Lake Nona High School Sports Update 11/10/10

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Lake Nona’s winter sports have taken off with some of our teams in action last night.

Girls Basketball
Congratulations to the Lady Lion’s basketball team for their victory over Lake Gibson last night 38-30. It was a total team effort playing aggressive defense all night. Nicole Fisher led all scorers with 16 points and 4 steals. Brianna Wright had 4 steals. Rebecca Bryant led the way with rebounding. Their next game is away this Thursday night taking on Lake Wales. Our first home game is Monday, November 15 against Freedom. Come out and support Lady Lions Basketball.

Girls Soccer
Last night the Ladies Soccer team beat Evans High School 7 to 0. Sophomore Nadine Jimenez scored the second goal of the night. Sophomore Alex Vestals scored 6 goals! Double Hat trick! Great job by midfielders Courtney Bucher (freshman) and Darby Rasch (Sophomore). Next game is Thursday night at University High School. 6:00pm JV and 7:30pm Varsity

Boys Soccer
Lions won their first home game of the season on Tuesday. It was a back and forth battle the whole game. Gabino Barrera scored his first goal in a LNHS jersey on a great pass by Hannes Snorrason, Oak Ridge answered and at the half it was tied 1-1. Barrera scored his second goal in the second half on an amazing team effort lead by Augie Martinez, Tim Fusser, Brandon Rivera, and Dominick Jenkins. Oak Ridge scored bringing the game level at 2, but Christian Mendez scored a great goal on a cross by Andres Pardo. Oak Ridge tied the score again at 3-3 but with under 10 minutes to play, Andres Pardo was fouled in the box, drawing penalty kick, which was scored by Hannes Snorrason. The Lions played great team soccer, with amazing team and individual efforts across the field. It was a great start to the season. Next game for the boys is Thursday night, as they host University.