High School Sports

Five St. Thomas Aquinas players make All-State team

St. Thomas Aquinas won its eighth state championship nearly a month ago, and Thursday had five of its standouts earn top spots on the Class 7A All-State team.

Senior running back Jordan Scarlett (UM commit), senior offensive lineman Sam Clausman (Syracuse commit), and three of its defensive linemen – junior Nick Bosa, senior Brandon Boyce (Duke commit) and senior Wyatt Ray (Boston College commit) all made first team.

Pembroke Pines Flanagan and Coconut Creek Monarch each had two players earn spots on Class 8A All-State first team following the best seasons in their respective school’s histories.

Flanagan junior linebacker Devin Bush, Jr. and senior linebacker Adrienne Talan represented the Falcons. Monarch had two members of its secondary – senior Sean Burgess-Becker (Alabama commit) and Ronnie Hoggins – on first team. Miami Killian star defensive back Jaquan Johnson (UM commit) also made first team.

Class 7A second team defense (South Florida players only): LB Chris Hart 6-3 240 Sr., Fort Lauderdale St Thomas; DB Tyson Cisrow 6-0 180 Sr., St Thomas; DB Kevin Williams 5-11 185 Sr., Pompano Beach Ely; UT James Oliphant 5-9 170 Sr., St Thomas; Third team offense: WR Jawaun Harris 5-10 175 Sr., St Thomas; OL Colin Byrne 6-4 315 Sr., St Thomas; Honorable mention: Jake Rizzo 6-0 180 Sr., St Thomas; QB Gerald Anderson 5-11 195 Sr., Miami Springs; RB Marquice Flowers 5-9 175 Sr. Plantation; UT James Gardner 6-4 212 Sr., Fort Lauderdale; LB Dwayne Paddyfoot 6-3 225 Sr., Miami Mater Academy; DB Antione Webster 6-0 185 Jr., American; UT Karon Jackson 5-10 170 Sr., American.

Class 8A second team offense: RB - Travis Liburd 5-9 180 Sr., Sunrise Piper; OL - Richard Williams 6-1 280 Sr., Miramar Everglades; Second team defense: DL - Shakur Cooper 6-0 200 Jr., Coral Gables; DL - Matt Bukovi 6-0 225 Sr., Weston Cypress Bay; DB - Darrell Malone 5-11 165 Jr., Cypress Bay; DB - Devin Gill 6-1 200 Jr., Flanagan; DB - Sheldrick Redwine 6-2 190 Sr., Killian; Third team offense: QB - Ryan Stanley 6-2 190 Sr., Flanagan; WR - Austin Maloney 6-0 175 Sr., Miami Columbus; WR - Keavon Mitchell 5-11 175 Sr., Flanagan; OL - Jason Rodriguez 5-11 240 Sr., Columbus; OL - Cameron Campbell 6-2 275 Sr., Flanagan; K - Jake Fuhrman 5-9 150 Jr., Cypress Bay; Third team defense: DL - Alejandro Levy 6-2 240 Sr., Columbus; DL - Matthew Croyle 6-2 260 Jr., Monarch; LB - James Bowe 6-1 205 Sr., Killian; LB - Fernando Escobar 5-10 185 Sr., Columbus; Honorable mention: QB Michael Harris 6-1 180 Sr., Monarch; QB Hilton Joseph 5-10 165 Sr., North Miami; QB Tucker Beirne 6-2 225 Sr., Columbus; QB Deundre Pickett-White 6-0 193 Sr., Southwest Miami; QB Jake Bofshever 6-1 192 Sr., Coral Springs; WR Ellex Davis 5-10 175 Sr., Monarch; WR Tavaris Harrison 6-2 175 Sr., North Miami; WR Emonee Spence 6-2 190 Sr., Flanagan; DL Jarrod McGahee 6-0 260 Sr., Coral Gables; DL Joe Suarez 6-2 230 Sr., Homestead South Dade; LB Doyle Grimes 6-2 200 Sr., South Dade.

COACHING CHANGE

Back in 1992 and 1993, DeVon Georgia was one of south Florida’s best athletes – earning all-state honors in football and all-county recognition on the basketball court.

