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Ida Baker girls remain unbeaten; win 10th

November 20, 2012
By JIM LINETTE ( , Cape Coral Daily Breeze

Less than 24 hours after mauling Dunbar 15-0, the Ida Baker girls' soccer team had to step up their game against an experienced and savvy squad from Orlando Prep Tuesday afternoon.

The Bulldogs rode the three-goal scoring of Mo Elliott to a 3-0 lead on their way to a 3-2 victory at Bulldogs Stadium.

"It was great to get back into the swing of things," said Bulldogs coach Dave Trepkowski. "They are a solid team, very aggressive. Our girls found out they have to step up their play and play until the final whistle."

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Cape Coral Seahawk Jake Atkins goes for a layup against #11 Marquis Riley and #3 Santo Michel in a game against East Lee County High School.

Indeed. Orlando Prep scored both of its goals in the final 90 seconds.

"It was eye opening," said Trepkowski. "This was the first test of this kind since George Jenkins (in state finals last February)."

Goalkeeper Angela Christiano made four saves to preserve the win for the Bulldogs (10-0), who travel to Gulf Coast for a district game next Tuesday.

Boys Soccer

Cape Coral 9, East Lee County 1: Gianni Cognata and Eli Vega delivered four goals apiece to power Cape Coral to victory Tuesday at East Lee County.

Camillo Avendano added one goal to go with two assists with Mateo Arango contributing his first two varsity assists. Oscar Camacho, Laz Vega and Cognata each had one assist to their credit.

Goalkeeper Austin Lachmann made six saves to record the victory for the Seahawks (6-1-1), who host North Fort Myers next Tuesday.

Mariner 1, Auburndale 1: Auburndale scored the tying goal with 20 minutes remaining to settle for a tie with Mariner Tuesday in the Nike Tournament at Lakewood Ranch.

Sean Garlan put the Tritons on the board first with a goal off an assist by Patrick Kibler. Goalkeeper Alex Trujillo made four saves for the Tritons (5-1-1), who return at 9 a.m. Wednesday to face Palm Harbor University School in continued tournament play.


Mariner 54, Oasis 24

106 - Mullane (M) won by forfeit

113 - double forfeit

120 - Ritum (O) won by forfeit

126 - Reppy (M) pin Krimski 1:03

132 - Mai (M) pin Gerke 1:06

138 - Ryan (M) won by forfeit

145 - Dressel (O) pin Lyons 0:38

152 - Angulio (M) pin Tucker 2:17

160 - Burger (M) pin Willaford 1:07

170 - Pascal (O) pin Souch 3:59

182 - Schawalder (M) pin Giammarusto 1:50

195 - McGraw (O) won by forfeit

220 - Lopez (M) pin Pena 1:07

Hvy - Panos (M) won by forfeit


Boys Basketball

Charlotte 106, Ida Baker 64: Charlotte pulled away in the second half, extending an eight-point halftime lead to a 42-point victory over Ida Baker Monday night.

Seth Woods led the Bulldogs with 26 points while Nate Evans added 14 points. The Bulldogs play Friday in the Thanksgiving Shootout at Island Coast.

Oasis 64, Canterbury 59: Oasis scored 23 points in the fourth quarter to earn a come-from-behind victory Monday over Canterbury in the season opening game.

Chris Carpenter led the Sharks with 16 points and eight rebounds. Brooks Pratt and Chris Rambo each added 13 points in the win. Adam Logan grabbed eight rebounds to go with eight points and Rambo handed out four assists.

The Sharks (1-0) play at Seacrest on Nov. 29.

Canterbury11 17 15 16 - 59

Oasis 12 13 16 23 - 64

Canterbury 59 - Burton 24, Wheeler 16, Crandon 8, Arrison 5, Perkins 3, Sorensen 3.

Oasis 64 - Carpenter 16, Pratt 13, Rambo 13, Wells 8, Decouer 3, Jurkowski 3, Logan 8.

Boys Soccer

Mariner 1, Manatee 0: At the Nike Tournament at Lakewood Ranch Monday, Isaiah Romano tapped in a goal midway through the second half to lift the Mariner Tritons to a hard-fought victory over Manatee.

Patrick Kibler was credited with the assist on Romano's goal and goalkeeper Alex Trujillo made three saves to preserve the win.

The Tritons face Auburndale Tuesday and Palm Harbor University School Wednesday as tournament play continues.

Cape Coral 2, Estero 2: Cape Coral came back from one-goal deficits twice Monday night to force a tie at Estero.

Jonatan Jimenez scored the Seahawks' first goal and assisted on the second just before halftime on the goal by Elijah Vega. Camillo Avendano assisted on the first goal.

Goalkeeper Alex Colazzo made eight saves, including several in the second half to preserve the tie.

The Seahawks (5-1-1) play at East Lee County Tuesday night.

Ida Baker 9, Dunbar 1: Filander Barahona scored three goals to lead Ida Baker to victory Monday over Dunbar.

"We had a good effort and the boys responded well," said Bulldogs coach Scott Wells.

Girls Basketball

Oasis 60, Canterbury 24: Kelsey Arentsen scored 14 points to lead Oasis to victory Monday over Canterbury.

Samantha Wood added 13 points to the cause.

North Fort Myers 6, Lehigh 2: Four goals by Melinda Lukas sparked North Fort Myers to victory over Lehigh Monday night.

Darian Leschewski and Miranda Shirk each added one goal for the Red Knights (7-0), who don't play until next week Tuesday against Cape Coral.

Canterbury 4, Oasis 2: Sam Gonzalez and Morgan Kubarek each scored a goal for Oasis in Monday's loss to Canterbury.

The Sharks (1-2-1) play at Evangelical Christian next Tuesday.



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