Roundup: Post 10 Generals sweep Post 3 Milford in Legion baseball

The Post 10 Generals swept Post 3 Milford, 14-2 and 22-5, in an American Legion baseball doubleheader on Sunday afternoon.

In the opener, Andrew Ebert had a pair of hits, including a double, for Milford with Mike Melvin also contributing a double.

Milford scored four of its five runs in the first inning of the nightcap. Ethan Hurd had two hits, with a double, and scored twice while reliever Jimmy Kucharzyk struck out five in 4.1 innings.

Post 3, which played four games in two days over the weekend, hosts Delvets Post 1 at Milford High at 6 p.m.

High school softball

Blue-Gold game on Thursday: The Blue-Gold All-Star Softball Game will be played on Thursday at Dover Little League.

This year’s All-State team will be introduced at 6 p.m. with the game to follow at about 6:30 p.m.

College athletics

Wesley 80th in Division III standings: Wesley College placed 80th among all NCAA Division III athletic programs when this year’s final Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings were released on Thursday.

That put the Wolverines in the top 17.7 percent of all athletic programs. The Learfield Directors’ Cup ranks Division III schools based on 18 sports — nine women’s and nine men’s.

Wesley received 70 points from the performances of their fall sports teams, 72 points from their winter sports’ performances and 99.25 points for the spring season, giving the Wolverines a total of 241.25 points on the year.

The Wolverines were joined by four other Capital Athletic Conference members in the top 80: York, Mary Washington, Christopher Newport, and Salisbury.

“We are proud to be recognized in the top 20 percent of institutions in overall success that the Learfield Cup represents,” said Wesley athletic director Mike Drass. “Being one of five CAC teams in the top 80 teams in the nation is a true point of pride for Wesley athletics.”

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