His success during the time he competed at South Broward Senior High made him one of the best overall athletes to ever wear a Bulldog uniform.

On Thursday the gifted athlete who left the school over two decades ago (1994 graduate) returned to become South Broward’s new football coach.

“This is really a dream come true,” said Georgia, a Michigan State University alum. “I have coached plenty in the past and have learned so much, so I felt it was time to take a head job and what a better place to do it at.”

Familiar with the area, Georgia grew up minutes from the South Broward campus and still keeps relationships with parents and athletes who will be part of his rebuilding process.

Taking over for Josh Shapiro, who became athletic director at the school this past May, Georgia takes over a team that went 1-9 this past season and will try to return the program to where it was when he played for coaching legend Matt Lococo – an era when the Bulldogs produced several college prospects and playoff teams.

“DeVon is perfect for this position,” Shapiro said. “I have been around this sport long enough to know when I see a quality person and someone who knows this game.”

LARRY BLUSTEIN

MORE FOOTBALL

The fifth annual Miami Dolphins Miami-Dade vs. Broward All-Star game will be Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Traz Powell Stadium in North Miami. The game will feature prominent seniors from standout programs from the South Florida area. Dade leads the all-time series 4-0, winning 31-20 in last year’s game. Tickets are $5.

-Close to 90 standout high school football players from Miami-Dade and Broward counties will play in the TRU Sports Foundation sixth Annual Public vs. Private All-Star game at Monsignor Pace Saturday at 6:30 p.m.

Top players in the game will include St. Thomas Aquinas running back Deltron Sands, American Heritage linebacker Anthony Flory and Gulliver Prep quarterback Jowan Watson for the Private team along with South Dade quarterback Patrick Coats, North Miami running back Alex Pierre and Miramar defensive lineman Bryton Dieujuste representing the Public squad.

The Public squad trails in the series 3-2 but is coming off a big 31-0 thumping of the Private team a year ago. Gulliver Prep assistant coach Raviel Maisonet will coach the Private squad. Mater Academy coach Javier Valdes will coach the Public team.

Tickets are $5 for high school students with valid ID and $10 for general admission (children under three admitted free). For information, contact Mario Smith or Claudienne Hibbert-Smith 305-740-2822, at info@trusportsfoundation.org or visit www.trusportsfoundation.org

BILL DALEY

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Archbishop Carroll 70, Miami Community Charter 23: AC (15-3): Rosario 19, Aarestrup 10, Miralles 10, Anglada 9, Louis-Jean 5, Diaz 4, Marrero 3, Holliday 3, Villamil 2, Fred 2. MCC: Washington 13, Ogletree 4, Amendarian 3, Sevilca 2, Conde 1. Three-pointers: Rosario 5, Miralles 2, Aarestrup 2, Marrero, Holliday, Washington, Amendarian. Rebounds: Rosario 10. Assists: Rosario 4. Steals: Villamil 4. Half: AC 52-14.

Southridge 64, Varela 45: VAR: Vargas 5, Valdes 2, Gallego 3, Ramos 14, Thernelan 4, Lyewsang 6, Williams 2, Brown 9. SRDG (11-3): Bartley 12, McNair 5, Mitchell 14, Chandler 20, Alonso 3, Gonzalez 2, Jerry 6, Charles 2. Three-pointers: Ramos 4, Chandler 4, Jerry 2, McNair, Bartley, Alonso. Rebounds: Chandler 5. Assists: McNair 8. Steals: Mitchell 3. Half: 28-24 SRDG.

Dr. Krop 59, Miami Beach 58: MB: Johnson 17, Galo 2, M. Melendez 6, K. Melendez 2, Rolle 11, Goetz 10, Brown 10. KROP (13-3): Jeanty 10, Aracena 13, Washington 7, Jackson 9, Munroe 10, Norman 2, Lecombe 8. Three-pointers: M. Melendez 6, Aracena 3, Johnson 2, Munroe 2, Lecombe 2, Rolle, Washington, Jackson. Rebounds: Jeanty 7. Assists: Aracena 5. Steals: Jeanty 3, Aracena 3. Half: 30-23 MB.

