Basketball: No. 10 Pahokee girls upset No. 2 Lake Worth
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
by Post Staff
Malaysia Robinson's two free throws with 0.5 seconds lifted No. 10 Pahokee to a 43-42 upset of second-ranked Lake Worth on Wednesday night in Lake Worth.
Robinson scored a game-high 21 points for the Blue Devils (16-4).
Paudra Leslie scored 13 points for Lake Worth (18-2).
No. 1 Dwyer 62, Cardinal Newman 52: Ayanna Holmes scored 14 points as the Panthers beat the Crusaders (11-9) in West Palm Beach. Tytionia Adderly scored 19 points for Newman.
No. 5 Grandview Prep 64, Weston-Sagemont 48: Vionise Pierre- Louis had 33 points, 16 rebounds and four blocks and Neydja Petithomme added 29 points and 10 steals to lead the Pride (19-2) over the Lions in Boca.
No. 6 Boca Raton 51, Olympic Heights 20: Abby Daniels scored 17 points to lead the Bobcats to the rout of the Lions (6-13) in Boca Raton. Allyson Farber scored eight points for Heights.
Pope John Paul II 48, Coconut Creek-North Broward Prep 21: Freshmen Monica Parish scored 25 points and Samantha Hagan added 18 rebounds to lead the Eagles (5-9) to the easy win in Coconut Creek.
Pompano Beach-Ely 38, West Boca Raton 29: Shaina Wottitz scored 17 points and Andrea Pittell added eight, but the Bulls (5-18) fell to the Tigers in Boca Raton.
Village Academy 43, Inlet Grove 7: Laniya Jackson scored nine points and Amanda Bush added eight as the Tigers (6-14) shut down the Hurricanes in Delray Beach.
Lincoln Park Academy 64, Centenniel 43: Brandy Montgomery had 38 points, eight rebounds and four assists and Ahja Harris added six points and six rebounds to lead the Greyhounds (17-4) to the rout of the Eagles in Fort Pierce.
Clewiston 50, Moore Haven 33: Kiana Hardy scored 22 points and Tianna Thomas added 12 as the Tigers (4-16) handled the Terriers in Moore Haven.
Weston-Sagemont 60, No. 1 Grandview Prep 45: Ivan Canete scored 15 points, but the Pride (19-1) fell to the Lions in Boca Raton.
No. 5 Jupiter 64, Dwyer 35: Grant Pelchen scored 14 points and Chase Trorano added 13 to lead the Warriors (14-4) to the rout of the Panthers in Jupiter.
No. 10 Royal Palm Beach 52, Palm Beach Central 32: The Wildcats (13-5) rolled over the Broncos in Wellington.