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Sagemont rolls in Southern Shootout

 

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On most nights, Connecticut 6-4 recruit Prince Ali, UCLA 6-10 signee G.G. Goloman, Lance Crawford and Jordan Cooper will command the headlines for how many points they put on the board for Sagemont.

The protocol changed Friday when Sagemont’s biggest stars made their presence felt on the defensive end to help Class 3A No. 2 Sagemont (9-0) shut down Gainesville the Rock 68-44 at the HoopExchange Southern Shootout at Cardinal Gibbons.

Lions coach Adam Ross credits his high-profile transfers — Ali, Goloman and Crawford — for adjusting their game to fit into the Lions’ defensive system.

“There are going to be days the ball doesn’t go in the hole,” Ross said. “[Friday] happened to be one of those days we shot it really well, we were able to score. Our defense has always been good here. When you have a culture like that and a new guy comes in, he usually buys in pretty quickly.”

With Ali, Crawford, Cooper and Joe Kirby clamping down on the Rock’s perimeter players and Golomon (four blocks) providing an intimidating presence inside, the Lions held the Rock to three field goals in the first quarter to build a commanding 24-8 first-quarter lead.

Goloman had a layin and Ali scored off a steal of an inbounds play to put Sagemont ahead 21-6 with 1:23 left.

Sagemont pushed the lead to 43-23 at halftime and the Rock (6-5) failed to cut the deficit to single digits for the balance of the game.

Ali had 16 points, Kirby and Crawford added 12 points apiece and Cooper had eight points for the Lions.

Golomon focused on blocking shots and being a facilitator through the first eight games but finally had the kind of breakout game Ross has been expecting by tying for a game-high 16 points.

Rock (6-5): M. Wilbekin 11, Baxter 4 , Benzon 2, Akimov 6, Diatta 13, A. Wilbekin 2, Harrell 4, Jenkins 2. Sag (9-0) Ali 16, Crawford 12, Jurks 3, DeFeria 1, Cooper 8, Kirby 12 , Golomon 16. Half: Sag 43-23. Three-pointers: Crawford 2, Kirby 2, Ali 1, M. Wilbekin 3, Akimov 2, Diatta 1. Rebounds: Golomon 8. Assists: Crawford 7, Kirby 6.

BOYS’ SOCCER

• Belen 3, Miami Springs 0: Marcello Hernandez goal. Lucho Acebedo assist. Vicente Sanchis goal. Steven Peterson goal. BEL 11-0-1.

• Palmer Trinity 2, Coral Shores 1: PT (8-3-4): Claudio Wingartz goal. Alejandro Rey goal. Alejandro Rodriguez-Santilli assist.

• Pines Charter 2, Western 0: Bryan Wallace goal. Enzo DaSilva goal. Christopher Sanchez assist. PC 6-3-2.

• Westminster Academy 2, Zion Lutheran1: Patrick Sastre goal. Robert Clark goal.

• Miami Country Day 4, Mourning 0: Yonatan Sonis goal. Matheus Mera goal. Daniel Grek goal. Skyler Reese goal. MCD 6-3-5.

• American 2, Miami 1: Diego Arcon goal. Orlando Gomez. AH 7-2-2.

• Miami Beach 1, Coral Park 1: MB: Cristian Enamorad goal.

• Mater Lakes 3, Archimedean 1: ML (7-3-1): Andre Glanville goal. Andrey Barrera goal. Edgar Carro goal.

• Monarch 2, St. Thomas Aquinas 2: MON (8-5-2): Rodrigo Silva goal. Juan Martinez goal. Shaquille Coombs assist. STA (5-1-4): Travis Brumfield goal. Vincent Companion goal.

• Hollywood Hills 2, Flanigan 2: HH (2-8-4): Carlos Nieto goal. Dahn Do goal.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

• Archbishop McCarthy 12, Hallandale 0: Abby Ribas 3 goals, assist. Alexa Rivera 3 goals, 3 assists. Taylor DeOro goal, 2 assists. Nati Martinez goal, assist. Adrianna Cabeza goal, assist. Amanda Perez goal, assist. Aly Maranges goal. Stephanie Moreno goal. Jenny Corzo assist. Madison St. Philip, Tyra Cannady shutout. AM 18-2-1.

