Roundup: Lake Forest boys knock off Woodbridge; Cape beats Dover

Lake Forest High kept Woodbridge from wrapping up the Henlopen Conference Southern Division title with a 67-56 victory over the Blue Raiders in boys’ basketball on Tuesday night.

Woodbridge is now 8-2 in the South (10-6 overall) with four division games remaining. The second-place Spartans are 10-3 in the South (12-6 overall) with one division game left.

The victory was Lake Forest’s first over Woodbridge since 2013, snapping a 10-game losing streak.

In Tuesday’s showdown, the Spartans jumped out to a 24-10 first-quarter lead. Jaysem Vasquez (19 points), Isaiah Morris (15) and Thomas Hoskins (15) paced Lake Forest.

Kejon Mosley scored a game-high 24 points for Woodbridge while Jamon Kane had 18.

Cape Henlopen 56, Dover 52: The Senators cut a 15-point deficit down to just three going into the fourth quarter before the Vikings held them off.

Ian Robertson tallied 17 points for Cape, which remains tied with Smyrna for the North lead with one division game remaining. Izaiah Dadzie and Randy Rickards added 10 points apiece.

Elijah Allen and Javan Peace had 12 points each for Dover, which was playing its first game since Feb. 2.

Smyrna 66, Polytech 48: The Eagles (11-1 North, 16-2 overall) guaranteed themselves at least a tie for the Henlopen North title with the victory in their division finale.

Cape Henlopen (10-1) still has to face Caesar Rodney on Monday in its last North contest. Cape and Smyrna split their two meetings and will have a playoff game if they end up tied.

Greg Bloodsworth (20 points), Caleb Mathews (14), Jaymeir Garnett (12) and Nalik Veasley-Johnson (10) all scored in double figures for Smyrna in Tuesday’s win. Bloodsworth and Matthews each contributed four of the Eagles’ nine three-pointers.

Polytech got 17 points from Micah Saunders and 10 from Kavii Woodruff.

Sussex Tech 56, Caesar Rodney 53: The Riders missed a couple three-pointers just before the final buzzer as the Ravens hung on for the North win.

Jaquan Burton (14), Devon Reynolds (11) and Ricky Kane (10) all reached double figures for Sussex Tech, which built a 32-22 halftime lead. The Ravens sank seven three-pointers to three for the Riders.

Shaft Clark (18), Davione Robinson (15) and Jaden Corbett (10) paced CR.

Indian River 50, Milford 49: The Indians rallied from a five-point, fourth-quarter deficit to edge the Buccaneers in overtime.

IR outscored the Buccaneers, 5-4, in OT to notch the South victory. Jamier Felton finished with a game-high 22 points for the Indians while Antonio Jones added 11.

Parker Chandler led Milford with 13 points.

Laurel 59, Delmar 43: Holsen Ulysse netted 20 points and the Bulldogs shook off an early six-point deficit to pick up the South win.

Laurel, which also got 10 points from Da’Jion Garrison, outscored the Wildcats by a combined 34-12 in the second and third quarters.

William Schuyler hit four three-pointers and tallied 19 points for Delmar.

Seaford 72, Sussex Academy 21: The Blue Jays used a 30-6 in the third quarter to cap off their Henlopen South victory.

ECHS@DSU 56, Sussex Central 50: The Hornets improved to 13-4 after stretching their winning streak to eight games in a row.

Girls’ basketball

Woodbridge 49, Lake Forest 38: The Blue Raiders finished 14-0 in the South with the win.

The title puts Woodbridge (16-3 overall) in the Henlopen Conference championship game which will be played on a date TBA.

The Raiders, who got 15 points from Cha’Kya Johnson, outscored the Spartans, 26-10, in the second quarter to take control.
Grace Aguilar netted a team-high 14 points for Lake Forest.

Cape Henlopen 61, Dover 46: The Vikings outscored the Senators by a combined 21 points in the first and fourth quarters to avenge an earlier North loss to Dover.

Dania Cannon poured in 23 points for Cape with Melanie McCloy (12) and Niyashja Mosley (11) also scoring in double figures.

Tamyah Jones tallied 20 points for Dover, which had a four-game winning streak snapped.

Smyrna 57, Polytech 43: Jayla Smith erupted for 31 points, with three three-pointers, as the Eagles earned their first North win in their division finale.

Jennifer Sloven added 12 points for Smyrna.

Yaa Afriyie (18) and Jazmin Kellam (15) led the Panthers.

Indian River 56, Milford 32: The Indians pulled away to a 19-2 first-quarter lead en route to the South victory.

Fabrea McCray had 14 points with Kealey Allison scoring 10 for IR.

Vanasha Daniels had 18 of the Buccaneers’ points.

Seaford 48, Sussex Academy 24: The Blue Jays downed the Seahawks to earn a South win.

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