BCAA Fall Sports Conditioning Targeted For September 21 Starting Date

By Sharon Robb

FORT LAUDERDALE, September 2, 2020–After weeks of uncertainty, Broward County sports have been given the green light to begin fall conditioning.

If the COVID-19 positivity rate continues to decline, Broward County Athletic Association teams will be allowed to begin fall conditioning on Sept. 21st.

Broward County Public Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie made the long-awaited announcement on Tuesday.

“If the COVID-19 positivity rate continues to decline as we’ve seen, we have identified Monday, Sept. 21st as a potential start date for voluntary workouts for fall sports,” Runcie said.

Conditioning includes cardiovascular training, weight training and drills for all sports.

Runcie said workouts will be held outdoors only for the first week. In the second week voluntary workouts will continue outside and gradually phase into gyms and weight rooms.

However, the conditioning starting date does not necessarily mean competitive seasons will begin any time soon. Teams, particularly in revenue-generating football, are expected to condition and practice for several weeks.

“We will continue to work with our sports medicine and student-athlete wellness committees, our athletic trainers, athletic directors and health advisors to ensure a safe re-start of athletics,” Runcie said.

The Greater Miami Athletic Conference has no starting date yet for its high school conditioning or sports schedules.

The Broward County Athletic Association is the largest high school athletic conference in Broward County and second largest in the state.

The BCAA includes all public schools in Broward County and several charter and private schools including Pembroke Pines Charter. However, some private schools do not have to follow BCAA decisions and have already started practicing football including state champion Chaminade-Madonna and American Heritage Plantation and plan to start competing in mid-September.

In Palm Beach County, Glades Day, which opened its football practice Aug. 24, suspended its high school practice because two students tested positive for COVID-19, but plans to resume on Sept. 8. Three public schools in the Treasure Coast also had to suspend practice because of students testing positive.

At the FHSAA’s most recent board meeting on Aug. 14, the Sports Medicine Advisory Committee remained firm and recommended further delays. SMAC determined a positive rate percent of new cases should be below five percent for at least 14 days. Still, the FHSAA decided to start practice on Aug. 24 and football season on Sept. 4 for most districts in the state.

Runcie also said Broward County officials will continue to talk with Miami-Dade and Palm Beach districts.

“Conversations will continue as it relates to the FHSAA’s involvement and participating to ensure our students will have the opportunity to participate in fall sports,” Runcie said.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com

BCAA Delays Fall Practice; Pine Crest Cancels Fall Sports, Woodson Invitational

By Sharon Robb

FORT LAUDERDALE, July 22, 2020—The Broward County Athletic Association will not follow the Florida High School Athletic Association’s mandate to open fall sports practice on Monday, July 27th.

The BCAA announced it will delay fall practice for all fall sports including revenue-maker football because of the COVID-19 pandemic’s increased cases in South Florida.

On Monday, the BCAA Sports office tweeted: “Despite FHSAA’s announcement that practices start this Monday, July 27th for Fall Sports, the BCAA membership remains united to stay home, safe and healthy until further notice. We will always put all of our student-athletes, coaches, volunteers and school personnel’s safety first.”

Non-BCAA members American Heritage Plantation, Chaminade-Madonna and NSU University School are also delaying the start of their fall practices.

Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale has gone a step further by cancelling all fall sports including swimming and diving.

Student-athletes at several high schools will continue to condition in groups of 10 or fewer athletes at staggered times while wearing facemasks and social distancing.

Osceola County, Orange County, Seminole County and Hillsborough County are also all pushing back their fall practice start dates.

During the FHSAA’s Board of Directors meeting Monday, officials decided to not adhere to the findings by its’ own medical advisory board, SMAC (Sports Medicine Advisory Committee) which outlined safety precautions and recommended that the start of football and girls volleyball seasons be delayed because they are considered “high risk” sports.


FORT LAUDERDALE, July 22, 2020—Pine Crest has decided to cancel its fall sports including swimming and diving.

“Like many independent school and collegiate teams, Pine Crest will not participate in Middle and Upper School competitive sports in the fall,” school officials announced in a school release sent to parents.

“Physical education, swim, and tennis will be offered for Lower, Middle and Upper School students when it is safe and prudent to do so. For Middle and Upper School students, coaches will continue to provide individual, specialized, and small group training before, during, and after school.”

