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Below is a summary of the high school sports results reported for the week of January 23-28, 2023.
Central 54, Gulf Breeze 51
Autumn Boutwell scored 22 points to lead the Jaguars to a road win against the Dolphins. The sophomore guard had three-pointers on his 8-for-12 shooting from the field, including his 4-for-8 mark from range. Lakin Matthews and Lily Matthews each added his 12 points.
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No stats were available for Navarre host Gulf Breeze (11-9) at 6:30 pm Wednesday.
The Jaguars will return home to face LEAD Academy on Tuesday at 6pm.
Jay, 46, Pensacola Catholic, 35
The Royals used a 13-5 second quarter victory over the Crusaders at home. Statistics were not available.
A winner of the last three games, Jay improved that record to 15-3 this season. The team will play Northview at home on Thursday at 6pm to end the regular season. After losing three of their last four games, the Crusaders (9-10) will face the Chiefs at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Niceville 45, Pace 39
The Patriots are 2-4 in their last six games after an away loss to the Eagles. Statistics were not available.
Pace (15-7) will play at Milton on Tuesday at 7pm.
Bay 66, Pensacola 45
The Tigers, held to 4 points in the second quarter, fell short of a 3-game winning streak after losing to the Tornadoes at home.
Brian Harris scored a team-high 23 points at Pensacola (5-16). Added 12 Jacob’s Fountains.
The Tigers will play Milton on Tuesday at 7:30 pm.
Reed Academy 56, Calvary Christian Academy 22
The Lions have won 6 of their last 7 games after beating the Patriots at home. Statistics were not available.
The LEAD Academy (9-12) takes place on Tuesdays at 7:30 pm in Central.