Boys basketball: No. 4 Suncoast tops No. 8 Palm Beach Lakes


Miclenby Geffrard scored 15 points, leading the fourth-ranked Suncoast boys basketball team to a 56-50 victory over eighth-ranked Palm Beach Lakes on Friday night in Riviera Beach.

Isaiah Eden added 10 points and Samuel Rolle contributed five points, eight assists and eight rebounds for the Chargers (7-0).

No. 2 Lake Worth 67, No. 9 Spanish River 55: Avery Brooks had 22 points and 10 rebounds, Marques Spann added 14 points and eight assists and Jay Medor contributed 18 points and six assists as the Trojans (8-0) defeated the Sharks in Lake Worth.

No. 3 Wellington 66, Seminole Ridge 52: Bryan Williams scored a game-high 32 points, and John Philistin added 12 points and eight rebounds for the Wolverines, who improved to 7-0 with the win. Jeremiya Brown scored 18 points for the Hawks.

No. 6 Santaluces 59, Park Vista 44: Justin Nicholson scored 15 points and Chance Dixon added eight as the Chiefs (6-1) handled the Cobras in Lantana.

Olympic Heights 58, Boynton Beach 57: Evan Botwinik scored 12 points and Austin Geller added 10 as the Lions edged the Tigers in Boynton Beach.

John I. Leonard 74, Jupiter 63: Jerquan Worthen scored his 1,000th career point in the Lancers’ win over the Warriors. He finished with a game-high 27 points, and Jevon Allen added 16. Trent Webb had 22 points for Jupiter. John I. Leonard improved to 3-2.

West Boca Raton 71, American Heritage 56: Zach Desir had 24 points and 10 rebounds and Max Dorb added 11 points as the Bulls (1-8) defeated the Stallions in Delray Beach.

Olympic Heights 58, Boynton Beach 57: Evan Bowinik and Ryan Rubin each scored 12 points, and Micah Octave and Austin Geller added 10 to lift the Lions past the Tigers.

Palm Beach Central 68, Palm Beach Gardens 60: Gyvicht Geneus had 27 points and 10 rebounds and Rodney Martin added seven points and five steals to lead the Broncos (6-1) past the Gators in Wellington.

St. John Paul II 62, St. Andrew’s 55: David Curlee scored 13 points and T.J. Lawlor added 10 as the Eagles (7-0) held off the Scots (6-2) in Boca Raton. Marcus Pelissier scored 28 points and Jammy Pierre-Louis added 16 for St. Andrew’s.

Glades Central 84, Glades Day 47: Javian Golphin had 19 points and 14 rebounds, Jimmy Gray added 11 points and Ernest Jackson contributed six steals to lead the Raiders (3-1) over the Gators (1-6) in Belle Glade. A.J. McPhee had 24 points and Jacob Camacho added 17 for Glades Day.

Inlet Grove 70, Lake Worth Christian 43: Dantae Mosley scored 17 points, Javaris Chevelon added 16 and Kevin Anders contributed 10 points and five assists as the Hurricanes (4-2) rolled over the Defenders in Riviera Beach.

Olympic Heights 60, Seminole Ridge 59: Ryan Rubin made five 3-pointers and scored 17 points, Austin Geller added 13 points and Evan Botwinik contributed 11 as the Lions (3-2) got past the Hawks late Thursday in Boca Raton. Malachi McDowell scored 10 points for the Hawks.



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