Local roundup: Ott scores 3 goals as CR tops Wm. Penn 6-1 in boys’ soccer

Caesar Rodney High netted four first-half goals before downing William Penn, 6-1, in boys’ soccer on Monday afternoon.

Spencer Ott scored three goals as the Riders (10-2) won their seventh game in a row.

Rocky Edmond added a pair of goals with Matthew McBarron netting the other for CR. Goalie Zander Omans made nine saves as the Riders finished with advantages 18-12 in shots and 5-1 in corner kicks.

Indian River 1, Sussex Academy 0: Jared Cordoba’s goal in the 73rd minute gave the Indians the Henlopen South win.

Key, Md. 3, Cape Henlopen 1: The Vikings got a goal from Kevin Perez-Escalante in the 62nd minute in the non-conference loss.

Field hockey

Cape Henlopen 2, Notre Dame, Md. 0: The Vikings scored a goal in each half before picking up the non-conference victory.

Delmarva Christian 7, McKean 0: Myra Browning tallied the last three goals of the first half to pace the Royals (5-8).

Erin Parker, Annika McCullough, Haley Pinkstaff and Ashley Kim also scored for Delmarva Christian.

Gunston, Md. 9, St. Thomas More 0: Gunston kept the Ravens winless with the shutout win.

Milford 3, Woodbridge 1: The Buccaneers overcame an early 1-0 deficit in the game played on Sunday at Rullo Stadium.

Olivia Cromer scored twice with Erin Dunlap adding the other goal for Milford, which got a pair of saves from Melissa Mesidor. The Bucs held advantages of 8-3 in shots and 10-7 in corners.

Bethany Kuntsen scored for the Blue Raiders with Alyssa Anthony making five saves.

College soccer

WOMEN, Navy 1, Delaware State 0: Navy scored midway through the first half and made the goal hold up.

The Midshipmen won for the 10th time in their last 12 contests to improve to 12-2-1, while the Hornets are 0-15.

Delaware State was unable to record a shot on goal, but narrowly missed tying the score when a header by Katrina Silva from close range sailed above the net in the final minute. The Hornets were out-shot 13-4 with goalie Fabrea McCray (Indian River) making five saves.

College volleyball

William & Mary 3, Delaware 0: The Blue Hens fell in straight sets (23-25, 18-25, 23-25) Monday night at Kaplan Arena.

Senior Maria Bellinger had 17 kills while classmate Andie Hanus had 14 digs and five assists for Delaware (3-3 CAA, 11-6 overall).

College golf

UD’s Nieves takes second: Roberto Nieves tied for second place while Hugo Kedzlie tied for eighth as the Delaware men’s golf team moved up four spots to a sixth-place finish at the Bucknell Invitational.

The Blue Hens, who carded a 295 score during the opening round, fired a 285 on Monday to place sixth out of 14 squads with a 580 total. Colgate was the team champion with a 572 score.

Nieves carded his second straight 70 on the par 70, 6,224-yard Bucknell Golf Club course, tying for second place with an even par 140. Nieves recorded five birdies and added eight pars during his final round of the tournament.

Jonathan Brillati of Detroit Mercy took home medalist honors at two under par, while Nieves was one of four players to finish two shots back.

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