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High school boys basketball: Wellington, Central post wins


Palm Beach Central 62, Jupiter 52: The Broncos defeated the Warriors in Jupiter.

Wellington 72, John I. Leonard 54: Jonathan Philistin had 25 points and 10 rebounds and Linton Brown added 15 points as the Wolverines (4-0) stayed perfect handling the Lancers in Wellington.

Coral Springs Charter 58, St. Andrew’s 44: Jammy Pierre-Louis had 19 points, including four three-pointers but the Scots (3-1) lost to the Panthers in Boca Raton.

St. John Paul II Academy 100, Coral Springs Christian 21: T. J. Lawlor had 17 points, Nick Fischer added 16 points and Justin Roseme contributed 13 points as the Eagles (4-0) set down the Panthers in Boca Raton.

Inlet Grove 66, Cardinal Newman 56: Dante Moses had 30 points, five three-pointers and 10 rebounds, Kevin Anders added 21 points and five assists and Javaris Chevelon contributed seven points as the Hurricanes (2-1) beat the Crusaders in Riviera Beach.

Palm Beach Gardens 66, Seminole Ridge 42: Ricardrick Haye scored 19 points, including three three-pointers, and Armani Hayes added 19 points, as the Gators (1-3) defeated the Hawks in Palm Beach Gardens.

Coral Springs Charter 58, St. Andrew’s 44: Jammy Pierre-Louis scored 19 points but the Scots (3-1) fell to the Panthers in Boca Raton.

Spanish River 95, Boca Raton 93: Malaccai Davis-Issa led in scoring with 33 points and hit the game winner as time ran out, leading the Sharks past the Bobcats in Boca Raton. Maxime Demeus scored 25 points for the Bobcats.

Benjamin 64, Oxbridge Academy 63: Ben Lubarsky scored 20 points and Jordan Davis added 18 points as the Buccaneers (6-0) edged the Thunderwolves in West Palm Beach. Ronique Spencer scored 20 points for the Thunderwolves.

Somerset Canyons 80, Port St. Lucie-Somerset Prep 42: Anderson Estime scored 20 points and had five steals, and John Mercado added 13 points as the Cougars (3-2) got past the Spartans in Boynton Beach.



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