The Panthers are defending Class 2A boys and girls state champions in swimming and diving. The Florida Gold Coast club program is expected to train on a limited basis but has yet to return to the campus school pool where it trains.

The Woodson Invitational, the state’s oldest high school swim meet, has also been cancelled for the first time in more than five decades.

Pine Crest will welcome students back to campus on August 19 with several safety protocols in place to help maintain a healthy environment, school officials said. Students will have the option to complete school online or in the classroom.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com

Cypress Bay Defends BCAA Team Titles; Kathleen Golding, Diego Machado, Juan Zapata Double Winners; Golding, Machado Break Meet Records

By Sharon Robb

PLANTATION, September 30, 2018—Defending champion Cypress Bay lived up to expectations sweeping the girls and boys team titles Saturday night at the Broward County Athletic Association Swimming and Diving Championship at Plantation Aquatic Complex.

The Lightning boys’ team, led by double winner and record breaker Diego Machado and relays, won the team title with 585 points for the third time in four years.

Machado won the 200-yard freestyle in the county’s fastest time of 1:41.81, breaking the BCAA record of 1:42.41 set by Cypress Bay alum Franco Lupoli in 2011. Machado also won the 100-yard freestyle in 46.74, also the county’s fastest this season.

In an exciting girls competition, the Lightning, led by individual winners Gaby Banks and Elle Koch and relays, won the team title with 585 points. St. Thomas Aquinas was runner-up with 557 points and Cooper City was third with 437.

Banks, a junior, won the 50-yard freestyle in the county’s fastest time of 23.97, was fourth in the 100-yard freestyle in 53.17, a member of the winning 200-yard freestyle relay with teammates Emily Lopez-Diaz, Jacqueline Lugo and Paige Lane, and second-place 400-yard freestyle relay. She finished with 43 points in high point.

In morning prelims, Cypress Bay junior Ellie Koch swam the county’s fastest time this season in the 100-yard backstroke in 1:00.37 to earn the top seed for finals. She came back in finals and bettered her time in 1:00.22 to win the event. She finished with 41 points in high point.

Cooper City senior Kathleen Golding left a lasting impression in her final BCAA Championship appearance. The University of Florida commit broke the BCAA record in the 200-yard freestyle to finish with three career BCAA records.

Golding won the 200-yard freestyle in 1:50.39, breaking the previous record of 1:52.35 set by Ileana Lucos of Cypress Bay in 2006. She also won the 200-yard individual medley in 2:03.35, off her record of 2:02.93 set last year. Both times moved Golding into the No. 1 position of the county honor roll.

Golding was a member of the winning 200-yard medley relay with teammates Solana Capalbo, Molly Golding and Kate Kaplan. Golding finished with 48 points.

Cooper City freshman teammate Mallory Schleicher had a successful BCAA meet debut, winning the 500-yard freestyle in 5:09.56, second fastest time in the county this season. Other Cooper City individual winners were Solana Capalbo in the 100-yard freestyle in 52.21 and finished with 45 points and Molly Golding in the 100-yard breaststroke in 1:07.66. Golding finished with 45 points.

St. Thomas Aquinas’ Juan Zapata continued his outstanding season with wins in the 200-yard individual medley in 1:54.72 and 100-yard butterfly in 50.72, flirting with St. Thomas alum Bradley Alley’s 2004 meet record of 50.26. He finished with 48 points in high point.

Cypress Bay flexed its muscles in the relay competition sweeping all three boys’ relays. The Lightning’s only other winner was Luis Bucaro in the 500-yard freestyle in 4:40.65.

There were three other individual winners from Western, St. Thomas Aquinas and South Broward.

Eduardo Lopez of Western won the 50-yard freestyle in 22.25, knocking off Cooper City’s Robert Wilson, second in 22.40.

Lance Lesage, competing for St. Thomas for the first season after transferring from Fort Lauderdale, won his first BCAA title in the 100-yard backstroke in 53.83.

Andy Rogatinsky of South Broward, enjoying a good season, won the 100-yard breaststroke in 1:00.27 and was third in the 200-yard individual medley in 2:00.59. He finished with 44 points.

