Boys basketball: No. 4 Forest Hill rolls to win


Mehki Millender had 10 points, five rebounds, five assists and five steals, leading the fourth-ranked Forest Hill boys basketball team to a 65-27 rout of Port St. Lucie on Tuesday in West Palm Beach.

Jalen Jackson added six rebounds, three assists, three steals and three blocks and Donovan Draper contributed seven points, six rebounds and four steals for the Falcons (20-3).

No. 7 Spanish River 52, Olympic Heights 42: Charles West scored 16 points, Malacai Davis added 14 points and 10 rebounds, and Jeremy Hock contributed 10 points as the Sharks (16-6) got past the Lions in Boca Raton.

No. 9 Santaluces 54, Somerset Canyons 50: Justin Nichelson scored 15 points and Tyler Miller added 13 as the Chiefs (17-7) held off the Cougars in Boynton Beach. Michael Quan scored 13 points and eclipsed 1,000 points in his career for the Cougars.

Palm Beach Central 57, Boynton Beach 46: Gyvicht Geneus scored 21 points and Cordae Walton had a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds as the Broncos (16-8) defeated the Tigers in Boynton Beach. Evans Desmond scored 13 points for Boynton.

West Boca Raton 59, American Heritage 46: Zach Desir had 23 points and 14 rebounds, Matthew Mule added nine points, four rebounds and four assists and Joey Gigiolotti contributed 10 points and eight rebounds as the Bulls defeated the Stallions in Boca Raton.

Oxbridge Academy 68, Village Academy 41: Casey Meyers scored 15 points and Troy Joseph added 12 as the ThunderWolves (15-8) rolled past the Tigers in West Palm Beach.

Port St. Lucie-Centennial 55, Palm Beach Gardens 49: Ricardrick Haye scored 15 points, but the Gators’ (4-16) fell to the Eagles in Palm Beach Gardens.

Benjamin 67, Weston-Sagemont 51: Ben Lubarsky made six 3-pointers and scored 31 points and Steele Carlson added 11 to lead the Buccaneers (16-8) over the Lions in Palm Beach Gardens.



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