Canterbury 57, St. Stephens 27: Canterbury’s Alexis Sewell had a school-record 38 points to lead her team to the win.
Sewell drilled three 3-pointers while she also made 13-of-15 free throws.
“She was off the charts, unconscious,” Canterbury coach Christine Taglieri said. “It was a mixture of inside, outside, she was fouled on drives had put backs on rebounds.
Tatia Olmstead added 14 points for Canterbury (7-10).
Oasis 41, LaBelle 40, OT: Samantha Wood’s 3-pointer with a little over a minute left put Oasis up five and it held off the Cowboys for the win.
Jordan Westendorf scored 10 for Oasis (10-9) while Valerie Beltran had 10 points for LaBelle.
Girls soccer district tournament
ECS 8, Canterbury 0: Haley Pigott, the Jacksonville-bound player who is recovering from a ligament tear in her ankle, had six goals to lead ECS (14-3-1). Kylee Rullo added one goal and two assists and Molly Lunsford one goal and one assist for the Sentinels
SW Florida Christian 68, Donahue 56: Logan Long scored 17 as SWFC (10-8) topped Donahue.
East Lee 84, Ida Baker 72: Winfred Ward had 29 points as East Lee topped Ida Baker (3-14). Nick Benize scored 26 for Baker.
North Fort Myers 65, ECS 35: William Byrd had 16 points and 10 rebounds to lead North Fort Myers (6-12). Ranier Fuller added 13 points and 11 rebounds for the winners.
Lely 72, Mariner 69: Ronnie Hunter scored 25 in a losing effort for the Tritons (13-5). Isaiah Garrett and Alex Sillie added 12 points each for Mariner.
Fort Myers 5, Charlotte 0: Brendan Saballos had two goals to lead Fort Myers (9-7-4) over Charlotte (1-15-1).
Cypress Lake 2, Mariner 1: Weens Simon scored both goals as Cypress Lake (7-8-3) upset Mariner.
Trevor Juraowski had the goal for the Tritons (14-3-4).
Dunbar 8, Southwest Florida Christian Academy 0: Luis Urena and Tyler McDonald had two goals apiece for Dunbar (8-9-1).