In a battle of crosstown rivals Friday night, Cape Coral prevailed over Ida Baker 55-39.
C.J. Lewis led the Seahawks in scoring with 16 points backed by Marcus Blackwell with 12 and Joe Mesaros with eight.
The Seahawks (3-3) host Immokalee on Tuesday in their first district game of the season.
Venice 60, Island Coast 50: Island Coast lost a district game for the first time this season at Venice Friday.
Matt Jeannelas topped the Gators with 14 points while Morgan Foreman added a double-double of 11 points and 10 rebounds.
The Gators (2-4. 1-1 district) host North Fort Myers on Tuesday.
Mariner 60, IMG Academy 30: It was a long round trip to Bradenton, but the ride home was made more pleasant by mariner's 30-point victory over IMG Academy.
Rodney Hunter led the Tritons with 19 points and Caleb Darrett chipped in 17. The Tritons (4-2) start district play Tuesday on their home floor against Lely.
First Baptist 60, Bishop Verot 53: Senior Ricky Doyle scored a game-high 24 points to go with 13 rebounds, but Bishop Verot suffered its first defeat Friday at the hands of First Baptist Academy.
Thadeus Ward contributed 17 points for the Vikings (4-1), who visit LaBelle on Tuesday.
Ida Baker 51, Cape Coral Christian 37: Jessie Placher knocked down a game-high 32 points, nearly outscoring Ida Baker's opponent all by herself, in Friday night's victory.
Brea Kelly contributed 10 points for the Bulldogs and Kathleen Driscoll grabbed 13 rebounds. The Bulldogs (2-7) play Monday at Venice.
Cape Coral 6, Island Coast 0: Jonathan Jimenez tallied two goals Friday to help lead Cape Coral to its 10th season win at Island Coast.
Ryan Molloy, Camillo Avendano, Jonathan Torres and Canon Smith each added one goal. Gianni Cognata and Andre Blanco came through with two assists apiece with Miguel Martinez tacking on one assist. Goalkeepers Alex Colazo and Austin Lachmann combined for five saves.
The Seahawks (10-1, 4-0 district) visit North Fort Myers Tuesday for another district contest.
Lemon Bay 2, Ida Baker 0: Baker goalkeeper Trey Crispin faced six shots on goal, saving four, as Lemon Bay blanked the Bulldogs Friday.
"It was one of those games where we pressured them, but did not take advantage of our scoring opportunities and they did," said Bulldogs coach Justin Aulls.
The Bulldogs (3-2-3) travel to Cypress Lake Monday night.
Mariner 7, North Fort Myers 0: Mariner goalkeepers Michael Laborde and Alex Trujillo combined for five saves Friday in the Tritons' shutout victory over North Fort Myers.
Erick Rivera tallied two goals for the Tritons.Teammates Jordan Burks, Hunter Sperry, Ray Gerke and Steven Schwab tacked on one goal and one asisst apiece with Trevor Jurkowski contributing one goal as well.
The Tritons (7-1-2) host East Lee County on Tuesday.
Bishop Verot 4, Gulf Coast 2: Bishop Verot recorded its seventh win of the season Friday despite surrendering the first goals scored against it by an opponent this season.
Tyler Yergens cranked out two goals with one each by Cullen Duquette and Zachary Cloutier with goalkeeper Ricardo Martinez saving six shots for the Vikings (7-0-1), who travel to Oasis on Tuesday.
North Fort Myers 1, Mariner 0: About 15 minutes into Friday's game, Morgan Cook scored the game-winning goal as North Fort Myers clipped Mariner.
Cook's goal came off a corner kick by Gabby Ciancimino. Darien Leschewski headed the ball in flight right to Cook, who finished the play into the net. Goalkeeper Coral Jarvis preserved the shutout with five saves.
The Red Knights (6-5) play at Cape Coral Tuesday.
Ida Baker 7, Lemon Bay 0: Roxie Fraser and Marcella Montoya scored two goals apiece Friday night to lead Ida Baker to a District 3A-13 victory at Lemon Bay.
Gabby Hallman, Franny Farella and Sarah McKee each added one goal while goalkeeper Angela Christiano contributed two saves to preserve the shutout.
The Bulldogs (9-0-2) host Cypress Lake on Monday
Bishop Verot 4, Gulf Coast 1: A hat trick by Kelly Reynolds propelled Bishop Verot to its 10th victory of the season Friday over Gulf Coast.
Katie Sullivan contributed one goal and one assist with goalkeeper Kinzie Frey tallying seven saves.
The Vikings (10-0-2) travel to district rival Oasis on Tuesday.