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Flag football: Seminole Ridge tops Palm Beach Lakes


Christy Kemper caught the game-winning touchdown pass as the undefeated Seminole Ridge flag football team edged Palm Beach Lakes 6-0 on Thursday night in West Palm Beach.

With the victory, the Hawks improved to 4-0 on the season.

Wellington 19, Royal Palm Beach 0: Hallie Walker threw three touchdown passes to Skyler Hagan as the Wolverines (3-2) shut down the Wildcats in Royal Palm Beach.

Park Vista 33, Forest Hill 0: Diana Dorzene threw three touchdown passes to Olivia Razzo and ran for another score as the Cobras (4-0) shut out the Falcons in Lake Worth.

Santaluces 14, Boynton Beach 12: Lovely Moise threw for a touchdown and Leanza Wright had six catches for more than 100 yards and a touchdown as the Tigers (2-1) edged the Chiefs.

Dwyer 26, Palm Beach Gardens 0: Shannon McCool threw three touchdown passes, two of them to Summer Hane, as the Panthers (2-0) routed the Gators in Palm Beach Gardens.

Lake Worth 14, Boca Raton 6: Kiara Felder threw two touchdown passes and collected an interception on defense, leading the Trojans (2-2) over the Bobcats. Beaudelaine Mesadieu and Jacline Delice each caught touchdown passes for Lake Worth.



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