Ava Hanson paces Miami Country Day girls’ soccer victory


From Miami Herald Wire Services

Ava Hanson scored two goals to lead the Miami Country Day girls’ soccer team past Dade Christian 4-2 on Saturday.

Brittney Castellanos and Danielle Geathers each scored a goal for the Spartans (17-4-3) in the win.

Amanda Martin scored both goals for Dade Christian.

•  Miami Country Day 4, Dade Christian 2: MCD: Ava Hanson 2 goals. Brittney Castellanos goal. Danielle Geathers goal. DC: Amanda Martin 2 goals. MCD 17-4-3.

• Late Friday - District 16-2A Final: Gulliver 2, Coral Shores 0: Samantha Lujan goal. Hansine Vexlund assist. Tiffany Lusic goal. Samantha Lujan assist. Ciara Keane shutout.


•  Late Friday -- Ransom Everglades 3, Miami Country Day 1: RE (17-1-4): Adrian Sosa goal. Ferris Bustamante goal. Fran Carrera-Justiz goal.

•  Palmer Trinity 5, Florida Christian 2: PT: Alejandro Rodriguez-Santilli 2 goals. Andres Castenada goal. Jeronimo Fernandez goal, assist. PT 13-4-5.


• South Dade 62, Ferguson 39: SD (16-4): Lloyd 6, Fernandez 2, Hale 2, Birts 8, Cooper 20, Cartwright 4, Garo 2, Merzier 8, Davis 2, Cadral 2, Antoine 2, Pompey 2. FER: Stoltenborg 9, J. Gonzalez 2, Garcia 2, Jamerson 3, Acosta 1, Samosa 1, Seley 7, D. Gonzalez 2, Alarcon 7, Alicea 2. Rebounds: Cooper 9, Birts 9, Merzier 8. Assists: Lloyd 6, Cartwright 4. Steals: Fernandez 3, Cooper 2. Three-pointers: Lloyd 1, Stoltenborg 3.

•  Miami Country Day 63, Dade Christian 48: MCD (13-5): Clements 11, Lynott 2, Cambo 1, Parizo 21, Sherwood 6, Gomez 17, Figueroa 5. DC: Ferguson 2, Morrow 2, Snow 21, White 17, Brown 6. Three-pointers: Clements, Parizo 2, Snow, White 3. Rebounds: Gomez 13. Assists: Sherwood 5. Steals: Clements 4, Sherwood 4, Parizo 4.


• Miami Country Day 61, Ferguson 54: MCD (17-2): Mackenzie 6, Anyagaligbo 9, Berry 2, Lewis 12, Minott 21, Alvarez 11. FER: Osceola 8, Gonzalez 23, Molina 2, DeJesus 6, Lopez 1, Johnson 14. Three-pointers: Osceola 1, Gonzalez 6, Mackenzie 2, Alvarez 3. Rebounds: Anyagaligbo 15. Assists: Lewis 6. Steals: Mackenzie 6, Lewis 6.

•  American 57, Lake Worth 48 (MLK Classic as South Broward High): AME (20-2): McCloud 25, David 14, Jones 7, Griffin 6, Smith 4, William 6.

•  St. Brendan 60, Key West 41: SB (14-8): Martinez 6, Dominguez 9, Rodriguez 2, Bolanos 3, Parilla 1, Delgado 3, Falla14, Bonet 2, Murillo 16, Padro 4. KW: Multy 15, Mardsen 5, Konhauer 2, Appleby 4, Sargent 8, Smith 7.

•  Late Thrusday - Sunset 49, Westland 36- SUN (5-14): K. Espinosa 28, R. Gatewood 15, K. Murga 4, S. Perez 2. WL: Rolon-Gier 3, Rodriguez 5, Haiem 7, Vibita 4, Payero 5, Alonso 11. Halftime: Sun 26-19. Three-pointers: K. Espinosa 2. Rebounds: R. Gatewood 11, K. Espinosa 8. Assists: K. Espinosa 4. Steals: K. Espinosa 12. Blocks: K. Bennett 3.

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