Local roundup: Lake Forest tops Smyrna 6-3 in baseball, CR blanks Dover in soccer

Dover’s Tayshaun Chisholm leads CR’s Angel Merced in the boys 100-meter hurdles during the Henlopen Conference championship meet at Lake Forest. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

Lake Forest High scored three runs in the fourth inning to open up a five-run lead before holding on for a 6-3 victory over Smyrna in Henlopen Conference baseball on Thursday afternoon.

Pitcher Wade Brooks earned the win with Cameron Beulah contributing two hits, including an RBI double. Gabe Martin, Johnny Forrest, and Seth Parker all added hits.

Nevin Bell had two of Smyrna’s five hits.

Smyrna’s Naomi Bowser leads the last heat of the girls 4×800 relay.

Dover 5, Milford 4: Nathan Turner had a two-run double for the Senators, who trailed 4-0 after the third.

Dom Velazquez struck out seven while pitching the final five innings with Noah Lanouette and Andrew Carney adding two runs apiece.
Bryce Greenly and Chad Reichold both homered for the Buccaneers.

Sussex Tech 4, Delmar 3: The Ravens rallied for three runs in the top of the seventh to post the conference win.

The Wildcats took their 3-1 lead with three runs in the bottom of the sixth.


Caesar Rodney 7, Middletown 6: The Riders scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth to overcome a 6-2 deficit and snap a six-game losing streak.

Alexxys Harris had two of CR’s seven hits in the contest while pitcher Kayley Peugh took the victory.

Milford 14, Dover 12: The Buccaneers topped the Senators in the high-scoring conference matchup.

Lake Forest’s Jada Gourdine wins the first heat of the girls 100-meter hurdles.

Sussex Tech 5, Delmar 3: The Ravens rallied for four runs in the sixth to pull out the victory.

Jakayla Sample hit a three-run homerun to give Sussex Tech the lead while winning pitcher Taylor Wroten struck out 10. Colleen Cosney and Kylie Kruger both had multiple hits.

Appoquinimink 10, Cape Henlopen 0: Kourtney McNatt and Jess Walter combined to pitch a five-inning no-hitter for the Jaguars, who scored seven runs in the second.

Dover’s Dalonzo Bouges leads the first heat of the boys 4×800 relay.

Glasgow 14, St. Thomas More 4: Kara Scarangella struck out 10 in the Ravens’ loss.

Girls’ soccer

Caesar Rodney 7, Dover 0: Macy Ramsey netted five of the Riders’ six first-half goals as CR picked up the Henlopen North win.

Jesse Prillaman (2 assists) and Jada McCullough also scored goals while Morgan Desaulniers made five saves. The Riders finished with advantages of 24-6 in shots and 5-3 in corner kicks.

Britney Rosello made nine saves for the Senators.

Polytech 1, Sussex Tech 1: Kira Short’s goal midway through the second half gave the Ravens the Henlopen North tie.

Devon Ott scored early in the second half for the Panthers with Alyssa-Lynn Brown making 11 saves.

Delmar 6, Lake Forest 3: Desiree Granados and Logan Walls both scored twice in the Wildcats’ South win.

Julianna Tyndall, Alexa McCracken and Elle Wood all scored for the Spartans.

Indian River 9, Laurel 0: Anastasia Diakos (1 assist), Isabella Binko (2 assists) and Samantha Whelen (2 assists) all scored two goals for the Indians.

Mykahl Horsey made 10 saves for the Bulldogs.

Sussex Academy 7, Seaford 0: Lilly Short netted five straight goals for the Seahawks in the South victory.

Brianna Jenkins made 21 saves for the Blue Jays.

Milford 1, Woodbridge 1: Rosalba Mejia-Escalante’s goal in the 48th minute gave the Blue Raiders the tie.

Janae Craft made 12 saves for Woodbridge as both teams finished with 13 shots.

Anna Sollie tallied a first-half goal for the Buccaneers while Wendy Lara stopped 12 shots.


BOYS, Wilm. Christian 10, Delmarva Christian 1: The Royals scored only a first-quarter goal in the loss.

GIRLS, Brandywine 11, St. Thomas More 5: Zoe Kelly netted three goals with Sophia Stafford (1 assist) and Jessica Simmons adding the others in the Ravens’ loss.

Boys’ volleyball

Delmarva Christian 3, St. Mark’s 0: The Royals downed the Spartans by scores of 25-12, 25-19, 25-19.

Leading Delmarva Christian were Seth Stevens (26 assists), Evan Timko (12 kills, 3 aces) and Austin Giltner (8 kills, 4 aces).

College softball

North Carolina Central 5, Delaware State 0: Courtney Mirabella tossed a two-hit shutout aas the Eagles eliminated the Hornets on the second day of the MEAC Tournament.

Jasmine Melgoza and Sabrina Quarles had hits for DelState (12-36).

College track & field

Wesley men ranked No. 1 in region: The Wesley College men’s track & field team ranked first in the latest U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Mideast Regional team rankings.

Wesley has 13 athletes and both relay teams ranked in the top 10 in the Mideast Region. Dominic McAnulty (400m, 48.20), Roland Attoh-Okine (110mh, 14.50), 4×100-meter relay (41.67) and the 4×400-meter relay (3:14.96) are tops in the region.

It is the first time in program history that the Wolverines are ranked first in the region.

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