Freshman Giulianna Garcia of Monarch won the 100-yard butterfly in 59.36. She was the only swimmer to dip under a minute and was also the first BCAA girls champion for Monarch. She was the fastest qualifier in morning prelims in 1:00.07.

St. Thomas Aquinas girls team gave Cypress Bay a run for its’ money throughout the meet. The Raiders won the 400-yard freestyle relay in 3:37.60 with Lalainie Bannister, Gabriella Chambers, Kasey Jordan and Isabella Chambers and picked up 48 points. Cypress Bay clinched the title with a second place 42 points finishing in 3:38.30 with Banks, Marianna Serrao, Koch and Lane.

In a battle of freshman divers, Pompano Beach’s Christina Hilton won the girls 1-meter diving title with 236.90, knocking off defending champion Olivia Rosen of Douglas with 224.05.

In the boys 1-meter event, Blake Shaw of Northeast won with 258.30 points. Cooper City’s Tyler Flowers finished second for the second consecutive year with 249.95 points, bettering last year’s total of 193.40.

1. Cypress Bay 585, 2. St. Thomas Aquinas 557, 3. Cooper City 437, 4. Coral Springs Charter 277, 5. Douglas 213, 6. Pompano Beach 157, 7. West Broward 149, 8. Fort Lauderdale 136.50, 9. Western 131, 10. Deerfield Beach 124, 11. Pembroke Pines Charter 123, 12. Nova 102, 13. South Broward 89.50, 14. Everglades 87, 15. Monarch 75, 16. Taravella 51, 17. South Plantation 45, 18. Flanagan 42, 19. Coral Glades 26, 20. Coral Springs 24, 21. McArthur 19, 22. Piper 16.


200-yard medley relay: 1. Cooper City 1:50.82 (Solana Capalbo, Molly Golding, Kathleen Golding, Kate Kaplan), 2. Cypress Bay 1:53.70, 3. Coral Springs Charter 1:54.42.

200-yard freestyle: 1. Kathleen Golding, CC 1:50.39, 2. Paige Lane, CB 1:54.00, 3. Delaney Biro, CSC 1:55.29, 4. Mallory Schleicher, CC 1:55.48.

200-yard individual medley: 1. Kathleen Golding, CC 2:03.35, 2. Molly Golding, CC 2:11.08, 3. Daniela Kim, CB 2:14.64.

50-yard freestyle: 1. Gaby Banks, CB 23.97, 2. Solana Capalbo, CC 24.24, 3. Isabella Chambers, STA 24.36.

100-yard butterfly: 1. Giulianna Garcia, MON 59.36, 2. Elizabeth Riley, CB 1:00.50, 3. Jacqueline Lugo, CB 1:00.86, 4. Sarah Acevedo, EVER 1:01.83, 5. Maya Coffey, WB 1:01.97.

100-yard freestyle: 1. Solana Capalbo, CC 52.21, 2. Paige Lane, CB 52.53, 3. Isabella Chambers STA 52.71, 4. Gaby Banks, CB 53.17.

500-yard freestyle: 1. Mallory Schleicher, CC 5:09.56, 2. Gabriella Chambers, STA 5:19.30, 3. Giulianna Garcia, MON 5:21.19.

200-yard freestyle relay: 1. Cypress Bay 1:41.95 (Gaby Banks, Emily Lopez-Diaz, Jacqueline Lugo, Paige Lane), 2. St. Thomas Aquinas 1:43.28, 3. Cooper City 1:46.27.

100-yard backstroke: 1. Ellie Koch, CB 1:00.22, 2. Emily Chen, DB 1:01.32, 3. Lalainie Bannister, STA 1:01.76.

100-yard breaststroke: 1. Molly Golding, CC 1:07.66, 2. Daniela Kim, CB 1:08.29, 3. Kate Kaplan, CC 1:08.55, 4. Victoria Torres, PPC 1:09.60.

400-yard freestyle relay: 1. St. Thomas Aquinas 3:37.60 (Lalainie Bannister, Gabriella Chambers, Kasey Jordan, Isabella Chambers), 2. Cypress Bay 3:38.30, 3. Cooper City 3:38.49.

1-meter diving: 1. Christina Hilton, PB 236.90, 2. Olivia Rosen, DOUG 224.05, 3. Penelope Jacobson, DOUG 201.10.

