Garrett leads Ransom Everglades girls to Region 8-1A golf title

10/23/2013 12:35 AM

10/23/2013 12:40 AM

Ransom Everglades’ Carolina Garrett continued her dominant golf season Tuesday.

Her latest solid effort was enough to lead the Raiders back to the state tournament with the championship of the Region 8-1A meet at the Biltmore Golf Course.

Garrett shot a 71 to comfortably finish 11 strokes ahead of the rest of the field and lead Ransom to a score of 322. Katie Hanley, Alix Hamilton, Chloe Horton and Pheobe Bieber-Frankel finished third through sixth, respectively.

Carrollton also advanced to state as the team runner-up, shooting a 378 led by Tanya Eathakotti’s 82.

No Miami-Dade boys’ teams or individuals qualified for state.

Boys’ team qualifiers: 1. Westminster Academy 314; 2. Calvary Christian 324.

Boys’ individual results: 1. Jordan Gumberg (US) 73; 2. Stephen Lamay (CC) 74; 3. Sergio Escalante (CM) 77; 4. Jake Bieber-Frankel (RE) 78; 5. Jack Fumagalli (PT) 79; 6. Derrek Butts (CC) 80; Phillip Straus (RE) 80; Elijah Thompson (WA) 80; Brendon Abernethy (WA) 80; Jordan Mansour (WA) 80; 11. Zach Mendez (CC) 81; 12. Cory Duame (CC) 81.

Girls’ team qualifiers: 1. Ransom 322; 2. Carrollton 378.

Girls’ individual results: 1. Carolina Garrett (RE) 71; 2. Tanya Eathakotti (CAR) 82; 3. Katie Hanley (RE) 83; 4. Alix Hamilton (RE) 83; 5. Chloe Horton (RE) 85; 6. Phoebe Beiber-Frankel (RE) 88; 7. Gabriela Delgado (CAR) 91; 8. Charlotte Stott (CAR) 94; 9. Emma Persinger (CM) 95; 10. Andrea Delgado (CAR) 111; 11. Rachel Williams (CAR) 123; 12. Kaitlyn Leta (CalC) 134.

SWIMMING AND DIVING

Ransom Everglades dominated the District 12-1A swimming meet at its home pool, winning the boys’ and girls’ titles.

Laine Morgan and Alexa Kalandiak led the girls, winning two events each. Mati Junghahn won the 200 individual medley to lead the boys.

Boys’ team results: 1. Ransom Everglades 437; 2. Miami Country Day 289; 3. MAST 277; 4. Keys Gate 266; 5. Westminster Christian 186; 6. Coral Shores 168; 7. Riviera Prep 116; 8. Marathon 92; 9. La Salle 77; 10. Archimedean 50; 11. Island Christian 31.

Girls’ team results: 1. Ransom Everglades 530; 2. Miami Country Day 317; 3. Coral Shores 185; 4. Westminster Christian 184; 5. Riviera Prep 155; 6. Carrollton 150; 7. Keys Gate 137; 8. La Salle 135; 9. MAST 127; 10. Marathon 110; 11. Archimedean 35.