Sunset 54, Killian 50: Salazar 21, Veloz 13, Forcade 12, Noriega 6, Vinson 2. Rebounds: Vinson 11. Assists: Veloz 5. Three-pointers: Salazar 5, Veloz 2, Forcade.

Columbus 64, Braddock 54: COL (9-8): Jattin 22, Vitiello 16, Byrne 13, Fernandez 7, Rodriguez 4, Vanzant 1, Elias 1. BRAD: Garaa 27, Reese 9, Vigu-Franco 8, Dominguez 6, Diaz 2, Garcia 2. Three-pointers: Vitiello 2, Byrne. Rebounds: Fernandez 6. Assists: Vitiello 4.

South Miami 60, Coral Gables 57: SM: Dawson 17, M. Davis 5, Brown 6, Glover 10, Davidson 12, I. Davis 10. CG: Aminu 13, Sanchez 2, Hall 19, Diaz 10, Smith 2, Blet 9, Waiters 2. Three-pointers: Davidson 4, Hall 3, Diaz 3, Dawson 2, I. Davis 2, M. Davis, Aminu. Rebounds: Brown 9. Assists: Brown 7. Steals: Brown 2.

American Prep 65, Hollywood Christian 59: AP (18-0): Black 2, Wilson 2, Formeza 2, Curbelo 3, Reece 4, Avery 6, Chevalier 12, Sawyer 35. HC (5-10): King 5, Momperus 5, Grier 11, Salom 19, Holmes 20. Three-pointers: Sawyer 5, Grier 2, Salom 2, Curbelo, Holmes. Rebounds: , Chevalier 16, Reece 14. Assists: Avery 7, Sawyer 5, Formeza 4. Steals: Formeza 5, Avery 5, Chevalier 5. Half: 33-29 HC.

Coral Springs Charter 64, Miramar Somerset 32: CSC (9-3): Kinsey 19, Vaughn 17, Borders 11, Lee 7, Frasier 4, Cinevert 4, Hylton 2. SOM: Shown 6, Rundie 9, Tyrone 2, Jackson 4, Jamal 6, Keani 1, Dexter 2. Rebounds: Lee, Vaughn 8. Assists: Borders 5. Steals: Lee, Kinsey 3.

Miami Central 71, Hialeah-Miami Lakes 49: HML: Quiles 7, Normandin 19, Roman 6, Santana 5, Stewart 12. CEN: Sauders 13, Wilson 10, Wilkerson 2, Occi 9, Gibson 7, McFadden 8, Wynn 10, I. St-Fleur 2, L. St-Fleur 3. Rebounds: Wynn 8. Steals: Saunders 5. Blocks: Wynn 6. Half: CEN 46-18.

Late Wednesday–Miami Beach 63, Miami Springs 35: MB: Johnson 21, Galo 3, M. Melendez 5, Melendez 2, Valderrama 5, Rolle 12, Brown 15. MS: Damota 3, Santana 6, Marris 5, Alderate 7, Alfonso 4, Zapata 3, P. Alfonso 5, Fullmod 1. Three-pointers: Johnson 5, Galo, Valderrama. Rebounds: Brown 19, Johnson 10. Assists: Rolle 8, Johnson 5. Blocks: Brown 14. Half: 39-18 MB.

Late Wednesday–Westminster Christian 64, LaSalle 44: LaS: Gactan 2, J. Cruz 19, I. Cruz 4, Pita 8, Garcia 2, Hanks 2, Fortuny 7. WCS (12-2): Brown 21, Raine 12, Halfaker 14, Paicely 6, Velazquez 7, Avey 2, Rivera 2. Three-pointers: J. Cruz 2, I. Cruz. Rebounds: Brown 8. Assists: Velazquez 5. Steals: Velazquez 2. Half: 39-20 WCS.

Late Wednesday–Blanche Ely 72, Fort Lauderdale 39: ELY (13-0): Gozier 22, Rideau 21, Houston 11. Three-pointers: Houston 3, Rideau 2, Heastie, Scott. Rebounds: Gosier 8, Houston 7. Assists: Rideau 6. Steals: Rideau 3. Blocks: Gosier 3. Half: 37-24 ELY.