• Coral Gables 8, Braddock 0: Dany Riesco 3 goals. Liz Garcia goal, assist. Amy Ransom goal, assist. Lauren Kerzner goal. Gabrielle Saliamonas goal. Michelle Mendez goal. Brooke Donner 2 assists. Claire Shillington assist. Isa Izquierdo shutout. CG 11-3-2.

• MAST 1, Dade Christian 1: MAST (12-0-4): Mariana Speckmeir goal. DC (11-2-2): Abigail Clanton assist. Amanda Martin goal.

• Pine Crest 9, Trinity Christian 1: Isabel Turner 4 goals, 2 assists. Madeline Turner goal, 2 assists. Jordyn Elliott 2 goals. Sofia Bapes goal. Kylie Bicarolis goal. Shelby Levine assist. PC 12-3-2.

• Lourdes 8, Southwest 0: Carlene Cuadra 3 goals. Rebecca Alvarez 2 goals, assist. Natalie Silberman goal, 2 assists. Isa Loret de Mola goal, 2 assists. Michelle Figarola goal, assist. Ali Verdeja assist. Caro Perez assist. LOU 14-0-3.

• South Dade 5, Killian 0: McKenzie VanHeusen 4 goals. Bania Duran goal. Brittany Larosa 2 assists. SD 8-4-2.

• Miami Country Day 4, Mourning 2: MCD (11-3-2): Ava Hansen 2 goals. Laureen Jean Jacques goal. Isabella Allen goal

• Miami Springs 4, TERRA 1: MS (14-1-1): Alessandra Salazar 3 goals, assist. Alyssa Deno goal. Annet Cea assist. Sofia de la Puente assist. Jenecil Villa assist.

• North Broward Prep 6, Clearwater Central 2: NBP (11-1-1): Morgan Sherman 3 goals, assist. Rachel Blow 2 goals, 2 assists. Jenna Shortridge goal. Sam Susi 3 saves.

• Florida Christian School 6, Monsignor Pace 3: FG (5-6-1): Katelyn Godoy 5 goals. Christiana Berndt goal.

• Miami Beach 4, Coral Park 2 : MB (8-4-1): Juliana Hontou 2 goals. Cristy Mejill goal, 2 assists. Fabiana Aceto goal. Leslie Mendoza assist.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

• Ransom Everglades 94, LaSalle 65: RE (6-2): Mourning 52, Stern 21, Parker 10, Rivlin 6, Tomasino 3, Ertel 2. LS: C. Lopez 21, Lopez 15, Berdullas 8, Fortuny 7, Rechourse 5, Reguira 3, Puig 2, Gutierrez 2, McCain 2. Rebounds: Mourning 22. Blocks: Mourning 10. Assists: Stern 8. Steals: Stern 4.

• South Dade 41, Killian 30: SD (7-1): D. Cooper 18, J. Fernandez 11, T. Birts 4, K. Loyd 3, W. Hale 2, R. Cartwright 3. KIL: Brown 1, Coscia 9, V. Coscia 2, Gabuarbi 2, Watkins 10, Horton 2, Olivengia 4. Rebounds: D. Cooper 8, T. Birts 7, J. Fernandez 4, R. Cartwright 2. Blocks: D. Cooper 2, T. Birts 2. Steals: D. Cooper 2, J. Fernandez 2, T. Birts 2, K. Loyd 2, R. Cartwright 2. Assists: J. Fernandez 4, W. Hale 4.

• Westminster 69, Palmer Trinity 32: WC: J. Brown 19, D. Miller 14, M. McLean 16, R. Maldanado 3, J.Velazquez 4, C. Barbato 1, K. Paicley 2. PT: M. Vega Sanz 6, N. Portondo 6, J. Pico 4, M. Roberts 5, G. Bonet 3, E. Becker 4, M. Vga-Sanz 4. Assists: D. Miller 8. Rebounds: J. Cronkrite 6, J. Brown 5, K. Paicley 3. Three-pointers: M. McLean 4, R. Maldanado 1.

