SWFL Sports Results for Dec. 12-17: Basketball and soccer scores
Here is a roundup of Southwest Florida high school sports played the week of Dec. 12-17.
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Mariner 6, Estero 1: Gloria Quintanilla and Stephanie Saracione scored two goals with Kelsi Longabardi and Caroline Pelkofski adding lone goals for Mariner. Carly Paz and Sarah Paddock had two assists each,
Barron Collier 1, Golden Gate 1: After Golden Gate took an early lead the two battled until seconds to go in stoppage time, that's when the Cougars' Caleb Williams scored off a free kick taken by Luis Medina.
Canterbury 4, Berkeley Prep 0: The Cougars defeated the 4th ranked team in Class 3A. Goals were scored by Ian Murphy, Jayson Gordon, Ben Cojanu, and Dusty Dwyer. The Canterbury backline had a great game in keeping the clean sheet against a quality opponent.
Bishop Verot 2, Naples 2: Cooper Banks and Christyan Fevrier Sildor scored for the Vikings with Raul Blandon adding an assist.
South Fort Myers 4, Island Coast 1: Santiago Costa scored two goals with one goal each from Stevens Henry and Baldemar Rodriguez. Ibraell Tanure was credited with 6 saves for the win.
Mariner 2, Estero 0: Gabriel Chica (Marcel Tovar assist) and Dustin Black scored for Mariner (5-3-2).
Bishop Verot 76, Marco Island 52: Cameron O’Halloran scored 27 and Josee Fry 22 for the Vikings.
Canterbury 42, Cypress Lake 19: Leena Abuoqab scored 12 points and McKenna Murphy 11 for Canterbury. Bri Madore had 8 points and 4 rebounds for Cypress.
Oasis 19, Dunbar 18: The Sharks were led by Brynn Stambaugh and Emma Osinski who each scored 8 points.
CSN 74, Donahue 33: Jackson McAdams had 18 points and Brennan Ringhofer 16 for CSN.
St John Neumann 64, Lemon Bay 47: Sophia McCartney had 19 points and 20 rebounds, Sydney Martin 19 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 blocks, and Elise Flannery 13 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists. Lily Wahlfeld added 11 points.
South Fort Myers 53, Island Coast 22: South was led in scoring by Haley Lang with 20 points and Jayda Green with 16. Kimber Swift contributed 7. The Wolfpack have now won seven in a row.
Lehigh 69, North Ft. Myers 16
ECS 84, Village School 44: Reece Guttery scored 28 points, including 8-of-15 3-pointers, and added 5 rebounds for ECS, who also got 18 points from Gavin Williams.
Canterbury 54, Palmetto Ridge 53: Kaya Langford led all scorers with 25 points and Hayden Brands chipped in with 6 points, including the game-winning bucket for Canterbury.
Cypress Lake 53, North Fort Myers 25: Kylie Anderon scored 13 points with 5 steals and 3 blocks, Bri Madore scored 11 points and Fay Hayes added 8 points, 4 rebounds and 2 steals for the Panthers. Trinity Castilla and Giovanna Molloy each scored 7 points for the Red Knights.
Naples 59, Bonita Springs 20: Naples' Annika Andersen scored 14 with 5 steals and Lizie Froloff added 13 points and 3 steals.
St. John Neumann 70, Golden Gate 31: Sophia McCartney scored 21 points with 16 rebounds and Sydney Martin 17 points and Elise Flannery with 14 points.
Gulf Coast 52, Lely 21: Maddie Leslie scored 25 points, Lilly Fultz added 13 and Tyrah Townsend scored 10.
LaBelle 62, East Lee 29: Kayla Collins led all scorers with 26 points and 13 rebounds. Marissa Burchard chipped in 15 as the Cowgirls improved their record to 8-3.
Estero 58, Cape Coral 39: Amiya Lewis scored 21 points with 12 rebounds and 8 assists and Jadyn Hayes scored 21 points on 7 3-pointers.
Oasis 4, CSN 0: Mario Acosta had a hat trick while Matty Zea added another goal in a game shortened in the second half due to lightning. Tyler Kerr had 2 assists. Josh Hill recorded his eighth shutout of the season.
In the 5th Annual Lee County Volleyball All-Star game held at South Fort Myers, the South All-Stars defeated the North All-Stars in the championship match 28-26, 25-20.
