Roundup: Haith carries Rider girls past Vikings

Alissa Haith netted a game-high 24 points to pace Caesar Rodney High to a 65-52 victory over Cape Henlopen in Henlopen Conference Northern Division girls’ basketball on Friday night.

The win was CR’s eighth straight over the Vikings (1-1 North, 1-1 overall). The Riders are 1-1 in the North, 2-1 overall after their second win in a row.

CR’s Alexis Reid added 12 points while Jordan Mosley had 10.

Madison Smith scored 17 points for Cape while Sydney Pedersen tallied 16.

Sussex Central 57, Sussex Tech 51: The Golden Knights outscored the Ravens, 10-4, in overtime to pick up the Henlopen North win.

Emily Truitt netted 22 points for Central, Lamesha Walker had 12 and Tatyanna Jenkins scored 11.

Kara Hignutt scored 17 for Sussex Tech with Rukiya Davis adding 13.

Delmar 30, Indian River 24: The Wildcats picked up the Henlopen Southern Division victory on Friday night.

St. Peter & Paul 45, Delmarva Christian 35: Camryn Breasure netted 16 points while Ashlee McCoy had 11 in the Royals’ loss.

Delmarva Christian trailed 27-17 at halftime.

Boys’ basketball

Milford 60, Woodbridge 46: Junior Henry Nesmith tallied 24 points, incluidng five three-pointers, as the Buccaneers downed the Raiders in a Henlopen South matchup.

Milford outscored Woodbridge, 37-17, in the second half to overcome a six-point halftime deficit.

Devin Kravitz scored 11 points. Milford sank seven three-pointers in the contest and outscored Woodbridge, 15-0, from the free-throw line.

Te’Vion had a team-high 12 points for the Raiders.

Delmar 63, Indian River 58: The Wildcats built a 17-point halftime advantage before holding on for the Henlopen South victory.

Shyheim Mitchell (18 points), Kavon Trader (17) and DeJour Brown (14) all scored in double figures for Delmar (2-2)

Demetrius Jenkins had 27 points and 13 rebounds for the Indians.

Sussex Central 77, Sussex Tech 50: The Golden Knights downed the Ravens in a Henlopen North game to earn their first win of the season.

College soccer

Pair of Hens honored: The Delaware men’s soccer program had two players named this week as NSCAA NCAA Division I All-Midwest Region selections as junior Guillermo Delgado collected first-team honors while classmate Thomas de Villardi earned third-team accolades.

Delgado has now garnered first-team all-region honors in each of his three seasons in a Blue Hen uniform. A two-time All-American and one of the program’s three captains, the forward completed his junior campaign with a team-best 24 points and 10 goals.

De Villardi, in his first season as a Blue Hen after transferring from Duquesne, finished the year 19th in the nation with 0.47 assists per game and 21st overall with nine total assists. His nine assists were good to tie for second in Delaware single-season history alongside Bob Young (1985).

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