Roundup: Lake Forest edges Delmarva Christian in boys’ soccer

William Parker netted the game’s only goal in the 70th minute to lift Lake Forest High to a 1-0 victory over Delmarva Christian in boys’ soccer on Monday afternoon.

The Spartans finish the season with a record of 6-9 after winning three of their last four games.

The Royals are 5-8-1 with one game remaining.

Christiana 3, Woodbridge 1: Brian Navarrete-Contreras scored the Raiders’ only goal in their season-ending loss.

Leslie Hayes made seven saves for Woodbridge (6-8-1).

Field hockey

St. Georges 1, Polytech 0: Hope Mintzer’s second-half goal gave the Hawks the victory.

Holly Rembold made eight saves for the Panthers, who held advantages of 12-9 in shots and 13-5 in corners.

Laurel, St. Thomas More 0: Joanna Perez-Rubio talled the winning goal for the Bulldogs in the second half.

College football

Wolverines move up in polls: The Wesley College football team climbed a spot in both major Division III polls on Monday.

After picking up a 26-7 win over Montclair State on Saturday to improve their record to 7-1 overall and 7-0 in the NJAC, the Wolverines improved to No. 13 in both the and the American Football Coaches Association poll.

NJAC foe Frostburg State sits in the No. 14 spot in the and No. 17 in the AFCA poll. This week’s opponent Salisbury stayed at No. 25 in the poll after entering the Top 25 for the first time this season last week.

Salisbury is among the “others receiving votes” in the AFCA rankings.

Wesley hosts the Sea Gulls (7-0 NJAC, 7-1 overall) on Saturday at noon in a showdown that will likely decide the conference title.

Wesley’s Lee honored again: Wesley sophomore running back E.J. Lee was named the New Jersey Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week for the second time this season.

Lee produced his eighth consecutive 100-yard rushing game this season, finishing with 157 yards on 20 carries. He also ran for a pair of scores, including a 47-yard fourth-quarter touchdown.

The NJAC’s leading rusher (1,170) by 491 yards over his nearest competitor, Lee is averaging a conference-best 146.2 yards per game.

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