Local roundup: Cape wins last 7 matches, defeats St. Georges 49-20

Cape Henlopen High won the last seven individual matches in posting a 49-20 victory over St. Georges in wrestling on Monday evening.

The Vikings (16-3) started the match with a pair of pins and ended it with three more. The fastest of those falls came from Royuan Jones (170 pounds) in 1:16.

Cape’s other pins came from Christopher Handlin (195), William Ott (220), Jackson Handlin (160) and Eduardo Saez (182).
Boys’ basketball

Delmar 60, Delmarva Christian 51: The Wildcats out-scored the Royals, 25-15, in the fourth quarter to rally for the non-conference win.

Truvor Beale (20 points), Jerome Mitchell (14) and Trevor Gibson (14) all finished in double figures for Delmar (10-6).

Delmarva Christian (13-2), which had a 12-game winning streak snapped, got 18 points from Andrew Workman and 13 from Wyatt Kwiatkowsi.

Appoquinimink 101, First State Military 56: Zion Lofland netted a game-high 26 points with Treyvon McCray adding 16 for the Bulldogs in the loss.

Lofland sank six three-pointers with McCray adding four.

Girls’ basketball

Delmarva Christian 38, Sussex Academy 23: Sara Walton netted 10 points as the Royals (10-4) won their seventh game in a row.

College basketball

Wesley’s Cameron honored again: Wesley College junior guard Brian Cameron earned Atlantic East Conference Players of the Week for the fourth time this season.

In a win over Marywood on Saturday, Cameron set a new career-high in scoring with 39 points in a 69-63 win over then first-place Pacers. He went 13-of-22 from the field, including knocking down a pair of threes, and hit 11-of-13 from the free-throw line.

Cameron leads the Atlantic East and ranks fifth in Division III in scoring with 25.6 points per game. He also sits sixth in the league in rebounding, pulling down 7.1 rebounds per contest.

College indoor track

McFolling-Young wins for UD: Smyrna High grad Myrissa McFolling-Young, a sophomore at Delaware, won the women’s shot put at the Frank Colden Invitational at Ursinus College over the weekend.

Her throw of 45-5 earned McFolling-Young a spot in the ECAC Championships.

McFolling-Young’s win was one of 15 top-five finishes for the Blue Hens, 12 of which came from underclassmen. Senior Carlyn McGrath (pentathlon), freshman Halima Scott (200m), freshman Whitney Bailey-Hicks (triple jump) and McFolling-Young (shot put) all came away with victories.

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