Local roundup: Smyrna girls defeat Dover 10-7 in Henlopen girls lacrosse

Smyrna’s Raina Semenick brings the ball up field against Dover’s Bryanna Stamas in the first half of Wednesday’s lacrosse game. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

Six different players scored goals for Smyrna High as the Eagles topped Dover, 10-7, in Henlopen Conference girls’ lacrosse on Wednesday evening.

Julie Snow netted three goals and an assist for Smyrna (5-2), which led 3-1 at halftime.

Emma Mayhew and Madison Simpson both netted two goals while Madison Fillo, Madison Graham (1 assist) and Megan Keller scored the other goals for the Eagles. Katelynn Porter made 14 saves as Smyrna out-shot Dover, 23-21.

Superia Clark, Riley McQuaide and Ava Niebryzdowski had two goals apiece for the Senators (4-3) with Kyleigh Dill scoring the other.

Regan Torbert stopped 10 shots.

Sussex Academy 16, Sussex Tech 6: The Seahawks built a 12-2 halftime advantage before picking up the Henlopen Conference win.

Molly Martiner (4 goals, 2 assists), Annabella Guckes (3 g, 2 a), Isabella Kwan (3 g, 2 a) and Kelsey Smith (2 g, 2 a) were all
multiple scorers for Sussex Academy (4-4), which got nine saves from Peyton Hagy.

Morgan Johnson netted three goals for the Ravens while Breonda Wright stopped 10 shots.

Cape Henlopen 18, Indian River 0: The Vikings tallied 14 first-half goals in their win.

Tarrah Welch (4 g), Emily Monigle (3 g, 1 a), Chloe Schaeffer (2 g, 2 a), Lola Messick (2 g, 6 a) and Elizabeth Rishko (2 g, 1 a) all scored multiple goals for Cape, which out-shot the Indians, 24-3.

Allyson Clark made six saves for IR.

BOYS, Caesar Rodney 15, Polytech 3: The Riders led only 3-2 before netting six unanswered goals in the second quarter,

James Cava scored a game-high four goals for CR with Sean Wooleyhand (3 g, 3 a), Brian Page (2 g, 1 a) and Zachary Davis (2 g, 2 a) also leading the way. Jacob Stant made five saves.

Sussex Tech 6, Delmarva Christian 3: The Ravens took control with a four-goal second quarter in the win.

The Royals rallied for three goals in the fourth quarter.

Indian River 9, Milford 8: The Indians out-scored the Buccaneers, 4-1, in the fourth quarter to pull out the Henlopen South victory.

Thomas Harris tallied four goals for IR with five other players scoring one goal apiece. Samuel Miltner made 10 saves.

Jonathan Gaglione had three goals and an assist for Milford with Charles Hayes and Landan Hajek (1 a) adding two goals each. Ryan Frost made 14 saves.

Lake Forest 16, Woodbridge 5: Dylan Auen (1 assist), Zyaire Elliott (1 a), Brandon Tice and Kade Collins (2 a) scored three goals to pace the Spartans to the South win.

Joshua Kennedy added two goals with Caleb Secrist making seven saves.

Cape Henlopen 22, Sussex Central 3: The Vikings netted eight goals in each of the first two quarters of their Henlopen North win.

Cape was paced by Blake Gipko (3 goals), Luke D’Ambrogi (3 g), Gabriel Best (2 g), Gregory Boyce (2 g), Jack Dennis (2 g, 2 a), James Heid (2 g) and Robert Rickenbach (2 g). Thirteen players scored goals for the Vikings.

Softball

Delmar 14, Woodbridge 0: The Wildcats blanked the Raiders in a Henlopen Conference matchup.

Baseball

Delmarva Christian 3, First State Military 1: Drew Workman and Riley Culver combined to pitch a two-hitter with 12 strikeouts for the Royals.

Delmarva Christian (7-1) scored all three of its runs in the first inning, getting multiple hits from Michael Briggs and Workman.

Daniel Smith doubled and scored the Bulldogs’ run.

College baseball

UMBC 7, Delaware 4: The Retrievers jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first three innings before snapping the Blue Hens’ five-game winning streak.

Joseph Carpenter and Zack Miller had two hits apiece while Kevin Molhollen drove in a pair of runs for Delaware (12-20).

York 7, Wesley 5: The Wolverines stayed with the Spartans for most of the game before falling short.

Wesley (2-20-1) loaded the bases with one out in the ninth but couldn’t score against York (17-5).

Eight of the nine Wesley batters registered a hit while William Foster went 3-for-5 with a double and an RBI. Cory Joines and Jordan Marucci each went 2-for-4.

William Musser drove in a pair of runs while John Joines scored twice.

College softball

Delaware 13, Delaware State 3: The Blue Hens scored five runs in each of the first two innings to cruise to the win.

Karolina Flores finished 3-for-3 with three RBI and two runs scored to pace the 13-hit attack for Delaware (17-20). Hanna Garber, Anna Steinmetz, Brittney Mendoza and Reyna de Jesus each added two hits, with Mendoza driving home three and Brooke Glanden (Lake Forest) scoring three times.

The Hornets (6-24) scored three times in the top of the fifth as Jordan Casey singled home a run before Jaelyn Baker delivered a two-run single.

College lacrosse

MEN, Cabrini 25, Wesley 2: Jack Guzman and Kyle Mackall-Lloyd scored goals for the Wolverines in the loss. Goalie Dylan Sicca made 16 saves.

WOMEN, Cabrini 22, Wesley 5: Kaila Hindt got the Wolverines on the board early when she scored after a feed from Paige Brehm just 50 seconds into the game before Cabrini pulled away.

Hindt and Brehm led Wesley with two goals each. Kassie Dieter chipped in with a goal in the second half.

Youth football

Sussex Central holding signups: Sussex Central Pop Warner Football and Cheer registration is now open for the 2019 season.

All new and returning players are asked to be at the Georgetown Middle School cafeteria on Sunday from noon to 2 p.m. Organizers ask that players get there early as there are limited positions available.

Players should complete and bring the player contract, physical and medical release forms along with the participant’s birth certificate and a wallet-sized photo. All forms can be found on www.popwarner.com.

Football players from ages 7 to 12 and cheerleaders from ages 5 to 12 will be accepted.

The registration fee is $140 for the first participant and $100 for each additional sibling. Cheerleaders will be purchasing uniforms in August.

For more information, email: sussexcentralpw@gmail.com.

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