Local roundup: Wood’s three goals lifts Lake Forest in field hockey

Elle Wood

Elle Wood tallied three straight goals as Lake Forest High overcame an early deficit to down Laurel, 4-1, in Henlopen Conference Southern Division field hockey on Tuesday afternoon.

Haydan Parker scored the final goal for the Spartans (9-3-1), who finished with advantages of 11-8 in shots and 14-2 in corners.

Goalie August Lewis made seven saves in a contest that was tied 1-1 at halftime.

Peyton Givans scored a first-half goal for the Bulldogs with Jillian Harwood making seven saves.

Dover 4, Sussex Tech 0: Four players scored second-half goals as the Senators improved to 8-3-2.

Chelsea Johnson (1 assist), Superia Clark (1 assist), Bryanna Stamas and Ally Manifold all scored goals while Richana Brown made a pair of saves.

Dover held advantages of 16-4 in shots and 9-7 in corners.

Taylor Bullis and Kayla Brady made six saves each for the Ravens.

Polytech 1, Milford 0: Cecilia Rivera’s overtime goal gave the Panthers the Henlopen North win.

Indian River 7, Woodbridge 0: Kayler Townsend (2 assists), Brynn McCabe and Avery Congleton all scored twice in the Indians’ Henlopen South win.

Rylie Cordrey (2 assists) scored IR’s first goal with Caylee Schmidt stopping three shots.

The Raiders’ Alyssa Anthony made 10 saves.

Smyrna 4, Sussex Central 2: The Eagles built a 2-0 halftime lead before picking up the North win.

Delmar 11, Sussex Academy 1: Maci Bradford (1 assist) scored three goals while Logan Walls, Morgan Bradford and Mya Kemp all added two for the unbeaten Wildcats.

Delmar, which allowed only its fourth goal of the season, out-shot the Seahawks, 29-1.

Gianna Voges made 18 saves for Sussex Academy.

Boys’ soccer

Caesar Rodney 5, Smyrna 1: Spencer Ott (2 assists) and Lyod Coutilien (1 assist) both scored twice as the Riders (12-2) won their ninth game in a row.

Brandon Victory also scored for CR, which got six saves from Zander Omans. The Riders finished with edges of 18-8 in shots and 4-1 in corner kicks.

Lestath Savage Soley scored for Smyrna while got 10 saves from Shawn Mannering.

Polytech 1, Cape Henlopen 0: Dermot Williamson scored on a penalty kick in the 73rd minute to lift the Panthers.

Christian Cote made six saves as both teams took six shots.

Cape’s Alan Marin-Quiroz and Forest Dotterer combined for five saves.

Dover 4, Milford 3: The Senators out-scored the Buccaneers, 2-1, in the second half to post the North victory.

Laurel 2, Lake Forest 1: The Bulldogs scored the game’s last two goals, including one in overtime, to rally for the Henlopen South victory.

Sussex Central 3, Sussex Tech 2: Javier Escobar-Perez, Simrit Ramos-Escobar and Johnny Garcia all netted first-half goals to pace the Golden Knights.

Abner Bartolon-Berduo made three as Central out-shot the Ravens, 13-5.

Byron Suarez-Garcia and Patrick Short scored goals for Sussex Tech with Jodi Johnson making 10 saves.

Sussex Academy 2, Delmar 0: Michael Daniello and Ryan Burke tallied second-half goals to lift the Seahawks.

Woodbridge 3, Seaford 1: The Blue Raiders used two second-half goals to sew up the Henlopen South win.

Volleyball

Indian River 3, Woodbridge 0: The Indians captured the South victory by scores of 25-15, 25-11, 25-20.

Raychel Ehlers (18 kills, 1 ace), Camryn Ehlers (4 kills, 7 aces, 18 assists) and Siera Johnson (7 kills).

Sussex Central 3, Milford 0: The Golden Knights earned the North win by scores of 25-6, 25-11, 25-15.

Brenya Reid had 16 kills and a pair of aces for Central, Katelyn Evick had eight kills and two aces while Madelynn McTeer collected 19 assists.

College field hockey

Stockton 1, Wesley 0: The Ospreys (13-2) scored in overtime to edge the Wolverines (9-6).

Bridget Wood had a pair of saves for Wesley, which was out-shot 9-4.

College soccer

MEN, William & Mary 5, Delaware 1: The Tribe tallied four unanswered goals in the second half to break a 1-1 tie.

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