+ Lady Mustangs gallop past Lady Bruins
The Lakewood Ranch High girls basketball team defeated Bayshore 40-28 Nov. 14.
Emily Bulfin scored 14 points for the Lady Mustangs and Ve’Andrea Houston added 10 points.
+ ODA girls remain perfect
Skylar Junger scored four goals and had two goals to lead The Out-of-Door Academy girls soccer team to an 8-0 victory over Admiral Farragut Nov. 14.
ElenaCaiccio had three goals and one assist. Katie Lang scored ODA’s other goal. Melanie Mason had two assists. Goalkeeper Abby Bannar had one save and one assist.
+ Sailors edge past Mustangs
The Sarasota High boys soccer team defeated Lakewood Ranch 4-3 Nov. 14.
Ian Grubb had two goals and an assist and Scott Pierce scored a pair of goals to lead the way for the Sailors.
+ Lady Thunder strike down on Lady Bruins
The Out-of-Door Academy girls soccer team cruised to a 8-0 season-opening victory over Bayshore Nov. 13.
Skylar Junger and Katie Lang each scored two goals to lead the way for the Lady Thunder.
Kim Comito, Emily Camire and Juliet Onufrak each had a goal and an assist. Brittany Wenger added a goal and Carly Hunter had an assist. Junger also had an assist. Goalkeeper Abby Bannar had five saves.
+ Blazers top Pirates in OT
The Sarasota Christian School boys basketball team defeated Braden River 83-80 in overtime of a Preseason Classic game Nov. 11 at Cardinal Mooney.
Henry Ford led the Blazers with 31 points. Blake Morrow had 24 points and Sean Kerrigan added 10 points.
Zacheriah Kendall and Trevon Young led the Pirates with 18 and 17 points, respectively.
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