The South team consisted of: Bonita Springs- Hadley Steuver, Allie Lipani; Estero- Payton Madden, Haley Culvahouse; Canterbury- Chandler Swanson, Kayla Huether, Jordan Curran, Laila Mecko.
In the other game the East All-Stars defeated the West All-Stars 19-25,25-23, 15-11.
South Fort Myers 52, Gateway Charter 32: Kimber Swift led the Wolfpack with 13 points in South's sixth-straight win. Haley Lang had 12 points, while Jayda Green tallied 11 points.
Mariner 43, Oasis 24: Brynn and Maci Stambaugh led the Sharks with 12 and 10 points respectively.
Seacrest 4, Mason Classical 2: Carter Byrom, assisted by Cleil Albrite, scored for the Stingrays. Gabe Espinosa, Conrado Chanes, and Max Pearson also had one goal each.
Oasis 6, Cypress Lake 0: Tyler Kerr led the Sharks' scoring barrage by netting five goals, while Ryan Rosado tacked on one goal. The defense, led by Carlos Martinez and Josh Sykes, didn’t allow a shot on goal.
Evangelical Christian 7, Southwest Florida Christian 0: Claire Valentine notched a hat trick in the Sentinels' shutout win. Alexa Bereczki added two goals to the winning effort, while Taylor Foss and Thalia Sylva tacked on one goal each.
Cape Coral 8, Dunbar 0: Cameron Fallacara had a hat trick in the Seahawks win, while Angelina Toro had two goals of her own. Kaysie Talyor had one goal and one assist, and Isabella Cruz and Ella Janigian had one goal each. Mikala Allen tallied two assists, and Jena Gogo had one assist.
Oasis 3, Cypress Lake 1: Ariana Suarez tallied two goals, while Ariana Suarez had one goal and two assists in the Sharks' win. Mallory Morano protected Oasis' lead by notching ten saving in the winning effort.
Mariner 4, North Fort Myers 0
The Tritons (8-2-0) continued their dominance in a road district game on Tuesday night, shutting out the Red Knights 4-0.
The defending 5A champs picked up their sixth shutout of the season and overcame a tenacious North defense in the win. The Tritons could’ve extended their lead even further, but the Red Knights competed throughout the contest regardless of the score.
“Maybe we could talk about just getting into it a little quicker when we start the game,” said Mariner head coach Jami Hagy. “But I mean, they're playing so well together right now. They’re a great team."
It was a defensive slugfest to start the game, with no clear leader of possession in the opening 30 minutes.
In the 31st minute, Ryleigh Acosta stepped in for a Triton corner kick. North cleared the kick with a header, then Caroline Pelfoski stepped into the box and chipped the ball into the top right corner of the net, breaking the ice for Mariner.
The Tritons rode that momentum into the second half, with Kira Wilson putting in a header off Acosta’s second assist of the night just four minutes into play. Sarah Paddock took advantage of a Red Knight defensive miscue less than two minutes later, walking in a goal to extend Mariner’s lead to 3-0.
“We have things that we’re trying to work on each game, and the girls are just executing really well as a team right now,” Hagy said. “The defense played really well.”
Acosta added on to an impressive showing in the 31st minute of the second half. The Florida commit dribbled herself open off a good pass from Alesiah Hill before tapping in a goal of her own, giving the Tritons a 4-0 lead.
The Red Knights had some good looks at the net, but Mariner’s defense stood tall for all 80 minutes, led by keeper Lataya Simmons.
North (5-1-3) picks up their first loss of the season after being shutout. After defeating one of the stronger teams in the area, Hagy knows the value of a strong win for a team with championship aspirations.
“This is always a good game,” Hagy said. “We appreciate the rivalry. The team is coming together, they’re all really great friends so they just have that chemistry. We go one game at a time and they just stay focused. It’s really nice to see.”
Cape Coral 8, Lehigh 0: The Seahawks had a busy night in the scoring column, led by Cameron Fallacara's three goals and two assists. Angelina Toro added two goals and one assist, Mikala Allen one goal and one assist, Olivia Toro one goal and two assists, Isabella Cruz one goal, and Kaysie Taylor one assist.
Naples 2, Belen Jesuit 2: Ty Collins notched a goal and an assist is the Golden Eagles tie with the reigning 5A champs. Harvey Sarajian added the other goal for Naples.
The tie comes off of Tuesday's loss to No. 1 American Heritage. "I am not the type of coach who is going to schedule soft all season and then get blown out in the playoffs," said head coach Robert Prange. "We know we belong and we can contend for that state trophy. "
Gulf Coast 1, Barron Collier 1: The Cougars tied with the No. 3 team in the nation at home behind Emerson LaOrden's goal, assisted by Oscar LaOrden.
