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Lacrosse: St. Andrew’s girls rout Wellington


Emma Braden had five goals and an assist, leading the St. Andrew’s girls lacrosse team to a 15-2 rout of Wellington on Thursday night.

Taylor Mullen added a goal and five assists for the Scots (2-5).

King’s Academy 14, Palm Beach Gardens 1: Mackenzie Marsh, Cami VanWart and Molly Erneston each scored three goals as the Lions (5-1) routed the Gators.

Cardinal Newman 23, Seminole Ridge 2: Claire Borland scored five goals, Kelly Dennes added three and Tammy Hutchinson contributed another as the Crusaders (5-1) dominated the Hawks in Loxahatchee.

Benjamin 13, Fort Lauderdale-Pine Crest 12: Kylie Kempe had seven goals, two draw controls and an interception as the Buccaneers (4-3) held on in Palm Beach Gardens.

Saint John Paul II Academy 12, Jupiter 7: Kylee Ring and Katie Trainor each scored three goals as the Eagles (4-1) took care of the Warriors in Boca Raton.

St. Andrew’s 12, Boca Raton 5: Emma Braden scored four goals and Taylor Mullen added three as the Scots (1-5) handled the Bobcats late Wednesday in Boca Raton.

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Cardinal Newman 18, Miami-LaSalle Inmaculata 1: Grant Quattlebaum scored four goals and Marcello Bertuzzelli, Teddy Ward and Scott Cianfrione contributed two goals apiece as the Crusaders coasted past the Royal Lions in Miami.



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