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Roundup: Seminole Ridge, Park Vista flag football teams stay perfect


Emily Higgins threw five touchdown passes, leading the undefeated Seminole Ridge flag football team to a 33-0 rout of Oxbridge Academy on Thursday night.

Channing O’Brien and Kristi Kemper each had two touchdown receptions for the Hawks (10-0).

Park Vista 14, Boynton Beach 7: Diana Dorzeme threw two touchdown passes as the Cobras (9-0) held off the Tigers.

Suncoast 12, Palm Beach Lakes 6: Laura Elkin and Kassidie Williams each had a touchdown reception and Olivia Schmidt threw a touchdown pass as the Chargers (9-2) defeated the Rams in Riviera Beach.

West Boca Raton 20, Boca Raton 0: Haley Prouty threw three touchdown passes, two to Jessica Falls and another to Amanda Benevente as the Bulls (7-1) shut down the Bobcats.

BOYS VOLLEYBALL

Palm Beach Gardens d. Park Vista 26-24, 18-25, 28-30, 25-23, 15-13: Tervinson Lubin had 21 assists and 18 kills, Henry Castellon added 26 assists and 12 kills and Zach Herb contribued 20 digs as the Gators (18-2) defeated the Cobras in Palm Beach Gardens.

John I. Leonard d. Seminole Ridge 25-21, 25-17, 25-18: Michael Thorpe had 11 blocks and nine kills and Rogelio Diaz added 19 kills and 20 digs as the Lancers swept the Hawks in Greenacres.

Forest Hill d. Santaluces 25-17, 26-24, 21-25, 25-23: Sal Capriglione had 17 kills, nine blocks, four digs and four aces as the Falcons (10-6) defeated the Chiefs.



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