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Girls basketball: No. 2 Oxbridge Academy rolls to victory


Alexa Zaph made four 3-pointers and scored 25 points, leading the second-ranked Oxbridge Academy girls basketball team to a 68-40 rout of Southwest Ranches-Archbishop McCarthy on Friday night in West Palm Beach.

Aaliyah Stanley added 11 points for the Thunderwolves (8-3).

No. 9 Grandview Prep 49, Pinecrest-Gulliver Prep 38: Scarlett Anosier had 21 points and 11 rebounds, Alexis Romer added 11 points and 11 assists and Danielle Montelbano contributed four steals as the Pride (6-3) defeated the Raiders in Boca Raton.

Park Vista 58, Pahokee 46: Brooke Bogatz had 23 points, nine assists and six rebounds and Cayla Polsky added 15 points, four rebounds and three steals as the Cobras (4-3) defeated the Blue Devils in Boynton Beach.

Jupiter 50, Atlantic 42: Amari Allen scored 14 points and Tari Etheart added eight points and 10 rebounds, but the Eagles (1-6) fell to the Warriors (9-2) in Delray Beach.

Lake Worth Christian 64, Inlet Grove 28: Jillian Schenk scored 19 points, Marley Estornell added 18 and Jodibeth Elardo scored 16 points, including the 1,000th point of her career, as the Defenders (10-2) overpowered the Hurricanes in Riviera Beach.

St. Andrew’s 47, St. John Paul II 13: Kayla DeHerrera scored 10 points and Harper Hawk added nine as the Scots (7-3) overpowered the Eagles in Boca Raton.

Cardinal Newman 51, Spanish River 45: Bianca Cantando had 20 points and four assists and Madeline Viton added 15 rebounds to help the Crusaders hold off the Sharks in Boca Raton.

Berean Christian 52, Hollywood-Sheridan Hills Christian 23: Jenna Brannon scored 19 points and Therezhina Graham added 17 as the Bulldogs (4-6) rolled over the Sharks in West Palm Beach.

Jupiter Christian 81, Pompano Beach-Highlands Christian 66: Gethro Germinal had 24 points and eight rebounds, Toler Reiff added 18 points and Gedeon Germinal contributed 12 rebounds as the Eagles (6-2) defeated the Knights in Jupiter.



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