Roundup: Park Vista flag football team remains undefeated


Diana Dorzeme threw four touchdown passes and ran for two scores, leading the undefeated Park Vista flag football team to a 38-0 rout of Boca Raton on Thursday.

Julia Lips added two touchdown catches and two interceptions for the Cobras (6-0).

Seminole Ridge 14, Jupiter 7: Emily Higgins threw two touchdown passes, one to Ashley Hollandsworth and the other to Maddie Herzig as the Hawks (8-0) defeated the Warriors.

Dwyer 26, Wellington 13: Shannon McCool threw three touchdown passes, including one to Summer Hane, as the Panthers (6-2) defeated the Wolverines in Wellington.

Oxbridge Academy 39, Village Academy 6: Alexa Zaph threw two touchdown passes and added a touchdown catch, and Mackenzie Fazio threw two touchdown passes and ran for 60 yards as the Thunderwolves handled the Tigers.

West Boca Raton 14, Santaluces 13: Haley Prouty threw two touchdown passes and added an interception on defense, and Jessica Falls contributed a touchdown reception and five flag pulls as the Bulls (5-1) edged the Chiefs.

GIRLS LACROSSE

Benjamin 13, Cardinal Newman 11: Kylie Kempe had four goals and a ground ball, and Ashley Turner added three goals, an assist and an interception as the Buccaneers (11-8) held off the Crusaders in West Palm Beach. Piper Fendrich scored five goals for Newman.

Seminole Ridge 14, Jupiter 7: Ashley Hollandsworth had a 14-yard touchdown catch; Maddie Herzig had a touchdown catch and a catch for an extra point, and Emily Higgins had two touchdown passes as the Hawks (8-0) defeated the Warriors.

BOYS LACROSSE

Oxbridge Academy 8, St. Andrew’s 3: Billy Zoeller and Jack Killian each scored three goals and Christian Tomei had 15 saves as the Thunderwolves defeated the Scots.

BOYS VOLLEYBALL

Palm Beach Central d. Santaluces 25-10, 25-12, 25-14: Johan Suarez had 12 service points, five digs, and three kills as the Broncos (9-8) swept the Chiefs in Wellington.

John I. Leonard d. Wellington 18-25, 26-24, 20-25, 25-15, 19-17: Rogelio Diaz had 41 assists and 18 digs; Josue Rodriguez added 46 assists and 12 digs, and Daniel Simeus contributed 10 kills as the Lancers (16-5) rallied past the Wolverines.



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