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Flag football: Seminole Ridge improves to 3-0


Emily Higgins threw five touchdown passes, leading the Seminole Ridge flag football team to a 41-0 rout of Palm Beach Gardens on Tuesday in Loxahatchee.

Ashley Hollandsworth threw another touchdown pass for the Hawks (3-0).

Dwyer 7, Palm Beach Central 0: Kennedy Foster threw a touchdown pass to Hannah Primozic as the Panthers (1-0) defeated the Broncos in Palm Beach Gardens.

Glades Central 31, Okeechobee 0: Wiskerria Lemene threw for 278 yards and four touchdowns and also rushed for 80 yards, leading the Raiders (2-0) to the rout of the Brahmans in Okeechobee. Dekedra Pompey had two touchdown catches and 120 total receiving yards for Glades Central.

Boca Raton 25, Somerset Canyons 0: Megan Guerra had a 63-yard return for a touchdown and Ally Kelly and Skylar Truglia each had touchdown receptions as the Bobcats (2-1) rolled over the Cougars.



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