ROUNDUP: Henlopen Converence track and field championships continue today

The second day of the Henlopen Conference track and field championships are scheduled for this afternoon at 4 p.m., hosted by Lake Forest High.

The preliminary qualifying races for the sprinting events wrapped up on Thursday.

Baseball

Smyrna 3, Sussex Tech 2: The Eagles scored twice with two outs in the seventh to tie the contest before wining it with a run in the bottom of the ninth.

In the ninth, Jared Gillis singled and eventually scored on a groundball by Ryan Seymour.

With Smyrna trailing 2-0 in the seventh, Nolan Henderson and Seymour both singled with two outs and scored on a ball hit by John Barkley. Barkley also pitched a shutout ninth inning to earn the win while starting pitcher Jeremy Carrow had eight strikeouts.

It was the fifth one-run win of the season for the Eagles (10-0 Henlopen Conference, 13-2 overall).

The Ravens’ Justin Hill, who went 2-for-3, gave up only five hits while pitching a complete game.

Dover 8, Milford 1: Jordan Hutchins pitched a complete game with eight strikeouts and Jarvis Worthy homered for the Senators.

Garrett Lawsom and Tyler Rosello added two RBI apiece while Terren Yanero drove in one run.

Cape Henlopen 9, Lake Forest 3: The Vikings led 7-0 after three innings before earning the conference win.

Winning pitcher Will Jarrell (3-for-3, 2 RBI), Austin Elliott (3-for-4, double, 4 RBI) and Zack Gelof 2-for-2, 3 runs, 3 stolen bases) paced Cape’s 11-hit attack.

Hunter Fleetwood had three of Lake Forest’s 10 hits whie Tyler Collings homered.

Sussex Central 10, Indian River 2: Tyler Stanley went 3-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored to spark the Golden Knights.

Trey Toppin added two hits with an RBI and a run for Central, which led 7-1 in the third.

DeShawn Aiken had a triple for the Indians with Ulises Barrientos adding a double.

St. Mark’s 6, Woodbridge 0: Sean Gilardi pitched a seven-inning no-hitter with 11 strikeouts for the Spartans.

He also had a pair of doubles and drove in a run.

Softball

Polytech 6, Delmar 4: Winning pitcher Taylor Pechin went 4-for-4 with a three RBI to pace the Panthers.

Pechin’s two-run home run sparked a four-run sixth that game Polytech a 4-1 lead. Whitney DeMora also hit a two-run homer for the Panthers, Amanda Waishes was 3-for-3 and Hayley DiCarlantonio was 2-for-4.

Avery Wheatley, Hannah Davis and Paige Lynch each had two hits apiece for the Wildcats.

Cape Henlopen 11, Lake Forest 10: The Vikings hit four home runs and overcame a four-run deficit in posting their fifth-straight win.

The Spartans led 8-4 before Cape scored five runs in the bottom of the fourth.

Raegan Jackson, Jordyn Virden, Hannah Jones and Sydney Ostroski all homered for the Vikings.

Brooke Glanden hit a homer for Lake Forest while Mya Maddox had three doubles.

Caesar Rodney 11, Laurel 1: The win was the fourth in a row for the Riders (12-4).

Milford 4, Concord 1: Genesis Chamberlayne’s two-run double sparked a three-run first inning for the Buccaneers.

Nia Bowe also had an RBI double in the inning with Rajene tripling and scoring a run in the fifth. Winning pitcher Morgan Abbott allowed only four hits.

Lacrosse

GIRLS, Smyrna 23, Newark 3: Maddie Price (1 assist) tallied six goals and Shabnam Noroozi-Pooya scored five as the Eagles rolled to the victory.

Kaila Hindt had four goals and Julie Snow scored two for Smyrna, which got five saves from goalie Gabrielle DiRusso. Six Eagles scored one goal each.

Cape Henlopen 18, St. Mark’s 4: Lizzy Frederick netted six goals to pace the Vikings to the victory.

Lindsay Monigle (2 assists) added three goals with Cailey Thornburg (2 assists) and Alia Marshall both scoring twice for Cape, which led 10-2 at halftime.

Polytech 17, Newark Charter 5: Jamie Trabaudo collected six goals and an assist to lead the Panthers.

Ali McKay (3 goals, 2 assists), Madi McKay (3 goals, 1 assist) and Cam Dennis (2 goals, 1 assist) were also multiple-goal scorers for Polytech. Shannon Stephan made 18 saves.

BOYS, Archmere 19, Polytech 3: The Auks downed the Panthers in a nonconference matchup.

Girls’ soccer

Dover 5, Milford 0: Katie Ford netted four of the Senators’ five first-half goals in their nonconference win.

Dover (9-5), which has won its last four games, also got a goal from Destiny Still. Brittany Rosello made three of Dover’s four saves.

Milford’s Amanda Sauer made six saves.

Caesar Rodney 3, Caravel 0: The Riders were led by a hat trick from Aleya Cummings.

Cape Henlopen 2, Wilm. Christian 0: Brooke Hollinsworth scored a first-half goal while Lily Smith scored in the second for the Vikings.

Olivia Baratto made six saves for Cape, which finished with advantages of 14-6 in shots and 3-1 in corner kicks.

Middletown 3, Delmar 2: The Cavaliers scored twice in a 12-minute span of the second half to rally for the victory.

Logan Walls and Ashlynn Hastings scored the Wildcats’ goals while Julia Johnson made nine saves.

Ursuline 7, Lake Forest 3: Alyssa Santore gave the Spartans an early 1-0 lead but the Raiders answered with six straight goals to take control.

Hannah Fox and Lauren Sharp also scored for Lake, which was outshot, 24-13.

Laurel 1, Delmarva Christian 0: Juanita Carreno’s goal in the 70th minute gave the Bulldogs the win.

Cassidy VanderHoeven assisted on the game-winner for Laurel.

The Royals finished with advantages of 12-9 in shots and 7-3 in corner kicks.

Sussex Tech 10, St. Thomas More 1: Sheyla Artiga scored three goals with Regan Banning adding two to pace Sussex Tech.

Sussex Tech’s other goals came from Hanna McDonald, Ella Marsh (1 assist), Annie Perdue, Kelsey Ketterman and Stephanie Wheatley.

Emily Saint scored for St. Thomas More with Kourtnie Orth stopping 12 shots.

Appoquinimink 1, Smyrna 0: A first-half goal stood up for the Jaguars in their cononference victory.

Cassidy Cook had 12 saves for Smyrna, which was outshot, 18-4.

College softball

Hornets win opener: Top-seeded Delaware State downed No. 4 North Carolina A&T, 8-5, in the first round of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Tournament on Thursday.

The Hornets (28-16) played Bethune-Cookman on Thursday night in the tourney, being played in Ormond Beach, Fla.

DelState tied the program record for most consecutive victories with 14,

With the contest tied 1-1, in the bottom of the third, Khaliyah Flournory put DSU ahead with a leadoff homer.

Two innings later, Flournory came through again, this time sparking a three-run outburst with an RBI-single to center field to bring in outfielder Mika Lumsden, who led off with a double to right center.

Charleston 6, Delaware 4: Sara Garcia belted a two-run homer in the bottom of the sixth inning as the Cougars eliminated the Blue Hens from the Colonial Athletic Association tournament.

The Hens, who won a game in the conference tournament for the first time since 2004, end their season with a 30-21 record. Delaware’s 30 wins this year are tied for the fifth most in a UD single season.

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