The Varsity Football team improved their record to 5-0 with an impressive 44-0 win over Northeast on Homecoming night. Junior running back Deon McIntosh rushed for a total of 145 yards and 3 touchdowns to lead the Chiefs. Junior quarterback Tyler Monaco finished 11 for 15 with 167 yards and 2 TD passes. The Chiefs have a bye next week and then will host the Coconut Creek Cougars on October 10. 9/27/14
A day after losing a hard fought contest to rival St. Thomas, the Girls Volleyball team was able to rebound and beat our school's other rival Archbishop McCarthy. The Lady Chiefs started slow dropping the first game 13-25, but they were able to rebound winning the next 3 games 25-22, 25-23, 25-15. Daniella Molinari lead the team with 12 kills, 5 blocks, 8 service points, and 1 ace. Teammate Kassie Akouri-Tejedor also played well contributing 26 assists, 3 digs, 13 service points, and 4 aces. The Girls are now 12-4.
The Boys and Girls Cross Country teams each were victorious in their 3rd BCAA Conference Meet of the year. Gillian Gulley finished 1st overall in the girls meet with a time of 23:10 while Cole Fiedler had the best time for the boys finishing 6th with a time of 18:56. Both teams are now 22-0. 9/23/14
The Girls Volleyball team won the East Coast Challenge by defeating rival Pompano Beach 25-21, 25-23 in the Silver Bracket Final. The day didn't start out very good for the Lady Chiefs as they dropped their final game of pool play to Boone High School 21-25, 20-25. However their 2-1 record of pool play was enough to advance them to the semi-finals where they defeated Wellington 25-18, 24-26, 15-12. They then took care of business sweeping Pompano Beach in the finals to take home the hardware. Savannah Stones was named to the All-tournament team.
The Girls Volleyball team went 2-0 in the first day of pool play of the East Coast Challenge in Martin County. In the first game, the Lady Chiefs defeated Spanish River 23-25, 25-15, 15-7. Senior Maggie Macek lead the team with 7 kills, 2 blocks, and 4 digs. In the second game, the Lady Chiefs defeated John Carroll 25-16, 23-25, 15-10. Kassie Akouri-Tejedor was the stand out in game 2 with 14 assists, 4 digs, 2 kills, 13 service points, and 1 ace. The Girls improved their recored to 9-2 and will continue pool play this morning.
The Varsity Football team improved their record to 4-0 with an impressive victory over the Boyd Anderson Cobras 44-3. Sophomore QB Jake Allen connected with Senior WR Leroy Henley for two scoring strikes to lead the offense. The Special Teams contributed to the scoring with two touchdowns as well. Senior Tavares Moore scooped up a bad snap on a punt and returned the fumble for a 10 yard touchdown, and Milan Lemon returned a punt for a 65 yard touchdown.
The Boys Golf Team won in convincing fashion beating Westminster Academy 161 to 170. Freshman Julius Boros III lead the way shooting a 37 while team captain Junior David Keene shot a 39. The match was played at Coral Ridge Country Club.
The Girls and Boys Cross Country Teams were both victorious today in each of their second BCAA Conference Meet. The Girls finished with a score of 38 way ahead of 2nd place Flanagan's score of 57. The Boys finished with a score of 39 ahead of Deerfield's 57. Gillian Gulley had the best individual time for the girls team finishing 2nd overall with a time of 23:03. Tevone Hall lead the way for the boys finishing in 18:58 which was good for 4th overall.
The Girls Volleyball team is back in the win column after defeating the American Heritage Patriots 25-14, 25-9, and 25-14. Savannah Stones lead the way with 11 digs, 3 assists, 12 service points, and 1 ace. Daniella Molinari also had a solid performance with 10 kills, 4 blocks, 2 assists, 5 digs, 4 service points, and 1 ace. Next up for the Lady Chiefs is the East Coast Challenge this weekend.
The Varsity Football Team improved to 3-0 on the season with a 31-7 victory over the Cooper City Cowboys. The Chiefs started fast scoring two long touchdowns in the 1st quarter. Junior Tyler Monaco connected with Sophomore Leroy Henley for a 61 yard TD strike, and Junior Deon McIntosh added a 53 yard TD run to give the Chiefs an early 14-0 lead. After the Cowboys cut the lead to 14-7, Sophomore QB Jake Allen hit Senior Jonathon Washington for an 80 yard touchdown to make the score 21-7.