Local roundup: Corbett leads Riders to 3rd straight win 59-45 over Appo

Jaden Corbett netted a game-high 21 points and the Caesar Rodney High boys’ basketball team won its third game in a row with a 59-45 victory at Appoquinimink High on Wednesday night.

Shaft Clark scored 13 points for the Riders who improved to 4-1 overall. Monroe Hite added 10 points.

Caesar Rodney trailed 15-12 after the first quarter but out-scored the Jaguars 15-5 in the second.

Woodbridge 72, Seaford 41: The Blue Raiders went on a 23-7 run in the third quarter to break open the Henlopen Conference Southern Division contest.

Girls’ basketball

Caravel 75, Caesar Rodney 26: Haley Hanson’s 14 points paced the Riders in the nonconference defeat.

Delmar 51, Salisbury Christian, Md. 26: The Wildcats earned the victory over an out of state opponent to improve to 3-5 overall.
College basketball

MEN, Misericordia 92, Wesley 87: Brian Cameron netted a career-high 38 points but it wasn’t enough for the Wolverines (6-7).

After falling behind 46-40 at halftime, Wesley took as much as a five-point lead in the second half. But Misericordia went on a 7-0 run to take a 90-85 advantage with 17 seconds remaining.

A pair of desperation three-point attempts by Cameron rimmed out before Evan Anderson’s putback made it 90-87 with two seconds left.
Jason Kenny hit both of his free throws to seal the victory for Misericordia.

Cameron scored 16 of the Wolverines’ first 18 points of the game. He knocked down 14 of his 25 shots, drained 5-of-8 from three-point range and hit all five of his free-throw attempts.

Cameron also reeled in a game-high 10 rebounds for his fourth double-double of the season. He added five assists and two steals.

Derick Charles tallied 22 points on 11-20 shooting from the field to go along with eight rebounds. Anderson scored 11 points.

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