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Basketball: Suncoast girls roll to victory


Elisabeth McCray scored 13 points, leading the Suncoast girls basketball team to a 56-17 rout of Glades Central on Wednesday night in Belle Glade.

The Chargers improved to 6-1 on the season with the victory.

Wellington 45, Royal Palm Beach 15: Jillian Duncan scored 18 points and Camryn DeBose added 12 as the Wolverines cruised past the Wildcats in Royal Palm Beach. Tasha Joseph scored six points for Royal Palm.

Seminole Ridge 26, Olympic Heights 12: Aneshea Cason scored 10 points as the Hawks (3-3) took care of the Lions (1-5) in Boca Raton.

John I. Leonard 68, Park Vista 55: Leticia Luna scored 17 points and Aja Greg added 13 as the Lancers (6-2) defeated the Cobras in Greenacres.

Pahokee 46, Spanish River 45: India Sheppard scored 22 points as the Blue Devils (4-2) edged the Sharks (1-5) in Boca Raton. Olivia Svendsen scored 21 points for the Sharks.

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Suncoast 52, Fort Pierce Westwood 34: Miclenby Gerfard scored 13 points as the Chargers (3-0) stopped the Panthers (0-3) in Riviera Beach.

Boca Raton 85, Olympic Heights 59: Cade Long scored 22 points and Kinsley Forestal added 18 to lead the Bobcats over the Tigers in Boca Raton. Austin Geller scored 12 points for Heights.


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