Roundup: Dover High tops Snow Hill 3-1 in baseball

Hiram Davis threw a complete-game five-hitter with five strikeouts as Dover High topped Snow Hill, Md,, 3-1, in a nonconference baseball game on Saturday evening.

The contest was played at Perdue Stadium in Salisbury, Md. as part of the Bi-State Rivalry.

The Senators (7-4) took the lead for good with two runs in the second inning. Andrew Carney had two of Dover’s seven hits while Davis and Dominic Velazquez both drove in runs.

Davis threw 94 pitches, limiting Snow Hill to a run in the sixth.

College baseball

Hornets earn split: Delaware State rallied for four runs in the top of the seventh inning to down Coppin State, 14-12, and a take a doubleheader split with the Eagles on Sunday.

Coppin State (16-4 MEAC, 17-20 overall) won the first game, 12-8.

In the nightcap, the Hornets tied the contest at 12-12 on a two-run double by Cole Garey before fellow Polytech high grad Miquel Rivera followed with a two-run triple to put DelState (7-13 MEAC, 9-32) ahead to stay.

Rivera (3-for-5, 2 runs, 5 RBI) and Todd Henry (2-for-5, 2 runs, 4 RBI) paced DSU’s 14-hit attack.

Charleston 3, Delaware 2: The Blue Hens (7-8 CAA, 22-20 overall) couldn’t hold an early 2-0 lead as the Cougars completed a three-game sweep with the 11th-inning victory.

Chris Ludman pitched six innings, allowing two runs while striking out a career-best six. Lefty Colman Vila continued his strong senior campaign, firing another 3.2 scoreless innings. He struck another five.

Kevin Mohollen (2 runs) and Zack Miller both went 2-for-5 with a double.

College softball

Delaware 4, UNC-Wilmington 3: Blue Hen senior first baseman Mariah Kondravy belted a tiebreaking home run in the top of the seventh inning to lift Delaware.

The Hens (13-32, 5-12 CAA), who remained in contention for a CAA Tournament berth, also got a two-run double from Anna Steinmetz in the third.

Leanna Gearhart added the 22nd triple of her career, tying her for the UD career record with Lauren Mark.

Albany 5, Delaware State 0: Devin Durando tossed a one-hit shutout as he Great Dane completed a three-game sweep of the Hornets (11-32).

Durando did not allow a hit until Micaela Cummings singled to lead of the DSU seventh inning. The Albany right-hander struck out eight and walked four.

College track & field

Hens take Delaware Classic: The Delaware women’s track & field team won 11 events to capture the team title at the Delaware Classic on Sunday.

Smyrna High grad Myrissa McFolling-Young continued her outstanding freshman season, winning both the shot put and the discus. Her throw of 150-11 in the discus put her second in school history, while her throw of 44-4¼ was the fourth-best mark in program history.

Her discus throw was over five feet farther than her previous personal best.

Also for the Blue Hens, Kristina Valko took the top spot in the javelin and Melissa Zegeer won the hammer throw. Freshman Halimah Roberson uncorked a personal best in the triple jump with a leap of 36-1 ¼ to win the event, while Andriene Rose claimed the win in the long jump and Cassandra Wahl won the high jump.

Jenny Hineman won the pole vault by clearing 11-7 ¾ for her second win of the spring season.

On the track, Jeanette Bendolph (Caesar Rodney) won the 800 (2:23.87), Tory Engel won the 400 hurdles (1:08.45) and Maddie Olivere won the 3000 (10:55.27).

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