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Cardinal Gibbons boys’ tennis team cruises past Archbishop McCarthy

 

Last week’s best performances

TEAM OF THE WEEK

Senior Anthony Vazquez (126 pounds, 38-0), Jamel Morris (41-0, 132 pounds), and Ryan Thomas (152 pounds) helped the Cardinal Gibbons wrestling team capture the Class 1A state title, its fifth state title in school history.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Myron Dewar, Coral Springs, boys’ basketball: Dewar had a game-high 21 points and nine rebounds to lead the Colts (19-6) over Cypress Bay 63-51 in the Class 8A regional quarterfinals.

Manny Pantaleon, Taravella, baseball: Pantaleon went 2 for 3 with a double and home run to lead the Trojans over Chaminade 9-3.

Morreonto’ Williams, Deerfield Beach, girls’ basketball: Williams had a game-high 15 points to help the Bucks rally for a 47-42 victory over host Douglas in the Class 8A regional semifinals.

Joao Lacerda, Archbishop McCarthy, boys’ soccer: Lacerda had a game-tying goal in the 49th minute but the Mavericks (18-6-1) lost 2-1 in overtime to Choctaw in the Class 3A state semifinals.

Raekwon Reggler, Somerset, wrestling: Reggler (54-1) won the Class 1A title at 182 pounds.

Trellanie English-Lurry, Nova, girls’ basketball: English-Lurry had a game-high 17 points to lead the Titans (25-4) over St. Thomas Aquinas 50-40 in the 7A regional semifinals.

Amber Lee, Dillard, girls’ basketball: Lee scored a game-high 22 points to lead the visiting Panthers (21-9) to a 48-46 upset of Class 5A No. 1 Coconut Creek (23-4) in the 5A regional semifinals.

Gentry Fortuno, Flanagan, baseball: Fortuno threw a two-hitter and struck out five to lead the Falcons (3-0) over Douglas 2-0.

Tyrus McCloud, McKenna Lasher, Dylan Reeder, and Jake Roberts, Cardinal Gibbons, boys’ track: The Chiefs’ 3,200 relay team ran a school record 8:25.7 to win its season opener.

Richard McIntosh, Cardinal Gibbons, boys’ basketball: McIntosh had a team-high 17 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Chiefs (24-5) over Bayside 69-52 in the Region 5A quarterfinals.

Dana Defalco, Chaminade, softball: Defalco scored a run and had a RBI to lead the Lions (4-0) over Key West 8-4.

Roshane Walker, Nova, boys’ basketball: Walker had a game-high 15 points to lead the Titans over American 50-48 in the Class 7A regional quarterfinals.

Kenny Boyd, Stranahan, wrestling: Boyd (38-0) bounced back from a state runner-up finish last season by winning the Class 2A state title at 152 pounds.

Victoria Gonzalez, Pines Charter, softball: Gonzalez went 3 for 4 with two runs to lead the Jaguars over Park Vista 5-2.

John Weiss, St. Thomas Aquinas, wrestling: Weiss (60-4) won the Class 3A state title at 170 pounds.

Austin Vaughn, Coral Springs Charter, boys’ basketball: Vaughn had a team-high 13 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Panthers (17-10) over Boca St. Andrews 61-49 in the Class 4A region quarterfinals.


The Cardinal Gibbons boys’ tennis team dominated the court on Wednesday afternoon in a 6-1 match against Archbsihop McCarthy.

In singles, Dominique Northecide defeated Fabian LaFontant 9-8, Jeremy Toong defeated Chris Wheeler Sabatino 8-2, and Jabari Cole defeated Walter Paniagua in a 8-2 match.

Chris Ernewein redeemed himself after losing 9-8 to Mavericks’ Andrew Puglisi, when he joined Northecide in a doubles match and won 8-0.

• Cardinal Gibbons 6, Archbishop McCarthy 1: Singles: Andrew Puglisi d. Chris Ernewein 9-8 (7-2). Dominique Northecide d. Fabian LaFontant 9-8 (7-5). Jeremy Toong d. Chris Wheeler Sabatino 8-2. Jabari Cole d. Walter Paniagua 8-2. Taylor Gagne d. Luis Gallego 8-6. Doubles: Ernewein /Northecide d. Puglisi/ Plate 8-0. Woong/ Mendoza d. Gallego / Goncalves 8-3.

• Westmister 6, North Broward Prep 1: Gomez d. Carter 8-6. Abernethy d. Shen 8-2. Nunez d. Nayman 8-1. Harbor d. Kallor 8-6. Climenhage d. Bedoyan 8-5. Doubles: Carter/Abernethy d. Kallor/Gomez 6-4. Harbor/Nunez d. Nayman/Shen 6-3.

