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Mariner, Baker advance to golf regional

October 15, 2013
By JIM LINETTE (jlinette@breezenewspapers.com) , Cape Coral Daily Breeze

Mariner's Chris Spoone claimed the District 2A-20 golf championship Monday with a sterling round of 77 at Port Charlotte Country Club. Lemon Bay won the team title with a total score of 333.

Spoone won the top individual honor by one stroke over Ida Baker freshman Alec DiLallo (78), who led the Bulldogs to a third-place finish in the team standings. Their foursome total of 344 allows the Bulldogs to advance to next Monday's regional tournament at Stony Brook in Estero. Mariner took second in the team race with 341.

"It was close to what I thought we would shoot," said Mariner coach Steve Larsen. "With the long distance and 18 holes I thought we did pretty good."

Alex Trujillo backed Spoone's leading round with an 82 while Cody Carroll carded 85 and Mike Trujillo 98.

"I was really looking for a championship today," said Bulldogs coach Scott Conforte. "I was a bit disappointed we didn't at least take second, but it's good to move on in the big picture."

Ross Lally shot 82 for the Bulldogs, Gage Wilson 89 and Payton Shehane carded 95.

Girls Golf

District 2A-20: Brooke Ciccone of Cape Coral won a three-way two-hole playoff Monday at Port Charlotte Country Club to claim second place in the district tournament. Her round of 87 advances her to the regional tournament next week.

Lemon Bay won the team championship with a score of 347

while Port Charlotte took second at 477 and North Fort Myers third with 484. All three teams advance to regionals intact.

In addition to Ciccone advancing individually, Ida Baker sends Maggie Coffman and Mariner sends Gerilyn Rossman.

Volleyball

Cypress Lake 3, Island Coast 0: After a slow start, Island Coast made a game of it but fell short in a straight-set loss at Cypress Lake Monday, 25-13, 25-17, 25-20.

Julia Rose and Kalli Roggow led the Gators offensively and defensively. Rose handed out 10 assists to go with two digs and two service aces while Roggow had four kills, two blocks, two blocks and two aces.

The Gators (6-15) host East Lee County Tuesday night.

 
 
 

 

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