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Prep Reports

April 20, 2018
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

Wednesday

Baseball

Gateway Charter 3, Bishop Verot 2: The Vikings (9-11, 6-2) missed a chance to wrap up the top seed in the District 4A-5 tournament. Andrew Pflieger was 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored for Bishop Verot, and Evan McKinna was 2-for-3 and scored a run. All three runs scored against Fletcher Reynolds were unearned. Gateway Charter (18-9, 5-4) split two games with Bishop Verot. Verot has a half-game lead on Sarasota Cardinal Mooney for first place in the district. Mooney (13-8, 5-2) plays Oasis (13-8, 4-3) on Thursday. The Vikings, who have completed the district portion of their schedule, play Gulf Coast on Thursday.

Article Photos

MICHAEL PISTELLA / mpistella@breezenewspapers.com

Mariner junior pitcher Hannah Holloway (12) throws to first after fielding a bunt during the Tritons’ game against Fort Myers Tuesday night. To view more photos from the game, see our Facebook page.

Ida Baker signings: Three Bulldogs will sign college letters of intent to play college baseball. Alex Crothers (Ave Maria), Paul Martin (Mars Hill) and Jose Rodriguez (Maryville College) were scheduled to have their signing ceremony Thursday at Ida Baker High School.

Tennis

District 2A-12 Tournament: At Three Oaks Community Park, the Oasis boys and girls No. 2 doubles teams advanced to Thursday's second day of district play.

The boys team of Robbie Holmlund and Dale Saccone defeated Cypress Lake 6-3, 6-2, then downed LaBelle 6-3, 6-2 to reach a semifinal match Thursday against Cape Coral. Alyssa Mahoney and Alison Sieber downed Mariner 7-6 (4), 6-7 (3), 10-7, then Gateway Charter 6-1, 6-0 to reach the girls semifinals against Bishop Verot.

Meanwhile, the Mariner No. 2 boys doubles boys team of Teddy Perchall and Yeni Win had a first-round bye, then defeated Bishop Verot to reach the semis against Lely.

Tuesday

Baseball

Fort Myers 6, Mariner 3: Jaylen Youngs, Alex Freeman and Donnie Goodman had two hits each for Mariner (10-11). Youngs had two doubles.

Oasis 5, Sarasota Cardinal Mooney 4: Trey Siciliano scored the winning run in the sixth inning for the Sharks (13-6, 4-3 District 4A-5). For the game, Siciliano had a hit, two walks, scored twice and drove in a run. Steven Salamida (3-2) earned the win in relief of Dennis Talarico, with Justin Brooks finishing for his second save.

Ida Baker 5, Port Charlotte 1: The Bulldogs improved to 11-10, 4-6 in District 6A-11 with the road victory at Port Charlotte.

Estero 1, North Fort Myers 0: North (8-11) came out on the short end of a pitching duel against Estero.

Gulf Coast 16, Cape Coral 0 (5): The Seahawks (14-8) were held to three hits on Tuesday.

Cypress Lake 12, Island Coast 2: The Gators slipped to 13-6, 8-3 in District 6A-11. Island Coast faces Cypress Lake at home on Friday.

Softball

Island Coast 13, East Lee County 1 (5): Caitlyn Gibilisco had a monster night with six RBI for Island Coast Riley Hare was 3-for-3, scoring three times and stealing two bases for the Gators, while Kamryn Huston drove in three runs. Hare was also the winning pitcher, allowing a run on a single hit and one walk over five innings.

North Fort Myers 6, Charlotte 3: The Red Knights improved to 19-5 at the expense of Charlotte (12-11).

Cape Coral 12, Golden Gate 2: The non-district win improves Cape Coral's record to 12-9.

Boys soccer

Oasis signing: Sharks senior Owen Jack will sign a letter of intent to play soccer at Stetson University. The signing ceremony was scheduled for Thursday in the Oasis gym.

 
 
 

 

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