Miami High and AAU team Miami Suns combined to host the first annual SUTS Reports New Year's Classic on Saturday and many of South Florida's top girls' basketball players were present.
The Herald had a full report on the results led by the Flangan victory. The eight-game marathon also included a late 57-41 Ferguson win over Nova as Stony Brook signee Giolibeth Perez notched 24 points and eight steals while Natalia Pineda added 19 points and seven rebounds.
Here are the prospects and the colleges they have signed with:
Mary Katherine Moore (St. Thomas) -- Bucknell*
Tytionia Adderly (Cardinal Newman) -- FGCU
Hayley Duren (American Heritage) -- Pepperdine*
Megan Gorman (Vero Beach) -- Yale
Naila Delinois (Northeast) -- St. Joseph's
Ashley Santigene (Northeast) -- Marshall
Daborah Hudson (Northeast) -- Southern
Giolibeth Perez (Ferguson) -- Stony Brook
Mikiah Harrigan (Flanagan) South Carolina
Others who are not yet signed but are college-level prospects -- Ferguson: sophomore Natalia Pineda; American Heritage: junior Taylor Smith, junior Auviance Lindo; Miami High: freshman Shekinah Rachel, senior Alondra Angulo; Fort Lauderdale: junior Keyanna Warthen, junior Tamiracle Taylor; Oxbridge Academy: freshman Aaliyah Stanley; Northeast: junior Cabria Lee; Nova: junior Rikiah Cowart; Archbishop McCarthy: junior Reagan McCray; Westminster Academy: junior Raquel Rosa; Hallandale: junior Destiny Walters; Grandview Prep: senior Kristin Rampersad; St. Thomas Aquinas: sophomore Emma Krause; Cardinal Newman: junior Sydni Donovan, junior Milan Morris.
Coaches from Marshall, FIU, Coastal Carolina and Barry University were in attendance.