An early penalty kick opportunity put Cape Coral on the scoreboard Friday night at Mariner's Tony McKenna Field.
The Seahawks added a second goal late in the first half and those goals survived through the second half for a 2-0 victory over the Tritons.
"Both teams had chances in the second half," said Seahawks coach Aldo Nardiello. "Caio (Amaral) hit the crossbar about five minutes into the second half and we cleared a couple on the goal line."
Goalkeeper Santi Villamil made 17 saves to preserve the Seahawks' 12th shutout win of the season.
Kevin Lopera scored on the penalty kick for the Seahawks while Nathan Stone got the second goal off an assist from Juan Cano.
The Seahawks (15-0-2) host South Fort Myers on Tuesday. The Tritons (17-3-3) play at North Fort Myers on Tuesday.
Fort Myers 2, Ida Baker 1: Michael Arenz scored to put Ida Baker on the board first, but Fort Myers countered with a pair to beat the Bulldogs Friday.
The Bulldogs out shot the Green Wave by a large margin, but was unable to find the net.
The Bulldogs play at Cape Coral on Thursday.
Mariner 8, Cape Coral 0: Freshman Holly Fritz scored three goals to break the Mariner school record for goals in a single season and lead the Tritons to victory Friday at Cape Coral.
The three scores gives Fritz 53 this season, breaking the previous mark of 52 established by Jackie Welch.
Megan Fritz and Heather Gillians added two goals apiece and Sarah Peer one goal. Peer and Gillians had one assist apiece while Holly Fritz had two assists and Megan Fritz three assists.
Goalkeeper Brittany Webb-Margin made three saves to preserve the shutout. It is the 15th shutout win of the season for the Tritons (19-3-2).
Mariner holds the No. 1 seed for the District 3A-11 Tournament that starts Monday at North Fort Myers. The top seeding gives the Tritons a bye into the semifinal round Wednesday when they will face either Cape Coral again or Lemon Bay at 5:30 p.m.
Cape Coral and Lemon Bay play the first game of the tournament at 3 p.m. Monday.
North Fort Myers 5, Gateway Charter 0: North Fort Myers put this one on ice early, scoring two goals in the first half and three more in the second to shut out Gateway Charter in the regular-season finale Friday night.
It is the third straight shutout win for the Knights (13-4-1).
Hannah Hamilton led the Red Knights with two goals while Katie Traurig, Darian Leschewski and Morgan Cook each added one goal.
Goalkeeper Amy Pavy made four saves to preserve the shutout.
The Knights host the District 3A-11 Tournament that starts Monday with three games on the schedule. The No. 2-seeded Knights face Island Coast at 7 p.m.
North junior forward Melinda Lukas has given a verbal commitment to Georgia Southern to continue her soccer career at the collegiate level. Lukas considered 30-40 schools and made 16 unofficial campus visits before deciding to attend Georgia Southern.
Bishop Verot 1, Gulf Coast 0: Kelly Williamson's goal proved to be the game-winner for Bishop Verot Friday at Gulf Coast.
The Vikings (12-2-2) concluded the regular season with goalkeeper Cailyn Rizzo making five saves and Chryssie Gibson seven saves in separate halves.
The Vikings, with a bye into the District 2A-11 semifinals at 7 p.m. Wednesday, await the winner between Gateway Charter and LaBelle.
Island Coast 3, East Lee County 1: Taylor Armiger knocked in two goals to help Island Coast snap a four-game losing streak with a victory at East Lee County Friday night.
Haylee Hood scored the third goal on a penalty kick. Goalkeeper Sydni Brookhouser made 19 saves to preserve the victory.
The win is just the third of the season for the Gators (3-13), who take on the No. 2-seeded North Fort Myers Red Knights at 7 p.m. Monday in the first round of the District 3A-11 Tournament at North.