Roundup

Univ. School wins in softball

 

Last week’s best performances

Team of the week

The St. Thomas Aquinas girls’ track team made its case as the nation’s No. 1 squad as Kendall Ellis won the 400 meters in a personal-best 53.93 (U.S. No. 1), Krystal Sparling won the 200 in a personal-best 23.35 (U.S. No. 1) and anchored the St. Thomas Aquinas 400-meter relay team to a season-best 45.97 (U.S. No. 1) to help Aquinas win its third consecutive BCAA track and field title.

Athletes of the week

Daeshon Gordon, Northeast, girls’ track: The LSU-bound All-American won the 100 hurdles in a personal-best 13.77 (U.S. No. 2), 300 hurdles (42.04, U.S. No. 5) and anchored the Hurricanes’ winning 1,600-relay team (3:47.00, U.S. No  2) to help the Northeast girls team finish a school-best second at the BCAA track championships.

Brady Acton, Pine Crest, baseball: Acton went 4 for 5 with three home runs and five RBI to lead the Panthers over Chaminade 16-5.

Kirsten Bunting, Cooper City, girls’ water polo: Bunting had 15 saves to help the Cowboys (4-8) edge Flanagan 3-2.

Corry Short, Cardinal Gibbons, boys’ volleyball: Short had 34 kills, 14 digs, three assists and two aces, but the Chiefs (7-1) lost in five sets to Wellington in the Jungle Queen gold bracket championship game.

Lauren Newmark, American Heritage, softball: Newmark went 1 for 2 with two runs to lead the Patriots over Palm Beach Gardens 4-2.

Andre Ewers, Piper, boys’ track: Ewers won the 100 and 200 at the BCAA track championships.

Andrew Iglesias, Pines Charter, boys’ track: Iglesias won the 1,600 and 3,200 at the BCAA track championships.

Teddy Sandoval, Cooper City, boys’ water polo: Sandoval scored three goals to lead the Cowboys (6-1) over South Broward 13-2.

Brandon Luzon, South Broward, baseball: Luzon went 2 for 2 with two RBI and two runs to lead the Bulldogs over Miramar 10-0.

Jim Reddish, West Broward, boys’ volleyball: Reddish had seven blocks and five kills to lead the Bobcats over Nova in three sets.

Adrian Cortez, Pines Charter, boys’ water polo: Cortes had eight goals to lead the Jaguars (6-1) over Flanagan 17-5.

Chris Susanj, Monarch, boys’ volleyball: Susanj had 16 digs, 14 points, eight aces and three assists to lead the Knights (4-2) over West Broward in three sets.

Stephanie Strimbu, South Broward, girls’ water polo: Strimbu had two goals to lead the Bulldogs (3-6) over Cooper City 6-4.

Jarod Schwait, North Broward Prep, baseball: Schwait went 3 for 3 with an RBI, two stolen bases and two runs to lead the Eagles over Lake Mary Prep 10-0.

Greg Holodak, American Heritage, boys’ volleyball: Holodak had 15 kills, 12 digs, three assists and two aces to lead the Patriots over Chaminade in three sets.

Javon Patterson, Boyd Anderson, boys’ track: Patterson clocked a personal-best 1:52.53 (U.S. No. 1) in the 800 at the BCAA track championships.

Jordan Scarlett, St. Thomas Aquinas, boys’ track: Scarlett anchored the Raiders’ 400-meter relay team to a come-from-behind victory in 41.27 (U.S. No. 6), leading Aquinas to its eighth consecutive BCAA title.


From Miami Herald Staff Reports

The University School softball team defeated Calvary Christian 9-7 on Monday afternoon.

Linette Flores took home the win for the Suns. Chanel Hall went 3 for 4 with a double and two RBI.

Cameryn Chang went 2 for 4 with a homerun and three RBI for the Eagles (5-8). Tina Deibel finished 2 for 3.

The Suns will take on Archbishop McCarthy at 7 p.m. Thursday.

• University School 9, Calvary Christian 7:

US 0 1 0 0 0 1 7 — 9 15 1

CC 1 1 0 0 3 0 2 — 7 11 2

WP: Linette Flores. LP: Cameryn Chang (1-7). Top Performers: US: Chanel Hall 3-4, 2 2B, 2 RBI. CC: Cameryn Chang 2-4, HR, 3 RBI. Tina Deibel 2-3. CC 5-8.

BASEBALL

• Calvary Christian 4, Sagemont 3:

CC 2 1 0 0 1 X — 4 7 3

SAG 2 0 1 0 0 0 — 3 5 2

WP: Alec Berizzi LP: Edgar Abreu. Top Performers: SAG: Brynn Martinez 2-2, 3B, 2 R, 2 SB. Sean Iacono 2-3, RBI, SB.

