Cape Coral began its district slate Thursday night with a big five-game victory at Immokalee. The Seahawks overcame a 2-1 deficit after three games to pull out an 18-25, 25-17, 23-25, 25-21, 15-6 win.
Alayshia Henry led the Seahawks with 12 kills and four blocks. She was backed by Heather Souchik who was 6-for-6 in kills and added 17 digs.
Cape (2-2, 1-0 district) host Cypress Lake on Tuesday.
Lely 3, Mariner 0: Kaitlyn Adams led Mariner's 25-7, 25-16, 25-21 straight-set loss at Lely Thursday night with 10 kills, five service points and two digs.
Jasmine O'Neil added three kills, four points and one block. The Tritons travel to Dunbar on Monday.
Ida Baker 3, Estero 0: Ashley Vargas went on a tear in all facets of the game and led Baker to a 25-8, 25-17, 25-16 victory Thursday at Estero.
Vargas led the Bulldogs with eight kills, five blocks, 10 digs and three service aces. She had help from Kristina Kayatta with six kills, six aces and nine assists. Amanda Gross added five kills and nine digs.
The unbeaten Bulldogs (4-0) participate in the Sharks Invitational on Saturday at Oasis.
Oasis 3, LaBelle 0: Unbeaten Oasis completed a 25-18, 25-21, 25-20 straight-set victory Thursday night over LaBelle.
Larra Bickelhaupt led the Sharks with 18 kills, two service aces and seven digs. Sam Bebber conributed seven kills to go with an ace, four digs and one block. Jordan Westendorf came through with three kills, four aces and five blocks.
The Sharks (3-0) host Baker, Island Coast, Everglaces City, Immokalee and St. John Neumann on Saturday in the Sharks Invitational.
Bishop Verot 3, Gateway 0: Led by sophomores Teya Leonard and Margaux Fry, Bishop Verot posted its first win of the season Thursday with a straight-set 25-9, 25-12, 25-7 victory over Gateway Charter.
Leonard handed out 16 assists to go with six service aces and Fry delivered seven kills. Freshman Alyssa Collins contributed five kills and five aces.
The Vikings (1-1) host Oasis on Tuesday.
At Royal Tee: Kayla Poff claimed medalist honors with a round of 2-under-par 34, but it was not enough to earn Cape Coral a victory in a tri-match Thursday.
Steadied by two rounds in the 40s, North Fort Myers claimed a six-stroke win with a team total of 203 to edge Cape with 209 and beat South Fort Myers with 281.
Madison Lampkins led the Red Knights with a 47 backed by Michelle Burkham with 49. Kendall Kelly topped South with 58.
The Seahawks (2-1) host Mariner and Island Coast next Thursday at Royal Tee Country Club.
Cape Coral 209 - Kayla Poff 34, Mia Nelson 53, Shrina Desai 58, Brittney Schall 64.
North Fort Myers 203 - Madison Lamplins 47, Michelle Burkham 49, Kaycie Zorbas 52, Cara Maniscalco 55.
South Fort Myers 281 - Kendall Kelly 58, Isadora Moreno 68, Mariah Williams 75, Astrid Arriaga 80.
At Magnolia Landings: North Fort Myers pulled out a 112-117 victory over Cape Coral on Thursday with North's Branon Daugherty and Cape's James Dillon tying for medalist with five-hole scores of 26.
North won on the strength of three rounds in the 20s while Cape posted three rounds in the 30s.
The Red Knights have a date with Gateway and Ida Baker on Tuesday at Palmetto Pines. The Seahawks take on Mariner and Island Coast on Thursday at Coral Oaks.
North Fort Myers 112 - Branon Daugherty 26, Nick Macchiato 27, Sam Macchiato 29, Trent Dickey 30.
Cape Coral 117 - James Dillon 26, Joseph Edwards 30, Corey Williamson 30, Ben Pollins 31.
At Pin Street: Cape High swept past Dunbar on Thursday.
Cape's girls team edged their hosts 3-2 while the boys' team won 4-1.
Kaela Ruby had the high score for the Seahawks at 156, backed by Mia Raymond at 147.
Nicholas Kawa rolled a 200 to top the boys' team, backed by Collin Calvano with 191 and Spencer Jones at 161.
The Seahawks go against East Lee County Tuesday at Lehigh Bowland.