1. Cypress Bay 569, 2. Cooper City 330.50, 3. Coral Glades 294.50, 4. Fort Lauderdale 280, 5. South Broward 225.50, 6. St. Thomas Aquinas 214, 7. Pompano Beach 210, 8. Western 171, 9. Douglas 170, 10. Pembroke Pines Charter 150, 11. Deerfield Beach 135.50, 12. tie, Nova, West Broward 100, 14. Taravella 99, 15. Everglades 79, 16. Coral Springs 63, 17. Coral Springs Charter 61, 18. Northeast 55, 19. Flanagan 24, 20. South Plantation 22, 21. Coconut Creek 4, 22. Piper 2.


200-yard medley relay: 1. Cypress Bay 1:41.03 (Yesh Mandava, Samuel Manrique, Max Miller, Jack D’Avi), 2. Fort Lauderdale 1:42.27, 3. St. Thomas Aquinas 1:43.29.

200-yard freestyle: 1. Diego Machado, CB 1:41.81, 2. Mattheus Santos, PB 1:42.82, 3. Kevin De Grijze, FTL 1:42.94.

200-yard individual medley: 1. Juan Zapata, STA 1:54.72, 2. Rafael Rodriguez, PPC 1:57.76, 3. Andy Rogatinsky, SB 2:00.59, 4. Leonardo Mateus, EVER 2:01.12.

50-yard freestyle: 1. Eduardo Lopez, WES 22.25, 2. Robert Wilson, CC 22.40, 3. Alex Marrero, SB 22.47.

100-yard butterfly: 1. Juan Zapata, STA 50.72, 2. Kevin De Grijze, FTL 51.10, 3. Rafael Rodriguez, PPC 52.81.

100-yard freestyle: 1. Diego Machado, CB 46.74, 2. Carter Carlson, DB 48.73, 3. Robert Wilson, CC 49.45.

500-yard freestyle: 1. Luis Bucaro, CB 4:40.65, 2. Mattheus Santos, PB 4:42.76, 3. Max Miller, CB 4:43.19.

200-yard freestyle relay: 1. Cypress Bay 1:30.67 (Juan Rosas, Luis Bucaro, Santiago Homes, Diego Machado), 2. Deerfield Beach 1:31.68, 3. Pompano Beach 1:33.32.

100-yard backstroke: 1. Lance Lesage, STA 53.83, 2. Alex Marrero, SB 54.04, 3. Jose Diaz, WHS 54.06.

100-yard breaststroke: 1. Andy Rogatinsky, SB 1:00.27, 2. Javier Roman, CC 1:01.19, 3. Carter Carlson, DB 1:01.85.

400-yard freestyle relay: 1. Cypress Bay 3:13.95 (Diego Machado, Max Miller, Jack D’Avi, Luis Bucaro), 2. Fort Lauderdale 3:17.56, 3. Cooper City 3:21.86.

1-meter diving: 1. Blake Shaw, NE 258.30, 2. Tyler Flowers, CC 249.95, 3. Pedro Santos Do Amaral, SB 207.90.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com.

SOFLO’s Heron, Marinheiro Win BCAA Titles; Cypress Bay Boys, St. Thomas Aquinas Girls Win Team Titles

By Sharon Robb

October 11, 2014—Melissa Marinheiro of West Broward became a three-time champion and South Florida Aquatic Club teammate Kelley Heron of Pembroke Pines Charter won her first title Saturday night at the Broward County Athletic Association Swimming and Diving Championships at Plantation Aquatic Complex.

Marinheiro won her third consecutive title in the 500-yard freestyle in a season-best 5:00.67, fastest time in the county this season. She dropped 7.71 seconds off her seed time of 5:08.38.

Heron won the 200-yard individual medley in a season-best 2:10.84, nearly a four-second margin of victory and third-fastest time in the county. She shaved 1.67 seconds off her seed time of 2:12.51. Heron was also third in the 100-yard backstroke in 1:01.03.

SOFLO’s Carly Swanson led off Cypress Bay’s third place 200-yard freestyle relay and swam best times in her individual events.

SOFLO’s Lilli Calero of Pembroke Pines Charter was third in the 500-yard freestyle in 5:29.33. Calero also teamed with SOFLO swimmers Victoria Hill and Heron to give Pembroke Pines Charter a second place in the 400-yard freestyle relay in 3:46.88.