• Braddock 6, University School 1:

US 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 —1 3 2

BRA 1 1 1 0 1 2 — 6 11 1

WP: Danny Iglesias. LP: Fred Sultan (1-2). Top Performers: US: Evan Klugerman 1-4, run.

BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL

• Late Friday—Jungle Queen Pool C: Wellington d. Monarch (15-25, 25-21, 15-5). St. Thomas Aquinnas d. West Boca (25-8, 25-11). Wellington d. West Boca (25-13, 25-15). St Thomas Aquinnas d. Monarch (25-11, 25-15). Monarch d. West Boca (25-15, 25-22). Wellington d. St Thomas Aquinnas (25-22, 26-24).

• Late Friday—Junle Queen Pool D: Palmetto d. Pace (25-10, 25-13). Berkley d. Flanagan (25-4, 25-6). Palmetto d. Flanagan (25-14, 25-7). Berkley d. Pace (25-4, 25-6). Pace d. Flanagan (15-25, 25-21, 15-9). Palmetto d. Berkley (22-25, 25-20, 15-13).

• Late Saturday— Jungle Queen Bronze Bracket: Monarch d. SLAM (25-17, 25-17). Dwyer d. Pace (25-9, 25-6). SLAM d. Pace (25-10, 25-15). Dwyer d. Monarch (26-24, 16-25, 15-11).

• Late Saturday—Jungle Queen Copper Bracket: West Boca d. Cooper City (25-20, 27-25). West Broward d. Flanagan (25-18, 25-23). Cooper City d. Flanagan (25-13, 25-17). West Boca d. West Broward (18-25,25-15, 16-14).

• Late Saturday—Jungle Queen Silver Bracket: St. Thomas Aquinas d. Stoneman Douglas (25-10, 26-24). St. Thomas Aquinas d. Berkley of Tampa (22-25, 25-16, 25-8, 25-23).

GIRLS’ TRACK AND FIELD

• Late Saturday—1.Calvary Christian Academy 144.50. 2. Westminster Academy 142. 3. South Florida HEAT 111.50. 4. American Heritage 52. 5. Key West 39. 6. North Broward Prep 37. 7. Westminster Christian 24.50. 8. Coral Springs Christian 21. 9. St. Brendan 20. 10. Florida Christian 17. 11. Doral Academy 15. 12. Somerset Prep 10. 12. Palmer Trinity 10. 14. Pope John Paul II 9.50. 15. Pace 2. 15. Boca Raton Christian 2: 4x400 Meter Relay: 1. Westminster Academy 4:16.06. 2. South Florida HEAT 4:25.15. 3. Key West 4:34.33. 3200 Meter Run: 1. Dana Thomas (WC) 12:11.71. 2. Jenna Evans (SFH) 12:26.06. 3. Abigail Serda (SFH) 12:41.03. 200 Meter Dash: 1. Denise Spann (WA) 26.35. 2. Rachel Sieradzan (CC) 26.90. 3. Jimlyn Laurent (WA) 27.68. 800 Meter Run: 1. Nicole Taggart (CC) 2:33.92. 2. Katie Bishop (NB) 2:34.29. 3. Erin Shields (SFH) 2:38.38. 300 Meter Hurdles: 1. Ebony Brown (WA) 48.77. 2. Jessica Brownell (CC) 48.79. 3. Kristi Isabelle (SFH) 50.10. 400 Meter Dash: 1. Rachel Sieradzan (CC) 1:00.36. 2. Gina Heintskill (AH) 1:01.98. 3. Gracie Allison (SF) 1:02.51. 4x100 Meter Relay: 1. Westminster Academy 53.35. 2. Calvary Christian 53.45. 3. American Heritage 54.76. 1600 Meter Run: 1. Katie Pinnell (NB) 5:29.50. 2. Tristin Milliken (KW) 5:34.72. 3. Jenna Evans (SFH) 5:39.79. 100 Meter Dash: 1. Ebony Brown (WA) 12.80. 2. Denise Spann (WA) 13.06. 2. Jimlyn Laurent (WA) 13.06. 100 Meter Hurdles:1. Jessica Brownell (CC) 16.53. 2. Kristi Isabelle (SFH) 16.91. 3. Jordana Abugattas (CC) 17.26. 4x800 Meter Relay: 1. North Broward Prep 10:14.03. 2. South Florida HEAT 10:32.98. 3. St. Brendan 10:46.98. Shot Put: 1. Taylor McDuffie (CC) 41-00.00. 2. Jessica Gushue (CC) 35-09.50. 3. Isabella Luke (WA) 33-07.50. Discus Throw: 1. Phoebe Gustely (AH) 126-07. 2. Isabella Luke (WA) 104-07.50. 3. Taylor McDuffie (CC) 104-02.50. Triple Jump: 1. Rachel Sieradzan (CC) 35-02.00. 2. Ebony Brown (WA) 34-04.50. 3. Marina Gatinho (FC) 33-00.00. Long Jump: 1. Rachel Sieradzan (CC) 15-04.50. 2. Becca Christie (SFH) 15-00.50. 3. Katie Nava (WA) 14-08.00. Pole Vault: 1. Karin Sastre (WA) 11-01.00. 2. Jessica Brownell (CC) 9-06.00. 3. Emily Good (KW) J9-06.00. High Jump: 1. Keeley Casey (WA) 5-00.00. 2. Carly Collins (CC) J5-00.00. 3. Brooke Oman (WA) J5-00.00.

