Roundup: Maddalena’s goal lifts Panthers by Bucs 1-0

Emily Wagner of Wesley advances the ball ahead of Neumann’s Jessica Harrell in the first half of the match Tuesday night in Dover. (Special to the Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh)

Emily Wagner of Wesley advances the ball ahead of Neumann’s Jessica Harrell in the first half of the match Tuesday night in Dover. (Special to the Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh)

Marco Maddalena’s goal in the 18th minute was enough as the Polytech High boys’ soccer team defeated Milford High 1-0 on Tuesday night.

With the win, the Panthers stayed unbeaten and moved to 4-0.

Caesar Rodney 6, Glasgow 1: Ricardo Hernandez scored five times as the Riders earned their first victory of the year.

Thomas McPoyle also scored for CR.

Smyrna 5, St. Thomas More 1: Dakota Kerr’s two goals led Smyrna to the win.

The Eagles also got goals from Fitzgerald Freeman, Zach Zlock and Nicholas Taylor.

Lake Forest 9, Delaware Academy of Public Safety and Security 0: Parker Sard and William Parker each recorded a hat trick for the Spartans.

Tyler Mitchell, Anthony Oviedo and Cameron Beulah each added a goal for Lake Forest.

Cape Henlopen 1, Sussex Academy 0: Troy Humphries netted the overtime winner for the Vikings.

Field hockey

Cape Henlopen 5, Dover 0: Alia Marshall led the way with a pair goals as the defending state champions improved to 3-0.

Jackie Cannon, Lindsay Monigle and Mia Carulli tallied one goal apiece for Cape.

Milford 4, Polytech 1: Rajene Bowe’s three goals paced the Buccaneers on Tuesday.

Courtney Kohel had a goal for Milford while Madison Knight scored the lone Polytech goal.

Volleyball

St. Thomas More 3, Sussex Academy 0: Sarah Pool’s 10 kills lifted the Ravens to a 25-13, 25-11, 25-13 victory.

Dover 3, Lake Forest 1: The Senators defeated the Spartans 25-11, 27-29, 27-25, 25-22.

Delaware Military Academy 3, Smyrna 0: The Eagles fell to the reigning state champions 25-16, 25-21, 25-18.

Cape Henlopen 3, Indian River 0: The Vikings won in straight sets 25-18, 25-16, 25-20

Men’s soccer

Virginia Tech 2, Delaware 0: The shots just weren’t falling in favor of the Blue Hens Tuesday evening at Stuart & Suzanne Grant Stadium as No. 19 Virginia Tech shut out Delaware, 2-0.

College field hockey

Allison Perugini of Wesley trying to maneuver past Neumann’s Styler Lemma in the match played at Wolverine Stadium Tuesday night. (Special to the Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh )

Allison Perugini of Wesley trying to maneuver past Neumann’s Styler Lemma in the match played at Wolverine Stadium Tuesday night. (Special to the Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh )

Neumann 2, Wesley 1: The Wolverines took an early lead, but ultimately dropped a contest in double overtime to the Neumann Knights on Tuesday evening at Drass Field. Wesley scored in the first five minutes, but fell 2-1 in the extra period.

Wesley goalkeeper Sidney Knott made a career-high 12 saves and Taylor Timmons netted the goal for the Wolverines as the squad took 17 shots and 11 penalty corners. Morgan Seymour earned a defensive save for the Wolverines.

Wesley’s Kasey Fry (right) and teammate Isabella Lucia work the ball upfield ahead of Neumann’s Jessica Harrell. (Special to the Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh)

Wesley’s Kasey Fry (right) and teammate Isabella Lucia work the ball upfield ahead of Neumann’s Jessica Harrell. (Special to the Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh)

College volleyball

St. Francis 3, Delaware State 0: Delaware State won the opening set for the first time in a match this season, but failed to hold on in a loss to St. Francis Brooklyn in the Hornets’ 2016 home opener in Memorial Hall.

DSU won the first set 25-21 before the Terriers bounced back to win the next three 25-18, 25-21 and 25-20.

Sydney Armbrister and Sabina Szmajduch led the Hornets with nine kills each. DSU’s Gabriella Enriquez topped all players with 29 assists, while teammate Aaliyah McBean recorded a match-high 17 digs.

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