Local roundup: Riders win 7th straight, down rival Dover 12-4 in boys lacrosse

Caesar Rodney’s Tyler Morris gets pressure from Dover’s Tkai Perry in the second quarter at CR. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

Sean Wooleyhand and Tyler Morris netted three goals apiece as the Caesar Rodney High boys’ lacrosse team earned a 12-4 win against Dover High on Wednesday night.

Caesar Rodney led 6-4 at halftime before holding the Senators scoreless in the second half. It was the seventh win in a row for Caesar Rodney after a 1-3 start to the season.

James Cava and Evan McCleary added two goals each for the Riders. Brian Page and Ryan Carey rounded out the CR scoring.

Thomas Gill and Derrick Madison both scored twice to lead Dover.

CR’s Zachery Davis gets Logan Blankenship of Dover’s stick across the neck.

Delmarva Christian 14, Salisbury School, Md. 9: The Royals took a 5-2 lead after the first quarter and held on for the victory on Wednesday.

GIRLS, Polytech 13, Sussex Tech 10: Jazmine Winfield’s five goals paced the Panthers while Holly Rembold and Claire Fuchs each recorded a hat-trick.

Morgan Johnson scored six times for Sussex Tech.

Caesar Rodney 13, St. Thomas More 1: The Riders captured the nonconference matchup on Wednesday.

Worcester Prep, Md. 21, Dover 8: The Senators dropped the out of state contest despite a hat-trick by McQuiade.

Kyleigh Dill and Superia Clark each added two goals.

Sussex Academy 18, Indian River 3: Molly Martiner provided four goals to pace the Seahawks to the win.

Annabella Guckes, Isabella Kwan, Clara Elliott and Margaret Smith all had a hat-trick.


Sussex Tech 11, Cape Henlopen 0: Taylor Wroten struck out 14 during a six-inning outing as the Ravens earned the shutout in a Henlopen Conference Northern Division contest.

Delmar 5, St. Michael’s 4: Ashlyn Tapman had a pair of hits and two RBI at the plate while also earning the victory in the pitcher’s circle.

Delaware Military Academy 7, Sussex Central 6: The Golden Knights fell in a 10-inning battle Wednesday.

Izebella Grebe led Sussex Central with two hits and Aryanna Briddell homered.


Caravel 4, Sussex Central 0: The Golden Knights were held to one hit as they dropped the road contest.

Cade Keeler had a double to lead Sussex Central.

College softball

Delaware 5, La Salle 3: Julia Solderitch delivered a two-run single with bases loaded in the bottom of the sixth inning to put Delaware in front as Delaware won its final non-conference game of the year.

Solderitch finished 2-for-2 with three RBI to pace the Delaware attack, while Karolina Flores was also 2-for-2 with three runs scored.

Men’s lacrosse

Seven UD players earn CAA honors: After posting their highest regular season win total since 2006, the Blue Hens had the highest total of student-athletes ever honored on All-CAA teams.

Junior Charlie Kitchen became the first Blue Hen to earn CAA Offensive Player of the Year accolades since Curtis Dickson in 2010, while freshman Tye Kurtz was named CAA Rookie of the Year, marking the first time a Delaware player earned the award since Alex Smith in 2004.

Kitchen also earned First Team All-CAA honors and was joined by Dean DiSimone and Austin Haynes. It was the second year in a row that the trio earned first team recognition.

Named to the second team were Alex Brunner, Thomas Aloe and Matt DeLuca, while Tye Kurtz was named to the All-Rookie team.

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