Roundup

Miami Country Day boys’ basketball coach Bryan Parizo steps down after 25 years

 

Last week’s best performances

TEAM OF THE WEEK

The Northwestern girls’ track and field team secured the team championship of the Bill Wilson Invitational. The Bulls swept six relay events and won seven individual events led by Lloydricia Cameron’s sweep of the shot put and discus.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Erik Manoah, South Dade, baseball: Manoah struck out 12 and hit a two-run home run to lead the Bucs to a 3-1 win against Killian.

Julian Infante, Westminster Christian, baseball: Infante went 3 for 4 with five RBI to lead the Warriors to a 10-2 win against Florida Christian.

Isabella Rodriguez, American, softball: Rodriguez went a combined 4 for 4 with five RBI, a double and triple to lead the Patriots to wins over Reagan and Westland Hialeah.

Kelly Speer, Killian, softball: Speer threw a no-hitter, striking out 10 to lead the Cougars to a 7-0 win against Varela.

Daniel Neptune, Belen Jesuit, boys’ track and field: Neptune won the 110 hurdles (14.51 seconds) and 300 hurdles (40.02) and set meet records in each event leading the Wolverines to the championship of the Ferguson Invitational.

Symone Mason and Dominique Bullock, Southridge, girls’ track and field: Mason (100 meters) and Bullock (200) each won their sprints and teamed up on the winning 400 meter relay to lead the Spartans to the Hallandale Invitational title.

Mirko Radosevic, Coral Gables, boys’ tennis: Radosevic won his No. 1 singles match to lead the Cavaliers to a 6-1 win against Miami Beach.

Alina Montoto, La Salle, girls’ tennis: Montoto won her singles match 8-4 to lead the Royal Lions to a 4-3 win against St. Brendan.

Pedro Carvalho, Mourning, boys’ volleyball: Carvalho had 12 kills and six blocks to lead the Sharks to a five-set win against Coral Reef.

Diego Garcia, Miami Beach, boys’ water polo: Garcia had five goals and an assist to lead the Hi-Tides to a 12-9 win against MAST.

Cara Mullery, MAST, girls’ water polo: Mullery scored four goals and had four assists and three steals to lead the Makos to a 9-6 win against Miami Beach.

Mateo Nunez, Palmer Trinity, boys’ lacrosse: Nunez had four goals to lead the Falcons to a 10-2 win against Cooper City.

Maria Ramirez, Coral Reef, girls’ lacrosse: Ramirez had nine saves to lead the Barracudas to a 11-4 win against Killian.

ANDRE C. FERNANDEZ


a1fernandez@MiamiHerald.com

Miami Country Day boys’ basketball coach Bryan Parizo has stepped down after 25 years coaching the Spartans.

Parizo amassed over 400 wins, five district championships and two regional finals appearances during that span. Parizo will remain the school’s Associate Athletic Director, as well as lower school physical education teacher.

TRACK AND FIELD

The Northwestern girls’ track and field team continued its dominant start to the season, winning the 18th annual Bill Wilson Relays over the weekend in Sebastian.

The Bulls swept six relay events (400, 800, 1,600, 3,200, 300 shuttle, and 1,000-meter sprint medley relays) and won seven individual events led by Lloydricia Cameron’s sweep of the shot put and discus. Ricardia Cooper (800 meters), Charlease Rodgers (300 hurdles), Briana Eskridge (high jump), Lakayla Harris (long jump), Taranique Alexander (triple jump) all won individual events.

Northwestern also won the Sam Burley Hall of Fame Invitational and Louie Bing Invitational titles this season and are vying for a state-record 11th state championship.

BASEBALL

Miami Springs 7, Mourning 0: WP: D. Cervantes 4-1 6k's. Top Performers: D. Cedano 2-3, 3 runs scored. J. Kirk 2-3. A. Voeller 2-3, 2 RBI. MS 6-5.

Ronald Reagan 10, Hialeah Miami-Lakes 2: WP: S. Rodriguez. Top Performers: S. Feirerabend 3-3, 2 runs scored. R. Cortes 2-2, 2 runs scored, RBI. H. Avilan 2-3, 2B 2 RBI.

SOFTBALL

Coral Reef 12, Southridge 2: WP: M. Ryan 2-0. LP: Fonda. Top Performers: K. Becker 4-4, 4 RBI, 4 R. C. Gordon 3-4, 2 RBI, 3 R. C. Garcia 2-4, 2 RBI, 2 R. A. Garcia 2-3, 2 RBI, 3 R.

Krop 16, Mourning 1: WP: K. Delarosa. LP: T. Fisher. Top Performers: K. Klein 4-4, 2 triples, 4 RBI, 3 runs scored. T. Coachman 3-3, double, triple, 2 RBI, 2 runs scored. B. Miller 3-3, 2 doubles, 2 RBI, run scored.

Palmetto 17, Sunset 0: WP: D. Williams (3-2). LP: J. Britton. Top Performers: M. Greenwell 1-1, 3 runs scored, 2 SB, RBI. T. Rogers 2-2, run scored, RBI. B. Phillips 1-2, double, run scored, RBI. PAL 8-3.

