Lehigh 73, South Fort Myers 37: Nate Cadet led the way for the Lightning with 24 points. Ronnail Tape cleaned up on the boards, racking up 17 rebounds while adding 13 points.
The Lightning look to extend their win streak to nine games, but it won’t come easy against a feisty Charlotte (10-5) squad on Friday.
CSN 64, Gulf Coast 37: Lovensen Xavier couldn’t be stopped Tuesday night, as the senior poured in 26 points, with 12 coming from beyond the arc. Ryker Vance added 13 points in the win for the Seahawks.
“The team did a great job setting the tone in the first half,” CSN coach Greg Donahue said. “Lovenson had 24 first-half points and the team was locked in on defense.”
The Seahawks are in for a quick turnaround, as they’ll travel south to play against Lely Wednesday evening.
Naples 71, Immokalee 47: Tony Green, Byntley Theork, and Devin Moore all found double figures Tuesday night, as the trio combined for 43 points in the dominant win over the Indians.
“Good district win for us, but we have a lot to clean up,” Naples coach Garrett Hull said.
Like CSN, the Golden Eagles will be playing on less than 24 hours rest as they will take on Canterbury at home Wednesday evening.
Ida Baker 65, Riverdale 56: Johnny Edwards poured in a game-high 20 points as the Bulldogs pulled away late against the Raiders. Bo Summersett added 19 points and five assists for Ida Baker.
In the loss for Riverdale, Zach McLeod led with a team-high 19 points.
Ida Baker has a date on the road with Immokalee slated for Thursday, while Riverdale is back in action on Friday at Fort Myers.
Palmetto Ridge 67, Dunbar 53: Dunbar was led by Ahmad Watkins and David Lias, who scored 14 points apiece. Caleb Jones also added 11 points in the loss for the Tigers.
LaBelle 53, Evangelical Christian 52: The Cowgirls ended an ECS five-game win streak, thanks to Janna Morrissey’s 23 points and seven rebounds.
In the loss for the Sentinels, Zaira Mitchell led the team with 13 points, while Hailey Figueroa and Maddie O’Berski added 10 points each.
LaBelle moves to 9-3 on the year with a matchup scheduled for next Tuesday against Clewiston. ECS falls to 14-3 with a matchup against Golden Gate slated for Thursday.
Barron Collier 65, Golden Gate 45: In the loss for the Titans, Melissia Theork led the team with 16 points, while Sonia Gustave added a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
“We definitely didn’t get out to the start that we wanted,” Golden Gate coach Keri Looker said. “Proud that the girls came out and played a much better second half.”
In the win for Barron Collier, Paige Clausen scored 23 points, while Deydra Ramos added 22 points.
Naples 71, Immokalee 19: Sabrina Fakhoury led the Golden Eagles with a game-high 26 points, while Molly Richards chipped in with 16 points, six rebounds, six steals, and five assists. Madison McCormick had a team-high 12 rebounds and six assists for Naples.
Naples 5, Mariner 2: The Golden Eagles dominated against the Tritons, as Kevin Nava scored two goals, while Harvey Sarajian, Mischael Francois, and Jacob Castrillon added one goal apiece.
Sean Paul Negron and Marcos Grimado were the scorers for the Tritons, who fall to 11-4-2 and have now lost three of their last four games. Mariner will seek to get back into winning form against Riverdale on Thursday.
Naples (7-2-1) has won four of their last five contests and will travel to Estero on Friday.
CSN 9, Donahue Catholic 1: The Seahawks were powered on senior night by Jake Hanus, who scored four goals, and Nate Delsoin added two goals. Peter Shaffer, Axel Dickson, and Tristan Wicka added one goal apiece.
Lehigh 3, South Fort Myers 2: In the loss for South, Lucas Galvis and Lazaro Uz Uz each scored a goal, while Sam Ballinger had nine saves in net.
Fort Myers 2, Canterbury 1: no stats provided.
Evangelical Christian 3, Gateway 1: no stats provided.
Canterbury 4, Fort Myers 1: Jasmine Perez-Acosta continued to stay hot for the Cougars as she scored two goals. The tandem of Ellie Miller and Giana D’Altrui, both eighth-graders, scored one goal each. Miller also added two assists and seventh-grader Kali Young added one assist.
LaBelle 8, East Lee County 0: no stats provided.