Local roundup: Delmar wins 14th straight with 48-0 victory over St. Elizabeth

Delmar High scored 34 first-half points en route to a 48-0 victory over St. Elizabeth in nonconference football at Baynard Stadium on Saturday night.

The defending Division II state champion Wildcats are 3-0 and have won 14 games in a row. Delmar has now posted four shutouts in those last 14 games.

In Saturday’s win, George Angello threw for two touchdowns and ran for another while Te’Shawn Dennard ran for two first-half TDs.
Field hockey

Caesar Rodney 5, St. Mark’s 0: Hayden Lord (2 assists) scored three goals with Jaylee Backus (1 assist) tallied the other two to pace the Riders.

CR scored all five of its goals in the first half, which finished with advantages of 15-5 in shots and 9-1 in corners.

Goalie Lauren Chaulk made five saves while Maya Gray added two.


Caesar Rodney 3, Appoquinimink 2: The Riders (5-0) rallied to win the final three games to remain undefeated.

CR, which has won a pair of five-set matches this season, won by scores of 14-25, 23-25, 25-18, 25-20, 18-16.

The Riders were led by Jessica Crawford (12 kills, 5 aces, 2 blocks, 11 digs), Chloe Therese Mangubat (8 kills, 4 aces, 8 digs) and Rachel Moyer (2 kills, 2 aces, 16 digs, 15 assists).

Archmere 3, Cape Henlopen 0: The Auks posted the nonconference win by scores of 25-14, 25-17, 25-13.

Leading Cape were Kathryn Knarr (5 kills), Jocelyn Leach (3 kills, 3 aces) and Rileigh Wilson (4 kills).

Boys’ soccer

Newark 2, Laurel 1: Santos Rodas netted a second-half goal for the Bulldogs in the nonconference loss.

Daniel Linares-Chilel made seven saves for Laurel, which outshot the Yellowjackets 16-7.

College soccer

MEN, Wesley 4, Delaware Valley 1: Chimaobi Ikwuagwu (Caesar Rodney) netted three second-half goals to lead the Wolverines (7-1).

Matthew Dina scored in the first half while Jason Sommer made three saves. Wesley finished with advantages of 20-5 in shots and 12-1 in corner kicks.

Delaware 2, College of Charleston 1: Timo Hummrich’s goal in the 92nd minute lifted the Blue Hens to the CAA win.

WOMEN, Wesley 1, Bryn Mawr 1: Megan Shacklock tallied a first-half goal for the Wolverines before the two teams played to a tie.

Goalie Isabelle Fabris made nine saves as Bryn Mawr outshot Wesley, 24-16.

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