Basketball: Two Scots set records in rout by St. Andrew’s boys


Two St. Andrew’s boys basketball standouts set school records Friday in the Scots’ 91-63 rout of West Boca Raton.

Jammy Pierre-Louis scored 41 points, including six three-pointers, surpassing Anthony Polite’s record of 40 points in a single game for the Scots (7-2). Ben Milstein, meanwhile, added 15 points and 18 assists, besting Michael Comparato’s record of 17 assists in a game.

Juan Villa made seven 3-pointers to score 21 points for the Bulls.

No. 1 Dwyer 81, DeLand 71 (OT): Eddie Davis scored 25 points and Miles Coleman added 21 to help the Panthers (10-0) top the host Bulldogs in the championship game of the DeLand Holiday Tournament. Coleman earned the event’s MVP honors, and Davis was selected to the all-tournament team.

No. 2 Lake Worth 47, Havana-Gadsden County 35: Marques Spann had 12 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists, Avery Brooks added 13 points and seven rebounds, and Jay Medor contributed 13 points, six assists and five steals as the Trojans (10-0) defeated the Jaguars at the Capitol City Classic in Tallahassee.

Forest Hill 73, John I. Leonard 54: Philip Lyttle had 15 points, 10 rebounds and three assists, D’Ante Daniels added 11 points, 10 assists and three steals and Jalen Jackson contributed 11 points, 10 rebounds and two blocks as the Falcons (7-0) handled the Lancers in West Palm Beach.

Grandview Prep 78, Village Academy 62: Cross Pratapas had 26 points and 11 rebounds, Nadav Naim added 22 points and eight assists and Chance Donovan contributed 16 points and six blocks as the Pride (10-1) defeated the Tigers in Boca Raton.

Inlet Grove 62, Cocoa-Space Coast 33: Dante Moses had 18 points, seven rebounds and three blocks, Tarik Jarrett added 11 points and Kevin Anders contributed eight points, nine rebounds and five assists as the Hurricanes (6-3) rolled over the Vipers at the Kiwanis Holiday Tournament in Palm Coast.

GIRLS

Jupiter 47, Orlando-Freedom 24: Megan McCants had 13 points and five assists, and Carley Salter and Ellie Eide added eight points each as the Warriors (11-2) handled the Patriots at the St. Cloud Shootout.



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