Local roundup: Blue Raiders defeat Lake Forest 47-7 for 4th straight win

Woodbridge High made it four wins in a row by posting a 47-7 victory over Lake Forest in Henlopen Conference Southern Division football on Friday night.

The Raiders are 4-0 in the South, 5-2 overall and have allowed a total of only 20 points in their last three games.

The Spartans dropped their second game in a row to fall to 1-2 in the South, 3-4 overall.

Sussex Central 42, Polytech 0: The Golden Knights registered their fourth shutout of the season in the Henlopen North matchup.

Central also remained atop the North standings with a 4-0 record in the division (6-1 overall).

The Panthers, who were celebrating homecoming, are 0-3, 1-6.

Indian River 44, Laurel 28: The Indians won their second game in a row to improve to 2-2 in the South, 3-4 overall.

Delmar 45, Seaford 6: The Wildcats (3-0 South, 7-0 overall) remained undefeated with the victory.

The Blue Jays did snap Delmar’s streak of four straight shutouts.

College soccer

MEN, Wesley 3, Valley Forge 0: The Wolverines improved to 12-3-1 with the victory on Friday.

All three Wesley seniors picked up a goal on Senior Night. Chimaobi Ikwuagwu (Caesar Rodney) got Wesley on the board first in the third minute of the game. Darius-David Robinson’s cross into the box found Ikwuagwu, who squirted a shot past the goalkeeper to put Wesley ahead.

Two minutes later, Robinson played a through ball to Danny Garza, who crossed to the top of the box to Nicholas Hood. Hood one-timed a right-footed shot to the top-left corner of the goal.

In the 55th minute, Danny Garza won a tackle in the Valley Forge 18-yard box, took a touch and ripped a shot over the outstretch arms of the goalkeeper to give Wesley a 3-0 lead.

Wesley held a 27-7 edge in shots and a 6-3 advantage in corner kicks.

Kyle Springsteen, Jason Sommer and Vincent Verdi all split time in net in the win. Sommer stopped all three shots that came his way while Verdi registered his first collegiate save in the waning moments of the game.

College field hockey

Delaware 2, Towson 1: Freshman Pia Freudenberger knocked in the game-winner with less than two minutes remaining in regulation to lift the No. 18 Blue Hens.

With the win, the Hens improve to 9-6 on the year and 3-0 in the Colonial Athletic Association.

Senior Michaela Scanlon posted Delaware’s first goal in the 31st minute to tie the contest at 1-1.

College volleyball

Delaware 3, William & Mary 0: The Blue Hens swept William & Mary, 25-19, 25-20, 25-18.

With the win, UD improves to 9-12 overall and 3-6 in the Colonial Athletic Association while W&M fell to 5-13 and 1-8 in the league.

Delaware was led defensively by junior Andie Hanus, who had 20 digs in the three set win.

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