Saint John Paul II Academy wins, Glades Day loses in boys basketball

Saint John Paul II Academy 58, Inlet Grove 25: Nick Fisher led the Eagles with 14 points followed by Koby Opoku, P.J. Cimo, and T.J. Lawlor with 12 each to defeat the Hurricanes in Boca Raton.

Clewiston 67, Glades Day 61: Jorge Acosta scored 23 points and A.J. McPhee added 10 more, but the Gators (0-3) still fell to the Tigers in Belle Glade.

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