Volleyball

Brittany Shin wins regional, propels Canterbury to state

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BRADENTON — Brittany Shin’s 70 was good enough for a two-stroke Region A-6 individual girls golf title Monday at Bradenton Country Club, but left her disappointed.

With six holes remaining, Shin sat four strokes under par and was cruising to the title.

All it took was a self-described “silly mistake,” though, to turn a runaway into simply a convincing win. Shin got caught between clubs and stumbled to a double bogey. A few holes later she bogeyed again to settle for her two-stroke victory and Canterbury’s second-place finish in Bradenton.

“It could have been better,” Shin said. “I made a really silly mistake. I think I was getting a bit tired.”

Bradenton Saint Stephen’s claimed the region title as a team at 349 as all four golfers shot a 95 or better, including runner-up Vanessa Yan’s 72. The Cougars finished 37 strokes back at 386 and edged Community School of Naples, which scored a 407, to reach the Class A state championship Oct. 28 in Howey-in-the-Hills.

Bishop Verot’s Gabby Vetter and Community School’s Elizabeth Amendola claimed the two individual spots from the region, scoring an 80 and 88, respectively. Verot finished fourth at 410. Neumann and Southwest Florida Christian Academy finished fifth and sixth, respectively, with 467 and 488.

Region A-6 girls golf tournament

Teams

Bradenton Saint Stephen’s 349, Canterbury 386, Community School of Naples 407, Bishop Verot 410, Neumann 467, Southwest Florida Christian Academy 488

Saint Stephen’s: Vanessa Yan 72, Maria Huang 88, Kendall Miller 94, Catherine Huang 95

Canterbury: Brittany Shin 70, Hannah Bailey 96, Alice Bailey, Alyson Bozof 114, Ingrid Leigh 122

Community School: Elizabeth Amendola 88, Katy Wells 89, Mya Messina 119, Lily Dounchis 111

Bishop Verot: Gabby Vetter 80, Claire Sattler 89, Caroline Snell 118, Rory Freeman 123

Neumann: Sophie Schrader 90, Vernoica Benitez 115, Kaitlyn Timmons 124, Britany Leroy 138, Kara Hamilton 143

Soutwest Florida Chrisitan: Amanda Higginbotham 112, Emily Higginbotham 103, Kaci Richardson 134, Kristin Noble 154, Erin Callahan 139

Out-of-Door Academy: Vivian King 90, Christina Wyatt 95, Lexi Murphy 94

First Baptist Academy: Alexa Oats 89

Oasis: Melaney Lowe 127, Laney Taylor 128, Hope Wedge 124

Region 3A-5 girls golf tournament

Fort Myers: Kellie Weisse 88, Anna Chazal 97, Alaina Johnson 99, Annie Thorp 107, Madison Artman-Breitung 114

VOLLEYBALL

Evangelical Christian d. Everglades City 25-0, 25-7, 25-4: Lily Tessier had 14 service aces and seven assists as the Sentinels (21-4) advanced to Tuesday’s 3A-6 semifinal where they will meet Moore Haven. Caroline Forster had five kills and Rachel Miller added six digs for Evangelical Christian.

Southwest Florida Christian d. Moore Haven 25-9, 25-14, 25-13: Hannah Upton’s 12 kills led the Kings (14-8) to Tuesday’s 3A-6 semifinal against Seacrest Country Day. Katie Curtis added six service aces for SFCA.

LaBelle d. Gateway Charter 25-12. 25-3. 25-11: Macy O’Ferrell’s ten kills led the Cowgirls (17-9) to the 5A-10 semifinal where they will take on Community School of Naples Tuesday night. Brooke White had 15 service aces and Maura Lofton added 13 service aces of her own for LaBelle.

North Fort Myers d. Island Coast 25-8, 25-16, 25-12: Katie Dickey led the Red Knights (16-6) with seven kills and ten digs. Delanie Zohler added five kills for North Fort Myers, who will take on Lemon Bay in a 7A-10 semifinal on Tuesday.

Ida Baker d. Port Charlotte 19-25, 18-25, 25-13, 25-20, 15-6: Amanda Gross’s 15 service points, seven service aces, 19 kills, 30 digs helped he Bulldogs (15-6) make a furious rally from two sets down to advance to take on Charlotte in a 7A-10 semifinal on Tuesday. Alicia Marzullo had 14 kills and 11 digs and Marissa Marzullo contributed eight service points and 13 digs. Sydney Sammons added seven kills and ten digs and Sabreena Carey and Caitlin Monahan combined for 45 assists for Ida Baker.

South Fort Myers d. Lehigh 25-16, 25-6, 25-16: The Wolfpack (6-14) won in straight sets and advance to play Fort Myers in a 7A-11 semifinal on Tuesday.

East Lee d. Dunbar 25-16, 25-19, 25-15: Lexi Rodriguez led the Jaguars (7-10) with six service aces and advanced to take on Estero in a 7A-11 semifinal on Tuesday. Jasmine Wilson added five service aces and 15 assists for East Lee.

Volleyball district tournament pairings

District 8A-12

Tuesday, Oct. 18

(3) North Port at (2) Riverdale, 7 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 20

Winner Match 1 at (1) Gulf Coast, 7 p.m.

District 7A-10

Monday, Oct. 17

Match 1 —  (4) Ida Baker def. (5) Port Charlotte 3-2,; Match 2 —  (3) Lemon Bay def (6) Cape Coral 3-0; Match 3 —  (2) North Fort Myers def. (7) Island Coast 3-0.

Tuesday, Oct. 18

(4) Ida Baker at (1) Charlotte, 7 p.m.; (3) Lemon Bay at (2) North Fort Myers, 7 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 20

Championship at higher seed, 7 p.m.

District 7A-11

Monday, Oct. 17

Match 1 —  (4) South Fort Myers def. (5) Lehigh 3-0,;  Match 2 —  (3) East Lee def. (6) Dunbar 3-0.

At Fort Myers High

Tuesday, Oct. 18

(3) East Lee vs. (2) Estero, 5 p.m.; (4) South Fort Myers vs. (1) Fort Myers, 7 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 20

Championship, 7 p.m.

District 6A-12

Tuesday, Oct. 18

(4) Mariner at (1) Lely, 7 p.m.; (3) Cypress Lake at (2) Immokalee, 7 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 20

Championship at higher seed, 7 p.m.

District 5A-10

Monday, Oct. 17

Match 1 — (5) St. John Neumann at (4) Oasis, 7 p.m.; Match 2 — (3) LaBelle def (6) Gateway Charter 3-0.

at LaBelle

Tuesday, Oct. 18

Winner Match 1 vs. (1) Bishop Verot, 5 p.m.; (3) LaBelle vs. (2) Community School, 7 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 20

Championship, 7 p.m.

District 3A-6

Monday, Oct. 17

Match 1 — (1) ECS def. (8) Everglades City 3-0; Match 2 — (5) First Baptist def. (4) Canterbury 3-2,; Match 3 —  (2) Seacrest Country Day def. (7) Marco Island 3-0.; Match 4 —(3) Southwest Florida Christian def. (6) Moore Haven 3-0.

at Evangelical Christian

Tuesday, Oct. 18

(2) Seacrest Country Day vs. (3) SFCA, 5 p.m.; (1) ECS vs. (5) First Baptist, 7 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 20

Championship, 7 p.m.

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