Roundup: CR blanks Middletown 15-0 in boys’ lacrosse

Caesar Rodney High used a nine-goal second quarter to break open its 15-0 victory over Middletown in boys’ lacrosse on Monday night.

Demetrius Stevenson (1 assist) and Joshua Cosden netted four goals apiece for the Riders (9-1), who won their fifth game in a row.

Jared Wagenhoffer (1 assist) and James Cava added two goals each while Jacob Copio tallied a goal and three assists.

Goalie Tyler Gross made seven saves while Joshua Buxton had four in CR’s second shutout of the season.

Lake Forest 19, Glasgow 2: Logan Johnson had five goals and an assist to pace the Spartans to the victory.

Parker Sard (3 goals), Carter Kenton (3 goals, 2 assists) and Kurt Moyer (2 goals, 1 assist) were also multiple-goal scorers for Lake Forest.

Dylan Greenly made four saves with Nathan Carey adding two.

Wilm. Christian 8, Delmarva Christian 3: The Warriors took a 5-2 halftime advantage before posting the win.

Hunter Smith, Brady Smith and Colin Anderson all scored for the Royals, who got 11 saves from Evan Hunt.

GIRLS, Cape Henlopen 16, Sts Peter & Paul, Md. 4: Evelyn Shoop collected four goals and an assist as the Vikings improved to 7-2.

Kaitlyn Klabe added three goals while Lindsay Monigle had two goals and an assist as nine Cape players scored in the game.

Iseabal Cryne and Vienna Iacona combined to make seven saves as the Vikings held a 23-11 edge in shots.

Baseball

Delmarva Christian 14, Lake Forest 6: Reliever Andrew Workman pitched four shutout innings as the Royals rallied for the victory.

Wes Hobbs, Joseph Jones and Workman had two hits apiece for Delmarva Christian, which trailed 6-1 after two innings. The Royals scored three runs in the third and six in the fourth to take the lead for good.

Tyler Chalmers had a pair of doubles for the Spartans.

Girls’ soccer

Padua 3, Smyrna 0: The Pandas netted a pair of second-half goals to put away the nonconference win.

Goalie Cassidy Cook made 15 saves for the Eagles.

Football

CR hosting youth camp: Caesar Rodney is holding a youth football camp for children in grades 3-8 on May 16-18.

The cost is $30 per child and each session runs from 5-7 p.m. For more information contact CR coach Dan Candeloro at 697-2161 or 465-1061.

Basketball

Lake Forest to hold July camp: Lake Forest High is hosting a boys’ basketball camp from July 18-21.

The camp is for players entering grades third though eighth and will be held from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. each day. The cost is $100 if payment is received by July 1 and $120 if received after.

For more information contact coach Mike Starkey at Michael.Starkey@smyrna.k12.de.us or 302-222-1672.

College lacrosse

UD’s Gohsler honored: Delaware’s Becky Gohsler collected her second career Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Week honor in women’s lacrosse on Monday.

The junior helped the Blue Hens to a 1-1 week, including an upset over No. 14 James Madison, with six goals, two assists, seven draw controls, three caused turnovers and three ground balls.

The midfielder currently leads Delaware (8-7, 3-2 CAA) with 39 points (31 g, 8a) and 23 caused turnovers. Her career mark of 94 draw controls is good for fourth in Blue Hens’ program history.

Local auto racing

Delmar rained out: Rain washed out “Delmar Night” — the first point race of the season Saturday night — at Delaware International Speedway.

On Thursday, the track will host the first “The Battle of the Bay.” The event, between Delaware International, Potomac Speedway (Md.) and Winchester (Va.) Speedway, will pit Super Late Model and Rush Crate Model drivers against each other on the new Delaware International clay.

Race No. 2 will be Friday at Potomac and Winchester will round out the weekend by hosting the series on Saturday night. Two more competitions are scheduled for July 27–29 and August 10–12.

On Thursday night, gates open at 5 p.m. with hot laps at 7 p.m. Spectator admission is $20, pits $35 and kids 13 and under are free on the spectator side when accompanied by an adult.

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