Local roundup: Caesar Rodney defeats Indian River in volleyball 3-0

Caesar Rodney’s Elizabeth Yocher, left, and Geena Edmanson jump for a block against Indian River during Tuesday’s volleyball match at CR. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

Caesar Rodney High captured a tight second set before topping Indian River, 3-0, in volleyball on Tuesday evening.

The Riders won by scores of 25-17, 25-22, 25-19 in the non-divisional match.

The loss snapped a four-match winning streak for the Indians (4-2) while CR (4-2) won its third in a row.

Caesar Rodney’s Alexandra Mardesich and Graycie Bachman celebrate a point against Indian River at CR.

Raychel Ehlers (19 kills, 5 digs), Camryn Ehlers (2 aces, 20 assists) and Jessica Amezcua (15 digs, 1 ace) led IR.

Dover 3, Sussex Academy 0: The Senators (6-0) remained unbeaten after downing the Seahawks, 25-8, 25-17, 25-15.

Cape Henlopen 3, Lake Forest 0: The Vikings topped the Spartans by scores of 25-12, 25-14, 25-23.

Cape Henlopen was paced by Emily Lamb (6 aces, 10 digs) and Jocelyn Leach (5 aces, 4 digs). Kathryn Knarr, Breahna Kusen and Rileigh Wilson had four kills apiece.

Milford 3, Seaford 0: The Buccaneers topped the Blue Jays by scores of 25-17, 25-6, 25-18,

Milford was led by Shelby Ohlig (6 aces, 1 kill), Juliana Diaz (5 aces, 1 kill, 3 assists) and McKayla Ryan (3 kills, 3 aces, 1 block).

Sussex Central 3, Woodbridge 0: The Golden Knights posted the victory by scores of 25-2, 25-9, 25-16.

Brenya Reid had eight kills for Central with Victoria Jacobs adding six. Katelyn Evick (7 aces, 1 kill) and Makenna Messina (5 kills, 1 ace).

Boys’ soccer

Dover 2, Lake Forest 1: Pedro Gonzalez and Marquice Hannah scored first-half goals for the Senators (1-4), who earned their first win of the season.

Dover finished with edges 16-5 in shots and 7-1 in corner kicks.

The Spartans’ Ethan Kazimir stopped five shots.

Polytech 2, Delmar 1: Dermot Williamson netted a pair of first-half goals before the Panthers held off the Wildcats.

Christian Cote made six saves for Polytech, which out-shot Delmar, 11-7. Both teams had two corner kicks.

Trevor Gibson scored a second-half goal for Delmar.

Cape Henlopen 1, Indian River 0: Conner Hochrein’s goal in the 25th minute stood up as the Vikings handed the Indians (4-1) their first loss of the season.

Alan Marin-Quiroz made three saves as Cape out-shot IR, 5-3. Both squads had three corner kicks.

The Indians’ Bastian Perry made four saves.

Caesar Rodney 6, Laurel 0: Spencer Ott tallied three goals to pace the Riders.

Lyod Coutilien (2 assists), Monroe Hite and Rocky Edmond (1 assist) also scored goals for CR, which out-shot the Bulldogs, 28-2.

Jailon Gillespie made 15 saves for Laurel.

Sussex Academy 2, Sussex Central 0: Kyle Berdini and Adison Browne both scored goals as the Seahawks won their fourth game ein a row.

Cole White made 10 saves to earn the shutout so Sussex Academy as Central finished with advantages of 12-6 i shots and 5-3 in corner kicks.

Angel Castellanos-Ventura made four saves for the Knights.

Milford 2, Woodbridge 0: Samuel Dominguez and John Joseph Watson Pierre each scored a goal as the Buccaneers (6-0) remained unbeaten.

Milford in held advantages of 7-3 in shots and 6-1 in corner kicks.

Sussex Tech 8, Seaford 0: Patrick Short and Jonathan Rocco netted three goals each to lead the Ravens.

John Whealton (1 assist) and Jaasiel Nunez also scored for Sussex Tech, which out-shot the Blue Jays, 20-3.

Seaford’s Zane Adams made 10 saves.

Field hockey

Dover 2, Appoquinimink 0: Superia Clark had a goal and assist as the Senators (4-2) won their fourth game in a row.

Ally Manifold also scored for Dover, which held advantages of 14-1 in shots and 9-4 in corners.

Caesar Rodney 2, Seaford 1: Peyton Shields scored twice, tallying the game winner with 18:23 remaining for the Riders.

Goalie Maya Gray made five saves for CR, which held edges of 17-8 in shots and 10-4 in corners.

Jada Evans scored a second-half goal for the Blue Jays with Madelyn Breitenbach stopping 13 shots.

Lake Forest 0, Polytech 0: Spartans’ goalie August Lewis made 15 saves as the two squads played to a tie.

The Panthers, who got six saves from Raegan Thomas, out-shot Lake Forest, 15-6.

The Spartans held an 8-7 edge in corners.

Sussex Tech 2, Woodbridge 0: Remi Devine and Lilly Short tallied goals to lift the Ravens.

Kayla Brady made three saves for Sussex Tech, which out-shot the Raiders, 7-4. The Raiders also held an 8-3 edge in corners.

Woodbridge’s Alyssa Anthony had two saves.

Sussex Central 2, Sussex Academy 1: Carly Collins scored the game winner with just nine seconds left to lift the Golden Knights. Collins scored both Central goals.

The Seahawks’ Isabella Kwan tied the game with 14 minutes remaining.

College soccer

WOMEN, Loyola 2, Delaware State 1: Hannah Hoefs scored the winning goal in the 98th minute to give the Greyhounds the overtime win.

Delaware State (0-10) evened the match on a goal by Mary O’Conner in the 54th minute. The goal, on a penalty kick, was the team-best second of the season for O’Conner.

The Hornets were inches from winning the match in regulation when a free kick by O’Conner from 50 yards away hit the crossbar above the out stretched arms of Loyola goal keeper Paige Sim.

The loss overshadowed a stellar performance by Delaware State goalie Fabrea McCray (Indian River), who recorded eight saves, including six in the second period. Loyola out-shot the Hornets 16-2.

MEN, Wesley 6, Brynn Athyn 0: The Wolverines (5-3-1) netted all six of their goals in the second half.

Six different players scored for Wesley, which finished with advantages of 27-1 and 9-0 in corner kicks.

College golf

Wesley places sixth: The Wesley College men’s golf team took sixth in Monday’s Dickinson Fall Invitational.

The Wolverines recorded a score of 329 with senior Josh Covey leading the squad with a 75, his lowest collegiate score. John Riggins followed with a 79, his first score in the 70’s in his college career.

Drew University won the tourney with a score of 294.

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