Local roundup: Dover earns boys’ lacrosse victory

Dover High outscored Caravel by seven goals in the second quarter to pull away to a 17-6 victory over Caravel in boys’ lacrosse on Monday.

The victory was the third in a row for the Senators (9-4), who led only 3-2 before going on an 8-1 run in the second quarter.

Will Niebrzydowski netted six goals and three assists for Dover with Divine Watkins (1 assist) adding four goals. Robert Mason and Thomas Gill both had three goals and two assists apiece with Kyle Potter making 20 saves.

Polytech 12, Delmar 6: The Panthers built a 7-1 halftime advantage before registering the win.

Chris Rutkoski (3 goals), Josh Davis (2 goals), Patrick O’Brien (2 goals, 1 assist) and Zach Maheu (2 goals) were all multiple-goal scorers for Polytech while Zach Trabaudo added a goal and three assists.

Noah Lust made 10 saves for the Panthers, who won 18 of 20 faceoffs. Polytech outshot the Wildcats, 38-16.

Dante Trader had a team-high two goals for Delmar with Hunter Gilmore making 20 saves.

Smyrna 23, Lake Forest 5: Jacob Soroko (2 assists) and Jake Kaiser (2 assists) tallied six goals each as the Eagles (5-6) rolled to their fourth straight win.

Brian Davis added four goals and six assists for Smyrna, which led 17-2 at halftime. Nathan Williamson made 12 saves as the Eagles had eight different players score in the game.

Logan Johnson had two goals and an assist for the Spartans.

Sussex Tech 17, Indian River 16: George Martin (2 assists) and William Josetti (1 assist) had four goals each for the Indians in their one-goal loss.

Delaware Military 15, Milford 7: The Buccaneers trailed only 4-3 after the first quarter before the Seahawks pulled away.

Jonathan Gaglione and Dallas Rhodes both had a pair of goals for Milford with Shane Gaglione making 17 saves,

Delmarva Christian 15, Christiana 4: Hunter Smith netted nine goals as the Royals posted the win.

GIRLS, Polytech 12, Padua 11: The Panthers led by three at halftime before edging the Pandas.

Cam Dennis netted five goals with Maddie McKay (1 assist) scoring four for Polytech. Shae Stephan made 11 saves as Padua finished with a 25-22 edge in shots.

Cape Henlopen 6, Worcester Prep 5: Cailey Thornburg and Evelyn Shoop had two goals and an assist each to pace the Vikings.

Iseabal Cryne made 10 saves as each squad took 15 shots.

Middletown 9, Caesar Rodney 7: Sawyer Walker scored four goals with Lillian Ayers adding two for the Riders in the nonconference loss.

Archmere 17, Sussex Tech 6: The Ravens fell to the Auks in a nonconference matchup.

Newark Charter 14, Indian River 3: Helen Davis had two of the Indians’ goals with Mya Parks making eight saves in the loss.

Girls’ soccer

Lake Forest 10, M.O.T. Charter 0: Lauren Sharp (1 assist) netted four goals and Hannah Fox (1 assist) as the Spartans picked up the victory.

Lake Forest scored five goals in each half.

Woodbridge 3, Wilm, Christian 0: Janae Craft, Megan Boyce and Alexis Thomas all scored goals to lead the Raiders.

Alyssa Burhop made six saves as Woodbridge outshot the Warriors, 19-5.

Sussex Central 1, Glasgow 0: Kimberly Briceno-Tovar’s goal in the 70th minute lifted the Golden Knights to the victory.

Adrianna Lopez made nine saves as Central finished with advantages of 12-9 in shots and 4-3 in corner kicks.


Middletown 3, Smyrna 2: The Cavaliers scored all three of their runs in the first inning before holding off the Eagles.

Three Middletown pitchers limited Smyrna to three hits, Jeremy Carrow and Caden Naylor each had a hit and an RBI for the Eagles.

Delmarva Christian 14, Chesapeake Christian 0: Brandon Schlabach, Trent Mills and Matt Murphy had two hits each for the Royals, who got hits from 10 different players.

Winning pitcher Mike Apgar threw a two-hitter with six strikeouts.


Smyrna 23, Woodbridge 0: Jessica Anderson pitched a one-hitter and also homered in the Eagles’ Henlopen Conference win.

Sara Miller drove in six runs while Lexi Moore and Abigail Mace, who homered, both drove in four for Smyrna.

Olyvia Smith and Kaelyn Press both had three hits while Sara Miller also had a homerun.

Delmarva Christian 15, Chesapeake Christian 0: Camryn Thompson, Jaylah Culver and Siera Jones combined to pitch a no-hitter for the Royals.

Ashlyn Stonebraker added three of Delmarva Christian’s 18 hits.

College football

Wesley’s Baynard invited to Redskins’ camp: Wesley College standout running back Jamar Baynard has been invited to the Washington Redskins rookie minicamp.

The camp will be held this weekend at the team’s headquarters in Ashburn. Va.

“I’m blessed to get this chance with the Redskins,” Baynard said. “I’ve been working hard to get ready for a camp and I glad that the call came. I’m ready to give it my all during camp.”

Baynard was named to the D3football.com All-East Region first team in 2016 and was a two-time honoree on the All-New Jersey Athletic Conference first team. The Middletown High grad is tops on Wesley’s career scoring, rushing attempts, rushing touchdowns and total touchdown lists.

College baseball

Dover’s Small honored: Dover High grad Kendall Small, a sophomore first baseman for Wilmington University, was a second-team selection on the all-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference team.

Small finished second in the CACC with 43 RBI during the regular season. He is second on the team with 46 hits (.291 average) while collecting a team-best 11 doubles and four homers.

College softball

Hens’ Cargile honored: Delaware junior righthander Jordan Cargile was named the Colonial Athletic Association Softball Co-Pitcher of the Week after picking up two key complete game victories over UNCW this weekend.

College softball

Wildcats make NCAAs: The Wilmington University softball team has earned an at-large berth in the NCAA Division II Tournament.

The Wildcats are coached by former Caesar Rodney High coach Mike Shehorn and have seven former Henlopen Conference players on their roster.

It is the fourth consecutive year that Wilmington (34-19) earned a berth in the NCAA Division II East Regional Tournament, but only the second time they needed an at-large bid since they didn’t win the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament.

The Wildcats will play at Adelphi on Thursday at noon.

College golf

Hens 13th after regionals’ first day: The Delaware women’s golf team fired a 320 to finish the first day of the NCAA Columbus Regional in 13th place out of 18 squads. Fourth-ranked Florida leads the field with a 297.

Blue Hen freshman Ariane Klotz is tied for 22nd place in the individual standings as she fired a five-over par 38-39-77 during her opening round on the par 72, 6,416-yard Scarlet Course at the OSU Golf Club.

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