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Heritage boys’ volleyball defeats West Broward

 

Last week’s best performances

TEAM OF THE WEEK

Freshman star Karla Mendez won at No. 2 singles and sophomore Karly Cash won at No. 1 singles to help the Pines Charter girls’ tennis team win four of five singles matches and defeat Fort Lauderdale 4-1 in the Class 3A regional second round.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

John Decker, Pine Crest, boys’ track: Decker won the 800 meters, the 1,600 and anchored the winning 3,200 relay team and the runner-up 1,600-relay team at the District 15-2A championships.

Jillian Healy, St. Thomas Aquinas, softball: Healy’s go-ahead, three-run home run in the sixth held up as the Class 7A No. 1 Raiders beat Class 8A No. 6 Cooper City 5-4 in the inaugural BCAA Big 8 softball championship.

Gentry Fortuno, Flanagan, baseball: The 6-3 right-hander struck out eight in seven innings to lead the Falcons over Archbishop McCarthy 2-1.

Angela Hogan, Cypress Bay, flag football: Hogan threw for 165 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Lightning (4-4) over rival West Broward 25-0.

Richard Cook, South Broward, boys’ water polo: Cook had two goals and 21 saves to lead the Bulldogs over Deerfield Beach 6-5.

Sara Carroll, Highlands Christian, girls’ track: The freshman sensation won the 100 hurdles, the 300 hurdles and the high jump to lead the Knights to the District 14-1A girls’ team title.

Kris Goettert, McArthur, boys’ volleyball: Goettert had 21 kills, 15 points and 11 blocks to lead the Mustangs (10-3) over Pines Charter.

Roger Pettingell, Calvary Christian, boys’ track: Pettingell won the 200 meters, finished second in the 100 and led the winning 400-meter relay team to help the Eagles win the District 15-2A boys’ team title.

Julia Montgomery, Pine Crest, girls’ track: The sophomore star won the 1,600 meters, finished second in the 3,200 and led the 3,200 relay team to second place to pace the Panthers to the District 15-2A girls’ team title.

Alexa Rivera, Archbishop McCarthy, flag football: Rivera caught two touchdowns to lead the Mavericks over South Plantation 21-16.

Lawrence Barnes, Coral Springs Christian, boys’ track: Barnes won the long jump and high jump to lead the Crusaders to the District 14-1A boys’ team title.

Camilo Escobar, Sagemont, boys’ tennis: Escobar won at No. 1 singles to lead the reigning Class 1A state champion Lions past Boca St. Andrews 5-0 in the second round of the 1A regional playoffs.

Amanda Flynn, Coral Springs Charter, softball: Flynn went 3 for 4 with a triple and five RBI to lead the Panthers over Merritt Island 10-0 in the Historic Dodgertown Tournament.

Brandon Bogumill, Cooper City, boys’ water polo: Bogumill had five goals and four assists to lead the Cowboys (12-4) over Western 19-7.

Kimani Rushing, Hallandale, girls’ track: Rushing won the 100 hurdles, the 300 hurdles and the triple jump at the District 15-2A championships.

Casey McCracken, Westminster Academy, boys’ track: McCracken won the 1,600 meters, the 3,200 and led the winning 3,200 relay team to help the Lions win the District 15-1A boys’ team title.

Stefano Rivera, St. Thomas Aquinas, boys’ volleyball: Rivera had 31 assists, 11 points and four aces to lead the Raiders (17-2) over Western in three sets.

Kristi Isabelle, South Florida HEAT, girls’ track: Isabelle won the 100 hurdles, the 300 hurdles and finished second in the triple jump to lead the HEAT to the District 15-1A championships.


Greg Holodak registered 20 kills, seven digs, five blocks and six points to lead the American Heritage boys’ volleyball team into a three-set victory over West Broward on Monday.

Tyler Gordon had 15 kills, four blocks, nine digs and eight points for the Patriots (6-3). Eric Rice added 37 assists, digs and five points.

• American Heritage d. West Broward (25-19, 25-19, 25-20): Greg Holodak 20 kills, 7 digs, 5 blocks,6 points, ace. Tyler Gordon 15 kills, 4 blocks, 9 digs, 8 points, ace. Eric Rice 37 assists, 4 digs, 5 points. AHS 6-3 (3-2).

• St. Thomas Aquinas d. Pine Crest (25-8, 25-21, 25-8): Jed Rojas kill, 6 points, ace. Nico Dominguez kill, 2 blocks. Nicolas Hernandez 2 kills, 3 digs, 3 points. STA 18-2 (5-0).

