Local roundup: Wildcats rally for 35-21 football win over Easton, Md.

Delmar High scored 35 unanswered points to rally for a 35-21 victory over previously-unbeaten Easton, Md. in a non-conference football game on Saturday afternoon.

The Wildcats (3-1), who were celebrating their homecoming, trailed 21-0 in the second quarter before closing within 21-14 at halftime.

With the contest tied, Jayln Warner caught a five-yard touchdown pass from Jacob VonArx with 9:24 remaining to give Delmar the lead for good. Von Arx then scored on a three-yard run with 49 seconds remaining to seal the win.

Woodbridge 13, Concord 6: The Raiders improved to 4-0 with the victory in a non-conference road game on Saturday.

Field hockey

Indian River 10, Delaware Military 3: Sophomore Emma Ruley tallied three of the Indians’ first four goals as IR improved to 7-0.

Rylie Cordrey and Kayler Townsend both scored for the Indians, who led 6-1 at halftime. Allyson Clark made four saves as IR out-shot the Seahawks, 52-10.

Boys’ soccer

Delmar 6, Salisbury School, Md. 0: Ryan Kowalski (1 assist) and Seth Hitch both scored twice to pace the Wildcats to the win.

Volleyball

Indian River 3, Delaware Military 1: The Indians won the final two games to claim a 25-21, 20-25, 25-14, 25-19 victory.

Raychel Ehlers (4 aces, 4 blocks, 15 digs) finished with 31 kills with Camryn Ehlers (5 kills, 11 digs, 24 assists) and Marianni Chavez Rodriquez (10 digs, 12 assists) also leading the way.

College field hockey

Wesley 4, Keystone 2: The Wolverines tallied the final two goals of the game to post the victory.

Jessica Behornar, Margaret Johnson, Alexiss Hulse and Carly Setting all scored goals as Wesley rallied from an early 1-0 deficit.

Sidney Knott made a pair of saves as the Wolverines out-shot Keystone, 17-4.

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