Local roundup: Polytech tops Sussex Tech 3-1 in Henlopen North volleyball

Polytech High captured the final two sets to post a 3-1 victory over Sussex Tech in Henlopen North volleyball on Monday evening.

The Panthers won by scores of 27-25, 13-25, 25-16, 25-16.

Jenna Fox (13 digs) collected 10 kills with Madison Mitchell and Katherine Rivera adding nine apiece. Kimberly Seeney (3 kills, 1 ace, 11 digs, 34 assists) also paced Polytech.

Wilmington Charter 3, Smyrna 0: The Eagles fell to the Force by scores of 29-27, 25-18, 25-20.

Red Lion Christian 3, Delmarva Christian 1: Red Lion out-lasted the Royals, 25-15, 21-25, 25-15, 25-21.

Middletown 3, St. Thomas More 0: The Ravens fell to the Cavaliers, 25-3, 25-15, 25-22.

Newark 3, First State Military 0: The Bulldogs were downed by the Yellowjackets, 25-23, 25-10, 25-7.

Field hockey

Delmarva Christian 4, Worcester Prep, Md. 2: Four different players scored goals as the Royals improved to 6-9.

Jorja Eppehimer (1 assist), Myra Browning (1 assist), Annika McCullough and Erin Parker all scored for Delmarva Christian, which got 15 saves from Mara Agapito.

Worcester out-shot the Royals, 17-8.

Lake Forest 10, Red Lion Christian 0: Elle Wood tallied four goals with Sierra Jester adding two for the Spartans, who scored all 10 goals in the first half.

Boys’ soccer

Delmarva Christian 2, Worcester Prep, Md. 2: Both teams scored a goal in each half as they played to the tie.

College soccer

Wesley player honored: Wesley College men’s soccer player Justin John-Langba was named the Eastern College Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Month for September.

John-Langba netted eight goals in September, highlighted by his two-goal performance in a win against Rosemont. He leads the Atlantic East Conference in shots (51), goals (11), and points (22).

WOMEN, Penn 2, Delaware State 0: The Quakers netted a goal in each half to down the Hornets.

Goalie Fabrea McCray (Indian River) made 10 saves for DelState.

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