SOFLO boys’ top finishers were Ryan Capote of Pembroke Pines Charter, second in the 200-yard freestyle in 1:45.05, just getting out-touched in an exciting race by Cypress Bay’s Mark Burnley in 1:45.00. Capote was also third in the 100-yard freestyle in 48.05.

SOFLO’s Jonathan Strod of Cypress Bay was second in the 200-yard individual medley in 2:02.00.

SOFLO’s Juan Lucas of Pembroke Pines Charter was second in 55.91. SOFLO teammates Gustavo Valery of Flanagan was third in 56.16 and Andres Lares of Pembroke Pines Charter was fourth in 56.72.

St. Thomas Aquinas, trailing for most of the meet, defended its girls’ title winning with 438.50 points. The Raiders overtook the lead after the breaststroke event. Raider diver Karlee Price defended her title with 299.10 points. Caitlin Ahern was the only other individual winner for St. Thomas in the 100-yard breaststroke in 1:04.10.

For the second year in a row, Cypress Bay was girls’ runner-up with 401 points and Fort Lauderdale was third with 318.50.

Cypress Bay well-stocked boys team, runner-up last year, dethroned defending champion St. Thomas capturing the team title with an impressive 534 points. St. Thomas was second with 395.50 and Fort Lauderdale was third with 323.50.

Cypress Bay won five individual titles including double winners Mark Burnley in the 200-yard freestyle in 1:45.00 and 500-yard freestyle in 4:47.10 and Jorge Depassier in the 200-yard individual medley in 2:01.22 and 100-yard breaststroke in 1:01.93. Carlos Gallego won the 100-yard butterfly in 53.82.

Fort Lauderdale High boys were impressive, also. Raphael Marcoux won the 50-yard freestyle in 21.01 and 100-yard freestyle in 46.13. Philippe Marcoux won the 100-yard backstroke in 54.10. The brothers teamed with Tyler Zuyus and James Dika to win the 200-yard freestyle relay in 1:27.52 and teamed with Zuyus and James Dika to win the 400-yard freestyle relay in 3:13.95.


1.St. Thomas Aquinas 438.50, 2. Cypress Bay 401, 3. Fort Lauderdale 318.50, 4. Nova 258, 5. Douglas 248, 6. Pembroke Pines Charter 224, 7. Pompano Beach 187, 8. Cardinal Gibbons 178, 9. Coral Glades 161, 10. West Broward 149, 11. Northeast 147, 12. South Broward 121, 13. Taravella 120.50, 14. South Plantation 115, 15. Hollywood Hills 79, 16. Deerfield Beach 65, 17. Western 56, 18. Flanagan 49, 19. Plantation 47, 20. Coral Springs 33, 21. Cooper City 32, 22. Monarch 21.50, 23. Stranahan 14, 24. McArthur 4.


200-yard medley relay: 1. St. Thomas Aquinas 1:49.63 (Samantha Stinemire, Caitlin Ahern, Quinn Connor, Natalya Wozab), 2. Douglas 1:55.77, 3. Nova 1:57.09, 5. Cypress Bay 2:01.76 (Jessica Modrak, Alemy Barreto, Haley Wright, Carly Swanson), 6. Pembroke Pines Charter 2:02.13 (Kelley Heron, Lilli Calero, Andrea Melendez, Victoria Hill), 11. West Broward 2:08.05 (Stephanie Mlujeak, Bianca Monti, Zariya Harris, Melissa Marinheiro).

200-yard freestyle: 1. Samantha Roth, Douglas 1:56.65, 2. Kelly Gest, Cardinal Gibbons 2:00.98, 3. Haley Wright, Cypress Bay 2:01.25.

200-yard individual medley: 1. Kelley Heron, Pembroke Pines Charter 2:10.84, 2. Megan Schimansky, Coral Glades 2:14.24, 3. Sarah Asseraf, St. Thomas Aquinas 2:16.55, 8. Bianca Monti, West Broward 2:24.83.

50-yard freestyle: 1. Osianna McReed, Northeast 24.15, 2. Fatimah Westbrook, Fort Lauderdale 24.38, 3. Allora Williams, Plantation 25.05, 12. Carly Swanson, Cypress Bay 26.22, 13. Luisa Suzuki, Monarch 26.44.

