Roundup: No. 16 Hoosiers dominate DSU 103-56 in men’s basketball

No. 16 Indiana was too much for Delaware State on Monday night, cruising to a 103-56 victory over the Hornets in men’s basketball at Assembly Hall.

The Hoosiers (9-2) extended their home winning streak to 25 games in a row with the one-sided win.

O.G. Anunoby led four Hoosiers in double figures with 19 points, nine rebounds and four blocks, while James Blackmon, Jr. had 18 points on 7-of-11 shooting from the floor. Robert Johnson chipped in 16 points, while Thomas Bryant scored 14 to go with six rebounds and four assists.

DeVaughn Mallory (Polytech) had 14 points and nine rebounds to pace DelState while Kobe Kantz added 13 points. The two players combined to sink 12-of-20 shots from the floor.

“We ran into one of the Hoosier bust-offs tonight,” said Hornet coach Keith Walker. ”They shot the ball extremely well. I was extremely impressed by how they made shots, not only the 1, the 2, and the 3, but the 4 and the 5.

“After halftime, I promised the team that they could not duplicate that first half shooting percentage, which was 71 percent, and we did cut it down 67 percent. But give Indiana all the credit in the world. They certainly deserve to be one of the top 10 teams because the way they played left me very impressed.”

The Hornets (3-10) never led in the contest and trailed by as many as 50 points late in the game. Indiana outrebounded DelState, 44-28.

Boys’ basketball

Woodrow Wilson (DC) 71, St. Thomas More 55: The Ravens fell to 2-2 with the loss on Sunday at Girard College.

Eric Montanez scored 26 points with Elias Revelle adding 20 for St. Thomas More. The Ravens were only 6-for-14 from the foul line while Woodrow Wilson was 21-for-28.

Red Lion Christian 63, Lake Forest 58: Isaiah Morris and Cameron Lewis tallied 12 points apiece for the Spartans in their nonconference loss.

Kobe Mumford added 10 points for Lake Forest (3-3).

Woodbridge 61, Laurel 41: The Raiders jumped out to a 35-15 lead after two quarters before posting the Henlopen South win.

Delmarva Christian 56, Sussex Academy 54: Parker Giltner hit the game-winning shot just before the buzzer in overtime to lift the Royals.

Andrew Workman (13 points), Josh Vonhof (12), Wyatt Kwiatkowski (11) and Giltner (10) all finished in double figures for Delmarva Christian, which rallied from a nine-point halftime deficit.

Bryant Faulk had a game-high 19 points for the Seahawks with Zach Zalewski scoring 16.

Seaford 57, Delmar 52: The Blue Jays downed the Wildcats in a Henlopen South matchup.

Girls’ basketball

St. Thomas More 58, Willingboro, N.J. 37: Aniah Patterson netted 20 points, including three three-pointers, as the Ravens improved to 3-1 with the win on Saturday.

DahNaija Barnes and Jessica Simmons added 12 points each for St. Thomas More, which outscored Willingboro, 33-18, in the second half.

Laurel 50, Delmarva Christian 33: The Bulldogs picked up a nonconference win over the Royals on Monday.

Worcester Prep, Md. 44, Woodbridge 26: Worcester built a 21-14 halftime advantage en route to the victory.


Sussex Central 49, Middletown 16: In a match held on Friday, the Golden Knight posted five straight pins to earn the nonconference victory.

Lucas Hudson (195 pounds) won by fall in 35 seconds, John Morris (220) won in 40 seconds while Blake Chambers (170) had a 41-second pin.

Also winning by fall for Central were Yunior Cryz (182) and Mario Santizo (285).

College baseball

UD’s Glover earns preseason honor: Delaware senior outfielder Jordan Glover was selected to the Collegiate Baseball Magazine Preseason NCAA Division I All-American team on Monday.

Glover was one of 81 players nationwide selected to the three teams and one of 10 outfielders mentioned. He earned a spot on the third team.

A second-team All-East (ECAC) and first-team All-Colonial Athletic Association selection, Glover enjoyed an outstanding spring during his first season at Delaware after sitting out 2015 with an injury. He led the Hens in six offensive categories as he batted .361, collected 72 hits, banged out 20 doubles, knocked in 52 runs, collected 111 total bases, and was good on 22 of 25 stolen base attempts.

He also scored 49 runs, had a .555 slugging percentage, hit five home runs, and committed just two errors in 112 chances in leftfield (.982).

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