Wednesday's boys lacrosse and flag football roundups
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
by The Palm Beach Post
Palm Beach Post Staff Reports
Chase Elliott had six goals and an assist, leading Palm Beach Gardens to a 13-11 victory over Dwyer in a boys lacrosse District 21 semifinal Wednesday night.
Steve Smith added four goals and an assist and Armande Cocuzza contributed 17 saves for the Gators (7-10), who will face Benjamin in Friday's championship.
Dwyer finished the season 6-11.
BENJAMIN 17, SUNCOAST 1
Robert Jacobs had four goals and five assists and Luke Pingleton added five goals and two assists to lead the Buccaneers (11-5) to the rout of the Chargers in Palm Beach Gardens.
WELLINGTON 13, PARK VISTA 6
Logan Masta had 12 saves, Patrick Oporto added seven goals and three assists and Tyler Kuhlman contributed three goals and three assists as the Wolverines (10-6) beat the Cobras (8-9) in Boynton Beach. Wellington will face Palm Beach Central in Friday's championship.
PALM BEACH CENTRAL 9, CARDINAL NEWMAN 8
Nick Ferro scored four goals and A.J. Blouin added five assists and two goals as the Broncos (10-8) edged the Crusaders in Boynton Beach. Trent Abel had 11 saves for Palm Beach Central.
JOHN I. LEONARD 18, WELLINGTON 0
Laura Galvis threw three touchdown passes and Melanie Sanchez, Katelyn King and Wendy Lopez each had a touchdown catch as the Lancers (6-3) handled the Wolverines in Greenacres.
BOYNTON BEACH 28, ATLANTIC 0
Taija Johnson threw three touchdown passes and Moniesha Williams had 60 receiving yards, a rushing touchdown and an interception as the Tigers (10-0) routed the Eagles in Delray Beach.
BOCA RATON 25, MIAMI-HEBREW ACADEMY 0
Veronica Cordoba had three touchdown passes and ran for another, Jennie Bassett caught three touchdown passes and Megan Scheppske contributed three interceptions as the Bobcats (7-5) routed the Warriors in Boca Raton.
SEMINOLE RIDGE 34, FORT LAUDERDALE-ARCHBISHOP MCCARTHY 18
Bianca Lagos had two touchdown catches and an interception return for a touchdown and Jen McGrory added eight flag pulls as the Hawks (11-1) beat the Mavericks in Loxahatchee.