Bella De Almagro scores lone goal in American Heritage win over Viera

11/24/2013 12:03 AM

11/24/2013 12:05 AM

Bella De Almagro scored the game-winning goal to lead American Heritage past Viera High 1-0 in a girls’ soccer game Saturday.

De Almagro took an assist from Melanie Monteagudo and turned it into the game-clinching score.

Julia Kingsley played as big a role in the win as De Almagro did. The goalie came up clutch saves and record the shutout.

With the victory, the unbeaten Patriots improved to 12-0.

• American Heritage 1, Viera High 0: Bella De Almagro game-winning goal. Melanie Monteagudo assist. Julia Kingsley shutout. AH 12-0.

• Ransom Everglades 3, Trinity Prep 0: Jillian Awner 2 goals. Celine Ferraro goal, assist. Charlsey Zyne shutout.

• Palmer Trinity 7, LaSalle 4: Sarah Medina 4 goals, 2 assists. Alexa Copeland goal, 2 assists. Sophia Rivas goal. Carolina Casareigo goal. Victoria Rosales assist. Hailey Malueg assist. PT 7-3.

• Gulliver 8, Keys Gate 0: Monica Zabian 2 goals, assist. Tiffany Lusic 2 goals. Nicole Martinez goal. Brigitte Northland goal. Natalia Verde goal. Khara Vassell goal. Hansine Vexlund 2 assists. Samantha Earle 2 assists. Beatrice Garcia-Herrera assist. Nina Fernandez shutout. GUL 6-0-2.

•  Late Friday - North Broward Prep 1, Ransom Everglades 0: Morgan Sherman goal. Adrianna Dubay assist. NB 8-1-1.
•  Late Friday - Cardinal Gibbons 1, Somerset 1: KK Pawelczyk goal. CG 5-2-1.

BOYS’ SOCCER

• LaSalle 1, Palmer 0: Alejandro Nuñez goal. Bryan Defreitas assist. Gabriel Pineda shutout. LS 5-0-1.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

The 24th annual Kreul Classic will bring 28 teams together to compete in four brackets from Dec. 19-21 at the Coral Springs City Gymnasium.

Out of the 28 teams participating, 15 will be from out of state. Among the top teams traveling to South Florida to compete in the Classic are: Chicago De Le Salle, Brooklyn (N.Y.) South Shore, Mableton (Ga.) Whitefield Academy and Montgomery (Ala.) Carver.

Plano (Texas) Prestonwood Christian, another perennial powerhouse, returns to the tournament for the first time since 2009. Prestonwood captured the Kruel Classic title in 2009 behind the play of Julius Randle who is playing for the University of Kentucky.

The top local teams include: Deerfield Beach, Sagemont, Flanagan, St. Thomas Aquinas and Western.

Sagemont won the 2011 Class 2A state title and made an appearance in the 2012 final but fell to Tampa Prep.

This year, Sagemont is poised to make another deep run into the postseason with the additions of newcomers Prince Ali and Lance Crawford.

Ali is ranked the 59th-best prospect by ESPN and Crawford is ranked as the 32nd-best prospect in the state by Florida Hoops.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Despite Nicole Jimenez’s 27 points and 10 rebounds, Florida Christian dropped a tightly contested game with Gulliver 49-48.

Chloe Nixon led the way for Gulliver with 14 points, and Maja Stepanovic scored 10 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.

• Gulliver 49, Florida Christian 48: FC: Nicole Jimenez 27, 10 steals. Kisandra Martinez 7, 7 rebounds. Katherine Jim 5, 10 rebounds. GUL: Deutch 4, J. Pyatt 3, Bellingherri 7, M. Pyatt 2, Wirshing 7, Stjepanovic 12, Nixon 14.

