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Good start for Archbishop McCarthy girls’ soccer. Plus basketball and more soccer results

·7 min read

The Archbishop McCarthy girls’ soccer team is off to a good start this season at 4-2, including a 2-0 victory over defending state champion Cardinal Gibbons.

The Mavericks also beat Coral Springs Charter, Gulliver Prep and Western. They lost to Doral Academy and Lourdes.

Archbishop McCarthy girls’ soccer is coached by Mike Sica. This is his 16th season with the program (12 as head coach, four as assistant coach). During that time the Mavericks won four district championships, four regional titles and one state championship.

Archbishop McCarthy 2, Cardinal Gibbons 0: Sophia Goetz scored both goals, and Michaela Carter and Lea Valdez had 1 assist each. Other strong performances were by Aubrey Havens, Melissa Noriega, and Francesca Durand. Gkp Paloma Pena recorded the shutout.

Archbishop McCarthy 2, Coral Springs Charter 0: Kiana Rhee-Osorio and Bella Rocco scored 1 goal each. Melanie Sanchez and Sophia Goetz had assists. Other top performers were Gigi Galdorise, Sarah Miret, Jade Daniels, and Trixie Lyons. Gkps Isabella Quintero and Paloma Pena combined for the shutout.

Archbishop McCarthy 4, Gulliver Prep 1: Sophia Goetz 1 goal, Bella Rocco 1 goal, Michaela Carter 1 goal, Melanie Sanchez 1 goal; Faith Espiritusanto 2 assists; Dylin Brass 1 assist; Bella Ventura 1 assist. Other strong efforts by Anelyse Prieto, Julia Moore, Avery Kroll, Kiana Rhee-Osorio.

Archbishop McCarthy 3, Western 0: Sophia Goetz 1 goal, 1 assist; Bella Rocco 1 goal; Michaela Carter 1; Jazmin Herrera 1 assist; Alicia Pierre 1 assist. Defensive leaders Isa Merchan, Brisa Sastre, Sophia Ramos, Ellie Acosta, Kaleigh Joyce. Gkps Isa Quintero, Paloma Pena and Alisha Avila combined on the shutout.

More soccer

GIRLS: Gulliver Prep 5, True North 0: Emma van den Dijssel recorded her first two goals of the season. She was assisted by Christine Lezama, who also added a goal. Catalina Garcia continued to be a playmaker with two assists and one goal. Ariana Hernando added her first goal of the season. Returning from injury, goalkeeper Ana Levy-Armesto had four saves en route to her first shutout of the season.

GIRLS: Gulliver Prep 1, Miami Country Day 0: Olaia Rackauskas scored her first goal of her senior year (the winner) off an assist from Catalina Garcia.

GIRLS: LaSalle 2, St. Brendan 1: Rebecca Baldelomar 1 goal, 1 assist; Hanah Gonzalez 1 goal; Deanna Prieto 1 assist. LaS (6-1).

GIRLS: Miami Beach 5, Killian 3: Vy Elo 2 goals; Abby Oppenheimer 2 goals; Valeria Molina 1 goal. MB (5-1).

GIRLS: Pines Charter 2, Cooper City 0: Eliana Salama 2 goals; Gkp Madison Casanova sixth shutout. PC (4-0-2).

GIRLS: Ransom Everglades 8, Divine Savior 0: Sofi Rua 2 goals, 3 assists; Anna Lavernia 2 goals; Izzy Chong 2 goals; Grace Burke 1 goal, 1 assist; Lauren Howard 1 goal; Karyna Steele 1 assist; Lucia Font 1 assist; Gkps Addison Pollock and Juliana Perez Riviera combine on shutout.

GIRLS: St. Brendan 4, Florida Christian 0: Kyara Ormazabal 2 goals; Elisabeth Lambo 2 goals; Gkp Meagan Alvarez shutout. StB (5-2).

GIRLS: St. Brendan 8, Coral Shores 0: Emi Rincon 2 goals; Nori Lopez 1 goal; Gaby Page 1 goal; Gaby Barrera 1 goal; Breck Girten 1 goal; Isa Bowen 1 goal; Kyara Ormazabal 1 goal. StB (6-2).

GIRLS: St. Thomas Aquinas 3, American Heritage-Plantation 2: Player of the Game Genesis Hernandez.

GIRLS: St. Thomas Aquinas 2, Naples 0: Player of the Game Brianna Duncan. STA (6-1).

GIRLS: St. Thomas Aquinas 5, Fort Lauderdale 0: Player of the Game Brianna Duncan 3 goals; Isabella Kleva 1 goal; Gabby Stewart 1 goal, 1 assist. STA (7-1).

BOYS: Cardinal Gibbons 3, Westminster Academy 0: Goals: Danny Perret-Gentile, Riley Holden, Deni Rivard. Assists: Danny Perret-Gentile (2), Jason Trujillo. Shutout: Gkp Grant Rodriguez. CG (6-0-2).

BOYS: Columbus 2, Miami Beach 2: COL: Dom Ingelsias 1 goal; David Thomas 1 goal; Gabriel Leon 1 assist; Lucas Levine 1 assist. COL (3-0-2).

