Thursday, June 10, 2010
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“We are incredibly proud of our baseball team,” said Dr. Richard Perhla, principal of Archbishop McCarthy High School. “To top it off, this is the very first time the Town of Southwest Ranches has presented [a key] to anyone.”
Southwest Ranches Mayor Jeff Nelson, council members Doug McKay and Freddie Fisikelli, and town administrator Charlie Lynn presented Dr. Perhla with a key to the town and a plaque congratulating the school for its 2010 4A state championship victory. It is the school’s first ever state championship in any sport.
McCarthy athletes receive college scholarships
Seven athletes from Archbishop McCarthy High School participated in the school’s annual athletic scholarship signing ceremony and luncheon on May 19 in the media center. Family, friends, coaches, teachers, administrators and college bound athletes attended the event, officiated by the school’s athletic director, Anthony Massaro.
The following students were awarded athletic scholarships:
• David Vazquez of Davie will play baseball for Florida International University
• Michael Carballo of Pembroke Pines will play baseball for University of South Florida
• Zach Perkins of Miramar will play basketball for Maryville College in St. Louis
• Michael Somma of Davie will play football for Lake Forest College
• Trevor Wezkiewicz of Davie will play football for St. Vincent College
• Billy Wiesler of Cooper City will run track for Louisiana State University
• Ines Zanotti of Weston will play volleyball for Catholic University of America