Local roundup: Camden-Wyoming captures Pat Knight tournament

Smyrna-Clayton’s Chris Black scores on a sacrifice fly to center field to tie the score 2-2 when the throw got away from Felton-Harrington catcher Gabe Martin. Special to the Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh

Camden-Wyoming won the Pat Knight baseball tournament on Friday night.

It earned a 10-4 victory over M.O.T. Red to take home the banner.

Senior League

Felton-Harrington 8, Smyrna-Clayton 4: Zach Cole struck out eight as Felton-Harrington won its opening game on Friday.

Jervonte Marshall went 3-for-4 with a double while Gabe Martin was 2-for-3 with a double and scored three times for Felton-Harrington.

Matt Knight paced Smyrna-Clayton with a double and two hits. Chris Black had a RBI.

American Legion

Nanticoke Post-6 8, Harrington Post-7 3: Trey Toppin had a two-RBI double and reached base four times to lead the Sussex County squad in a game contested on Thursday.

JJ Marshal of Felton-Harrington gets down and dirty on a pickoff attempt at first base Friday night.

Bryan Bullock had three hits for Harrington. Blaine Hansen and Ethan Hurd chipped in two hits apiece.

Local bowling

Mid County Lanes hosting PBA qualifying tourney: Mid County Lanes, Middletown, celebrating its 10th anniversary hosting the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA), will hold a qualifying tournament for amateurs on Saturday, July 7, at 1 pm – entries close at noon. Three spots in the PBA Gene Carter’s Pro Shop Classic, Aug. 18-19, will be up for grabs at the six-game qualifying tournament which is open to all USBC sanctioned bowlers. For more info call (302) 378-0677.

College equestrian

DSU cited in NCAA feature: Delaware State head equestrian coach Jennifer Ridgley is encouraged by recent NCAA discussions about the sport.

A high ranking NCAA delegation attended the 2018 National Collegiate Equestrian Association Championships in Waco, Tex., last month, and Delaware State was among the teams drawing interest from the group.

“It’s a big deal that the NCAA witnessed our national championships as it considers its status regarding our sport,” said Ridgley. “As always, it was an exciting event. I’m certain it made quite an impression on the panel.

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