Southwest 19, Coral Park 2: WP: U. Suarez 4 Ks. Top Performers: S. Garcia 3-4, double, triple, 4 SB 2 RBI. K. Dube 3-3, 2 doubles, triple, 3 RBI. N. Suarez 2-2, 4 SB, 2 RBI. SW 7-2

Ferguson 11, Braddock 1:WP: Y. Mondragon. LP: G. Brenes. Top Performers: Y. Mondragon 3-3, 5 Ks. K. Ramirez 2-3. FER 9-1.

American 15, Hialeah Miami Lakes 0: WP: A. Rincon (10-2). LP: J. Marquez. Top Performers: M. Murch 2-2, 3 RBI. A. Fernandez 2-3, 2 RBI. A. Rincon 2-3, 2 RBI, 4 IP, 5Ks, 0 ER. AME 11-3.

Coral Gables 23, South Miami 14: WP: E. Cavo (1-0). LP: E. Perretta. Top Performers: E. Cavo 3-3, 5 RBI, 3 runs, 4 SB. M. Ballard 3-6, 2 triples, 3 RBI, 4 runs. N. Regalado 2-5, 2 RBI, run. L. Stieghorst 3 runs scored, SB. CG 6-6.

Westminster Christian 13, Marathon 1: WP: K. Kleis (5-2). Top performers: B. Husk 5-5, triple, 3 runs. C. Charlton 4-5, 2 HR, 6 RBI. N. Benitez 3-5, RBI. WC 9-3.

BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL

Belen d. Coral Gables (25-16, 20-25, 25-18, 25-11): A. Perez 14 kills, 4 blocks, 2 aces. L. Fernandez Rocha 8 kills, 3 blocks. M. Diaz-Silveira 5 kills, 2 blocks, 2 aces.

Florida Christian d. Coral Park (25-13, 25-14, 24-26, 25-23): A. Fernandez 11 kills, 8 digs, 6 aces, 9 points. J. Benitez 25 assists, 4 aces, 5 kills, 11 points. W. Gonzalez 16 kills, 13 digs, 4 aces, 8 points. FC 1-2.

La Salle d. Greater Miami Academy (25-13, 25-12, 25-22): A. Saladrigas 5 kills, 9 aces, 20 assists. J. Gutierrez 4 kills, 6 aces. J. Pierce 5 kills, 3 blocks. A. Pierce 2 kills, 5 digs. LS 2-2.

Killian d. Braddock (25-11, 25-15, 19-25, 25-10): M. Salabarria 10 kills, 11 digs. J. Harris 13 kills, 6 digs. D. Horton 8 kills, 5 blocks. KIL 1-1.

BOYS’ TENNIS

Gulliver Prep 7, Belen 0: C. Perez-Blanco 8-1. B. Newman 8-1. A. Libnic 8-1. L. Schinteie 8-0. B. Roque 8-1.

Miami Beach 6, TERRA 1 Singles: D. Bertak 8-5. J. Wald 8-6. S. Turken 9-7. Doubles: Azzaoui/Hirschenson 8-5. MB 6-1.

Ransom Everglades 4, Westminster Christian 2: S. Goldsmith 8-2. M. Sawetari 8-0. P. Visan 8-0. RE 6-1.

GIRLS’ TENNIS

Mourning 6, Doral Academy 1: Singles: S. Kachi 9-7. J. Rosales 8-2. M. Cerrini 8-0. E. Agasse 8-0. A. Cabezas 8-0. Doubles: Hernandez/Cerrini 8-3. Rosales/Agasse 8-0.

Ransom Everglades 6, Westminster Christian 0: H. Boehm 8-2. M. Pataro 8-0. N. Stein 8-0. RE 6-1.

GIRLS’ TRACK AND FIELD

Late Saturday — Ferguson 141, Flanagan 77, Lourdes 65, Golden Gatte 55, Ransom 52, Coral Reef 46, Gulliver Prep 40, Doral Academy 36, Killian 15, Homestead 14, Florida Christian 13, Southwest 4, Coral Park 3: Shot Put: S. Paul (CS) 36-07.50. Long Jump: K. Sacmane (DA) 17-07.00. High Jump: T. Dames (CR) 5-06.00. 200 m Dash: D. Charles (GG) 25.85. 300 m Hurdles: D. D’Olivera (FLA) 46.46. 4x100 m Relay: Gulliver Prep 50-25.

BOYS’ TRACK AND FIELD

Late Saturday—Belen 86, Ferguson 67, Flanagan 64, Killian 49, Columbus 46, Coral Reef 38, Southwest 27, Coral Park 23, Sunset 21, Doral Academy 17, Gulliver 17, Florida Christian 15, Homestead 15, MIami Beach 14, Ransom 9, Pines Charter 7: Shot Put: T. Hobbs (NH) 43-06.50. Long Jump: M. Leslie (CR) 21-06.00. High Jump: D. Claro (FER) 6-02.00. 200 m Dash: A. Rasul (CC) 21.58. 300 m Hurdles: D. Neptune (BEL) 40.02. 4x100 m Relay: Flanagan 43.27.

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