Local roundup: Caesar Rodney dominates Woodbridge 63-26 in boys hoops

Woodbridge’s Gerald Walker lands on the back of Caesar Rodney’s Monroe Hite during the second quarter of Friday’s game at CR. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

Caesar Rodney High limited Woodbridge to just five field goals in handing the Blue Raiders a 63-26 loss in boys’ basketball on Friday night.

The Riders (5-1) built a 45-14 halftime advantage before winning their fourth game in a row.

Jaden Corbett had 14 points with Zayquan Eaton adding 12 for CR. Both players sank a pair of three-pointers each.

Caesar Rodney’s Shaft Clark shoots against Woodbridge defenders in the first quarter at CR.

Troy Haynes had 11 points for Woodbridge (4-1). Both teams went 13-for-19 from the free throw line.

Milford 61, Sussex Central 46: In a game played Thursday night, Nicolas Sivels netted 13 points with Jaxson Turner adding 10 to pace the Buccaneers.

Jahlier Pettyjohn had a game-high 15 points for the Golden Knights while Isaac Petit scored 12.

Girls’ basketball

Conrad 64, Sussex Central 33: The Red Wolves jumped out to a 25-11 first-quarter lead before handing the Golden Knights (6-1) their first loss of the season.

Julie Kulesza had 17 points to lead three players in double figures for defending state champion Conrad.

Raeonna Stratton had nine points to pace Central.

Wrestling

Sussex Central 55, Middletown 21: The Golden Knights collected six pins in the nonconference victory.

Michal Wright (195 pounds) won by fall in 2:33 for his 100th career victory.

Central’s other pins came from Mason Ankrom (120), Brandon Greenlee (145), Devin Pearsal (152), Jaden Savage (170) and Hiram Lacher (220).

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