High School Sports

Pine Crest girls swim past Bolles for first time

Two storied swim teams met up in Fort Lauderdale on Friday afternoon and one made history as the Pine Crest girls’ team beat Jacksonville Bolles 160-149 in a dual meet for the first time.

Bolles is the most decorated swim program in the state, winning 29 girls’ state championships and 37 on the boys side.

Pine Crest has won 27 girls’ state team titles (none since 1990 mostly because of Bolles) and 16 in boys with the last coming in 1987.

▪ Pine Crest 160, Jacksonville Bolles 149 — 200 medley relay: Pine Crest (A.Lyn, H.Virgin, A.Santander, M.Ciesla) 1:48.02; 200 free: A.Meszaros (PC) 1:55.15; 200 IM: A.Santander (PC) 2:08.47; 50 free: M.Ciesla (PC) 23.41; Diving: J.Pozzuoli (PC) 260.80; 100 fly: A. Meszaros (PC) 57.10; 100 free: M.Ciesla (PC) 52.81; 500 free: A.Santander (PC) 5:05.98; 200 free relay: Pine Crest (M.Ciesla, A.Meszaros, H.Virgin, M.Brannan) 1:39.53; 100 back: A.Wilder (Bol) 58.71; 100 breast: K.Baker (Bol) 1:08.31; 400 free relay: Pine Crest (A.Santander, M.Brannan, A.Lyn, A.Meszaros) 3:35.35.

FOOTBALL

▪ Western at Flanagan PPD: Bad weather in western Pembroke Pines halted Friday night’s game at the end of the first quarter with the host Falcons holding a 12-0 lead. The District 12-8A game had to be postponed, however, as two of the six light poles went out leaving not enough light to continue.

The two teams will move to Western on Saturday night at 6 to conclude the game.

Entering Friday’s game, Flanagan had outscored Western 194-30 and had won each of the past five meetings. The Wildcats hadn’t defeated Flanagan since a 14-0 win in 2008.

DAVE BROUSSEAU

▪ Chaminade-Madonna at Monsignor Pace canceled: The much anticipated game between the visiting Lions and Pace was initially postponed before being canceled. Chaminade led 7-0 as it scored on its lone series of the game before officials stepped. in.

RUSSELL QUINOA

▪ Palmer Trinity 27, Hilel 9: Tge Falcons opened conference play in the Florida Independant Football Conference with a big win as senior quarterback Dylan DiBello tossed a pair of touchdown passes and also ran one in. One of DiBello’s scoring passes was a 99-yard throw to junior Tyler Farias.

▪ Saturday’s schedule: Edison at Braddock, 10 a.m.; Flanagan at Western, 6; Central vs. Booker T. (Traz), 7; Columbus vs. Belen (Tropical), 7. Monday: Hialeah Westland at Goleman, 4.

CROSS-COUNTRY

Columbus junior Deshay Fernandes and Southridge freshman Rahyah Andressohn continued their stellar seasons with victories Friday at the Junior Orange Bowl Invitational at Larry and Penny Thompson Park.

Fernandes ran a time of 16:35.19 to top the boys’ field and win the individual title. Fernandes finished just over seven seconds ahead of Ferguson’s Guillermo Rojas, who placed second in 16:42.24. Andressohn bested the field with a time of 19:28.59 to finish over 18 seconds ahead of Ransom’s Beatriz Ruan, who finished the runner-up with a time of 19:46.96.

Belen Jesuit cruised to the boys’ team title with 29 points, while Northwestern won the girls’ team title ahead of Ransom Everglades.

ANDRE C. FERNANDEZ

▪ Boys’ team scores: 1. Belen 29, 2. Coral Gables 161, 3. Doral 167, 4. TERRA 218, Coral Park 220. Individuals: 1. Deshay Fernandes (COL) 16:35.19; 2. Guillermo Rojas (FER) 16:42.24; 3. Cavan Wilson (CG) 16:52.78; 4. Andy Del Valle (FC) 17:18.26; 5. Alec Cuevas (COL) 17:21.06.

▪ Girls’ team scores: 1. Northwestern 102, 2. Ransom 171, 3. Gulliver 174, 4. Divine Savior 194, 5. Florida Christian 202. Individuals: 1. Rahyah Andressohn (SR) 19:28.59; 2. Beatriz Ruan (RE) 19:46.96; 3. Jordan Shapiro (PAL) 19:49.30; 4. Maria Fernandez (DOR) 20:17.45; 5. Jazmyn Martinez (FER) 20:35.84.

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

▪ American Heritage d. South Broward 25-15, 25-23, 29-27: Laura Perez 8 points, 14 kills; Julia Wheeler Sabatino 28 assists; Dani Jaime 14 points.

▪ American Heritage d. Everglades 25-20, 25-17, 25-16: Femi Funeus 7 points, 17 kills, 10 blocks; Julia Wheeler Sabatino 34 assists. AH 9-1.

▪ MAST d. Pace 25-12, 25-17, 25-18: Mia Boloix 17 digs, 10 kills; Angelica Torres 4 assists; Rose Barrellier 11 kills. MAST 9-2.

▪ Sunset d. Doral Academy 25-11, 25-18, 22-25, 25-22: Raven Fong 18 kills, 20 digs; Nicole Olmeda 24 assists, 13 digs; Tania Martinez 12 kills. Sun 9-2.

▪ Miami Christian d. Colonial Christian 25-23, 25-16 , 25-14: Andrea Acevedo 8 aces, 20 assists; Allison Bean 8 kills; Sheila Rodriguez 5 kills; Isabella Gomez 6 kills. MiaC 10-4.

▪ Calvary Christian d. Boca Raton 21-25, 16-25, 25-19, 25-15, 15-13: Maylin Bouffard 20 kills; Nicole Decker 14 kills, 13 digs; Kaitlyn Green 13 kills; Jessie Underwood 55 assists. CalvC 5-1.

▪ Doctors Charter d. Northwest Christian 25-19, 25-9, 25-18: Alexandra Kretzschmar 9 digs; Marjhury Mercado 25 assists, 12 aces; Gabriela Cabrera 7 digs. DC 4-3.

▪ Carrollton d. Coral Shores 25-14, 11-25, 25-15, 25-15: Lucia Hornbacher 18 kills; Victoria Figarola 20 assists; Gabriela Socarras 9 kills, 10 digs.

▪ Carrollton d. Key West 25-21, 25-12, 25-19: Rebecca Fernandez 15 digs; Gabriela Socarras 14 kills; Victoria Figarola 26 assists.

▪ Riviera Prep d. La Salle 25-17, 25-19, 23-25, 25-12: Nicolette Maietto 10 kills; Victoria Caldera 6 kills, 17 assist; Sophie Meagher 9 blocks.

▪ North Miami d. HML 26-24, 25-13, 25-22: Heather Albury 8 kills, 10 digs; Kia Guz 10 digs; Stacy Michel 3 kills.

▪ Coral Reef d. Palmetto 25-14, 9-25, 25-23, 19-25, 15-13: Stefany Desroches 16 kills, 11 digs; Valeria Salvaggio 25 assists, 14 digs; Dalayni Etienne 7 kills; Lisa Mesa 22 digs.

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