Oasis achieved several girls' basketball firsts in school history Friday night.
The Sharks opened an early lead and held off Moore Haven for a 46-31 victory in their District 3A-11 finale.
The win gives the Sharks their first double-digit season win total at 10-12. They also earned their first winning record in district play at 7-3, also nailing down their highest seeding for district tournament play at No. 3.
Jordan Westendorf led the Sharks (10-12, 7-3 district) with 11 points and Samantha Wood added nine points.
A 27-7 halftime advantage held up down the stretch despite Moore Haven's 24-19 run in the second half.
The Sharks host Community School of Naples on Tuesday.
Oasis12 15 12 7 - 46
Moore Haven 4 3 10 14 - 31
Oasis 46 - Westendorf 11, Wood 9, Sorenson 8, Pickle 6, O'Connor 6, Arentsen 4, Bobe 2. Totals: 21 3-8 46.
3PG: Wood 1.
Moore Haven 31 - McPherson 17, Leavy 12, Thompson 2. Totals: 12 4-14 31.
3PG: McPherson 2, Leavy 1.
North Fort Myers 3, Fort Myers 1: Three different players scored goals Friday night at North Fort Myers closed out the regular season schedule with a victory at Fort Myers.
Casey Gentile, Melinda Lukas and freshman Gabby Ciancimino tallied one goal apiece for the Red Knights, who finish 14-3-1.
Goalkeeper Amy Pavy made 10 saves to preserve the victory.
The Red Knights play Cypress Lake at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the first round of the District 3A-11 Tournament at Mariner. The winner advances to Wednesday's semifinal match against the winner between Island Coast and South Fort Myers.
The district championship game is 7 p.m. on Friday at Mariner.
Ida Baker 4, Riverdale 3: Senior Monique Elliott's goal with seven minutes remaining broke a 3-3 tie and earned Ida Baker its 20th win of the season Friday night over Riverdale.
Franny Farella had one goal and Syniah Clark two for the Bulldogs (20-1-1), who play in the District 4A-12 Tournament semifinals at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Ida Baker 1, Riverdale 1: Brandon Taylor's goal on the doorstep of the goal early in the second half tied the game as Ida Baker settled for a tie at Riverdale Friday night.
The Bulldogs (7-8-2) travel to South Fort Myers on Tuesday.