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Seahawks nail down top district seed with 2-0 win

Prep Report

December 11, 2012
By JIM LINETTE (jlinette@breezenewspapers.com) , Cape Coral Daily Breeze

Two goals is all the Cape Coral Seahawks needed Wednesday night.

Winston Marin and Diego Silva accounted for the goals giving the Seahawks a 2-0 District 3A-11 victory over Cypress Lake to finish their district schedule with the No. 1 seeding for the district tournament at 6-0. The Seahawks have not lost a district game in three seasons.

Oscar Camacho scored off an assist from Jonathan Jimenez to put the Seahawks up 1-0 in the first half. Juan Cano stole the ball and beat the Panthers keeper one-on-one late in the second half for the insurance goal. Goalkeeper Alex Collazo made eight saves, including one penalty kick, to preserve the shutout, the eighth of the season for the Seahawks (12-1-1, 6-0 district). The penalty kick would have tied the game 1-1 at the time.

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MICHAEL PISTELLA
Island Coast senior guard Angel Inchausti (2) goes up for two of his 25 points in the Gators’ game against the Mariner Tritons Tuesday night. More photos are available online at: cu.cape-coral-daily-breeze.com.



The Seahawks travel to Port Charlotte on Friday.

Barron Collier 3, Ida Baker 2: Collier scored the game-winning goal with about seven minutes to play to edge district rival Ida Baker Tuesday night.

Winston Marin, with an assist from Landon Day, and Diego Silva, on an assist from Alex Crispin, accounted for the Bulldogs' goals. The Bulldogs tied the game 1-1 and 2-2.

"We pressured them all night," said Bulldogs coach Scott Wills. "We played very well even though we were shorthanded due to injuries to key starters. We had chances, but our field is pretty torn up because of the rain."

Trey Crispin made seven saves in net for the Bulldogs (5-6-1, 2-4-1 district), who play at Gulf Coast Wednesday.

Boys Basketball

Mariner 62, Island Coast 61, OT: Another barn-burner for these city rivals with Mariner launching a second-half comeback to erase a 21-point deficit to beat Island Coast in overtime Tuesday night.

Trailing by 21 points with 5 1/2 minutes left in the third quarter, the Tritons got back in the game in a hurry, taking their first lead just before the final buzzer. Island Coast's Morgan Foreman's three-point basket tied the game at the end of regulation.

The Tritons outscored the Gators 26-13 in the final period and overtime to win the game.

"We made 18 turnovers in the second half," said Gators coach Greg Coleman. "We had a chance to put the game on ice, but instead we continued to drive the lane. Mariner took six charges (fouls) in the second half after none in the first half. They made that adjustment at halftime."

Angel Inchausti led the Gators with a game-high 25 points, but scores just two points after the four-minute mark of the third quarter. Sonel Mathurin grabbed a team-high 10 rebounds.

"Mike Patton came off the bench and put the defense on Angel," said Tritons coach James Harris. "He had seven points and shut down Angel, who hurt on us earlier."

Rick Moore topped the Tritons with 22 points and seven rebounds while Rodney Hunter added 18 points and Mario Blissett finished with six rebounds.

"When you are down 21 points you just want to cut the lead in half," said Harris."We did not lead until the end of regulation, then Blissett hit the game-winning free throw with six seconds left in overtime. It was just a great team win."

The Gators (4-5) host Ida Baker while the Tritons (6-4) play at South Fort Myers on Friday.

Mariner 9 10 17 19 7 - 62

Island Coast 18 16 12 7 6 - 61

Mariner 62 - Mitchell 4, Patton 7, Moore 22, Nash 8, Hunter 18, Blissett 3. Totals: 23 10-17 62.

3PG: Patton 2, Moore 2, Nash 1, Hunter 1.

Island Coast 61 - Inchausti 25, Lugo 9, K. Darrett 6, Foreman 8, Diaz 2, I. Darrett 7, Mathurin 4. Totals: 20 16-31 61.

3PG: Inchausti 4, Lugo 1, Foreman 2.

Cape Coral 45, Cypress Lake 44: Andrew Taylor scored 11 points, David Flynn 8 and Chase Galuzny 7 as Cape Coral upped its district mark to 4-0 and over all record to 5-4.

The Seahawks travel to Bishop Verot this evening.

Girls Soccer

Barron Collier 1, Ida Baker 0: Playing on home turf, Barron Collier avenged an earlier season loss by handing Ida Baker its first defeat of the season Tuesday night.

Collier's goal 30-minutes into the first half stood as the game-winner despite the Bulldogs firing off a dozen shots on goal. Bulldogs keeper Angela Christiano, who got a just a piece of the Cougars' free-kick goal, saved the only other shot she faced.

The Bulldogs (15-1-1, 5-1-1 district) host district rival Gulf Coast Wednesday night. The two teams played to a 1-1 tie earlier this season.

North Fort Myers 5, Island Coast 0: After dropping two games in a row, the Island Coast Gators was just what the North Fort Myers Red Knights needed Tuesday night.

The Knights (12-2-0, 5-1 district) shut out the Gators behind two goals apiece from Casey Gentile and Darian Leschewski. Taylor Pascal added the fifth goal. Goalkeeper Hemi Hector, subbing for Amy Pavy, made two saves in the win.

The Knights host Ida Baker Friday night.

Girls Basketball

Oasis 36, Canterbury 20: Teammates Samantha Wood and Jordan Westendorf combined for 23 points to lead Oasis to victory Tuesday night at Canterbury.

Westendorf finished with a triple-double with 14 rebounds and 10 blocked shots to go with her 10 points. Wood led all scorers with 13 points.

The Sharks (6-7) look to get back to the .500 mark Saturday against Marco Island.

Oasis 4 11 5 16 - 36

Canterbury 9 2 8 1 - 20

Oasis 36 - Wood 13, Westendorf 10, Arentsen 6, Fornal 5, Pickle 2. Totals: 14 5-15 36.

3PG: Wood 3.

Canterbury 20 - Olmstead 10, Sewell 7, Blaze 2, Hall 1. Totals: 8 3-7 20.

3PG: Sewell 1.

 
 
 

 

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