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Rivals Ransom Everglades, Gulliver Prep prove equals in boys’ soccer

 

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Rivals Ransom Everglades and Gulliver Prep proved to be evenly matched in a 0-0 tie Tuesday night at Robert E. Walker Field.

Both teams scored goals that were called back on whistles. Gulliver (9-1-1), which held a 16-15 shot advantage, controlled the pace in the first half.

Adriano Castro’s free kick from 25 yards out in the seventh minute hit off the crossbar. Eight minutes later goaltender Jake Deuel blocked Castro’s shot after he beat two defenders to the ball. Duele made another nice save on a free kick by Eduardo Garcia-Montes.

“He came up big,” Ransom coach David Villano said of Deuel. “I think there were some nerves in the first half. There are a lot of guys on this squad who hadn’t played a big varsity match before. They just settled in, but that’s when you need guys like your senior goalkeeper.”

Ransom (9-0-3) bounced back in the second half, creating several opportunities of its own.

Nic Murphy’s free kick from 50 yards took a bounce in front of goalkeeper Esteban Sapentnizky before sailing just over the net 50 minutes in. Off a corner, Sapentnizky used his reflexes to corral a rebound on the line six minutes later.

Tuesday marked the only regular-season meeting between the teams. Last year, Ransom and Gulliver played each other four times. Gulliver won both regular-season contests, while Ransom captured the district title. Gulliver got its revenge in a 2-1 (OT 1-0) victory in the regional semifinal en route to a state final appearance.

With the teams now in different districts, they would not face each other again until the second round of the postseason, if they continue to win.

“It’s a regular season game, but it’s always a big rivalry with Ransom,” Gulliver coach Matias Asorey said. “It sets the stage for a nice game in the playoffs.”

• Gulliver 0, Ransom 0: GUL: Esteban Sapentnizky 8th shutout of the year. GUL 9-1-1.

•  Mater Academy 7, Westland Hialeah 0: Eudes Herrera 3 goals. Alejandro Muneton 2 goals. Daniel Espantoso shutout. MA 7-4-1.

•  Miami Country Day 1, Dade Christian 1: MCD: Cameron Ivory goal. DC: Ivan Arenas goal. MCD 3-9-1.

•  LaSalle 2, Mater Lakes 0: LS: Chris Bared goal. Marcus Cordon goal. Federico Torres Garcia 2 assists. LS 7-1-2.

•  Archimedean 8, Westwood Christian 0: Juan Lope 2 goals, assist. Stavros Kalemakis 2 goals. David Cuitiva goal, 2 assists. Christopher Jordan goal, assist. Jaime Vargas goal, assist. Anthony Berrizbeitia goal. Michael Villegas 2 assists. Bijan Zojaji assist. ARCH 11-0-2.

•  Keys Gate Charter School 7, Miami Community Charter 1.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

• Miami Springs 8, Westland 0: MS: Brianna Herrera 2 goals, assist. Natessa Perera goal, assist. Debbie Yance goal, 2 assists. Veronica Lopez goal. MS 12-1-1.

•  Coral Reef 4, Killian 0: Hannah Cividanes goal. Brianna Delahoz goal, assist. Rakeya Berry goal. Julia Decerega goal, assist. Montana Ligman shutout. CR 7-3-2.

•  Carrollton 1, Doral Academy 0: Drew Wells goal.

•  Miami Beach 9, Braddock 6: MB: Cristy Mejill 3 goals. Juliana Hontou 2 goals, assist. Fabiana Aceto goal, assist. Maria Selva goal. Leslie Mendoza goal, assist. Peri Nitkin assist. MB 6-4-1.

•  Goleman 3, Hialeah-Miami Lakes 0: Sarah Ojeda goal. Isabel Sutnick goal. Nelhill Devaja goal. Stephany Samosa shutout.

•  LaSalle 4, Mater Lakes 1: Karina Santin 3 goals, assist. Clarissa Halvorssen goal.

•  Homestead 8, Central 0: Camasha Alexander 3 goals. Leslie Lopez 2 goals. Alait Baptist 2 goals. Juana Canastasju goal. HOM 4-1-6.

•  South Miami 3, Mourning 2: SM: Giselle Schreiber goal, assist. Madison Askew 2 goals. Nastassja Holm 1 assist. SM 7-8.