100-yard butterfly: 1. Amanda Tipton, Nova 58.40, 2. Racine Ross, Hollywood Hills 59.54, 3. Sarah Asseraf, St. Thomas 1:01.38, 6. Haley Wright, Cypress Bay 1:02.71, 7. Natasta Testa, Cooper City 1:02.75, 13. Zariya Harris, West Broward 1:09.37.

100-yard freestyle: 1. Emiliana Perez, Cypress Bay 53.54, 2. Samantha Roth, Douglas 53.66, 3. Courtney Stewart, Pompano Beach 54.07, 10. Carly Swanson, Cypress Bay 56.65, 12. Luisa Suzuki, Monarch 58.87, 14. Stephanie Mlujeak, West Broward 59.98.

500-yard freestyle: 1. Melissa Marinheiro, SOFLO 5:00.67, 2. Lydia Musleh, Coral Glades 5:04.65, 3. Lilli Calero, Pembroke Pines Charter 5:29.33, 10. Katherine DeBarros, Pembroke Pines Charter 5:41.87.

200-yard freestyle relay: 1. Douglas 1:42.79 (Samantha Roth, Emily Jurich, Hannah Roseman, Nicole Gautieri), 2. Fort Lauderdale 1:43.16, 3. Cypress Bay 1:44.71 (Carly Swanson, Jessica Modrak, Andrea van den Berg, Emliana Perez), 6. Pembroke Pines Charter 1:49.13 (Lilli Calero, Monica Rodriguez, Andrea Melendez, Victoria Hill).

100-yard backstroke: 1. Amanda Tipton, Nova 58.52, 2. Megan Schimansky, Coral Glades 59.38, 3. Kelley Heron, Pembroke Pines Charter 1:01.03, 16. Stephanie Mlujeak, West Broward 1:11.70.

100-yard breaststroke: 1. Caitlin Ahern, St. Thomas 1:04.10, 2. Emily Jurich, Douglas 1:07.68, 3. Fatimah Westbrook, Fort Lauderdale 1:08.16, 16. Bianca Monti, West Broward 1:20.13, 20. Star Fassler, Cooper City 1:24.01.

400-yard freestyle relay: 1. Cypress Bay 3:43.76 (Haley Wright, Andrea van den Berg, Sophia Bucaro, Emiliana Perez), 2. Pembroke Pines Charter 3:46.88 (Victoria Hill, Lilli Calero, Andrea Melendez, Kelley Heron), 3. St. Thomas 3:47.48, 5. West Broward 3:53.26 (Bianca Monti, Whitney Johnson, Stephanie Mlujeak, Melissa Marinheiro).

1-meter springboard diving: 1. Karlee Price, St. Thomas 299.10, 2. Leanna Sheffer, South Plantation 239.55, 3. Carly Ehrlich, Pompano Beach 237.30.


1.Cypress Bay 534, 2. St. Thomas Aquinas 395.50, 3. Fort Lauderdale 323.50, 4. Pembroke Pines Charter 316, 5. Douglas 295.50, 6. Pompano Beach 214.50, 7. Nova 211, 8. Monarch 176, 9. West Broward 157, 10. Flanagan 136, 11. Cardinal Gibbons 119, 12. Deerfield Beach 103.50, 13. Taravella 93, 14. Western 79.50, 15. South Plantation 65.50, 16. South Broward 51, 17. Coral Springs 44, 18. Plantation 32.50, 19. Coral Glades 29, 20. tie, Cooper City, Northeast 28, 22. Hollywood Hills 24, 23. Piper 11, 24. Coconut Creek 10, 25. McArthur 4.


200-yard medley relay: 1. Pompano Beach 1:42.42 (Joseph Ring, Christopher Schulte, Vitor Zielinski, Andrew Coffey), 2. St. Thomas Aquinas 1:42.47, 3. Douglas 1:44.20, 5. Pembroke Pines Charter 1:47.56 (Juan Lucas, Tyler Gibson, Andres Lares, Ryan Capote), 8. West Broward 1:48.84 (Juan Osorio, Brendan Cassie, Alex Monti, Brandon Adelkopf), 9. Flanagan 1:51.63 (Gustavo Valery, Ray Fang, Fernando Quintero, Billy Conway).

