Local roundup: Smyrna products lead Wesley to field hockey win

A pair of Smyrna High products scored to help the Wesley College field hockey team to a 2-0 victory at Cabrini on Saturday.

Kristen Fuhr scored off a penalty corner from Jessica Behornar in the first half. Julie Snow then extended the lead with a goal in the third quarter.

The Wolverines now stand 10-5 overall and 2-1 in the AEC.

Men’s soccer

Wesley 1, Immaculata 0: Dylan Chi got a hold of the ball for the Wolverines on a simple pass from Daniel Morrison to score the only goal of the game, 1-0 to end the first half.

It was Chi’s second goal of the season. Wesley moved to 8-5-1 overall and 2-1 in the AEC.

Women’s soccer

Wesley 2, Immaculata 1: The Wolverines traveled to Immaculta University looking for their third straight conference win and they did just that.

The Wolverines were down 1-0 but Jada Simon equalized and Emily Caldarelli netted the game-winner. Wesley is 3-0 in AEC play and 8-6 overall.

Field hockey

Cape Henlopen 5, Our Lady Good Counsel, Md. 0: Cameron Smith’s hat trick paced the Vikings as they improved to 12-1 on the season.

Noelle Sabbagh and Sydney Jefferson also score for Cape Henlopen.

Boys’ soccer

Delmarva Christian 4, Delmar 1: The Royals scored two goals in each half to capture the nonconference contest.

College volleyball

Neumann 3, Wesley 0: Set scores for the Wolverines were 20-25, 21-25, 13-25 as they fell in straight sets.

Defensively, Wesley had 50 digs in three sets, Emily Waldridge led with 13, very close behind was Caelli Clifford with 10 and Lindsay Burg contributing seven.

Emily Waldridge also led the offense with 10 kills. Trailing behind Waldridge was Mary Getty with eight and Regan Healey with five.

The Wolverines hit .179 to the Knights .272.

Lindsay Burg had 16 assists to help fuel the offense.

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