Pigskin Picks

Andy Walter, Delaware State News: 90-28

Tim Mastro, Delaware State News: 92-26

Craig Anderson, Delaware State News: 89-29

Jeff Mitchell, Sussex Post/Milford Chronicle: 95-23

Scott Abraham, WBOC-TV: 102-16

Today’s games

Mount Pleasant (7-3) at Smyrna (9-1), 7:30 p.m.

The Eagles roll back into the state tournament with an offense averaging 55 points per game.

AW: Smy, 56-12 ; TM: Smy, 50-13; CA: Smy, 48-26; JM: Smy, 48-13; SA: Smy, 45-28.

Sussex Tech (8-2) at Middletown (8-2), 7:30 p.m.

Ravens have to figure out how to turn around a 30-point loss to the Cavs in last year’s state tourney.

AW: Mid, 35-14; TM: Mid, 35-14; CA: Mid, 24-7; JM: Mid, 35-20; SA: Mid, 38-21 .

Saturday

Lake Forest (8-2) vs. Wilmington Friends (8-1), at Tower Hill, 1 p.m.

South champ Lake Forest is out to notch its first tourney win since taking the state title in 1995.

AW: Lake, 28-21; TM: Lake, 28-7; CA: Lake, 30-24; JM: Lake, 20-14; SA: Lake, 18-12.

Woodbridge (7-3) vs. Del. Military (9-1), at Baynard Stadium, 7:30 p.m.

Raiders put their five-game winning streak up against a DMA squad that hasn’t been easy to beat.

AW: DMA, 24-16; TM: DMA, 31-14; CA: DMA, 22-20; JM: Wood, 21-20; SA: DMA, 22-14.

College

Framingham State (9-1) at Wesley (9-1), noon

The Wolverines haven’t lost a first-round NCAA Division III playoff game in a decade.

AW: Wes, 52-13; TM: Wes, 49-14; CA: Wes, 38-14; JM: Wes, 28-17; SA: Wes, 42-21.

Delaware (2-6, 3-7) at Elon (3-4, 4-6), noon

The Blue Hens haven’t been able to find a way to win on the road all season.

AW: UD, 17-14; TM: UD, 14-10; CA: UD, 31-17; JM: Elon, 24-14; SA: Elon, 24-14.

Howard (1-6, 1-9) at Delaware State (0-7, 0-10), 2 p.m.

With a 15-game losing streak, the Hornets get their last chance to win a game this season.

AW: How, 22-18; TM: How, 24-7; CA:  DSU, 23-17; JM: DSU, 17-10; SA: DSU, 20-10.

 

 

 

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