200-yard freestyle: 1. Mark Burnley, Cypress Bay 1:45.00, 2. Ryan Capote, Pembroke Pines Charter 1:45.05, 3. Padraic Cassidy, St. Thomas Aquinas 1:48.49, 4. Juan Lucas, Pembroke Pines Charter 1:49.23, 6. Juan Diaz, Cypress Bay 1:51.50, 11. Matthew Menocal, West Broward 1:54.51, 18. Juan Osorio, West Broward 2:00.72.

200-yard individual medley: 1. Jorge Depassier, Cypress Bay 2:01.22, 2. Jonathan Strod, Cypress Bay 2:02.00, 3. Henrique Yamamoto, Douglas 2:03.79.

50-yard freestyle: 1. Raphael Marcoux, Fort Lauderdale 21.01, 2. Fisher Crist, Cardinal Gibbons 22.05, 3. Fernando Navarrete, Cypress Bay 22.91, 5. Gustavo Valery, Flanagan 22.98, 16. Bruno Berti, Pembroke Pines Charter 24.14.

100-yard butterfly: 1. Carlos Gallego, Cypress Bay 53.82, 2. Henrique Yamamoto, Douglas 54.10, 3. Otavio Metzker, Monarch 55.43, 9. Nikolas Ujueta, Pembroke Pines Charter 58.23, 12. Bruno Berti, Pembroke Pines Charter 1:00.44, 16. Brandon Fratianni, Pembroke Pines Charter 1:04.97, 19. Teddy Sandoval, Cooper City 1:07.76.

100-yard freestyle: 1. Raphael Marcoux, Fort Lauderdale 46.13, 2. Philippe Marcoux, Fort Lauderdale 47.20, 3. Ryan Capote, Pembroke Pines Charter 48.05, 10. Alex Monti, West Broward 51.26, 18. Nikolas Ujueta, Pembroke Pines Charter 58.97.

500-yard freestyle: 1. Mark Burnley, Cypress Bay 4:47.10, 2. Eduardo Pineiro-Barros, Cypress Bay 4:49.30, 3. Padraic Cassidy, St. Thomas Aquinas 4:53.43, 9. Andres Lares, Pembroke Pines Charter 4:57.70, 11. Alex Monti, West Broward 5:01.39, 14. Jonathan Strod, Cypress Bay 5:04.65, 23. Matthew Menocal, Pembroke Pines Charter 6:03.85.

200-yard freestyle relay: 1. Fort Lauderdale 1:27.52 (Philippe Marcoux, Tyler Zuyus, James Dika, Raphael Marcoux), 2. St. Thomas 1:30.01, 3. Cypress Bay 1:32.04, 6. Pembroke Pines Charter 1:34.12 (Stephen Duhaney, Matthew Menocal, Nikolas Ujueta, Bruno Berti).

100-yard backstroke: 1. Philippe Marcoux, Fort Lauderdale 54.10, 2. Juan Lucas, Pembroke Pines Charter 55.91, 3. Gustavo Valery, Flanagan 56.16, 4. Andres Lares, Pembroke Pines Charter 56.72, 9. Juan Osorio, West Broward 1:01.34.

100-yard breaststroke: 1. Jorge Depassier, Cypress Bay 1:01.93, 2. Tristan Celestin, Douglas 1:02.45, 3. Dylan Allen, Douglas 1:04.68, 6. Brendan Cassie, West Broward 1:05.85, 9. Baldwin Suen, Cypress Bay 1:07.75.

400-yard freestyle relay: 1. Fort Lauderdale 3:13.95 (Philippe Marcoux, Tyler Zuyus, James Dika, Raphael Marcoux), 2. Cypress Bay 3:19.02, 3. St. Thomas Aquinas 3:20.07, 4. Pembroke Pines Charter 3:22.13 (Juan Lucas, Bruno Berti, Matthew Menocal, Ryan Capote), 7. Flanagan 3:39.06 (Billy Conway, Ray Fang, Fernando Quintero, Gustavo Valery), 8. West Broward 3:44.43 (Juan Osorio, Brandon Adelkopf, Brendan Cassie, Alex Monti).

1-meter springboard diving: 1. Logan Downey, South Plantation 357.45, 2. Devin Nugent, St. Thomas 229.30, 3. Hudson Coldren, Cardinal Gibbons 209.45.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com