TEAMS OF THE WEEK
The Belen boys’ and Ferguson girls’ cross-country teams won the championships of the Youth Fair Invitational last week. Ryan Rodriguez finished third individually to lead the Wolverines, who placed four runners in the top seven. Aylwyn Hernandez and Lauren Gavulic finished third and fourth, respectively, to lead the Falcons.
ATHLETES OF THE WEEK
Anthony Guevara, Varela, football: Guevara ran for 212 yards and four touchdowns on 13 carries to lead the Vipers to a win over previously unbeaten Sunset.
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Keyshawn “Pie” Young, Miami High, football: Young ran for 149 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries to lead the Stings to a 49-7 district win against Miami Beach.
Adie Arill and Ashley Thompson, Palmetto, volleyball: Arill and Thompson led their team in assists and kills, respectively, to lead the Panthers to four victories over the weekend.
Caroline Sklaver, Ransom, girls’ volleyball: Sklaver had 13 kills and 22 assists to lead Ransom to a five-set win against Gulliver.
Kurt Convey, Coral Reef, boys’ cross-country: Convey won the Youth Fair boys’ individual title with a time of 15:58.35.
Lauren Archer, Ransom Everglades, girls’ cross-country: Archer won the Youth Fair girls’ individual title with a time of 19:23.30.
Pablo Luchau, Gulliver, boys’ swimming and diving: Luchau won the 100 free and 200 IM in a meet victory over Monsignor Pace.
Stephanie Hernandez, Doral, girls’ swimming and diving: Hernandez won the 200 IM and 500 free in a meet victory over Marathon and Coral Shores.
Rafa Martinez, Columbus, boys’ golf: Martinez shot a 1-under-par 70 to secure the Youth Fair individual title and lead the Explorers to the team championship.
Chloe Horton, Ransom Everglades, girls’ golf: Horton shot a 2-over-par 75 to secure the Youth Fair individual title and lead the Raiders to the team championship.
Chris Bacallao, TERRA, boys’ bowling: Bacallao bowled a 584 high series to lead the Wolves to a win against Southwest.
Angela Chapman, Ferguson, girls’ bowling: Chapman bowled a 442 high series to lead the Falcons to a win against Reagan.