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Oasis posts two volleyball wins

August 28, 2013
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

Oasis has opened the volleyball season with a pair of impressive straight-set victories on back-to-back nights.

The Sharks disposed of Cape Coral 25-9, 25-15, 25-18 Monday night in the opener for both teams, then took out Southwest Florida Christian Tuesday night 29-27, 25-11, 25-12.

Junior outside hitter Larra Bickelhaupt delivered 13 kills and 12 digs in Tuesday's win, backed by junior middle hitter Jordan Westendorf with six kills, four blocks and Alexis Robbins with 12 digs, two service aces.

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Michael Pistella

Oasis Charter High junior Jordan Westendorf makes
a kill shot during
the Sharks’ win over the visiting Cape Coral Seahawks Monday.

Bickelhaupt also led the Sharks Monday night with eight kills, five aces and 10 digs. Westendorf added six kills, an ace and a block while Tiffany Schramm had four kills and three aces.

The Sharks (2-0) host LaBelle next Tuesday.

Mariner 3, Cape Coral 1: Mariner extracted a bit of revenge against the crosstown rival Seahawks Tuesday night for several seasons of futility. The Tritons came through with a season-opening 25-13, 25-22, 25-27, 25-17 win Cape High.

Middle blocker Heather Gillions delivered a dozen kills to lead the resurgence with setters Summer Greenwell and Kennedy Adams giving solid performances in the middle.

The Tritons (1-0) travel to East Lee County on Thursday.

Ida Baker 3, Lehigh 0: Baker evened its season record at 1-1 Tuesday night with a 25-17, 25-18, 25-12 triumph over Lehigh.

Senior Machaela Sheffield led the Bulldogs with six kills and five service aces. Devon Ramey contributed 10 kills.

The Bulldogs travel to South Fort Myers on Thursday.

Island Coast 3, Dunbar 2: Island Coast opened the season Tuesday with a home court victory over Dunbar in a five-setter 25-19, 16-25, 25-14, 16-25, 15-12.

"It's the first time we've been undefeated since I've been here," said Gators coach Renee Roggow.

Julia Rose led the Gators with 25 assists to go with four service aces. Kalli Roggow chipped in with 17 kills, Jennifer Fasano seven kills and Mackenzie Hare four aces.

The Gators (1-0) travel to Cape High on Thursday.

Cypress Lake 3, North Fort Myers 2: North suffered a season-opening defeat Tuesday in a five-set marathon against Cypress Lake in Knights coach Nancy Eskay's debut. The Panthers claimed the match 21-25, 25-18, 16-25, 25-22, 15-6.

The Knights were led by Madison Prusak with 15 kills and 15 digs. Katelyn Kelly added 10 kills and 20 digs while setter Julie Sherer handed out 40 assists to go with 11 digs.

The Knights (0-1) travel to Lehigh on Thursday.

Golf

Estero def. North Fort Myers, 121-134: The North Fort Myers golf team fell to visiting Estero Tuesday afternoon.

Leading the Wildcats to the win were Heather Chitwood and Jordan Holland, who both carded 29s.

The Red Knights Michelle Burkham also carded at 29 to lead her team.

Swimming

(Boys) Cape Coral 179, Cypress Lake 70

200 Medley Relay: Cape Coral 1:50.21; 200 Free: Eric Ordaz (CL) 1:48.17; 200 IM: Jason Tillotson (Cape) 2:11.00; 50 Free: Cory Klemm (Cape) 24.03; 100 Fly: Joshua Wenzel (Cape) 58.59; 100 Free: Jason Tillotson (Cape) 52.16; 500 Free: Eric Ordaz (CL) 4:50.02; 200 Free Relay: Cape Coral 1:40.11; 100 Back: Amar Turnadzic (Cape) 1:02.31; 100 Breast: Cory Klemm (Cape) 1:03.98; 400 Free Relay: Cape Coral, 3:43.15

(Girls) Cape Coral 188, Cypress Lake 78

200 Medley Relay: Cape Coral 2:03.10; 200 Free: Kasey Swartley (Cape) 2:04.14; 200 IM: Amanda Lee (Cape) 2:24.42; 50 Free: Mikinzi Ferran (Cape) 28.54; 100 Fly: Monica Jaeger (Cape) 1:08.01; 100 Free: Sarah Dostie (Cape) 58.22; 500 Free: Kara Coltellino (Cape) 5:53.41; 200 Free Relay: Cape Coral, 2:14.50; 100 Back: Savannah Bowser (Cape) 1:05.64; 100 Breast: Megan Rissler (Cape) 1:21.17; 400 Free Relay: Cape Coral 3:58.71

 
 

 

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