•  Mater Academy 1, TERRA 1: MA: Saige Griffin goal. Elexus Martin assist. MA 9-3-2.

•  Miami Country Day 2, Dade Christian 0: Gina Macropolis goal. Winona Peaz goal. Laurel ivory 4th shutout. MCD 10-3-2.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

• Coral Gables 73, Westwood 63: CG (7-0): Delrosario 9, Martinez 8, Figuero 18, Melendez 3, Sanchez 5, PJ Hall 8, Aguero 10, Aminu 6, Cottle 6. WW: Desir 2, Hernandez 9, Dau 7, Joseph 7, Nelson 26, Desinor 8, Thrush 4. Assists: Delrosario 6. Rebounds: Aminu 13. Steals: Sanchez 3. Blocks: Brown 3.

•  Miami Country Day 52, Dade Christian 49: MCD (7-1): Clements 2, Parizo 18, Kappos 2, Sherwood 6, Gomez 8, Figueroa 16. DC: Ferguson 2, Morrow 3, Vallejo 4, Snow 13, Williams 4, White 10, Brown 13. Three-pointers: Parizo 3, White 2, Brown.

•  Reagan 41, Westland Hialeah 37: REA: Curtis 13, Lozano 1, Pena 1, Barrios 4, Humphries 12, Sarmiento 6, Ortega 4. WH: Gato 9, P. Martinez 2, Rodriguez 1, Padron 1, Marino 4, Hernandez 11, Fabelo 5, Menedes 2. Assists: Sarmiento 3. Blocks: Curtis 5. Rebounds: Barrios: 7.

•  Hebrew Academy 49, Divine Savior 12: HA (6-3): M. Esformes 17, M. Bixon 6, Wachtel 6, Masin 4, J. Esformes 12, Sultan 2, Diveroli 2.

•  South Miami 69, Coral Park 23: SM: Clark 13, Reed 2, Jobe 9, Glover 6, M. Lobue 12, Barney 14, Davis 2, Ortiz 6, Brown 3. CP: Cisneros 5, Pacheca 2, Hernandez 3, Paula 2, Fernandez 1, Eoreade 1, Agusvivas 3, Torres 2, Guerrero 2, Rodriguez 2. Rebounds: Glover 9. Steals: Barney 4. Assists: Barney 9.

•  Dade Christian 67, Florida Christian 66: DC: Ferguson 11, Morrow 11, Snow 27, White 11, Brown 7. FC: Cardoza 17, Thompson 10, Wicks 3, Sikora 12, Herschman 10, Campbell 9, Jane 5. 3 pointers: Ferguson, Snow 2, White, Brown. Cardoza 2, Thompson, Sikora, Herschman 2. Rebounds: Snow 10. Assists: Snow 6.

•  Late Saturday - Florida Christian 64, Key West 34: FC (5-2): Cardoza 6, Thompson 7, Wicks 8, Dieppa 6, Sikora 11, M. Herschman 2, Campbell 12, Wright 2, Jane 6, Jim 4. KW: Acosta 4, Renner 14, Lance 5, Hayes 4, Cromwell 7. Rebounds: Sikora 10, Jane 7. Blocks: Sikora 4, Jane 1. Steals: Cardoza 3, Sotomayor 3. Assists: Cardoza 10, Wright 4, Wicks 4.

•  Gulliver Prep 60, Palmetto 43: GP (5-0): Chasin 13, Jackson 10, Bowes 9, Uyaelunmo 10, Lafuente 5, Floyd 4, Grimwade 4, Pattullo 2, Perez 2. PAL: Stewart 18, Pubchara 10, Wasser 6, Bermudez 5, Carilllo 4. Rebounds: Uyaelunmo 12. Assists: Lafuente 4. Blocks: Jackson 3.

•  Princeton Christian 48, Island Christian 30: PC (3-2): A. Rodriguez 19, O.Seijas 10, D.Herrmann 7, B.Johnson 6, N.Strenta 3, K. Reyes 2, K.Locke 1. IC: Dorn 9, Dostaler 8, Calderwood 7, Carter 2, Walker 2, Craghour 2. Rebounds: O.Seijas 10.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

• Northwestern 46, TERRA 2: NW (10-1): Griner 5, Jan. Davis 11, Jas. Davis 4, Williams 6, Mills 14, Huell 4, Miller 2. TERRA: Hill-Hamler 2. Rebounds: Mills 12. Steals: Jan. Davis 7. Assists: Williams 5. Blocks: Griner 2. Three-pointers: Williams 2, Huell 1, Jan. Davis 1.

