Local roundup: Snow leads Smyrna to 11-7 girls lacrosse win over Sussex Tech

Smyrna’s Julie Snow knocks the ball out of Sussex Tech’s Riley Dunn’s net in the first half. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

Julie Snow scored four goals and added one assists as the Smyrna High girls’ lacrosse team earned an 11-7 victory over Sussex Tech on Wednesday afternoon.

Madison Graham netted a pair of goals while Emma Mayew, Megan Keller, Madison Fillo, Madison Simpson and Ryla Wilbur also scored once. Smyrna has won its last three games to move to 3-1.

Nataleigh Hunter had four goals to lead Sussex Tech.

Smyrna’s Emma Mayew and Sussex Tech’s Riley Dunn battle for the ball in the first half at Smyrna.

Caesar Rodney 10, Sussex Academy 9: The Riders rallied from a three-goal halftime deficit to pull off the come-from-behind win.

Lillian Ayers and Graycie Bachman each had a hat-trick for Caesar Rodney. Kyleigh Comstock added two goals while Noelle Ruggiero and Madeline Bennett had one.

Polytech 18, Indian River 3: Mackenzie Estrada’s seven goals paced the Panthers to the victory.

Claire Fuchs followed with four goals and Holly Rembold scored twice for Polytech.

Cape Henlopen 19, Dover 4: The Vikings won their fifth game in a row to open the season.

BOYS, Caesar Rodney 16, Sussex Central 2: James Cava, Ryan Carey, Sean Wooleyhand and Zach Davis all had two-goal games in the Rider win.

Smyrna 20, Sussex Tech 0: Hunter McGuire and Cullen Porter both scored five times as the Eagles won on the road.

Ashton Pelton netted four goals and Jason Zeitler recorded a hat-trick.

Girls’ soccer

Delmarva Christian 9, Seaford 0: Nine different Royals scored as they improved to 3-1 on the season.

Grace Fetterman and Mara Agapito each provided a goal and an assist.

Boys’ volleyball

Delmarva Christian 3, A.I. du Pont 0: Chris Vonhof had five kills while Anthony Kwiatkowski and Wyatt Kwiatkowski followed with four each as the Royals picked up the victory in straight sets.

College baseball

Salisbury 18, Wesley 7: The Wolverines surrendered 12 runs in the final two innings as they suffered the road defeat.

William Musser homered to lead Wesley and William Foster doubled. Dustin Sutton, Foster, Musser, Kyle Schneider and Cory Joines each drove in a run.

Jimmy Adkins, a Delmar High product, went 3-for-5 and had three RBI for Salisbury.

Delaware 6, Rider 1: With the win in a game played Tuesday, Delaware will now face Lafayette in the Liberty Bell Championship game for the second consecutive year at Citizens Bank Park later this month.

Freshman Jack Dubecq was outstanding for the second week in a row, tossing six scoreless innings, allowing just two hits and striking out two to earn his first collegiate win. Sophomore Winston Allen came out of the pen to earn the save, throwing the final three innings, allowing just two hits and striking out three. Neither hurler allowed a walk in the game.

Offensively, four different Blue Hens had multi-hit performances with Kevin Mohollen and Jack Goan both driving in two and scoring a run, along with both jacking homeruns in the contest. Freshman Joseph Carpenter continued to swing the bat well, finishing 2-for-3 with a walk to extend his streak to 19 straight games reaching base safely.

College softball

Hens split at Monmouth: Delaware earned a 5-4, 10-inning victory during the opener before dropping a 2-1 decision in the nightcap.

Lake Forest High grad Brooke Glanden plated Brittney Mendoza to win the first game for Delaware. Mendoza led the offense with a double.

Wesley swept at Stevenson: The Wolverines dropped a pair of games 8-4 and 2-1 on Wednesday.

Karina Cardona and Ashley Royer each had a home run for the Wolverines in the first game. Cardona then homered again in the second.

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