Late Wednesday–Mater Academy 63, Belen 48: MAT (14-3): Mejia 8, Adderley 4, Osorio 14, Kurnick 20, Frias 12, Nunez 5. BEL: Cruz 3, Cabrera 6, Ordonez 5, Romen 6, Consuegra 5, Cirera 7, Puente 4, Silva 5, Moyor 3. Three-pointers: Mejia 2, Cabrera 2, Cruz, Ordonez, Consuegra, Moyor. Rebounds: Frias 10. Assists: Nunez 7. Steals: Frias 2. Half: 31-21 MAT.

Late Wednesday–Gulliver Prep 50 Florida Christian 49: GP (8-8): Players: Bowes 21, Perez 13, Jackson 7, Heckaman 4, Massirman 3, Pattullo 2. FC: Campbell 14, Perez 11, Dahlan 10, Bernard 10, Sosa 2, Rivero 2. Three-pointers: Bowes 3, Perez 2, Massirman, Perez. Rebounds: Jackson 12. Assists: Pattullo 4. Blocks: Jackson 3. Half: 23-23.

Late Wednesday–Hillel 68, Miramar Somerset 58: SOM (6-6): Francois 17, Fils-Aime 14, Beaubrun 8, Dubouse 8, Redding 7, Teate 2, Diejuste 2. HIL (7-5): Kaswan 25, Ohayon 13, Moskovitz 10, Pinkhasov 8, Burstyn 6, Klainbaum 4, Beda 2. Three-pointers: Fils-Aime 3, Kaswan 2, Francois 2, Redding 2. Rebounds: Ohayon 13, Pinkhasov 13. Assists: Klainbaum 5. Steals: Kaswan 3, Moskovitz 3. Half: 38-26 HIL.

Late Wednesday–Calusa Prep 75, Hebrew Academy 65: CP: Joseph 26, Thompson 17, Matos 16, Castillo 7, Araujo 4, Peña 3, Emmanuel Jr., 2. HA: Esformes 21, Masin, 20, Hochner 10, Diveroli 9, Nixon 5.

Late Wednesday–Homestead 32, Doral 30: HOME: Charles 2, Gamble 3, Outten 5, Collier 11, Lacount 9, Shinhoster 2. DOR: Fernandez 3, Steel 10, Martin 7, Solivan 5, Pierre 3, Cobas 2. Three-pointers: Outten, Collier, Fernandez, Steel. Rebounds: Collier 15. Blocks: Collier 3.

Late Tuesday—Southridge 70, Coral Reef 62: SR (10-3): Bartley 21, Mitchell 23. Three-pointers: McNair 2. Rebounds: Mitchell 11, Bartley 9. Assists: Chandler 5. Steals: Charles 4. Half: 30-19 SR.

Late Tuesday—Dillard 88, Archbishop McCarthy 65: DIL: Green 19, Wright 19, Wright 21. Three-pointers: Moya 3, Messer 2, Valdes. Rebounds: Scott 8, Diaz 8. Half: 39-32 DIL.

Late Tuesday—Northwest Christian Academy 63, Princeton Christian 55. NWC: J. Moncur 17, C. Roach 14, T. Morrisett 13. PC: Rodriguez 20, Duran 19. Rebounds: C. Roach 20. Assists: T. Morrisett 5. Half: NWC 29-22.

Late Tuesday—Krop 55, North Miami 40: KRO (12-3): Aracena 14, Munroe 10. Three-pointers: Crawford 3, Aracena 3, Lacombe 2, Munroe 2. Rebounds: Jackson 9. Assists: Jackson 3. Steals: Aracena 4, Washington 4. Half: 24-18 Krop.

