Sagemont boys’ basketball gets invited to New York tournament

03/12/2014 12:00 AM

03/12/2014 11:03 AM

Reigning Class 3A state champion Sagemont was among eight boys’ basketball teams selected for the DICK’S Sporting Goods High School National Tournament in New York on April 3-5.

The USA Today Super 25 No. 18 Lions (33-0) earned the invitation after becoming the first Broward team to finish the season undefeated. The Lions cleared their biggest hurdle to the Class 3A state crown by defeating then-MaxPreps No. 9 Jacksonville Providence and Duke-bound guard Grayson Allen in the state semifinals before dismissing Tampa Prep 78-59 in the 3A state championship game..

Sagemont was given the nod over USA Today Super 25 No. 9 Our Savior New American (N.Y.) for the final spot.

Sagemont draws reigning National Tournament champion Montverde, Florida's top-ranked team, in the first round at Christ the King High School in New York.

BASEBALL

Edgar Abreu pitched a complete-game shutout in Sagemont’s 3-0 victory over Westwood Christian on Tuesday.

Abreu allowed only five hits while striking out two batters.

Offensively for Sagemont, Stefan Revelo went 2 for 4 with an RBI, and Sean Iacono went 3 for 4 with a double.

• Sagemont 3, Westwood Christian 0: WP: Edgar Abreu complete-game shutout, 5 H, 2 K. Top performers: Stefan Revelo 2-4, RBI. Sean Iacono 3-4, 2B.

Jordan Hill struck out eight batters and picked up the win in Hollywood Hills’ 11-3 victory over Miramar.

Hill pitched a complete seven innings and improved to 2-2.

Joe Gibbs went 3 for 4 with three RBI. Jordan Maldonado went 2 for 5 with three RBI as well for the Spartans.

• Hollywood Hills 11, Miramar 3: WP: Jordan Hill (2-2) 7 IP, 8 K’s. LP: Mike Rodriguez. Top performers: HH: Joe Gibbs 3-4, 3 RBI. Jordan Maldonado 2-5, 3 RBI. MIR: Ricardo Amaya 2-3, HR. HH 4-5.

SOFTBALL

•  Calvary 16, Sheridan Hills 1: WP: A. Chang. LP: Dutiilio. Top performers: T. Deibel 3-3, 4 RBI. A. Chang CG, 4K’s. CC 4-6.
•  Chaminade-Madonna 17, Pinecrest 2: WP: McCabe (10-1) 7 IP, 5 K's. LP: Hesch. Top performers: CM: Becky Gillis 1-2, 2BB, 1 2B, 1 run, 3 RBI's. Mika Sheerin 1-1 , 1BB, 2 Runs, 2 SB. CM 13-3.

• TERRA 17, Homestead 2: WP: Tayler Sanchez (7-2) 9 strikeouts, 1 RBI, 2 runs. Top performers: Amanda Portal 2-2, triple, 1 RBI, 3 runs. Oceana Camejo 1-2, HR, 3 RBI, 2 runs. Aaliyah Jolly 3-3, 3 runs.

•  Doral 15, Jackson 0: WP Jennifer Acevedo (4-1) 4 IP, 10 K’s, 0 H, 1 HBP. Top performers: Samantha Lageyre 2-2, HR, 2 RBI, 2 R. Adriana Sotolongo 2-2, 2 RBI. Valery Manzini 2-3, 2B, 2 RBI.
•  Miami Country Day 23, Archbishop Curley 2: WP: Taylor Sennett (4-1). Top Performers: Monica Howard 2 hits, 2 RBI, 2 Runs. Taylor Sennett 5-5, 2 2B, 4 RBI, 4 Run. Jackie Lash 2 Hits, 3B, 4 RBI, 2 Runs. MCD 5-1.

CROSS-COUNTRY

North Broward Prep distance standout Jack Klumpp has made an oral commitment to American University. Klumpp made his second consecutive All-Broward boys’ cross-country first team after finishing fourth at the FHSAA Class 2A state finals last November.

As a junior he finished fifth in the 1,600 meters and seventh in the 3,200 at the FHSAA Class 2A state track finals.

FABIAN LYON

BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL

• Archbishop McCarthy d. West Broward 25-19, 25-11, 25-14: Joe Figueroa 10 points, 2 aces, 6 kills, 35 assists. Luis Vazquez 16 points, 5 aces, 16 digs, 6 kills. Nick Covone 9 kills. AMC 2-0.

