Roundup: Lake Forest defeats Wilmington Friends 16-7

Isaiah Johnson scored a pair of rushing touchdowns and the Lake Forest High football team recorded a 16-7 nonconference win over Wilmington Friends on Friday night.

Kade Collins added a 29-yard field goal for Lake Forest to round out the Spartan scoring.

Lake Forest remained unbeaten and improved to 4-0.

Sussex Tech 42, Milford 14: Kevin Custis rushed for four touchdowns as the Ravens earned the Henlopen Conference Northern Division victory.

Jalen Snead added a 50-yard rushing touchdown while Connor Ellingsworth also had a rushing touchdown.

Jabraih Luke and Marquis Gillis each scored a rushing touchdown for the Buccaneers.

Volleyball

Sussex Academy 3, Brandywine 0: The Seahawks won the nonconference contest 25-23, 25-17, 25-15.

Delmarva Christian wins three times: Delmarva Christian defeated three Maryland schools, Holly Grove Christian, Salisbury Christian and Worcester Prep, all 3-0 on Friday.

Savannah Stewart combined for 20 kills on the day while Sierra Troyer had 14.

College field hockey

Delaware 4, California 1: After trailing early, the No. 12 Blue Hens rallied for a nonconference victory.

The Golden Bears picked up the first goal of the game in the 20th minute before Blue Hens junior Femke Strien countered just three minutes later with her sixth score of the season. Sophomore Grace Hoepfner assisted on the results of a penalty corner.

Sophomore Grace Miller collected her first goal of the season, the eventual game-winner, in the 39th minute to give the Hens the 2-1 advantage.

Delaware continued to put the pressure on in the fourth quarter as freshman Ashlyn Carr (Delmar High) put in a rebound shot for her third goal of the year while Strien notched the final tally in the 57th minute with an impressive fast break from midfield.

College volleyball

Towson 3, Delaware 0: The Hens opened their CAA schedule, but will have to make up ground in the conference standings, falling to Towson in three sets (20-25, 19-25, 21-25) at the Bob Carpenter Center.

The Blue Hens were paced by senior Maria Bellinger who led everyone with 16 kills to go along with five digs.

Senior Andie Hanus contributed 16 digs and freshman Ezgi Basaranlar had 32 assists.

Coppin State 3, Delaware State 0: The Hornets fell in their Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference opener as set scores were 25-21, 25-20 and 25-22.

Jordan Vang led Delaware State with 10 kills, while Jelena Dukic had a team-high 30 assists and Jasmal Cruz topped the Hornets with 12 digs.

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