Roundup: Cape dominates CR 49-8 in girls’ basketball

Caesar Rodney’s Stacey Deputy pulls down rebound in the second quarter at CR. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

Cape Henlopen High built a 30-point halftime lead before downing Caesar Rodney, 49-8, in Henlopen Conference Northern Division girls’ basketball on Thursday evening.

The Vikings (3-0 North, 3-1 overall) limited the Riders to just two field goals in a contest in which they opened up a 34-4 halftime advantage.

Cape’s Dania Cannon goes for an easy lay up against Caesar Rodney in the first quarter at CR. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

Cape’s Abbey Hearn, who sank four three-pointers, finished with 14 points and four rebounds. Dania Cannon (8 assists, 6 steals, 4 rebounds) and Carlin Quinn (7 rebounds) added 10 points each while Mehkia Applewhite pulled down 11 rebounds.

The Riders are 1-3 in the North and overall.

Smyrna 40, Milford 28: The Eagles out-scored the Buccaneers by a combined 21-8 in the second and third quarters in picking up the North victory.

Deleon Foster paced Smyrna with 11 points while Mikyia Smith added 10.

Rachel Sharp netted a game-high 15 points for Milford.

Woodbridge 55, Laurel 20: The Blue Raiders opened up a 33-2 halftime advantage in the South win.

Cha’Kya Smith had 14 points with Janeira Scott, Mikayla Serpa and Sierra Smith tallying eight points apiece for Woodbridge (3-0 South, 3-1 overall).

Na’Kayla Smith scored a team-high 12 points for the Bulldogs.

ECHS@DSU 33, Delmar 24: The Hornets out-scored the Wildcats, 7-2, in the fourth quarter to close out their first South victory.

Xavia Sample led ECHS@DSU with seven points.

M.O.T. Charter 38, First State Military 15: Jax Myers netted a career-high 20 points to lead M.O.T. Charter.

The Mustangs took a 28-12 lead into the fourth quarter.

Jshane Allen led the Bulldogs with 12 points.

Boys’ basketball

Woodbridge 89, Laurel 57: Kaheim Kimbrough-Roach netted 31 points and Ricky Kane added 23 as the Blue Raiders improved to 5-0.

Woodbridge, which led 43-25 at halftime, also got 15 points from Or’Mon Sanders and 10 from Noah Matthews.

Dontarius Jones (14), Javier White (13) and Corey Mumford (10) paced the Bulldogs.

Delmar 68, ECHS@DSU 55: The Wildcats held a 50-36 lead after three quarters before posting the South victory.

Wilm. Charter 45, First State Military 42: The Bulldogs cut a 10-point halftime deficit in half before falling short.

Jasiah Brooks netted 17 points for First State Military.

College field hockey

UD’s Strien honored: Delaware junior forward Femke Strien was named to the All-ECAC field hockey team on Thursday.

She is the 11th Blue Hen to receive the honors since 2004.

Strien, the CAA Player of the Year and NFHCA All-American selection, finished the year fourth in Delaware single-season history with 45 points (17g, 11a). She ranked seventh nationally with 2.25 points per game and 10th with 0.85 goals per.

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