Local roundup: Blue defeats White 19-17 in girls lacrosse All-Star Game

Madison Knight of Polytech, left, tries to knock the ball loose from Lauren Mason of Charter School of Wilmington.

Wilmington Charter’s Elyse Lamey netted a game-high five goals to pace the Blue to a 19-17 victory over the White in the Blue-White Girls’ Lacrosse All-Star Game on Tuesday night at Dover.

Polytech’s Cece Carter and Madi McKay had three goals each to lead the White, which included most of the downstate players in the contest.

Also for the White, Cape Henlopen’s Mallory Jones (3 assists), Dover’s Grace Gast and Indian River’s Kaeley Allison all scored twice.
Cape’s Lindsay Monigle added a goal and three assists with Cape’s Victoria Lockwood and Sussex Tech’s Ella Messick tallying the White’s other goals.

St. Mark’s Paige Magargee and Archmere’s Sydney Yannick both had three goals each for the Blue.

BOYS, North 13, South 12: River Harper of Wilmington Friends and Salesianum’s Patrick Drake both scored four goals as the North edged the South in the Blue-White Boys’ Lacrosse All-Star Game on Tuesday.

Caesar Rodney’s Noah Longest celebrates a first-period goal assisted by Rider teammate Demetius Stevenson (13). Special to the Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh

The South was led by Dover High’s Will Niebrzydowski (3 goals, 1 assist) and Caesar Rodney’s Demetrius Stevenson (2 goals 1 assist).
American Legion baseball

Canal Post-25 9, Post-6 Patriots 6: Canal topped the Patriots to improve to 2-1 in an American Legion game played on Tuesday evening.
Post 6 rallied for four runs in the sixth inning and two in the seventh before falling short. Justin Gray had a two-run double for the Patriots.

Joey Lungen, John Weglarz and Aidan Riley all homered for Canal.

Softball

All-star game on tap tonight: The top senior softball players in the state will square off tonight in the Blue-Gold All-Star Game.
The contest is slated for 6:30 p.m. at Dover Little League Park.

A total of 21 Henlopen Conference players are slated to take part in the contest with downstate players split between the Blue and Gold rosters. State champion Smyrna and Lake Forest have three players apiece on the Gold squad while Sussex Central has three players on the Blue.

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