Local roundup | Ryan Leunk's double-double lifts Bradenton Christian over Out-of-Door Academy

January 15, 2014 

Ryan Leunk scored 20 points and brought down 13 rebounds to lift the Bradenton Christian boys basketball team to a 69-45 victory over visiting Out-of-Door Academy on Tuesday.

The Panthers improved to 7-7, 3-2 in Class 3A-District 10. Vincent Rehfeldt added 13 points, and Jake Lister turned in 12 points, nine assists and eight steals.

The Thunder got 21 points from Amad Baryboy.

CARDINAL MOONEY 69, ENGLEWOOD LEMON BAY 51 -- Ryan McMahon had a big night for the visiting Cougars.

McMahon had 17 points and three steals, and Matt Hueston had 10 points and seven rebounds for Cardinal Mooney (10-7). Blair Perry had 13 points and five rebounds and Nick Peacock added 12 points for the Cougars.

Girls basketball

SOUTHEAST 48, BAYSHORE 34 -- The host Seminoles recorded their 16th consecutive win behind 13 points from Bevin Mays and nine from DeAngela Mathis.

Usually the team's point guard, Janelle Gould was moved down low and led Southeast (20-1) with nine rebounds.

The Bruins (9-11) were led by Taylor Izatt's 17 points.

• Southeast moved to 14-1 with a 35-20 victory over Bayshore behind Moriana Williams' 11 points and Jasime Williams' six.

OUT-OF DOOR ACADEMY 37, BRADENTON CHRISTIAN 31 -- Lisa Hoffman scored 12 of her 22 points in the fourth quarter to lead the visiting Thunder to a Class 3A-District 10 triumph over the Panthers.

The two teams were tied at 9 at halftime, and BCS (6-12, 4-3) led 21-16 after three quarters. But ODA (10-4, 6-1) caught fire behind Hoffman. Jenna Bloch added 13 points for the game.

Sophie Giardina's 20 points paced the Panthers.

Boys soccer

OUT-OF-DOOR ACADEMY 2, FORT MYERS DUNBAR 0 -- Mark Sulimirski and Filip Svoboda each scored a second-half goal as the host Thunder got past the Tigers in non-district action.

Trevor Gorji and Sulimirski assisted on the goals.

-- Herald staff reports

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