By: Matt Rothman
With the spring season coming to a close, four Coral Springs High School varsity teams recognized their senior athletes.
The boy’s team recognized 11 players: Hogyeom Lee, Jeremiah Hannah, Juan Miguel Del Rosario, Michael Cardonaescalante, Ackeem Bailey, Lukas Berman, Ryan Piscitelli, Raji Danni, Sean Whittle, Andrew Pena, and Zachary Lazenby.
In their game, the Colts fell 15-5 to Immokalee High School, but Whittle recorded a hat trick, and Christopher Baigorria had two goals. This duo has combined to score 14 goals this season, while Zachary Forest is third on the team with five goals. Lazenby and Hannah each have found the back of the net twice.
On Monday, the Colts fell in the first round of the District Tournament to Spanish River Community High School.
The girl’s team also honored their seniors in Gabrielle Pager, Abby Frank, Cavana McKenzie, and Kayla Burns are the seniors on the Colts.CSHS finished the regular season 0-8 and is scheduled and fell to Marjory Stoneman Douglas in the first round of the District Tournament.
Track and Field
For the track and field team, the Colts honored Finley Cadet, Willis Duroiser, Shane Fisher, Johnson, Lewis, Cedrick Manigat, Mcfarlin, Zakai McKenzie, Monereau, Diego Romo, Brandon White, Crystal Bell, Juliette Bounassi, Julia Fendell, Lavella Francis, and Angell Garrison.
The boy’s team won 11 different events led by Garth Lewis, Michael McFarlin, Garth Lewis, and Tariq Murray, winning multiple events. Lewis won the 100 meters, 200 meters and also contributed to the Colts’ victory in the 4 x 400 relay race with Christoper Reid Jr, Joshua Rose, and Charles Green.
McFarlin won the shot put, discus and came in third in the javelin, while Murray finished first in the long and triple jumps. Green, Jeffrey Belizaire, Maxwell Servius, and the 4 x 800 relay team of Belfort, Matthew Campbell, Leighton Peart, and Dimitri Thomas all won.
Zakai Mcekzie, Carl Pereira Deon Bouie, Ashton Piersol, Lucas Wills, Rajaughn Treasure, Darnell Charite, Haozhen Yuan, and Daniel Johnson placed in the top five as well. The girl’s team won 12 events, highlighted by Angelica Macarulay and Shaquilea Alvaranga. They were a part of five wins while Niecey Brown, Julia Fendell, Josefine Majdoch, Mia Mackey, Hannah Williams, and Juliette Bounassi won alongside the 4 x 400 and 4 x 800 relay team.
Lea Ramnarace, Mariana Dos Santos, Brianna Williams, Ashlee Diaz, Sophonie Jeanty, Madisun Hill, Gabrielle Stubblefield, and Ziona Martin did exceptionally well.
The Colts boys volleyball team has exceeded many expectations this season and honored Daniel Benigno and Alvin Vo. CSHS also won their senior night match in five sets, 25-21, 18-25, 25-21, 14-25, 20-18, against Pompano Beach High School to improve their record to 11-3.
Head Coach Frank Bumbales calls these two seniors special and believes their record could be reversed if not for them.
“They play their hearts out every point of every set,” said Coach Bumbales. “The rest of the team knows what they mean to the team, and they gave it everything they had to win the match for those two seniors.”
Next, the Colts will play on Wednesday, April 13, against Northeast High School at 4:30 p.m. This year, the Hurricanes are 2-4, with wins over Plantation and Coconut Creek High School.
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- Matt Rothman is a 2018 graduate from Florida Gulf Coast University receiving his bachelor’s degree in journalism. He is now attending the University of Florida as a graduate student.
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