houston 1. Rebounds: Jean-Pierre 10, Wilburn 8. Assists: Carpenter 6.

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Doctors Charter at Sagemont, 7

Douglas at Coconut Creek, 7:30

American Heritage at Dillard, 7:30

BOYS’ SOCCER

Everglades at Pinecrest Prep, 4

North Broward Prep at Blanche Ely, 7

Fort Lauderdale at Boyd Anderson, 7

Stranahan at Hallandale 5

Hollywood Hills at South Broward, 4

St. Thomas Aquinas at American Heritage, 8

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Doctors Charter at Sagemont, 5:30

Cooper City at Western 5

American Heritage at Dillard, 5

Douglas at North Broward Prep, 5

GIRLS’ SOCCER

University School at Pompano Beach, 5

St. Thomas Aquinas at American Heritage, 5

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