Local roundup: East Tennessee State defeats Hornets 98-66 in men’s hoops

Daivien Williamson scored 17 points as East Tennessee State romped past Delaware State 98-66 in men’s basketball on Saturday.

Bo Hodges added 16 points for the Buccaneers, while Jeromy Rodriguez chipped in 15. Rodriguez also had seven rebounds for the Buccaneers.

Tray Boyd III had 13 points and six steals for East Tennessee State (4-1).

Pinky Wiley had 17 points for the Hornets (0-6). Myles Carter added 12 points. John Crosby had six rebounds.

Morrisville 79, Wesley 61: The Wolverines took on Morrisville in day two of the A.J. Buchanan Classic hosted by Manhattanville were defeated.

Brian Cameron led the team tallying 18 points in 37 minutes of play. Cameron made 8-of-21 field goals and found five rebounds. Greg Bloodsworth (Smyrna High) followed closely behind Cameron racking up 17 points, three rebounds, and three steals.

Michael McCants led the team with 10 rebounds and Russ Keyhea followed with nine.

Cameron received All-Tournament honors after leading the Wolverines in points for both games.

Women’s basketball

Delaware Valley 66, Wesley 48: The Wolverines fell behind 16-7 after the first quarter and did not recover in a nonconference defeat.
Lekeshia Brown-Myrick paced Wesley with 17 points. Angelique Gathers added 11 points and seven rebounds.

Volleyball

James Madison 3, Delaware 1: Delaware saw its season come to a close Saturday night in four sets (16-25, 19-25, 26-24, 15-25) in the CAA semifinals.

Senior Maria Bellinger led all players with a double-double that consisted of a match-high 29 kills and 10 digs, hitting .385 and finishes her career with 1,639 kills to land second in program history in career kills and ninth in the CAA’s history.

Andie Hanus closed her career with a match-high 19 digs, three assists, and two aces while Bailey Pearlman had nine kills.

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