Roundup: Bowman scores winning TD as Milford nips Cape 28-27 in OT

Milford sparkplug David Bowman fights his way into the Viking secondary for a big gain. (Special to the Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh)

David Bowman scored the winning touchdown in overtime as Milford High edged Cape Henlopen High 28-27 on Friday night.

Cape Henlopen scored first in overtime but did not convert the point after attempt. Bowman tied the game at 27-27 before Jonathan Gaglione kicked the extra point.

Milford receiver Parker Chandler uses his height advantage and jumping ability to snare a go-ahead touchdown pass with seconds left in the first half of game against Cape. (Special to the Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh)

Bowman paced Milford with a pair of touchdowns, including the 55th of his career which broke a Milford school record. Kolbi Wright led Cape Henlopen with two rushing touchdowns.

Delmar 49, Seaford 0: Six different players scored rushing touchdowns in Delmar’s Henlopen Conference Southern Division win.

Trey Parsons, Brooks Parker, Te’Shaun Dennard, Dante Trader, D’Juan McGriff and DaKarai Beasley each had a rushing score.

Jacob VonArx also threw a touchdown to Carson Phillips.

Woodbridge 35, Lake Forest 0: The Blue Raiders bounced back from their first defeat of the year last week with a shutout victory over Lake Forest on Friday.

Volleyball

Smyrna 3, Wilmington Friends 0: The Eagles earned the nonconference victory in straight sets 25-22, 25-20, 25-20.

College field hockey

Delaware 3, William & Mary 1: Delaware remained perfect in conference play Friday evening with a huge 3-1 victory against No. 18 William & Mary at Fred P. Rullo Stadium.

With the win, the Hens improve to 11-4 overall and 3-0 in conference play while the Tribe fall to 11-5 on the year and 3-1 in the CAA.

Junior Greta Nauck put Delaware on board first with her 17th goal of the season in the seventh minute with assists coming from freshman Lotte de Koning and senior Taylor Lister.

Senior Lauren Crudele registered her second straight game with a goal in the 18th minute while junior MaryCate Butler captured her first career goal in the 53rd minute.

Senior Emmeline Oltmans collected three saves for Delaware while sophomore Sarah Horgan picked up a defensive save.

Estelle Hughes logged the lone goal of the evening for William & Mary. Morgan Connor notchd three saves in the cage while Erin Menges and Cassidy Goodwin each recorded a defensive save.

College volleyball

Delaware 3, William & Mary 2: Delaware, which improved to 4-15 overall and 2-7 in the Colonial Athletic Association, captured the match by set scores of 25-20, 19-25, 12-25, 25-23, 15-11. William & Mary dropped to 4-19 overall and 1-8 in league play.

Blue Hen outside hitter Maria Bellinger paced Delaware with 19 kills and 11 digs, while Brooke Robertson added a double-double of her own with a season-high 15 kills and 11 digs. Daria Robinson contributed 11 kills and four blocks, while Courtnie Roberts handed out 28 assists and Abby Skryd chipped in with 18 assists and nine digs.

Maddie Judge led the defensive effort with 13 digs, while Julia Hayes made four blocks on the night.

Wesley 3, Penn State Harrisburg 1: Set scores went 18-25, 30-28, 25-23, 25-22 on senior night for the Wolverines.

After dropping the first set, Wesley rifled off three straight set wins, including a back-and-forth second set where Wesley was facing four set points and came back to win the set.

Tionne Graves-Brown collected her 10th kill-dig double-double of the season behind an 11 kill, 10 dig effort. She also tallied two service aces and two blocks.

Courtney Olson notched nine kills and two blocks. Jessica Tynes secured 12 digs, seven kills and three service aces.

Tania Rounds, Codi Ziolkowski and Nadia Hopkins each recorded five kills for the Wolverines. Hopkins blocked five Lion attacks while Rounds added three blocks. Ziolkowski chipped in with two blocks of her own.

Lindsay Burg dished out a team-high 18 assists along with eight digs. Teaghen Vogelsang handed out 14 assists.

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