The Gulliver Prep women’ and boys’ tennis groups swept the District 16-2A Event.
The champion Raiders women, coached by Kelly Mulligan, completed forward of runner-up LaSalle 19-15 for the crew title, and the champion boys, coached by Fernando Mateu, edged MAST Academy 17-16.
GIRLS: Staff Outcomes: 1. Gulliver Prep 19; 2. LaSalle 15; 3. Mast Academy 4; 4. Coral Shores 4; 5. St. Brendan 3; 6. Key West 2; 7. Killian 1.
Particular person Champions: Finals: No.1 La Salle – Isabella Rojas received 6-1, 6-1; No.2 Gulliver Prep – Jayden Jagolinzer received 6-2, 6-1; No.3 Gulliver Prep – Valentina Rossi received 6-0, 6-3; No.4 Gulliver Prep – Mia Suarez received 6-1, 6-2; No.5 Gulliver Prep – Lia Fletcher received 6-0, 6-1. Doubles: No.1 LaSalle (Isabella Rojas/Mariana Naranjo) received 5-7, 6-3 (10-5); No.2 Gulliver Prep (Jagolinzer/Rossi) received 6-1, 6-1.
BOYS: Staff Outcomes: 1. Gulliver Prep 17; 2. Mast Academy 16; 3. LaSalle 7; 4. Coral Shores 5; 5. Killian 1.
Particular person Champions: Finals: No.1 MAST Academy – Nicolas Rebolledo received 6-2, 6-3; No.2 Gulliver Prep – Sasha Colleu received; No.3 MAST Academy – Alessandro Sanchez received 6-0, 6-1; No.4 MAST Academy – Chris Zaki received 6-0, 6-2; No.5 Gulliver Prep – Nico Marinelli received. Doubles: No.1 Gulliver Prep (Pierce Garbett/Sasha Colleu) received 6-2, 7-6 (7-4); No.2 MAST Academy (Sanchez/Zaki) received 6-1, 6-1.
The highest two groups advance to the area semifinals on Tuesday with Gulliver Prep boys in opposition to District 15-2A runner-up Mourning, and MAST versus District 15-2A champ Somerset Academy-Pembroke Pines. In women, Gulliver Prep hosts District 15-2A runner-up Mourning, and LaSalle faces District 15-2A champ Somerset Academy-Pembroke Pines.
The No.1 singles and No.1 doubles district champions already qualify for state.
State Qualifiers: No.1 singles Isabella Rojas of LaSalle; No.1 doubles Isabella Rojas/Mariana Naranjo of LaSalle; No.1 singles Nicolas Rebolledo of MAST Academy; No.1 doubles Pierce Garbett/Sasha Colleu of Gulliver Prep.
Class 1A Tennis
True North Classical Academy tennis additionally did very effectively. The boys’ crew received the District 16-1A title, edging Ransom Everglades 18-17. The ladies have been runners-up to Riviera Prep. All 4 groups certified for regionals.
As for state, junior Dylan Chang of True North received the No.1 boys’ singles title 6-1, 6-1 to already attain state. He additionally teamed with sophomore Brennon Chow to advance to state by profitable the No.1 doubles title, 6-1, 6-1.
Key to profitable the district crew title, True North’s No.2 doubles tandem (eighth graders Caleb Chow and Zander Guevara) got here from behind to clinch the crew championship. They dropped the primary set 6-3 however rallied to win set two 6-4. Within the tiebreaker, they trailed 6-1, earlier than happening a 9-0 run, profitable the deciding set 10-6.
True North consists of No.1 Dylan Chang, No.2 Brennon Chow, No.3 Caleb Chow, No.4 Gabriel Valdes, No.5 Zander Guevara, Coach Ricky Guevara. Caleb Chow additionally received districts at No.3 singles.
True North will host District 15-1A runner-up Cushman in a regional semifinal on Tuesday, and Ransom Everglades will journey to District 15-1A champ Miami Nation Day.
Riviera Prep received the ladies’ crew title, ending 5 factors forward of True North, 19-14.
Palmer Trinity senior Francesca Salvato certified for state at No.1 sinlges by beating Riviera Prep’s Sasha Kilgour 6-1, 6-1 within the district championship match. Salvato signed to play tennis at School of Charleston in South Carolina.
Kilgour teamed with Milagros “Mili” Lardiez to win at No.1 doubles 6-2, 6-2, and so they superior to state, too.
Additionally for district champion Riviera Prep, Lardiez received at No.2 singles. Leyla Kilgour received at No.3 singles. Isabella Paradisi received at No.5 singles, and Leyla Kilgour/Maria De La O received at No.2 doubles.
True North consists of No.1 Daniela Chica, No.2 Stephanie Hilton, No.3 Maria Antonina, No.4 Yarlin Mendoza, No.5 Catalina Chow, Coach Andre Chow. Mendoza received districts at No.4 singles.
The Titans will go to District 15-1A champ Divine Savior in a regional semifinal on Wednesday, and Riviera Prep, coached by Mark Elman and Jane Forman, will host District 15-1A runner-up Miami Nation Day on Tuesday.
Class 4A Tennis
Doral Academy tennis continued its historical past of dominance. The Firebirds received District 15-4A titles in boys’ and women’ divisions.
Dr. Krop took runner-up honors in every. All 4 groups advance to the 4A regional semifinals on Tuesday.
In District 14-4A boys, Cypress Bay received the crew title, and Cooper Metropolis positioned second. In District 13-4A boys, Douglas was the champion and Deerfield Seaside second.
In 4A regional semifinals on Tuesday, Douglas hosts Cooper Metropolis, and Deerfield Seaside travels to Cypress Bay.
