Local roundup: Lake Forest earns girls’ soccer victory

Lake Forest High tallied four second-half goals to put away a 6-0 victory over Laurel in Henlopen Conference Southern Division girls’ soccer on Thursday.

Jessica Tyndall and Elle Wood both netted two second-half goals each for the Spartans.

Sierra Jester (1 assist) and Rebecca Moxley also scored goals for Lake Forest.

Sussex Academy 4, Delmar 0: Savannah Sistrunk netted three goals to pace the Seahawks to the Henlopen South victory.

Katherine Portillo added the other goal for Sussex Academy as both teams took eight shots.

Delmarva Christian 6, Christiana 0: Hannah Slacum tallied the Royals’ first and last goals in their victory.

Delmarva Christian finished with advantages of 30-2 in shots and 4-0 in corner kicks as Makayla Heinrichs made a pair of saves.

Baseball

Milford 3, Delmar 0: Chad Reichhold pitched six shutout with four strikeouts as he and Dylan Layton combined on a three-hit shutout.

Mason Morris doubled while Aydin Zimmerman and Dylan Layton both had RBI in Milford’s three-run fourth.

Matt Rodriguez struck out five and reached base three times for the Wildcats.

Woodbridge 4, Smyrna 3: The Raiders scored all four of their runs in the third before holding off the Eagles.

Seth Smart had a two-run single while winning pitcher Kolby Rust threw five shutout, no-hit innings.

Logan Strauss, Mason Drummond and Andrew Unterreiner had the Eagles’ three hits, all coming in Smyrna’s three-run sixth. The contest was stopped after the sixth because of lightning.

Sussex Tech 11, Seaford 8: The Blue Jays rallied for seven runs in the top of the fifth to tie the game but the Ravens answered with three runs in the bottom of the inning to remain unbeaten in the Henlopen Conference.

Jordan Harper (3-for-3, 2 RBI) and Ethan Ward (2-for-4, 2 runs) both homered for Sussex Tech while Bobby Locklear went 2-for-2 with a run and a pair of RBI.

Seaford was paced by Raymond Brady (2-for-3, 1 RBI), Nile Rooks (2-for-3, 2 runs, 1 RBI) and Zach Adams (1 run, 2 RBI).

Delaware Military 8, First State Military 0: A.J. Blanchard, Jonathan Hines and Grant Hardy combined to pitch a one-hitter with 13 strikeouts for DMA.

Softball

Delmar 8, Milford 0: Ashlyn Tapman tossed a two-hitter to earn the shutout as the Wildcats stretched their winning streak to 12 in a row.

Autumn Boothe and Jordan Moore both had multiple hits for the Wildcats, which scored three runs in the first. Moore added a double.

Macey Myers had both of the Buccaneers’ hits, including a double.

Sussex Tech 7, Seaford 0: Taylor Wroten pitched a one-hitter with 13 strikeouts as the Ravens blanked the Blue Jays.

Colleen Cosbey had a triple, double and three RBI for Sussex Tech with Taylor Booros and Wroten adding two hits apiece.

Pitcher Jada Evans had the lone hit for Seaford.

Sussex Central 8, Laurel 7: Aryana Bridell doubled and scored on a single Kaylee Verosko in the top of the seventh to lift the Golden Knights to the iwn.

Izebella Grebe and Katelyn Evick both homered for Central, which scored five runs in the first.

Mackenzie Whaley hit a homer for the Bulldogs.

Boys’ volleyball

Indian River 3, Concord 0: The Indians improved to 8-0 with the 25-14, 25-8, 25-11 victory.

Mitchell McGee and Michael Barnes had seven kills each, Mason Singer had six kills and three aces and Alexander Canseco-Castro added 21 assists.

College lacrosse

MEN, Towson 18, Delaware 11: The third-seeded Blue Hens’ season ended with the loss in the CAA semifinals on Thursday night.

Delaware led 3-1 early and tied the game at 5-5. But the No. 2 Tigers, already leading 7-5 at halftime, netted the first six goals of the second half to take control.

Senior co-captain Joe Eisele wrapped up his career with four goal performance, finishing his career with 89 goals and 105 points, ranking in the top-30 in program history in both categories. Jackson Finigan added two goals and one assist.

Junior Charlie Kitchen extended his scoring streak to 32 straight games with two goals and two assists, while Tye Kurtz set a new program record for points by a freshman, finishing the year with 52.

Junior goalie Matt DeLuca became just the 11th player in program history with 200 or more saves in a season. His 16-save performance also put him over 500 for his career, the eighth-highest total in school history.

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