Local roundup: CR, Lake Forest win girls soccer openers

Lake Forest’s Bailey Dean, left, and Maycee Collison congratulate Jules Tyndall on her goal in the first half as the Spartans opened their season with a 7-0 win over Milford. (Delaware State News/Andrew West)

Jessie Prillaman’s goal in the 54th minute was the difference as the Caesar Rodney High girls’ soccer team opened its season with a 1-0 victory against Newark Charter in a nonconference contest Saturday afternoon.

Morgan Desaulniers made four saves to record the shutout. Macy Ramsey assisted on the game-winning goal.

Lake Forest goalkeeper Riley Wood, who was celebrating her birthday, posted a shutout in the Spartans’ 7-0 win over Milford Saturday.

Lake Forest 7, Milford 0: Elle Wood, Jules Tyndall and Maycee Collison each scored a pair of goals to lead Lake Forest to a season-opening win in Milford.

Brandywine 2, Woodbridge 1: Yesenia Barragan provided the lone goal for Woodbridge in a nonconference defeat.

Girls’ lacrosse

Indian River 22, Newark 6: Alexis Webb and Helen Davis each had four-goal games in a non-conference victory.

Delaney Brannon and Brianna Dulsky also had hat tricks. Kealey Allison dished out five assists and scored twice.

Baseball

Caesar Rodney 27, First State Military Academy 0: Chris Friend hit a third inning grand slam to lead the Riders offensively.

Steven Platt recorded eight strikeouts in four innings. Platt, Tommy Pomatto and Connor Lust all hit doubles for CR.

Lake Forest’s Elle Wood looks back at a Milford player helping her goalkeeper clear the ball.

Parkside, Md. 9, Delmarva Christian 6: A late rally came up short as the Royals dropped an out of state matchup.

Ben Hobbs, Schlabach, Joseph Jones, Connor Lewis and Chase Hesson all collected multiple hits for Delmarva Christian
Softball

Woodbridge 5, Delmarva Christian 4: The Blue Raiders scored three runs in the top of the sixth to break a 2-2 tie.

Sussex Central 11, St. Georges 1: Kaisey Reed pitched a one-hitter in the Golden Knight win.

Boys’ lacrosse

Archmere 17, Polytech 2: Patrick O’Brien scored both goals for the Panthers as they fell in a nonconference matchup.

College baseball

UD opens CAA with sweep of Towson: The Hens (12-8) defeated the Tigers (3-17) 6-3 in the opener, before holding on for a 2-1 victory. In game one, junior Kyle Hinton (3-1) pitched six and one-third innings, allowing just two runs. Senior Calvin Scott went three-for-four in the opener, driving in a pair of runs.

In the nightcap, Delaware freshman Billy Sullivan IV threw the strongest outing of his collegiate career, throwing a career-high six shutout innings. Sullivan struck out 10. Kyle Baker and Diaz Nardo each drove in a run, while senior JamesMeeker pitched 1.2 innings to earn his third save.

College lacrosse

MEN, Rutgers 15, Delaware 10: The Hens led at halftime but Rutgers scored eight goals to Delaware’s two in the second half.

Charlie Kitchen and Dean DiSimone each recorded a hat trick to pace Delaware. Will Hirsch-mann picked up a pair of goals.

Joe Eisele and Bryce Reid chipped in a goal apiece.

Wesley 11, Alvernia 7: The Wolverines outscored Alvernia 5-1 down the stretch to pull away.

Josh Wassum paced Wesley with five goals while Zach Farnell added three. Joe Fingles scored twice and had two assists.

Adam Tewey also scored for Wesley and had a pair of assists.

WOMEN, Delaware Valley 14, Wesley 12: The Wolverines saw their five-game winning streak snapped on Saturday.

Paige Brehm netted five goals and three assists to pace the scoring for the Wolverines. Brehm also added four ground balls and two draw controls.

Brianna Bacon and Fallon Fore each found the back of the net twice. Fore added six draw con-trols and an assist while Bacon scooped up two ground balls.

College softball

DSU sweeps: Khaliyah Flournory was 5-for-7 with five runs batted in to help lead Delaware State to a sweep of Norfolk State in a doubleheader.

The Hornets won the opener 8-0 and completed the sweep with a 3-1 victory in the nightcap.

Wesley splits with Immaculata: The Wolverines dropped the first game 5-1 before winning 4-1 later in the day.

Karina Cardona, Brandi Dalious and Brooke Retkowski each had multi-hit games for the Wolverines.

Juli Neel notched her first collegiate win with a complete-game effort on the mound. She sat down five batters while only giving up one earned run.

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