Local roundup: Senators shut out Smyrna 3-0 in Henlopen North soccer

Emerson Escalante-Diaz scored a pair of goals to lead the Dover High boys’ soccer team to a 3-0 victory over Smyrna High in Henlopen Conference Northern Division play on Thursday night.

Marquice Hannah added a goal for the Senators. It was the first win of the season for Dover who improved to 1-3.

Caesar Rodney 3, Sussex Tech 0: Braden Phillips’ two goals paced the Riders to a Henlopen North win.

Chikezie Ikwuagwu also scored for Caesar Rodney (4-2) while Spencer Ott had two assists.

Cape Henlopen 1, Sussex Central 0: Kannex Camarco provided the game’s lone goal as the Vikings earned a Henlopen North victory.

Sussex Academy 3, Milford 1: Ross Moshier, Kyle Berdini and Ryan Burke each scored a goal in Sussex Academy’s win.

Landon Hajek netted Milford’s goal.

Indian River 7, Lake Forest 0: Jared Cordoba scored twice while Yohanfer de Leon Mejia provided a goal and an assist for the Indians in the Henlopen South contest.

Volleyball

Caesar Rodney 3, Sussex Tech 0: The Riders won in straight sets by scores of 25-10, 25-9 and 25-15.

Jessica Crawford led the way with nine kills. Chloe Therese Mangubat and Amanda Eric chipped in four kills apiece.

Delmarva Christian 3, Polytech 0: Hannah Picconi recorded 12 kills and Mia Berger added seven as the Royals won 25-10, 25-22 and 25-19 over Polytech.

Cape Henlopen 3, Sussex Central 2: The Vikings took the five-setter 16-25, 25-21, 21-25, 25-16 and 15-9.

Sussex Academy 3, Milford 0: Set scores were 25-13, 25-13 and 25-16 as the Seahawks won in straight sets.

Indian River 3, Lake Forest 0: The Indians won in straight sets by scores of 25-13, 25-14 and 25-17.

Field hockey

Dover 3, Laurel 0: Superia Clark, Chelsea Johnson and Angela Poole each scored as the Senators earned a shutout victory.

Alayna Gigliotti had a pair of assists for Dover.

Caesar Rodney 3, Woodbridge 0: Jessie Prillaman’s two goals lifted the Riders while Jaylee Backus added one goal.

Haydan Lord recorded two assists for the Riders.

Indian River 2, Sussex Central 1: Rylie Cordrey and Brynn McCabe scored back-to-back goals as the Indians rallied from a 1-0 deficit.

Women’s soccer

Wesley 5, Rosemont 2: Four second-half goals powered the Wolverines on Thursday.

Emily Caldarelli got the game going with a goal in the first minute of the game.

Jada Simon registered her second goal of the season in the 47th minute of the game off a free kick. Rosemont cut into the Wesley lead in the 68th minute when Maciana Mazzeo converted a penalty shot.

Two minutes later, Mackenzie Forsythe put Wesley back up two goals with her fifth goal of the year off an assist from Caldarelli.

Both teams traded goals late in the game. In the 79th minute, Lauren O’Sullivan notched her second goal of the season off a feed from Amanda Moccaldi. Rosemont’s Emily Johnson would score 15 seconds later. Less than a minute after Rosemont’s goal, Caldarellu would net her second goal of the game off an assist from Kelsey Fitzpatrick.

Emily Magness and Kiyanna Gill split time in net for the Wolverines. Magness recorded four saves while Gill stopped a pair of shots.

Hofstra 1, Delaware 0: Junior Cali Loeffler had four saves on the night to keep Delaware close, while the Blue Hens gained seven corners, six in the second half, and rattled off nine shots on the night.

Field hockey

Arcadia 2, Wesley 0: Lauren Berry and Sidney Knott split halves in goal for the Wolverines. Berry and Knott each registered four saves during their respective halves.

Kasey Fry tallied two shots on net while Kaila Hindt, Kristen Fuhr and Jessica Behornar recorded a shot on target apiece.

Early in the first half, Jessica Behornar notched a defensive save, her second of the season.

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