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North ups mark to 12-5 with victory over Mariner

October 9, 2012
Cape Coral Daily Breeze


North Fort Myers 3, Mariner 0: Erica Eden dished out 29 assists Tuesday night to lead the Red Knights over the visiting Mariner Tritons 25-7, 25-10, 25-12. Also helping the Knights to the win were Amanda Anzalone with eight kills and nine digs, Lindsay Stramel with six kills and five blocks, Katelyn Kelly with seven kills and five digs and Lea Schneider with seven kills.

The Red Knights, who are now 12-5 on the year, host Fort Myers Thursday.

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Cape Coral senior Dana Windey (5) blocks a shot during the Seahawks’ loss to Gateway Charter Monday night. More photos are available online at:

Estero 3, Ida Baker 1: Kristina Kayatta delivered seven service aces to go with a team-high 11 kills, but it wasn't enough as Ida Baker lost at Estero Monday night 25-14, 25-21, 21-25, 26-24.

Devon Ramey added five aces and eight kills

The Bulldogs (9-12) play at East Lee County on Thursday.


The North Fort Myers High School Center for Arts and Media will celebrate the life of former football coach Wade Hummel, who passed away on March 6, during the Red Knights' home football game on Oct. 26 when they play Bishop Verot at Moody Field.

His former football players are asked to contact athletic director Kathy Padilla at 995-2117 or through email ( for information on participating in the celebration.

Current varsity football coach Brian Makar is excited about the celebration because "Coach Hummel cared!" "Besides his intelligence for the game of football, coach Hummel cared for the game and more importantly he cared for his players," said Makar. "His players knew this and felt it. Anyone who played for coach Hummel, played their hearts out. Players played 'for' coach Hummel. He expected and demanded your best effort and his players did not want to let him down.

"Coach Hummel helped build the tradition of Red Knight football and North Fort Myers High School. His 1994 football team (12-1) is still remembered as one of the best teams Lee County as ever had," added Makar.



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