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Ryan Granda, Keith Stevens power Killian to Hall of Fame Classic win over Illinois Oak-Park River Forest

 

Baseball statistics

HITTING

PLAYERABRHHRRBIBBAVG
Nicholas Zambrano (ATM)17411X5X0.647
Mathew Castrorao (ATM)16791710.562
Chirs Clara (HG)31X16XXX0.519
Anthony Mejias (VAR)461023X1110.500
Aaron Petrash (ATM)166816X0.500
M. Schwitalla (PAL)2059X430.450
Nathan Llanes (HG)23710XXX0.435
Edison Cabrera (AME)29X12X4X0.413
Mike Rodriguez (SUN)441018X3X0.409
Danilo DeArmas (SUN)461118X3X0.391
Matt Ruiz (AME)23X9X6X0.391
Alex Vasquez (HG)239XXX0.391
Lazaro Morales (HG)31X121XX0.387
Israel Luis (SW)4612170380.378
Kris Perez (AME)27X10X1X0.370
Romy Gonzalez (AME)30X11X13X0.366
Alfredo Iser (SUN)28710X7X0.357
Jonathan Bermudez (VAR)31311X330.355
Alfred Labrada (SUN)2057X4X0.350
K. Barbato (PAL )36212X330.333
Herbert Iser (SUN)3361118X0.333
Alfredo Morejon (SW)489160850.333
Bryan Carreras (SW)436140610.326
Chris Allende (VAR)48915X1010.312
Eric Gonzalez (AME)32X10X9X0.312

PITCHING

PLAYERWLIPKBBERERA
Jason Grana (SW)111411X31.50
Nicholas Leon (VAR)312613961.62
Danny Diaz (SUN)4437.6X591.68
I. Exposito (PAL )233033481.85
Kevin Moreno (ATM)1010.215531.97
David Huerta (SW)101410X42.00
Danilo De Armas (SUN)3230X1692.1
Andres Fletes (SW)3231.6729X102.21

Softball statistics

BATTING

PLAYERSABRHHRRBIBBAVG
Jennifer Blanchard (ACC)231615X20100.652
Denver Keller (CR)1611XX650.625
Carsyn Gordon (CR)5124X41780.608
Kylan Becker (CR)5624X32140.589
Crystal Dingle (CG)56433X1490.589
Faith Vazquez (FC)431622521X0.512
Brianna Ernst (FC)391818218X0.462
A. Guglietta (PAL)501722X14100.440
Angelique Solano (PLANT)481821X3100.438
Emily Vagilo (ACC)281412X6100.429
Karli Smith (FC)471220318X0.426
Chanel Wilson (CG)40161721360.425
Laura Perna (CG)451419X1090.422
Cat Ruggiano (CG)481820211110.417
R. Blackburn (PAL)481420X660.417
Mailyn Gonzalez (ACC)17117X490.412
Natalie Zuinga (PLANT)27811X10X0.407
Meghan Ballard (CG)321313X860.406
Shanon Renouf (FC)371315X4X0.405
Aliana Bonilla (CG)481919X1090.396
Monica Marquez (FC) 461518415X0.391
Nicole Fanelli (PLANT)411516X1590.390

PITCHING

PLAYERWLIPKERERA
Karli Smith (FC)61392571.26
Michelle Ryan (CR)40231361.83
A. Guglietta (PAL)625748192.33
Faith Vazquez (FC)514334152.44
Michelle Mesa (CR)847239302.78
D. Williams (PAL)634632233.50


Killian’s Ryan Granda entered Tuesday’s Hall of Fame Classic matchup against Illinois Oak-Park River Forest with an unblemished 5-0 record.

Oak-Park River Forest experienced the same outcome of Granda’s previous five opponents as Killian cruised to a 6-1 win.

Granda threw six innings and struck out six batters to improve his record to 6-0.

Keith Stevens went 2 for 3 with a home run and a game-high three RBI. Bryan Ozuna went 2 for 2 with three stolen bases.

Killian advances to play Calusa Prep today at 10 a.m.

