* SFCA 64, Oasis 48: Jordan Westendorf scored a team-high 17 points for the Sharks (3-2).
* Cape 59, East Lee 29: Mckenna Beach led the Seahawks (6-1) with a game-high 24 points and teammate Samaria Jones notched a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Rodnisha Mark had 20 points for the Jaguars (1-2).
* North 60, Estero 39: No stats available.
* Mariner 42, Ida Baker 27: Pharrah Milan led the Tritons with a team-high 12 rebounds and Erica Metcalf scored 11 points.
* Riverdale 47, LaBelle 41: The Raiders (2-3) were led by Lovely Malivert and Chenelle Walker, who notched double-doubles. Mailivert netted a game-high 23 points and registered 14 steals, while Walker scored 16 and grabbed 14 rebounds.
* Cypress 76, Verot 73 (OT): Emily Slone and Quisha Shakelford led the Panthers by scoring 20 points apiece. Elle Thomas scored 34 points for the Vikings (2-4).
* SFCA 88, Oasis 44: Bryce Reed scored a game-high 20 points for the Kings (4-0) and Logan Seivert also stood out with 14.
Estero 59, North 46: Margens Desire scored 16 points for the Wildcats. Curtis Harrell of the Red Knights (1-3) tied a school record by netting seven 3-pointers. He finished with a game-high 23 points.
* East Lee 57, Cape 40: The Jaguars rattled off a 43-point second half. Winfred Ward and Kendall Sawyer scored 19 and 15 points, respectively.
Ida Baker 58, Marco Island Academy 52: Derek Loza and Kevin Acebedo scored 18 and 17 points, respectively, for the Bulldogs (1-3).
Estero 4, North 1: Claudia Lopez scored all the Wildcats’ goals.
Baker 3, Barron Collier 0: Gabi Morales, Franny Farella and Maddi Cornwell netted goals for the Bulldogs (7-0-2).
Cypress 2, Gateway Charter 1: Martina Mausser scored both of the Panthers’ goals.
South 7, Lehigh 0: Julie Conidaris and Casey Winn scored two goals apiece to lead the Wolf Pack (4-4).
Cape 3, Golden Gate 2: Jonathon Jimenez scored twice for Cape.
Ida Baker 1, Fort Myers 1: Brett Schumbacker scored the lone goal for the Green Wave.
Dunbar 4, Island Coast 2: Jose Valencia, Dre Torres, Trevin Myers and Tyler McDonald scored for the Tigers.