BOYS’ TRACK AND FIELD

• Late Saturday—1. Westminster Academy 199.50. 2. Calvary Christian Academy 156.50. 3. Coral Springs Christian 73. 4. Key West 52.50. 5. Florida Christian 33. 6. Westminster Christian 30.50. 7. Boca Raton Christian 29. 8. South Florida HEAT 25. 9. Doral Academy 19. 10. Pace 17. 11. American Heritage 8. 12. Pine Crest 7. 13. Somerset Prep 4. 14. University School 2. 15. North Broward 1: 4x400 Meter Relay: 1. Westminster Academy 3:31.62. 2. Calvary Christian 3:38.09. 3. Key West HS 3:50.72. 3200 Meter Run: 1. Everett Wagner (KW) 10:17.99. 2. Charles Otto (BR) 10:21.67. 3. Brandon Bejarano (WA) 10:35.09. 200 Meter Dash: 1. Roger Pettingell (CC) 23.32. 2. George Williams (WC) 23.63. 3. Kemani Reid (CS) 23.74. 800 Meter Run: 1. Andrew James (WA) 2:03.68. 2. John Luke (WA) 2:05.48. 3. Leif Cisneros (KW) 2:06.81. 300 Meter Hurdles: 1. Sanders Desir (WA) 42.61. 2. Terrel Phillips (WA) 43.96. 3. John Zolnowski (SFH) 44.50. 400 Meter Dash: 1. Josiah Swinton (CC) 51.15. 2. George Williams (WC) 51.38. 3. Moises Brador (FC) 51.56. 4x100 Meter Relay: 1. Calvary Christian (44.21), 2. Coral Springs Christian (44.23), 3. Westminster Academy (45.17). 1600 Meter Run: 1. Joel Lacy (CC) 4:33.14. 2. Charles Otto (BRC) 4:36.14. 3. Dimitri Wolfe (MP) 4:37.96. 100 Meter Dash: 1. Adnrew James (WA) 11.14. 2. Roger Pettingell (CC) 11.19. 3. Phillip Martin (CC) 11.66. 110 Meter Hurdles: 1. Parker Collins (CC) 15.55. 2. Terrel Phillips (WA) 15.63. 3. Star Thomas (CS) 16.38. 4x800 Meter Relay: 1. Calvary Christian 8:29.62. 2. Westminster Academy 8:34.20. 3. Pace 8:36.33. Shot Put: 1. Mitchell Etienne (WA) 48-11.00. 2. Jerome Grey (WA) 44-00.00. 3. Micah Smith (WA) 41-04.00. Discus Throw: 1. Hozie Hankerson (WA) 151-02.50. 2. Nahel Abugattas (CC) 126-05.50. 3. Storm Sims (CC) 125-09. Triple Jump: 1. Ryan Moore (WA) 38-07.50. 2. Parker Collins (CC) 38-01.00. 3. Alex Janvier (CC) 37-06.00. Long Jump: 1. Lawrence Barnes (CS) 19-06.50. 2. Harold Eubanks (WA) 18-10.00. 3. Mathew Santovenia (Florida Chri 18-09.00. Pole Vault: 1. Jordan Mansour (WA) 14-01.00. 2. Zachary Lightfoot (KW) 13-00.00. 3. Donovan Henegar (CC) 12-06.00. High Jump: 1. Ryan Moore (WA) 5-10.00. 2. Rey Bobb (CS) 5-08.00. 3. Terrel Phillips (WA) 5-06.00.

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