Poll: Who’s your Miami-Dade high school Golfers of the Year?
The 2022 high school golf season featured many standout players and performances once again in Miami-Dade County.
The Miami Herald recently published its All-Dade Golf team as well as its Golfers and Coaches of the Year.
This week, the Herald is asking you to vote on who you think was the best overall of those players this season.
Below is a look at the players who earned first team honors this season. Take our poll below to cast your vote. The poll will be open until Wednesday, Jan. 11, around 10 pm The top boy and girl vote-getters will be declared the winners of the fan vote.
You may vote as often as you like until then.
Here are the candidates:
▪ Andres Atrio, Columbus: A senior, Atrio tied for second at the Region 4-Class 3A championship as well as at the GMAC tournament and was part of the Explorers’ runner-up finish at state.
▪ Max Fonseca, Columbus: Fonseca, a senior, finished with a team-best 71.8 average. He also tied for fourth at the Region 4-3A championship and is committed to Penn.
▪ Christian Figueredo, Columbus: Figueredo, a senior, tied for seventh at the Class 3A meet and was tied for runner-up honors at GMAC. He signed with Florida Gulf Coast.
▪ Sebastian Kawas, Columbus: Kawas, a senior, tied for the runner-up spot at the District 16-3A championship and placed fourth at GMAC.
▪ Nicholas Prieto, Florida Christian: Prieto, a senior, was the runner-up at the state Class 1A meet, tied for fifth at the Region 4-1A championship, won the District 16-1A title as well as the Youth Fair title and is committed to Arizona State.
▪ Lorenzo Rodriguez, Belen Jesuit: Rodriguez, a sophomore, finished fourth at the state Class 2A meet and won the Region 4-2A championship.
▪ Gabriella Gomez, Doral Academy: Gomes, a senior, won the District 16-3A title, tied for runner-up honors at the Region 4-3A meet, and tied for the runner-up spot at the Youth Fair. Her team placed fifth at state in Class 3A.
▪ Gia Culler-Guerra, Mater Lakes: Culler-Guerra, a sophomore, was a co-champion in Region 4-2A, won the District 16-2A championship and tied for sixth at the Class 2A state meet.
▪ Remi Bacardi, Palmer Trinity: Bacardi, a sophomore, won the Youth Fair and District 16-1A titles and qualified individually for the state 1A meet.
▪ Dariana Breto, SLAM: Breto, a sophomore, tied for third at the District 16-1A meet and second at the Youth Fair meet. She is committed to FIU.
▪ Nicole Sardinha, Divine Savior: Sardinha, an eighth-grader, was the co-champion in District 15-1A and an individual qualifier for the Class 1A championship.
▪ Fernanda Carrion, Carrollton: Only a seventh-grader, Carrion was the runner-up at the District 16-1A championship.