Another Miami Miracle, but this time for True North. Columbus golf wins again. Bowling and more

Another Miami Miracle as the True North football team edged Archbishop Coleman Carroll 33-28.

What a finish.

True North scored with 45 seconds to play to go ahead 27-21.

The Bulldogs did not quit, scoring with one second remaining to tie the game. True North then blocked the extra point, but a roughing the kicker penalty gave Archbishop Coleman Carroll another chance, and freshman kicker Ethan Silva took advantage, converting the PAT, which ignited a Bulldogs celebration, leading 28-27.

On the ensuing kickoff -- the final play -- True North took a page from the University of Miami special teams playbook (vs. Duke 2015) and Miami Dolphins special teams chart (vs. New England 2018).

JonJon Delgado of the Titans received the kickoff and lateraled to Jasen “J-Roc” Lopez, who returned the ball to Delgado. He then ran toward the other sideline, before turning and lateraling the ball via legal backward pass to the middle of the field, where Josh Reyes caught it and motored toward the opposite sideline, racing 70 yards for the miraculous winning TD.

True North football won in dramatic fashion against Archbishop Coleman Carroll.
True North football won in dramatic fashion against Archbishop Coleman Carroll.

It marked the first loss for the Bulldogs. True North improved to 4-2.

True North vs. Archbishop Coleman Carroll in football.
True North vs. Archbishop Coleman Carroll in football.

True North 33, Archbishop Coleman Carroll 28: TN: QB Zac Katz (8th) 20-of-22 passing, 317 yds, 4 TDs, 1 carry, 11 yds; Josh Reyes (Jr) 5 tackles, 2 kick returns, 90 yds, 1 TD (80-yd kick return to win the game with 1 sec left); Jasen “J-Roc” Lopez (Fr) 8 receptions, 156 yds, 2 TDs, 2 kick returns, 15 yds; JonJon Delgado (Sr) 8 tackles, 3 receptions, 33 yds, 5 rushes, 23 yds; Reed Ramirez (Jr) 5 receptions, 46 yds, 1 TD; Robert Finlay (Jr) 1 reception, 4 yds, TD; Jorge Cascudo (Sr) 3 receptions, 78 yds; George Harris (8th) 5 tackles; Micheal Solomon (Jr) 5 tackles, 1 TFL; Tristian Smith (Sr) 5 tackles, 2 TFL; Jayson Lopez (So) 7 tackles; Christian Garcia (So) 6 tackles, 1 TFL. True North (4-2), ACC (4-1).


Senior Max Fonseca of Columbus won on a match of scorecards for medalist honors, and that helped the Explorers capture another team title this season, winning the Maverick Golf Invitational at Grand Palms Golf & Country Club in Pembroke Pines.

Max Fonseca of Columbus golf won the Maverick Invitational.
Max Fonseca of Columbus golf won the Maverick Invitational.

Fonseca fired 3-under 69, tying for first with Archbishop McCarthy juniors Brett Moore and Ryan Lopez. The Mavericks placed fourth.

Helping Fonseca were top 10 finishers Christian Figuredo (4th at 71) and Hans Risvaer (6th at 72).

Columbus golf won the Maverick Invitational.
Columbus golf won the Maverick Invitational.

Ransom Everglades took runner-up honors with Douglas at 304, 17 strokes behind Columbus. Archbishop McCarthy totaled 305.

This marked the fourth tournament win for Columbus this season.

Team: 1. Columbus 287; 2. Ransom Everglades and Stoneman Douglas 304; 4 Archbishop McCarthy 305; 5. Westlake Prep 311; 6. Belen Jesuit 313; 7. North Broward Prep 314; 8. St. Thomas Aquinas 323; 9. Cardinal Gibbons 324; 10. Doral Academy 330; 11. Gulliver Prep 332; 12. Westminster Academy 339; 13. St. Andrew’s-Boca Raton 342; 14. Archbishop McCarthy B 359; 15. Divine Savior 360; 16. Miami Country Day 368; 17. Key West 378.

Individual: 1. * Max Fonseca (Col), Brett Moore (AM) and Ryan Lopez (AM) 69; 4. Christian Figuredo (Col) and Corbin Scott (WP) 71; 6. Hans Risvaer (Col), Hugo Stenstrom (RE) and Lorenzo Rodriguez (Bel) 72; 9. Dylan Marrone (SD), TJ Thompson (SD) and Sean Richards (NBP) 74; 12. Gonzalo Flores (Dor), Sebastian Kawas (Col), Ryan Shimony (SD), Nick Viana (RE) and Everett Waldman (StA-Boca) 75; 17. Filippo Martelli (NBP), Marco Sanchez (AM) and Daniel Vanososte (DS) 76; 20. Jesse Hellring (RE) and Andy Whitby (WC) 77; 22. Dylan Grassbaugh (Dor), Ryan Nieto (Bel), Carlos Salazar (CG), Nicco Salemi (WP) and Bryson Soviero (StA) 78; 27. Sammy Gilden (StA), Hudson Hall (CG), Kobe Lopez (RE), Mathew Marcelino (StA), Tristan Thifault (CG) and Elijah Zamarron (WP) 80.

*-denotes won on a match of scorecards

More golf

BOYS: Florida Christian 153, Palmer Trinity 194 at Palmetto Golf Course (par 36): Medalist Kalani Centeno (FC) 35; Nicholas Prieto (FC) 37; Kevin Corzo (FC) 39; Eros Razuri-Hoyos (FC) 42 (FC); Matias Saavedra (PT) 45.

GIRLS: Doral Academy 149, Palmer Trinity 166, Ransom Everglades 187 at Biltmore Golf Course (par 35): Remi Bacardi (PT) 31; Gabriella Gomez (Dor) 34; Mia Caraballo (Dor) 36; Kate Khvorostian (RE) 37; Maria Quintero (Dor) 38.


The 2022 Junior Orange Bowl Basketball Classic is Dec. 28-30 at Westminster Christian School in Palmetto Bay.

The boys’ division includes Archbishop Carroll-Pennsylvania, Gulliver Prep, Hedgesville-West Virginia, Lakota West-Ohio, Mater Lakes Academy, Miami Norland, St. Brendan, and Westminster Christian.

The girls’ division includes Colegio Adianez-Puerto Rico, Lovejoy-Georgia, Miami Norland, Miami Senior, Palmer Trinity, Peachtree Ridge-Georgia, Somerset Academy Silver Palms-Miami, and South Broward.


Doral Academy d. Florida Christian 25-18, 23-25, 25-13, 25-13: Izabela Molina 11 kills, 5 blocks; Angelin Vazquez 45 digs, 2 aces; Sophie Torres 11 kills, 5 digs, 3 aces. Dor (13-4).

Ransom Everglades d. MAST 25-21, 25-8, 25-16: The Raiders improved to 10-9.


BOYS: Columbus 7, South Miami 0: Chris Ferrer (COL) high game 231, high series 640. Col (4-0).

BOYS: Southwest 7, Pinecrest Glades Academy 0: Gregory Pons high game 178, high series 436. SW (2-0).

BOYS: Southwest 7, TERRA 0: Kevin Lasso (SW) high game 169, high series 457. SW (3-0).

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Roundup compiled by Jim Varsallone