BOYS: Columbus 1, Ransom Everglades 1: COL: Trey Jones 1 goal; Dom Inglesias 1 assist. COL (3-0-3).

BOYS: Coral Gables 6, Homestead 0: Etienne Montigny 3 goals, 2 assists; Dany Guzman 2 goals; Eden Sobalvarro 1 goal, 2 assists; Jordan Bueso 1 assist; Lucas Mateos 2 assists. CG (6-1).

BOYS: Gulliver Prep 2, Archbishop McCarthy 0: Mateo Acosta-Rubio 1 goal; Pablo Perez Bedmar 1 goal; Brandon Alvarez 1 assist; Jack Epstein 1 assist; Gkp Thiago Abreu shutout.

BOYS: LaSalle 1, Belen Jesuit 0: Kike Sosa 1 goal; Miguel Sosa 1 assist; Gkp Manual Lopez 4th shutout. LaS (4-1-1).

BOYS: Mater Academy 3, Florida Christian 2: Klinsman Berrios 2 goals; Diego Berrios 1 goal; Gkp Nick Vaca 3 saves. MAC (2-2).

BOYS: University School 4, Miami Country Day 1: Rafael Matiello 3 goals; Moises Shaferman 1 goal; Rafael Guerra 1 assist. Univ (4-1-1).

Basketball

The Columbus boys’ basketball team handed Palmetto its first loss of the season 72-58.

Explorers aophomore Malik Abdullahi delivered a double double with 18 rebounds and 11 points, and 14-year-old freshmen standouts Cayden and Cameron Boozer scored 20 apiece to lead the charge.

A tenacious defense proved to be the X-factor in the Explorers earning this tough road win. Palmetto kept it a game with 6-foot-7 senior Jimel Lane scoring 28 points and grabbing 17 boards. Sophomore point guard Braylon Burbridge contributed 13 points and proivded solid all-around play.

Columbus increased a 5-point halftime lead to 13 by the end of the third. The Panthers cut it to nine with four minutes to play, but Columbus prevailed.

COL 72: Velasquez, Jalen 1; Boozer, Cayden 20; Miranda, Angelo 2; Bess, Garyn 6; Boozer, Cameron 20; Noriega, Kevin 9; Fragela, Benny 3; Abdullahi, Malik 11. PALM 58: Lane, Jimel 28; Burbridge, Braylon 13; Cohen, Adam 1; Salazar, Anthony 9; Smith, Randy 7.

More Basketball

GIRLS: Lourdes Academy 51, Mater Academy Ch 29: Emily Mayor 17, Sophie Llevat 2, Claudia Alessandrini 2, Angela Duran 2, Isabella Perez 7, Luciana Picasso 14, Lauren Schutzen 7. 3-ptrs: Mayor 4, Schutzen 1. Rebs: Picasso 10, Mayor 9, Llevat 6. Asts: Mayor 9. Stls: Llevat 4, Picasso 3.

GIRLS: Ransom Everglades 52, Riviera Prep 11: RE (2-2).

GIRLS: TERRA 53, Braddock 33: T: Lizardo 7, Arsenault 2, Ricklick 9, Gras 22, Agudelo 10, Rodriguez 3. Brd: Avila 9, Jebian 4, Sties 2, Gonzalez 15, Hernandez 3. 3-Ptrs: Lizardo 1, Gras 4, Rodriguez 1, Avila 1, Jebian 1, Gonzalez 3. Rebs: Agudelo 9. Asts: Ricklick 5. Stls: Gras 3, Ricklick 3. Blks: Ricklick 3. T (3-0).

BOYS: Braddock 66, Miami Beach 57: Brd: Suarez 19, Bensallam 14, Perez 13, Gonzalez 11, Mirabal 4, Zenck 3, Allen 2. MB: Squire 25, Massenburg 9, Gibb 6, Young 6, Velardi 4, Acevedo 3, Azelart 2, Pedersen 1, Zhuk 1. Half: Brd 31-26. 3-Ptrs: Bensallam 2, Gonzalez 2, Suarez 1. Rebs: Perez 12, Mirabal 7, Bensallam 5. Asts: Perez 5.

BOYS: Braddock 65, Ferguson 61: Brd: Suarez 24, Perez 16, Bensallam 11, Gonzalez 10, Zenck 3, Mirabal 1. Ferg: Gonzalez 24, Guajardo 11, Gomez 7, Chacon 6, S. Gomez 6, Lemus 4, L. Gomez 3. Half: Brd 36-24. 3-Ptrs: Suarez 4, Perez 2, Gonzalez 1. Rebs: Perez 7, Suarez 5, Bensallam 5. Asts: Bensallam 3, Allen 3. Stls: Zenck 4, Gonzalez 3. Brd (2-2).

BOYS: Ransom Everglades 57, Miami Christian 51: Daniel Ribeiro game high 36 points with 11 3-pointers. RE (3-2).

BOYS: Ransom Everglades 62, LaSalle 54: RE (4-2).

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Roundup compiled by Jim Varsallone

jvarsallone@miamiherald.com

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