• L ourdes 45, Krop 40: LOU: Jordan 19, Minervino 2, Sosa 2, Kunkel 3, Couto 4, Videl 10. KR (4-2): Oliver 5, Upshur 7, Broman 3, Alberts 6, Gay 19, Blot 5. Rebounds: Blot 9. Steals: Alberts 5. Assists: Upsher 8. Blocks: Blot 4.

• Late Friday - Krop 46, South Miami 42: KR (3-2): Oliver 2, Upshur 9, Broman 3, Alberts 12, Gay 17, Blot 2. SM: Brown 3, Cummings 7, Gil 7, Brown 8, Curtis 3, Evans 14. Rebounds: Upsher 11. Steals: Alberts 3. Assists: Upsher 7.

•  Late Friday - Miami 46, American 40 : MIA: Kimbrough 3, Mendoza 8, Reid 6, Sweeting 2, Alvin 8, A. Dukes 1, Mompremier 10, Jackson 8. AME: Jones 10, Smith 2, McCloud 19, David 6, Griffin 2, Williams Jo 1. Three-pointers: Mendoza 1, David 2, McCloud 5. Rebounds: Mompremier 14. Assists: Kimbrough 5. Steals: Reid 4. Blocks: 5.

MONDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Blanche Ely vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (Ely), 7:00

Boyd Anderson vs. Pines Charter (BA), 7:00

Cooper City vs. Cypress Bay (Cypress Bay), 7:00

Coral Glades vs. Nova (Nova), 7:00

Coral Springs vs. West Broward (West Broward), 7:00

Deerfield Beach vs. Pompano (Deerfield Beach), 7:00

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Blanche Ely vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (Ely), 500

Boyd Anderson vs. Pines Charter (BA), 5:00

Cooper City vs. Cypress Bay (Cypress Bay), 5:00

Coral Glades vs. Nova (Nova), 5:00

Coral Springs vs. West Broward (West Broward), 5:00

Deerfield Beach vs. Pompano (Deerfield Beach), 5:00

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Blanche Ely vs. Palm Beach Lakes (PB Lakes), 5:00

Boyd Anderson vs. South Broward (South Broward), 5:00

Cooper City vs. Everglades (Everglades), 7:00

Coral Glades vs. Coral Springs (Coral Springs), 4:00

Deerfield Beach vs. West Boca (Deerfield Beach), 7:00

Dillard vs. McArthur (Dillard), 5:00

Douglas vs. Monarh (Monarch), 5:00

BOYS’ SOCCER

Blanche Ely vs. Palm Beach Lakes (Ely), 5:00

Boyd Anderson vs. South Broward (BA), 5:00

Cooper City vs. Everglades (CC), 7:00

Coral Glades vs. Coral Springs (CG), 4:00

Deerfield Beach vs. West Boca (WB), 7:00

Dillard vs. McArthur (Dillard), 5:00

Douglas vs. Monarch (Douglas), 5:00

WRESTLING

Northeast vs. West Broward (West Broward), 4:00

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ SOCCER

Blanche Ely vs. Nova (Ely), 5:00

Cardinal Gibbons vs. Archbishop McCarthy (Cardinal Gibbons), 6:00

Coconut Creek vs. Pompano (Pompano), 5:00

Cypress Bay vs. Flanagan (Flanagan), 7:00

Douglas vs. Plantation (Plantation), 5:00

Everglades vs. West Broward (Everglades), 5:00

Fort Lauderdale vs. Mourning (Lauderdale), 4:00

Hallandale vs. South Plantation (Hallandale), 5:00

Hollywood Hills vs. Miramar (Miramar), 5:00

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Cardinal Gibbons vs. Archbishop McCarthy (McCarthy), 6:00

Coconut Creek vs. Pompano (Pompano), 5:00

Cypress Bay vs. Flanagan (Flanagan), 7:00

Douglas vs. Palm Beach Central (PB Central), 5:00

Everglades vs. West Broward (West Broward), 5:00

Hollywood Hills vs. Miramar (Hollywood Hills) 5:00

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