•  Killian 6, Illinois Oak-Park River Forest 1 (Hall of Fame Classic): WP: Ryan Granda (6-0). LP: Mike Martinez. Top performers: Keith Stevens 2-3, HR, 3 RBI. Bryan Ozuna 2-2, 3 SB. Ryan Granda 6 IP, 6 K’s. KIL 14-3. Play today at 10 a.m. Calusa Prep.

•  Brito 9, Arkansas Heritage 2: WP: Leandro Espinosa (3-0). LP: Norris. Top performers: Mauricio Amaral 1-2, BB, RBI, RS. Savian Fernandez 1-2, BB, RBI, RS. Laz Gonzalez 1-1, 2 BB, 3 RS.

•  Pembroke Pines Charter 5, Alabama Montevallo 1: WP: Danny Melgarejo (3-1), complete game, 11 K’s. Top performers: Jake Jacos 1-3, 3B, 2 RBI, 2R. Danny Rodriguez-Velez 2-4, 2B, RBI.

• Calvary Christian 4, Sagemont 3:

TRACK AND FIELD

Unorthodox jumping styles have Westminster Academy’s dynamic pole vault tandem of Karin Sastre and Jordan Mansour collecting titles while drawing looks of disbelief.

With Mansour belying the conventional one foot take off for an extremely rare two foot approach and Sastre swinging her off arm to generate speed instead of holding the pole with both arms in her run up, Mansour and Sastre were the talk of the Cardinal Gibbons Field and Relay Open on Tuesday.

Mansour, a first-year vaulter who set the school record 14-1 (No. 8 in Florida) on March 22, finished at 13-6 with no misses to win the title.

Sastre, meanwhile, didn’t need the 11-1 school record (No. 11 in Florida) she also set on March 22, settling for 10-6 to give the Lions a pole vault sweep.

“It’s kind of hard for people to grasp how Karin and I jump,’’ Mansour said. “She holds the pole in one hand and swings her other arm during the run up. I jump with a weird style. One of the other vaulters even came up to me today, talking about how I messed up because I jumped off both feet. I said “no, that’s how I jump.” I guess you have to be different if you want to be good.”

Mansour’s unlikely rise to stardom with under three months experience has been a welcome surprise for a Lions’ team expected to contend for the Class 1A state title.

Mansour said he ditched the traditional one-legged takeoff after it yielded modest results in practice and has used the rare two-feet-jump approach since.

After dividing his time between football, basketball and golf, Mansour now sees the pole vault as his ticket to a college scholarship and beyond.

“Ever since I jumped 14-1, it has been serious,” Mansour said. “I want to be at 15-6 by states, this is my goal. That should win me states. Jumping off two feet is working for me. I get more power this way than jumping off one foot. I didn’t even know I was doing it. It just became so natural.”

