Local roundup: Delmarva Christian sweeps Salisbury Christian in volleyball

Delmarva Christian swept Salisbury Christian, Md,, 3-0, in volleyball on Wednesday afternoon.

The Royals won by scores of 25-7, 25-10, 25-10, as they improved to 3-1.

Sierra Troyer, Olivia Giltner and Kandice Schlabach all had five kills for Delmarva Christian with Chloe Wilson (2 kills, 5 aces), Mia Berger (2 kills, 4 aces) and Ashlyn Stonebraker (21 assists).

Sussex Tech 3, ECHS@DSU 0: The Ravens took the match by scores of 25-17, 25-5, 25-13.

Pacing Sussex Tech were Brynn Parker (11 aces), Alexandra Johnson (4 kills, 3 aces) and Sydney West (4 aces, 9 assists).

First State Military 3, A.I. DuPont 0: The Bulldogs downed the Tigers by scores of 25-17, 28-26, 25-20.

Boys’ soccer

Delmarva Christian 1, Salisbury Christian, Md. 0: Gabe Herling’s first-half goal gave the Royals (2-1) their second-straight win.

Laurel 2, Worcester Prep, Md. 2: Hugo Maldonado and Leonard Gustin both scored for the Bulldogs in the tie.

Jailon Gillespie made 12 saves as Laurel was out-shot, 15-13.

College soccer

MEN, Washington College 3, Wesley 2: The Shoremen (5-2) scored twice in the second half to rally past the Wolverines (1-3-1).

Luis Cruz and Justin John-Langba netted first-half goals for Wesley, while Jason Sommer made a pair of saves.

WOMEN, Canisius 1, Delaware State 0: The Griffins scored the game’s only goal in the 56th minute to edge the Hornets (0-8).

College field hockey

Hens’ Rhodes honored: Delaware goalie Sydney Rhodes was named the Player of the Week by the Colonial Athletic Association.

Rhodes notched her sixth career complete game shutout on Friday as No. 9 Delaware held on for a 1-0 road victory over No. 21 Rutgers. She collected a season-high five saves.

For the year, Rhodes ranks second nationally with a 0.40 Goals Against Average and 89.5 save percentage. In five games, she has registered three complete-game shutouts.

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