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Dillard tops No. 1 American Heritage

 
 
Pine Charte’s Haanif Cheatham scored 27 points against Cardinal Gibbons last week.
Pine Charte’s Haanif Cheatham scored 27 points against Cardinal Gibbons last week.
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Last week’s best performances

TEAM OF THE WEEK

The St. Thomas Aquinas girls’ soccer team (13-3-2) ranked No. 4 in the Student Sports Florida poll, got a pair of goals from Bella Dorosy to defeat Ursuline Academy 2-0 at the National Elite Prep Showcase in Texas.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Kanisha Battle, Zion Lutheran, girls’ basketball: Battle had a game-high 33 points, including six three-pointers, to lead the Lions (15-3) over King’s Academy 63-56.

D’Angelo Minnis, Everglades, wrestling: Minnis won the heavyweight division against Plantation, Miami Southridge and Cypress Bay.

Leandro Allende, Chaminade, boys’ basketball: The 6-5 sophomore had a team-high 24 points and 10 rebounds to help the Lions (12-4) rally for a 64-61 overtime victory over Coral Springs Charter (9-4).

Amanda Gordon and Briana Gonzales, Somerset, girls’ soccer: Gordon and Gonzalez to lead the Panthers over Westminster Christian 2-0.

Marcos Meideros, Douglas, boys’ soccer: Meideros scored to lead the Eagles (7-3-7) to a 1-0 victory over St. Thomas Aquinas.

Haanif Cheatham, Pines Charter, boys’ basketball: The 6-5 ESPN four star recruit had a game-high 27 points, 10 rebounds and five steals to lead the Jaguars over host Cardinal Gibbons 53-50.

Christian Chacon, Taravella, boys’ soccer: Chacon earned the shutout in a 2-0 victory over McArthur.

Bryan Chovan, Stranahan, wrestling: Chovan won the 145-pound division against Flanagan and McArthur.

Danny Reese, Archbishop McCarthy, boys’ soccer: Reese scored two goals to lead the Mavericks (12-1-4) over Miami Doral Academy 4-1.

Vabrice Wilder, South Plantation, girls’ basketball: Wilder had a game-high 22 points to help the Paladins storm back from a 24-13 halftime deficit and defeat arch rival Plantation 51-41

Lance Tejada III, Blanche Ely, boys’ basketball: The East Carolina signee had a game-high 34 points and seven assists to lead the SourceHoops Class 7A No. 1 Tigers (16-1) over host Deerfield Beach 71-58.

Jacaira Allen, Coconut Creek, girls’ basketball: Allen had 10 points, eight rebounds and three assists to help the Cougars (17-1) rally from an 11-point halftime deficit and beat four-time defending Class 5A state champion Dillard (12-4) 58-51.

Kyanti Blyden, Flanagan, boys’ basketball: Blyden had a game-high 27 points to lead the Falcons (12-3) over McArthur 58-48.

Erica Correa, Sagemont, girls’ basketball: Correa had a game-high 13 points and nine rebounds to lead the Lions (11-5) over Naples Baron Collier 46-41.

Victoria Bochelo and Courtney Johnson, Monarch, girls’ soccer: Bochelo and Johnson scored to lead the Knights over South Plantation 2-0.


Dillard stormed into the American Heritage gym on Monday and knocked off the FABC-SourceHoops Class 5A No. 1 Patriots 83-75 behind a game-high 28 points from Tyson Grace.

Grace pinned the first District 16-5 loss on the Patriots (14-3), with 14 first half points, including 10 straight in the second quarter, to stake No. 3 Dillard (14-4) to a 38-31 halftime lead.

Dillard also fed off the energy of high-flying 6-5 forward Keion Farrington (13 points), who provided the highlight of the first half with a two handed dunk off an inbounds play to pull Dillard within 24-22 with 5:20 left in the second quarter.

That sparked a 12-2 run, highlighted by Grace rattling off 10 consecutive points, including a three-pointer, three-point play before coming up with a steal and feeding Farrington for another thunderous dunk for a 38-28 Dillard lead. Arthur ‘Rico’ Kennedy had 14 points and Cedric Wright added 10 points for Dillard.

Heritage guard Keyshawn Evans came alive for 11 of his 16 points in the third quarter to pull the Patriots within 56-42 with 31 seconds left in the third period. But Marquez Smith had a steal and layup and Grace followed with a 15-foot jumper for a 68-56 lead with 5:25 left.

Justin Massey had 18 points, Hunter Osceola had 16 points and Drake Lamont added 10 points for the Patriots.

Fabian Lyon

BOYS’ GAME

• Dillard 83, American Heritage 75: Dill (13-4): Grace 28, Wright 10, Kennedy 14, Pendergraph 1, Maloney 5, T. Smith 2, Farrington 13, M. Smith 10. AH (14-3): Evans 16, Justin Massey 18, Borders 2, Jason Massey 11, Osceola 15, Mullings 1, Lamont 12. Half: Dill 38-31. Three-pointers: Kennedy 1, Grace 2, Evans 3, Justin Massey 2, Osceola 1.

