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Dante Pitpit breaks record in Booker T. Washington’s rout

 

Last week’s best performances

TEAMS OF THE WEEK

The Booker T. Washington football team won its second consecutive state championship with a 40-21 victory over Jacksonville Bolles in the Class 4A final. Mark Walton ran for 124 yards and two touchdowns, and Treon Harris threw two touchdown passes to lead the Tornadoes, who are expected to be named national champions.

The Champagnat Catholic football team won its first state championship with a 14-7 victory in the Class 2A final against Lakeland Victory Christian. Michael Frederick ran for two touchdowns to lead the Lions.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Da’Vante Phillips, Central, football: Phillips caught eight passes for 211 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Rockets to a victory over Daytona Beach Mainland, clinching their fourth consecutive trip to state.

Kahlil Render, South Dade, football: Render accounted for five touchdowns to lead South Dade to a 37-10 victory over Palm Beach Gardens and its first trip to the state finals.

Brandon Parizo, Miami Country Day, boys’ basketball: Parizo had 44 points and six assists to lead the Spartans over Somerset.

Tabitha Gonzalez, Ferguson, girls’ basketball: Gonzalez had 23 points, including seven three-pointers, in a win against Lourdes and had 11 points, eight rebounds and four assists in a win against Norland.

Gariel Rezende Da Silva, Westland Hialeah, boys’ soccer: Rezende Da Silva scored all three goals in a 3-2 win for the Wildcats against Goleman.

Maite Gutierrez, Westminster Christian, girls’ soccer: Gutierrez scored three goals as Westminster Christian cruised past Orangewood Christian.

ANDRE C. FERNANDEZ


Dante Pitpit made 10 three-pointers Monday night, breaking a Booker T. Washington record, in the boys’ basketball team’s 78-23 victory over MAST Academy.

Pitpit led the Tornadoes (6-1) with 30 points, and Donald Hutchinson had three points, 12 assists, four steals and six rebounds. Jamal McCoy scored six points and grabbed six rebounds. Keith Stewart had four points and five blocks.

The Tornadoes will take on the Mater Lakes Bears (1-4) on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.

•  Booker T. Washington 78, MAST 23: BTW: Pitpit 30, Mera 11,Neal 9, McCoy 6, Jackson 6,Brown 5, Stewart 4, Hutchinson 3, Nottage 3, Passmore 2. MAST: Hiller 9,Martinez 8,San-Roman 2, Roberts 2, Doshi 2. Three-pointers: Pitit 10, Neal 1, Brown 1, Nottage 1, Mera 1. Rebounds: McCoy 6, Hutchinson 6. Assists: Hutchinson 12. Steals: Hutcherson 4. Blocks: Stewart 5. BTW 6-1.

• Princeton Christian 48, Colonial Christian 23: PCS (2-2): Rodriguez 20, Johnson 11, D.Herrmann 8, Seijas 6, Strenta 3. CC: D.Demosthere 11, Long 7, Quintana 3, G.Demosthere 2. Rebounds: Seijas 10, Johnson 8, Rodriguez 3, Strenta 2, D.Herrmann 1. Three-pointers: Rodriguez 4, D.Herrmann 2, Johnson 1, Strenta 1.

• Hebrew Academy 57, Greater Miami 34: HA 5-3: M. Esformes 19, J. Esformes 14, Sultan 5, C. Masin 4, Wachtel 4, Diveroli 4, Hochner 3, Portnoy 2, Fettman 2.

• Archimedean 46, Marathon 62: ARC: M. Ruocco 20, Y. Margetis 9, T. Rodriguez 8, G. Osorio 3, R. Sosa 3, E. Amador 2, L. Fornes 1. Rebounds: Y.Margetis 12, M. Ruocco10, T.Rodriguez 3, L. Fornes 6, G. Osorio 6. Blocks: Y. Margetis 5, M. Ruocco 2. Steals: T. Rodriguez 3, E. Amador 2. Assists: Thomas Rodriguez 4. ARC 4-4.

• Monsignor Pace 86, Mater Lakes 72: MP (8-2): Fisher 20, Ferguson 19, del Castillo 14, Jean 10, Duarte 10, King 5, Alvarez 4, Irv 3, Ogugua 1. Rebounds: Ferguson 10, Fisher 7. Assists: Fisher 5.