•  American Heritage d. Pine Crest 26-24, 25-21, 25-19: PC: Marco Levy 41 digs, ace. PC 1-1. AH: Greg Holodak 9 kills, 2 blocks, 6 points, ace. Tyler Gordon 8 kills, block, 11 points, 2 aces. Dave Dulay 5 kills, block, 8 points, 2 aces.
•  South Broward d. Deerfield Beach 25-8, 25-17, 25-14: Adam Roberti 25 assists, 13 points, 2 aces, 2 kills.

BOYS’ WATER POLO

•  Ransom Eeverglades 13, St. Thomas Aquinas 8: Harry Tafur 5 goals. Carter Shoer 3 goals. STA: Eric Goldenberg 5 goals.
•  Hialeah Gardens 7, Riviera Prep 3.

GIRLS’ WATER POLO

Madison Burachio scored the game-winning goal in overtime to lift Cooper City past Cardinal Gibbons 13-12.

Ronit Ben-Joseph scored a game-high six goals for the Cowboys.

•  Cooper City 13, Cardinal Gibbons 12 (OT): CC: Ronit Ben-Joseph 6 goals. Madison Burachio game winner in OT. CC 3-6.
•  Ransom Everglades 18, St. Thomas Aquinas 3: Sofia Carrera-Justiz 6 goals. Chelsea Johnson 4 goals. Katie Pfleger 3 goals.

BOYS’ TENNIS

•  University School 6, Cardinal Gibbons 1: 1. Ryan Khan (US) beat Chris Ernewein (CG) 8-0. 2. Michael Heller (US) beat Jeremy Soong (CG) 8-3. 3. Mark Fedotovskiy (US) beat Dominique Northecide (CG) 8-5. 4. Matthew Luna (US) beat Jabari Cole (CG) 8-1. 5. Alec Zager (US) beat Taylor Gagne (CG) 9-7. Doubles: 1. Ryan Khan & Michael Heller (US) beat Chris Ernewein & Jeremy Soong (CG) 8-4. 2. Jeremy Soong & Miguel Mendoza (CG) beat Augusto Cedeño & Evan Gutkin (US) 8-2.
•  Taravella 6, Monarch 1: Caio Henriques 8-6. Ryan Moed 8-0. Alexander Restrepo 8-4. Brian Kaam 8-2. Nicholas Desmornes 8-4. MON 3-7.
•  Somerset 5, Archbishop McCarthy 2: 1. Dimitri salzman AMHS d. Brandon Shanklin 9-7. 2.Renaldo Golindano SA D. Andrew Puglisi 9-8 (7-4). 3. Fabian LaFontant AMHS D. Daniel Austidillo 8-5. 4. Andres Austidillo SA D. Chris wheeler-Sabatino 8-2. 5. Andreas Golindano SA D. Luis Gallego 8-1. 1D. Shanklin/D. Austidillo SA d. Salzmann/Puglisi 8-2. 2D. R. Golindo/andres Austidillo SA d. Wheeler-Sabatino/Paniagua 8-0.

• MAST 7, Braddock 0: Richie Torres won for MAST. MAST 3-3-1.

•  LaSalle 7, Coral Shores 0: 1. Sebastian Felder 8-4. 2. Patricio Hernandez-Pons 8-0. 3. Andres Garcia 8-0. 4. Felipe Pineiro 8-1. 5. Hugo Heinz 8-0. Doubles: 1. Patricio Hernandez-Pons and Andres Garcia 8-6. 2. Felipe Pineiro and Anthony Rusch 8-4.
•  Palmetto 7, Reagan 0: #1 Alec Petrovic defeated Juan Villasmil 8-6. #2 Danny Trainor defeated Bryan Espinosa 8-1. #3 Matej Holy defeated Diego Mateluna 8-3. #4 Mark Hellinger defeated Erick Diaz 8-1. #5 Marko Petrovic defeated Daniel Bermudez 8-2. PAL 7-0.
•  Hebrew 7, SLAM 0: #1 Gabi Apoj 8-0. #2 Shane Herskowitz 8-0. #3 Zack Masin 8-0. #4 Caleb Katz 8-0. #5 David Lurie 8-0. Doubles: Gabi Apoj and Zack Masin 8-0. Shane Herskowitz and Caleb Katz 8-4. HA 2-1.
•  Ferguson 6, Miami High 1: #1 K. Cubela (M) d. J. Ortega (F) 8-6. #2 J. Disotuar (F) d. M. Fernandez 8-4. #3 G. Guzman (F) d. M. Elguera (M) 9-8. #4 A.Torrecillas (F) d. R.Valdez (M) 8-0. #5 N.Rivero (F) d. L.Rojas (M) 8-3. Doubles: #1 Ortega/Disotuar (F) d. Cubela/ Fernandez (M) 8-6. #2 Guzman/Reinoso (F) d. Rojas/Valdez (M) 8-2.