GIRL’S GAME

• Dillard 61, American Heritage 38: Dill (14-4): Tyler Wilks 3, Paul 16, Nicolas 2, Ti. Wilks 8, Green 15, Lee 8, Grier 9. AH (13-6): Smith 12, Osceola 8, Bradley 8, Marshall 6, Duren 2, Moncrief 2. Half: Dill 34-17. Three-pointers: Osceola 2, Tyler Wilks 1, Paul 2, Lee 2. Rebounds: Green 14, Grier 10, Paul 8. Steals: Green 8.

BOYS’ SOCCER

Monarch boys’ soccer coach Steve Lorenc collected his 400th career win on Monday afternoon after the Knights’ 8-1 victory over West Boca on Monday afternoon. His overall career record now stands at 400-153-70.

Rodrigo Silva led the Knights with two goals and three assists. Gian Scalise had two goals and an assist. Kevian Ferraz had a goal and an assist. Chris Machado and Daniel Delgado each scored one goal.

Gustavo Horta scored a goal in a loosing effort for the Bulls.

Monarch improves to a 9-7-2 record.

VERONIKA QUISPE

• Monarch 8, West Boca Raton 1:MON (9-7-2): Rodrigo Silva 2 goals, 3 assists. Gian Scalise 2 goals, assist. Kevian Ferraz goal, assist. Chris Machado goal. Daniel Delgado goal. WB: Gustavo Horta goal.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Cardinal Gibbons’ Mackenzie Crittenberger scored in the second over time off an assist from Abby Perry to seal the 1-0 victroy over Chaminade- Madonna.

The Chiefs move to a 10-4-4 record.

• Cardinal Gibbons 1, Chaminade-Madonna 0: CG: Mackenzie Crittenberger goal. Abby Perry assist. CG: 10-4-4.

• North Broward 2, Coral Springs Charter 1: Emma Dineen goal. Rachel Blow goal, assist. Morgan Sherman assist. NB 15-3-3.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

• Cardinal Gibbons 48, Dillard 70: CG (10-8): Williams 20, Gregos 12, Armstead 10, Jones 4, Cohen 2. DIL (12-5): Wilks Ti 17, Green 15, Wyatt 12, Lee 10, Paul 10, Wilks Ty 6. Rebounds: D. Molinari 15, Jones 6. Assists:Gregos 3, Williams 5. Steals: Williams 4.

•  Mater 48, Booker T. Washington 33: MA (14-5): Angulo 32, Acosta 4, Diaz 4, Dalmau 4, Sandoval 2, Abreu 2. BTW: Bello 16, Durrant 5, Matthew 4, Miller 3, Berry 2, Haugobook 2, Burke 1. Assists: Acosta 6. Rebounds: Angulo 10. Steals: Angulo 7.

•  American 53 Ferguson 45: AME (18-2): McCloud 18, Griffin 15, Smith 9, Jones 6, David 5. FER (17-3): Osceola 15, Johnson 11, Dejesus 10, Gonzalez 9. Rebounds: Griffin 20.

•  Hialeah Gardens 63, Hialeah Educational Academy 1: HG: Anduja 4, Osorio 10, Mosquera 20, Fanuz 22, Hernandez 3, Sobalvarro 2, Amin 2.

•  Doral Academy 55, SLAM 48: DA: V. Machado 19, M. Neres 13, Y. Rivero 9, A. Gomez 7, M. Grafals 4 D. Rondon 3. SLAM: Chirino 20, Daniel 14, Richard 7, Zheng 6, Franco 1. Three-pointers: Chirino 5, Machado 3. Rebounds: Rondon 17.

•  Princeton Christian 43, Island Christian 28: PC: Cobbs 23, Doering 6, Lee 4, Parker 4, Chen 4, Lee 2. Rebounds: Wise 8, Lee 7. Assists: Lee 5. PC 5-7.

•  Ransom Everglades 30, St. Brendan 29: RE: Lopez 9, Stern 10, Ajagbe 2, McDowell 5, Schatz 2, Hallman 2. SB: Martinez 12, Dominguez 2, Bolanos 8, Falla 2, Murillo 5. Three-pointers: Martinez 3, McDowell 1.Rebounds:M. Stern 9, C. McDowell 9.

•  Braddock 48, Varela 42: BRA: Flores 12, Miranda 12, Bermudez 4, Navarro 3, Fernandez 15, Uzquuano 2. VAR: Iglesias 2, Estupinan 9, Nieto 5, Polanco, N. 14, Verdes 11, Lu 1

•  Westminster 44, Archimedean 25: WC: Sophia Poveda 12, Sofia Martinez 2, Nikkia Benitez 5, Gigi Figueroa 14, Kelsey Taylor 2, Emily Brais 1, Connor Crotty 4, Nattalie Victorero 2, Hannah Avery 2. ARC: Alex Morales 8, Bianca Pinto 4, Amanda Pinto 4, Diana Revilla 9.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

•  Blanche Ely 71, Deerfield Beach 58: BE (16-1-0): L. Tejeda 34, J. Heastie 15, T. Goodrum 9, T. Gosier 7, J. Labadi 6. Rebounds: T. Gosier 13. Blocks: T. Gosier 4. Steals: L. Tejeda 2. Assists: L. Tejeda 7.

