Roundup: Daddio leads Salisbury over Wesley

Caesar Rodney High grad Tara Daddio scored Salisbury’s first three goals to lead the No. 9 Sea Gulls to a 9-0 win over Wesley in Capital Athletic Association field hockey on Wednesday afternoon.

Polytech High grad Cam Dennis also scored for the Sea Gulls, who led 4-0 at halftime.

Emily Wagner and Alexis Howerin (Caesar Rodney) each recorded defensive saves for the Wolverines. Starting goalie Bridget Wood tallied 12 saves.

College soccer

MEN, James Madison 2, Delaware 1: The Dukes netted the last two goals of the game to hand the Blue Hens (2-3-1 CAA, 5-5-2 overall) their third straight loss.

Sophomore Fede Prieto scored his fourth goal of the season in the 18th minute.

Penn State-Harrisburg 3, Wesley 0: The Lions tallied a pair of second-half goals to put away the win.

Kyle Springsteen made five saves for the Wolverines, who were outshot, 14-7.

WOMEN, Penn State-Harrisburg 3, Wesley 2: The Lions scored the final two goals of the contest to rally for the victory.

Back-to-back goals from Aleya Cummings (Caesar Rodney) and Megan Shacklock gave Wesley a 2-1 lead. Goalie Krista Salvadore made 10 saves.

College volleyball

Towson 3, Delaware 1: The Blue Hens took the third set but could not pull off the comeback victory as they fell to Towson, 25-17, 25-13, 21-25, 25-21.

UD outside hitter Maria Bellinger again paced the Hens (1-6 CAA, 3-14 overall) with 15 kills and tied for the team lead with eight digs, while Bailey Pearlman added 11 kills and Daria Robinson contributed nine. Courtnie Roberts handed out 22 assists, Abby Skryd added 18 assists, and Julia Hayes posted seven blocks.

Volleyball

Dover 3, Del. Public Safety & Security 0: The Senators improved to 6-4 with the 25-6, 25-10, 25-5 win on Wednesday.

Dover 3, Milford 0: In a match played on Tuesday, the Senators downed the Buccaneers, 25-6, 25-12, 25-14.

Aquinas 3, St. Thomas More: Aquinas topped the Ravens in the match on Wednesday.

Local bowling

Smyrna’s Billings wins tourney: Jarrett Billings, a 16-year-old sophomore at Smyrna High, out-dueled 154 competitors to win the handicap division and a $2,000 scholarship at the 6th Danny Wiseman Youth Scholarship Bowling Tournament this past weekend at Country Club Lanes in Baltimore.

Billings, who lives in Clayton and competes in junior league play at Doverama Lanes, qualified on Saturday and won his way through Sunday’s match play to earn the No. 1 seed in the roll-off finals. Billings defeated Jason Cantwell of Virginia, 165-156 in the title game.

Billings has competed in all six of the Wiseman tournaments, earning smaller scholarship amounts four other times. Billings has designs on furthering his education at the Air Force Academy.

Tournament host Wiseman is a member of the PBA Hall of Fame and his resume includes a pair of titles — one national, one regional — earned at Mid County Lanes, MIddletown.

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