Girls’ individual results – 200 medley relay: Ransom 1:48.19; Miami Country Day 1:53.65; Keys Gate 2:02.76; 200 free: Katcher, Olivia (MCD) 1:51.93; Valls, Kyla (RE) 1:54.35; Schmidinger, Taylor (WC) 2:02.72; 200 IM: Kalandiak, Alexa (RE) 2:10.05; Verita, Carlotta (RE) 2:10.31; Meszaros, Alexandra (RE) 2:17.92; 50 free: Santander, Andrea (MCD) 24.59; Antonini, Isabella (LAS) 25.06; Johnson, Chelsea (RE) 25.14; 100 Fly: Kalandiak, Alexa (RE) 57.24; Meszaros, Alexandra (RE) 1:00.46; Grussmark, Camryn (RE) 1:01.85; 100 Free: Morgan, Laine (RE) 51.72; Santander, Andrea (MCD) 52.42; Valls, Annie (RE) 54.67; 500 Free: Katcher, Olivia (MCD) 5:02.31; Valls, Kyla (RE) 5:10.94; Mullery, Cara (MAST) 5:37.13; 200 Free Relay: Ransom 1:40.97; Miami Country Day 1:41.11; Westminster Christian 1:48.78; 100 Back: Morgan, Laine (RE) 58.17; Rivas, Sofia (RE) 1:00.90; Antonini, Isabella (LAS) 1:01.05; 100 Breast: Valls, Annie (RE) 1:04.90; Verita, Carlotta (RE) 1:09.72; Rodriguez, Emma (MCD) 1:10.75; 400 Free Relay: Ransom 3:39.69; Miami Country Day 3:55.23; Westminster Christian 3:58.54; Boys’ individual results - 200 medley relay: MAST 1:41.62; Keys Gate 1:45.82; Miami Country Day 1:47.47; 200 free: Zekthi, Evin (CS) 1:51.92; Cruz, Jonathan (KG) 1:58.20; Valdivia, Alex (MAST) 1:58.21; 200 IM: Junghahn, Mati (RE) 2:06.56; Goya, Alexis (MCD) 2:07.24; Marchesani, Alessandro (MCD) 2:09.14; 50 free: Watson, Wiley (MCD) 22.06; Norcini, Marcelo (RE) 22.54; Fernandez, Juan (MAST) 23.24; Diving: Miller, Miles (CS) 403.45; 100 Fly: Fernandes, Guy (MAST) 52.39; Goya, Alexis (MCD) 55.58; Zekthi, Evin (CS) 56.84; 100 Free: Junghahn, Nico (MAST) 49.04; Watson, Wiley (MCD) 49.57; Norcini, Marcelo (RE) 49.69; 500 Free: Robles, Mateo (KG) 5:08.49; Urrutia, Felipe (RE) 5:11.01; Valdivia, Alex (MAST) 5:21.21; 200 Free Relay: MAST 1:31.01; 2. Ransom 1:34.51; 3 Keys Gate 1:34.86; 100 Back: Fernandes, Guy (MAST) 53.74; Junghahn, Mati (RE) 58.67; Fernandes, Greg (MAST) 58.96; 100 Breast: Junghahn, Nico (MAST) 1:03.45; Marchesani, Alessandro (MCD) 1:05.80; Cisneros, Raul (IC) 1:06.74; 400 Free Relay: Ransom 3:28.00; Coral Shores 3:39.57; Westminster Christian 3:43.48.

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

•  District 16-3A – Westminster Christian d. Westwood Christian 25-8, 25-5, 25-5: Courtney Clausell 3 kills. Jackie Boulris 8 aces, 10 points. Sophia Poveda 3 aces, 3 digs. Quinn Blanco 4 assists, 2 digs. WC 22-4.

District 16-6A – TERRA d. Northwestern 25-15, 25-11, 25-13: Brooke McDermott 12 kills, 3 aces, 3 blocks. Jeselyn Santana 8 aces, assist. Carolina Ruiz 6 aces, kill, assist. TERRA 22-1.

•  District 16-8A – Palmetto d. Killian 25-18, 19-25, 25-19, 25-20: Kasandra Lopez 12 kills. Taylor David 12 kills. Erika Jacobs 8 kills.
•  District 16-4A – Gulliver d. Key West 25-14, 25-7, 25-13: Lauren Potter 13 kills, 5 aces, 3 digs. Caro Mengotti 6 aces, 4 kills, 5 digs. Cat Arnholt 4 aces, 3 kills, 21 assists, 4 digs. GUL 13-12.
•  District 16-8A – Coral Reef d. Sunset 25-16, 29-27, 25-16: Andrea Alespeiti 8 kills, 11 blocks. Kristine Rios 15 assists, 9 kills, 3 aces. Adara Anselmo 5 kills, 2 blocks, 2 aces. CR 19-7.
•  District 15-8A – Braddock d. Coral Park 14-25, 25-21, 25-18, 22-25, 15-11: Aishel Vega 14 assists, 4 aces, 6 digs. Dania Molina 15 digs. Laylah Arrechea 11 kills, 3 blocks.
•  District 14-8A – Miami Beach d. Miami High 25-14, 25-22, 18-25, 25-17: Brooke Klepper 19 kills, 5 blocks. Nicole Goetz 5 blocks. Pearl Keane 9 kills, 21 digs. Bianca Fernandez 42 digs. Isabela Osorio 20 points. MB 10-4.
•  District 14-8A – Hialeah d. Hialeah Gardens 25-13, 25-15, 25-17: Nahir Navarro 14 kills, 3 aces, 17 digs. Nini Johnson 7 kills, 3 blocks. Janeliz Martinez 36 assists, 3 aces. HIA 16-4.

District 16-7A – Hialeah-Miami Lakes d. North Miami Beach 25-18, 25-12, 25-21: Olivia Napoles 11 kills, 13 digs. Fatima Madlum 27 assists, 9 digs. Jessy Marquez 8 kills, 8 digs. Emily Garcia 15 digs. HML 11-7.

District 16-3A – Palmer Trinity d. Marathon 25-9, 25-16, 25-13: Danny Litkke 4 kills, 2 blocks, 34 assists. Ashley Quero 6 kills, block. Kallie Fox 3 aces, 10 digs. Grace Hibschman 7 kills, 3 blocks. PT 14-8.

