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Booker T. Washington’s Tim Harris wins Coach of the Year honors

 

a1fernandez@MiamiHerald.com

Since returning to Miami Booker T. Washington in 2011, coach Tim “Ice” Harris has helped build a football dynasty that boasts back-to-back state championships and a national championship.

Harris received another honor for his accomplishments late Friday night when he was named the Florida Dairy Farmers Florida Coach of the Year.

Harris became the first repeat recipient in the award’s history having also won it last year when he led Booker T. to the Class 4A state championship.

Harris finished ahead of Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer’s Jack Daniels, who finished second in the voting. South Dade’s Nate Hudson (3rd place), Central’s Roland Smith (4th), Plantation American Heritage’s Mike Rumph (6th) and Champagnat Catholic’s Mike Tunsil (7th) were all previously named Coaches of the Year for their respective classifications.

Harris led the Tornadoes to a 14-0 record this season and their second consecutive state championship. That schedule included two nationally-televised out-of-state victories and wins against 13 teams that have won at least one state championship in their histories.

Booker T. held the No. 1 national ranking in every poll since the second week of the regular season when it beat fellow national powerhouse Miami Central.

Harris is in his second stint at Booker T. where he has coached eight years overall and compiled a 99-10 record.

Harris joins former Miami Northwestern coach Billy Rolle as the only Miami-Dade County coaches to win the award.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Danielle Minott and Ogetchi Anaygalibo each scored 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to propel Miami Country Day past Colonial 64-63.

Michelle Berry was the only other Spartan in double-figure scoring with 10 points.

With the win, the Spartans improve to 14-2 on the season and will play Sagemont on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.

• Miami Country Day 64, Colonial 63: MCD (14-2): Mackenzie 7, Anyagaligbo 19, Berry 10, Lewis 3, Minott 19, Alvarez 6. COL: Jeremie 17, Tyghter 20, Daniels 9, Hall 7, Knott 10. Three Pointers: Tyghter 1, Knott 1, Mackenzie 1, Alvarez 2. Rebounds: Minott 14, Anyagaligbo 14. Steals: Mackenzie 5, Anyagaligbo 5, Lewis 5. Assists: Lewis 5.

•  Norland 37, Lourdes 33: NOR (10-6): Ford 7, Harrisson 4, Bostick 2, Roberts 12, Jean-Baptiste 10. LOU: Jordan 16, Kunkel 3, Couto 2, Vidal 7, Moralejo 5. Rebounds: Roberts 9. Assists: Bostick 2, Ford 2. Steals: Alexander 3. Three-pointers: Roberts 1, Jordan 4, Kunkel 1, Vidal 1, Morelajo 1.

•  St. Brendan 55, Key West 37: SB: (13-6): Martinez 8, Sabatier 6, Rodriguez 7, Bolanos 2, Falla 18, Murillo 14. KW: Multy 15, Marsden 5, Konhauser 4, Appelby 10, Sergent 2, Smith 1. Rebounds: Murillo 10. Assists: Falla 5.

•  Palmer Trinity 49, Marathon 33: PT (17-2): Gonzalez 5, Baiamonte 2, Forristall 5, Hebb 23, Solar 4, Parten 8, Waldman 2. MA (12-4): Welever 6, Qualls 8, Nieda 13, Raymond 6. Halftime: PT 24-11. Three pointers: Hebb, Forristall, 1.

•  Late Friday - Miami Country Day 65, Archbishop Curley 12: MCD (13-2): Mackenzie 7, Anyagaligbo 13, Berry 12, Minott 16, Alvarez 11, Edwards 3, Bauson 3. ABC: Ashlynne 7, Sarisha 5. Three-pointers: Ashlynne 1, Mackenzie 1, Minott 2, Alvarez 3, Bauson 1. Rebounds: Berry 8. Assists: Minott 4. Steals: Minott 8.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

• Northwestern 53, Edison 28: NW (12-7): Curry 20, Griffin 13, Wright 7, Grimes 4, Graham 3, Kinsey 2, Goa 2, Laury 1, Jackson 1. EDI: Green 8, Nolis 3, Besden 12, Horace 2, Philogene 3. Rebounds: Griffin 15. Blocks: Grimes 4. Assists: Curry 4. Steals: Graham 3, Grimes 3. Three-pointers: Curry 4, White 2, Graham 1.

•  Westwood Christian 79, Marathon 71: WWC (14-5): Desir 4, Hernandez 6, Jou 7, E. Joseph 9, J.Joseph 17, Desinor 22, Thrush 13. Three-pointers: Thrush 3, J. Joseph 3, Hernandez 2. Rebounds Desinor 11. Assists Hernandez 7. Steals Desinor 5. Blocks Jou 5.

•  Columbus 61, Hialeah Gardens 30: COL (14-5): Melendez 8, Gutierrez 3, Diaz 9, Dan. Rodriguez 10, Jones 2, Vanzant 4, Durant 9, Dav. Rodriguez 11, Jattin 4, Carrera 1. HG: Enriquez 2, Casilla 2, Vazquez 7, Kimbrough 4, Agilar 4, Teledo 7, Diaz 2, Lara 4. Rebounds: Dav. Rodriguez 10. Assists: Diaz 5, Melendez 5. Steals: Durant 4.