• Jackson 63, Belen 48: JAC: Phillips 23, Thompson 14, Brown 10, Gonzalez 10, Johnson 4, Chevalier 2. BEL: Cruz 2. Iparraguirre 9, Perrez 6, Fernandez 12, Herrera 3, Medina 7, Corera 9, Assists: Chevalier 6. Rebounds: Thompson 7. Blocks: Thompson 3. Steals: Brown 6.

TERRA 48, Palmer Trinity 45: TERRA (2-6): Munoz 5, Grant 20, Bryant 2, Swihart 2, Mayor 8, Melamud 3, Strump 2, Schau 5, Escuti 5. PT: Pico 5, Roberts 3, Bonet 9, Becker 9, M Vega Sazz 6, Ma Vega Sazz 7, Portuando 6. Three-pointers: Grant 6, Munoz 1, Pico 1, Becker 1, Becker 1, Vega Sazz 1, M Vega Sazz 1. Rebounds: Melamud 12. Assists: Mayor 3. Blocks: Escuti 2. Steals: Strump 2.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

• Reagan 47, Goleman 8: RR (7-4): Saied 14, Guerrero 11, Montoya 8, Roque 6, Velez 4, Rubio 2, O'Connor 2. BG: Sanchez 4, Irving 4. Three-pointer: Guerrero 1.

• Princeton Christian 39, Colonial Christian 11: PC (1-3): Lee 16, Cobbs 13, Wise 6, Parker 2, Kinney 2. CC: Torres 6, Suengas 3, Martin 2. Rebounds: Wise 16, Cobbs 14, Parker 6. Assists: Lee 3, Parker 3.

• North Miami Beach 53, Braddock 37: NMB: K. St. Germain 16, L. Grant 14, J. Lovius 11, J. Multidor 7, N. Lafortune 3, T. Hodges 2. BRA: A. Gianlla 13, K. Sanchez 6, N. Fernandez 5, J.Miranda 4, U.Betty 3, N. Uzquiano 2. Three-pointers: St. Germain 1, Lovius 1. Assists: N.Lafortune 7. Steals: N.Lafortune 5. Rebounds: Grant 15. Blocks: St. Germain 1, Lovius 1, Grant 1.

• Palmer Trinity 57, Florida Christian 44: PT (9-1): Gonzalez 5, Iglesias 2, James 19, Baiamonte 6, Hebb 23, Parten 2, Quintero 2 . FC (8-3): Prinz 10, Martinez 12, Jimenez 10, Jim 14, Irvine 2. Three-pointers: Martinez 2, James, Hebb 1. Rebounds: James, Hebb 8. Assists: Gonzalez 5. Steals: Hebb 2.

• Booker T Washington 61, Westland Hialeah 24: BTW (9-1): Haugabook 2, Leite 16, Bello 26, Durant 15, Fleurisitil 2. WH: Hatem 9, Payero 8, Alonso 3, Rolonglen 2, Rodriguez 2. Steals: Durant 5. Assists: Leite 8. Rebounds: Fleurisitil 7.

• Sunset 46, Killian 44: SUN (3-8): Espinosa 27, Gatewood 10, Murga 4, Bennett 3, Poit 2. Three-pointers: Espinosa 1. Rebounds: Espinosa 8. Assists: Espinosa 5. Steals: Espinosa 4.

• Northwestern 66, Miami Springs 16: NW: Davis 22, Griner 12, Williams 12, Nills 11, J. Davis 7, Miller 2. Rebounds: Griner 16. Assists: Griner 4, Davis 4. Steals: Davis 8. Blocks: Nills 2. Three-pointers: Davis 2, Williams 3, J. Davis 1. NW 9-1.

• SLAM 56, Westwood Christian 19: SLAM: Daniel 10, Richard 10, Rodriguez 8, Franco 6, Zheng 6, Camacho 6, Chirino 5, Llerena 3, Hernandez 2. WC: Delille 6, Morales 6, Osceola-Story 4, Perez-Carillo 3. Rebounds: Daniel 8.

• Marathon 49, Archimedean 13: ARC: A.Pinto 6, A. Morales 5, V. Mata 2. Assists: A. Morales 3. Rebounds: A.Pinto 10, B. Pinto 10, V.Mata 3.

