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Soccer: Wellington girls improve to 8-0-1

Abigail Bryan scored four goals, leading the Wellington girls soccer team to an 8-0 rout of Lake Worth on Wednesday in Lake Worth.

With the victory, the Wolverines improved to 8-0-1 on the season.

Glades Day 2, Inlet Grove 1: Ashley Hubbard and Kathryn each scored a goal as the Gators (4-2-2) edged the Hurricanes in Belle Glade.


Park Vista 5, John I. Leonard 1: Suddar Rneiti scored three goals and Reed Stickney added two as the Cobras defeated the Lancers in Lake Worth.

Cardinal Newman 2, Dwyer 1: Marcello Bertuzzelli scored two second-half goals to help the Crusaders (2-4-2) edge the Panthers in Palm Beach Gardens.

Palm Beach Central 6, Dreyfoos 1: Adam Virgili scored three goals and Alyeri Amaya added two to lead the Broncos to a victory over the Jaguars in Wellington.

Fort Lauderdale-Cardinal Gibbons 3, St. Andrew’s 2: Nathan Ashley and Jacob Paul each scored a goal, but the Scots (5-3) fell to the Chiefs in Fort Lauderdale.

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