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Thomas’ double-double helps Oasis girls capture second basketball win

Prep Report 11-21

November 22, 2019
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

Madelyn Thomas had a double-double with 16 points and 16 rebounds as the Oasis Sharks remained unbeaten (2-0) on the very young season with a 58-38 victory over Lemon Bay.

Dana Esteve scored 13 points, and Aliyah Wilson had 8 points and 11 rebounds.

Oasis was set to play Thursday at Community School of Naples.

Article Photos

MICHAEL PISTELLA / mpistella@breezenewspapers.com

Cape Coral senior Jacob Jimenez (11) turns upfield during the Seahawks’ 8-0 win over North Fort Myers Tuesday night. To view more photos from the match, see the Cape Coral Breeze Facebook page.

Wednesday

Girls soccer

Mariner 1, Fort Myers 0: Young players lifted the Tritons (3-1) to victory. Sophomore Raven Meoli scored on an assist by another sophomore, Asia Alexander. Freshman keeper Sierra Ingram made five saves in the shutout. Fort Myers fell to 0-3-1.

Tuesday

Girls basketball

Dunbar 60, Cape Coral 46: The perennial powerhouse Tigers began their season with a win against the Seahawks. Cape will try to rebound at Lely on Thursday.

South Fort Myers 45, Island Coast 38: The Gators came up short in their season opener. Island Coast is at East Lee County on Friday.

Port Charlotte 54, Ida Baker 22: It was the second loss in as many nights for the Bulldogs (0-2), coming off a 53-28 defeat against East Lee County on Monday. Baker travels to Lely on Friday.

Boys soccer

Cape Coral 8, North Fort Myers 0: The Seahawks are off to a 3-0-1 start, 2-0 in District 5A-11, after a dominating win against the Red Knights. Juan Parra poured in four goals for Cape Coral, and made an assist as well. The Seahawks are home Thursday against Cypress Lake, while North Fort Myers (0-3, 0-1) is home Thursday against Lehigh.

Mariner 8, Island Coast 0: Leo Perez had a hat trick on Tuesday, giving the senior nine goals this season -- three goals in each of the Tritons' three games. Sean Paul Negron scored twice, while Esteban Orjuela, Eddie Reyes, Marcos Grimado each had a goal for the Tritons (3-0). Fort Myers plays at Mariner on Thursday, while Island Coast (0-3) faces Dunbar the same night.

South Fort Myers 3, Ida Baker 2: South (3-0, 2-0 District 5A-11) kept the Bulldogs (0-6, 0-2) winless. Ida Baker faces Estero on Friday.

Girls soccer

Mariner 8, Island Coast 0: Freshman defender Sarah Paddock posted her first hat trick, Brooke Yount also scored three goals and added an assist, and Lela McIntyre had scored twice and had an assist for the Tritons. Asia Alexander added an assist. The Tritons are at home Wednesday against Fort Myers, while Island Coast (0-3) travels to Dunbar on Thursday.

North Fort Myers 7, Cape Coral 1: Sophomore Michelle Horan scored four times to lead the Red Knights (3-0, 2-0 District 5A-11). Emilee Hauser had two goals and two assists, while Taylor Metzger also scored. Cape Coral fell to 0-4, 0-2.

Late Monday

Girls soccer

Oasis 8, Southwest Florida Christian 0. Freshman Kirra Wilson scored her first career goal for the Sharks (3-0).

 
 
 

 

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