The Winter Park Wildcats were no match for the Key West Conchs at the Spruce Creek baseball tournament on Monday. The Wildcats fell 6-3 in the game, suffering from too many runners on base in clutch situations.
After facing Astronaut in the tournament at press time, the Wildcats will get a weeklong break before returning to the field at 7 p.m. at Olympia.
Trinity Prep improved to 10-4 on the season after a big game against Union County Saturday.
The Saints edged out a 9-8 win on the strength of Tony Covington and Max Moroff's bats. They both cranked out three RBIs and a home run apiece in the game, helping propel their team to victory.
The win was the closest of the season for the Saints, who have dominated in most of their victories so far.
After facing Trinity Christian at press time, they'll travel to The Master's Academy, starting at 7 p.m. Thursday.
The Trinity softball team fell to 8-6 with a big 8-1 loss at Gulf in New Port Richey. The girls enter the Kissimmee Klassic Tournament this Thursday.
Winter Park's boys lacrosse improved on their already big season after a 13-9 win in Boulder, Colorado. They played Melbourne Central Catholic at press time and return Friday at Flagler Palm Coast.
The girls lacrosse team improved to 8-5 after a 13-6 win over Lake Howell March 25.
District tournaments for lacrosse start Monday, with championships Friday and Saturday.
In a Saturday doubleheader the Winter Park's girls water polo team ascended to 16-1 on the strength of two blowout wins against St. Andrews and Gulliver Prep. Nicole Tobin's 8 goals against Gulliver led the way for the Wildcats.