Evangelical Christian School 3, Southwest Florida Christian 1: Nicolas Fleming and Miguel Fleming notched one goal apiece in the Sentinels' win. Braydon Olson tallied one goal and one assist.
Canterbury 5, Gateway 1: Kevin Ortiz scored two goals while Will Hall added a goal and an assist in the Cougars win over Gateway. Nicky Parker and Josh Wiese added one goal each to the winning effort. Mason Ricker tallied 3 saves, conceding one goal to a penalty kick.
Mariner 8, North Fort Myers 0: Justin Medero and Maximo Gorosito tallied two goals apiece in the Tritons blowout win. Thomas Castano-Rayo, Issac Sandoval, Marcel Tovar, and Frank Garcia rounded out the scorering column with one goal each. Federico Buitrago reeled in two saves to preserve the shutout.
Golden Gate 2, Immokalee 0
Gulf Coast 59, Barron Collier 56: The Sharks improve to 5-1 with their win over the Cougars, led by Chris Jimenez' 19 points. Wesley Roark had 15 points, while Colin Vetor added 11 to the winning effort. Mikey Reyes led the Cougars with 19 points.
Gateway Charter 80, Port Charlotte 66: Jahmari Johnson tallied 29 points and 11 rebounds in the Griffin's win. Arronington Nau added 14 points and 6 assists.
Palmetto Ridge 65, South Fort Myers 39: Iago Stanback led the Bears with 21 points. Calvin Charles had 18 points, while Sean Gomez added 16 points to the winning effort.
Evangelical Christian School 61, Southwest Florida Christian 35: Ashton Peterson had 15 points, 5 rebounds, and 3 assists in the Sentinels win over the King's. Gavin Williams also had 15 points, while AJ Rivera added 8 points.
Gateway 74, IMG Academy 66
South Fort Myers 31, Lehigh 27: Haley Lang's 23 points led the Wolfpack past the Lightning. Jayda Green added 8 points to the winning effort. Faith Plummer led Lehigh with 12 points.
First Baptist 48, Seacrest 46: Zara Stewart tallied 18 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 steals in the Lions' win.
Village School of Naples 62, Babcock 20: Cara Hartfield had 29 points in the Knights' blowout win. Mylee Van de Wouw added 28 points to the winning effort.
Canterbury 57, Oasis 40: Kaya Langord led the Cougars with 14 points. Ellie Miller tallied 11 points in the winning effort. Brynn Stambaugh led the Sharks with 14 points while Emma Osinski added 12 points.
Bishop Verot 46, Bonita Springs 27: Cameron O'Halloran led the Vikings with 14 points, while Reese Fry and Sofia Roman added 8 points each. Abby guerra had 10 points for the Bullsharks, and Kyleigh Weick had 8.
Gulf Coast 51, Barron Collier 21
Traditional: Evangelical Christian 55, North Fort Myers 27: Kasey Johnson (154) improved her Clean and Jerk by 15 pounds and totaled 260 pounds. Yani Donnell (183) improved her Clean and Jerk by 10 pounds and is inching closer to the 300 club with a 295 total. McKenzie Travis (139) totaled 250 pounds. improving 45 pounds. from the beginning of the season. Emma Palmer (169) totaled 265 matching her personal bests.
American Heritage 3, Naples 2: After taking an early 1-0 lead on a goal by Alvin Nunez, the Golden Eagles fell to two penalty kicks within 5 minutes and came up short 3-2.
Gateway 4, North Fort Myers 1: The Eagles improve to 6-3-2, led by Ryan Thompson and Brandon Toscano's goals.
Fort Myers 5, Ida Baker 3: Giana D'altrui notched two goals and an assist in the Green Wave's win. Sammy Degen added a goal assisted by Kailani Casazza. Casazza added a goal of her own as well, assisted by Mackenzie Root. Karlee Schmid tacked on a penalty kick goal.
Canterbury 1, Oasis 0: Lucy Waldau scored the game's only goal and Evelyn Jones made five saves for the shutout. The Cougars improved to 5-2-1. For Oasis, Nevaeh Rogers, Abbigail Sykes, Jazlyn Forbes, and Maddison Davis played well defensively.
This article originally appeared on Fort Myers News-Press: High School Sports Report: Soccer and basketball scores