Local roundup: Dover, CR triumph in boys lacrosse

Dover High rallied from a two-goal halftime deficit to edge Rising Sun, Md., 7-6, in boys’ lacrosse on Monday evening.

Thomas Gill netted three goals and an assist while Will Niebrzydowski added two goals and a pair of assists as the Senators evened their record at 2-2.

Benjamin Niebrzydowski and Derek Hallock scored the other goals for Dover, which trailed 4-2 at halftime before outscoring Rising Sun, 3-0, in the third quarter.

Caesar Rodney 17, Sussex Central 0: Nine different players scored goals as the Riders won their Henlopen North opener.

Sean Wolleyhand had a game-high three goals for CR (4-0 overall), which led 13-0 at halftime.

Noah Longest (2 assists), Joshua Cosden, Michael Harrington, Ryan Carey and Rocky Li all added two goals apiece for CR.

Goalies Jacob Stant and Jakob Buxton combined for five saves in the shutout.

Lake Forest 19, McKean 3: Logan Johnson tallied eight goals and an assist as the Spartans (3-1) won their third game in a row.

Kade Collins (5 goals, 2 assists) and Kurt Moyer (3 goals, 5 assists) were also multiple goal scorers for Lake Forest.

Wilm. Friends 17, Polytech 4: Zach Trabaudo scored twice for the Panthers in the loss.

Christopher McCallister (1 assist) and Samuel Slater also scored for Polytech, which trailed 10-2 at halftime. Christian Brooks made 12 saves.

GIRLS, J.M. Bennett 15, Polytech 8: Madi McKay scored twice to become only the third Polytech player to score 200 career goals in the Panthers’ loss.

Cecilia Carter had a team-high four goals for the Panthers (3-1), who were outscored 7-3 in the second half.

Shannon Stephan made 13 saves as Polytech was outshot, 30-13.

St. Peter & Paul, Md. 11, Dover 10: Grace Gast and Riley McQuaide netted four goals apiece in the Senators’ nonconference setback.

Ava Niebryzdowski added two goals and an assist for Dover, which got nine saves from Regan Torbert. The Senators held a 25-23 edge in shots.

Baseball

Sussex Tech 8, Woodbridge 0: Matt Warrington pitched a one-hitter, striking out 11 of the 19 batters he faced, in the Ravens’ victory.

Warrington (1 RBI, 2 runs) and Grant Lamers (2 runs, 2 RBI) both went 3-for-3 to pace Sussex Tech’s 10-hit attack. Jason Shockley added two hits and an RBI.

Gabe Wescott led off the game with a double for the Raiders.

Caesar Rodney 13, Newark Charter 3: Winning pitcher Matt Atkinson went 3-for-3 and struck out five to pace the Riders in a game played Saturday night at Frawley Stadium.

Brandon Hatch went 3-for-3 with a triple and double for the Riders, who had 12 hits while scoring four runs in both the second and fifth. Tommy Pomatto was on base four times and scored twice.

Softball

Del. Military 12, Sussex Central 1: The Seahawks scored eight runs in the final three innings to put away the victory.

Morgan Burton hit a solo homerun in the fourth for the Golden Knights’ lone run.

Archmere 13, First State Military 3: Carmen Black had a triple for the Bulldogs’ lone hit in the game.

Glasgow 12, St. Thomas More 4: Kara Scarangella struck out nine and had a double for the Ravens in the loss.

Girls’ soccer

Padua 9, Delmar 0: The Pandas outshot the Wildcats, 22-1, in picking up the victory at DE Turf Complex.

College softball

Bowe wins MEAC award again: For the fourth time this season, Milford High grad Nia Bowe has been named the MEAC Player of the Week in softball.

A freshman outfielder for Coppin State, Bowe hit .600 (9-of-15) for the week to go with two home runs and three RBI while scoring four runs. She also stole four bases.

For the season, Bowe leads the Eagles with a .446 batting average, seven home runs and 28 RBI. Bowe currently ranks third in the MEAC in batting average, fourth in home runs and RBI, fifth in total bases and second in slugging percentage.

College baseball

Wesley’s Marrs honored: Wesley College senior pitcher Alex Marrs earned Capital Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week honors on Monday.

Marrs picked up a win and a save in three appearances last week. He posted a 0.00 ERA with 13 strikeouts and just four hits allowed in 11.1 innings.

He secured a complete-game three-hit shutout win with 10 strikeouts in Wesley’s 6-0 win over Penn State Harrisburg on Thursday.

College golf

UD men fifth: The Delaware men’s golf team fired a 295 during Monday’s opening round of the Wildcat Invitational to end the day tied for fifth place.

UD freshman Christian Chapman is tied for seventh place in the individual standings after carding a one over par 72 on the par 71, 6,733-yard White Manor Country Club course.

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