• Palmetto 70, Varela 41: PAL (4-4): Pubchara 14, Wasser 10, Brown 8, Arauz 8, Hardaway 6, Carillo 6, Miller 4, Ehlies 4, Woodall 3, Bermudez 3, Li 2. VAR: Duran 7, Brown 14, Vargas 5, Arce 4, Williams 4. Three-pointers: Wasser, Pubchara, Brown. Rebounds: Miller 8. Assists: Wasser 5. Steals: Pubchara 2.

• Braddock 65, Coral Park 29: BRA: J. Reese 13, A.Echemendia 10, E. Garcia 10, A. Diaz 8, R. Ruiz 5, G. Cueto 5, E.Vigo-Franco 4, J. Esquivel 3, J. Baron 3, M. Sanchez 2, J. Arce 2. CP: A. Fiore 11, R. Tatis 10, K. Perez 8, O. Jimenez 6, J. Reyes 5, K. Astorga 3, C. Salas 1. Assists: G.Cueto 9, A. Echemendia 3, J. Esquivel 3. Steals: E. Garcia 6, J. Reese 4. Rebounds: J. Reese 4, A. Diaz 4, R. Ruiz 4.

• Coral Gables 70, Ferguson 42: CG (8-1): Delrosario 4, Figuero 10, Melendez 7, Aminu 8, Cottle 7, Brown 8, Aguero 14, Pj Hall 4, Cajina 5, Hernandez 2, Shapiro 1. FER: Stuitenburg 2,Gonzales 4, Jamerson 2, Acosta 2, Samuza 5, Rodriguez 2, Schey 9, Claro 11, Osurio 2,Torres 3. Rebounds: Cajina 10. Assist: Sanchez 5. Steals: Cajina 2. Blocks: Brown 3.

• Northwestern 50, TERRA 32: NW (5-3): Griffin 11, Kenzy 5, Cory 8, Grayham 6, Grimes 4, White 7, Doa 5, Sutton 2, Jackson 2. TERRA: Mayor 8, Melamud 8, Mschau 6, Bryant 4, Escuci 4. Rebounds: Grimes 17, Griffin 11. Steals: Cory 3. Three-pointers: White, Doa.

• Dade Christian 66, St. Brendan 50: DC (6-1): Ferguson 15, Montarroyos 2, Morrow 11, Snow 15, White 14, Brown 9. SB: Garcia 9, Whittinggam 1, Morreau 2, Moliver 11, Suarez 10, Cordero 10, Fenelon 7. Three Pointers: White 2, Moliver 3, Fenelon 2. Rebounds: Morrow 11.

• Westwood Christian 62, Marathon 58: WC (6-3): Hernandez 22, Jou 17, thrush 7, Pineda 4, Reyes 4, Molina 10. Three-pointers: Hernandez 4, Jou 2, Thrush 1. Rebounds: Jou, Molina 10. Assists: Hernandez 7. Steals: Aguero 5. Blocks: Jou 5.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

• Miami Country Day 67, Nova 42: MCD (9-1): Mackenzie 4, Anyagaligbo 12, Lewis 8, Minott 35, Alvarez 4, Edwards 4. NOVA: Devaney 8, Roberts 9, Cowart 4, Lurry 6, English-Maria 11, Cowazza 4. Three-pointers: Roberts 1, English-Maria 1, Lewis 2, Minott 4. Rebounds: Anyagaligbo 13. Assists: Lewis 6. Steals: Lewis 7.

• Palmer Trinity 54, Westminster 32: PT (10-1): Gonzalez 4, Iglesias 2, Esco 4, Forristall 1, Hebb 27, Solar 8, Parten 4, Quintero 2. WC: Poveda 7, Crotty 6, Figuroa 8, Decker 2, Woodard 8. Halftime: PT 28-14. Three pointers: Hebb 4, Poveda, Crotty 1. Rebounds: Hebb 9. Assists: Gonzalez 3. Steals: Hebb 4.

• Hialeah Educational 44, Pinecrest Prep 40: HE (2-7): O. Sanchez 32, A. Lozano 6, R.Torres 4. O. Rebounds: O. Sanchez 8, R. Torres 5, I. Miranda 2. Assist: O. Sanchez 4, I. Miranda 2. Steals: Alexis Lozano 4, I. Miranda 3.

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