Roundup: Senators edge Spartans 2-1 in boys soccer

Dover’s Emerson Escalante Diaz prepares to score against Lake Forest on Tuesday. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

Emerson Escalante-Diaz scored two goals in the first half as Dover High edged Lake Forest High 2-1 in a boys’ soccer contest on Tuesday afternoon.

Mick Delima assisted on both of Dover’s goal.

Caesar Rodney 9, Seaford 1: David Haynes’ hat trick helped the Riders down Seaford.

Tommy McPoyle and Chikezie Ikwuagwu each netted a pair of goals for CR. Monroe Hite and Zachary Hellmann also scored for the Riders.

Indian River 2, Polytech 1: Oscar Cruz scored twice in the second half to lift Indian River to a come from behind victory.

Dover’s Mick Delima brings the ball up field against Lake Forest’s Brody O’Brien at Lake Forest on Tuesday.

Connor Young had a first half goal for the Panthers.

Laurel 3, Smyrna 1: Ryan Lopez and Craig Rice had goals for Laurel, who also was aided by an own goal in the win.

Roman Kolakowski provided the lone goal for Smyrna.

Cape Henlopen 7, Delmar 0: Danio Somoza-Lima scored a pair of goals in the shutout win for Cape.

Lake Forest’s goalie Brandon Tice keeps his eye on the ball before making a save against Dover at Lake Forest on Tuesday.

Zach Gelof, Juan Larez-Carrillo, Troy Humphries, Bradley Seneus and Eric Velasquez-Santizo had the other goals for the Vikings.

Milford 3, Sussex Tech 2: Lensky Legros scored twice, including the game-winning goal in the second half as the Buccaneers earned a narrow win over the Ravens.

Jafet Gamboa Perez also scored for Milford. Michael Barr had both of Sussex Tech’s goals.

Field hockey

Polytech 3, Smyrna 1: Madi McKay scored once and assisted on another goal in the Polytech victory.

Mairead McKibbin and Jennah Morris added a goal apiece for Polytech. Cassidy Cook scored for Smyrna.

Dover 2, Woodbridge 0: Ally Manifold and Jacarra Jackson scored in the first half and Dover held on against Woodbridge.

Caesar Rodney 5, Seaford 0: Jessie Prillaman’s hat trick led the Riders over Seaford.

Georgia Weiner and Haydan Lord also scored for the Riders.

Lake Forest 2, Sussex Central 0: Two first half goals paced the Spartans to a shutout.

Cape Henlopen 5, Indian River 0: Alia Marshal had a pair of goals while Annie Judge, Kylie Truitt and Marcella Sabbagh chipped in a goal apiece for Cape Henlopen.

Delmar 10, Milford 0: The Wildcats scored nine goals in the first half behind a hat trick by Peyton Kemp in their win over the Buccaneers.

Logan Walls netted a pair of goals for Delmar.

Sussex Tech 4, Laurel 0: Baylee Ketterman and Aynasti Bowden each tallied two goals as the Ravens earned a win over Laurel.

St. Thomas More 2, A.I. du Pont 1: Ellie Kim and Sunny Choi each scored second half goals in a game played on Monday to lift St. Thomas More to a comeback win.

Volleyball

Caesar Rodney 3, Delmar 0: The Riders won in straight sets 25-15, 25-14, 25-13 behind 11 kills by Chloe Therese Mangubat.

Polytech 3, Lake Forest 1: Kaylee Williams led the Panthers with 12 kills as they won 25-15, 25-8, 22-25, 25-15.

Smyrna 3, Indian River 2: The Eagles won the final set 15-2 to edge Indian River on Tuesday.

Cape Henlopen 3, Woodbridge 0: The Vikings won in straight sets 25-5, 25-9, 25-14 over Woodbridge.

College football

Miller earns weekly honor: Junior wide receiver/safety Cappadonna Miller was named to the D3football.com Team of the Week for his performance in Wesley’s 27-24 overtime win over previously unbeaten Frostburg St.

Miller registered a team-high 12 tackles, including eight solo stops and intercepted a pass in the first quarter.

Miller leads the Wolverines in interceptions (2) and ranks third in tackles (25).

College field hockey

Hens sweep CAA awards: Following a crucial win this past Sunday, the Blue Hens swept the CAA Weekly accolades as Greta Nauck was named the CAA Player of the Week while Lotte de Koning garnered Rookie of the Week honors.

Nauck earned her second recognition of the year after leading then-No. 7 Delaware with two goals in a crucial 5-2 victory over conference rival James Madison. With her four points, the junior forward bypassed Kelly Cawley’s school record of 127 career points and is now atop the Hens leaderboard with 129 points (55g, 19a).

De Koning collected her second straight, and third overall, Rookie of the Week honor with two assists against the then-No. 16 Dukes. The midfielder is third on the team and leads all UD freshmen with 20 points (8g, 4a).

Hens fall to No. 8: Despite a crucial over conference rival James Madison Sunday, the Blue Hens fell to No. 8 in this week’s Penn Monto/National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Division I Coaches Poll.

Delaware (9-3, 2-0 CAA) garnered 789 points after defeating then-No. 16 James Madison, 5-4, in its lone game of the week.

Connecticut maintained its unbeaten record at 13-0 to accumulate 1,144 points and 43 first place votes to remain at the No. 1 spot in the poll.

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