Benjamin, Jupiter advance in girls lacrosse districts


Benjamin 25, Dwyer 8: Kylie Kempe had five goals and one assist; Gabriella Marad had four goals and Ashley Turner had four goals and two draw controls as the Buccaneers (9-8) defeated the Panthers in a district match. Benjamin will face Jupiter Friday at 7 p.m. in a district finals matchup.

Jupiter 15, Hobe Sound-The Pine School 4: Jenna Keller and Madison Bradford scooped in five goals each to go with two assists each as the Warriors (11-7) defeated the Knights.

St. John Paul II Academy 16, Spanish River 9: Kylee Ring, Micaela Rillo and Katie Trainor each scored three goals as the Eagles (14-4) got past the Sharks in a district match. The Eagles will face American Heritage in a finals matchup Wednesday at 7 p.m.



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