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Vega-Sanz leads Trinity’s win over Archimedean

 

Matt Vega-Sanz scored 13 points as Palmer Trinity’s boys’ basketball team defeated Archimedean 54-29 on Thursday.

Mike Vega-Sanz scored two points, dished out seven assists and recorded five steals in the win by the Falcons (6-4).

• Palmer Trinity 54, Archimedean 29: PTS (6-4): Matt Vega-Sanz 13, Roberts 9, Bakes 8, Pico 8, Portoundo 6, Becker 6, Bonet 5, Chao 2, Mike Vega-Sanz 2. Rebounds: Becker 6. Steals: Mike Vega-Sanz 5. Assists: Mike Vega-Sanz 7. Block: Roberts 2.

•  Georgia Whitefield Academy 82, Gulliver Prep 58: GP (6-1): Heckaman 4, Chasin 13, Pattullo 4, Parekh 2, Sheppard 2, Lafuente 21, Jackson 12. Three-pointers: Lafuente 3, Dryden 3, Harris.

•  Southridge 63, Killian 50: SR 10-2: Marzan 2, Giles 7, Collier 6, McNair 4, Bernard 4, Darling 6, Bartley 15, Garcia 15, Charles 2, Tisdale 2. Three-pointers: Bartley 2. Rebounds: Bartley 9. Blocks: Molano 3. Steals: Mcnair 5. Assists: Collier 3.

•  Florida Christian 66, East Ridge (TN) 62: FC: Cardoza 23, Lievano 2, Thompson 7, Wicks 4, M. Herschman 14, Wright 1, Jane 13, Campbell 2. Rebounds: Jane 8, Campbell 5. Steals: Cardoza 4, Wicks 3. Blocks: Jane 1, Cardoza 1. Assists: Cardoza 10, Wicks 5. FC 8-3.

•  Miami Beach 62, Southridge 54: MB: Brown 23, Rolle 10, Tolliver 11, Mccall 7, Warren 8, Eliverez 2. Rebounds: Brown 19, Mccall 13. Assists: Warren 11. Blocks: Brown 12.

•  Dade Christian 61, Varela 57. DC (8-1): Ferguson 21, Morrow 8, Vallejo 4, Snow 8, Williams 2, White 17, Brown 1. Three Pointers: White 2, Ferguson, Lafontune, Baez 1, Martinez 4, Lara 2. Rebounds: Snow 12. Assists: Brown 5. Steals: Snow 5.

•  Monsignor Pace 68, MAST 34: MP: Duarte 14, Ferguson 9, Fisher 8, Briel 7, King 6, Irv 5, Del Castillo 4, Z. Alvarez 4, Paula 4, A. Alvarez 3, Clethan 2, Green 2. Rebounds: Ferguson 7. Assists: Jean 4, Fisher 4.

•  Booker T. Washington 77, LaSalle 43: BTW (8-2): Pitpit 17, Neal 2, Hutchinson 1, Brown 10, Passmore 12, Mera 7, Jackson 16, Stewart 2, Sanchez 7, Barnett 3. Rebounds: Jackson 16. Assists: Passmore 8, Hutchinson 8. Steals: Hutchinson 4. Blocks: Jackson 5. Three-pointers: Pitpit 3, Brown 2, Mera 1, Barnett 1.

•  Hebrew Academy 59, Divine Savior 13: HA (9-4): Masin 14, M. Bixon 10, Sultan 8, Portnoy 5, Hochner 4, Wachtel 6, Diveroli 2, Meyerson 5, P. Bixon 4. Rebounds: M. Bixon 12.

•  South Dade 62, Coral Park 37: SD (9-1): Lloyd 2, Fernandez 5, Hale 6, Birts 18, Cooper 12, Cartwright 5, Garo 2, Hall 6, Mezier 6. Three-pointers: Hall 2. Rebounds: Lloyd 5, Birts 7, Cooper 6, Mezir 5. Assists: Lloyd 7, Cartwright 3. Steals: Lloyd 3, Fernandez 4, Cooper 3. Blocks: Birts 2, Mezir 2.

•  Barrington Christian 76, Princeton Christian 35: BC (5-3): Marshall 20, Ocasio 16, Williams 13, Sheridan 10, Shuey 7, Shropshire 6, Lee 2, Green 2. Rebounds: Marshall 10. Assists: Williams 2. Steals: Williams 9. Three-pointers: Ocasio 2.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

• Lourdes Academy 70, Coral Parl 17: LOU (10-3): Jordan 19, Vidal 18, Minervino 12, Moralejo 8, Sosa 6, Couto 3, De Armas 2, Midolo 2. Three-pointers: Jordan 3, Vidal 2, Moralejo 1. Rebounds: Kunkel 7. Assists: Kunkel 5. Steals: Minervino 5.

•  Palmer Trinity 60, Key West 46: PT (11-1): Gonzalez 3, Esco 2, Hebb 23, Parten 18, Pino 3, Quintero 2. Three pointers: Hebb, Multy, Marsden, Konhaesuer, 1. Rebounds: Baiamonte 6. Steals: Baiamonte 4. Assists: Gonzalez 7.

•  Booker T. Washington 60, Mourning 37: BTW (12-2): Harris 2, Leite 26, Bello 20, Durant 2, Miller 10. Three-pointers: Mejia 1, Miller 1, Leite 6, Bello 1. Steals: Miller 4. Assists: Bello 6. Rebounds: Bello 6.

