Coral Glades Recognizes Senior Basketball Players and Cheerleaders; Football Teams Begin Postseason • Coral Springs Talk

Coral Glades Boys Basketball. {Toro Hoops}

With the baseball regular season coming to a close, the Coral Glades basketball team honored their seniors as the boys soccer team was victorious in this week’s playoffs.

After the team’s first win over Coral Springs High School in 16 years in their last game, the Coral Glades held their Senior Night on Thursday.

“I am very proud and grateful to these seniors who gave me the opportunity to coach them because everyone has a choice, and they chose me,” said Stephen Whittingham. “They accomplished so much in one year that most Coral Glades teams have never accomplished.”

Dylan Burrowes led the Jaguars with 17 points and seven rebounds for their fifth straight win. They enter the postseason with a 16-9 record.

The only senior recognized from the girls basketball team was Lia Sorrentino. Coral Glades fell in the playoffs but headed to the postseason with four wins. They faced Stranahan, Lake Worth Christian, Pompano Beach, and Coconut Creek High School.

The Jaguars enter the postseason as the sixth seed and will face Cooper City High School on Tuesday, January 31. The Cowboys are the third seed and have gone 7-10 this year but have lost their last three games.

Coral Glades also recognized their top cheerleaders, Samaritan Jones, Anya Maliyah Fair, Gabriela Rivera, and Esther Thely. Head Coach Kim Valldeperas, who is in her first year as a coach at Coral Glades, said she is excited to have the opportunity to coach these girls.

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The Jaguars, who came in as the fourth seed, beat the Trojans 3-2. Jordvy Alvarez scored the first goal. Nico Acevedo also scored in his first game since October, while Diego Vasquez scored the third goal.

Coral Glades Boys Soccer. {athletics}

Head Coach Marc Lyon is proud of the fight his men have put up in a year that has had a lot of success.

“This is a special group of young men who have created a brotherhood in the school,” Lyon said. “I assured them that the work they are doing will not be noticed and will be greatly reduced if they continue to do what they are doing.”

Taravella finished their season with a 5-10-3 record. This is also the final game for seniors Leos Kennedy, Zach Zub, Chrisley Flerismond, Kenan Malme, Doriian Miller, and Daniel Freay, who is playing for Head Coach Sergio Mosquera in his first season at JPT.

The Jaguars fell to Marjory Stoneman Douglas 3-0 in Friday’s district semifinals in the high school final of Jose De La Torre, Simon Utrera, Diego Vasquez, Gabriel Marrero, Felipe Tejada, Daniel Matza, and Bryan Camacho.

The girls soccer team advanced to the district tournament with a 6-0 win over Kingdom High School on Friday. The Jaguars had four wins this year in the regular season and earned the four seed before becoming the Knights for the second time.

Coral Glades will play Marjory Stoneman Douglas in the district semifinals on Tuesday, Jan. 31, at 6 p.m. The Eagles went 8-0 in their only matchup this year and have beaten the Jaguars in the past three years in the tournament.

Coral Glades Girls Soccer. {athletics}

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