•  District 15-6A – Mourning d. Carol City 25-7, 25-12, 25-17: Mary Shelow 10 kills, 9 aces, block. Molly Yao 4 kills, 3 aces, 12 assists. Amanda Rey 3 kills, 2 aces, 7 assists, 6 digs.
•  District 15-4A – Pace d. Mater Lakes 25-11, 25-21, 25-22: Christina Lujan 12 kills, 12 digs, 5 points. Cassandra Lemieux 7 aces, 9 points. Ashleigh Castro 5 digs, 3 aces, 9 points.
•  District 15-4A – La Salle d. MAST 25-14, 25-13, 25-14: Erica Stoodley 7 kills, 9 digs, 10 aces. Alexia Hirlemann 12 kills. Therese Vidal 25 assists, 3 digs. Camilla Latimer 4 kills, 5 aces.
•  District 16-2A – Princeton Christian d. Redland Christian 25-6, 25-17, 25-22: Tatiana Mullins 7 kills, 3 aces. Derreisha Coobs 10 assists, 4 aces. PC 10-10.
•  District 16-4A – Florida Christian d. Coral Shores 25-13 25-19 25-13: Brittany Beckelheimer 10 points, 6 kills, 2 blocks. Veronica Gomez 22 points, 14 assists. Katerina Rey 8 points, 7 kills, 11 assists.
•  District 15-3A – Dade Christian d. Archbishop Curley Notre Dame 25-17, 22-25, 25-17, 25-19: Amanda Socarras 21 digs, 6 aces. Chloe Sierra 6 assists, 4 kills. EmyJa James 11 digs, 3 kills. DC 7-6.

WEDNESDAY’S SCHEDULE

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

District 15-8A semifinals at Braddock: Ferguson vs. Southwest-Coral Gables winner, 5; Lourdes vs. Braddock-Coral Park winner, 7

District 16-4A semifinals at Ransom: Ransom-Keys Gate winner vs. Carrollton-St. Brendan winner, 4; Florida Christian-Coral Shores winner vs. Gulliver-Key West winner, 6

SWIMMING AND DIVING

District 12-2A at Gulliver: 2

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Norland vs. Booker T. (Traz), 7

Varela vs. Braddock (Tropical), 7

Coral Park at Coral Gables, 4

Miami High vs. Columbus (Curtis), 7

South Miami vs. Miami Beach (Memorial), 7

Palmetto at Southridge, 7

Hialeah Gardens vs. NMB (N. Miami), 7

Westland vs. Hialeah-Miami Lakes (Milander), 7

Highlands Christian at Barrington Christian (Harris), 7

Keys Gate at Somerset, 3

SFC first round: La Salle at Calvary Christian, 7

SFC first round: Archbishop Curley at Coral Springs Charter, 7

SFC consolation: Benjamin at Florida Christian, 7

SFC consolation: Ransom at St. Andrews, 7

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

District 14-8A final at Miami Beach: 7

District 16-8A final at South Dade: 6

District 16-7A final at Reagan: 7

District 15-6A final at Miami Springs: 7

District 15-4A final at La Salle: 7

District 15-3A semifinals at Sagemont: Doctors Charter-South Florida HEAT winner vs. Somerset-Sagemont winner, 5; Miami Country Day vs. Dade Christian-Curley winner, 7

District 16-3A final at Palmer Trinity: 7

District 14-2A final at Sheridan Hills Christian: 6

District 15-2A final at Miami Christian: 7:30

District 16-2A final at Princeton Christian: 6

CROSS-COUNTRY

District 15-4A at Larry and Penny Thompson Park – Girls: 2:30; Boys: 3.

District 16-3A at Larry and Penny Thompson Park – Girls: 4:30; Boys: 5.

District 15-2A at Mills Pond Park – Girls: 3; Boys: 3:30.

District 15-1A at Westminster Academy – Girls: 4; Boys: 4:45.

FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Central vs. Carol City (Traz), 7:30

Miami Springs vs. Mater Academy (Milander), 7:30

Southwest vs. Ferguson (Tropical), 7:30

Northwestern at Belle Glade Glades Central, 7:30

Mourning vs. American (N. Miami), 7:30

Jackson at Monsignor Pace, 7:30

Edison vs. Homestead (Harris), 7:30

Sunset at Belen, 4

Coral Springs Christian at Dade Christian, 7:30

Naples Golden Gate at Archbishop Carroll, 3:30

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

District 15-8A final at Braddock: 7

District 16-4A final at Ransom: 7

District 15-3A final at Sagemont: 7

CROSS-COUNTRY

District 16-4A at Larry and Penny Thompson Park – Girls: 8 a.m.; Boys: 8:45 a.m.

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