Roundup: Panthers win bracket at Borowski Tournament


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The Polytech High girls’ basketball team defeated St. Georges 61-29 to win its bracket at the Pat Borowski Tournament hosted by Lake Forest High on Wednesday afternoon.

The Panthers reached the final thanks to a 54-34 victory over Indian River on Tuesday afternoon.

With the two wins over the holiday break, Polytech improved to 2-6 on the season.

Sussex Central 45, Lake Forest 39: The Golden Knights closed with a strong fourth quarter to capture the Bracket B title at the Pat Borowski Tournament.

The game was tied 30-30 at the end of the third quarter.

Sussex Central made the final after defeating Middletown on Tuesday. The Golden Knights moved to 7-1 overall.

Caesar Rodney 46, Hodgson 31: The Riders remained unbeaten with an opening round victory at the Diamond State Classic in Wilmington.

CR will play in its bracket’s championship game against Damascus, Md. at 7:30 p.m. tonight.

Alissa Haith led the Riders with 14 points and Brionna Brooks netted 11. Caesar Rodney improved to 7-0.

Milford 53, Woodbridge 18: The Buccaneers earned a victory in the consolation bracket of the Pat Borowski Tournament on Wednesday.

Laurel 43, Indian River 28: The Bulldogs pulled away for a consolation win Wednesday on the final day of the Pat Borowski Tournament.

Dover 51, Woodbridge 16: In a game contested on Tuesday night, the Senators outscored Woodbridge 17-0 in the first quarter for a first round tournament win.

Cape Henlopen 52, Perryville, Md. 19: The Vikings defeated an out of state opponent on Tuesday evening.

Boys’ basketball

Mount Pleasant 48, Cape Henlopen 42: The Vikings fell in the final game of the night Tuesday on the first day of the Slam Dunk to the Beach Tournament.

Cory Barnes paced Cape Henlopen with 12 points. Randy Rickards added nine while Ian Robertson chipped in eight.

Rickards grabbed a game-high 12 rebounds.

Women’s basketball

Longwood 88, Delaware State 77: Despite standout performances by NaJai Pollard and Mikah Aldridge, the Hornets fell on the road in a nonconference matchup on Wednesday night.

Pollard poured in 32 points and pulled down 11 rebounds for her 15th career double-double while playing all 40 minutes. Aldridge added 18 points, shooting 7-of-19 from the floor.

Longwood’s redshirt-freshman Kate Spradlin scored a career-high 22 points with a 6-of-9 shooting performance from beyond the arc and was one of four different Lancers to finish in double figures.

Delaware State dropped to 1-10 while Longwood moved to 2-8.

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