Tuesday's boys basketball roundup
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Palm Beach Post Staff Reports
Aaron Horne scored 25 points, helping John I. Leonard to a 77-73 upset of third-ranked Spanish River in a boys basketball showdown Tuesday night.
Chris Hall added 21 points for the Lancers (9-4).
Reggie Love had 27 points, nine rebounds and six assists and Evan Kupferberg contributed 22 points and 13 rebounds for Spanish River (12-2).
NO. 1 SUMMIT CHRISTIAN 76, TRINITY CHRISTIAN 33
Brandon Williams had 21 points and 12 rebounds and Shane Phillips added 11 points and five assists as the Saints (14-0) routed the Warriors in Lake Worth. Cody Rizzo and K'von Humphries each scored eight points for Trinity Christian.
NO. 6 PALM BEACH LAKES 59, FOREST HILL 50
Bruce Harrison made six three-pointers and scored 20 points and Quinn Cole added 11 points and eight rebounds to lead the Rams (10-2) past the Falcons in West Palm Beach. Bryan Jenkins scored 12 points for Forest Hill.
NO. 7 DWYER 56, PALM BEACH CENTRAL 49
Malik Brown scored 19 points and Joel James chipped in 14 points and nine rebounds as the Panthers (8-5) defeated the Broncos (5-9) in Palm Beach Gardens. Sam Auguste scored 16 points for Palm Beach Central.
NO. 8 SUNCOAST 67, FORT PIERCE WESTWOOD 55
Jonathan Smith had 14 points, 10 assists and seven rebounds, and Alex Davis added 10 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks to lead the Chargers (11-4) past the Panthers (11-4) in Riviera Beach.
SANTALUCES 65, ROYAL PALM BEACH 62 (OT)
Mario Fleurima scored a game-high 20 points and Andre Jeater added 13, helping the Chiefs (9-4) hold off the Wildcats in Lantana. Stephon Gordon scored 18 points for Royal Palm Beach.
ATLANTIC 61, LAKE WORTH 51
Todney Evans had 17 points and eight rebounds to lead the Eagles (6-4) over the Trojans in Delray Beach. Eno Pierre-Louis scored 12 points for Lake Worth.
BOCA RATON 58, SEMINOLE RIDGE 40
Ryan Maranges had 16 points, 11 rebounds and five assists as the Bobcats (10-5) beat the Hawks in Boca Raton. Shawn Smith scored seven points for Seminole Ridge.
PAHOKEE 57, KING'S ACADEMY 49
Keithlyn Patrick had 15 points and seven assists, Justin Daniels added 12 points and Jalleek Mitchell contributed 11 points and nine rebounds to lead the Blue Devils (6-3) past the Lions (7-9) in Pahokee. Austin Titus scored a game-high 17 points for King's Academy.
VILLAGE ACADEMY 68, AMERICAN HERITAGE 35
TreQuan Smith had 18 rebounds along with 16 points and Rurel Allen added 12 points as the Tigers (15-4) routed the Stallions in Delray Beach. Peyton Luken scored 10 points for American Heritage.
POPE JOHN PAUL II 56, YESHIVA 50
Jesse Cummings had 25 points and eight rebounds and Brock Turner added 15 points to help the Eagles (6-10) hold off the Storm in Boca Raton.
WELLINGTON CHRISTIAN 68, DREYFOOS 40
John Saint Juste had 24 points and nine rebounds and Charles Brown added 18 points and eight rebounds as the Eagles (9-6) routed the Jaguars (1-8) in West Palm Beach. Joey Coleman added 16 points and six steals for Wellington Christian.
JUPITER CHRISTIAN 73, BEREAN CHRISTIAN 49
Stefan Dombrowsky had 32 points and eight rebounds and Garrett Klaus added 17 points as the Eagles (7-7) handled the Bulldogs (4-12) in West Palm Beach. Ryan Lantz scored 22 points for Berean Christian.
CARDINAL NEWMAN 64, INLET GROVE 58
Andrew Owers had 17 points and 10 rebounds and Hunter Burnette chipped in nine points and 10 rebounds to lead the Crusaders (7-8) over the Hurricanes in Riviera Beach. Alonzo McAdory and John Julien each scored 14 points for Inlet Grove.
CLEWISTON 56, FORT MYERS-RIVERDALE 43
Lorenzo Boyd had 18 points and six rebounds and Ahmad Richards added 14 points as the Tigers (8-8) beat the Raiders in Clewiston.
MARTIN COUNTY 71, JENSEN BEACH 53
Alton Edwards scored 17 points and Justin Simmons added 15 as the Tigers (15-2) took care of the Falcons (13-3) in Jensen Beach. Sherrod Huntley and Alex Thompson each contributed 15 points for Jensen Beach.
MELBOURNE CENTRAL CATHOLIC 57, JOHN CARROLL 37
David Torres had 20 points and seven rebounds, but the Rams (4-11) fell to the Hustlers in Fort Pierce.