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Tritons record 16th shutout

January 14, 2014
By JIM LINETTE (jlinette@breezenewspapers.com) , Cape Coral Daily Breeze

Mariner tied the school record for soccer shutouts in a season Tuesday night by disposing of Lehigh 6-0. The shutout win is the 16th of the season for the Tritons.

Eric Rivera and Trevor Jurkowski each scored two goals to lead the way with Hunter Sperry and P.K. Keebler each scoring once.

Single assists were credited to Joseph Nizama, Joey Lane, Rivera and two for Keebler. Keeper Michael Laborde made two saves to achieve the school-tying shutout record.

The Tritons (14-2-4) host Cypress Lake on Thursday.

Boys Basketball

Cape Coral 37, Cypress Lake 25: Marcus Blackwell pitched in 12 points to go with six rebounds and led Cape Coral to victory Tuesday over Cypress Lake.

Leading wire to wire, the Seahawks also got eight points each from Eric Martin and C.J. Lewis, who scores all of his points in the fourth quarter.

The Seahawks (8-8) play again at Immokalee on Thursday.

Venice 56, Island Coast 53: Island Coast lost a heartbreaker in the final six seconds after leading the entire game Tuesday night to Venice.

With the game tied, Venice worked the clock to the final 30 seconds and missed a layup. The Gators set up a final play in the half-court offense, but turned the ball over. Venice scored the go-ahead basket plus a free throw with six seconds left to seal the win. A desperation shot at the buzzer by the Gators missed the mark.

Morgan Foreman led the Gators with 18 points and eight rebounds. Sonel Mathurin contributed 16 points and 12 rebounds while Preston Grimm contributed eight rebounds and seven assists. The Gators (8-11) play at North Fort Myers Friday night.

Mariner 61, Immokalee 43: Three players scored in double figures Tuesday night to lead Mariner's road victory.

Chris Carpenter led the way with 15 points, including four three-pointers. Isiaih Darrett contributed 12 points and Rodney Hunter 10 for the Tritons (13-4), who travel to Lely on Thursday.

Bishop Verot 61, Oasis 22: Ricky Doyle hit a game-high 17 points with Thadeus Ward adding 10 Tuesday night at Bishop Verot routed Oasis.

The Vikings (10-7) host Barron Collier Wednesday night.

Girls Soccer

Bishop Verot 8, Gateway Charter 0: Katie Sullivan garnered four goals and assisted on another in leading Bishop Verot to a District 2A-12 semifinal victory over Gateway Charter Tuesday.

The win sends the Vikings (16-3-3) to the championship game Thursday night against Oasis, which got past Clewiston 2-1 on penalty kicks in the other semifnal match at Verot.

Kelly Reynolds, Kiera Clay, Reilly McAloose and Madison Sarnac each contributed one goal for the Vikings. Keepers Kenzie Frye and Yvonne Wojtas combined for two saves.

Girls Basketball

Bishop Verot 53, Oasis 35: Bishop Verot prevailed over Oasis Tuesday night, relegating the Sharks to a likely third seed for the district tournament.

Jordan Westendorf led the Sharks with 17 points and Samantha Wood added 10. The Sharks (9-9) play at LaBelle Thursday and Dunbar on Friday.

 
 

 

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