Local roundup: Lake Forest wrestlers top Hodgson 45-30

Lake Forest High collected five pins in out-dueling Hodgson, 45-30, in a non-conference wrestling match on Wednesday evening.

The Spartans also won a pair of matches by forfeit as they won eight of the individual bouts.

Tyler Ratledge (106 pounds), Cole Dempsey (132), Da’Shawn Grace (138), Kaiden Fullerton (160) and Kristopher Thompson (220) all won by fall for Lake Forest. Ratledge’s pin was the fastest for the Spartans, coming in 1:08.

Sussex Central 40, Cape Henlopen 23: The Golden Knights won four matches by pin to register the Henlopen North win.

Gunnar Abbott (106) posted a fall in 1:05 for the fastest of Central’s pins. Also winning by fall were Devin Pearsal (152), Tarryl Sturgis (170) and Tyler Karr (285).

Cape picked up a 34-second pin from Eduardo Saez (182) as well as a second-period fall from William Ott (220).

Indian River 54, Laurel 16: The Indians posted five sub one-minute pins en route to the Henlopen South victory.

William Rayne (120) had a 25-second fall with Cristobal Alvarado-Cruz (285) adding one in 29 seconds. IR’s other pins came from Ian Shaubach (113), Ta’Jon Knight (126), Dylan Ely (132) and Jacob Grab (160).

Boys’ basketball

St. Thomas More 62, Holly Grove Christian 17: DeAndre Gourdine netted 21 points as the Ravens improved to 3-0.

De’Marius Lee (12), Omari Burris (12) and Joshua Hayward (11) also led St. Thomas More, which scored 32 first-quarter points.

Delmarva Christian 42, Holly Grove Christian 24: Andrew Workman tallied 20 points to lead the Royals (4-1).

Delmarva Christian ran off 15 straight points after trailing by two at the end of the first quarter.

Parkway Center City, Pa. 56, ECHS@DSU 51: The Hornets dropped the non-conference loss on the road.

Girls’ basketball

St. Thomas More 59, Holy Grove Christian 4: Aniah Patterson (15), Jessica Simmons (14) and Glennyce James (13) all scored in double figures for the Ravens.

St. Thomas More scored the first 55 points of the contest.

St. Elizabeth 76, Caesar Rodney 25: The Vikings led 42-12 by halftime before picking up the non-conference victory.

Alexia Jordan and Stacy Deputy scored nine points apiece to pace the Riders.

Archmere 80, First State Military 9: The Bulldogs were limited to nine field goals in the Diamond State Conference loss.

College soccer

Three Wolverines make all-ECAC: Wesley College senior forward Chimaobi Ikwuagwu (Caesar Rodney) and junior defender Matthew Dina were named to the Men’s Soccer All-Eastern College Athletic Conference team.

On the women’s side, the Wolverines’ Mackenzie Forsythe also made all-ECAC.

Dina landed a spot on the All-ECAC first team. The Atlantic East Conference Defensive Player of the Year and an All-Atlantic East first teamer, Dina led the Wesley defense to nine shutouts and a 1.18 goals-against average, stating all 22 games.

A two-time Atlantic East Defender Player of the Week, Dina was picked as a member of the ECAC All-Tournament team.

The Atlantic East Offensive Player of the Year and fellow All-Atlantic East first-team honoree, Ikwuagwu was selected to the All-ECAC second team. Ikwuagwu recorded 31 points and 14 goals to lead the Atlantic East.

His goals and points were both the third-most in program history for a single season.

Ikwuagwu was named the Atlantic East Player of the Week three times.

Forsythe was named to the all-ECAC team after being named the Atlantic East Conference Offensive Player of the Year award. She led the conference in points (42) and goals (20).

The transfer from Harford Community College picked up Atlantic East Conference Player of the Week honors three times and was tabbed as the ECAC Offensive Player of the Month for October.

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