Local roundup: Smyrna tops Lake Forest 8-6 in boys lax

Smyrna’s Jonathan Guzman battles against Lake Forest defenders in the first half at Smyrna. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

Five different players scored goals as Smyrna High topped Lake Forest, 8-6, in boys’ lacrosse on Friday afternoon.

Senior Jonathan Guzman netted three goals and an assist as the Eagles evened their record at 3-3.

Dakota Kerr added two goals with Jared Mullen, Matthew Miller and Cullen Porter accounting for Smyrna’s other goals. Miller made seven saves in goal.

Kade Collins tallied three goals for the Spartans (5-3), Reese Yost had two and Kurt Moyer scored one.

Smyrna teammates congratulate their goalie Matthew Miller (5) after he ran up field a scored a goal against Lake Forest in the first half at Smyrna. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

Del. Military 14, Dover 7: The Seahawks pulled away after the contest was tied 3-3 in the first quarter.

Thomas Gill had three goals, Will Niebrzydowski (2 assists) scored two with Demetrius Cave-Martin adding the other for the Senators. Anthony Tunnell made 10 saves.

First State Military 7, Woodbridge 6: The Bulldogs improved to 2-4 with the one-goal victory.

GIRLS, Dover 15, Sussex Tech 2: Riley McQuaide (1 assist) netted five goals with Grace Gast (1 assist) adding four in the Senators’ Henlopen Conference win.

Dover, which led 8-0 at halftime, got three goals from Angela Poole as well as a goal and three assists from Maddie Small.
Alexandra Sankoh made five saves with Britney Miller adding two.

Sussex Tech’s Tabitha Harris made 13 saves as the Senators outshot the Ravens, 35-12.

Padua 16, Smyrna 10: Emma Mayhew netted a game-high six goals for the Eagles in the loss.

Taylor Brittingham, Madeline Wilber, Julie Snow and Jessica Bergold also scored goals for Smyrna, which trailed 10-6 at halftime.

Baseball

Milford 7, Polytech 3: The Buccaneers broke a 3-3 tie with four runs in the top of the seventh in the Henlopen Conference game played at Frawley Stadium.

Bryce Greenly had three of Milford’s 12 hits with winning pitcher Brock Hilligoss scattering four hits.

Caesar Rodney 10, Woodbridge 2: The Riders (7-0 in conference, 9-1 overall) capped off their sixth-straight win with a five-run fifth.

Winning pitcher Brandon Hitch gave up only one run in four innings while adding a pair of doubles with three RBI for CR. Jackson Rall added two more of the Riders’ seven hits.

Regan Ogden had two hits for the Raiders.

Indian River 5, Sussex Tech 4: Brock Wingate had a pair of doubles as the Indians finished with 14 hits in the conference win.

Jacob Anderson, Robert Argo, Jason Killen and Cole Hitch also had two hits apiece for IR, which led 5-2 after the fifth.

Jason Genshaw had three of the Ravens’ 10 hits with Brayden Graham driving in two runs.

Girls’ soccer

Caesar Rodney 9, Sussex Central 0: Jessie Prillaman netted four straight first-half goals to pace the Riders to the Henlopen North win.

Macy Ramsey (3 assists) and Haley Schafer both scored twice with Emily Stewart adding CR’s other goal.

Macey Hamm stopped 12 shots for the Golden Knights.

St. Georges 2, Smyrna 1: Marissa McClenton scored the lone goal for the Eagles (4-2), who had a four-game winning streak snapped.

Cassidy Cook made five saves for Smyrna, which outshot the Hawks, 8-6.

Lake Forest 2, MOT Charter 1: The Spartans picked up a nonconference win in a game in which all three goals were scored in the first half.

Del. Military 4, Polytech 0: Alyssa-Lynn Brown made five saves for the Panthers, who were outshot 11-4.

Softball

Caesar Rodney 7, Woodbridge 3: The Riders snapped a five-game losing streak with the Henlopen Conference win.

Indian River 6, Sussex Tech 3: The Indians built a 6-0 lead in the top of the sixth before holding on for the conference victory.

Jakayla Sample homered for the Ravens.

Cape Henlopen 7, Delmarva Christian 1: The Vikings broke open a scoreless game with six runs in the third.

Kaeli Willey (double, 2 RBI), Kaniah James (double, 1 RBI) and Ryleigh Elliott (1 hit, 1 RBI) led Cape. Savannah Reed and Marissa Frederick combined to strike out six.

Grace Fetterman doubled for the Royals with Siera Jones scoring a run.

M.O.T. Charter 12, First State Military 11: M.O.T. rallied for seven runs in the fourth to edge the Bulldogs.

Boys’ volleyball

Delmarva Christian 3, Dickinson 2: The Royals rallied to win the match by scores of 22-25, 19-25, 25-14, 25-18, 15-10.

Pacing Delmarva Christian were Evan Timko (17 kills, 2 aces), Austin Giltner (12 kills, 2 aces), Benjamin Little (9 kills, 1 ace) and Seth Stevens (5 kills, 1 ace, 40 assists).

Indian River 3, Mt. Pleasant 0: The Indians won the match by scores of 25-16m 25-9, 25-14.

IR was led by Michael Barnes (10 kills, 3 aces), Mitchell McGee (9 kills, 5 aces), Andrew Scalard (6 kills, 1 ace) and Alexander Canseco Castro (4 aces, 3 digs, 20 assists).

College baseball

Delaware 5, James Madison 1: Winning pitcher Kyle Hinton struck out eight in 6.1 innings as the Blue Hens won for the fourth time in their last five CAA games.

Nick Patten (3-4, HR, 2B) and Colman Vila (2.2 IP, 5K) led Delaware (6-4 CAA, 19-16 overall) offensively.

The victory moved Delaware into sole possession of fourth place in the CAA standings, one-half game ahead of UNCW.

College lacrosse

WOMEN, Wofford 18, Delaware State 4: Lauren Perry’s goal gave the Hornets an early lead but the Terriers rolled from there in the contest, which was played at DE Turf Complex.

Perry scored twice while DelState also got one goal each from Tamrin Swann and Jasmine West. Elizabeth Henry made 11 saves.

Elon 10, Delaware 6: Junior Caroline Farley registered her third career hat trick, and first of the season, to go along with three draw controls for the Blue Hens (1-3 CAA, 6-9) in the CAA loss.

Senior captain Becky Gohsler added two goals while logging a game-high five draw controls.

College softball

Wesley earns split twinbill: Wesley College beat Penn State-Harrisburg, 1-0 in the nightcap to earn a split in a CAC doubleheader.

The Lions won the opener, 3-0.

Brooke Retkowski singled home Karina Cardona in the eighth inning to give the Wolverines the walk-off win in the second game.

Cardona led off the inning with a double.

Dori Loukopoulos pitched a four-hitter for her fourth shutout of the season for Wesley (3-8-1 CAC, 13-15-2).

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