Local Roundup: Rider girls top Central; Blue Raider boys defeat Lake; Laurel wrestlers triumph

Kylie Karnegay-Lucas netted 26 points as Caesar Rodney High picked up a 51-42 victory over Sussex Central in Henlopen North girls’ basketball on Friday night.

Trailing by four, the Riders outscored the Golden Knights, 43-30, over the final three quarters.

Karnegay-Lucas went 12-of-17 from the foul line as CR finished 16-of-26 as a team.

Azayah Garrison had a team-high 18 points for Central. She sank 10-of-13 free throws.

Cape Henlopen 55, Smyrna 41: The Vikings outscored the Eagles, 17-8, in the third quarter to take control of the North contest.

Niyashja Mosley (13 points), Alexis Watkins (11) and Sydney Pederson (11) all scored in double figures for Cape.

Marqueisha Bennett and Jayla Smith tallied 12 points each for Smyrna.

Sussex Tech 48, Dover 34: The Ravens downed the Senators in a Henlopen North matchup.

St. Thomas More 64, Tri-State Christian 6: Four Ravens scored in double figures in the victory.

Aniah Patterson (18), Jessica Simmons (14), DahNaija Barnes (12) and Olivia Lynch (12) led St. Thomas More.

Boys’ basketball

Woodbridge 53, Lake Forest 41: The Raiders used a 16-4 third-quarter run to sew up the South victory.

Hassan Corbin tallied a game-high 26 points, sinking nine of Woodbridge’s 17 field goals in the game.

Jaysem Vazquez netted 19 points for Lake Forest with Johnny Forrest adding 12 points on four three-pointers.

Sussex Tech 61, Dover 58: The Ravens edged the Senators in a North matchup that was close throughout.

Sussex Tech owned a 43-41 lead after three quarters.

Delmar 47, Salisbury Christian 44: Brooks Parker and William Schuyler, who sank three three-pointers, netted 16 points apiece for the Wildcats.

Delmar outscored Salisbury Christian, 29-23, in the second half to rally for the win.

ECHS@DSU 61, Dickinson 57: The Hornets outscored the Rams, 22-15, in the fourth quarter to pull out the win.

Wrestling

Laurel 64, Lake Forest 15: Isaiah Jenkins (126 pounds), David Elliott (106) and Ti’ron Dorman (120) all collected pins in under a minute to highlight the Bulldogs’ Henlopen South win.

Laurel, which won nine matches by fall, also got pins from Woo Fosque (132), Dalton Perdue (170), Rae`Mier DeShields (182), Michael Handy (220), Quadyr Whitney (285) and Perkens Augustin (113).

The Spartans got pins from Seth Fleming (145) and Kristopher Thompson (195).

College basketball

MEN, Hampton 78, Delaware State 56: The Pirates outscored the Hornets by 11 points in each half in cruising to the MEAC victory.

Hampton led by as many as 31 points in the second half.

Pacing DelState were Simon Okulue (13 points, 8 rebounds) and Pinky Wiley (10 points). The Hornets shot only 32.8 percent (19-of-58) for the game.

WOMEN, Delaware 58, Hofstra 51: Down by three at halftime, the Blue Hens outscored the Pride, 17-9, in the third quarter before posting the CAA win.

Junior Nicole Enabosi registered her 11th double-double of the season, finishing with 12 points, 15 rebounds, four assists and three blocked shots for Delaware (3-1 CAA, 10-5 overall).

Sophomores Abby Gonzales and Bailey Kargo added nine points apiece while classmate Samone DeFreese notched seven points and 11 rebounds.

Hampton 66, Delaware State 62: The Hornets cut the Pirates’ lead to as a few as three points several times in the last two minutes before falling short.

Hampton led by 11 points at halftime.

DelState was paced by NaJai Pollard’s game-high 23 points and four blocked shots. Ryan Jones and Lanayjha Ashe had 13 points each.

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