Roundup: Christie paces Bucs to victory, Woodbridge, Sussex Central post wins in boys’ lacrosse

Sophomore Conor Christie netted seven goals and three assists as Milford High remained unbeaten with a 20-9 victory over Sussex Academy in Henlopen Conference Southern Division boys’ lacrosse on Monday evening.

Christie notched the 100th point of his career for the Buccaneers (6-0), who built a 10-5 halftime lead.

Jonathan Gaglione (4 goals), Alex Herka (3 goals, 2 assists) and Jordan Passwaters (2 goals, 1 assist) were also multiple-goal scorers for Milford.

Goalie Shane Gaglione made 13 saves.

Woodbridge 15, McKean 7: The Blue Raiders picked up their first win of the season in the nonconference matchup.

Sussex Central 9, Wicomico, Md. 8: Reese Pearson tallied four goals to pace the Golden Knights to their first victory.

Devin Cave-Pearsall added three goals with Zaccary Coffelt making 12 saves.

GIRLS, Caesar Rodney 23, Newark 0: Kyleigh Comstock netted four goals an assist to lead the Riders to the nonconference win.

Georgia Weiner had three goals with Lillian Ayers, Graycie Bachman, Madison Cook (1 assist) and Morgan Brown all scoring two.

A total of 14 CR players scored in the contest, which the Riders led 14-0 at halftime.

Sussex Tech 8, Caravel 7: The Ravens won their second straight game with the overtime victory.

Morgan Johnson (3 goals) and Kathryn Giles (2 goals, 2 assists) led Sussex Tech.

Boys’ volleyball

Indian River 3, Delmarva Christian 2: The Indians topped the Royals by scores of 25-16, 23-25, 25-17, 15-9.

It was IR’s first-ever varsity match.

Delmarva Christian was led by Evan Timko (13 kills, 3 aces), Seth Stevens (5 aces, 28 assists), Austin Giltner (6 kills) and Liam Catron (6 kills).

Softball

Indian River 12, Red Lion Christian 4: Trailing 4-1, the Indians erupted for seven runs in the third inning to pull out the win on Saturday.

Braydee Whitman went 3-for-4 with a home run and four RBI for IR, which finished with 16 hits.

College baseball

Two Hens honored by CAA: Delaware was well represented on this week’s Colonial Athletic Association baseball awards, as freshman Billy Sullivan earned CAA Pitcher of the Week and Kevin Mohollen earned Co-Player of the Week.

A freshman, Sullivan struck out a career-high 16 batters in seven shutout innings againt UNC-Wilmington on Saturday. He allowed just three hits (including two infield singles) and didn’t allow a baserunner to advance past first.

The righty’s season ERA is just 1.99.

Mohollen hit .583 (7-for-12) for the week with three doubles and six runs scored. The leadoff hitter reached base 14 times, including in all six of his at-bats in Wednesday’s 15-7 Liberty Bell Classic victory over Lehigh.

Mohollen finished the week with an on-base percentage of .737.

College softball

Bowe adds to her awards: For the fifth time this season, Milford High grad Nia Bowe has been named the MEAC Softball Rookie of the Week.

A freshman outfielder for Coppin State, Bowe hit .600 (3-for-5) last week with a home run, a double, two RBI and five runs scored while also drawing a walk in a doubleheader split at Drexel.

This season, Bowe is hitting .456 with eight home runs and 30 RBI. Bowe currently ranks third in the MEAC in batting average, fourth in RBI, third in home runs, third in total bases (70), third in on-base percentage (.477) and first in slugging (.886).

College lacrosse

WOMEN, Immaculata 17, Wesley 10: Junior attacker Fallon Fore registered her 100th career goal in the Wolverines’ loss.

Fore is only the fifth Wesley women’s lacrosse player to reach the 100-goal mark. She recorded two goals and four draw controls and an assist in the game.

Paige Brehm netted a hat trick with four draw controls, four caused turnovers and four ground balls. Maddison Cypher and Bailey Grey each notched a pair of goals. Grey added a team-high six draw controls.

On defense, Francesca Benitez caused two turnovers. Shelby Schirmer stopped 13 shots in goal.

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