•  Coral Reef 39, Palmetto 29: CR: A.Alespeiti 19, A. Ferguson 7, S. Flores 6, J. Delancy 3, R. Alespeiti 2, A. Rodriguez 2. PAL: C. Bistrong 9, D. Gross 7, V. Miyazaki 5, M. Martin 2, T. Quartin 2, S. Alonzo 2. Three-pointers: A. Alespieti 3, D. Gross 1.

•  Greater Miami Academy 37, Hebrew Academy 29: GMA: Diaz 24, Butler 2, Hernandez 6, Ebanks 5. Rebounds: Diaz 7. Blocks: Hernandez 2. Steals: Ebanks 7.

•  Hebrew Academy 69, Divine Savior 29: HA (6-1): Weiss 23, Dobin 14, Kahn 7, Matis 16, Suster 3, Chami 4, Gordon 2. DS: Pena 4, Mueller 6, Uzcategui 2, Mendia 17. Assists: Dobin 5. Rebounds: Kahn 10. Steals: Matis 7. Blocks: 3. Three-pointers: Weiss 3.

•  Varela 64, Sunset 29: Garmendia 2, Collado 3, Lu 3, Iglesias 2, Estupinan 16, N Polanco 9, S Polanco 1, Verdes 26, Reuning 2. SUN: Espinosa 23, Kaitlin 5, Rayven 1. Rebounds: Lu 4, Iglesias 1, Nieto 5, Willis 2, Polanco 4, Guevara 2, Polanco 1, Verdes 5.

•  Miami Christian 44, Redlands Christian 18: MC (4-1): Lopez 33, Gonzalez 7, Castro 2. Rebounds: Lopez 3, Gonzalez 8, Castro 3. Steals: Lopez 5, Gonzalez 6. Castro 12.

•  Booker T. Washington 67, Mater Lakes 19: BTW (10-1): Harris 6, Leite 15, Bello 28, Durant 13, Demark 2, Burke 4, S.Berry 1. ML: Valerie 3, Alex 7, Francis 2, Meagan 3, Talisha 2. Steals: Durant 7. Assists: Leite 12. Rebounds: Bello 7.

•  Mater 42, Doral 28: MAT: Angulo 18, Hernandez 10, Diaz 5, Acosta 5, Abreu 2, Dalmau 2. DOR: Doral: Machado 10, Neres 8, Gomez 4, Gonzalez 3, Ruggiero 2, Grazalas 1. Assists: Angulo 5. Rebounds: Diaz 8.

•  Ferguson 65, Coral Park 37: FER (10-1): A. Osceola 16, K. Johnson 15, N. DeJesus 12, B. Mendez 6, A. Reyes 5, S. Molina 4, A. Buitrago 3, K. Lopez 2, A. Jackson 2. CP: A. Varela 18, N. Morales 12, Y. Torres 3, N. Rivera 2, M. Quijada 2. Three-pointers: A. Buitrago 1, B. Mendez 1, A. Reyes 1, Y. Torres 1. Rebounds: K. Johnson 11, A. Osceola 5, S. Molina 5. Assists: A. Osceola 7, N. DeJesus 5, K. Johnson 4. Steals: A. Osceola 5, N. DeJesus 3.

•  Lourdes Academy 64, South Miami 54: LOU: Jordan 23, Vidal 22, Sosa 9, Minervino 7, Couto 2, De Armas 1. SM: Evans 17, Cummings 15, Graham 10, Gil 5, King 4, Aryedis 3. Three-pointers: Vidal 4, Jordan 3, Cummings 2, Gil 1, Aryedis 1. Rebounds: Jordan 12. Assists: Vidal 5. Seals: Minervino 6.

•  American 55,Westland 16: AME (10-1): Jones 12, Smith 11, David 8, Vargas 6, Griffin 5, Jackson 5, Mccloud 4, Riley 3, Jo. Williams 1.

•  Miami Beach 79, Hialeah Gardens 44: Samantha Morgan 39, 8 rebounds, 11 assists.

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