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Coral Gables wins regional quarterfinal

Video: Playoffs week 1 - Coral Gables 35, Hialeah 0

Coral Gables routs Hialeah 35-0 on Nov. 12, 2015.
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Coral Gables routs Hialeah 35-0 on Nov. 12, 2015.

Amir Rasul rushed for two touchdowns to lead Coral Gables to a 35-0 win over Hialeah in a region 4-8A quarterfinal Thursday night at Tropical Park.

The undefeated Cavaliers (10-0) will face the winner of Columbus and American in the semifinal next week.

“We do what we have to do so we can beat anyone we see in the playoffs,” said Rasul, who rushed for 108 yards on 13 carries.

Jaylin Clarke-McNatte was the main target for quarterback Voshon Waiters. He caught six passes for 73 yards and a touchdown. Waiters passed for 88 yards and rushed for 51 yards on nine carries.

In the first quarter, Johnny Ford scored on a 46-yard punt return. The Cavaliers defense held Hialeah to three first downs and forced three fumbles. Bobby Clerisier led the Thoroughbreds (5-6) with 27 rushing yards.

HIA

CG

First downs

3

10

Rushes-yards

29-51

26-183

Passing yards

5

94

Passes

2-9-0

10-21-0

Punts

7-21

2-38

Fumbles-lost

3-1

2-1

Penalties-yards

5-35

8-70

Field goals-att

0-0

0-2

HIA

0

0

0

0--0

CG

15

6

7

7--35

SCORING SUMMARY

CG - Rasul 4 run (Jeffrey kick)

CG - Ford 46 punt return (Brown pass from Enriquez)

CG - Rasul 30 run (pass failed)

CG - Clarke-McNatte 7 pass from Waiters (Jeffrey kick)

CG - Jones 9 run (Jeffrey kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing (att-yds) -- HIAL: Palau 2-0, Lubin 1-2, Davis 1-2, Charles 2-2, Bryant 13-18, Clerisier 10-27. CG: Gulappo 1-10, Jones 3-14, Waiters 9-51, Rasul 13-108.

Passing (comp-att-int, yds)-- HIAL: Charles 1-1-0, -2, Palau 1-8-0, 7. CG: Gulappo 1-2-0, 6, Waiters 9-19-0, 88.

Receiving (rec-yds-TD) -- HIAL: Lubin 1-(-2), Davis 1-7. CG: Rasul 1-(-2), Rolle 1-6, Ford 2-17, Clark-McNatte 6-73.

MORE FOOTBALL

▪ Hialeah-Miami Lakes is looking for a new coach after coach Horane Allison confirmed to the Miami Herald that he resigned from his position earlier this week. Allison did not elaborate on the details of his decision.

The Trojans went 4-6 this season and finished last in District 16-6A.

▪ Miami Central defensive back Jamel Cook officially joined the roster for the 2016 U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio. Cook, an FSU commitment, was presented with his jersey Thursday morning at a ceremony at the high school.

Cook, who will play in the game Jan. 9 at the Alamodome, has four interceptions this season including two that he’s returned for touchdowns. Cook joined American Heritage defensive end Brian Burns and Coconut Creek’s trio of wide receiver Binjimen Victor and athletes Trayvon Mullen and Malek Young as South Florida roster invitees.

SIGNINGS

▪ South Dade, which won its first state title in baseball in 2013, had four of its top players sign with Division I schools as part of the early signing period for all non-football sports.

First baseman/pitcher AK Manoah, one of the county’s top prospects, signed with West Virginia. Manoah, who was a part of the state championship team as a sophomore along with his older brother, Erik, hit .442 last season with three home runs and 27 RBI.

Catcher Gabe Cruz, who hit .536 with 23 runs scored and 21 RBI, signed with Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island. Pitcher Chris Gomez, who transferred from Varela, signed with Pittsburgh, and third baseman Danny Vaughan signed with Charleston Southern.

▪ Carrollton cross-country and track and field runner Nicole Kolisch signed with UC Santa Barbara this week.

▪ American Heritage boys’ swimmer Julien Pinon signed with Auburn University on Thursday.

▪ Florida Christian had its largest number of signed athletes with six baseball players signing letters of intent: Robert Fabelo (Florida Gulf Coast University); Brandon Chinea ( Tennessee); Ruben Someillan (Jacksonville); Christian Coipel (FIU); Jorge Iza (Fairleigh Dickinson); Cristian Martin (Broward College).

▪  Douglas had two baseball players sign with the University of Miami, Jesus Luzardo and Colton Welker. John McKenna signed with Army Westpoint.

Other signees were, track and field runner Gillian Morrison signed with Boston University, gymnast Heather Swanson (rizona), Selena Lugo (Delaware), and Amanda Leslie (South Florida).

▪ Archbishop McCarthy’s baseball player Kobe Lopez signed with Alabama State.

