Local roundup: Big first half leads Dover to 15-12 girls lacrosse victory, CR boys win

Dover High jumped out to an eight-goal halftime lead before downing Newark Charter, 15-12, in girls’ lacrosse on Monday evening.

Grace Gast (2 assists) netted six goals with Riley McQuaide (2 assists) tallying four as the Senators (9-2) won their fourth game in a row.

Dover, which held an 11-3 advantage at intermission, also got three goals from Maddie Small and one each from Cydney Barnes (1 assist), Natavia Galloway and Ava Niebrzydowski.

Regan Torbert made 11 saves for the Senators, who outshot the Patriots (7-2) by a 30-23 margin.

St. Andrew’s 10, Polytech 9: The Cardinals outscored the Panthers, 4-3, in the second half to notch the victory.

Cecilia Carter had four goals and an assist for Polytech with Claire Fuchs and Madi McCray adding two goals apiece.

St. Thomas More 7, Bohemia Manor, Md. 6: Sophia Stafford netted four goals for the Ravens, who overcame a 5-1 halftime deficit.

Zoe Kelly added two goals, Jessica Simmons had one and Madison Murrian stopped 10 shots for St. Thomas More (5-5).

Cape Henlopen 18, Parkside, Md. 10: Lindsay Monigle tallied five goals and four assists as the Vikings (10-1) posted the nonconference win.

Mallory Jones had three goals with Emily Monigle and Anna Stancofski adding two apiece as 10 Cape players scored a goal.

Vienna Iacona made eight saves for the Vikings, who outshot Parkside, 32-22.

Worcester Prep 15, Indian River 3: Sarandon Slebodnick, Kaylee Hall and Kealey Allison netted goals for the Indians in the loss.

Mya Parks made eight saves for IR.

BOYS, Caesar Rodney 10 Sts. Peter & Paul, Md. 9: Jared Wagenhoffer’s goal with 16 seconds left kept the Riders (11-0) undefeated.

Demetrius Stevenson had a team-high four goals with Wagenhoffer adding three goals and an assist.

Noah Longest (1 assist) scored twice, Joshua Cosden had one goal and Jacob Stant made 12 saves as CR was outshot, 31-28.

Polytech 12, Newark Charter 11: The Panthers grabbed an 8-2 first-quarter lead before hanging on for the victory.

Samuel Slater netted six goals for Polytech (4-4) while Christopher McCallister (3 goals, 1 assist), Christopher Rutkoski (2 goals, 2 assists) and Patrick O’Brien (1 goal, 6 assists). Christian Brooks stopped 20 shots.

Cape Henlopen 10, Ocean City, N.J. 8: Luke D’Ambrogi (2 assists), Jacob Brown, Gabriel Best and Jack Dennis all scored twice for the Vikings in the win.

Blake Gipko (1 assist) and Aarin Burton scored Cape’s other goals with Sean Griffith making five saves,

Sussex Tech 17, Indian River 7: Dane Zimmerman (3 assists) and Nathaniel Quillin (1 assist) both scored five goals for the Ravens in the victory.

Kolby Wyatt added three goals and an assist for Sussex Tech, which led 14-5 after three quarters. Hunter severs made seven saves.

Thomas Harris and Zachary Schultz netted two goals each for the Indians who got 13 saves from Samuel Miltner.

Woodbridge 16, Delmarva Christian 6: The Blue Raiders earned the victory in a nonconference matchup.

Caravel 10, Milford 8: Caravel topped Milford in a nonconference contest.


Lake Forest 13, St. Thomas More 3: Josh Sivak pitched a four-hitter with eight strikeouts and also had an RBI double to pace the Spartans.

Nate McGray drove in four runs as seven Lake Forest players had a hit in the contests.

Ben Stant had an RBI double for the Ravens.

St. Mark’s 17, Seaford 0: Dylan Niblett and Christian Chandler both had hits for the Blue Jays in the loss.

Salisbury Christian 7, Delmarva Christian 6: Wes Hobbs and Andrew Workman both had multiple hits for the Royals in the loss.

McKean 15, Sussex Academy 7: Ronald Faust had two hits and a pair of RBI for the Seahawks in the loss.


Polytech 19, Christiana 1: The Panthers (6-5) erupted for nine runs in the second inning in posting their fifth win in the last six games.

Kaite Burawski, who struck out eight, and Emily Brown combined on a five-inning no-hitter.

Madison Hazen and Destiny Whaley each had two hits as Polytech finished with 10 in the game.

MOT Charter 10, St. Thomas More 0: The Mustangs scored nine run in the second and outshit the Ravens, 14-1.

Girls’ soccer

Padua 7, Smyrna 0: The Pandas built a 4-0 halftime lead before picking up the nonconference victory.

Cassidy Cook made 14 saves for the Eagles (5-4).

College baseball

Wesley’s Marrs honored: Wesley College senior pitcher Alex Marrs was named the Capital Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week for the second time this season.

Marrs tied a career-best with 14 strikeouts in nine innings against Christopher Newport on Saturday. Marrs surrendered eight hits and three runs, receiving a no-decision in a game that went to extra innings.

Marrs ranks sixth in the CAC in strikeouts (68).

College track & field

Wesley men win Del. Open: Wesley College won the men’s team title at the Delaware Open on Saturday.

The Wolverines won seven events and collected 31 top-5 finishes. TySean Cousar paced Wesley by winning both the 200-meter dash (21.94 seconds) and the 400-meter dash (49.27 seconds).

Also on the track, Greg Taylor took the 100-meter dash (10.75 seconds) while Javonte Freeman won the 110-meter hurdles (14.82).

In the field, Tre’ Johnson pushed his winning streak to four in the triple jump with a leap of 14.38 meters (47-2.25). Myles Toppin won the long jump (6.25 meters/20-6.25) while O’Ryan Turner earned gold in the high jump (1.85 meters/6-0.75).

In the women’s meet, the Wolverines placed second behind Delaware.

Evelina Sloboh won the 100-meter dash (12.53), Briyanna Woods finished first in the 400-meter dash (59.14) and Shaniel Thomas won the 100-meter hurdles (17.32).


Three from Eagles at Dover race: Jordan Hicks, a standout linebacker for the Super Bowl LII champion Philadelphia Eagles, and team announcers Merrill Reese and Mike Quick, will serve as dignitaries for the “AAA 400 Drive for Autism” Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Dover International Speedway on Sunday.

Reese and Quick will be the race’s co-grand marshals and Hicks will be the event’s honorary starter.

Hicks, Quick and Reese will also appear on the AAA Stage at Victory Plaza at 9:45 a.m. on Sunday during a Philadelphia Eagles celebration. Team mascot Swoop and members of the Eagles cheerleader squad will also be on hand.

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