Local roundup: Senators post 4th soccer shutout 2-0 over Woodbridge

Dover’s Brendan Cook advances the ball past Woodbridge defender Brian Navarrete Contreras during the host Senators’ 2-0 soccer victory Tuesday night. Special to the Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh

Dover High tallied a goal in each half to down Woodbridge, 2-0, in boys’ soccer on Tuesday night.

It was the fourth shutout of the season for the Senators (5-7-2), who close their schedule by hosting Caravel on Thursday night.

Dover is 4-2-2 in its last eight games with two one-goal losses.

The Blue Raiders end the regular season with a record of 8-5-2 after having an eight-game unbeaten streak snapped.

Pedro Gonzales of Dover drives the ball upfield against Woodbridge Tuesday night.

Milford 1, Laurel 0: Samuel Dominguez scored on a penalty kick in the 78th minute to lift the Buccaneers.

Kirk Hammer made five saves for Milford, which out-shot the Bulldogs, 9-8.

Laurel’s Jailon Gillespie topped four shots.

Newark 4, Sussex Tech 1: Patrick Short netted the lone goal for the Ravens in the loss.

Jodi Johnson made five saves as Newark out-shot Sussex Tech, 14-9.

Dickinson 7, First State Military 1: The Bulldogs fell to the Rams in a non-conference contest.

Seaford 3, Mt. Pleasant 0: The Blue Jays scored three first-half goals in the victory on Monday.

Field hockey

Cape Henlopen 3, Dover 0: Reagan Ciabattoni tallied a goal in each half to pace the Vikings to the North win.

Noelle Sabbagh also scored for Cape, which finished with advantages of 11-2 in shots and 16-3 in corners.

The Senators’ Richana Brown made six saves.

Sussex Central 2, Caesar Rodney 1: The Golden Knights scored in overtime to edge the Riders in a Henlopen North matchup.

Woodbridge 2, Laurel 1: The Blue Raiders picked up a Henlopen South win over the Bulldogs.

Lake Forest 10, Seaford 0: Ruby Troutman collected a goal and a pair of assists in the Spartans’ South victory.

Ten different players had goals for Lake Forest, which led 9-0 at halftime.

Seaford’s Madelyn Breitenbach made five saves.

College soccer

WOMEN, Wesley 2, Neumann 0: Aleya Cummings (Caesar Rodney) and Emily Caldarelli both scored second-half goals for the Wolverines (6-1 AEC, 11-7 overall).

Goalie Kiyanna Gill made three saves for Wesley, which out-shot Neumann, 8-7.

College field hockey

Delmar’s Carr among Hens honored: Following a 2-0 conference weekend, the No. 12 Delaware swept the Colonial Athletic Association weekly honors.

Femke Strien was named the Player of the Week while Delmar High grad Ashlyn Carr garnered Rookie of the Week accolades. Strien earned the honors for the third time this season while Carr was named the Rookie of the Week for the second time.

Strien led Delaware with a career-best seven points, including her first career hat trick, in Friday’s 8-4 win at Hofstra. She also added one goal and one assist in Sunday’s 7-0 victory at Drexel.

Carr collected two goals in the win at Drexel in what was her second game this season with multiple goals. The freshman posted game-winning goals in both games this weekend.

College equestrian

DSU’s Gordon wins award: Delaware State Jumping Seat rider Erin Gordon has again been honored with an Eastern College Athletic Conference weekly award.

Gordon was named ECAC Flat Rider of the Week after stellar performances against University of Lynchburg and Sweet Briar last weekend. She has been honored by the conference after each of the Hornets’ three October competition weekends.

In the Lynchburg contest, Gordon earned Most Outstanding Flat Performer after topping all riders with a score of 83 aboard “PJ.” She also collected a point for the Hornets with a total of 82 on the Flat vs. Sweet Briar.

Gordon finished the Hornets’ fall schedule with an 11-3 overall record, including 6-1 on the Flat. She has received two MOP awards so far this season.

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