Local roundup: Riders clinch Henlopen North soccer title

Caesar Rodney High netted a pair of second-half goals to put away a 3-1 victory over Dover in Henlopen Conference Northern Division boys’ soccer on Tuesday evening.

The victory clinched the North title for the Riders (5-0 North, 9-3 overall) and put them in the conference championship game.

Marquice Hannah’s goal in the 60th minute pulled the Senators (1-4 North, 5-6 overall) within 2-1. But Tyler Morris’ goal in the 78th minute put the game out of reach for CR.

Lyod Coutilien (1 assist) and Zachary Davis also scored goals with Dillon Rahe making three saves for the Riders, who held advantages of 25-5 in shots and 8-3 in corner kicks.

Humberto Monasterio had 18 saves for the Senators.

Indian River 2, Laurel 1: Jared Cordoba’s OT goal at the 95:48 mark kept the Indians unbeaten in the Henlopen South.

Yves Graf had a goal and assisted on the game-winner in a contest that was scoreless in the 63rd minute. Zachary Neal made three saves for IR, which held advantages of 22-4 in shots and 8-0 in corner kicks.

Daniel Linares-Chilel tied the contest for the Bulldogs in the 79th minute with Jailon Gillespie making 11 saves.

Polytech 1, Sussex Tech 1: Byron Suarez-Garcia’s goal in the 57th minute gave the Ravens the Henlopen North tie.

Spencer Price scored 14 minutes into the game for Polytech while Christian Cote stopped 10 shots.

Jodi Johnson made seven saves for Sussex Tech, which outshot Polytech, 14-9.

Delmar 1, Lake Forest 1: The Spartans netted a second-half goal to forge the Henlopen South tie.

Milford 2, Woodbridge 1: Samuel Dominguez scored in the 91st minute to give the Buccaneers the South win in overtime.

Davidson Marcellus scored 12 minutes into the contest for Milford with Jaxson Turner making seven saves. The Bucs finished with advantages of 13-8 in shots and 7-1 in corner kicks.

Kevin Mazariegos-Deleon netted the tying goal for Woodbridge with Tyler Yoder stopping 11 shots.

Sussex Central 4, Smyrna 0: Four different players scored goals for the Golden Knights in the North victory.

Johnny Garcia and Jonathan Gonzalez-Escalante had first-half goals with Samren Sam and Allen Sandoval Ramirez scoring in the second half. Watson Dorsinvil made five saves.

Oliver Alvarez made 11 saves for the Eagles, who were outshot 15-5.

Glasgow 2, First State Military 0: Goalie Christopher Shea made 13 saves for the Bulldogs in the victory.

Field hockey

Lake Forest 2, Dover 1: Grace Aguilar’s goal with 14:04 remaining gave the Spartans the Henlopen win.

Erin Gach tied the contest on a goal with 20:43 left while Bailey Dean had a pair of assists for Lake Forest, which outshot the Senators, 12-3, and held a 13-4 edge in corners.

Chelsea Johnson gave Dover a 1-0 lead with 22:07 remaining while Richana Brown made 10 saves.

Cape Henlopen 2, Smyrna 0: Cameron Smith scored both Cape goals in the final 17 minutes.

The Vikings held advantages of 23-1 in shots and 16-0 in corners.

Katelynn Porter made 11 saves to pace the Eagles.

Milford 5, Woodbridge 0: Jessica Donovan tallied a goal in each half to pace the Buccaneers.

Beau Davis, Vanasha Daniels and Samantha Jacona (1 assist) also scored for Milford,.

Katie Adams made 20 saves for the Raiders, who were outshot, 25-0.

Sussex Tech 3, Indian River 0: Morgan Johnson scored the Ravens’ first and last goals in the victory.

Macenzie Hastings added Sussex Tech’s other goal while Kayla Brady made seven saves. Both teams took 12 shots.

IR’s Allyson Clark stopped six shots.

Polytech 10, Seaford 0: Lacy Bayley collected three goals and an assist to lead the Panthers.

Nadja Waver-Postell, Mairead McKibbin and Amiyah Sizer all scored twice with Cecilia Rivera adding the other goal for Polytech.

Seaford freshman Madelyn Breitenbach made 20 saves.

Delmar 9, Caesar Rodney 0: Morgan Bradford scored twice for the Wildcats (13-0), who picked up their 12th shutout.

Eight different players scored goals for Delmar, which built a 4-0 halftime lead.
Riders’ goalie Lauren Caulk made 31 saves.

Sussex Central 3, Laurel 1: The Golden Knights tallied a pair of second-half goals en route to the win.

Sussex Academy 13, McKean 0: Addy Leonhartt (1 assist) scored three of the Seahawks’ first five goals in the win.

Marguerite Mitchell, Bridget Cosgrove and MacKenzie Cummings (1 assist) all added two goals apiece for Sussex Academy.

Volleyball

Lake Forest 3, Milford 0: The Spartans won the Henlopen South match by scores of 25-3, 25-17, 25-13.

Celia Reinhardt had nine kills for the Buccaneers.

Dover 3, Sussex Tech 0: The Senators finished the regular season at 11-4 with the 25-19, 26-24, 25-14 Henlopen North win.

Jakayla Sample (4 kills, 3 aces, 1 block, 3 digs), Sierra Troyer (5 kills, 1 ace) and Hayley Wilson (5 digs, 12 assists) led the Ravens.

Caesar Rodney 3, Cape Henlopen 0: The Riders earned the North victory by scores of 25-23, 25-19, 25-17.

CR was paced by Chloe Therese Mangubat (5 kills, 1 ace, 9 digs), Jessica Crawford (4 kills, 6 aces, 3 digs) and Rachel Moyer (2 aces, 3 digs, 11 assists).

Leading Cape Henlopen were Mikiyah Ennals (9 kills, 2 blocks), Erin Morrisey (4 kills, 2 aces, 7 digs) and Emily Lamb (10 digs).

Indian River 3, Sussex Academy 0: The Indians posted the 25-10, 25-19, 25-19 victory behind 20 kills from Raychel Ehlers.

Also sparking IR were Siera Johnson (6 kills, 3 aces, 3 digs) and Marianni Chavez-Rodriquez (1 ace, 1 kill, 20 assists).

Sussex Central 3, Polytech 1: The Golden Knights won the first two games before picking up a 25-12, 25-22, 24-26, 25-10 North victory.

Pacing Central were Brenya Reid (14 kills, 6 aces, 6 digs), Makenna Messina (7 kills, 10 aces, 9 digs) and Madelynn McTeer (14 assists).

Delaware Military 3, Smyrna 0: The Eagles battled back in the second game before dropping the 25-14, 25-22, 25-18 nonconference decision.

North champion Smyrna will face South winner Indian River in the Henlopen Conference championship match on Saturday at Woodbridge at 5 p.m.

St. Thomas More 3, ECHS@DSU 0: The Ravens downed the Hornets by scores of 25-19, 25-16, 25-9.

College soccer

Dover’s Quirk honored: Dover High grad Sean Quirk, a freshman goalie on the Lebanon Valley College men’s soccer team, was named Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth Defensive Player of the Week.

Quirk posted back-to-back shutouts for the Dutchmen in conference play. In a 1-0 victory over the Blazers, the freshman made six saves. Then, in a 4-0 win over the Lions, Quirk stopped both shots he faced.

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