• Taravella d. Douglas (25-19,25-21,25-23): Mariano Penini 18 kills, 2 blocks. TAR 11-1.

• Monarch d. Pompano (25-12, 25-20, 25-13): John Weber 3 kills, block. Kyle Robertson 4 points, 3 digs. MON 12-6.

SOFTBALL

• Chaminade Madonna 13, Pine Crest 5:

PC 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 — 5 7 4

CM 5 0 1 2 0 5 — 13 10 3

WP: McCabe (17-4) CG, 5 K’s. LP: Estare.

Top Performers: CM: Jackie Yao 2-5, 2 BB, 3SB, 3 Runs, 3 RBI. Danica McCabe 3-4, 2 runs, 3 RBI. CM 19-5. SB 10-12.

GIRLS’ TRACK AND FIELD

• Late Friday—1. Highlands Christian 257, 2. Coral Springs Christian 202, 3. FAU High 96, 4. Boca Raton Christian 45, 5. Village Academy 14: 100 Meter Dash: 1. Julia Carney (HC) 28.23, 2. Jahnee Robertson (FA) 28.89, 3. Nicole Paul (FA) 29.51. 400 Meter: 1. Sawyer Petreccia (HC) 1:08.15, 2. Mia Dibello (FA) 1:08.71, 3. Rayn Ramclam (CSC) 1:08.91. 800 Meter Run: 1. Emily Edmunds (CSC) 2:45.69, 2. Bethany Hubbard (HC) 2:48.34. 3. Jenna Schuppener (BRC) 2:54.43. Girls 1600 Meter Run: 1. Emily Edmunds (CSC) 5:57.82, 2. Jasmine Hincapie (BRC) 5:58.01, 3. Jasmine Arvizu (FA) 6:10.87. 3200 Meter Run: 1. Jasmine Hincapie (BRC) 13:14.08, 2. Anna Tauzer (CSC) 14:03.02, 3. Melissa Gomez (BRC) 14:03.37. 100 Meter Hurdles: 1. Sara Carroll (HC) 16.32, 2. Jenna Sullivan (HC) 17.93, 3. Danielle Ledesma (HC) 18.47. 300 Meter Hurdles: 1. Sara Carroll (HC) 51.23, 2. Danielle Ledesma (HC) 55.85, 3. Jenna Sullivan (HC) 56.30. 4x100 Meter Relay: 1. FAU High 53.92, 2. Coral Springs Christian 54.48, 3. Highlands Christian 57.47. 4x400 Meter Relay: 1. Highlands Christian 4:32.39, 2. Coral Springs Christian 4:45.81, 3. FAU High 5:05.06. 4x800 Meter Relay: 1. Coral Springs Christian 11:47.57, 2. FAU High 12:19.70, 3. Highlands Christian 12:33.76. High Jump: 1. Sara Carroll (HC) 1.57m, 2. Julia Lindbergh(CSC) 1.52m, 3. Camryn Stephens (HC) 1.32m. Pole Vault: 1. Bernice Ford (HC) 2.74m, 2. Kirsten Vanhoutteghem (CSC) 2.43m, 3. Jasmine Roig (CSC) 2.43m. Long Jump: 1. Nicole Paul (FA) 4.52m, 2. Robyn Hage (HC) 4.45m, 3. Bernice Ford (HC) 4.42m. Triple Jump: 1. Julia Lindbergh (CSC) 9.25m, 2. Bethany Hubbard (HC) 9.24m, 3. Robyn Hage (HC) 9.11m. Shot Put: 1. Keeana Spivey (VA) 8.95m, 2. Taylor Mineo(HC) 8.63m, 3. Sydney Blackburn (HC) 7.41m. Discus Throw: 1. Taylor Mineo (HC) 23.19m, 2. Maddie Lawhon(HC) 23.11m, 3. Daphne Ebenhack (HC) 20.57m.