Late Tuesday—Central 75, Ronald Reagan 28: CEN (12-1): Saunders 17, Turnier 12, Wilson 12. Rebounds: McFadden 9. Steals: Wilson, Sauders 6. Blocks: Wynn 4. Half: 40-14 CEN.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Ransom Everglades 46, Keys Gate 32: KG: Denis 18, Tyre 6, Velez 3, Moore 2, Dorsey 2, Ward 1. RE: Lopez 29, Oppenheimer 1, Stern 4, Schatz 4, Ertel 2, Quanstrom 5, Ajagbe 1. Three-pointers: Lopez 2, Velez. Rebounds: Denis 15. Assists: Oppenheim 4. Steals: Lopez 4. Blocks: Denis 3. Half: RE 27-15.

Calvary Christian 47, The Benjamin School 46: CALV: Patullo 9, Nevils 8, Hickey 12, Derr 5, Sieradzan 13. BENJ: Arnold 3, Roche 11, DeRosa 4, Preston 20, St.Amand 5, White 3. Three-pointers: Roche 3, Nevils 2, Arnold, White. Rebounds: Sieradzan 15, Hickey 11. Half: CALV 24-17.

LaSalle 40, Edison 28: LS (14-2): Lorenzo 18, de la Madriz 8, Alfaro 6, Cruz 6, Xiques 2. ED: Brown 9, Colebert 5, Wilson 5, Raymond 4, Wilson 3, Williams 2. Three-pointers: de la Madriz 2, Brown, Wilson. Rebounds: Cruz 11. Assists: Lorenzo 4. Steals: Lorenzo 3. Half: LS 26-12.

Pace 59, Booker T. Washington 43: BT: Durant 3, Leite 10, Bello 14, Manhurtz 2, Harris 16. PACE: Jenkins 11, Wilson 11, Gay 21, Samuel 2, Barber 2, Moye 10, Palmer 2. Three-pointers: Harris 2, Bello 2, Durant, Leite, Jenkins, Wilson. Rebounds: Gay 9. Assists: Jenkins 2. Steals: Wilson 4.

Westminster Academy 39, Pope John Paul 28: WA (15-5): Kelmanson 3, Rosa 17, Quirk 6, Alday 2, Crevier 3, Oman 2, Sampo 3. PJP: Bielekis 14, Mollier 2, Hogan 8, Roderbough 4. Rebounds: Oman 9. Assists: Kelmanson 6.

Doral 42, Northwestern 41: NW (13-2): Griner 17, Williams 12, Mills 8, Wright 2, Davis 2. DOR (14-3): Gomez 6, Arriete 3, Rondon 7, Vega 4, Molina 1, Rodriguez 2, Barrios, Guerrero 8, Llamo 5. Three-pointers: Guerrero 2, Arriete, Barrios. Steals: Barrios 3. Half: 21-15 DOR.

Late WednesdayFerguson 73, South Miami 35: FER (16-1): Osceola 26, Perez 21, Johnson 15, Pineda 8, Rodriguez 3. SM: Ka.Brown 11, Brown 10, Delgado 7, Garcia 5, Colson 2. Three-pointers: Osceola 3, Perez, Rodriguez. Rebounds: Johnson 16, Osceola 6, Pineda 5. Assists: Perez 7, Rodriguez 6. Steals: Rodriguez 8, Perez 6. Half: 22-17 FER.

Late Wednesday–Fort Lauderdale 71, Blanche Ely 65: ELY (9-6): Raphael 1, B.Battle 18, T.Battle 10, K.Battle 34, Patterson 2. Fort Lauderdale: Huggins 10, Warthen 20, Taylor 14, Charlton 6, DeLeo 2. Three-pointers: K.Battle 3, Charlton 2, Huggins 2, B.Battle, T.Battle, Warthen. Rebounds: B.Battle 7, K.Battle 7, Raphael 7. Assists: K.Battle 6. Half: 38-34 FTL.

Late Wednesday–Palmetto 51, Killian 31: PALM (11-5): Smith 4, Kross 4, Martin 1, Solar 6, Joseph 4, Pivik 3, Alonzo 6, Gross 6, Barrial 9, Palmer 2, Alford 6. KILN: Cannon 7, Hill 11, Johnson 6, Edwards 2, Zelaya 4, Masor 1. Rebounds: Alford 11. Assists: Gross 4. Steals: Solar 4. Half: 26-14 PALM.

