Local roundup: Lake Forest defeats Newark 21-12 in road football contest

Lake Forest High earned a 21-12 victory over Newark High on the road Saturday in a nonconference football matchup.

The Spartans remained unbeaten and improved to 3-0.

Conrad 36, First State Military Academy 16: Anthony Gatson threw for a pair of touchdowns in the Diamond State Conference defeat for First State Military Academy.

Myles Brooks and Terrence Reid each caught a touchdown from Gatson.

William Penn 13, Sussex Tech 7: The Ravens dropped a road contest to drop to 1-2 on the season.

Field hockey

Cape Henlopen 1, Padua 0: Cameron Smith scored the game’s only goal in the second half as the Vikings earned the nonconference victory.

Samantha Connors provided the assist on the goal. Cape Henlopen out-shot the Pandas 11-0 and held an 11-2 edge in penalty corners.

Sussex Central 9, Delmarva Christian 0: McKenna Boyle led all scorers with a hat trick and one assist as the Golden Knights earned a win in nonconference action.

College field hockey

Wesley 2, Albright 1: Hannah Giaccone scored the game-winner for the Wolverines assisted by Madison Cook in a nonconference victory.

Jessica Behornar netted an unassisted goal in the first half. Wesley improved to 4-2 on the season.

College volleyball

Wesley swept at Washington: The Wolverines fell 3-0 against Gettysburg and 3-2 vs. Washington in a tri-match on Saturday.

Wesley had 81 digs in the three sets first match against Gettysburg, Caelli Clifford leading with 22, Regan Healey and Emily Waldridge following close behind with 15 digs each.

Emily Waldrige led the offense with nine kills. Mackenzie Bender contributed eight kills and Mary Getty and Micah Wright with five each.

Lindsay Burg had 14 assists and Brooke Gurganus also had 14 to help fuel the offense.

Getty led the offense with 10 kills. Gurganus with nine and Wright contributing eight in the second match.

Burg had 31 assists and 27 digs against Washington.

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