TEAM OF THE WEEK
Led by three touchdown passes by quarterback Stephen Calvert, two of which went to Montray Smith and Nayquan Wright, Carol City’s football team scored a big road win over West Palm Beach Oxbridge Academy 27-14.
ATHLETES OF THE WEEK
Emmett Rice, Norland, football: Rice had five sacks to lead a dominant defensive performance in a 31-0 shutout of American.
Raymond Flanders, Booker T. Washington, football: Flanders caught seven passes for 200 yards and three touchdowns in a 41-0 win over Monsignor Pace.
Blake Miller, Palmer Trinity, football: Miller ran for 225 yards and three touchdowns on 14 carries against Highlands Christian in a 37-0 win.
Sophia Sires, St. Brendan, girls’ volleyball: Sires had 37 assists to lead the Sabres to a win over Palmer Trinity.
Alejandra Rodriguez, Divine Savior, girls’ volleyball: Rodriguez had 18 kills and 11 digs to lead the Sharks over Riviera Prep.
Humberto Freire, Columbus, boys’ cross-country: Freire ran a time of 16:25.55 to secure the Youth Fair Invitational championship and lead the Explorers to the team title.
Lauren Archer, Ransom Everglades, girls’ cross-country: Archer ran a time of 19:21.69 to win the Youth Fair Invitational championship.
Che Davis, Dr. Krop, boys’ swimming and diving: Davis won the 100 and 200 free to lead the Lightning to a win over Hialeah.
Jessica Rodriguez, Hialeah Gardens, girls’ swimming and diving: Rodriguez won the 500 freestyle and 100 breaststroke to lead the Gladiators to a win over Southwest.
Cole Castro, South Dade, boys’ golf: Castro shot a 35 to lead the Bucs to a win over Killian, and another 35 earlier in the week to win medalist honors in a meet that included Columbus and Palmetto.
Alexa Rivas, Palmetto, girls’ golf: Rivas shot a 38 to propel the Panthers past Carrollton and a 39 to lead them to a win over Miami Beach.
Liam Reloba, Miami Christian, boys’ bowling: Reloba bowled a 691 high series in a win against Hialeah Educational.
Vanessa Perez, Ferguson, girls’ bowling: Perez bowled a 477 high series to lead the Falcons over Reagan.