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Bryan Williams scored 18 points as the second-ranked Wellington boys basketball team remained undefeated with a 62-33 rout of North Miami Beach-Hillel 33.

Trey Perry added and Texan Moulton contributed 10 points and eight rebounds as the Wolverines (17-0) broke school records for best start to the season and most consecutive wins.

No. 1 Dwyer 82, Palm Beach Gardens 52: Eddie Davis had 20 points and 10 rebounds, and Miles Coleman added 18 points, 15 rebounds and seven assists as the Panthers (16-1) overpowered the Gators in Palm Beach Gardens.

No. 3 Lake Worth 62, Santaluces 43: Japhet Medor scored 14 points to lead the Falcons (15-1) over the Chiefs (12-4) in Lantana. Justin Nichelson scored nine points for Santaluces.

No. 7 Spanish River 83, Boca Raton 73: Jashone Anderson had 34 points and 12 rebounds, Malacai Davis added 15 points and seven rebounds and Jeremy Hock contributed 15 points and six rebounds as the Sharks (12-4) defeated the Bobcats in Boca Raton. Cade Long scored 34 points for Boca.

Boynton Beach 69, John I. Leonard 68: Marques Burton and Kenta Hamilton each scored 17 points as the Tigers edged the Lancers (6-7) in Greenacres. Jordan Brown scored 17 points for Leonard.

Palm Beach Lakes 62, Royal Palm Beach 44: Giancarlo Rosado led all scorers with 19 points, and Sheldon Edwards added 16 as the Rams (7-5) defeated the Wildcats in West Palm Beach.

Jupiter 67, Jensen Beach 56: Josh Williams scored 14 points and Trent Webb and Jamael Stroman each added 13 as the Warriors (8-8) defeated the Falcons in Jensen Beach.

Benjamin 56, Weston-Sagemont 50: Jordan Travis had 22 points and eight rebounds as the Buccaneers (10-6) held off the Lions in Weston.

Somerset Canyons 81, Yeshiva 63: Michael Quan scored 15 points, Anderson Estime added 13 points and four steals and Karl Jayseus contributed 12 points as the Cougars (5-6) handled the Storm in Boca Raton.

St. John Paul II 66, Coconut Creek-North Broward Prep 38: David Curlee scored 16 points, Kirt Bromley added 14 and T.J. Lawlor contributed 10 as the Eagles won in Coconut Creek.

Glades Day 54, Ave Maria-Donahue Catholic 47: Jacob Camacho scored 19 points and A.J. McPhee added 18 to lead the Gators (3-9) over the Shamrocks in Belle Glade.

Jupiter Christian 74, Fort Pierce-John Carroll 64: Gideon Germinal scored 17 points, Dion Fernander chipped in 15 points and 12 rebounds and Gethro Germinal contributed 10 rebounds as the Eagles (12-4) defeated the Golden Rams in the Sunshine State Athletic Conference South regional championship late Monday in Jupiter. Clay Fitzmorris added 15 points, 12 of them in the fourth quarter, for the Eagles, who will face Orlando’s Faith Academy, winners of the North Regional Championship, in the SSAC state tournament final on Jan. 27.



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