Gianni Cognata knocked in two goals to lead Cape Coral to a 3-0 District 3A-13 victory Tuesday night over crosstown rival Ida Baker.
Eli Vega added one goal for the Seahawks with assists coming from Miguel Martinez and Jonathan Jimenez.
Keepers Alex Collazo and Austin Lachmann combined for nine saves to preserve the shutout. Baker's Trey Crispin had 11 saves.
Cape Coral senior Miguel Martinez (9) gets set to send the ball toward the net during the Seahawks' 3-0 win over Ida Baker Tuesday night. More photos are available online at: cu.cape-coral-daily-breeze.com.
The Seahawks (8-1, 2-0 district) travel to Charlotte on Thursday.
Mariner 2, Island Coast 0: Mariner blanked Island Coast Tuesday night with a strong defensive effort by Daniel Gill.
Erick Rivera's first-half goal proved to be enough offense for the Tritons, but Austen Hopson added an insurance goal in the second half. Jordan Burks and Patrick Keebler were credited with assists.
Goalkeeper Michael Laborde had four saves for the Tritons (6-1-2), who host North Fort Myers on Friday.
Bishop Verot 7, Dunbar 0: Tyler Yergens scored four times and three others added single goals as Bishop Verot crushed Dunbar Tuesday.
Ricardo Martinez had seven saves in the net for the Vikings (5-0-1), who host Gateway Thursday.
Island Coast 65, Ida Baker 32: Island Coast raced into an early lead and cruised to victory over District 6A-11 rival Ida Baker Tuesday night.
The Gators (1-3, 1-0 district) were led by Preston Grimm with 15 points. Morgan Foreman added 11 points and 10 rebounds with Sonel Mathurin contributing 11 rebounds. Kevin Acevedo led the Bulldogs (2-4) with eight points.
The Gators host Cypress Lake on Thursday.
Dunbar 69, Mariner 57: Three double-figure scorers wasn't enough for Mariner to overcome a deficit in Tuesday's loss to Dunbar.
Caleb Darrett topped the Tritons (3-2) with 16 points, Chris Carpenter added 14 and Rodney Hunter 11. The Tritons play Friday at IMG Academy.
Bishop Verot 64, St. John Neumann 48: Bishop Verot kept its season slate clean Tuesday night with a victory at St. John Neumann behind the 33-point, 11-rebound performance of Ricky Doyle.
Thadeus Ward chipped in 17 points and nine rebounds for the Vikings (3-0), who host Lely Thursday.
Ida Baker 1, Cape Coral 0: A first-half goal by Gabby Morales stood as the difference in Baker's victory over Cape Coral Tuesday.
Goalkeeper Angela Christiano tallied four saves for the Bulldogs (8-0-2), who play Thursday at Lemon Bay.
North Fort Myers 4, South Fort Myers 1: Four different players scored to lead North to victory Tuesday.
Tori Kowalczyk, Darian Leschewski, Taylor Pascal and Megan Richards tallied the goals while keeper Coral Jarvis made seven saves for the Knights (5-5), who host Mariner on Friday.
Oasis 6, LaBelle 2: Madison Jewett showed more than enough scoring prowess Tuesday night in leading Oasis to victory at LaBelle.
Morgan Kubarek added two goals for the Sharks (6-3-3), who host Clewiston on Thursday.
Golden Gate 46, Mariner 33: Mariner dropped its District 5A-12 opener Tuesday night at Golden Gate.
Pharrah Milan led the Tritons with 10 points and 10 rebounds. The Tritons (3-8, 0-1 district) play at Cypress Lake Thursday.
Oasis 38, LaBelle 30: Jordan Westendorf and Samantha Wood scored in double figures Tuesday night to lead Oasis to a District 4A-11 victory.
Westendorf connected for 12 points with Wood adding 10 for the Sharks (5-2, 1-0 district), who visit Ida Baker on Thursday.
Ida Baker student-athlete Amanda Gross has been nominated for the Ultimate Athlete competition being conducted over the last eight months by USA?TODAY High School Sports and Asics.
Gross, who was selected as one of the 100 finalists, was nominated because of her national rankings in volleyball, her competitiveness in ROTC Raiders and previous record-setting achievements in track and other sports.
The UA competition finalists were selected by a panel formed by USA TODAY and pared down and placed into eight regions. There are a total of three rounds - regional, semifinal and final. The top two vote getters from each region advance to the semifinal.
While being in the top 100 athletes in the nation is a great achievement, and one of just five Floridians in the finals, her school's athletic programs can earn money during the final voting process.
Time is short as the first voting deadline is Dec. 6. Site visitors can read athlete bios and athletic achievements by clicking on their name.
You can read all the contest details online at Contest.usatodayhss.com. The direct link to Amanda's region page is contest.usatodayhss.com/vote/asics-2013/round-1/gel-kinsei-5