Ransom Everglades junior David Serra won the Borough 8-2A men’s cross country title at Larry & Penny Thompson Park in Miami.

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Ransom Everglades Cross Country District Final carlkafkaphotography.com @carlkafkaphotography / Courtesy of Ransom Everglades Cross-Country

Covering the 3.1 mile course in 16 minutes 5 seconds, he also helped the Raiders win the team title with 39 points, beating a field of 12 teams.

Sophomore Gabriel Carr of runner-up Sunset was second of the 110 runners at 18:01.12, followed by sophomore Ethan Sullivan of champion Ransom Everglades at 18:01.39.

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Photo courtesy Ransom Everglades Cross-Country

BOYS: Team: 1. Ransom Everglades 39; 2. Sunset 61; 3.MAT 78; 4. Gulliver Prep 140; 5. LaSalle 144; 6.Coral Shores 159; 7. Keys Gate Charter 159; 8. Miami Lakes Educational Center 196; 9.Key West 214; 10. South Miami 323; 11. Westland Hialeah 325; 12. JC Bermudez Doral 337.

People: 1. David Serra (RE) 16:05; 2. Gabriel Carr (Sunday) 18:01.12; 3. Ethan Sullivan (RE) 18:01.39; 4. Jeronimo Virgil (MAST) 18:03; 5. Tim Rutten (GP) 18:08; 6. Robert Garcia (MAST) 18:17; 7. Alexandre Azqueta (RE) 18:18; 8. Simon Gutierrez (CS) 18:19; 9. Emmanuel Roca (LaS) 18:20; 10. Alejandro Rodriguez (St. Brendan) 18:34; 11. Athan Figueroa (Sun) 18:36; 12. Nestor Campos (Sunday) 6:42 p.m.; 13. George Wood-Leness (RE) 18:51; 14. Colbin Hill (KW) 18:59; 15. Erick Morales (KGC) 19:02.

GIRLS: Team: 1. St. Brendan 24; 2. Gulliver Prep 70; 3.Carrollton 75; 4. Ransom Everglades 78; 5. Sunset 125; 6.MAT 172; 7.Key West 201; 8. LaSalle 271; 9. Keys Gate Charter 223.

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Ransom Everglades Cross Country District Final carlkafkaphotography.com @carlkafkaphotography / Courtesy of Ransom Everglades Cross-Country

People: 1. Emma Hencock (StB) 6.30pm; 2. Sophia Linfield (RE) 20:06; 3. Kaycie Aquilino (StB) 20:27; 4. Gabriela Page (StB) 20:46; 5. Tara Menon (GP) 20:54; 6. Karina Martinez (StB) 21:13; 7. Arianna Garcia (Carr) 21:17; 8. Julieta Salva (RE) 21:19; 9. Alessandra Di Mise (GP) 21:28; 10. Daniela Alvarez (StB) 21:33; 11. Veronica Larrea (Carr) 10:00 p.m.; 12. Anna Scarcello (StB) 22:00.09; 13. Olivia Jose (Carr) 22:01; 14. Lucia Ferreiro (GP) 22:04; 15. Aleah Sawyer (GP) 22:08.

Now for regionals on Thursday at South County Regional Park in Boca Raton.

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The Belen Jesuit Men’s Cross Country Team won their 19th straight district championship, finishing first in the Constituency 8-3A run at Larry & Penny Thompson Park in Miami.

The victory marks the 41st district title for Belen Jesuit in school history. The Wolverines scored 15 perfect points in a 17-team field.

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Frankie Ruiz Photo courtesy Belen Jesuit Cross-Country

Belen was led by 8th grader Marcelo Mantecon and junior Joshua Ruiz. Mantecon covered the 3.1-mile course in 16:06.36, closely followed by Ruiz at 16:06.83.

The Wolverines will advance to regionals on Thursday also at South County Regional Park.

BOYS: Team: 1. Jesuit Belen 15; 2. Saint Thomas Aquinas 70; 3. Pembroke Pines Charter 120; 4. Dillard 137; 5. Boyd Anderson 148; 6. American Heritage-Plantation 182; 7. Northeast 219; 8. Varela 248; 9. McArthur 296; 10. Coconut Creek 297; 11. ATM 302; 12. Everglades and Stranahan 308; 14. TERRA 326; 15. Blanche Ely 365; 16. Archbishop McCarthy 411; 17. American 461.

People: 1. Marcelo Mantecon (Bel) 16:06.36; 2. Joshua Ruiz (bel) 16:06.83; 3. Lucas Alejandro Garcia (Bel) 16:13.67; 4. Joseph Ruiz (Bel) 16:19.76; 5. Evan Torres (Bel) 16:20.04; 6. Alec Torricella (bel) 16:23.49; 7. Joseph Socarras (Bel) 16:35.12; 8. Anthony Herrera (StA) 16:45.97; 9. Diego Magarino (Bel) 16:49.78; 10. Matthew Calero (Bel) 16:50.95; 11. Martin Ahlstrom (StA) 16:56.58; 12. Joshua Gammage (Dil) 17:06.76; 13. Majet Bethely (BA) 17:08.04; 14. Justin Ruiz (bel) 17:24.24; 15. Axel Fink (ATM) 17:26.72.

