ROUNDUP: McKibbin’s goal lifts Polytech over Caravel in field hockey

Mairead McKibbin’s first-half goal stood up as Polytech High edged Caravel, 1-0, in a nonconference field hockey game on Monday afternoon.

The victory was the third in a row for the Panthers (10-2) while the Buccaneers are 12-1 after suffering their first loss of the season.

Holly Rembold made four saves to earn the save while Mackenzie Estrada assisted on McKibbin’s goal. Polytech held advantages of 13-6 in shots and 10-6 in corners.

Lake Forest 5, Red Lion Christian 1: Grace Aguilar tallied the Spartans’ first two goals in their nonconference victory.

Cassie Dempsey, Kaley Aldrich and Maycee Collison also scored for Lake Forest (8-3-1) while August Lewis and Mikayla Smith combining for seven saves.

The Spartans outshot the Lions, 11-8, and held an 8-4 edge in corners.

St. Thomas More 2, Glasgow 1: Christine Giuttari’s overtime goal lifted the Ravens past the Dragons.

Kylie Forrest scored in the first half for St. Thomas More.

Sussex Central 3, Milford 0: Bayleigh Perdue, Jade Taylor and Saige Bullock all scored in a six-minute span of the second half to lift the Golden Knights.

Central held advantages of 12-2 in shots and 13-3 in corners.

Laurel 5, Seaford 0: Peyton Givans and Erin Carey both scored a goal in each half in the Bulldogs’ conference win.

Dakota Moxley added Laurel’s first goal. The Bulldogs outshot the Blue Jays, 20-1.

Worcester Prep, Md. 6, Delmarva Christian 0: Mara Agapito stopped 16 shots for the Royals in the loss.

Ursuline 6, Sussex Academy 0: Rachael Megonigal made 13 saves in the loss for the Seahawks, who were outshot, 19-3.

Boys’ soccer

Indian River 4, Cape Henlopen 3: Yves Graf netted a hat trick as the Indians edged the Vikings.

Jared Cordoba also scored for IR, which led 4-2 after Graf’s goal in the 48th minute. Zachary Neal made seven saves for the Indians, who outshot Cape, 18-8.

Juan Larez-Carrillo, Kannex Camarco and Arlleneiri Rodriguez-Garcia all scored for the Vikings, who led 2-1 in the first half. Cape’s Alan Marin-Quiroz made eight saves.

Lake Forest 6, Howard 0: Cameron Beulah netted the first three goals for the Spartans, who scored all six of their goals in the second half.

Muhammad Statts, Noah Miller and William Parker also scored for Lake Forest, which outscored the Wildcats, 27-6.

Christiana 7, First State Military 0: The Vikings scored four first-half goals en route to the win over Bulldogs.

Worcester Prep, Md. 10, Delmarva Christian 1: The Royals scored their only goal in the second half.

Volleyball

Sussex Academy 3, Delcastle 1: The Seahawks took the first two games before earning the 25-14, 25-21, 13-25, 25-13 victory.

Sussex Academy was paced by Searra Pollitt (10 kills, 2 aces, 1 block, 18 digs), Julia Swingle (9 aces, 8 digs), Emily Moody (3 kills, 2 aces, 7 digs, 13 assists) and Grace Bucklin (1 kill, 19 digs).

Lake Forest 3, Seaford 0: The Spartans picked up the Henlopen South win by scores of 25-9, 25-17, 25-4.

Red Lion Christian 3, Delmarva Christian 0: The Lions downed the Royals by scores of 25-13, 25-14, 25-17.

Leading Delmarva Christian were Ashlyn Stonebraker (3 kills, 8 digs, 15 assists) and Hannah Picconi (5 kills, 3 blocks, 3 digs).

College soccer

WOMEN, Penn 6, Delaware State 0: Goalie Leslie Fazio made eight saves for the Hornets in the loss.

Wesley’s Forsythe honored again: For the third time this season and the second consecutive week, Wesley College junior forward Mackenzie Forsythe was named the Atlantic East Conference Offensive Player of the Week.

Forsythe scored all four goals in a 4-4 tie with Immaculata on Wednesday. With Wesley facing a 4-2 deficit with eight minutes left in regulation, Forsythe netted two goals in the waning moments of regulation to force overtime.

She leads the Atlantic East in points (37) and goals (18).

College field hockey

AEC honors Wolverines’ Hindt: Wesley College junior forward Kaila Hindt was named the Atlantic East Conference Offensive Player of the Week.

Hindt tallied three goals and two assists to total eight points in a 2-1 week for the Wolverines. She registered a pair of goals and an assist in Wesley’s 3-1 win over Cabrini on Thursday.

Hindt leads the Atlantic East in points (31) and goals (13), and is tied for third in assists (5).

College football

Wesley drops to No. 20: The Wesley College football team dropped 12 spots to No. 20 in the D3Football.com Division III poll on Monday.

Both losses for the Wolverines (5-2) have come by just one point this season. That includes a 28-27 setback to Rowan on Saturday.

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