West Boca, Gardens softball winners; Dwyer grabs flag football victory


West Boca Raton 15, Atlantic 0: Katie Schiazo went 3-3 with two RBI while Anna Knight went 2-2 with three runs scored as the Bulls (9-10) shutout the Eagles in Boca Raton.

Palm Beach Gardens 18, Palm Beach Central 1: Savannah Jones went 2-4 with three RBI as the Gators (18-4) trounced the Broncos in Wellington.

American Heritage 13, Cardinal Newman 3: Maite Isasi was 2-for-3 but the Crusaders fell to the Stallions.

Okeechobee 9, Dwyer 3: Nicole Collins was 3-for-4 and Sasha Judge went 2-for-3 with an RBI but the Panthers lost to the Brahmans.

Wellington 12, Park Vista 9: Taylor Koos was 3-for-4 with three RBI; Kate DeSimone went 2-for-4 with three RBI, and Lexie Butler had a clutch triple with three RBI to turn the game around as the Wolverines (16-3) defeated the Cobras.

Jupiter 16, John I. Leonard 1: Ali Costa was 2-for-5 with four RBI and 11 strikeouts on the mound as the Warriors routed the Lancers (6-8) in Greenacres. Janessa Basallo was 1-for-2 with a run scored for the Lancers.

FLAG FOOTBALL

West Boca Raton 15, Forest Hill 13: Jessica Falls had a touchdown and five flag pulls and Haley Prouty had two touchdown passes and an interception as the Bulls (3-1) got past the Falcons.

Park Vista 33, Atlantic 0: Ziana Zorzeme threw three touchdown passes and rushed for another, and Kiana Barbieri added two touchdowns as the Cobras (4-0) defeated the Eagles in Delray Beach.

Dwyer 19, Royal Palm Beach 0: Shannon McCool had a touchdown run and two touchdown passes; Hannah Promozic had a touchdown reception, and Kennedy Foster had two interceptions as the Panthers (4-1) shut out the Wildcats.

Seminole Ridge 25, Wellington 0: Maddie Herzig had one touchdown and an extra point, and Kristi Kemper and Ashley Hollandsworth each had a touchdown catch as the Hawks (6-0) blanked the Wolverines.

Boca Raton 19, Spanish River 6: Alexa Addeo threw touchdown passes to Sarah Brookman and Alexis Coblin, and Megan Guerra threw a touchdown pass to Skylar Truglia as the Bobcats (3-2) overpowered the Sharks.

Park Vista 33, Atlantic 0: Ziana Zorzeme threw three touchdown passes and rushed for another score, and Kiana Barbieri added two touchdowns as the Cobras (4-0) defeated the Eagles in Delray Beach.

Santaluces 6, John I. Leonard 0: Lovely Moise scored the game-winning touchdown in overtime, giving the Chiefs (4-1) the victory over the Lancers in Lantana. Marie Vertus had three three interceptions to lead the defensive shutout for the Chiefs.



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