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Palmer Trinity, Ransom Everglades face-off finishes in a stalemate
The Ransom Everglades team traveled to Miami this week to face off against the Palmer Trinity Falcons on Friday. The Falcons and the Raiders finished in a 5-5 tie. The tie brought Palmer Trinity's conference record to 3-1-1, while Ransom Everglades' record became 3-2-1.
Doral Academy squeaks past Jackson
Friday, the Doral Academy Firebirds hosted the Jackson Generals for a varsity face-off. It was a nail biter: The Firebirds narrowly out-hustled the Jackson Generals in a 1-0 win. The win brought Doral Academy's record to 22-6, while Jackson's record fell to 4-12.
Sports Leadership & Management triumphs over Chaminade-Madonna
On Monday, the Sports Leadership & Management boys team traveled to Hollywood to face off against the Chaminade-Madonna Lions. Sports Leadership & Management ultimately defeated the Chaminade-Madonna Lions in a 4-2 victory. The loss brought Chaminade-Madonna's record to 6-14, while Sports Leadership & Management's record rose to 12-8.
LaSalle flounders against St. Brendan
The St. Brendan Sabres toppled the LaSalle Royal Lions 6-0 at home on Monday. The St. Brendan Sabres hit one home run, bringing their season total to three. The win brought St. Brendan's record to 4-16, while LaSalle's record fell to 13-9.
Brito strikes out against Champagnat Catholic
On Tuesday, the Brito Panthers lost to Hialeah's Champagnat Catholic Lions by a score of 2-5. The loss brought Brito's conference record to 3-1, while Champagnat Catholic's record rose to 3-3.