ROUNDUP: Brengle rallies in French Open win

Dover’s Madison Brengle rallied for a 1-6, 6-3, 13-11 victory over Julia Goerges at the French Open on Sunday.

Goerges, from Germany, is ranked 51st in the world while Brengle is No. 82.

The match lasted two hours and 47 minutes. Leading 40-30, Brengle finally took the deciding point with a backhand winner.

Brengle is next slated to play Switzerland’s Timea Bacsinszky, who currently holds the No. 31 ranking.

Madison Brengle


Cape game at Frawley: Eighth-seeded Cape Henlopen High will face No. 1 Conrad as part of a DIAA baseball state quarterfinal doubleheader at Frawley Stadium on Tuesday.

The Vikings will face Conrad at 4 p.m. with Newark Charter taking on Caravel at 7 p.m. Cape is the only Henlopen Conference team remaining in the tourney.

College track & field

Wolverines make All-American: The Wesley College women’s 4×400-meter relay team of Elizsha Streeter, Quadira Minus, Angel Hall and Briana Artis as well as Roland Attoh-Okine attain All-American status on the final day of the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field National Championships.

The event was held at the SPIRE institute in Geneva, Ohio.

Attoh-Okine finished fifth in the 110-meter hurdle finals with a time of 14.32 seconds to collect his first outdoor All-American honor. Attoh-Okine is a two-time indoor All-American in the 60-meter hurdles.

The women’s quartet placed sixth in the 4×400-meter relay finals, clocking in at 3:45.81. It is the second time the group has recorded outdoor All-American status. The relay team has also notched All-American accolades twice in the indoor 4×400-meter relay.

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