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Tritons win first district test 68-51 over Lemon Bay

November 27, 2012
By JIM LINETTE (jlinette@breezenewspapers.com) , Cape Coral Daily Breeze

The Mariner Tritons broke out on top and held off Lemon Bay down the stretch Tuesday night to record their first District 5A-13 victory 68-51.

A trio of Tritons reached double figures in scoring, led by Rodney Hunter's 20 points. Cailin Nash contributed 18 points and Rick Moore 16.

The Tritons led 34-23 at halftime and extended the margin to 54-35 after three periods.

Article Photos

MICHAEL PISTELLA
North Fort Myers senior Casey Gentile brings the ball past midfield during the Red Knights’ match against Cape Coral Tuesday night. More photos are available online at: cu.cape-coral-daily-breeze.com.

The Tritons (3-1, 1-0 district) play again Friday night at Cypress Lake.

Lemon Bay 12 11 12 19 - 51

Mariner 19 15 20 14 - 68

Lemon Bay 51 - Kisiday 14, Mages 13, DiLorenzo 6, Garza 3, Kupse 2, Ricchetti 10, Howell 2, Morrow 1. Totals: 19 5-11 51.

3PG: Mages 3, Kisiday 2, Ricchetti 2.

Mariner 68 - Mitchell 6, Patton 1, Cahill 2, Inkster 2, Nash 18, Hunter 20, Blissett 2, Deems 1, Moore 16. totals: 25 12-18 68.

3PG: Nash 2, Moore 2, Hunter 2.

Charlotte 81, Island Coast 56: Another cold start cost Island Coast a big early deficit they could not overcome Tuesday afternoon at Charlotte.

Kaleb Darrett paced the Gators with 26 points, 11 rebounds and five assists while Angel Inchausti pitched in 14 points to go with six assists.

Jimmy Stewart led a quartet of double-figure scorers for the Tarpons with 16 points.

The Gators (3-2) play at Dunbar Friday night.

Island Coast 6 16 13 21 - 56

Charlotte 28 17 18 16 - 81

Island Coast 56 - Inchausti 14, Lugo 3, K. Darrett 26, Foreman 3, Thompson 3, Diaz 4, I. Darrett 1, Maturin 2. Totals: 21 5-11 56.

3PG: Inchausti 4, Lugo 1, K. Darrett 3, Thompson 1.

Charlotte 81 - Sylver 5, Stewart 16, Greenberg 11, Howard 10, Williams 8, Emile 12, Vargo 2, Reynolds 7, Chery 4, C. Reynolds 4. Totals: 32 3-4 81.

3PG: Stewart 4, Greenberg 3, Howard 2, Emile 3.

Bishop Verot 84, Clewiston 54: Ricky Doyle and Mason Taylor combined for 47 points Tuesday night at Bishop Verot bounced Clewiston.

Taylor also grabbed six rebounds with limited floor time.

The Vikings (1-1) host Barron Collier Wednesday night.

Clewiston 13 16 13 12 - 54

Bishop Verot 25 23 22 14 - 84

Clewiston 54 - Allen 7, Jackson 10, Boyd 5, Rushing 11, Lawson 21. Totals: 22 10-14 54.

3PG: Rushing 2, Boyd 2, Allen 1.

Verot 84 - Fundingsland 17, Taylor 22, Baker 2, Kavanagh 2, Paschitti 5, E. Williams 5, M. Williams 2, Doyle 25, Labreche 4. Totals 32 14-16 84.

3PG: Fundingsland 3, Pachitti 1.

Estero 66, Ida Baker 48: Poor shooting once again doomed Ida Baker in a defeat Tuesday night at Estero.

The Bulldogs (0-4) connected on just 19 of 52 field goal attempts, including 3-of-19 from three-point range. They host Cypress Lake Wednesday night.

Cape Coral 59, North Fort Myers 19: The Cape High boys basketball team captured its first win of the season Tuesday night, defeating visiting North Fort Myers, 59-19.

Leading the way for the Seahawks, who are now 1-4 on the year and 1-0 in the district, was Chase Gazluzny with 15 points. Providing valuable backup were David Flynn with 8 points and 8 rebounds, and Govan Boyd with 10 points.

The Seahawks return to action Friday when they travel to Lemon Bay.

Boys

Soccer

Cape Coral 8, North Fort Myers 0: Freshman Gianni Cognata continues to lead Cape Coral in scoring after knocking in three goals Tuesday night in a shutout win over North Fort Myers.

Oscar Camacho, Laz Vega, Gerardo Carrizo, Juan Cano and Christian Iturbe each added one goal for the Seahawks. Jairo Alpire and Jonathan Jimenez each contributed two assists with Miguel Martinez, Camillo Avendano and Cognata credited with one assist apiece.

The Seahawks (7-1-1, 3-0 district) host Evangelical Christian at 6 p.m. Thursday night.

Gulf Coast 2, Ida Baker 0: Defensive lapses by Ida Baker led to two goals in a shutout loss to Gulf Coast Tuesday night.

"We played well, but Gulf Coast is a good team with a good goalkeeper," said Bulldogs coach Scott Wills. "Every challenge we had their defense shut us down."

The Bulldogs (2-3-1) play at Cypress Lake Wednesday night.

Mariner 1, Lemon Bay 1: Isaiah Romano scored the tying goal with about 20 minutes remaining in the game as Mariner settled for a tie with district rival Lemon Bay Tuesday night.

"We just could not finish," said Tritons coach Martin Cardenas. "We had tons of opportunities, but we had a lack of focus and concentration."

Justin Kuchle and Josh Teeter played well on defense for the Tritons (5-2-2), who host Naples at 6 p.m. Wednesday night.

Girls

Soccer

North Fort Myers 5, Cape Coral 2: Melinda Lukas tallied three goals to lead North Fort Myers to victory Tuesday night over Cape Coral.

The Red Knights grabbed a quick 3-0 lead before the Seahawks pulled within 3-2 early in the second half. The Knights put the game away in the latter stages.

Samantha Dorsey and Mallory Guerrero got goals for the Seahawks.

Darian Leschewski and Miranda Shirk added one goal apiece for the Knights (8-0), who host Gulf Coast Friday night.

Ida Baker 1, Gulf Coast 1: Shorthanded Ida Baker settled for a tie at Gulf Coast Tuesday night.

Gabby Morales scores the tying goal for the Bulldogs early in the second half with goalkeeper Angela Christiano making four saves and preserving the tie.

The Bulldogs (10-0-1) host Cypress Lake Wednesday night.

Girls Basketball

Seacrest 52, Oasis 49: Oasis missed two free throws with two seconds left in overtime with the score tied in a three-point loss at Seacrest Tuesday night.

Jordan Westendorf led the Sharks with 20 points and 10 rebounds while Samantha Woods added 13 points and Kelsey Arenson 10 rebounds.

The Sharks (2-1) play Thursday at Evangelical Christian.

Ida Baker 65, Estero 49: Hannah Del Negro scored 21 points to help lead the Ida Baker Bulldogs past Estero, 65-49, at home Tuesday night. Both Ali Nicloy and Brittney Benvie contributed "double-doubles" in the victory, with 15 points and 14 rebounds, and 10 points and 12 rebounds, respectively. Jessie Placher just missed making it three in the special category with 13 points and 9 rebounds.

The Bulldogs, who now stand 3-2 on the year, travel to Cypress Lake today.

 
 
 

 

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