•  Ransom Everglades 59, Gulliver 56: RE: Tomasino 8, Ertel 4, Cobb 2, Bonner 4, Bercow 6, Mourning 35. GUL: Chasin 25, Pattulo 4, Lafuente 20, Bowes 2, Jackson 3, Uyaelunmo 2. Rebounds: Mourning 17. Blocks: Mourning 5. Assists: Rivlin 4.

•  Carol City 61, Central 56: CC (11-5): Bell 20, Hammons 11, Wilcox 11, White 9, Smith 5, Johnakins 5. CEN: Turner 17, Saunders 16, Occi 14, Smith 5, Alexander 2, Wynn 2. Rebounds: Hammons 10. Assists: White 4. Steals: Bell 2. Three-pointers: White 2, Johnakins 1, Bell 1, Wilcox 1.

•  Late Friday - Miami Country Day 68, MAST 17: MCD (10-4): Clements 5, Lynott 2, Cambo 2, Parizo 24, Wesley 6, Kappos 8, Sherwood 4, Gomez 13, Wendrow 4. MAST: Hiller 6, Martinez 7, Weiss 2, Adulami 2. Three-pointers: Parizo 4, Adulami. Rebounds: Gomez 7. Assists: Sherwood 8. Steals: Sherwood 6.

•  Late Friday - Southridge 79, Palmetto 73: SR (15-4): Garcia 4, Mcnair 8, Bartley 18, Marzan 3, Darling 17, Charles 4, Molano 10, Bernard 4, Mitchell 11. PAL: Wasser 15, Arayz 3, Stewart 5, Pubchara 22, Molinarer 3, Pozo 4. Three-pointers: Wasser, Aarayz, Pubchara, Molinarer, Mcnair, Bartley 2, Marzan, Darling 3. Steals: Darling 4. Rebounds: Charles 7. Assists: Bartley 5. Blocks: Bernard 2.

•  Late Thursday - Reagan 56, St. Brendan 46: REA (5–13): Ortega 3, Vietri 2, Curtis 7, Pena 14, Barrios 6, Humphries 12, Sarmiento 12. SB: Nunez 2, Garcia 8, Rodriguez 2, Moreau 2, Moliver 9, Suarez 5, Fenelon 18.

•  Late Thursday - Southridge 87, Edison 52: SR (14-4): Garcia 6, Mcnair 3, Bartley 25, Marzan 8, Darling 3, Charles 12, Haddly 4, Bernard 12, Giles 10, Tisdale 4. Three-pointers: Garcia, Marzan 2, Bartley 2. Steals: McNair 3. Rebounds: Tisdale 8. Assists: Bartley 5. Blocks: Charles 3.

WRESTLING

• Southridge 45, Palmetto 30: 106: Brandon McCray d. James Finley. 113: Jordan Marshall. 120: Chritian Delgado pin. 126: Chester Ramon d. Luis Santiago. 132: Marcos Sorea pin. 138: Anthony Kinsey pin. 145: Luis Rios d. Chris Hooker. 152: Malek Pail pin. 160: Anthony Morales d. Marcos Garcia. 170: Willy Bryant pin. 182: Brandon Morales pin. 195: Darius Hamilton pin. 220: Jeremy Greeniage pin. 285: Mel Malls pin.

MONDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Keys Gate vs. Barrington, 5:00

Hillel vs. Curley, 5:30

MAST vs. Pace, 5:30

Island Christian vs. Princeton Christian, 5:30

Brito Miami vs. Riviera Prep, 6:30

Mater Lakes vs. LaSalle, 7:00

Somerset vs. Dade Christian, 7:00

St. John Neumann vs. Palmer Trinity (PT), 7:00

Varela vs. Killian (KIL), 7:30

Varela vs. TERRA, 7:30

Krop vs. Hialeah Gardens, 7:30

Mater Academy vs. Miami, 7:30

Ferguson vs. Coral Reef, 7:30

North Miami vs. Miami Beach, 7:30

Miami Springs vs. Booker T., 7:30

Archemedian vs. Westminster Christian (WCS), 7:30

Ronald Reagan vs. Westland, 7:30

Central vs. American, 7:30

Palmetto vs. South Dade (SD), 7:30

North Miami Beach vs. HML, 7:30

Belen Jesuit vs. Doral Academy (DRL), 8:00

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Ransom Everglades vs. St. Brendan (STB), 3:30

Hialeah Gardens vs. Hialeah Educational Academy (Hialeah Educational Academy), 3:30

Archbishop Curley vs. Doctors Charter (Doctors Charter), 4:00

Keys Gate vs. Westwood Christian (WWC), 4:00

Mater Academy Charter vs. Booker T. Washington (BTW), 4:00

Mourning vs. Jackson (JAX), 5:00

Sunset vs. Coral Park (CP), 5:00

American vs. Ferguson (FER), 5:00

North Miami Beach vs. Miami Springs (MSP), 5:00

Hialeah-Miami Lakes vs. Goleman (GOL), 5:00

Archemedian vs. Westminster Christian (WCS), 6:00

Doral Academy vs. SLAM Charter (SLAM Charter), 7:00

Homestead vs. North Miami (NM), 7:30

Miami Central vs. Carol City (CC), 7:30

Braddock vs. Varela (VAR), 7:30

Killian vs. Coral Gables (CG), 7:30

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