GIRLS’ TENNIS

• University School 4, Cardinal Gibbons 3: 1. Danielle Obolevitch (US) beat Shelby Groeneveld (CG) 9-7. 2. Leah Bush (US) beat Carly Landi (CG) 8-0. 3. Natalie Benayoun (US) beat Loretta Norton (CG) 8-1. 4. Kaylee Witschen (US) beat Gaby Harmon (CG) 8-2. 5. Carly VanSoiver (CG) beat Amelia Meles (US) 9-7. Doubles: 1. Leah Bush & Rachel Guttman (US) beat Shelby Groeneveld & Carly Landi (CG) 8-3. 2. Loretta Norton & Gaby Harmon (CG) beat Amber Czinn & Shelby Kahn (US) 8-3.

•  Monarch 5, Taravella 2: Melissa Ramirez-Alvarez 8-0. Jennifer Nguyen 8-1. Vakeria Mantilla 8-3. Jennifer DeSouza 8-1. Sherisia Gibbs 8-5. Doubles: Nguyen/Mantilla 8-0. MON 5-4.
•  Archbishop McCarthy 6, Somerset 1: 1.Kelsey Berman AMHS d. Meghan Horowitz 8-4. 2. Erica Ponce SA d. Antonella Castillo 8-4. 3. Gloria Cabrero AMHS d. Patricia Mendez 8-4. 4. Paola Gonzalez AMHS d. Fernanda Urdipilleta 8-3. 5. Jessica Menendez AMHS d. Natalia Wollschlager 8-3. 1d. Berman/Cabrero AMHS d. Horowitz /ponce 8-5. 2d. Castillo/Gonzalez AMHS d. Mendez/Urdipilleta 8-5.

• MAST 6, Braddock 1: Chrissy Texidor won. Gabriella Mercado won. Sonsoles Lopez won. MAST 3-3-1.

•  Coral Shores 4, LaSalle 3: LS: 1. Kristine Garcia 8-4. 2. Alina Montoto def. Juliana Pena 9-7. Doubles: 1. Kristina Garcia and Alina Montoto 8-6.
•  Palmetto 7, Reagan 0: #1 Cary Milanes defeated Johanna Chang 8-0. #2 Sophia Dao defeated Natalia Roman 8-1. #3 Olivia Schuitema defeated Fabiola Medina 8-0. #4 Marina Vonzimmerman defeated Melanie Deandrade 8-1. #5 Devin Apollon defeated Sabrina Bonnice 8-0. PAL 6-0.
•  Hebrew 4, SLAM 0: #1 Liora Afriat 8-0. #2 Kayla Herskowitz 8-0. #3 Kayla Sedighim 8-0. Doubles: Liora Afriat and Kayla Herskowitz 8-3. HA 1-2.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

Seven different Cardinal Gibbons players scored en route to a 13-12 Chiefs victory over opposing Cardinal Newman.

Katie Diamond led all scorers with three goals. Lia Alvarez, Caroline Kemp, Meghan Moran and Michele Miggins each scored two goals. Susanne Seiler and Rene Somerville added one goal apiece in the narrow win.

Defensively, Meghan Moran registered 14 ground balls.

