Roundup: Caravel defeats host Riders 3-0 in nonconference volleyball

Caesar Rodney celebrates a point against Caravel on Tuesday at CR. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

Caravel posted a 3-0 victory over Caesar Rodney High in a nonconference volleyball match on Tuesday evening.

The Buccaneers won by scores of 25-16, 25-17, 26-24, in snapping CR’s two-match winning streak.

Leading the way for CR (5-3) were Chloe Therese Mangubat (8 kills, 10 digs), Jessica Crawford (2 kills, 3 aces, 5 digs, 13 assists) and Ana Lucia Villabona (5 kills, 6 digs, 7 assists).

Indian River 3, Delmarva Christian 2: The Indians (8-0) rallied to win the final three sets and remain unbeaten.

IR won the match by scores of 21-25, 18-25, 25-12, 25-19, 15-9.

The Indians were led by freshman Raychel Ehlers (27 kills, 9 digs), McKenzie Johnson (4 kills, 41 assists), Jessica Amezcua (17 digs) and Carly Collins (4 kills, 13 digs).

CR’s Chloe Therese Mangubat, left, and Jessica Shuba go for a dig against Caravel on Tuesday at CR.

The Royals (8-1) were paced by Gabrielle Book (14 kills), Hannah Picconi (9 kills, 3 aces), Camryn Thompson (9 kills, 1 ace, 11 digs), Olivia Berger (4 kills, 2 aces, 10 blocks, 30 assists) and Siera Jones (2 aces, 23 digs).

Lake Forest 3, Sussex Central 0: The Spartans earned the victory by scores of 25-17, 25-14, 25-22.

Baleigh Lambert had seven kills for the Golden Knights while Devan Hudson and Macey Hamm had four aces each.

Delmar 3, Milford 0: The Wildcats picked up the Henlopen South victory by scores of 25-20, 25-22, 25-10.

Celia Reinhardt had three kills and four digs for the Buccaneers with Nadia Delva adding a kill, four aces and three digs.

Cape Henlopen 3, Sanford 2: The Vikings dominated the first two sets before coming back to win the nonconference match in a tiebreaker.

Cape won by scores of 25-8, 25-12, 27-29, 27-29, 15-7.

ECHS@DSU 3, Del. Public Safety & Security 1: The Hornets won the match by scores of 17-25, 25-19, 25-18, 25-17.

Howard 3, Woodbridge 1: The Wildcats won the tightly-contested match, 25-23, 26-24, 17-25, 26-24.

Field hockey

Dover 3, Caesar Rodney 2: The Senators tallied three goals in the first 15 minutes of the contest before holding off the Riders.

CR’s AnA Lucia hits for a point against Caravel on Tuesday at CR.

Ally Manifold (1 assist) scored twice with Chelsea Johnson (1 assist) adding the other goal for Dover, which finished with advantages of 17-6 in shots and 12-5 in corners. Madison Francois made four saves.

Hayden Lord and Stephanie Horne scored CR’s goals while Jasmin Hall made 16 saves.

Lake Forest 4, Woodbridge 0: The Spartans’ Elle Wood tallied two second-half goals to put away the conference win.

Kaitlyn Stahre and Grace Aguilar scored one goal apiece as Lake Forest finished with advantages of 17-3 in shots and 11-5 in corners.

The Raiders’ Katie Adams made 12 saves.

Polytech 7, Sussex Central 1: Lacy Bayley (1 assist) and Devon Ott each scored a pair of goals to pace the Panthers.

Polytech’s other goals came from Madilyn McKay, Tara Bond (1 assist) and Mairead McKibbin with Holly Rembold making four saves.

Ma’Ryah Hagans scored the Golden Knights’ goals while Morgan Hudgins-Burton made 17 saves.

Cape Henlopen 2, Sussex Tech 0: Annie Judge and Catherine Frederick tallied first-half goals as the Vikings won their fifth game in a row.

Cape finished with advantages of 38-3 in shots and 13-3 in corners. The Vikings’ Lori Ferguson made two saves.

CR’s Amanda Eric spikes for a point against Caravel on Tuesday at CR.

Grace Lee had 21 saves for the Ravens.

Delmar 11, Laurel 0: Ten different players scored goals for the Wildcats.

Morgan Fletcher had two goals and a pair of assists for Delmar, which led 6-0 at halftime.

The Bulldogs’ Kaegen Brittingham made 12 saves.

Indian River 7, Seaford 0: Rylie Cordey (2 assists) and Avery Congleton (1 assist) each scored twice for the Indians.

Sammi Whelen, Morgan McGee and Drew Szlasa also scored for IR.

Brianna Jenkins made four saves for the Blue Jays.

Smyrna 3, Appoquinimink 0: Jessica Bergold tallied a pair of first-half goals in the Eagles’ win on Monday.

Kayla Wilson scored in the second half with Katelynn Porter stopping four shots.

St. Thomas More 5, Christiana 0: Lily Fannin scored the Ravens’ last two goals in their nonconference win.

Zoe Kelly (2 assists), Ellie Kim (1 assist) and Ally Windham also scored for St. Thomas More.

Boys’ soccer

St. Thomas More 6, Freire Charter 1: Benjamin Stant scored three goals to lead the Ravens.

CR’s Jessica Shuba hits against Caravel on Tuesday at CR.

De’Markus Lee added two goals with Matthew Sadusky scoring the other.

Sussex Tech 3, Sussex Academy 2: Axel Guox-Chun and Eliel Gonzalez-Gomez had second-half goals for the Ravens which also scored on an own goal.

Marcus Espinoza-Cortez and Ryan Burke scored for the Seahawks.

Indian River 3, Sussex Central 2: The Indians netted three second-half goals to overcome a 2-0 halftime deficit.

Jared Cordoba, Wilberth Gonzalez Gomez and Oscar Cruz Osorio (1 assist) all scored for IR while Bastian Perry made nine saves.

Yordan Morales-Perez and Yunior Cruz scored goals for the Golden Knights with Kade Bullock stopping eight shots. Central held advantages of 11-10 in shots and 8-4 in corner kicks.

Peddie School, N.J. 3, Cape Henlopen 1: Zach Gelof netted a first-half goal for the Vikings in the loss.

Jakob Gelof made 14 saves as both teams finished with 17 shots.

Delmarva Christian 2, Delmar 2: Ben Little (1 assist) and Layton Rush scored for the Royals in the tie.

Delmarva Christian Liam Catron made 12 saves.

Dawson Shores and Ryan Kowalski scored for the Wildacts.

College volleyball

Wesley 3, Washington Adventist 0: The Wolverines posted the win by scores of 25-10, 25-6, 25-7 on Tuesday.

Tionne Graves-Brown had a match-high eight kills on 15 attempts for Wesley (13-6). Regan Healey notched seven kills and six service aces; Codi Ziolkowski picked up six kills while Jessica Tynes and Nadia Hopkins each recorded five kills, respectively.

Lindsay Burg dished out 24 assists and dug out six attacks.

College soccer

WOMEN, Marymount 3, Wesley 2: The Wolverines rallied late before falling short in the CAC contest.

Megan Shacklock and Aleya Cummings (Caesar Rodney) netted second-half goals as Wesley closed within a goal in the 73rd minute.

Shacklock and Amanda Deputy combined for six saves.

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