Roundup: CR loses, Dover wins in girls’ soccer

Caesar Rodney’s Kimberly Glasser heads the ball against Padua’s Riley Hikox in the first half at DE Turf on Tuesday. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

The Caesar Rodney High girls’ soccer team dropped a close match, 2-1, against Padua Academy on Tuesday night in nonconference contest at the DE Turf Complex.

The Riders fell to 3-1 this season. Padua moved to 5-0.

Dover 4, St. Elizabeth 0: Zaria Henry netted a pair of goals as the Senators picked up the nonconference victory.

Tamyah Jones and Sydni Warman added the other goals for Dover. Dover outshot the Vikings 24-4.

Lake Forest 3, Sussex Central 0: The Spartans scored three times in the first half on their way to a win.

Danielle Wilson, Elle Wood and Jessica Tyndall provided the Lake Forest goals.

Cape Henlopen 4, Woodbridge 0: Paige Ludwicki gave the Vikings the lead in the first half before they added three insurance goals in the second.

Sydney Zych, Brooke Hollingsworth and Nicole Aikens all scored in the second half for Cape Henlopen.

Sussex Tech 7, Milford 0: Nicolette Phillips paced the Ravens with two goals.

Aliyah Browning and Kayla Brady each recorded a goal and two assists.

Caesar Rodney’s goalie Morgan Desaulniers knocks the ball away from Padua’s Sophia Marini in the first half at DE Turf on Tuesday. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)


Polytech 6, Dover 4: Mitchell Barter’s two-run RBI single capped off a four-run top of the seventh as the Panthers came from behind to edge Dover.

Barter and Chase Rebuck each had a multi-hit game for Polytech. Dover’s Dom Velazquez struck out 13.

Caesar Rodney 5, Sussex Central 4: Kyle Maier hit a walkoff single to score Sam Ervin in the bottom of the seventh.

Ervin had three hits and drove in two runs to lead CR. Jackson Rall and Austin Russell also had a two-hit game for the Riders.

Vonnie Toppin and Ethan Watkinson recorded a pair of hits to pace Sussex Central.

Cape Henlopen 12, Smyrna 2: Zack Gelof and Mason Fluharty combined for eight strikeouts and only surrendered two hits in the Viking victory.

Zach Dale homered and drove in two for Cape Henlopen while Zach Savage had a three-run triple. Fluharty went 3-for-4 and knocked in two runs.

Andrew Unterreiner had the two hits for Smyrna.

Lake Forest 11, Milford 5: Cameron Beulah led the Spartan offense with three hits while Gabe Martin and Johnny Forrest each had two hits.

Caden Oplinger had two doubles and Bryce Greenly tripled for Milford.

Indian River 5, Seaford 0: Mitch Megee pitched five scoreless innings and scattered two hits to record the victory while Grant Argo had a two-RBI game for Indian River.

Delmarva Christian 4, Laurel 1: The Royals scored a combined four runs in the first two innings and Brandon Schlabach pitched a complete game.

Andrew Workman, Michael Briggs, and Chase Hesson each had multiple hits for the Royals. Trace Hitchens doubled and scored Laurel’s only run of the game off a single by Conor Ellingsworth.

Sussex Academy 28, St. Thomas More 11: Ryan Bishop pitched three scoreless innings and struck out eight for Sussex Academy.

Dylan Mooney had four hits including two doubles and Jason Xiong went 3-for-3 with a double, two triples and scored 6 runs. Bishop also added two more hits along with Jack Faust and Nate Sneller while Anthony Oscar had a three-RBI triple.

Ben Stant and DeMarkus Lee collected three hits each for St. Thomas More.


Smyrna 8, Cape Henlopen 0: Lexi Moore and Kayla Wilson each went 2-for-4 as the Eagles earned the victory.

Smyrna took the lead with six runs in the top of the fifth.

Milford 11, Lake Forest 4: The Buccaneers defeated Lake Forest for the first time in four years.

Morgan Abbott hit a third-inning grand slam and Morgan Petty also homered. Brooke Glanden provided a home run and a triple for Lake Forest.

Sussex Central 5, Caesar Rodney 0: Izebella Grebe doubled, tripled and homered in the Golden Knight victory.

Kaisey Reed also had a double and a triple for Sussex Central.

Sussex Tech 11, Woodbridge 1: Colleen Cosby and Sierra Livingston each hit a home run while Jakayla Sample added three hits for Sussex Tech.

Morgan Chambers drove in Woodbridge’s lone run with a triple.

Laurel 6, Delmarva Christian 3: The Bulldogs took the lead with three runs in the top of the first and held on the rest of the way.

Grace Fetterman hit a home run to lead Delmarva Christian.

College baseball

La Salle 6, Delaware State 4: The Hornets led 2-1 after six innings but could not keep the lead.

Juan Sanchez started for Delaware State and allowed just three hits and one run, while striking out three and walking three in six innings of work, but was not involved in the decision.

La Salle scored four times in the seventh inning to take a 5-2 lead and held off a late DSU charge.

Maurice Parson went 2-for-3 for DelState with a run scored and one RBI. Adrian Hill also drove in one and scored once.

Salisbury 14, Wesley 0: The Wolverines dropped the Capital Athletic Conference contest.

Wesley could only get two hits in against the Salisbury pitching. Cody Dmiterchik and William Foster both collected infield singles to third base. Dmiterchik, Will Barton, Chris Bramble each reached base on walks while Chris Seibert was hit by a pitch in the third inning.

Two Wolverines earn ECAC honors: Alex Marrs and Chris Seibert were selected as Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III South Players of the Week for the week ending on April 8.

Seibert was named the Player of the Week after batting 611 (11-for-18) with two home runs, seven RBIs and six runs scored in Wesley’s six games last week. The senior also drew 10 walks to reach base at a .767 mark on the week. Against Penn State University-Harrisburg, Seibert became Wesley’s all-time home run leader with the 22nd home run of his career.

Marrs was named Co-Pitcher of the Week after picking up a win and a save in three appearances last week. Marrs posted a 0.00 ERA with 13 strikeouts and just four hits allowed in 11.1 innings of work. He tossed a complete-game three-hit shutout win with 10 strikeouts in Wesley’s 6-0 win over Penn State University-Harrisburg on Thursday, before earning the save in the Wolverines’ 7-6 victory over York College of Pennsylvania.

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