Local Roundup: Indian wrestlers top host Bucs; Tech boys defeat rival Knights

Trenton Grant of Milford trying to break loose from Indian RiverÕs William Rayne in the 113-pound match. Rayne won by major decision 14-3. Special To The Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh

Ramond Turner’s major decision in the night’s final match lifted Indian River High to a dramatic, 33-30, victory over Milford in Henlopen Conference Southern Division wrestling on Wednesday evening.

The Buccaneers had won three straight individual bouts, scoring 12 unanswered points, to take a 30-29 advantage into the 285-pound match. Turner posted a 10-0 win.

Khiry Hovington of Milford trying to roll William Keller of Indian River on his back in the 160 pound match. Hovington won by a 6-4 decision Special To The Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh

The Indians also got pins from Ta’Jon Knight (126) and Collin Donaway (170).

For the Buccaneers, Robert Rosser (120), Dominic Feightner (138) and Bevensky Augustin (182) all won by fall.

Caesar Rodney 38, Sussex Tech 33: Both teams won seven individual matches but the Riders registered five pins to four for the Ravens in the Henlopen North victory.

Jackson Dean (145) posted a 30-second pin for CR with Patrick Wisniewski (106), Cameron Hayes (126), Benedict Anderson (132) and Paul Hicks (195) also winning by fall.

Hunter Hineline (120), Trey Hatfield (160), Darvin Perez-Mendez (182) and Carl Schirmer (285) had Sussex Tech’s pins.

Boys’ basketball

Sussex Tech 67, Sussex Central 57: Jaquan Burton scored 22 points and Khalil Burton added 19 as the Ravens posted their fourth straight win.

MilfordÕs Oscar Rosario-Menjia scores a takedown on Reshawn Turner of Indian River in the 152-pound match. Turner won my major decision 14-6. Special To The Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh

The two squads combined to hit 12 three-pointers in the Henlopen North contest, including five from Bolden.

The Golden Knights’ Rhylee Matthews tallied a game-high 23 pints while Jahlier Pettyjohn (12) — who had four threes — and Jasiah Turner (10) also reached double digits.

St. Thomas More 79, Freire Charter 63: The Ravens evened their record at 5-5 with the victory on Tuesday.

Seaford 95, Sussex Academy 35: Quintae Sykes netted 23 points and Ethan Lambert had 22 to pace the Blue Jays to the Henlopen South win.

Nathan Barrett (15) and Kaleb Mulford (13) also scored in double figures for Seaford. Mulford sank four of the Jays’ nine three-pointers.

Zachary Zalewski tallied a team-high 11 points for the Seahawks.

Milford 43, Laurel 33: The Buccaneers outscored the Bulldogs, 30-17, in the second half to rally for the South win on Tuesday.

Reshawn Turner of Indian River eyes the referee as he scores back points against MilfordÕs Oscar Rosario-Menjia in the 152-pound match Wednesday night. Turner won by major decision 14-6. Special To The Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh

Terrell Gibbs scored 16 points to lead Milford with Jaxson Turner adding 11.

Laurel got 14 points from Eric Pilot.

Girls’ basketball

Seaford 50, Glasgow 33: Tamara Evans netted 23 points and Zynaisa Ramil added 16 in the Blue Jays’ victory on Tuesday.

College basketball

MEN, Salisbury 84, Wesley 68: The Sea Gulls tallied the game’s first 17 points before picking up the Capital Athletic Conference win.

The Wolverines (3-5 CAC, 7-8 overall) did cut Salisbury’s lead to only 47-46 with 13:34 remaining but couldn’t get any closer.

Brian Cameron netted a game-high 23 points for Wesley with J.W. Lawson adding 18 points and nine rebounds. Evan Anderson scored 15 points in the first half.

WOMEN, Salisbury 59, Wesley 40: Monshea Newsome-Murray scored a game-high 16 points for the Wolverines in the CAC road loss.

Tiyanna Gibbs added 10 points and seven rebounds while Shelby Johnson pulled down 14 rebounds for her sixth double-digit rebound effort of the season.

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