Roundup: McKay scores 3, adds assist as Panthers blank Riders 5-0

Madi McKay collected three goals and an assist to pace Polytech High to a 5-0 victory over Caesar Rodney in Henlopen Conference field hockey on Tuesday afternoon.

Mackenzie Estrada and Cecilia Carter (1 assist) also scored goals for the Panthers, who led 3-0 at halftime. Holly Rembold made a pair of saves.

Lauren Caulk made 18 saves for the Riders as Polytech finished with advantages of 31-2 in shots and 21-5 in corners.

Sussex Tech 1, Dover 0: Taylor Wroten scored on a second-half on a penalty stroke to give the Ravens the victory.

Goalie Grace Lee made six saves for Sussex Tech as Dover outshot the Ravens, 7-3.

Smyrna 2, Woodbridge 0: Julie Snow and Jessica Bergold both scored goals to pace the Eagles.

Katelynn Porter made three saves for Smyrna as the Raiders finished with advantages of 7-4 in shots and 5-4 in corners,

Cape Henlopen 7, Milford 2: The Vikings led by only a goal at halftime before tallying four answered goals in the second half.

Cameron Smith and Annie Judge scored two goals each for Cape, which also got goals from Carly Truitt, Kaylie Truitt and Catherine Frederick. The Vikings held advantages of 22-3 in shots and 19-3 in corners.

Leah Barnett made 15 saves for the Buccaneers, who got goals from Darby Brennan and Vanasha Daniels.

Indian River 0, Lake Forest 0: The Indians and Spartans played to a scoreless tie.

Mya Parks made six saves for IR with August Lewis stopping four shots for the Spartans.

St. Thomas More 3, Design-Lab DE 0: The Ravens scored twice in the second half to put away the win.

Sophia Strafford (1 assist), Ellie Kim and and Zoe Kelly all scored for St. Thomas More.

Delmar 12, Seaford 0: The Wildcats stayed unbeaten with the Henlopen Conference win.

Boys’ soccer

Dover 1, Milford 0: Emerson Escalante-Diaz’s goal off an assist from Wepare Abdulai in the second half lifted the Senators.

The win was the fourth in a row for Dover (5-4-1).

Indian River 7, Lake Forest 0: The Indians scored five second-half goals to pull away to the South win.

IR got goals from Edgardo Velasquez, Wilberth Gonzalez Gomez, Oscar Cruz Osorio, Jared Cordoba, Jhony Ortiz Velasquez, Reed Klemkowski and Willem Lambertson.

Brandon Tice made 20 saves for the Spartans.

Laurel, 5, St. Mark’s 4: Wilder Gonzalez-Perez scored in overtime to lift the Bulldogs to the nonconference win.

Santos Rodas, Brighten Conway, Ludvin Gonzalez-Perez and Craig Rice also scored for Laurel while Jailon Gillespie made four saves. Laurel finished with advantages of 13-10 in shots and 4-1 in corner kicks.

Sussex Central 2, Delmar 1: Rubelmin Perez, scored two goals, including the game winner in the 78th minute, to lift the Golden Knights.

Ryan Kowalski netted the Wildcats’ goal.

Design-Lab DE 3, St. Thomas More 1: John Magee scored a second-half goal for the Ravens in the loss.

Volleyball

Polytech 3, Delmar 0: The Panthers downed the Wildcats, 25-14, 25-19, 25-13.

Kaylee Williams (7 kills, 7 digs), Anabella Tiberi (4 aces, 13 assists) and Destini Harrison (11 digs),

Caesar Rodney 3, St. Thomas More 0: The Riders downed the Ravens, 25-19, 25-15, 25-14.

CR was led by Chloe Therese Mangubat (15 kills, 2 aces, 5 digs), Ana Lucia Villabona (3 kills, 1 ace, 2 digs, 23 assists) and Sara Cessna (6 kills, 2 aces).

Dover 3, Woodbridge 1: The Senators improved to 8-4 with the victory.

Smyrna 3, Lake Forest 0: The Eagles registered the victory by scores of 25-17, 25-11, 25-11.

Cape Henlopen 3, Sussex Academy 0: The Vikings picked up the victory by scores of 25-16, 25-18, 25-10.

Cape Henlopen was paced by Logan Shuttleworth (4 kills, 7 aces, 8 digs, 25 assists), Sophia Spinelli (10 kills, 6 digs) and Kathryn Knarr (6 kills, 1 ace, 11 digs).

Sussex Tech 3, Seaford 0: The Ravens posted the win by scores of 25-4, 25-10, 25-14.

Paige Shockley had four aces for Sussex Tech with Gracen adding two kills and a pair of aces.

College soccer

MEN, Delaware 1, UMBC 1: The Blue Hens (5-5-3) enjoyed a 1-0 lead deep into the second half thanks to a 43rd-minute goal by Chad Poarch.

But the Retrievers knotted the score in the 64th minute before the contest ended in a tie. Delaware goalkeeper Todd Morton made a season-high seven saves.

College volleyball

Alvernia 3, Wesley 2: The Wolverines dropped the back-and-forth match by scores of 22-25, 25-19, 20-25, 25-16, 16-14.

College field hockey

Hens slip to No. 11: After a 1-1 weekend, Delaware dropped three places to No. 11 in the most recent Penn Monto/National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division I Coaches poll.

The Blue Hens (10-4, 2-0 CAA) fell to then-No. 21 Saint Joseph’s, 2-1, on Saturday before topping Columbia, 8-1, on Sunday.

UD’s Nauck honored by CAA: Delaware’s Greta Greta Nauck was named the CAA Field Hockey Player of the Week for the third time this season.

The junior forward tallied her second career four-goal game and broke the school record for goals in a career.

With her 60 career goals, Nauck also entered the Top 10 in the CAA record books where she’s tied eighth. She is also fourth among the NCAA’s active career goals leaders.

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