Pigskin Picks

Here’s the State News picks for the third week of the high school football season.

Pigskin Picks
Andy Walter, Delaware State News: 22-7
Tim Mastro, Delaware State News: 25-4
Ben Heck, Milford Chronicle: 16-13
Glenn Frazer, 105.9-FM: 21-8
Matt Pencek, WBOC-TV: 20-9

Today’s games. Games start at 7 p.m. unless noted.
St. Andrews (0-1) at Seaford (0-2), 5 p.m.
The Jays will try to pick up their first win against a St. Andrews team that’s lost 5 in a row.
AW: Seaford, 14-6; TM: Seaford, 20-7; BH: SA, 21-10; GF: Seaford, 16-13; MP: Seaford, 35-14.
Cape Henlopen (0-2) at Northeast, Md. (3-0), 6:30 p.m.
It’s been a tough start for the Vikings whose schedule doesn’t get any easier this week.
AW: N-east, 38-14; TM: N-east, 35-21; BH: N-east, 31-14; GF: N-east, 36-14; MP: N-east, 42-20.
Polytech (1-1) at Milford (0-2)
Poly wants to build off last week’s win while Bucs are trying to get thier season on track.
AW: Milford, 22-16; TM: Milford, 22-21; BH: Milford, 17-14; GF: Poly, 28-20; MP: Poly, 28-21.
Mt. Pleasant (1-1) at Sussex Tech (1-1)
After topping the Knights by 41 last year, Ravens look to get back over .500 on the year.
AW: Tech, 34-13; TM: Tech, 42-14; BH: Tech, 21-17; GF: Tech, 32-13; MP: Tech, 35-13.
Sussex Central (1-1) at Caravel (0-2)
Central is just 1-4 in its last five road games but Caravel has struggled so far this year.
AW: Central, 41-8; TM: Central, 35-7; BH: Central, 28-7; GF: Central, 34-17; MP: Central, 42-14.
Wilmington Friends (2-0) at Woodbridge (1-1)
The Raiders will look to make it four in a row over the Quakers in their Division II rivalry.
AW: Wood, 26-14; TM: Wood, 28-14; BH: Wood, 31-24; GF: Wood, 28-24; MP: Wood, 21-20.
St. Mark’s (2-0) at Indian River (1-1)
IR could use a bounce-back win but that won’t be an easy task against the Spartans.
AW: SM, 49-14; TM: SM, 42-17; BH: SM, 28-10; GF: SM, 30-20; MP: SM, 35-14.
Lake Forest (1-1) at A.I. DuPont (2-0)
Lake faces tough road test against A.I., which has scored 108 pts. in its first two games.
AW: AI, 47-20; TM: AI, 42-20; BH: AI, 31-20; GF: AI, 33-26; MP: AI, 49-14.
Laurel (1-1) at Washington, Md. (0-3)
The Bulldogs look to bounce back after a two-point setback to St. E’s last Saturday.
AW: Laurel, 42-7; TM: Laurel, 31-14; BH: Laurel, 24-14; GF: Laurel, 32-8; MP: Laurel, 28-7.
Saturday’s games
Dover (2-0) at Concord (0-2), 10:30 a.m.
The unbeaten Senators want to stay hot but morning road games require extra focus.
AW: Dover, 33-12; TM: Dover, 42-14; BH: Dover, 28-10; GF: Dover, 31-14; MP: Dover, 28-14.
Caesar Rodney (1-1) at William Penn (0-2), 1 p.m.
The Riders are anxious to rebound from last week’s disappointing loss to St. Georges.
AW: CR, 21-13; TM: WP, 14-7; BH: CR, 28-16; GF: CR, 22-18; MP: CR, 21-18.
Delmar (2-0) vs. St. Elizabeth (2-0), at Baynard Stadium, 7 p.m.
Wildcats have to travel the length of the state in search of their third victory of the year.
AW: Delmar, 34-16; TM: Delmar, 33-17; BH: Delmar, 34-28; GF: Delmar, 34-18; MP: Delmar, 49-20.
William Paterson (0-1, 0-2) at Wesley (1-0, 2-0), 1 p.m.
After last week’s lopsided win, Wesley just needs to stay focused on the job at hand.
AW: Wesley, 56-6; TM: Wesley, 56-10; BH: Wesley, 27-10; GF: Wesley, 44-17; MP: Wesley, 35-10.
Delaware (2-1) at North Dakota State (2-0), 2 p.m.
The Blue Hens have their work cut out for them if they want to hang with the No. 1 Bison.
AW: NDS, 35-10; TM: NDS, 31-13; BH: NDS, 34-17; GF: NDS, 30-16; MP: NDS, 49-17.

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