Roundup: Bergold leads Smyrna hockey team by CR 4-0

Smyrna’s Alexis Moore, left, takes a shot on goal as CR’s Elisabeth Isaacs, center, and goalie Jasmin Hall defend at CR on Tuesday. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

Jess Bergold scored a goal in each half as Smyrna High blanked Caesar Rodney, 4-0, in Henlopen Conference field hockey on a rainy Tuesday afternoon.

Maddy Wilber and Alexis Moore also scored goals for the Eagles, who led 2-0 at halftime.

Katelyn Porter made five saves to earn the shutout. Smyrna finished with advantages of 13-5 in shots and 10-8 in corners.

Lauren Caulk had seven saves with Jasmin Hall adding three for the Riders.

Lake Forest 1, Sussex Tech 0: Grace Aguilar’s overtime goal gave the Spartans the conference win.

August Warren made one save as Lake Forest held edges of 8-1 in shots and 5-4 in corners.

Smyrna’s Alexis Moore, left, reaches for the ball over CR’s Elisabeth Isaacs at CR on Tuesday. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

Grace Lee had seven saves for the Ravens.

Cape Henlopen 10, Laurel 0: Kaylie Truitt and Lindsay Monigle (2 assists) each scored twice as eight different Vikings scored in the conference victory.

Milford 8, Seaford 0: The Buccaneers blanked the Blue Jays in a Henlopen Conference matchup.

Tome, Md. 6, St. Thomas More 2: Zoe Kelly scored both goals for the Ravens in the loss.

Goalie Ryan Anderson made nine saves for St. Thomas More as Tome outshot the Ravens, 14-5.

Boys’ soccer

Smyrna 2, Wilmington Friends 1: Dakota Kerr’s goal in the 68th minute snapped a 1-1 tie and gave the Eagles the victory.

Fitzgerald Freeman tallied a first-half goal for Smyrna while Abdul Musa made 11 saves as the Eagles were outshot, 12-4.

Lake Forest 9, Del. Public Safety & Security 1: Jarred Camper, who scored twice, was one of eight Spartans to score in the contest.

Also scoring for Lake Forest were Cameron Beulah, Tyler Chalmers, Jonathan Gomez-Garcia, Coleman Morris, Noah Morrow, Andrew Smith and Griffin Martinez.

Sussex Central 1, Milford 0: Kel Ordonez-Garcia’s first-half goal lifted the Golden Knights to the victory.

CR’s Jessie Prillaman reaches for the ball against smyrna’s Alexis Moore at CR on Tuesday. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

Central held advantages of 15-2 in shots and 7-0 in corner kicks.

St. Mark’s 3, Polytech 2: Patrick O’Brien scored in the first half with Joshua Wingfield scoring in the second for the Panthers in the nonconference loss.


Indian River 3, Cape Henlopen 2: The Indians won the final two sets to rally for the 25-13, 22-25, 22-25, 25-21, 15-10 win.

Freshman Raychel Ehlers had 20 kills and a pair of aces for IR, which also got 30 assists from McKenzie Johnson and 11 digs from Jessica Amezuca.

Cape was paced by Sophia Spinelli (18 kills, 2 aces, 10 digs), Logan Shuttleworth (8 kills, 3 aces, 3 blocks, 7 digs, 26 assists) and Emily Lamb (23 digs).

Tower Hill 3, Smyrna 0: The Eagles fell to the Hillers by scores of 25-18, 25-12, 25-21.

Delmarva Christian 3, Sussex Tech 0: The Royals downed the Ravens, 28-26, 25-16, 25-11 in a nonconference match.

CR’s Hayden Lord hits the ball against Smyrna at CR on Tuesday. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

Gabrielle Book and Camryn Breasure had eight kills apiece for Delmarva Christian while Ashlyn Stonebraker added three aces and 17 assists.

Newark Charter 3, First State Military 0: The Patriots won the match by scores of 25-10, 25-13, 25-10.

College football

Wesley’s Woodruff honored: Wesley College freshman defensive end Stefon Woodruff was named to the Team of the Week for his performance in Wesley’s 33-0 shutout win over TCNJ on Saturday.

The St. Georges grad, who transferred from Delaware in the offseason, had four sacks, including one that caused a fumble that the Wolverines recovered in the fourth quarter.

College soccer

MEN, Washington College 4, Wesley 1: Chimaobi Ikwuagwu (Caesar Rodney) netted the only goal for the Wolverines in the loss.

Goalie Jake Price made eight saves for Wesley (1-8), which was outshot 27-7.

College volleyball

Wesley 3, Lancaster Bible 0: The Wolverines improved to 9-3 with the 29-27, 25-7, 25-14 victory.

College field hockey

Hens up to 5th in poll: Delaware moved up one spot to No. 5 in this week’s Penn Monto/National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division I poll.

Delaware (6-1) received 975 points and two first-place votes following Sunday’s 2-0 shutout win over then-No. 2 Penn State.

Connecticut (7-0), the Blue Hens opponent this coming Sunday, remained in the No. 1 spot with 1,165 points and 43 first place votes.

Delaware returns home this weekend to host No. 20 Albany (3-3) at 6 p.m. on Friday and No. 1 Connecticut on Sunday at noon. Admission at Rullo Stadium is free.

UD’s Oltmans honored: Delaware goalie Emmeline Oltmans collected her first Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Week honors Tuesday.

The senior led No. 6 Delaware to a 2-0 victory over the previously-undefeated Nittany Lions (7-1). Oltmans posted eight saves, including a crucial penalty stroke stop in the 52nd minute, to help the Hens to shutout a top-four opponent for just the second time in program history.

Oltmans is the Hens’ career leader for minutes played (4911:44) and wins (54) and is seventh all-time with 10 shutouts and ninth with 248 saves.

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