Local roundup: Lake Forest rolls to 49-14 victory over Tatnall

Lake Forest High cruised to a 49-14 victory over Tatnall in a non-conference football game on Friday night.

The Spartans have out-scored their first two opponents by a combined score of 90-14 and are 2-0 for the first time since 2014 when they went unbeaten in the regular season.

Lake Forest plays a 10:30 a.m. game at Newark next Saturday.

Glenelg, Md. 29, Smyrna 26: In a back-and-forth contest, Glenelg scored a touchdown with just 16 seconds left to edge the Eagles.

Smyrna (0-2) had taken a 26-22 advantage with only 37 seconds remaining in the non-conference game.

The Eagles led 12-7 halftime before Glenelg went up 22-12 going into the fourth quarter.

Sussex Central 46, Southern, Md. 7: The Golden Knights jumped out to a 28-7 halftime advantage before improving to 2-0.

The defending Division I state champions have now won 14 games in a row.

Polytech 14, Indian River 13: The Panthers edged the Indians to give first-year coach Robert Mason the first victory of his career.

Sussex Tech 35, Coolidge, D.C. 6: The Ravens evened their record with the non-conference road win on Friday night.

Woodbridge 44, Rock Ridge, Va. 6: The Blue Raiders improved to 2-0 after capturing the victory on the road.

First State Military 14, Seaford 8: The Bulldogs improved to 1-1 after picking up the victory in Seaford.

Howard 42, Laurel 6: The Bulldogs fell to 0-2 after the non-conference loss to the Wildcats.

Field hockey

Cape Henlopen 1, Tower Hill 0: Cameron Smith’s goal at the 21:57 mark of the first half ended up being the only goal of the game.

Goalie Marlee Geppert made three saves as the Vikings (3-0) recored their third shutout of the year. Cape finished with advantages of 12-4 in shots and 10-4 in corners.

Worcester Prep, Md. 3, Seaford 2: The Blue Jays scored twice in the second half to tie the score only to lose in overtime.

Boys’ soccer

Delmarva Christian 2, Gunston, Md. 0: Layton Rush scored in the first half with Lewis Burris adding a goal in the second as the Royals evened their record at 1-1.

Volleyball

Caravel 3, Delmarva Christian 0: The Buccaneers topped the Royals by scores of 25-22, 25-21, 25-17.

College field hockey

Delaware 1, Rutgers 0: Senior goalie Sydney Rhodes notched her sixth career shutout Friday afternoon as the No. 9 Blue Hens held on to edge the No. 21 Scarlet Knights.

Rhodes recorded five saves in the first road game of the season for Delaware (5-0).

Junior Sophie Giezeman scored her first career goal for Blue Hens in the 44th minute. Following a penalty corner, Giezeman collected the rebound off a saved shot from senior Ally Pollak and put it past a Rutgers defender for the score.

Delaware is 5-0 to start the season for the first time since going 8-0 to kick off the 2015 campaign.

The Hens are now 20-9-3 all-time against Rutgers and have won three of the last four in the series.

Minor League baseball

Wilmington 2, Fayetteville 0: Four pitchers combined to pitch a three-hit shutout as the Blue Rocks forced a fifth and deciding game in the Mills Cup championship series on Friday night.

With the series tied at 2-2, the two teams will meet again today at 6 p.m. at Segra Stadium in Fayetteville, N.C. to decide the Carolina League championship. The Rocks are trying to win their fifth league title and their first since 1999 when they shared the league crown.

On Friday night, Wilmington scored single runs in the second and ninth innings. M.J. Melendez homered in the seventh before Cristian Perez singled home Kyle Kasser with the insurance run in the ninth.

Winning pitcher Austin Cox allowed just one hit and three walks while striking out six in six innings for the Rocks. Andrew Beckwith, Josh Dye and Tad Ratliff finished out the victory.

Fayetteville had runners on second and third out when Ratcliff got a groundout to end the contest.

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