•  Cardinal Gibbons 13, Cardinal Newman 12: CG: Lia Alvarez 2 goals. Caroline Kemp 2 goals. Katie Diamond 3 goals. Meghan Moran 2 goals. Susanne Seiler goal. Michele Miggins 2 goals. Rene Somerville goal. Meghan Moran 14 ground balls.
•  University School 9, South Plantation 8: Ema Rose 2 goals. Isabella Cianci 3 goals. Valentina Rivera 6 saves. SP 3-4.
•  Cooper City 6, West Broward 5: WB: Juliette Cusano 2 goals. Kayla Fischman goal, assist. Arielle Jonas goal, assist. WB 2-5.
•  St. Thomas Aquinas 17, St. Andrews 5: Chloe Mujwit 4 goals, assist. Ali Deekhuizen 3 goals, 2 assists. Carley Adams 3 goals, 2 assists. STA 6-1.

BOYS’ LACROSSE

•  University School 16, American Heritage 1: Brice Arvon 2 goals, assist. Cole Bianco shutdown defense. Daniel Harris holding to 0 goals in first half.
•  Columbus 19, Gulliver Prep 15: GP: Pierce Bailey 6 goals. COL: Michale Bulnes 3 goals, assist. Nicky Cuintarios 3 goals. JoJo Rousseau 2 goals, assist. GP 3-3. COL 6-1.

GIRLS’ FLAG FOOTBALL

•  Hebrew Academy 33, Hialeah Education Academy 6: Sarina Abramowitz 157 yds passing, 4 tds, 3 extra points. Florencia Chami 5 TD, 2 INT, 1 extra point, 186 total yards.Yael Rosenberg 4 flag pulls. HA 1-0.
•  Mater Academy 44, International Studies 0: Silvia Diaz pass TD, 1 Rush TD, 1 Int returned for TD. Alondra Angulo 3 passing TD. Solamy Galvez 1 Receiving TD, 1 Rushing TD. MA 1-0.

BADMINTON

•  Palmetto 6, Killian 4: Boys’ singles: William Cupo (Pal) lost to Jack (Kill) 7-21, 7-12. Sy Lam (Pal) lost to Jason (Kill), 16-21, 16-21. Boys’ doubles: Jeffrey Li and Aaron Mares (Pal) d. Jake and Justin (Kill) 21-8, 21-9. Ryan Perez and Yujia Zhou (Pal) d. Leo and Keith (Kill), 22-20, 17-21, 21-18. Girls’ singles: Mia Lam (Pal) lost to Morgan (Kil), 19-21, 14-21. Rebecca Landsea (Pal) lost to Cristina (Kill), 11-21, 14-21. Girls’ doubles: Tahlia Quartin and Morgan Lang (Pal) d. Michelle and Stephanie (Kill), 22-20, 21-16. Anqi Liu and Tiffany Chen (Pal) d. Natalie and Jennifer (Kill), 19-21, 21-13, 21-5. Mixed doubles: Marcos Muiña and Wendy Lau (Pal) d. Daniel and Jessica (Kill), 21-12, 21-5. Jorge Martin and Kathleen Lu (Pal) d. Gio and Kim (Kill), 18-21, 21-17, 21-13.

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

BASEBALL

Carol City vs. Miami Springs (MSP), 3:30

Miami Country Day vs. Hialeah Edu., 3:30

Mourning vs. Norland, 3:30

Marathon vs. Archbishop Carroll, 3:30

Braddock vs. Coral Gables, 3:30

Southwest vs. Ferguson, 3:30

Curley vs. Palmer Trinity, 4:00

South Miami vs. Columbus, 6:30

Westland Hialeah vs. Goleman, 6:30

Champagnat vs. SLAM, 7:00

BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL

Greater Miami vs. Ransom, 3:00

Southwest vs. Ferguson, 5:00

Coral Park vs. Coral Gables, 5:00

LaSalle vs. Belen Jesuit, 5:30

Florida Christian vs. Columbus, 7:15

SLAM Charter vs. Varela, 7:15

Monsignor Pace vs. HML, 3:30

SOFTBALL

Northwestern vs. Mourning, 3:00

Mater Academy vs. Hialeah Gardens, 3:30

American vs. Miami Central, 3:30

Norland vs. Homestead, 3:30

HML vs. North Miami Beach, 3:30

Southwest vs. South Miami, 3:30

Ferguson vs. Coral Gables, 3:30

North Miami vs. Jackson, 3:30

Westland Hialeah vs. Reagan, 3:30

Krop vs. Southridge, 4:00

Posnack vs. Palmer Trinity, 4:00

Coral Reef vs. Westminster Chri., 7:00

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