GIRLS: Team: 1. Dillard 55; 2. Heavy 62; 3. St. Thomas Aquinas 82; 4. American Heritage-Plantation 109; 5. TERRA 172; 6. Archbishop McCarthy 183; 7. Pembroke Pines and Northeast Charter 199; 9. Northwest 235; 10. Farm 265; 11. Charter of the Academy Mater 288; 12. Varela 307; 13. McArthur 370; 14. Everglades 386; 15. ATM 417.

People: 1. Ashley Fitzgerald (AHP) 18:58; 2. Olivia Fraga (Lour) 19:04; 3. Grace Finneran (StA) 19:19; 4. Ella Collins (StA) 19:36; 5. Raquel Edwards (Dil) 19:44; 6. Christiana Coleman (Dil) 20:15; 7. Peyton Williams (Dil) 20:32; 8. Siena Alvarez-Coia (AHP) 20:34; 9. Olivia Rodriguez (Lour) 8:45 p.m.; 10. Elicia Bryant (Hmst) 20:49; 11. Helen Ribas (morning) 20:52; 12. Samantha Kavanagh (NE) 21:01; 13. Lorena Enamorado (MAC) 21:14; 14. Tamiya Scriven (Dil) 21:22.07; 15. Zoe Giacobbe (StA) 21:22.84.

DISTRICT 8-1A at Greynolds Park in Miami

BOYS: Team: 1. Palmer Trinity 48; 2.Marathon 51; 3. Doctors’ Charter 88; 4.Riviera Prep 97; 5. Sheridan Hills Christian 101; 6.Miami Country Day 221; 7. Chaminade-Madonna 236; 8. Divine Savior 243; 9. Horeb Christian 250; 10. Florida Christian School 257; 11. Academy for Innovative Education 293; 12.Dade Christian 239; 13. Archimedes 342; 14. Hebrew Academy RASG 385; 15. David Posnack 400 Jewish Day School.

People: 1. Vaclav Bursa (Mara) 16:25; 2. Henry Stark (PT) 16:44; 3. Jonathan Pena (Horeb) 17:05; 4. Brady Lubetsky (MCD) 17:58; 5. Camilo Herrera (PT) 18:01; 6. Justo Berisso (PT) 18:08; 7. Adam Olson (Doctors) 18:14; 8. Gabriel Pena (SH) 18:19; 9. Mason Buxton (Mara) 18:20; 10. Julien Morales (PR) 18:24; 11. Jakub Bursa (Mara) 18:27; 12. Antonin Bursa (Mara) 18:38; 13. Romain Giffune (PR) 6:40 p.m.; 14. Rafael Llera (Doctors) 18:42; 15. Juan Bracamontes (PT) 18:44.

GIRLS: Team: 1. Palmer Trinity 24; 2.Marathon 66; 3.Miami Country Day 78; 4.Riviera Prep 100; 5. Sheridan Hills 121; 6. Divine Savior 159; 7.Dade Christian 207; 8. Hebrew Academy RASG 219; 9. David Posnack Jewish Day School 239.

People: 1. Sabrina Martinez (PR) 8:02 p.m.; 2. Cailyn Sullivan (PT) 21:07; 3. Eloise Miles (PT) 9:12 p.m.; 4. Daniella Perez-Cartaya (PT) 21:17; 5. Julien Stanish (CM) 21:35; 6. Alessia Burgh (PT) 21:52; 7. Isabelle Galofre (MCD) 21:54; 8. Yamila Borsanyi (PR) 22:07; 9. Erika Ramirez (MCD) 22:10; 10. Ella Dunn (Mara) 22:36; 11. Emily Bloom (PT) 10:40 p.m.; 12. Madelyn Thornton (Mara) 22:40.1; 13. Mireille Gomez (SH) 22:49; 14. Mikkel Ross (Mara) 23:02; 15. Julianne Hartigan (PT) 23:16.

Soccer

St. Brendan 42, Somerset Academy South-Homestead 14: Widley Jean Francois 10-yard run TD (Marco Netto Kick); 5-yard TD run from Luis Lugo (Marco Netto Kick); Nic Castro 11-yard TD pass from Julian Fresen (Marco Netto Kick); 16-yard TD run from Luis Lugo (Marco Netto Kick); Widley Jean Francois 2-yd TD run (Marco Netto Kick); Interception return from Michael Kulikowski for TD (Marco Netto Kick).

StB: QB J. Fressen 11 assists of 18, 145 yards, 1 TD. 1INT; W.Jean Francois 12 carries, 144 yds, 2 TDs, 1 catch, 11 yds; L.Lugo 14 carries, 135 yds, 2 TDs, 1 catch, 13 yds; E.Youman 4 catches, 67 yards; A.Lleras 4 tackles, 3 asts, 1 sack, 1 TFL; B.Oliva 4 tackles, 1 last, 2 sacks, 4 TFL; A.Gray 2 tackles, 6 asts, 1 sack, 1 TFL; M.Kulikowski 1 INT TD, 1 fum rec, 1 punt ret, 8 yds; K. White Jr. 1 INT. StB (7-2), Som (3-5).

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