In District 14-4A women, Cypress Bay is the crew champion and Western the runner-up with each advancing to area semifinals.
Nicky Denaro scored the winner in double time beyond regulation off an help from Ryan Bienstock because the Ransom Everglades boys’ crew beat Westminster Christian in double time beyond regulation within the post-season.
BOYS: District Semifinal: Ransom Everglades 10, Westminster Christian 9 (2 OT): Chase White 21 saves; Jack Rivas 3 targets, 2 assists; Ryan Bienstock 1 purpose, 1 help; Nicky Denaro 3 targets; Santiago Duckenfield 2 targets; Brendan Dyke 1 purpose; Felipe DeCardenas 1 help.
GIRLS: District Semifinal: Cooper Metropolis 11, Palmetto 8: Helen Tremble 8 targets, 11 draw controls, 1 help; Alsu Raymanova 1 purpose, 1 assists, 1 draw management; Grace O’Malley 1 purpose, 2 assists; Mackenzie Sauer 1 purpose, 1 floor ball; Cameron Sen 1 help; Amanda Grant 3 floor balls; Lexi Crespo 2 floor balls; Taylor Moris 2 floor balls. CC (7-10).
GIRLS: District Quarterfinal: Palmetto 10, Coral Reef 9: Emma Weinberg 7 targets, 6 floor balls, 2 draw controls; Emma Behar 1 purpose. 4 floor balls; Ana Martinez 1 purpose, 3 floor balls; Allie Gould 1 purpose, 1 floor ball; Caylie Salas 5 floor balls, 5 draw controls; Angelina Cutino 3 floor balls; Bethany DeFerrari 3 floor balls; Cassandra Pita 3 floor balls; Caitlin Carmona 2 floor balls, 1 draw management; Chelsea Nicastri 2 floor balls; Christina Perez 2 floor balls; Alex James 1 floor ball; Alexis Cohen 1 floor ball; Jasmine Choose 1 floor ball; Sydney Oren 1 floor ball. PLM (9-3).
Noel Leon turned the primary participant in Riviera Prep faculty historical past to hit for cycle. Noel tripled within the fourth inning, homered within the fifth, doubled within the sixth and singled in his last at-bat within the seventh because the Bulldogs defeated Miami Excessive 15-6.
Riviera Prep 15, Miami Excessive 6: Noel Leon 4-for-5, 3 RBI; Eric Fernandez 3-4, 2 2B, 3B, 4 Runs, 2 RBI; Frank Avila 3-4, 3B, 2 Runs. RP (13-4).
Riviera Prep 11, Franklin Academy 0: Marc Quarrie 2-3, 2-Run HR; Justin Traveiso 1-1, 2 R; Ryan Singer 1-2, R; Matt Drumgoole 1.1 IP, 4 Okay. RP (14-4).
Belen Jesuit 6, Pembroke Pines Constitution 4: WP Frank Fernandez; Save Kevin Castro 2 IP, 0 R; Matt Huembes 2-3, RBI, R; Mike Cruz 2-3, 2B, R; Nick Alonso 1-4, 2B, R, 2 RBI. BEL (12-6).
Doral Academy 10, Braddock 1: Michael Torres 3-3, 5 RBI; Adrian Santana 2-3, RBI; Sebastian Berrios 1-3, RBI; WP Frankie Menendez 3 IP, 5 Okay; P Luis Rodriguez 3 IP, 5 Okay; P Jake Gorelick 1 IP, 3 Okay. DOR (14-5).
True North 10, Doral Downtown 1: Sam Fischer 3-4, RBI, 2 R; Joshua Perez 2-3, RBI; Matias Fischer 2-2, RBI: Alan Rodriguez 2-2, R; Steven Gonzalez 4 IP, 1 R, 3 H, 1 BB; Yaniel Tabares 3 IP, 0 H, 0 R.
True North 14, Sundown 1 (6 inn.): Sam Fischer 2-3, RBI, 3 R; Max Balsera 2-3, 2 RBI; Matias Fischer 3-4, 3 RBI, 2 R: Luis Flores 2-3, 2 RBI; Alen Soler 5 IP, 11 Okay, 0 H, 0 R, 1 BB; Michael Acosta 1 IP, 1 R. TN (9-9).
Western 9, Nova 3: WP Mason Blocker (3-0), 4.2 IP, 0 R, 7 Okay, BB; Daniel Ortega 3-5, R, RBI; Kristian Noriega 2-3, 2B, 2 RBI, SB; Sean Kaelber 2-4, 2B, BB, R 2 RBI; Carlos D’Amato 2-4, R, SB. WST (15-3).
Carrollton 17, Somerset Academy-Homestead 0: WP M.Althage (7-3); Bella Whitby 3-3, RBI; Amalia Neff 2B, 2 RBI; Nova Brown 3B, 2 RBI. CARR (7-3-1).
Krop 10, Hialeah Gardens 0: WP Jenna Opalak 0 R, 8 Okay; Cheyenne Payne 4-4, 2 SB, 2 RBI; Angelina Santiago 3-4, 2 3B, 2 RBI; Jaylene Tomlinson 2-4, RBI. Krop (10-0).
Palmer Trinity 11, South Dade 4: WP Emme Fundora (6-4); Kinsey Cerda 3-4, 4 Runs; Emmy Cerda 2-4, RBI; Caroline Zamek 1-4, 2 RBI; Gina Pineda 1-4, 2 RBI. PT (11-5).
Spring All-County Nominations
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Winter All-County Outcomes
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Roundup compiled by Jim Varsallone
This story was initially revealed April 15, 2022 12:32 AM.