Roundup: Central, Tech girls win, Dover, Milford, Smyrna boys all victorious

Baleigh Lambert netted 18 points as Sussex Central High posted a 49-37 victory over Dover in Henlopen Conference Northern Division girls’ basketball on Tuesday night.

The Golden Knights (3-1 North, 3-1 overall) also got nine points apiece from Victoria Jacobs and Raeonna Stratton as they won their third game in a row.

Baleigh Lambert of Sussex Central battles DoverÕs Tamyah Jones for a rebound in the first half Tuesday night. Special To The Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh

Central outscored the Senators by six points in each half.

Ashley Manifold tallied a team-high nine points for Dover.

Sussex Tech 56, Smyrna 34: Janiya Stevens’ 23 points paced the Ravens to the North win.

Sussex Tech, which ended the game on a 19-2 run, also got 10 points from Airelle Parker.

Smyrna got 18 points from Jayla Smith.

Delmar 42, Milford 26: Le’Zhane Holmes netted 17 points as the Wildcats picked up the South win.

Delmar, which also got 11 points from Shaniya Briddell, outscored the Buccaneers 28-18 in the second half.

Woodbridge 66, Sussex Academy 28: Cha’Kya Johnson scored 21 points as the Raiders improved to 4-0.

Janeira Scott added 17 points with Mikayla Serpa scoring 10. Woodbridge led 34-14 by halftime.

Abigail Hearn had a team-high 15 points for the Seahawks.

Indian River 35, Seaford 27: The Indians built a 17-8 halftime advantage before topping the Blue Jays.

Fabrea McCray (7 rebounds) had 13 points with Braydee Whitman (6 blocks, 6 rebounds) adding 11.

Tamara Evans had 11 points to pace Seaford.

Boys’ basketball

Dover 48, Sussex Central 33: The Senators jumped out a 19-7 first-quarter lead before earning their first win of the season.

Javon Peace had 15 points while Elijah Allen had 14 for Dover, which led 41-24 going into the fourth quarter.

Rhylee Matthews netted a team-high 14 points for the Golden Knights.

Milford 66, Delmar 55: The Buccaneers outscored the Wildcats, 35-23, in the second half to rally from a one-point halftime deficit in the South win.

Daniel Shockley (16 points), Jaxson Turner (11) and Dontreze McDonald (11) all scored in double figures for Milford, which hit six three-pointers.

Brooks Parker (15), Khalik Beasley (14) and William Schuyler (13) led Delmar, which hit seven threes. Delmar was playing its season opener.

Smyrna 75, Sussex Tech 61: Caleb Matthews tallied 24 points to lead the Eagles to the North victory.

Smyrna only led by one before outscoring the Ravens, 44-31, in the second half. Jaymeir Garnett added 17 points with Nalik Veasley-Johnson scoring 10.

The Eagles went 19-of-24 from the foul line compared to 4-for-6 shooting for Sussex Tech.

Jaquan Burton, who sank four three-pointers, netted 21 points for the Ravens while Khalil Burton had 18 and Ricky Kane scored 10.

Cape Henlopen 81, Polytech 33: Four Vikings scored in double figures, led by Randy Rickards with 21 points.

Ian Robertson (17), Izaiah Dadzie (13) and Skylar Johnson (10) also led Cape, which led 68-24 after three quarters.

Dadzie had three of the Vikings’ nine three-pointers.

Seaford 75, Indian River 60: The Blue Jays outscored the Indians, 25-14, in the fourth quarter to finish off the South win.

Ethan Lamberrt netted a game-high 25 points for Seaford, Quintae Sykes had 17 and Jy’Heim Spencer scored 10.

Jamier Felton had a team-high 23 points for IR with Antonio Jones scoring 17.

Woodbridge 87, Sussex Academy 12: Jamon Kane scoored 23 points as the Raiders cruised to the victory.

Ja’Quan Duncan (12), Tyrin Hammond (12) and Hassan Corbin (11) also led Woodbridge.

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