Roundup: Senator soccer team nips Friends 2-1 in OT

Dover High scored in overtime to post a 2-1 victory over Wilmington Friends in boys’ soccer on Saturday.

The nonconference win was the third in a row for the Senators, who evened their record at 4-4-1.

The victory also avenged a 3-2 loss to the Quakers a year ago.

St. Mark’s 5, Sussex Tech 1: Joshua Artiga netted a second-half goal for the Ravens in the nonconference loss.

Jodi Johnson made five saves for Sussex Tech, which held a 15-10 edge in shots.

College field hockey

St. Joseph 2, Delaware 1: The Blue Hens scored early, but the Hawks responded and held on as No. 8 Delaware fell to No. 21 Saint Joseph.

Junior Greta Nauck posted the lone goal of the afternoon for the Hens, the 56th of her career and 12th of the season, in the 11th minute.

The Hawks (13-3) recorded the equalizer in the 39th minute before Emily Henry tipped in the game-winner off of a penalty corner with less than two minutes remaining on the game clock.

Delaware outshot the Hawks, 15-11, including a 10-1 margin in the first half. The Hens also held a 6-4 advantage in penalty corners, including a 5-0 margin in the first half.

College soccer

MEN, Mary Washington 1, Wesley 0: The Wolverines played tough against the No. 24 Eagles before falling by a goal.

After giving a goal to Mary Washington’s Justin Caray in the third minute, Wesley had a number of close shots, including an Andrea Carboni shot in the first half that the Eagle goalkeeper had to scramble back to prevent from trickling into the goal.

J.P. Amougou registered two shots while Danny Garza and John Vasquez each recorded a shot for the Wolverines.

College volleyball

Marymount 3, Wesley 0: The Wolverines fell in three sets, 25-20, 25-22, 25-18, in Capital Athletic Conference action.

Jessica Tynes led the Wolverine offense with 10 kills. She also notched six blocks and six digs.

Tionne Graves-Brown tallied 11 digs and seven kills. Tania Rounds, Nadia Hopkins and Codi Ziolkowski each recorded three kills in the loss. Hopkins also blocked four attacks while Rounds, Ziolkowski and Mary Getty each collected two blocks a piece.

Lindsay Burg handed out 14 assists and Caelli Clifford dug out a team-best 13 attacks.

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