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Boys volleyball: Palm Beach Gardens opens season with sweep of Jupiter


Henry Castellon had 15 assists, leading the Palm Beach Gardens boys volleyball team to a season-opening 25-14, 25-17, 25-9 sweep of Jupiter on Tuesday night in Palm Beach Gardens.

Zachary Herb added 12 digs for the Gators.

Palm Beach Gardens d. Jupiter 25-14, 25-17, 25-9: Henry Castellon had 15 assists and Zachary Herb added 12 digs as the Gators (1-0) swept the Warriors in Palm Beach Gardens.

Palm Beach Central d. Royal Palm Beach 25-12, 25-10, 25-20: Tate Davies had 12 service points and eight kills and Matt Smith added 25 service points, nine kills and two aces as the Broncos swept the Wildcats.

John I. Leonard d. Suncoast 25-18, 25-13, 25-18: Jorian Rivera had 15 kills and five service points; Rogelio Diaz added 17 kills and 10 service points, and Josue Rodriguez contributed 35 assists and five service points as the Lancers swept the Chargers.

Forest Hill d. American Heritage 25-19, 25-12, 26-16: Sal Capriglione had 10 kills and four blocks, Andrew Farias added 14 assists and Nick Bushway contributed four aces as the Falcons swept the Stallions.

Trinity Christian d. Boca Raton Christian 25-14, 25-21, 25-21: William Plaate had 21 assists as the Warriors (2-0) swept the Blazers in Lake Worth.



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