•  Braddock 46, Coral Gables 41: BRA: Fernandez 7, Gianella 4, Flores 11, Sanchez 5, Miranda 10, Bermudez 5, Uzquiano 4. Steals: Fernandez 4. Assists: Fernandez 3. Rebounds: Miranda 6. Three-pointers: Sanchez 1, Salazar 1, Mena 1, Gone 1.

•  Northwestern 51, Homestead 40: NW (12-3): Jan. Davis 16, Jas. Davis 6, Mills 1, Huell 15, Miller 10, Jean 3.Rebounds: Dawson 16, Huell 15. Assists: Mills 3, Huell 3. Steals: Jan. Davis 5. Three-pointers: Jan. Davis 3, Jas. Davis 1.

•  Hebrew Academy 47, Divine Savior 16: HA (7-1): Weiss 12, Dobin 13, Matis 9, Suster 1, Chami 6, Gordon 6. Rebounds: Weiss 12. Assists: Weiss 6. Steals: Mathis 7. Blocks: Dobin 5.

•  Carol City 52, Goleman 30: CC: Navas 19, Johnson 8, Rivera 4, Beckham 2, Murphy 13, Williams 6. Three-pointers: Navas 1. Assists: Murphy 5, Navas 3. Rebounds: k. Williams 7, S. Williams 13, J. Johnson 8, O. Johnson 7. Steals: Navas 7. Blocks: S. Williams 4.

•  South Miami 57, Southwest 19: SM (10-4): Graham 12, K. Brown 6, Cummings 3, Gil 3, Kh. Brown 7, King 4, Ayerdis 8, Delgado 3, Evans 11. Rebounds: K. Brown 10, Evans 8. Steals: Graham 10. Assists: Graham 5.

•  American 59, Reagan 10: AME (13-1): Jones 15, Smith 14, Mccloud 12, Griffin 10, David 3, Gibson 3, Jenkins 2. Rebounds: Griffin 7. Assists: Jones 5. Steals: Mccloud 4.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

• Lourdes 3, Ferguson 2: Natalie Silberman goal. Carley Cuadra goal. Olivia Perez goal. Sofia Portuondo assist. Caro Perez assist. Michelle Figarola assist. LOU 17-0-3.

•  Coral Gables 4, Reagan 0: Dany Riesco 3 goals, assist. Lauren Kerzner goal. Liz Garcia 3 assists. Isa Izquierdo shutout. CG 14-3-2.

•  Hillel 8, SLAM 0: Ali Wolf 2 goals. Sandra Feld 2 goals. Dniela Bursztyn goal. Michelle Jafif goal. Aileen Guenon goal. Sharon Stambouli goal. Vanessa Bursztyn assists. Alex Mendal assist. Simi Serfati assist. Denisse Gampel and Alex Mendal combined shutout. HIL 7-7.

•  MAST 6, Doral Academy 3: Marianna Stezkmaier 4 goals. Mati Gilbert 2 goals. MAST 13-1-4.

•  American 6, Hialeah-Miami Lakes 0: Lenysse Dyer 2 goals, 3 assists. Samantha Piedrahita 2 goals. Nicole Barrera goal. AME 9-5-1.

•  Miami Beach 6, Braddock 1: Cristy Mejill 2 goals, assist. Maria Selva 3 assists. Leslie Mendoza 3 goals. Daniela Parra assist. Juliana Hontou goal. MB 10-4-2.

•  Late Wednesday — Miami Beach 1, Reagan 1: Cristy Mejill goal. Andrea Gomez assist. MB 9-4-2.

•  Westminster Christian 5, Mater Academy 0: Madison Precht 4 goals. Sam Nasr goal. Samantha Lola 2 assists.

BOYS’ SOCCER

• Miami Beach 8, Braddock 0: Miguel Martinez 3 goals. Tomas Iglesias 2 goals, assist. Otto Quiroz goal. Aaron Defreitas goal. Jonathan Cochetti goal. Cristian Enamorado-Sanchez assist. Franco Mendez assist. Leonel Montero assist. MB 8-3-3.

•  South Dade 3, Ferguson 2: Kyle Knowles goal, assist. Carlos Leal goal, assist. Jeff Urrea game-winning goal. SD 10-1-3.

•  Columbus 5, Miami High 0: Eduardo Diaz 2 goals, assist. Eduardo Velasco goal. Danny Del Rio goal, assist. David Gunther goal.

•  Sunset 5, Palmetto 0: Eddy Pinero 2 goals, assist. John Franco-Parisi goal, assist. Mario Malpia goal, assist, Fernando Hernandez goal, assist. Johnathan Diaz assist. David Villegas shutout. SUN 8-2-3.

•  Coral Reef 3, Varela 2: CR 14-3-2.

•  Archimedean 8, Marathon 0: Bijan Zojaji 4 goals, assist. Stavros Kalemakis goal, 2 assists. Daniel Nucete goal. Michael Villegas goal, assist. Christopher Jordan goal. David Cuitiva 2 assists. Juan Lopez assist. Daniel Orellanos assist. ARCH 12-2-2.

•  Homestead 4, Central 0: Samuel De La Rosa goal. Juan Zapata goal. Ruben Dimas 2 goals. Tony Perez assist. Youri Jean assist. Giovanni Aguayo assist. Daniel Cantu assist. Cira Jones 2 saves.

•  Killian 2, Southridge 0: Daniel Robles goal. Ricky Velez goal. Matthew Vega shutout.

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