Late Wednesday–Central 43, American 40: CEN: Daniel 14, Knowles 13, Chambers 8. Half: 23-18 AMER.

Late Tuesday—Northwestern 56, Jackson 36: NW (14-2): Griner 18, Mills 11, Dumas 4, Williams 14, Harrison 2, Martin 3, Wright 4, Dumas 4. Three-pointers: Williams 3. Rebounds: Mills 17. Assists: Mills 3 Steals: Griner 7. Blocks: Mills 3. Half: MNW 22-14.

Boys’ soccer

Westminster Christian 2, LaSalle 0: Eli Medder goal. Joey Alamo goal. Adrian Mayans assist. Ransom Reed assist. Tomas Espinal, Jorge Habib combined shutout. WC 7-2-2.

Monarch 1, West Boca 0: Jordano Chea goal. Rodrigo DaSilva assist. MON 9-6-2.

Varela 8, Southridge 1: Mauricio Torres 4 goals. Fernando Alvez De Olivera 2 goals. Ernesto Benitez, Christian Acevedo goal. Alex Coira, Mathew Franco, Brian Ocoro, Christian Leon assist. VAR 9-2-3.

American Heritage-Plantation 3, Archbishop McCarthy 0: Zachary Atkinson 2 goals. Mikael DaSilva goal. Jared John shutout. AH 10-2-3.

Doral Academy 8, Hialeah-Miami Lakes 0: Chris CervAntes 5 goals. Andrea Medici, Felipe Ospina goal. Felix Marchena shutout. DOR 16-1.

Belen 2, Terra 0: Francisco de da Camara 2 goals. Marcello Hernandez assist. BEL 15-4.

Ferguson 1 Killian 0: Holman Rios goal. Carlos Lopez 10th shutout. FER 10-5-4.

Columbus 4, Coral 0: Carlos Rohl, Gabi Sabates, Andrew Fernandez, Julian Hernandez goal. Stephen Milian 6th shutout.

Mater Academy 3, Miami Springs 0: Eudes Herrera, John Ollarvides, Alejandro Muneton goal. MAT 11-6-2.

American 7, Miami High 1: Kevin Ramos 2 goals, 3 assists. Enzo Vinuesa 3 goals. Camilo Rojas goal. AMER 13-1-1.

St. Brendan 6, Florida Christian 1: Gaby Vazquez 3 goals. Peter Leon, Anthony Ore, Luis Otero goal. Sebastian Tauza, Sergio Caldera, Jorge Mahmoud assist. St.B 5-8.

Westland Hialeah 3, Homestead 0: No stats reported. Westland Hialeah 5, Coral Shores 2: No stats reported.

Late Wednesday–Pembroke Pines Charter 7, North Miami Beach 0: Jason Isaacs 2 goals, assist. LJ Lemmers goal, 2 assists. Youseff Abougendia goal, assist. PPC 9-2-2.

Late Tuesday—Doral Academy 3, Coral Reef 1: Juan Castano goal. Felipe Ospina goal. Juan Gross goal. Doral 15-1-0.

Girls’ soccer

Archbishop McCarthy 8, Coral Springs Christian 0: Yari Bradfield 2 goals, assist. Aly Maranges, Colleen Becker goal, assist. Gaby Maranges, Madison St. Philip, Amanda Perez, Taylor Shore goal. Gabby Webb, Victoria Pernas assist. AM 17-3-2.

Florida Christian School 1, Mater Academy 0: Katelyn Godoy goal. Nadia Esparragoza shutout. FCS 4-6.

Pembroke Pines Charter 2, Cardinal Gibbons 1: Mackenzie Crittenberger (CG) goal. CG 13-6-1.

Hillel 2, Yeshiva 0: Sharon Stambouli, Ali Wolf goal. Alex Mendal assist. Tali Zighelboim, Simi Serfati defense.

Cypress Bay 5, West Broward 1: Mary Matamoros 2 goals. Maria Munoz, Annette Hernandez goal. CB 18-0.

Stoneman Douglas 0, American Heritage-Delray 0: DOUG 16-1-2.

Doral Academy 2, Ronald Reagan 1: Alissa Bello 2 goals. Alejandra Martin (RR) goal.

