Here is a roundup of Southwest Florida high school sports played the week of Nov. 28-Dec. 3.
Cardinal Mooney 66, Community School of Naples 60: Charley Costa had a team-high 15 points, while Dom Hoge added 12 points and 4 assists.
Barron Collier 61, LaBelle 27
South Fort Myers 81, Ida Baker 49: Haley Lang led the Wolfpack with 31 points, marking her second-straight game she's scored 30 or more. Jayda Green had 21 points, while Aileen Warchol and Makayla Sprague added 11 points each to the winning effort.
Barron Collier 41, Naples 37: Annika Anderson stuffed the stat sheet for the Golden Eagles, tallying 19 points, 13 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals, and 2 blocks.
Gateway Charter 95, Evangelical Christian 62: Jahmari Johnson led the Griffins with 27 points and 5 rebounds, while Jaeden Arzola tacked on 21 points and 5 rebounds. Patrick Johnson had 16 points and 11 rebounds for Gateway Charter.
St. John Nuemann 49, Seacrest 43: The Celtics overcame their halftime deficit to defeat the Stingrays. TJ Zelek, Jack London and Eric Morgan all had 12 points for the Celtics. Brady Barnaby tallied 14 points for Seacrest.
Evangelical Christian 4, Community School of Naples 0: Claire Valentine, Thalia Silva, Emma Blackwell, and Gianna Fabrizi all scored in the Sentinel victory.
Community School of Naples 3, Evangelical Christian 1: Joel Slater assisted Kaden Stout for the lone Sentinel goal.
St. John Neumann 68, Evangelical Christian 58: Eric Morgan's 34 points led the Celtics past the Sentinels, while TJ Zelek when 6-of-8 from deep to tack on 18 points. Noah Ross had 11 points for St. John Neumann. Gavin Williams led the Sentinels with 16 points, while Ashton Peterson added 13.
Gateway 70, Naples 60: The Eagles had six players score at least nine points in the win, led by Tyler Diaz with 11 points. Eugene Alvin and Colin Alvarez had 10 points each. Jaden Wolner led the Golden Eagles with 17 points.
ECS 61, St. John Neumann 56: After leading by eight at halftime, the St. John Neumann girls basketball team was unable to seal the deal in the second half.
The Celtics came up short in a key early-season clash with ECS, losing 61-56. The win puts the Sentinels in prime position to host a prospective regional final over Neumann, should both teams get that far.
After committing three fouls in the first half, ECS was without Maddie O’Berski for key stretches in the first, which were capitalized on by Sydney Martin (20 points) and Sophie McCartney (14 points, 16 rebounds) on the other end. Neumann went on a 20-0 run to close the first quarter, leading 20-6 after eight minutes.
At halftime, six of the seven ECS field goals were treys. O’Berski added onto that barrage from distance in the second half, netting 18 points with four 3-pointers. As a team, the Sentinels shot 11 for 26 (42.3%) from beyond the arc.
— Alex Martin
Gulf Coast 42, Steinbrenner 34: Maddie Leslie joined the prestigious 1,000 point club with her game-high 17 points. Tyrah Townsend had 12 points, while Lilli Fultz tacked on 10 points to the winning effort.
Lely 40, Golden Gate 30: Kaleah Estrada led the Trojans with 11 points, while Abigail Peterson added 7 points and 11 rebounds.
Seacrest 6, First Baptist 0: Alberto Trejo-Molina had a hat-trick for the Stingrays, while Jude Caruso, Dylan Atkinson, and Cam Smith added one goal each. Max Pearson had two assists, while Grade Conroy and Cleil Albrite notched an assist each.
Immokalee 1, Barron Collier 1: Eli Acker scored for the Cougars in extra time to force a draw. Ricardo Vazquez assisted Erick Escobedo for Immokalee's lone goal.
Fort Myers 7, Bonita Springs 0: Sammi Degen notched two goals and three assists for the Green Wave, while Giana D'Altrui tacked on two goals to the winning effort. Karlee Schmid had two goals as well, with Kailani Casazza rounded out the scoring column with one goal.
Estero 46, Naples 45: Amiya Lewis scores a layup with 8 seconds left to propel Estero over Naples. Lewis finished with 12 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists and 6 steals, Jadyn Hayes added 15 points and Cody Panichello 7 points and 7 steals.
Canterbury 48, Bonita Springs 31: Ellie Miller scored 17 points for the Cougars while Kaya Langford added 11 and Mckenna Murphy 10.
Gulf Coast 81, Lehigh 62: Gulf Coast (2-1) was led by Wesley Roark with 22 points, Colin Vetor with 15, and Chris Jimenez with 12.
Naples 79, Estero 64: Charlie Ricketts scored 24 for the Golden Eagles with Marques Leon scoring 13 and Joshua Similien 14. Estero received a game-high 26 from AJ Tatham.
Dunbar 2, Oasis 0: Ryan Rosado had 7 saves and Lucas Pruett had 3 saves for Oasis, which falls to 4-2 on the season.
Gateway 57, Canterbury 46: Tavian Cook led the Eagles with 20 points and 11 rebounds.
St. John Neumann 44, North Fort Myers 41: Eric Morgan had 16 points for the Celtics, while Jack London tacked on 13 points in the winning effort. Quentin Wimbush had a game-high 26 points for North.
Estero 74, South Fort Myers 53: No stats provided
South Fort Myers 63, Estero 38: Haley Lang led the Wolfpack with 27 points. Jayda Green (13), Aileen Warchol (9), Makayla Sprague (7) & Kimber Swift (5) all found the scoring column in the winning effort.
