HS softball: Jupiter, Oxbridge, Dwyer, Royal Palm Beach post wins


Jupiter 15, John I. Leonard 0 (3): Emily Bodenheimer was 3-for-3 with four RBIs, Maddi Sprankle was 3-for-3 with three RBIs, Chrissy Fontaine was 1-for-3 with a home run, and Madi Leonard struck out six and walked one for the shutout as the Warriors (7-1) blanked the Lancers in Jupiter.

Oxbridge 19, Cardinal Newman 1: Jena Whipple and Caridad Estes combined for a no-hitter, Josie Foreman and Estes each were 3-for-3 and Ariel Girardi went 2-for-2 with a home run and five RBIs as the ThunderWolves (7-2) overpowered the Crusaders in West Palm Beach.

Dwyer 6, Olympic Heights 5: Skylar Melby pitched a complete game and had a double and Sasha Judge was 2-for-3 with an RBI as the Panthers edged the Lions in Palm Beach Gardens.

Royal Palm Beach 5, Seminole Ridge 4: Chelsea Gibbons pitched a complete game, allowing three hits, one earned run, and was 2-for-5, including the game-winning hit in the bottom of the eighth inning, and Nicole Hayslip had a two-run triple as the Wildcats edged the Hawks in Royal Palm Beach. Madison Prickett had a double in the loss.

American Heritage 7, King’s Academy 5: Helena Klimkiewicz struck out eight and had two hits with three RBIs as the Stallions got past the Lions in West Palm Beach. Hannah Federico had three hits with three RBIs in the loss.

Wellington 9, Forest Hill 4: Sabrina Gonzalez had four strikeouts in four innings and added a hit and two RBIs at the plate, and Alexis Mobila and Paige Rodriguez each had RBI doubles as the Wolverines got past the Falcons in Wellington.

Lake Worth Christian 20, Davie-Posnack Day 13: Brooke Sanchez and Ariana Marton had four RBIs apiece to lead the Defenders (3-0) past the Rams in Davie. Becca Ross added three RBIs in the win.

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