FABIAN LYON

Cardinal Gibbons Field and Relay Open - Girls’ results - 3,200 relay: 1. Douglas 10:08.42, 2. Archbishop McCarthy 10:17.40, 3. South Florida HEAT 10:29.68; 100: 1. Alexis Wilson (Doug) 12.25, 2. Rushing (Hall) 12.43, 3. K. Clark (Mon) 12.78; 1,600: 1. Marianne Aguilar (AM) 5:39.89, 2. Evans (SFH) 5:41.47, 3. Fungquee (Mon) 5:43.75; 400 relay: 1. Hallandale 48.25, 2. Westminster Academy 49.64, 3. Monarch 50.80; Long Jump: 1. Kimani Rushing (Hall) 17-20, 2. Perry (CG) 17-2.50, 3. Claiborne (CG) 17-1; Triple jump: 1. Kimani Rushing (Hall) 39-6, 2. Hubbard (HC) 38-10.50, 3. Lacey (Hall) 38-8; High jump: 1. Gillian Morrison (Doug) 5-8, 2. Casey (WA) 5-4, 3. Alvin (Hall) 5-2; Shot put: 1. Tanisha Hardy (Hall) 38-11.75, 2. Luke (WA) 33-3.25, 3. Enos (Doug) 33-1.25; Discus: 1. Camora Sanders (NE) 129-8, Slutsky (CB) 115-10, Simmons (Hall) 107-4; Pole vault: 1. Karin Sastre (WA) 10-6, 2. Sodergren (SFH) 9-0, 3. Wheatley (SFH) 8-6. Boys’ results - 3,200 relay: 1. Douglas 8:20.75, 2. Westminster Academy 8:21.77, 3. Archbishop McCarthy 8:38.05; 100: 1. Andrew James (WA) 10.99, 2. Q. Wilson (US) 11.27, 3. M. Young (Ccreek) 11.45; 1,600: 1. Brandon Bejarano (WA) 4:34.50, 2. D. Penaranda (PPC) 4:34.90, 3. Toussaint (BA) 4:35.30; 400 relay: 1. Hallandale 42.51, 2. Cardinal Gibbons 43.30, 3. Coconut Creek 43.51; 1,600 relay: 1. Westminster Academy 3:24.95, 2. Douglas 3:27.77, 3. Hallandale 3:30.22; Long jump: 1. Lawrence Barnes (CSC) 21-3.75, 2. Tindal (BA) 21-1.50, 3. Duncan (CCreek) 20-4.50; Triple jump: 1. Lenny Laguerre (BA) 44-10, 2. Duncan (Ccreek) 43-11, 3. Phipps (BA) 41-4.50; High jump: 1. Phillip Lee (BA) 6-4, 2. Barnes (CSC) 6-0, 3. Phipps (BA) 5-10; Shot put: 1. Zachary Mathurin (Doug) 51-5, 2. Etienne (WA) 50-1, 3. Robinson (Hall) 49-3.25; Discus: 1. Hozie Hankerson( WA) 147-8, 2. Calabro (CG) 140-0, 3. Robinson (Hall) 138-0; Pole vault: 1. Jordan Mansour (WA) 13-6, 2. Vecchi (AM) 13-6, 3. Logan (FtL) 13-6.

• Belen 195, LaSalle 62, Arch. Carroll 48, Barrington Christian 22, Mater 16, Northwest Christian 5: Daniel Mejia (B) won 110 Hurdles 15.73, won 300 Hurdles 42.19. Eric Castellanos (B) won Pole Vault 10'6. Jaime Lopez (B) won 3200 10:08.

SOFTBALL

• Archbishop Carroll 14, LaSalle 4: WP: Justine Cinalli (8-4). Top performers: Maddy Armand 2-4, 3 RBI. Naty Medina 2-3, walk, 2 RBI, 1 run. Emily Vaglio 1-3, triple, 2 runs. Jennifer Blanchard 4 walks, 3 runs, 2 stolen bases. ACC 8-4.

•  Calvary Christian 16, Pace 5: WP: C. Chang (2-7) LP: Dominguez Top Performers: Calvary- C. Chang 3-4, HR, 4RBI; T. Deibel, 3-3, 5R; Pace – Rodriguez, 3-3 2R; Calvary 6-8.

BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL

•  Belen d. Greater Miami 25-10 29-27 25-13: Andres Perez 14 kills, 4 blocks, 5 aces. Michael Diaz Silveira 9 kill, 5 blocks. Eduardo Cruz 6 kills, 3 blocks, 6 aces. BEL 9-3.

•  Columbus d. LaSalle 25-7, 25-12, 30-28: Nick Diaz 11 kills. Peter Cancio 9 kills. COL 6-3.

GIRLS’ WATER POLO

• Westminster Academy 9, Boca High 4: Mary Elizabeth Mahoney 4 goals. Naomi Sanders 4 goals. BH: Hayley Suizaci goal. WA 11-3. BH 7-10.

BOYS’ WATER POLO

• Boca High 14, Westminster Academy 10: BH: James Rivera 3 goals. Alex Vassallo 3 goals. WA: James Scasserra goal. WA 6-7.

BOYS’ LACROSSE

• Calvary Christian 19, Jupiter Christian 6: CC: David Salvatelli 8 goals. Dawson Allen 5 goals.

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