BOYS’ TRACK AND FIELD

• Late Friday—1. Coral Springs Christian 245, 2. Highlands Christian 213, 3. Boca Raton Christian 54, 4. Summit Christian 39, 5. Village Academy 32, 6. FAU High 24, 7. Trinity Christian (LW) 14: 100 Meter Dash: 1. Christopher Julien (HC) 11.21, 2. Kemani Reid (CSC) 11.22, 3. Denzle Latty (CSC) 11.51. 200 Meter Dash: 1. Christopher Julien (HC) 22.80, 2. Kemani Reid (CSC) 22.82, 3. Rodley Jolicoeur (VA) 23.63. 400 Meter Dash: 1. Steven Ludwig (HC) 53.32, 2. Bryce Burford (SC) 54.22, 3. Jean Constant (VA) 54.84. 800 Meter Run: 1. Hunter Walton (HC) 2:07.18, 2. Justin Ebenhack (HC) 2:09.22, 3. Rubens Denis (VA) 2:09.75. 1600 Meter Run: 1. Charles Otto (BCR) 4:38.27, 2. Tucker Hindle (BRC) 4:47.70, 3. Mathew Swanson (SC) 4:52.79. 3200 Meter Run: 1. Charles Otto (BRC) 10:39.83, 2.Ryan Szklany (HC) 10:40.69, 3. Tucker Hindle (BRC) 10:55.19. 110 Meter Hurdles: 1. Dominic Hill (CSC) 16.60, 2. Dexter Vedrine (HC) 18.39, 3. Star Thomas (CSC) 18.63. 300 Meter Hurdles: 1. Star Thomas (CSC) 44.01, 2. Dominc Hill(CSC) 44.3, 3. Steffert Spencer (TC) 44.38. 4x100 Meter Relay: 1. Coral Springs Christian 44.19, 2. Highlands Christian 52.86, 3. FAU High 54.77. 4x400 Meter Relay: 1. Highlands Christian 3:40.51, 2. Coral Springs Christian 3:52.45, 3. Boca Raton Christian 3:57.59. 4x800 Meter Relay: 1. Highlands Christian 9:07.25, 2. Summit Christian 9:22.44, 3. Coral Springs Christian 9:25.25. High Jump: 1. Lawrence Barnes (CSC) 1.77m, 2. Rey Bobb (CSC) 1.67m, 2. Kevin Clark (CSC) 1.67m. Pole Vault: 1. Mason Ellard (CSC) 2.89m, 2. Scott Bush (HC) 2.43m, 3. Joshua Walker (HC) 8-00.00 2.43m. Long Jump: 1. Lawrence Barnes(CSC) 6.03m, 2. Steven Ludwig (HC) 5.66m, 3. Alaowei Talent (CSC) 5.61m. Triple Jump: 1. Herman Robinson (HC) 11.65m, 2. Star Thomas (CSC) 11.48m, 3. Michael Julien (HC) 11.47m. Shot Put: 1. Abule Abadi(CSC) 12.83m, 2. Alaowei Talent (CSC) 12.16m, 3. Will Kelly (FA) 11.20m. Discus Throw: 1. Alaowei Talent (CSC) 35.12m, 2. Abule Abadi (CSC) 29.87m, 3. Dexter Vedrine (HC) 29.59m.

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

SOFTBALL

District 14-7A semifinals at Monarch: Fort Lauderdale vs. Blanche Ely, 3; Monarch vs. Northeast, 5

District 15-7A semifinals at St. Thomas Aquinas: Nova vs. Hollywood Hills, 5; St. Thomas vs. South Broward, 7

District 16-5A semifinals at Archbishop McCarthy: Coconut Creek vs. Pompano Beach, 4;American Heritage vs. McCarthy-Gibbons winner, 7

District 14-3A semifinal at Highlands Christian: Coral Springs Christian vs. Highlands Christian, 7

TENNIS

State championships in Altamonte Springs and Casselberry

TRACK AND FIELD

District 15-3A at Archbishop McCarthy: 4

BOYS’ WATER POLO

District 12 at Pines Charter – Semifinals: 11 a.m.; Final: 5.

GIRLS’ WATER POLO

District 12 at Pines Charter – Semifinals: 9 a.m.; Final: 3.

BOYS’ LACROSSE

District 24 semifinals at Calvary Christian: Douglas vs. Cardinal Gibbons, 5; Pine Crest vs. Calvary Christian, 7

District 30 semifinals at Pines Charter: University at Western, 5; American Heritage vs. St. Thomas Aquinas, 7:30

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

District 30 semifinal: American Heritage at Western, 5

BASEBALL

American Prep Academy vs. SLAM Charter, 3:30

Highlands Christian vs. Brito Miami (Dade-North), 7:00

Chaminade-Madonna vs. Florida Christian, 7:00

Coconut Creek vs. Blanche Ely, 6:30

Cooper City vs. Deerfield Beach, 6:30

Coral Glades vs. Hollywood Hills, 6:30

Plantation vs. Coral Springs, 6:30

Cypress Bay vs. Miramar, 6:30

Cooper City vs. Deerfield Beach, 6:30

Fort Lauderdale vs. Stranahan, 6:30

West Boca Raton vs. McArthur, 6:30

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