▪ Daniel Rivero, Pembroke Pines Charter’s baseball player, signed with the University of Miami.

BOYS’ SOCCER

▪ South Plantation 1, West Broward 0: McKendrick goal. Moradel assist. Gonzalez shutout. SP 2-3-1. WB 1-3.

▪ Ferguson 2, Coral Reef 1: Meola 2 goals. FER 5-0-0.

▪ University School 3, Coral Springs Charter 2: Roberts goal. Zarate goal. Borbely goal. Perry assist. Borbely assist. Plotka assist. US 3-1-0.

▪ Belen 0, Doral 0: BEL (4-1): Pujals, Jimenez shutout.

▪ American Heritage Plantation 4, Hallandale 0: Tiookee goal. Lupo goal. Fray goal. Crispavao goal. AHP 5-0-1.

▪ Boca Raton 2, Monarch 0: Pal goal.Arias goal. Hernandez 5 saves, shutout. MON 3-1-1. BR 4-0-1.

▪ North Broward Prep 6, Calvary Christian 1.

▪ Hillel 4, Sagemont 0: Silberman 3 goals. HIL 5-0.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

▪ Archbishop McCarthy 3, St. Brendan 0: Perez 2 goals. Ribas goal, assist. Corzo,Alvarino shutout. AM 6-0.

▪ Palmetto 1, Ferguson 0: Denkert goal. Hyler assist. Lang shutout. PAL 6-0.

▪ Gulliver 2, Carrollton 0: Earle 2 goals.

▪ Mater Academy 6, Sunset 0: Diaz 2 goals, assist.MA 7-2-1.

▪ Palmer Trinity 8, Miami Community Charter 0: Rosales 3 goals, 2 assists.Rivas 2 goals.Schiappa-Pietra goal, assistMorales 5 saves. PT 4-0-0.

▪ TERRA 5, Reagan 0: Aviles 2 goals, 2 assists. Pepin goal, 2 assists. . TER 6-0.

▪ Hialeah Miami Lakes 5, Mourning 1:Chavelys Leyva 2 goals. Bri Ramirez 2 goals. HML 5-2.

▪ North Broward Prep 3, University School 1: NBP (5-2-1): Blow 2 goals, assist. Walker 11 saves. US (4-1-1).

▪ Goleman 8, Northwestern 0: Rivera 2 goals. GOL 4-1.

▪ South Dade 9, Killian 1: Jackson 3 goals. Tam 2 goals.Rosas 2 goals. SD 3-2-1.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

▪ Carol City 51, Hialeah Miami Lakes 32: CC: Wright 8, Simmons 5, Cooper 20, Rosario 14, William 2, Lewis 2. HML: Pharr 1, Gross 15, Rahming 1, Hughes 2, Brown 13. HT: 24-16. CC 1-1. HML 0-1.

▪ Hialeah 50, Krop 34: HIA: Celestine 22, Brown 13, Betties 7, Sewwting 5, Thimogene 3. KR: Olusola 13, Phillips 7, Charlot 6, Saintilmond 5, Pierre-Louis 3.

▪ Miami High 90, American 12: AME: Chishom 2, Dixon 2, Cox 3, Martinez 5. MH: Angulo 12, Sweeting 13, Richard 8, Rodriguez 5, Brooks 4, Weldon 6, Philippe 4, Paschal 8, Perez 4, Troup Bishop 8, Gomez 4, Jackson 14.

▪ Lourdes 81, Southwest 17: LOU (2-0): Maristany 10, Minervino 5, Vidal 12, Codispodi 11, Couto 5, Midolo 10, Lopez 6, Diaz 7, L. Moralejo 10, E.Moralejo 5. SW (0-2): DeLeon 2, M.Thomas 2, Cueto 6, Stamp 2, Rodriguez 5.

▪ North Miami 54, Hialeah Gardens 7: NM: G.Seide 16, T. Smith 13, V.Bailey 11, T.Bailey 6, B.Francois 8.HG: N.Anduja 2, K.kruz 2, A.vinales 2, Y.martin 1.

▪ Ferguson 87, Jackson 20: FER: Perez 15, Diaz 15, Buitrago 9, Rodriguez 8, Pineda 12, Magnavita 5, Daniels 6, Gonzalez 6, Morales 5, Kingwood 4, Jackson 2. JAX: Hadley 8, Eaton 4, Oliver 3, Hamilton 3, Dotson 2. HT: 59-10 FER.

▪ Coral Gables 53, Coral Park 37: CG:M.Grant 16,J.Landsberg 11,A.Rodriguez 10, Mi.Grant 9, D.Johnson 5, A.Lamadriz 2. CP: Y. Torres 11, C. Tellez 10, J. Velez 9, B. Turino 7.

▪ Archbishop McCarthy 53, Stranahan 14: AM (4-0): Grimaldo 14, Berrocales 8, Sommer 8, Juriga 7.

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