Local roundup: Lake Forest wins South football opener 35-14 over IR

Lake Forest High downed Indian River, 35-14, in its Henlopen Southern Division football opener on Friday night.

The victory was the second in a row for the Spartans (3-2 overall).

It also marks the first time that Lake Forest has owned a winning record during a season since 2015.

Cape Henlopen 28, Polytech 20: The Vikings topped the Panthers in Henlopen North contest to give first-year coach J.D. Maull his first at his alma mater.

Milford 33, Laurel 6: The Buccaneers posted their third straight win to improve to 2-0 in the South, 3-2 overall.

After an 0-2 start, Milford has won its last three games by a combined 119-14.

Delmar 48, Arcadia, Va. 0: The unbeaten Wildcats (5-0) kept rolling along after picking up the nonconference win.

The shutout was Delmar’s third in a row while the Wildcats have also scored 42 points or more in four games.

St. Andrews 32, First State Military 7: The Bulldogs (3-1) suffered their first loss of the season after the Cardinals used a 19-point third quarter to break open the contest.

Davion Garvin scored First State’s lone touchdown on a three-yard run in the first quarter.

Volleyball

Milford 3, Christiana 0: The Buccaneers won the nonconference contest in straight sets 26-24, 25-20 and 25-23.

McKayla Ryan tallied seven kills to lead Milford (4-4).

Boys’ soccer

Sussex Tech 3, Worcester Prep, Md. 3: Will Todd, Graham Hammond and Aiden Hammond each netted a goal for the Ravens but they ended up with a draw in the out of state matchup.

College field hockey

Delaware 6, James Madison 3: Six different Blue Hens scored goals in the CAA win.

Senior goalkeeper Sydney Rhodes captured two saves from five shots on goal.

To begin Delaware’s scoring frenzy, senior Kiki Bink, scored on a penalty corner assisted by Lisa Giezeman and Pia Freudenberger. To end the first half, freshman, Grace Miller, scored her first career goal off an assist from sophomore, Femke Strien.

Sophomore, Lotte de Koning, scored off a penalty corner 13:27 into the second half with assists from Lisa Giezeman, and frshman, Laurien Vink. A few minutes later, senior, Greta Nauck, tallied her sixth goal of the season. To finish for the Blue Hens, Lisa Giezeman, scored the sixth goal of the game off a rebound.

Wesley 2, Marywood 1: Kaila Hindt (Smyrna High) scored an overtime goal with 3:43 left in the second overtime period to secure Wesley’s first Atlantic East win.

Hindt tallied a pair of goals while Kasey Fry and Natalie Quigley each recorded a defensive save in the win. Sidney Knott registered three saves in net for Wesley.

College volleyball

William & Mary 3, Delaware 2: Despite 18 kills from senior Brooke Robertson, the Delaware volleyball team was unable to complete the comeback against William & Mary and fell, 3-2 (25-21, 25-20, 16-25, 15-13).

The loss puts Delaware at 6-11 overall and 0-5 in the Colonial Athletic Association.

The Blue Hens outkilled the Tribe 63-46, with Robertson’s 18 being one short of her season high, which she produced against Bryant. Juniors Cailey Bracken and Bailey Pearlman each had 14 hammers of their own, while senior Brooke Robertson had 10 kills.

Howard 3, Delaware State 0: The Hornets dropped a MEAC contest by scores of 25-18, 25-16 and 25-18.

The Hornets have lost their last four matches to fall to 2-17 and 0-2.

Devin Ruble led Delaware State with six kills, while Kiera Holtzclaw and Caroline Rakoski added five each. Milexa Cardona had a team-high 13 assists, while Mia Taula tallied 13 digs to top the Hornets.

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