Roundup: Cape Henlopen wins high-scoring battle vs. Dover 50-36

Three different players scored two touchdowns apiece as Cape Henlopen High outdueled Dover, 50-36, in a high-scoring Henlopen North football matchup on Friday night.

The win snapped a five-game losing streak for the Vikings (1-4 North, 3-6 overall), who scored 20 points in both the second and fourth quarters.

Kolbi Wright, Joseph Kirby and Zachary Dale each had a pair of TDs. Dale caught a pair of scoring passes from quarterback Samuel Jones while Kirby scored on a 66-yard run in the first half.

Sophomore Javon Peace scored three touchdowns for the Senators (1-4, 2-7), who close the season at Caesar Rodney on Thursday night. QB Jordan Magee threw for a pair of TDs and ran for another.

Woodbridge 41, Indian River 0: The Raiders posted their third straight shutout and fifth in the last six games in picking up the South victory.

Woodbridge plays at Delmar on Friday night with the Henlopen South title on the line.

Seaford 20, Red Lion Christian 16: The Blue Jays evened their record at 4-4 with the nonconference win.

College field hockey

Delaware 3, Northeastern 1: Down by one at halftime, the No. 8 Blue Hens scored three unanswered goals to advance in the Colonial Athletic Association semifinals on Friday.

Top-seeded Delaware (14-4) advances to the CAA championship match for the fifth straight season and eighth time overall. The Hens will host third-seeded William & Mary at 1 p.m. Sunday.

Northeastern (8-12) held the Hens without a goal for the first 37 minutes of the contest before senior Taylor Lister posted the equalizer with a tip-in from junior Greta Nauck. Just 36 seconds later, Nauck, the CAA Player of the Year for the second consecutive year, registered the game-winner off an assist from Lister.

Junior Michaela Scanlon added the insurance goal with just 45 seconds remaining in the contest. Classmate Lisa Giezeman recorded the assist on the play.

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