Roundup: Dover boys rout Sussex Tech to win Henlopen North title

Dover High rolled to a 106-43 victory over Sussex Tech to wrap up the Henlopen Conference Northern Division title in boys’ basketball on Tuesday night.

For the Senators (10-0 North, 14-3 overall) the North championship is the program’s first since 2010.

Dover will face South champion Milford in the Henlopen Conference championship game at a time and site TBA.

The Senators have won 10 games in a row. The contest marked the first time Dover has scored 100 points in a game since before 2009.

Smyrna 64, Cape Henlopen 47: Ja’Vier Worthy netted 21 points as the Eagles (15-3) won their fourth game in a row.

For Smyrna, the Henlopen North win avenged a one-point loss to the Vikings earlier in the season. The two teams are tied for second place in the division.

Smyrna, which outscored the Vikings 39-28 in the second half, also got 10 points from Caleb Matthews.

Ian Robertson, who sank three three-pointers, and Randy Rickards had 13 points each for Cape.

Lake Forest 71, Indian River 48: The Spartans used a 26-11 second-quarter run to overcome an early eight-point deficit.

Cameron Lewis scored 23 points for Lake Forest while Dominique Griffith had 19, with four three-pointers. Isaiah Morris added 12.

DeAndre Cooper had a team-high 20 points for the Indians with Antonio Jones adding 10.

Milford 60, Laurel 49: The Buccaneers get past an early six-point deficit to improve to 13-6 with the South win.

Damon Coleman netted 21 points, including five three-pointers, Henry Nesmith had 13 and Brion Murray scored 10.

Derrell Holden tallied 20 points, with three three-pointers, for the Bulldogs.

William Penn 48, Polytech 44: The Colonials held off the Panthers for the nonconference win.

Chase Chappel netted 12 points for the Panthers with Victor Crews scoring 10. Polytech hit six threes in the contest.

Woodbridge 90, Seaford 74: The Raiders took a 70-53 lead into the fourth quarter before registering the South win.

Girls’ basketball

Sussex Central 45, Caesar Rodney 41: The Golden Knights snapped the Riders’ 10-game winning streak and close within a half-game of CR for the Henlopen Conference Northern Division lead.

The Riders are 9-2 in the North with one division game remaining while Central is 8-2 with two games left. The two squads split their two meetings.

Tatyana Jenkins had 13 points and Emily Truitt scored 12, including three three-pointers.

Alissa Haith finished with a game-high 22 points for CR.

Sussex Tech 44, Dover 36: The Ravens outscored the Senators, 33-12, in the second half to storm back for the Henlopen North victory.

Kara Hignutt had a team-high 10 points for Sussex Tech with Heaven Carter adding nine.

Brionna Hill scored 10 to lead Dover.

Lake Forest 41, Indian River 36: The Spartans jumped out to a 28-10 halftime lead before holding on for the South win.

Tess Dyott hit three threes to finish with a team-high nine points while Mya Maddox and Arika Burrell had eight points apiece.

Kealey Allison tallied 11 points for IR.

Milford 34, Laurel 20: The Buccaneers outscored the Bulldogs, 18-7, in the second half to close out the South victory.

College basketball

Hens’ Enabosi honored again: Delaware forward Nicole Enabosi earned Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Week accolades in women’s basketball for the fourth time this season.

Enabosi helped guide Delaware (13-11, 8-5 CAA) to a 2-0 week with victories over the College of Charleston and William & Mary. She averaged 12.0 points, 9.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 2.5 steals and 2.0 blocks per game while shooting 73.3 percent (11-of-15) from the floor.

For the year, Enabosi leads the Hens with 6.8 rebounds and 1.5 steals per contest and is fourth for Delaware with 8.7 points per game.

College lacrosse

WOMEN, Delaware 17, George Washington 7: The Blue Hens improved to 2-0 with the win in their home opener.

The Hens led only 8-6 at halftime before outscoring the Colonials, 9-1, in the second half. Both teams scored within the first two minutes of the second, but Delaware scored eight unanswered goals to bring home the win.

Senior Casey Lyons posted her 13th career hat trick and finished the night with five points while junior Jamie Schwartz notched her second career hat trick with a career-high-tying four goals.

Youth basketball

CR camp slated: The Caesar Rodney High Rider Dribblers Basketball Clinic will be held on March 28-April 1 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

The camp is for players in grades first through sixth. Registration will be held on March 16 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at CR.

The cost is $120 per child or $135 after March 16.

For more information, contact Coach Victory or Coach Williams at 697-2161 or email freeman.williams@cr.k12.de.us.

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