The Lakewood Ranch Lady Mustangs may have missed out on collecting its sixth-straight Class 4A-District 11 championship after losing to Venice Jan. 16, but the team still has a chance to show their skills when they play Naples Gulf Coast in Naples Thursday in the regional quarterfinals.
In their first district game of the season, the Lakewood Ranch Lady Mustangs defeated the North Port Bobcats, 2-0, Jan. 14. The 4A-11 semifinal win advances Lakewood Ranch to its second district game, Jan. 16, at home against Venice High School.
Sarasota Christian School walks away with a 60 to 43 win against Southwest Florida Christian Academy. Tuesdayâ€™s conference game win keeps SCS undefeated in their district.
Tito's played Wildcat in the final of the first January 8-goal match, presented by Wesco Turf, Sunday, at the Sarasota Polo Club.
A member of a soccer-playing family, Sophia Falco is comfortable as a leading Mustangsâ€™ scorer.
Lakewood Ranch High School girl's basketball team defeated Braden River High 55-10, Jan. 8, in a conference matchup between the East County rivals.
Building off of last yearâ€™s successes, which included state championships, perfect records and remarkable comebacks, East County athletes made headlines in 2014, putting together yet another eventful and successful year filled with historic moments and monumental milestones.