Local roundup: Kimbrough-Roach leads Spartan boys past Raiders 54-47

Kaheim Kimbrough-Roach netted 24 points as Lake Forest High topped Woodbridge, 54-47, in Henlopen Southern Division boys’ basketball on Tuesday night.

Jene Sample (13 points) and Nakiem Scott (10) also finished in double figures for Lake Forest (6-1 South, 6-2 overall, which out-scored the Raiders, 14-7, in the fourth quarter to break away from a 40-40 tie.

Jamon Kane had 20 points for Woodbridge (4-1 South, 5-2 overall) with Troy Haynes adding 13, including three three-pointers.

Caesar Rodney 60, Sussex Tech 48: Shaft Clark scored 22 points, hitting three of the Riders’ nine three-pointers, as CR picked up the North win.

The Riders, who were playing their first game in 11 days, used a 14-6 fourth-quarter run to close out the victory.

The Ravens were led by Skylar Johnson’s 12 points.

Delmar 71, Laurel 56: The Wildcats used a 22-7 first quarter to take control before notching the South win.

Seaford 48, Sussex Academy 33: The Blue Jays outscored the Seahawks, 25-15, in the second half to put away the South win.

Jervuanta Cannon, who sank three of Seaford’s six three-pointers, netted 12 points with Da’Jion Garrison adding 10.

Jake Anthony had 11 points for Sussex Academy.

St. Elizabeth 55, Sussex Central 24: Jahlier Pettyjohn netted a team-high seven points for the Golden Knights in the non-conference loss.

Wilmington Charter 61, First State Military 42: Treyvon McCray tallied 11 points for the Bulldogs in the Diamond State Conference loss.

St. Thomas More 50, Gunston, Md. 22: Nicholas Brown scored 10 points as five Ravens finished with eight points or more in the win on Monday.

St. Thomas More (4-3) led 42-11 after three quarters before snapping a three-game losing streak.

Girls’ basketball

Woodbridge 56, Lake Forest 35: The unbeaten Raiders (9-0) jumped out to a 20-5 first-quarter advantage before winning the South showdown.

Cha’Kya Johnson tallied a game-high 15 points for Woodbridge with Janeira Scott adding 11 for Woodbridge.

Grace Aguilar netted 12 points to pace the Spartans.

Cape Henlopen 41, Dover 36: The Vikings (8-1) used a 12-5 fourth quarter to rally for their seventh win in a row.

Dania Cannon, who was 7-for-10 from the foul line, had 13 points for Cape

Polytech 55, Smyrna 48: The Panthers (5-4) opened up an early 18-7 lead before winning their third game in a row.

YaaYaa Afriyie netted a game-high 23 points for Polytech while Courtney Turner (14) and Jazmin Kellam (12) all reached double figures.

The Eagles were led by Jayla Smith (17) and Tamani Brooks (12). with Abigail Hearn scoring 12.

The Senators were led by Tamyah with 10 points.

Sussex Tech 49, Caesar Rodney 36: Airelle Parker had 15 points and Janiya Stevens added 10 for the Ravens in the North victory.

Sussex Tech led by five before out-scoring the Riders, 16-5, in the third quarter.

CR was led by Lillian Ayers with 13.

Indian River 42, Milford 29: Julia Jordan tallied 18 points for the Indians in the South win.

IR, which led by 20 after three quarters, also got 11 points from Lauren Meehan.

The Buccaneers’ Abigail Ikechi-Konkwo scored 12 points.

Seaford 44, Sussex Academy 35: Jada Evans scored 14 points and Shaniya Briddell had 13 as the Blue Jays made it three wins in a row.

Seaford built a 17-point lead going into the fourth quarter.

Kathryn Van Pelt tallied 10 points for the Seahawks.

College basketball

WOMEN, Cairn 57, Wesley 54: The Highlanders out-scored the Wolverines, 11-8, in overtime to post the victory.

Wesley was led by Sydney Pedersen (11 points), SherVohnia Tolson (10 points) and Shelby Johnson (8 points, 18 rebounds).

College football

Hens finish No. 24 in poll: Delaware was ranked No. 24 in the last STATs FCS Division I football poll on Monday.

It was the first time since 2011 that the Blue Hens (7-5) finished in the national Top 25. Delaware, which made its first FCS playoff appearance since 2010, was No. 23 in the coaches’ poll.

North Dakota State (15-0), which won the FCS national title with a 38-24 win over Eastern Washington on Saturday, was No. 1 in the poll all season. The Bison beat Delaware, 38-10, during the regular season.

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