•  American 55 Lourdes 53: AME (9-1): McCloud 24, Smith 10, Jones 7, Griffin 7, David 6, Vargas 1. Rebounds: Smith 18. Assists: McCloud 4. Steals: McCloud 5.

• Coral Park 46, TERRA 30: CP: A. Varela 16 Y. Torres 14, N. Morales 9, P. Fernandez 4, M. Quijada 2, Y. Perez 1. Rebounds: N. Morales 9, Y. Torres 4, Y. Perez 4, M. Quijada 3. Steals: A. Varela 5, Y. Perez 2. Assists: A. Varela 3. Blocks: P. Fernandez 3.

• Braddock 45, Varela 38: BRA: M.Sanchez 12, G. Cueto 10, A. Echemendia 10, E. Garcia 6, A. Diaz 4, A. Dominguez 2, R. Ruiz 1. VAR: B. Brown 11, A. Arce 8, A. Medina 6, J. Lafortune 5, H. Doran 4, R. Torres-Lara 2, A. Williams 2. Assists: G. Cueto 3, E. Garcia 3, R. Ruiz 3, J. Reese 3. Steals: G. Cueto 4. Blocks: G. Cueto 1. Rebounds: A. Diaz 7, M. Sanchez 4, A. Echemendia 4, R. Ruiz 3, E. Garcia 3

• Ransom Everglades 57, Keys Gate 24: RE: Lopez 18, Ajagbe 6, Stern 6, Oppenheim 7, McDowell 11, Schatz 1, Hallman 8. KG: Tyre 2, Pinto 10, Sanders 5, Gage 3, Smiley 4. Three-pointers: Adriana Lopez 3, Gage 1. Rebounds: Debbie Ajagbe 10, Claire McDowell 10. Steals: Adriana Lopez 8. Assists: Adriana Lopez 3.

• La Salle 37, Doral 25: LS: Moye 11, Lorenzo 14, Montoto 3, De La Madriz 2, Cruz 5. DA: Neres 10, Rivero 7, Gomez 4, Machado 3, Molina 1. La Salle 8-4. Three-pointers: Rivero 2, Machado 1. Rebounds: Moye 17. Assists: Moye 3. Steals: Montoto 4. Blocks: 6

BOYS’ SOCCER

•  TERRA 7, Goleman 0: Thomas Barreiro 3 goals. Justin Lee goal, 2 assists. Karim Debk 3 assists. Stephen Chang goal, assist. Dante King goal. Giovanni Leon goal. Nicholas Shenck, Gabriel Diaz shutout. TERRA 6-2-2.

•  South Dade 4, Palmetto 2: SD: Kevin Valasquez goal, assist. Olvin Bonilla goal. Tim Hamby goal. Christian Espinal goal. Faustino Yanez assist. Kyle Knowles assist. SD 8-1-2.

•  MAST 6, HML 2: Ayis Papageorgiou 2 goals, assist. Daniel Godoy 3 goals. Gabriel Ventoso goal, assist.

•  Sunset 3, Killian 0: Johnny Diaz goal, assist. Daniel Ponce goal, assist. Eddy Piniero goal. Fernando Fernandez assist. David Villegas shutout. SUN 1-2.

•  Archimedean 5, Somerset Charter 0: Bijan Zojaji 2 goals, assist. Christopher Jordan 2 goals, assist. Jaime Vargas goal, 2 assists. Daniel Orellanos assist. ARC 10-0-2.

•  Miami Beach 3, Braddock 1: MB: Guido Sosa goal. Aaron Defreitas goal. Cristian Enamorado goal. Tommy Iglesias assist.

•  Varela 1, Ferguson 0: Juan Garutti goal. Jake Tosta assist. Juan Grimaldo shutdown. VAR 7-2

•  Belen 1, Homestead 0: Francisco De La Camara goal. Marcello Hernandez assist. BEL 9-0-1.

