Roundup: Dover wrestling wins in Meade’s debut as coach

Dover High opened its dual-meet wrestling schedule with a 47-24 victory over Laurel at home on Wednesday night.

The Senators were making their debut under new head coach Alex Meade, Sr.

Dover won four matches by pin, with Jonah Olfus (113 pounds), Humberto Monasterio (138), Tyshaun Cole (160) and Qualeak Bumbrey (195) all winning by fall.

Woo Fosque (132) had a pin for the Bulldogs.

Cape Henlopen 45, Lake Forest 26: Anthony Caruso (132), Dewaun Johnson (138), Finbar Rishko (145), Samuel Jones (182) and William Ott (285) each recorded a pin in the Viking victory.

Seth Fleming (152) had a pin for Lake Forest while Cael Moyer (106) had a tech-fall.

Boys’ basketball

St. Thomas More 56, Salisbury School, Md. 38: The Ravens held a 37-11 lead at halftime and held on for the win in their season-opening game on Wednesday.

Delmarva Christian 48, Worcester Prep, Md. 33: Andrew Workman paced the Royals with 14 points and Wyatt Kwiatkpwski added 13 in the out-of-state matchup.

Girls’ basketball

St. Thomas More 62, Salisbury School, Md. 29: The Ravens earned the victory in their first contest of the year.

Worcester Prep, Md. 38, Delmarva Christian 31: Grace Fetterman recorded 22 points in the Royal defeat.

College football

Three Hornets invited to FCS National Bowl: Three Delaware State football seniors are prolonging their careers in pursuit of professional dreams. Brycen Alleyne (RB/KR), along with twins Keyjuan Selby (DB) and Taronn Selby (WR/PR) are among 100 collegians hoping to catch the eye of professional scouts at the 2018 FCS National Bowl this Sunday (Dec. 9) in Daytona Beach, Fla. The nationally-televised contest (FloSports) is set for 1:30 p.m. at Municipal Stadium.

The fifth annual contest features top Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) and Historically Black College and University (HBCU) players. A total of 20 professional football teams, 13 from the NFL and seven Canadian League clubs, are expected to send representatives to the game.

The Delaware State trio will compete for the National Team (Blue) against the American Team (White) in Sunday’s FCS Bowl.

This past season, Alleyne earned All-MEAC Third Team honors after finishing fifth in the league in rushing at 64.6 yards per game (646 total). He also ranked third in the conference in kickoff returns (28.1 ypr) and fourth in all-purpose yards (112.0 ypg) in 2018.

One of the most versatile players in team history. Alleyne wrapped up his Hornet career as No. 3 in team history with 4,093 all-purpose yards. The total includes 1,836 kickoff return yards, second-best in the DSU record book. His 1,712 career rushing yards rank 11th all-time at the school. Alleyne’s 15 career touchdowns include 11 rushing, two receiving and two on kickoff returns.

Keyjuan Selby earned All-MEAC Second Team (2017) and Third Team (2018) honors during his Delaware State career. He ranked among the league leaders in passes defended (interceptions + pass break ups) in each of the last two seasons. His career numbers include 165 total tackles, 29 pass break ups and three interceptions.

Taronn Selby led the Hornets in receptions in 2017 and 2018. His career stats include 77 catches for 1,012 yards and five touchdowns.

The Delaware State players are among 10 from MEAC schools competing in the 2018 FCS Bowl.

Alleyne has also been invited to compete in the HBCU Spirit of America Bowl All-Star contest Jan. 14-17 in Salem, Va.

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