By: Matt Rothman
Senior night at Coral Glades High School featured the Jaguars winning three games, including the first-ever victory for the girl’s lacrosse team.
In their third season, the girl’s lacrosse team picked up their first win with a 14-4 win over Coral Springs High School on Wednesday. Haylie Premo scored six goals while Allison Patino added four. Isabelle St. Leger and Tavi Cummings combined to score four goals.
Goaltender Jamie Persten made nine saves with the Jaguars recording 38 ground balls. St. Leger, Samantha Moore-Hamilton, and Allison Patino had two draw wins.
“We started late in the season with a majority of the girls being new to lacrosse,” said Head Coach Kyle ONeil. “It was extremely exciting and rewarding to get this win and on senior night.”
The Jaguars recognized five players in Perston St. Leger, Moore Hamilton, Sarah Peters, and Greer Monfries.
Next, they will face Spanish River Community High School in the first round of the District Tournament on Monday, April 11.
The boy’s lacrosse team also picked up a 19-3 win over Coral Springs High School. Christian Garnett scored a game-high seven goals while Joshua Perez recorded a hat trick. Deven Cathcart and Ryan Steinberg recorded two goals. Alexander Minias and Joshua Singh had one, while six different players Jaguars recorded assists.
“My Assistant Coach Noel Felipe and I are extremely proud of the work both programs have accomplished this year,” Coach ONeil added. “Their hard work and fast play have shown us how much they’ve grown skill-wise since the beginning of the season.”
The Jaguars seniors are Garnett, Deven Cathcart, Carlos Martinez, Jacob Wisenfelder, Kyle Williamson, Nordan Marston, and Joshua Perez.
Next, The Jaguars will play in the District Playoffs starting Monday, April 11, against Spanish River Community High School. This year, the Sharks are 6-7 and will be playing Coral Galdes for the first time this season.
On Wednesday, the boys volleyball team defeated Pembroke Pines Charter in three sets, 25-12, 25-22, 26-24. Their seniors are Ricardo Martin, Kale Blonder, Mack Strong, and Jordan Fay.
“My seniors will be greatly missed,” said Head Coach Kaitlin Ledbetter. “Their leadership and game knowledge have been essential to not only winning but also in developing our younger players,”
This season, the Jaguars are 6-4 and will next be in action on Monday, April 11, against McArthur High School at 4:30 p.m. This season, the Mustangs are 3-3, with wins over Coral Springs Charter, Everglades, and South Plantation 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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