Local Roundup: Smyrna wrestlers win opener; Royal hoop teams triumph; Hen women top Army

Smyrna High collected nine pins as the Eagles downed St. Georges, 64-11, in their first dual-meet wrestling match of the season.

Josh Dailey (170 pounds) posted a 39-second fall while Anthony Wuest won in 45 seconds for Smyrna’s two quickest pins of the nonconference match.

Also winning by fall for the Eagles were Gregory Baum (145), Jack Davis (160), Dakota Kerr (182), Mason Wilson (195), Andrew DeBenedictis-Bayne (285), Joseph Natarcola (106) and Ryan Kelley (138).

Seaford 61, Arcadia, Va. 18: Elton Joseph (120), Richard Durham (126) and John French (132) reeled off three consecutive pins to spark the Blue Jays to the nonconference victory.

Thane Grimes (152), Anthony Cottone (160) and Karltay Bennefield (182) also had pins in less than a minute for Seaford.

Girls’ basketball

Delmarva Christian 47, Salisbury Christian 35: Kandice Schlabach netted 20 points to pace the Royals to the victory.

Delmarva Christian led 15-3 after the first quarter.

Boys’ basketball

Delmarva Christian 58, Salisbury Christian 44: Wyatt Kwiatkowski scored 17 points and Christopher Vonhof added 14 to lead the Royals.

College basketball

WOMEN, Delaware 70, Army 59: The Blue Hens outscored the Black Knights, 28-13, in the third quarter to take control in the nonconference win.

Sophomore Bailey Kargo led Delaware (5-4) with 15 points, including 12 in the third quarter, while junior Nicole Enabosi added her seventh double-double of the year with 15 points and 10 rebounds.

Sophomore Samone DeFreese also collected a double-double by posting 12 points and 11 rebounds to go along with three assists.

Delaware avenged a home loss to Army in the first meeting between the two programs’ a year ago. Enabosi now has 28 career double-doubles.

Robert Morris 65, Delaware State 42: The Hornets suffered a nonconference defeat and fell to 1-6 overall.

Delaware State was behind 22-9 at the end of the first quarter but cut the deficit to 34-28 at halftime. The Hornets were then outscored 31-14 in the second half.

DSU’s Lanayjha Ashe was the game’s top-scorer with 20 points on 7-of-15 shooting. Ryan Jones chipped in seven points for the Hornets.

Delaware State shot just 27 percent from the floor (13-of-47). Robert Morris (5-3 overall), meanwhile, shot 42 percent.

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