Roundup: CR picks up soccer win over Indians

Caesar Rodney High used a five-goal first half to pull away to a 6-1 victory over Indian River in boys’ soccer on Tuesday evening.

David Haynes scored the first three goals for the Riders (6-0), who outshot the Indians, 23-10, and held a 10-3 edge in corner kicks.

Kyle Wentling, Tommy Pomatto (1 assist) and Thomas McPoyle also scored with Nathan Reid and Blake Hardy combining for six saves.

Juan Gonon-Linares tallied a first-half goal for IR.

CR’s Steven Ferrandino, right congratulates David Haynes on his first half goal at CR on Tuesday. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

Smyrna 2, Sussex Academy 1: Fitzgerald Freeman (1 assist) scored in double overtime to lift the Eagles.

Iverson Orozco-Lopez tied the contest in the 70th minute for Smyrna, which got six saves from Abdul Musa.

William Davis scored in the first half for the Seahawks with Milan Patel making a pair of saves.

Sussex Central 3, Lake Forest 0: Yunior Cruz, Johnny Garcia and Christopher Ramirez all scored for the Golden Knights.

Central held advantages of 29-2 in shots and 2-1 in corner kicks.

Sussex Tech 7, Delmar 0: Michael Barr (1 assist) netted the Ravens’ first two goals with Axel Guox-Chun (1 assist) also scoring twice.

Jodi Johnson made six saves as Sussex Tech outshot the Wildcats, 14-7.

Seth Walker stopped eight shots for the Wildcats.

Cape Henlopen 8, Seaford 0: Zach Gelof (1 assist) scored four goals, including the Vikings’ first three of the game.

Ulysis Slagle added a goal and four assists for Cape with Christopher Gonzalez, Eric Velasquez-Santizo and Aidan Spoor also scoring goals.

CR’s Thomas McPoyle, right and IR’s Luke Morgan battle for the ball at CR on Tuesday. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

Goalie Cory Derohn made five saves for Seaford.

Field hockey

Smyrna 2, Milford 1: Alexis Moore and Jessica Bergold tallied first-half goals as the Eagles (3-2) won their third game in a row.

Katelynn Porter made six saves for Smyrna. Milford finished with advantages of 8-5 in shots and 15-4 in penalty corners.

Anna Sollie scored in the second half for the Buccaneers, who got three saves from Leah Barnett.

Cape Henlopen 3, Lake Forest 0: The Vikings tallied three second-half goals to break open a scoreless game.

Cameron Smith, Lindsay Monigle and Alia Marshall all scored for Cape, which finished with edges of 19-2 in shots and 10-0 in corners.

August Warren made 16 saves for the Spartans.

Polytech 6, Laurel 0: Lacy Bayley tallied three goals to pace the Panthers to the win.

Tara Bond, Shannon Stephan and Devon Ott also scored for Polytech, which had three goals in each half.

Kaegen Brittingham made 32 saves for the Bulldogs.

Indian River 3, Caesar Rodney 0: Avery Congleton scored a pair of first-half goals to pace the Indians.

Morgan McGee also had a goal with Mya Parks making two saves for IR, which held advantages of 8-2 in shots and 6-2 in corners.

CR’s Jasmin Hall made five saves while Lauren Caulk added three.

Dover 10, Seaford 0: Ally Manifold scored a pair of goals in the Senators’ conference victory.

Dover’s other goals came from Syndi Warman, Ashley Stonesifer, Aimee Petit deMange, Kendra Durrington, Lindsey Wong, Chelsea Johnson, Jacarra Jackson and Jada Kilgore.

CR’s Steven Ferrandino, right and IR’s Luke McCabe battle for the ball at CR on Tuesday. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

The Blue Jays’ Brianna Jenkins stopped 17 shots.

Sussex Tech 1, Woodbridge 0: Julia Hollenbeck’s overtime goal lifted the Ravens to the Henlopen win.

Grace Lee made three saves for Sussex Tech, which finished with advantages of 15-6 in shots and 10-4 in corners.

The Raiders’ Katie Adams made nine saves.

Delmar 11, Sussex Central 0: Peyton Kemp scored three first-half goals with Logan Walls adding two to spark the Wildcats.

Volleyball

Caesar Rodney 3, Lake Forest 0: The Riders earned the victory by scores of 25-14, 25-13, 25-22.

Leading CR were Chloe Therese Mangubat (8 kills, 3 aces, 5 digs), Jessica Crawford (7 kills, 4 aces, 7 digs, 8 assists) and Ana Lucia Villabona (5 kills, 2 blocks, 4 digs, 16 assists).

Indian River 3, Polytech 1: The Indians knocked off the Panthers, 25-20, 25-17, 22-25, 25-20, to improve to 5-0.

IR was paced by freshman Raychel Ehlers (14 kills, 10 digs), Carly Collins (5 kills, 3 aces, 7 digs) and McKenzie Johnson (23 assists).

Leading the Panthers were Kaylee Williams (12 kills, 17 digs), Emily Campbell (5 kills, 4 aces, 28 digs) and Ashley Blaeurer (1 kill, 2 aces, 14 assists).

CR’s Steven Ferrandino, right and IR’s Luke McCabe battle for the ball at CR on Tuesday. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

Cape Henlopen 3, Milford 1: The Vikings dominated the first two sets before picking up the 25-8, 25-2, 21-25, 25-10 victory.

Leading Cape were Sophia Spinelli (8 kills, 2 aces), Logan Suttleworth (9 aces, 18 assists) and Kathryn Knarr (5 kills, 4 aces).

Sussex Academy 3, Sussex Central 2: The Seahawks won the first two sets before pulling out the 25-21, 25-15, 17-25, 22-25, 15-10 victory.

Devan Hudson (10 kills, 4 aces), Baleigh Lambert (5 kills, 5 blocks) and Brooke Benton (2 kills, 7 aces) sparked the Golden Knights.

Sussex Tech 3, Woodbridge 0: The Ravens downed the Raiders by scores of 25-14, 25-17, 25-17.

Delaney Vincent and Gracen Banning had four kills apiece for Sussex Tech while Kayla Booros had five aces.

CR’s Kyle Wenting, center, heads the ball against Indian River at CR on Tuesday. Delaware State News/Marc Clery

College field hockey

Hens drop to No. 8: After a couple overtime losses to ranked teams, Delaware dropped three spots to No. 8 in this week’s Penn Monto/National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division I Coaches poll.

Delaware (6-3) suffered lost to No. 20 Albany and No. 1 Connecticut.

The Blue Hens open Colonial Athletic Association action this Friday as Delaware travels to Drexel for a 7 p.m. contest.

 

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