• Northwestern 51, Jackson 35: NW: D. Griffin 27, C. Graham 8, A. Curry 6, K. White 5, A. Kinsey 3, O. Grimes 2. JAC: Brown 9, Phillips 7, Chevalier 4, Ramos 2, Green 2. Rebounds: D. Griffin 17, A. Kinsey 8, C. Graham 6, A. Curry 6. Assists: A. Curry 5. Steals: A. Curry 2, C. Graham 2, D. Griffin 2. Blocks: D. Griffin 3.

• Archbishop Curley 59, Hillel 52: AC (8-7) : Lleran 1, Lemony 28, Blancher 7, Dierre 8, Raphael 2, Lumpkin 6, Evariste 6, Acosta 3. Rebounds: Lemenior 10. Assists: Dierre 5. Steals: Dierre 4. Blocks: Lemenior 2.

• Mourning 58, Goleman 45: ATM: Souffrant 18, Dangervil 15, Champagne 6, Fachler - Tal 4, Salazar 7, Silva 8. GOL: Gerald 13, Plu 2, W. Lopez 20, Quintana 8, Fong 2. Three-pointers: Champagne 2, Dangervil 1, Gerald 1, W. Lopez 2. Assists: Fachler-Tal 4. Steals: Salazar 3.

• Palmer Trinity School 75, Neumann (Naples) 68: PT (9-8): Becker 16,Roberts 13,Portuondo 12,Matt Vega-Sanz 10,Mike Vega-Sanz 10,Bonet 9, Bakes 3, Pico 2. SJN (11-8): Costain 23,Castronovo 17,Augustin 10,Perry 10, Varbel 3,Clunk 2,Carlson 2,Davison 1. Steals: Mike Vega-Sanz 2. Rebounds: Becker 8. Assists: Mike Vega-Sana 5. Three-pointers: Castronovo 4, Costain 4, Roberts 2, Perry 1, Becker 1, Matt Vega-Sanz 2.

• Belen 44, Doral 36: BEL(9-9): N. Iparraguirre 5, M. Fernandez 10, J. Herrera 6, J. Cirera 5, J. Medina 11, F. Battle 2, A. Perez 5. DA: Pierre 7, Rodriguez 3, Fernandez 10, Steel 11, Solivan 5. Rebounds: N. Iparraguirre 6. Assists: N. Iparraguirre 8. Steals: Andres Perez 3. Three-pointers: Perez, M. Fernandez 2, Medina 3, Pierre, A. Fernandez 2

• South Dade 75, Palmetto 41: SD (12-4): D. Cooper 16, J. Fernadez 16, R. Cartwright 13, T. Byrts 10, W. Hale 7, K. Pompay 6, V. Garo 4, J. Mezier 1, K. Lloyd 2. PAL: Pique 1, Li 7, Wasser 7, Arauz 8, Pubchia 5, Hardaway 3, Miller 8, Ehlies 2. Rebounds: T. Byrts 9, D. Cooper 9, Merzier 6, Pompay 4. Steals: T. Byrts 4, R. Cartwright 2, Fernandez 2, Hale 2. Blocks: cooper 2. Assists: Lloyd 4, Cabral 2.

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Sagemont vs. Miami Country Day (MCD), 7:00

Broward Charter vs. Monsignor Pace (PACE), 7:00

Northwest Christian vs. Sheridan Hills Christian, 7:30

Boyd Anderson vs. Piper (Home), 7:30

American Heritage vs. Cardinal Gibbons (Home), 7:30

Coconut Creek vs. Hallandale (Hallandale), 7:30

Taravella vs. Coral Glades , 7:30

Douglas vs. Coral Springs (Home), 7:30

Pompano Beach vs. Dillard (DIL), 7:30

West Broward vs. Everglades (Everglades), 7:30

Miramar vs. Flanagan (Home), 7:30

Hallandale vs. Coconut Creek (C. Creek), 7:30

South Broward vs. Hollywood Hills (HH), 7:30

Plantation vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (STA), 7:30

BOYS’ SOCCER

Chaminade-Madonna vs. Gulliver Prep (GP), 3:30

Somerset Academy vs. Pinecrest Prep (Pinecrest Prep), 4:00

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Sagemont vs. Miami Country Day (MCD), 5:30

Northwest Christian vs. Sheridan Hills Christian , 6:00

Piper vs. Boyd Anderson (Boyd Anderson), 5:30

American Heritage vs. Cardinal Gibbons (Cardinal Gibbons), 5:30

Coconut Creek vs. Hallandale (Hallandale), 5:30

Taravella vs. Coral Glades, 5:00

Dillard vs. Pompano Beach (Pompano Beach), 5:00

Everglades vs. West Broward (West Broward), 5:30

Miramar vs. Flanagan (Flanagan), 5:00

Hollywood Hills vs. South Broward (South Broward), 5:30

St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Plantation (Plantation), 6:00

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Pinecrest Prep vs. Somerset Academy (Somerset Academy), 4:00

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