FOOTBALL

West Broward (2-7 last season) announced the hiring of former NFL standout Reyna Thompson as its new football coach.

GIRLS’ TENNIS

• North Broward Prep 6, Westminster 1: Singles: Bapp d. Meredith 8-6. McHarg d. Calhoun 8-0. Corian d. Klinge 8-1. Fersonova d. Coningsby 8-3. Patregnani d. Jones 8-1. Doubles: McHarg/Bapp d. Meredith/Calhoun 8-6. Klinge/Coningsby d. Arai/Baranova 8-4.

• Archbishop McCarthy 4, Cardinal Gibbons 3: Singles: Shelby Groenveld d. Raquel Gil 8-1. Kelsey Berman d. Carly Landi 8-4. Gloria Cabrera d. Loretta Norton 8-6. Antonella Castillo d. Gaby Harmon 8-4. Jessica Menendez d. Carly VanSciver 8-3. Doubles: Groeneveld /Harmon d. Gil/Castillo 8-3. Landi/Norton (CG) d. Berman/Cabrera 8-4.

SOFTBALL

• Monarch 4, Coconut Creek 0:

MON 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 — 4 6 0

CC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — 0 6 2

WP: Emily Forbes (5-1). LP: Bilinski. Top Performers: Kiara Robin 2-2, RBI, Run.

• Late Tuesday-Archbishop Carroll 19, Coral Shores 14: WP: Justine Cinalli (4-0). LP: Jesse Goodwin. Top performers: Mailyn Gonzalez 2-2, 2 RBI, 3 runs. Jennifer Blanchard 2-3, 3 RBI, 2 runs. Justine Cinalli 1-2, triple 2 RBI, 2 runs.

• Late Tuesday- Coconut Creek 4, Archbishop McCarthy 3: WP: S.Bilinski. LP: B. Dimler.

BASEBALL

• Late Tuesday-Pembroke Pines Charter 9, Northeast 0:

PC 3 0 0 0 2 1 3 — 9 12 0

NE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — 0 2 5

WP: Danny Melgarejo. Top performers: Danny Rodriguez HR, tripple, 4 RBIs. Anthony Gomez double, 3 RBIs. Danny Melgarejo 10 Ks.

GIRLS’ WATER POLO

St. Thomas Aquinnas 14, Western 4: Anna Smith-Johnson 7 goals. Mimi Nakis 3 goals. STA 1-1.

LACROSSE

• Late Tuesday-American Heritage Plantation 10, Park Vista 9: AHP: Tristan Payne 4 goals, 2 assists. Jarrett Alfero 4 goals, assist. Matt Marzan 8-10 face offs.

• Late Tuesday-Archbishop McCarthy 14, West Broward 3: Cam Delisle 4 goals, 5 assists. Keith Gilchrist 2 goals, 4 assists. Matt Wilson 3 goals.

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

BASEBALL

Blanche Ely vs. Boyd Anderson, 3:45

Monsignor Pace vs. Cardinal Gibbons, 4:00

Cypress Bay vs. Cooper City, 6:30

Coral Gables vs. Deerfield Beach, 6:30

Douglas vs. Taravella, 3:45

Columbus vs. Flanagan, 6:30

Miramar vs. Hallandale, 3:45

Monarch vs. Northeast, 7:00

Piper vs. Western, 7:00

Plantation vs. Stranahan, 6:30

American Heritage vs. Pompano Beach, 6:30

Somerset Academy vs. Mater Lakes, 11:00

Coral Springs Charter vs. Krop, 3:30

Chaminade-Madonna vs. Columbus, 6:30

Cardinal Gibbons vs Pace, 7:00

SOFTBALL

Cooper City vs. Western, 6:30

Cypress Bay vs. South Plantation (Pop Travers Park), 6:30

Hollywood Hills vs. Deerfield Beach, 4:00

Hallandale vs. Dillard, 4:00

Everglades vs. West Broward, 6:30

Flanagan vs. Miramar, 6:30

Nova vs. McArthur, 6:30

Pompano Beach vs. Pines Charter (Silver Lakes Park), 6:30

Somerset Academy vs. SLAM Charter, 3:30

BOYS’ LACROSSE

Cypress Bay vs. Cardinal Gibbons, 5:00

Douglas vs. Spanish River, 5:00

South Plantation vs. Flanagan, 4:00

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

Taravella vs. West Broward, 4:00

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