Roundup

Westwood has tough battle at Sagemont

 

a1fernandez@MiamiHerald.com

Of the 11 Miami-Dade County teams remaining in the boys’ basketball playoffs, few would argue Westwood Christian has the toughest obstacle to overcome in the regional semifinals.

The Warriors (20-7), who moved up to Class 3A following a state runner-up finish in Class 2A last season, take on undefeated Sagemont (29-0), ranked No. 25 nationally by MaxPreps.com, in a Region 4-3A semifinal at Sagemont.

All regional games start at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

OTHER GAMES

• Region 4-8A semifinal — Coral Gables at South Miami: Fresh off Joseph Lopez’s double-double against Southridge, the Cobras look to beat Gables for the third time this season.

• Region 4-8A semifinal — Miami Beach at McArthur: After winning its first regional playoff game since 1969, Beach will try to get a step closer to state against a solid McArthur squad.

Region 4-6A semifinal — Mater Academy at Norland: Can Mater (24-4) upend the two-time defending state champions at their place?

Region 4-4A semifinal — Ransom Everglades at Monsignor Pace: Can Trey Morning and the Raiders back to state hold off C.J. Fisher and the high-scoring Spartans, averaging 84 points per game, to return to state?

Region 4-2A semifinal — Champagnat Catholic at Grandview Prep: The Lions have become one of Class 2A’s best again. But now they must take down the defending Class 2A champs, whom they already lost to by 13 earlier this season.

• Region 4-2A semifinal — Calusa Prep at Miami Christian: The Colts will try to advance to the regional finals for the first time since 2006 when they won their lone state championship despite losing to Calusa twice this season.

BASEBALL

• Braddock 7 Dade Christian 5

BD 0 0 0 2 3 1 1 — 7 9 4

DC 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 — 5 3 6

WP: Sergio Pena (1-0). LP: Alex Perrera (1-1). Top Performers: Willie Padron 2-2, 2B, HR, 4 SB, 2 runs, 2 BB. Anthony Alvarez 2-4 2 RBI, 3 SB, 2 runs. Sergio Pena 4 IP, 6 Ks, 0 BB, 0 ER.

• Late Saturday- Palmetto 3, Southwest 0

PAL 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 — 3 7 0

SW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — 0 3 0

WP: Ian Exposito (1 - 0). LP: Ramirez. Top Performers: Ian Exposito 12 Ks. Carter Nash 2-4, run scored. Erik Largo 1-4 double, run scored, 2 RBIs. Kyle Toister 1-2, run scored. PAL1-2.

• Late Saturday-Sagemont 13, WEstwood Christian 1

SG 3 2 0 6 2 X X — 13 9 1

WC 0 1 0 0 0 X X — 1 3 1

WP: Niko Leontarakis (1-0). Top Performers: Stefan Revelo 2-3, 2 HR, 4 RBIs. Brynn Martinez 2-3, HR. Sean Lacono 1-3, HR. Edison Rodriguez 1-3, HR.

TRACK AND FIELD

• Girls’ results: Father Ripoll Relays — Ferguson 87, South Florida HEAT 66, Lourdes 59, Archbishop McCarthy 51, Coral Reef 46, Gulliver Prep 46, Mater Academy 39, La Salle 24, Coral Park 22, South Fork 20, Florida Christian 19, Dade Christian 7, Key West 4, Pace 2, Sunset 1. 100 Meter Relay: 1. Mater Academy Charter (52.25). 2. Lourdes (52.84).3. Coral Reef (52.97). 4. South Florida HEAT (53.70). 5. Ferguson (53.96). Hurdle: South Florida HEAT (1:13.57). 2. Lourdes (1:17.54). 3. Ferguson (1:21.74). 4. Florida Christian (1:41.54). High Jump: 1. Taylor Dames (CR) 5-07.00. 2. Abigail Serda (SFH) 5-00.00. 2. Ally Pond (SFH) 5-00.00. 4. Cheyenne Deluca 4-10.00. 5. Annemarie Jude (LOU) 4-08.00. Pole Vault: 1. Madison Towriss (AMC) 8-06.00. 2. Harlee Atkins 8-00.00. 2. Maggie Wheatley (SFH) 8-00.00. 4. Monique Salcie (AMC) 7-06.00. 4. Brianna Sodergren (SFH) 7-06.00. 4. Amanda Rubio (FC) 7-06.00. Shot Put: 1. Maria Teresa De Leon (LS) 30-10.00. 2. Madison Malone (AMC) 30-03.00. 3. Ashley Okeke (DC) 29-08.00. 4. Amanda Koski (AMC) 29-07.50. 5. Ashley Klein (FER) 28-09.00. Discus: 1. Chinya Bully (CR) 93-07. 2. Madison Malone (AM) 92-02. 3. Danielle O'Connor (SFH) 90-05. 4. Ashley Okeke (DC) 88-04. 5. Celine Murton (FER) 84-09.

