Roundup: Big second half carries Salesianum to 24-0 win over CR

Salesianum broke open a close game in the second half to post a 24-0 victory over Caesar Rodney in nonconference football on Friday night at Baynard Stadium.

The Sals (2-0) only led 7-0 at halftime against the Riders (0-2). CR has now lost 10 straight against Sallies since 2008.

The Riders have been shut out in back-to-back games to start the season.

Baltimore Poly 28, Dover 21: The Senators fell to 0-2 with the nonconference road loss on Friday night.

The Engineers avenged a 28-20 loss at Dover last September.

Laurel 29, St. Elizabeth 20: The Bulldogs (1-1) stunned the Vikings (1-1) at home for their first win of the season.

The win was also the first for Laurel coach Eston Ennis, a former Bulldog player.

Woodbridge 48, Polytech 0: The Raiders (2-0) posted their second straight victory over a Henlopen North squad by blanking the Panthers (0-2).

Oakdale, Md. 41, Cape Henlopen 0: Oakdale blanked the Vikings (1-1) in a conference contest.

Oakdale beat Cape, 48-12, in last year’s meeting.

Interboro, Pa. 20, Sussex Central 16: Interboro topped the Golden Knights (1-1) for the second straight season.

Sussex Tech 48, Indian River 28: The Ravens improved to 2-0 with the win over the Indians (0-2).

IR jumped out to a 14-0 lead before Sussex Tech outscored the Indians by a combined 29-6, in the second and third quarters to take control.

Quarterback Tyzhir Morris ran for a pair of touchdowns and threw for another to pace the Ravens. Isaiah Brown scored on a 55-yard run.

George Martin scored three touchdowns for IR.

St. Mary’s, Md. 14, Delmar 6: The Wildcats fell to 1-1 with the nonconference loss.

Cambridge-South Dorchester, Md. 54, Seaford 6: Cambridge dropped the Blue Jays to 0-2 with the loss on Friday.

Volleyball

St. Mark’s 3, Smyrna 0: The Spartans won the nonconference match by scores of 25-14, 25-23 and 25-18.

Boys’ soccer

Sussex Tech 1, Georgetown Prep, Md. 0: Patrick Short’s goal in the 48th minute lifted the Ravens to their first win of the season.

Goalie Anthony Hitchcock made nine saves in the shutout.

College field hockey

Delaware 8, Columbia 2: Taylor Lister registered a career evening Friday as the junior tallied seven points on two goals and three assists as No. 12 Delaware posted the win.

In total, the six Hens accumulated a season-best 23 points on eight goals and seven assists. Holding on to a 3-1 lead at halftime, the Blue Hens tallied five goals in the second half.

College volleyball

Delaware 3, Miami 2: The Blue Hens opened their home season in exciting fashion with a thrilling five-set victory over Miami (Fla.) Friday night at the Bob Carpenter Center during the first day of the Delaware Invitational.

The Hens (5-5), who snapped a five-match losing skid, took the contest by set scores of 25-22, 25-22, 18-25, 23-25, 15-11. The Hurricanes fell to 5-5.

UD freshman Maria Bellinger led the Hens with a career-high 15 kills, while fellow rookie Bailey Pearlman also set her career-best with 13 kills on the night. Autumn Jenkins notched her third double-double of the year with 10 kills and 13 digs, Kori Rasmussen led the defensive effort with a career-high 15 digs, and Julia Anderson handed out 32 assists during the win.

College soccer

WOMEN, Stony Brook 2, Delaware 1: The Blue Hens (1-8) took a lead into the final minute of regulation before falling in double overtime at LaValle Stadium.

Goalie Kailyn Rekos notched a season-high 12 saves and senior Natalie Zelenky scored for the second straight game for the Blue Hens but it wasn’t enough as Stony Brook scored with 50 seconds left in regulation before tallying the game-winner 1:53 into the second overtime period.

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