Local roundup: CR boys lax team edges Archmere, Dover girls win

CR’s Demetrius Stevenson (Delaware State News file photo)

Demetrius Stevenson scored the tying goal and the game-winning goal in the final minutes as the Caesar Rodney High boys’ lacrosse team edged Archmere Academy 10-9 on the road Saturday afternoon.

With the win the Riders remained unbeaten at 8-0.

Stevenson and Noah Longest each netted a hat-trick. Zachary Davis provided a goal and a pair of assists.

The Riders led at halftime before Archmere outscored them 5-1 in the third quarter. But CR rallied with a 4-1 fourth quarter capped off by Stevenson’s final two goals.

South River, Md. 13, Cape Henlopen 11: Luke D’Ambrogi’s four goals paced the Vikings who dropped the out of state contest.

Jack Dennis and Landon Best each scored two goals. D’Ambrogi added two assists.

Hodgson 10, Sussex Academy 2: Jackson Dinger and Arthur Scott provided the two goals as the Seahawks fell in nonconference action.

Girls’ lacrosse

Dover 10, Sanford 5: Grace Gast scored six goals as the Senators earned a nonconference victory.

Madison Small scored twice and recorded two assists as Dover outshot the Warriors 36-16.

Cape Henlopen 19, Worcester Prep, Md. 3: Lindsay Monigle had five goals and a pair of assists to lead the Vikings.

Catherine Frederick, Mallory Jones and Meredith Lockwood all netted a hat-trick.

Archmere 14, Caesar Rodney 1: Lillian Ayers scored for the Riders in a nonconference deafeat.


Lake Forest 6, Indian River 1: Brooke Glanden and Grace Aguilar each went 2-for-3 as the Spartans scored all of their runs in their final three turns at bat.

Aguilar also doubled while Kaitlyn Stahre pitched all seven innings and scattered five hits.

Cape Henlopen 14, St. Mark’s 0: Savannah Reed struck out five and allowed just two hits on the mound and also drove in three runs at the plate for the Vikings.

Ryliegh Elliott also drove in three runs while Haley Rauch knocked in a pair. Sydney Doel was 2-for-3 with two runs and Chloue Fulgarty added a RBI.


Middletown 4, Dover 2: The Senators surrendered four runs in the first two innings before a late rally came up short.

Hiram Davis gave up just one hit in four-plus innings of relief for Dover.

Cape Henlopen 7, Salesianum 4: David Erickson went 2-for-3 with a double and also struck out six in five innings for the Vikings.
Zach Dale had a pair of hits including a double.

Appoquinimink 4, Smyrna 3: The Eagles fell in a game played at Frawley Stadium in Wilmington after Appoquinimink scored three runs in the final inning.

Jeremy Carrow led Smyrna with eight strikeouts on the mound and two RBI at the plate.

Delmarva Christian 8, Seaford 2: Brandon Schlabach pitched five strong innings for the Royal victory.

Schlabach and Chase Hesson each had two hits offensively. Zach Adams and Isaiah Lake scored a run apiece for the Blue Jays.

Girls’ soccer

Cape Henlopen 3, Nansemond Suffolk Academy, Va. 2: Madison Nichols scored in the 64th minute to break a 2-2 tie.

Brooke Hollinsworth had the first two goals for the Vikings.

College baseball

Hornets sweep UMES: Josh Jackson smacked a walk-off home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to give Delaware State a 5-4 victory over Maryland-Eastern Shore and a sweep of a MEAC North doubleheader. The Hornets won the opener 9-5.

Jackson’s blast also made a winner of reliever Travis Dill (Caesar Rodney High), who threw three shutout innings, allowing just one base runner on a walk.

Jackson was 2-for-4 with two RBI, while Darnell Maisonet (2-for-2) and Todd Henry (2-for-4) also had two hits in game two for the Hornets. Jared Gillis (Smyrna High) recorded two RBI.

In the opener, Maisonet was 2-for-5 with two home runs and three RBI, while Jackson and Tripp Kimmell drove in two runs each to lead the Hornets’ 13-hit attack.

Lane DeLeon (2-4) allowed eight hits and three runs, two earned, while striking out four and walking one in six innings to earn the win.

Delaware 7, James Madison 6: The Blue Hens scored the go-ahead run in the bottom of the eight to win a CAA contest.

Delaware (20-16, 7-4 CAA), who led 5-1 after three innings, erased a seventh-inning deficit for its third consecutive victory. The game-winning run was scored in the eighth by Junior Kevin Mohollen who went 4-5 scoring a pair of runs. In total, six different Blue Hens recorded multiple hits including Dover High product Jordan Hutchins (2-3, 2 RBI) and Calvin Scott (3-4, 3B, 2RBI).

Senior Colman Vila (3-2) stranded the bases loaded in the seventh before he pitched a scoreless eighth and ninth.

Wesley 15, Marymount 5: Chris Seibert went 6-for-6 with four RBI to pace a big day for the Wolverines offense.

William Foster hit a home run and knocked in three runs while Michael Piccirillo contributed four RBI.

Men’s lacrosse

Towson 13, Delaware 7: Towson used a fourth quarter outburst to pull away over the Blue Hens.

The Blue Hens find themselves in a tie for second-place, losses by Hofstra and Fairfield would secure Delaware’s ticket to the CAA Tournament, a place it hasn’t been since 2014.

Facing 48 shots on the day, sophomore goalkeeper Matt DeLuca registered double-digit saves once again with 12 on the day. He has tallied double-digit saves in nine of the Blue Hens’ 12 games this season and currently leads the CAA with just shy of 12 per game this spring.

Offensively, sophomore Charlie Kitchen extended his goal scoring streak to 15 with two goals and two assists on the day. Senior Dean DiSimone also added two goals and an assist on the day, while freshman Adam Fulton got on the board for the first time in his young career.

Christopher Newport 20, Wesley 3: The Wolverines fell to the No. 16-ranked team in their regular season finale.

Wesley scored three goals in the third quarter. Zach Farnell notched the first goal for Wesley three minutes into the second half when he finished off a feed from Josh Wassum. Three minutes later, Zach Weitzel powered through strong CNU defense for an unassisted goal.

Before the end of the third quarter, Wassum found Joe Fingles with a wraparound goal that trickled past the CNU goalkeeper.

College softball

Delaware drops two games: The Blue Hens dropped a home CAA doubleheader to the College of Charleston, 9-5 and 8-0,

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