Girls basketball: Seminole Ridge stops Park Vista


Aneeshea Cason had 13 points and seven assists, leading the Seminole Ridge girls basketball team to a 44-38 victory over Park Vista on Tuesday night in Loxahatchee.

Jahnae Midget added 15 points and four assists, Lynzie Smikle contributed eight points and 11 rebounds, and Kyla Lewis added six points and four rebounds for the Hawks (7-6).

Brooke Bogatz scored 20 points to lead Park Vista.

Cardinal Newman 47, King’s Academy 35: Bianca Cantando scored 24 points as the Crusaders (7-9) defeated the Lions in West Palm Beach. Haley Gantt had 14 points and Brianna McDaniel added eight points for King’s.

Grandview Prep 49, John I. Leonard 36: Danielle Montelbano scored 16 points and Alexis Roemer added 13 points to go with five assists as the Pride (9-5) stopped the Lancers in Boca Raton.

Pahokee 49, Royal Palm Beach 32: Mikiara Jenkins scored 16 points as the Blue Devils (4-3) defeated the Wildcats in Royal Palm Beach. Anaia Banks scored 14 points and Savannah Reynolds added seven points for the Wildcats (3-9).



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