Local roundup: Alleyne scores four touchdowns as DMA defeats Milford 37-7

Delaware Military Academy’s Corahn Alleyne had four touchdowns to deal Milford High a 37-7 defeat in nonconference football action on Saturday night.

Eric Bennett provided the lone touchdown for Milford, which dropped to 0-2 on the season.

Bennett recovered a fumble and returned it 70 yards with 12 seconds left in the game.

St. Elizabeth 22, Laurel 20: The Vikings scored a safety and a touchdown in the fourth quarter to hand the Bulldogs a nonconference loss.

Field hockey

Sussex Tech 11, Worcester Prep, Md. 0: Morgan Johnson, Lilly Short and Jade Powell each scored a pair of goals to give the Ravens a victory over an out of state opponent.

Men’s soccer

Wesley 2, Rosemont 0: The Wolverines extended their season-opening undefeated streak to six games.

The Wolverines got the scoring started five minutes into the game. Cristian Chavez found Nicholas Hood on a throw-in, who would then put a cross in to the top of the 18-yard box. Caden Sundermann tracked Hood’s cross the entire way and let a shot rip on the volley and beat the Rosemont goalkeeper to give the Wolverines the 1-0 lead.

Late in the second half, Wesley secured the win when Darius-David Robinson led the Wolverine counter-attack down the sideline and played a through ball to Jordan Angel, who slipped the ball past the Ravens keeper to the far corner for his first goal in a Wolverine uniform.

The defense locked down the Rosemont offense, limiting the Ravens to six shots. Kyle Springsteen earned his fourth win of the season in net, stopping two Rosemont shots.

College volleyball

Wesley splits: The Wolverines split two matches as part of a tri-match on Saturday with the Medgar Evers Cougars and the Wilkes Colonials.

Wesley opened the tri-match with a 3-0 (25-12, 25-3, 25-9) sweep of the Medgar Evers Cougars.

Regan Healey led the attack for Wesley with 10 kills on 19 attempts. She also added six digs and three aces.Elisa Hackendorn and Mary Getty each tallied seven kills. Getty dropped in six service aces while Hackendown had a block assist.

Wesley battled with Wilkes in the final game of the tri-match but dropped the match in four sets, 25-11, 25-27, 25-13, 25-20.

Burg registered her fourth double-double of the season with 24 assists and a season-high 22 digs. Hackendorn notched a team-best 13 kills along with nine digs and a block assist.

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