• Boys’ Results: Father Ripoll Relays — Ferguson 97.50, Belen, 91.50, Coral Reef 60, Archbishop McCarthy 49, Dade Christian 45, La Salle 30.50, Coral Park 23, Sunset 18, Florida Christian 15.50, Mater Academy 14, South Florida HEAT 13, South Fork 10, Gulliver Prep 10, Pace 8, Key West 6. 100 Meter Relay: 1. Ferguson (44.84). 2. Dade Christian (45.01). 3. Belen (45.03). 4. Coral Reef (45.43). 5. Coral Reef (46.01). Hurdle: 1. Belen (1:04.32). 2. La Salle (1:12.56). 3. Ferguson (1:14.90). High Jump: 1. Calleb Mallory (DC) 6-00.00. 2. Fernando Chery (CR) 5-08.00. 2. Jeremy Hardy-Howard (CR) 5-08.00. 4. Daniel Chaparro (FER) 5-06.00. 4. Nick Dushein (DC) 5-06.00. 4. Sean Carranza (FER) 5-06.00. Pole Vault: 1. Alex Vecchi (AMC) 12-00.00. 1. Luke Blosser (FC) 12-00.00. 3. Juan Pino (GP) 11-00.00. 3. Sean Carranza (FER) 11-00.00. 5. Eric Castellanos (BEL) 10-06.00. 5. Christopher Montero (AMC) 10-06.00. Long Jump: 1. Jonathan Saintil (DC) 21-02.50. 2. Jostlen Borgella (LS) 21-01.00. 3. Montrell Thomas (LS) 20-11.00. 3. Eduardo Caballero (AMC) 20-11.00. 5. Mariel Steadman (DC) 20-09.00. Shot Put: 1. Mark Delabat (FER) 47-00.00. 2. Hermes Espinosa (CP) 45-08.00. 3. Nicholas Bost (AMC) 45-00.00. 4. Joseph Bost (AMC) 44-05.00. 5. Kevin Valdes (BEL) 41-05.00. Discus: 1. Joseph Bost (AMC) 142-04. 2. Mark Delabat (FER) 127-03. 3. Milton Ingraham (DC) 123-02. 4. Hermes Espinosa (CP) 120-01. 5. Nicholas Bost (AMC) 119-04.

Read more Miami-Dade High Schools stories from the Miami Herald

  • Water Polo | State Tournament

    St. Thomas boys meet Belen in quarterfinals

    Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas, which beat Miami Belen 13-10 in the 2013 boys’ water polo state final, will face its Miami rival again at this year’s tournament hosted by Ransom Everglades.

  • Volleyball

    Southwest wins GMAC volleyball title

    Southwest returned to its traditional elite status in boys’ volleyball last season.

  • ROUNDUP

    Romero’s four hits lead American’s win

    Kayleen Romero went 4 for 4 with two doubles and two RBI to lead American High School to a 12-2 rout in the 7A regional softball quarterfinal against Hollywood Hills on Thursday.

Get your Miami Heat Fan Gear!

Join the
Discussion

The Miami Herald is pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news. Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere on the site or in the newspaper. We encourage lively, open debate on the issues of the day, and ask that you refrain from profanity, hate speech, personal comments and remarks that are off point. Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.

The Miami Herald uses Facebook's commenting system. You need to log in with a Facebook account in order to comment. If you have questions about commenting with your Facebook account, click here.

Have a news tip? You can send it anonymously. Click here to send us your tip - or - consider joining the Public Insight Network and become a source for The Miami Herald and el Nuevo Herald.

Hide Comments

This affects comments on all stories.

Cancel OK

  • Marketplace

Today's Circulars

  • Quick Job Search

Enter Keyword(s) Enter City Select a State Select a Category