Local Roundup: CR girls fall to Caravel, Indian River boys win

CR playmaker Kylie Kornegay-Lucas goes up for a short jumper in the 2nd quarter against Caravel. Special To The Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh

Caravel outscored Caesar Rodney High by 10 points in the second quarter en route to a 67-45 victory over the Riders in nonconference girls’ basketball on Thursday night.

The contest was tied 10-10 after the first quarter but the Buccaneers (2-2) outscored the Riders by a 57-35 margin the rest of the way.

Caesar Rodney sophomore Lillian Ayers shoots over Caravel defender Karli Cauley in the 2nd quarter. Special To The Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh

Kendra Warren had a game-high 18 points for Caravel with Sasha Marvel adding 15, including three of the Bucs’ five three-pointers.

Kylie Kornegay-Lucas (14) and Brionna Brooks (12) paced CR (3-2).

Appoquinimink 74, Woodbridge 50: The Jaguars outscored the Raiders, 22-9, in the third quarter to take control.

Conrad 71, Sussex Central 19: Conrad limited the Golden Knights to only seven field goals while sinking 11 three-pointers in the contest.

Baleigh Lambert scored a team-high nine points for Central.

Delmarva Christian 48, Christiana 31: Abby Agapito scored 12 points to lead the unbeaten Royals (7-0) to the victory.

Delmarva Christian built a 26-5 halftime advantage.

Boys’ basketball

Indian River 73, Delmar 61: Jamier Felton netted 27 points to spark the Indians to the Henlopen South win.

CR’s Alexis Reid (left) and teammate Kylie Kornegay-Lucas go to the floor for a loose ball with Caravel’s Kaylee Otlowski Thursday night. Special To The Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh

IR, which outscored Delmar 20-6 in the first quarter, also got 12 points from Ja’Shaun Johnson and 10 from Antonio Jones.

Brooks Parker (20), William Schuyler (12) and Khalik Beasley (11) all scord in double figures for Delmar.

Red Lion Christian 56, Lake Forest 20: The Lions outscored the Spartans, 28-6, in the third quarter in handing Lake Forest (3-1) its first loss of the season.

The Spartans had only nine field goals in the contest.

Middletown 53, Polytech 48: The Panthers rallied to tie the game, 23-23, at halftime only to drop the nonconference decision to the Cavaliers.

Brandin Obidike tallied a game-high 20 points for Polytech with Micah Saunders adding 11.

Christiana 49, Delmarva Christian 35: The Vikings took an 18-point lead into the fourth quarter before posting the victory.

College basketball

Michigan 105, Delaware State 36: The Hornets (1-9) were no match for the No. 23-ranked Wolverines (11-2) in the nonconference matchup.

Michigan hit the century mark as a team for the 16th time in program history, and the first time since its 107-35 win over Niagara last season.

Nine of the 10 players that saw game action scored, led by 22 points from senior Katelynn Flaherty, who matched her season high in three-pointers with five. The Wolverines were down 4-0 to start the game but rallied for a 7-6 lead and never trailed again.

The Wolverines held Delaware State off the scoreboard for nearly eight minutes in the second quarter, leading the Hornets by as many as 34 points in the period. Michigan held Delaware State to just four points in both the second and third quarters.

Michigan’s 69-point win was three points shy of the largest win in program history (72 points).

Lanayjha Asche netted 13 points to lead DelState.

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