Barron Collier 54, Bishop Verot 40: Peyton Hefflefinger led the Cougars with 19 points, while Juanita Rendon added 13 to the winning effort. Cameron O'Halloran and Resse Fry had ten points each for the Vikings.
Evangelical Christian 57, Naples 23: Zai Mitchell led all scorers with 22 points for the Sentinels. Maddie Oberski tacked on 13 points, 8 rebounds, and 7 assists while Kellisia Grant had 9 points and 6 steals.
Island Coast 34, Cypress Lake 29: Avery Brincat scored a game high 19 points for the Gators, while Aubrey Curry added 7 points. Bri Madore had 14 points for the Panthers.
Lehigh 48, Ida Baker 36: The Lightning were led by Faith Plummer's 19 points and Riane Smith's 17 points.
LaBelle 65, Oasis 39: Brynn Stambaugh led the Sharks with 15 Points. Maci Stambaugh scored 13, Emma Osinski added 7 points and both Fara Paul and Bella Carter had 2 points each in the loss.
Immokalee 2, Palmetto Ridge 1: Ricardo Vazquez and Jumson Jorcely each scored a goal in the Indians' win. Vazquez and Jorcely assisted.
Naples 9, CSN 1: Alvin Nunez scored five goals in the GOlden Eagles' blowout win. Harvey Sarajian had a hat trick, and Abraham Farerra tacked on a goal in the wining effort.
Gateway 8, Cypress Lake 0: Ryan Thompson and Brandon Toscano both had a hat trick in the Eagles resounding win over the Panthers. Chacour Thomes and Jacob Glezman also scored.
Barron Collier 3, Bishop Verot 0: The Cougars improve to 5-0-0, led by Emerson and Oscar LaOrden and Andrew Goduti, who all scored one goal each. Marc Schmidt and Luis Medina assisted, while keeper Nolan Honorio notched his fourth shutout of the season.
Mariner 1, Fort Myers 1: Caden Sandrus scored for the Tritons, asissted by Samuel Bedoya. Jacob Glover tallied 6 saves to keep Mariner in the contest.
Oasis 2, Ida Baker 0: Mario Acosta scored both goals for the Sharks while Tyler Kerr provided an assist.
Island Coast 3, North Fort Myers 1: Tawny De La Fe Cruz , Anthony Morales, and Luccas Dias all scored for the Gators, along with two assists from Rahiem Buckely.
Venice 9, Evangelical Christian 1: Pedro Alves scored the lone goal for the Sentinels, assisted by Braden Olsen.
Mariner 6, Fort Myers 0: The Tritons notched another shutout, moving to 5-2-0 this season. Florida commit Ryleigh Acosta netted a pair of goals with an assist, while Kira Wilson, Taylor Arch, Annabelle Barbot, and Carly Paz all had one goal apiece. Eva Ramirez, Stephanie Saracione, and Paz all had one assist each.
Oasis 3, Ida Baker 1: Samantha Chitu scored two goals for the Sharks, while Ashley Lynn tacked on a goal as well. Ariana Saurez, Nevaeh Rogers, and Jacylynn Mars all contributed with assists on the goals and Angelina Acevedo-Montalvo finished with 7 saves
Estero 8, South Fort Myers 0: Ansley Mancini, Kaitlyn Mancini, Morgan King, Katie Kuieck, Madi Winn, Brianna Verhaagh and Tessa Louckes all scored in the Wildcat's sound win over the Wolfpack.
Seacrest 3, Mason 0: Brooke Shefsky, Kennedy Barnaby, Annie Smith found the net for the Stingrays with assists from Ella Malone, and Barnaby. Carole-Ann Hussey recorded her second successive shutout.
Evangelical Christian 8, East Lee 0
Barron Collier 3, Bishop Verot 2
Olympic - Evangelical Christian 64, Cypress Lake 12
Traditional - Evangelical Christian 59, Cypress Lake 15: The Sentinels took first in 18 of 20 events, all while six school records were broken and 12 athletes hit a new personal record in at least one event. Ava Carlton entered the triple-digit club with her clean and jerk, while Kasey Johnson joined the club with her snatch lift.
Naples 76, Bonita Springs 60:Jaden Wolner led the Golden Eagles with 21 points, while Marques Leon tacked on 20 points to the winning effort. Wesley Mathes had 17 points for the Sharks in the loss.
Seacrest 58, Donahue Academy 32: The Stingrays allowed just 10 first half points in the win. Nick Cassano tallied 17 points and 8 rebounds.
Oasis 38, SFCA 27: The Sharks completed the second half rally, led by Brynn Stambaugh's 21 points. Maci Stambaugh tacked on 14 points, while Bella Carter and Kiaya Sunn also found the scoring column in the winning effort.
Seacrest 6, SFCA 0: Kennedy Barnaby notched a hat trick for the Stingrays, while Annie Smith, Brooke Shefsky, and Caitlin Dawick tacked on a goal each.
Bishop Verot 0, Lemon Bay 0: The Vikings had 12 shots on goal and 8 goalie saves.
Seacrest 2, SFCA 1: Conrado Chanes scored both goals for the Stingrays in the winning effort.
Naples 5, LaBelle 0: Harvey Sarajian had a hat trick for the Golden Eagles, while Ty Collins and Jose Valdez added one goal each. Freshman Tristan Fredrickson notched his first shutout.
Canterbury 8, First Baptist 0: Riley Johnson had two goals and one assist while Dusty Dwyer, Walter Ballard, Ian Murphy, Diego Monteiro, Will Hall and Josh Wiese all tacked on a goal each. Kevin Ortiz had two assists, and Ishaan Ahmad, Wiese, Ballard and Hall also contributed one assist each.
This article originally appeared on Fort Myers News-Press: Southwest Florida soccer and basketball results for Nov. 28-Dec. 3