• Palmer Trinity 1, Mourning 1: PT: Keenan Rodriguez goal. Alejandro Martinez-Oletta assist. ATM: Soma Gubacsi goal. Matheus Mera assist. PT 7-3-4. ATM 6-2-6.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

•  St. Brendan 8, Hillel 2: SB: Alex Guixens 3 goals, assist. Kate Lopez 2 goals. Alexa Dussaq 2 goals. Kate Alvarez goal, 2 assists. Alex Cinney 2 assists. Ashley Campis 2 assists. HIL: Sharon Stambouli goal. Ali Wolf goal. SB 9-3-1.

•  MAST 2, Ransom 2: MAST: Mariana Speckmeir goal, assist. Sheridan Plummer goal. MAST 11-0-3.

•  Lourdes 4, Coral Gables 1: LOU: Michelle Figarola 2 goals, assist. Natalie Silberman goal. Tatiana Hernández goal. Christine Hoynack assist. Rebecca Alvarez assist. Caro Perez assist. CG: Midfielder Liz Garcia goal. LOU 12-0-2. CG 9-3-2.

•  Archimedean 3, Somerset Charter 0: Nina Victoria Torres 2 goals, assist. Adrianna Hernandez goal. Victoria Torres assist. ARC 8-4.

•  Coral Park 2, Miami High 0: Maria Vega goal. Carolina Dominguez goal. CP 5-5-2.

•  Miami Beach 9, Braddock 6: BRA: Amanda Zamora 6 goals.

•  Late Thursday- LaSalle 8, Edison 0: Karina Santin 3 goals, 2 assists. Clarissa halvrossen 2 goals. Nicole Maribona goal, 3 assists. Sofia Incera goal. Gio Benito goal.

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Pinecrest Prep at Hialeah Educational Academy, 3:30

Somerset Charter at Barrington, 5:00

Coral Shores at. Ransom Everglades, 6:00

Champagnat at LaSalle, 7:00

Doctors Charter at Sagemont, 7:00

Miami Palmetto at Gulliver Prep , 7:30

Keys Gate at St. Brendan, 7:30

Divine Savior at Hebrew Academy, 7:30

Coral Park at South Miami, 7:30

Florida Christian at Dade Christian, 7:30

Edison at Monsignor Pace, 8:00

Miami Country Day at Hillel, 8:00

BOYS’ SOCCER

St. Brendan at Westminster Christian, 3:30

Colonial Christian at Community School 3:30

Hebrew Academy at Archbishop Curley, 4:00

LaSalle at Mater Lakes, 4:00

Everglades at Pinecrest Prep, 4:00

Archemedian at Westwood Christian, 4:00

Marathon at Florida Christian, 5:00

Miami Country Day at Dade Christian, 5:00

Gulliver Prep at Ransom Everglades , 7:00

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Archbishop Carroll at Palmer Trinity, 4:00

Booker T. Washington at Mater Lakes,4:00

Hialeah at Krop , 5:00

North Miami at Miami High , 5:00

Jackson at Homestead , 5:00

Ferguson at Coral Park , 5:00

Carol City at Miami Springs, 5:00

American at Westland Hialeah, 5:00

Hialeah-Miami Lakes at Ronald Reagan, 5:00

Miami Christian at Redland Christian, 5:30

LaSalle at Westminster Christian, 5:30

Doctors Charter at Sagemont, 5:30

Varela at Sunset, 6:00

Divine Savior at Hebrew Academy, 6:00

Edison at Monsignor Pace, 6:30

Mater Academy at Doral Academy, 7:00

Miami Beach at Hialeah Gardens, 7:00

South Miami at Lourdes, 7:30

TERRA at Northwestern, 7:30

Miami Central at North Miami Beach, 7:30

Killian at Southridge, 7:30

Coral Park at South Dade, 7:30

Southwest at Braddock, 7:30

GIRLS’ SOCCER

LaSalle at Mater Lakes, 2:00

Ferguson at Sunset, 3:30

Westland Hialeah at Miami Springs, 3:30

Killian at Coral Reef, 3:30

Goleman vs. Hialeah-Miami Lakes (Ted Hendricks), 3:30

Southridge at South Dade, 3:30

Varela at Miami Palmetto, 3:30

Mater Academy at TERRA, 3:30

Miami Central at Homestead, 3:30

Mourning at South Miami, 4:00

Archbishop Curley at SLAM Charter, 4:00

Miami Country Day at Dade Christian, 7:00

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