Roundup: Seaford boys beat Milford; Smyrna’s Wilson Norfolk-bound; Hens fall at Hofstra

Seaford High jumped out to a 12-point first-quarter lead before downing Milford, 68-58, in Henlopen Conference Southern Division boys’ basketball on Thursday night.

Quintae Skyes scored a game-high 21 points for the Blue Jays (6-4), who won for the third time in their last four games.

Ethan Lambert (13), Nathan Barrett (10) and Vance Correa (10) also scored in double figures for Seaford, which built a 43-27 halftime advantage.

Daniel Shockley (16), Jaxson Turner (15) and Parker Chandler (15) combined to score 46 of the Buccaneers’ 58 points.

Red Lion Christian 83, First State Military 40: Zion Lofland scored 12 points and Diondre Valdez-Anderson added 11 for the Bulldogs in the loss.

Girls’ basketball

Woodbridge 54, Delmar 22: The Raiders jumped out to a 31-8 halftime lead before picking up the Henlopen South win.

Cha’Kya Johnson had 16 points with Mikayla Serpa adding 12 as Woodbridge won its third game in a row.

Shaniya Briddell scored a team-high nine points for the Wildcats, hitting four of their eight field goals.

Laurel 44, Indian River 35: Trailing by three, the Bulldogs used a 21-4 run in the second quarter to take control of the Henlopen South contest.

Logan Handy netted a game-high 21 points for Laurel.

Fabrea McCray tallied a team-high 18 points for the Indians with Braydee Whitman grabbing 11 rebounds.


Smyrna’s Wilson signs with Norfolk: Smyrna High quarterback Isaiah Wilson V has signed a scholarship offer from Norfolk State University, he announced on social media Thursday afternoon.

Wilson played his senior year at Smyrna after transferring from Glasgow High. He was part of the Eagles’ 2017 Division I state championship squad.

Wilson threw for 1,714 yards and 12 touchdowns in his senior season in 12 games. He also rushed for a pair of touchdowns for the Eagles.

He will be joining a Norfolk State team which went 4-7 this past season and 4-4 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Norfolk State finished eighth in the conference standings in 2017.

College basketball

MEN, Hofstra 90, Delaware 63: The Pride shot 61 percent from the field in the second half to pull away to the Colonial Athletic Association victory.

The Blue Hens (11-9, 4-3 CAA) saw their three-game winning streak snapped while losing at Hofstra (12-7, 5-2) for the fourth straight season.

Freshman guard Ryan Allen paced Delaware with 16 points, while Anthony Mosley contributed 15. Ryan Daly chipped in 13 points and a team-best eight rebounds, reaching double figures for the 18th game in a row.

Delaware shot 44.8 percent but was just 2-of-13 from three-point range.

“Hofstra is a talented offensive team,” said UD coach Martin Ingelsby. “We let them get confident, and at that point they’re hard to defend. We got off to a good start offensively, but missed some free throws and got careless with the ball to let them get out in transition late in the half.

“We didn’t have any answers for them in the second half. We let our offense affect our defense, and didn’t dig or communicate the way we needed to.”

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