Local roundup: Rider wrestlers romp, Smyrna wins big in boys hoops

Caesar Rodney High collected nine pins in rolling to a 62-7 victory over William Penn in nonconference wrestling on Friday evening.

Samuel Tolson’s 21-second fall at 160 pounds was the quickest of those pins for the Riders, who won all but two individual bouts.

Also winning by fall for CR were Patrick Wisniewski (106), Michael Primo (120), Benedict Anderson (138), Riley Tracy (152), Jacob Garrett (182), Paul Hicks (182), Paul Hicks (195) and Brenden Holder (220).

Cape Henlopen 39, Laurel 21: The Vikings won eight of the first 10 individual bouts before picking up the victory.

Andre Currie (138), Christophr Handlin (170), Eduardo Saez (182) and Jonah Robertson (285) all had pins for Cape.

The Bulldogs’ David Elliott (106), Perkens Augustin (113) and Isaiah Jenkins (120) ran off three pins in a row late in the match.

Indian River 43, Concord 27: The Indians improved to 16-2 with the nonconference victory on Friday.

Sussex Tech 43, Indian River 26: The Ravens moved to 11-5 after downing the Indians.

Boys’ basketball

Smyrna 72, Polytech 39: Leading by only two points at halftime, the Eagles outscored the Panthers, 47-16, in the second half to pull away to the North win.

Greg Bloodsworth (22 points), Caleb Matthews (20), Jaymeir Garnett (12) and Nalik Veasley-Johnson (11) led Smyrna, which won its third game in a row. Matthews was 10-for-10 from the foul line.

Brandin Obidike led the Panthers with 12 points.

Woodbridge 62, Stephen Decatur 56: The Blue Raiders outscored Decatur, 23-14, in the fourth quarter to rally for the win.

Hassan Corbin netted a team-high 20 points for Woodbridge with Kejon Mosley (13), Jamon Kane (12) and Troy Haynes (10) also scoring in double figures.

Delmar 86, Holly Grove Christian 40: William Schuyler netted 32 points, with six three-pointers, to pace the Wildcats to the nonconference win.

Jeremiah Lumpkin-Beale (13), Tyre Birckett (13) and John Roberts (10) also scored in double digits for Delmar.

College basketball

WOMEN, Northeastern 64, Delaware 53: The Huskies sank 12 three-pointers while the Blue Hens hit just one in the CAA loss.

Northeastern made 21 field goals to 20 for Delaware.

Junior Nicole Enabosi led Delaware (12-7, 5-3 CAA) with 16 points, 12 rebounds and three steals for her 14th double-double in 19 games. Freshman Justina Mascaro added 11 points and a season-high seven rebounds while Kiersten West tallied nine points, four rebounds and two steals for the Hens.

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