ILS 3, Westminster Christian 1: Nicole Baldassini 2 goals. Katrina Santin goal, assist. Florencia Baldassini assist.

Wrestling

South Dade 70, Palmetto 3: South Dade is on a 28-match unbeaten streak. Defending state champ Patricio Lugo III is on a 93- match unbeaten streak -- not allowing a take down.

FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Sagemont vs. Hialeah Educational Academy (Hialeah Educational Academy), 3:30

Archemedian vs. Everglades Prep (Everglades Prep), 5

LaSalle vs. Coral Reef (CR), 5

Island Christian vs. Princeton Christian (PRC), 5

Dade Christian vs. Archbishop Curley (CUR), 5

Key West vs. Ransom Everglades (Ransom Everglades), 6:30

Riviera Prep vs. Redland Christian (Redland Christian), 6:30

Doral Academy vs. Ronald Reagan (RR), 7:30

American vs. Krop (KROP), 7:30

Homestead vs. Jackson (JAX), 7:30

Keys Gate vs. Florida Christian (FCS), 7:30

Killian vs. Columbus (Columbus), 7:30

Belen Jesuit vs. TERRA (TERRA), 7:30

Hollywood Christian vs. Northwest Christian (NWC), 7:30

Mater Academy Charter vs. Northwestern (NW), 7:30

North Miami vs. North Miami Beach (NMB), 7:30

Edison vs. Miami Springs (MSP), 7:30

Booker T. Washington vs. Southridge (SR), 7:30

Palmer Trinity vs. Westminster Christian (WCS), 7:30

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Doral Academy vs. Ronald Reagan (RR), 3:30

Key West vs. Ransom Everglades (Ransom Everglades), 3:30

Coral Shores vs. LaSalle (LaS), 4

Divine Savior vs. Somerset Academy (SOM), 4

South Miami vs. Coral Park (CP), 5

Hialeah Gardens vs. Westland Hialeah (Westland Hialeah), 5

Krop vs. American (Amer), 5

Riviera Prep vs. Redland Christian (RED), 5

Mater Lakes vs. SLAM Charter (SLAM Charter), 5

Palmer Trinity vs. Westminster Christian (WCS), 6

Hollywood Christian vs. Northwest Christian (NWC), 6

South Dade vs. Sunset (SUN), 6

Archbishop Carroll vs. Princeton Christian, 6:30

Coral Gables vs. Southwest (SW), 6:30

Hialeah vs. Monsignor Pace (MSP), 7

Lourdes vs. Ferguson (FER), 7:30

Southridge vs. Miami Palmetto (PAL), 7:30

Archbishop McCarthy vs. Gulliver Prep (GPS), 7:30

Coral Reef vs. Varela (VAR), 7:30

BOYS’ SOCCER

Hialeah-Miami Lakes vs. North Miami Beach (Mishcon Park), 3:30

Colonial Christian vs. Miami Christian (Miami Christian), 3:30

North Miami vs. Jackson (JAX), 3:30

Westland Hialeah vs. Booker T. Washington (BTW), 3:30

MAST vs. Southwest (SW), 3:30

Killian vs. Homestead (HOM), 3:30

Divine Savior vs. International Studies Charter (International Studies Charter), 4

LaSalle vs. Coral Reef (CR), 5

Mater Academy Charter vs. Mourning (Mourning), 5:30

Palmer Trinity vs. Miami Country Day (MCD), 7

Edison vs. Ransom Everglades (Ransom Everglades), 7

Doral Academy vs. Ronald Reagan (Ronald Reagan), 7:30

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Braddock vs. TERRA (TERRA), 3:30

Archbishop Carroll vs. Coral Shores (CS), 3:30

Mater Academy Charter vs. Mourning (Mourning), 3:30

Goleman vs. St. Brendan (STB), 4

Varela vs. Gulliver Prep (GP), 4

Monsignor Pace vs. Sheridan Hills Christian (Sheridan Hills Christian), 4

Palmer Trinity vs. Miami Country Day (MCD), 5

Keys Gate vs. Florida Christian (FCS), 7

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