High school roundup: Polytech takes early lead in win over Archmere

Polytech High used a six-run third inning to take control before going on to a 9-4 win over Archmere in nonconference baseball on Saturday afternoon.

Cole Garey hit a two-run home run for the Panthers (4-1) with Joey Haas and Johnny Forrest both contributing a pair of hits.

Winning pitcher Haas and Louis Whittaker combined to throw a four-hitter.

Dover 7, Seaford 6: Avery Tunnell drove home Dmitri Floyd with the winning run in the bottom of the seventh as Senators remained unbeaten.

Dover (5-0) scored the final three runs of the Henlopen Conference contest, rallying from deficits of 4-0 and 6-4.

The Senators’ Jarvis Worthy drove in a pair of runs while Michael Carrington and winning pitcher Dominic Velazquez had two hits each.

Dylan Allen had three of Seaford’s six hits while Justin Gray added two RBI.

Salesianum 2, Cape Henlopen 0: Sallies scored twice in the first inning and then blanked the Vikings by limiting them to three hits.

Cape pitcher Zach Gelof gave up only four hits in six innings.

Middletown 16, Caesar Rodney 2: Luke Wooten had a homer, double and four RBI to power the Cavaliers’ 12-hit attack.

John Campiglia had two of the Riders’ five hits.

Delmar 5, Wicomico 4: The Wildcats scored a run in the top of the seventh to take a 5-3 lead before holding off Wicomico.

Delmar 25, St. Thomas More 0: The Wildcats broke the game open with 10 runs in the first inning, finishing with 24 hits in the game.

Red Lion 23, Delmarva Christian 0: The Lions out-hit the Royals, 18-2, in the victory.

Lacrosse

BOYS, Polytech 16, Dover 15: The Panthers built a 12-8 lead going into the fourth quarter before edging the Senators on Friday night.

The Henlopen North contest was part of the Dave Reynolds Lacrosse Festival played at Wesley College.

Zach Trabaudo (6 goals, 2 assists) and Zachary Maheu (4 goals, 1 assist) paced Polytech while goalie Noah Lust made 15 saves. Josh Davis (3 goals, 1 assist), Patrick O’Brien (2 goals, 2 assists) and Hunter Poisson (1 goals, 2 assists) also led the way.

William Niebrzydowski netted seven goals and an assist for the Senators, who held a 35-24 edge in shots.

Thomas Gill (3 goals), Robert Mason (2 goals, 2 assists), Divine Watkins (2 goals) and Richard Pitts (1 goal) also scored for Dover.

Milford 14, Newark 7: The Buccaneers earned a nonconference win on Saturday.

GIRLS, St. Mary’s, Md. 11, Cape Henlopen 8: St. Mary’s built a 7-3 halftime lead before snapping the Vikings’ 14-game winning streak.

Cape (4-1), whose last loss also came against St. Mary’s, got four goals from Evelyn Shoop (1 assist) and two from Alia Marshall. Goalie Iseabal Cryne made 10 saves.

St. Mark’s 23, Caesar Rodney 2: Lilian Ayers tallied both goals for the Riders in the loss.

CR goalie Jasmin Hall made nine saves as the Spartans finished with a 31-7 edge in shots.

Newark Charter 10, Sussex Tech 8: Madi Bada netted four goals, including the 100th of her career, in the Ravens’ loss.

Tabitha Harris made 14 saves for Sussex Tech.

Girls’ soccer

Polytech 2, Dover 0: The Panthers blanked the Senators in a Henlopen Conference North contest.

Softball

Delmarva Christian 22, McKean 0: Jordyn DiFava had three hits, five RBI and four runs scored to pace the Royals.

Siera Jones, Jayla Culver and Sydney West combined to throw a five-inning two-hitter to earn the shutout

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