Roundup: Polytech blanks Lake Forest 4-0 in boys’ soccer

Polytech High netted a pair of goals in each half as the Panthers blanked Lake Forest, 4-0, in boys’ soccer on Tuesday afternoon.

Senior Dakota Gilpin scored three of Polytech’s goals with Stanley Waite adding the other. The Panthers out-shot the Spartans, 30-0, and held a 4-0 edge in corner kicks.

Lake Forest made 26 saves,

Caesar Rodney 3, Sussex Academy 0: Monroe Hite tallied the Riders’ last two goals in the win.

Rocky Edmond also scored for CR, which got five saves from Zander Omans. CR out-shot the Seahawks, 18-8.

Sussex Academy’s Cole White made eight saves.

Delmar 2, Milford 1: Logan Horvath and Guillermo Konowaluk netted first-half goals for the Wildcats in the Henlopen South win.

Cape Henlopen 1, Laurel 0: Eid Nouhra’s goal in the 25th minute stood up for the Vikings.

Goalies Alan Marin-Quiroz and Forest Dotterer combined for six saves as both squads took six shots.

Laurel’s Jailon Gillespie stopped five shots.

Dover 5, First State Military 0: The Senators put up four first-half goals to earn the win.

Woodbridge 2, Smyrna 0: The Blue Raiders netted two second-half goals to pick up the win.

Sussex Central 12, Seaford 1: The Golden Knights tallied seven first-half goals in their victory.

Field hockey

Dover 2, Woodbridge 1: Chelsea Johnson’s goal with 3:29 left lifted the Senators to the win.

Superia Clark tied the game with 11:19 remaining while Richana Brown made three saves. Dover finished with advantages of 16-4 in shots and 8-2 in corners.

Bethany Knutsen scored early in the second half for the Raiders with Alyssa Anthony making 11 saves.

Milford 4, Sussex Academy 3: The Buccaneers tallied the final four goals to pull out the victory.

Hailey Sidibe scored the game winner in overtime, Samantha Jacona scored twice and Beau Davis added Milford’s first goal. Eve Sekscinski made five saves.

Addy Leonhartt had two goals for the Seahawks with Emma Westbrook also scoring. Gianna Voges made eight saves.

Delmar 7, Polytech 1: Olivia Twilley tallied a pair of goals for the unbeaten Wildcats.

Five other players added a goal for Delmar, which led 5-0 at halftime. The Wildcats finished with advantages of 13-5 in shots and 12-3 in corners,

Polytech’s Claire Fuchs scored only the second goal that Delmar has allowed this season while Raegan Thomas made five saves.

Laurel 1, Caesar Rodney 0: Peyton Givans scored with 10:43 left to give the Bulldogs the win.

Sussex Central 6, Seaford 0: The Golden Knights scored three goals in each half to earn the victory.

Worcester Prep, Md. 6, St. Thomas More 0: Worcester scored four second-half goals to put away the win.


Caesar Rodney 3, Lake Forest 1: The Riders won the last two sets in posting the 25-22, 20-25, 25-11, 25-22 victory.

Indian River 3, Polytech 0: The Indians posted a 25-5, 25-15, 25-15 victory over the Panthers.

Pacing IR were Raychel Ehlers (19 kills, 4 aces, 6 digs), Camryn Ehlers (19 assists, 6 digs) and Jessica Amezcua (7 aces).

Dover 3, Seaford 0: The Senators improved to 9-2 with the 25-0, 25-3, 25-7 victory.

Cape Henlopen 3, Delmar 0: The Vikings earned a 25-17, 25-22, 25-17 win over the Wildcats.

Leading Cape were Kathryn Knarr (7 kills, 1 ace, 6 digs), Breahna Kusen (6 kills) and Abigail Derrickson (4 aces, 10 assists).

Sussex Tech 3, Woodbridge 0: The Ravens won the match by scores of 25-7, 25-13, 25-23.

Alexandra Johnson (5 kills, 8 aces), Nataleigh Hunter (2 kills, 6 aces, 5 digs, 11 assists), Karly Davis (1 kill, 7 aces, 10 digs) and Brynn Parker (4 kills, 2 aces, 12 digs) sparked Sussex Tech.

Sussex Central 3, Sussex Academy 0: The Golden Knights downed the Seahawks, 25-22, 25-22, 25-20.

Katelyn Evick had 10 kills and three aces for Central, Taylor Silkworth had six goals with Madelynn McTeer and Easia Wescott both adding three aces and 11 assists.

College basketball

Hornets, Hens to play in Wilm.: This season’s Delaware State-Delaware men’s basketball game will be played in Wilmington the two schools announced on Tuesday.

The Dec. 16 contest will be held at the 76ers Fieldhouse, the multi-purpose facility near the Wilmington Waterfront. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m.

This year’s contest was slated to be a DSU home game after the state’s two Division I programs played in Newark last winter. The Hornets won last year’s contest, 73-71.

It will be the 20th meeting between the Blue Hens and Hornets with Delaware holding a 14-5 advantage.

Previous games were played at UD’s Delaware Fieldhouse and Carpenter Center and DSU’s Alumni Hall. The 76ers Fieldhouse, which opened last January, has a capacity of 2,500. It is the home of the NBA G League’s Delaware Blue Coats.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public sale on Nov. 1. Ticket prices for the game are $30 for floor seats and $18 for bleacher seats.

College field hockey

Hens’ Carr honored by CAA: Delaware’s Ashlyn Carr earned her first Colonial Athletic Association award Tuesday as the Blue Hens’ midfielder was tabbed the league’s Rookie of the Week.

The Delmar High grad tallied a season-best two goals in Sunday’s conference-opening 5-1 victory at No. 25 Northeastern. She also held strong performances against No. 5 Princeton (Oct. 1) and at Richmond (Oct. 4) as No. 11 Delaware moved to 8-2 on the year.

Carr has started all 10 games this season and is currently second for the Hens with 12 points (eighth, CAA) on five goals (eighth, CAA) and two assists.

College soccer

MEN, Princeton 3, Delaware 0: The Blue Hens fell to 2-4-3 with the non-conference loss.

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