Local high school roundup: Lake boys top IR, Cape girls win

Lake Forest’s Thomas Hoskins goes for layup in the second quarter against Indian River on Tuesday. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

Lake Forest High overcame an early 10-point deficit to edge Indian River, 50-47, in Henlopen Conference Southern Division boys’ basketball on Tuesday night.

Jaysem Vazquez scored 15 points while Ahmanuel White added 13 as the Spartans (3-0 South, 3-0 overall) remained unbeaten.

The Indians, who got a game-high 19 points from Jamier Felton, led 20-10 after the first quarter. Antonio Jones contributed 11 points.

The two squads combined to sink nine three-pointers.

Woodbridge 89, Polytech 51: The Raiders outscored the Panthers by a combined 41-12 in the first and fourth quarters in earning the win.

Jamon Kane (22 points), Troy Haynes (16), Hassan Corbin (16) and Kejon Mosley (12) all scored in double figures for Woodbridge (3-0 overall).

Brandin Obidike posted a team-high 10 points for Polytech.

Lake Forest’s Kobe Mumford goes for layup in the second quarter against Indian River on Tuesday. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

Cape Henlopen 77, Milford 49: Randy Rickards, who had five dunks and a three-pointer, netted 28 points to power the Vikings to the victory.

Ian Robertson sank four three-pointers and finished with 21 points for Cape, which led by only four at halftime before pulling away. Izaiah Dadzie added 13 points.

Parker Chandler led the Buccaneers with 14 points.

St. Elizabeth 70, Sussex Central 36: The Golden Knights trailed only 19-15 after the first quarter before the Vikings took control.

Jahlier Pettyjohn and Jasiah Turner had 10 points apiece for Central, which was limited to only eight second-half points.

Girls’ basketball

Cape Henlopen 65, Milford 11: The Vikings improved to 3-1 with the victory on Tuesday.

Indian River 33, Lake Forest 22: Fabrea McCray collected 14 points, five rebounds, three steals and three assists to pace the Indians to the Henlopen South victory.

Lake Forest’s Sharon Salandy battles for a rebound against Indian River’s JaShaun Johnson and Antonio Jones on Tuesday. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

Julia Jordan (9 rebounds, 5 blocks, 4 points, 3 assists) also led IR, which built a 22-9 halftime advantage.

Grace Aguilar had a team-high nine points for the Spartans.

Polytech 57, Dover 50: The Panthers picked up the Henlopen North victory as three players scored in double figures.

Courtney Turner (13 points), Yaa Afriyie (12) and Diamond Hendricks (10) for Polytech, which led by 13 points after three quarters.

Tajanae Henry-Coney tallied 15 points for Dover.

Sussex Tech 59, Salisbury Christian 18: Lakendra Harpe scored 13 points with Mi’Cah Shelton adding 11 in the Ravens’ nonconference win.

Susex Tech outscored Salisbury Christian, 20-2, in the second quarter to open up a 32-8 halftime lead.

Newark Charter 67, First State Military 25: Nyasia Smith netted 12 points for the Bulldogs in the Diamond State Conference loss.

Local golf

Oakley earns PGA win: Zac Oakley and Matt Borchert didn’t know they were tied for the lead when they came to the 18th tee in Tuesday’s final round of Event No. 6 of the PGA Tournament Series.

Lake Forest’s Ahmanuel White goes for layup in the second quarter against Indian River on Tuesday. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

But Oakley, the Delaware native, had a familiar feeling when he walked off the 18th green.

Oakley, a PGA Assistant Professional at Heritage Shores Club in Bridgeville, birdied the 18th hole to win his second PGA Tournament Series event this month. Oakley’s 5-footer capped off a 5-under 67 that left him at 12-under 132 after two trips around the Ryder Course at PGA Golf Club.

“I knew if I made that putt, I was either in a playoff or I won,” said Oakley, who hit an 8-iron from 168 yards. “It’s an awesome feeling. I hit the ball solid and the putter got hot this week.”

Borchert, the PGA Director of Instruction at Isleworth Golf Club near Orlando, bogeyed the 18th hole after his tee shot landed in a fairway bunker and he missed the green and a 10-foot putt.

Balin got an up-close look at Oakley during the PGA Tournament Series, and he was impressed with what he saw.

“He’s solid,” Balin said. “He hits it 30 yards past me and he’s a good wedge player. That’s a nice combination.”

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