Roundup: Senators top Ravens 3-0 in volleyball

Dover celebrates a point against Sussex Tech at Dover on Tuesday. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

The Dover High volleyball team defeated Sussex Tech 3-0 in straight sets on senior night in a Henlopen Conference Northern Division contest on Tuesday night.

With the win the Senators improved to 9-5 overall which is their highest win total since 2006, when they won the Henlopen Conference title.

Set scores were 25-18, 25-23 and 25-18.

Polytech 3, Sussex Central 0: Kaylee Williams and Avery Rowles each recorded five kills as the Panthers earned the Henlopen North win 25-15, 25-13, 25-13.

Dover’s Micah Wright spikes against Sussex Tech at Dover on Tuesday.are State News/Marc Clery

Cape Henlopen 3, Caesar Rodney 0: The Vikings swept the Riders 25-21, 25-15, 25-15 in Henlopen North action.

Sophia Spinelli led the way for Cape with a match-high 12 kills.

Chloe Therese Mangubat topped the Riders with 12 kills.

Delaware Military Academy 3, Smyrna 0: The Eagles dropped the nonconference matchup 25-22, 25-22, 28-26.

Lake Forest 3, Seaford 0: The Spartans earned the Henlopen South win in three sets.

Indian River 3, Sussex Academy 0: Raychel Ehlers’ eight kills lifted the Indians to a 25-7, 25-12, 25-10 victory over Sussex Academy.

St. Thomas More 3, Milford 0: The Ravens picked up a straight set victory in a nonconference bout.

Field hockey

Dover 3, Lake Forest 2: Taylor Hutchins scored on a penalty stroke to give Dover an overtime win.

It was the second goal of the day for Hutchins while Dover’s Chelsea Johnson scored a goal to send the game into overtime.

Dover’s Victoria Anyanwu spikes against Sussex Tech at Dover on Tuesday.

Kaitlyn Stahre and Grace Aguilar each netted a goal in the first half for Lake Forest.

Polytech 8, Seaford 0: Lacy Bayley scored three times to pace the Panthers and added an assists in the shutout win for Polytech.

Delmar 13, Caesar Rodney 1: Peyton Kemp’s five goals led the Wildcats while Ashlyn Carr scored four times and Logan Walls added a pair of goals.

Sussex Tech 2, Indian River 1: Morgan Johnson netted two goals in the first half to help the Ravens edge Indian River.

Kaylee Hall scored the lone goal for the Indians. Jade Powell and Kira Short dished out assists for Sussex Tech.

Boys’ soccer

Caesar Rodney 5, Dover 1: Four goals by four different players in the first 12 minutes paced the Riders to a Henlopen North victory.

Tommy McPoyle, David Haynes, Jalen Victory and Kyle Wentling had the goals in the first half for CR. Steven Ferrandino added another in the second half.

Pedro Gonzalez scored a second half goal for Dover.

Sussex Central 3, Smyrna 2: Juan Perez-Perez scored twice for the Golden Knights and Christian Garcia scored what turned out to be the eventual game-winner in the second half.

Albert Toe scored both of Smyrna’s goals.

Milford 2, Woodbridge 0: Lyod Coutilien and Angel Moreno scored first half goals to lead the Buccaneers over Woodbridge.

Men’s soccer

Duke 2, Delaware 1: The Blue Hens who fell behind 1-0 early in the match, tied up the action when Thibault Philippe scored his second penalty kick goal of the season in the 22nd-minute. The Hens were awarded the PK following a Duke handball inside their 18-yard box.

Following the Delaware (5-6-4) equalizer, the Blue Devils (11-3-2) regained the lead three minutes later when Danielle Proch found the back of the net. Redshirt junior Todd Morton made four saves in the loss, and sophomore Chad Poarch tallied three shots.

College field hockey

UD jumps to No. 7 in poll: Entering the final week of regular season action, Delaware moved up four spots to No. 7 in the most recent Penn Monto/National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Division I Coaches Poll.

The Blue Hens (11-4, 4-0 CAA) notched 762 points following Friday’s 3-1 win over then-No. 18 William & Mary.

Local bowling

PBA at Laurel results: Darryl Bower of MIddleown, Pa., went undefeated in match-play to win the 8th annual PBA50 Bryan’s Center Open last Sunday in Laurel. In winning his 16th PBA regional title, Bower, who won the True Value Open on the national tour in 1985, went 6-0 including his 198-182 title match win over Brian Kretzer of Dayton, Ohio.

Bower knocked out Saturday’s qualifying leader, Michael Haugen, Jr., 236-186, in the semifinal round. Haugen, Phoenix, Az, who won the PBA Gene Carter’s Pro Shop Classic at Mid County Lanes, Middletown, in 2016, posted one of the tournament’s two 300 games; John Conroy, Mahopac, NY, also had a 300.

Bryan’s Center Open champions: 2017-Darryl Bower; 2016-Ray Edwards; 2015-Johnny Petraglia; 2014-Gary Shultis; 2013-George Tignor; 2012-George Tignor; 2011-Sam Maccarone; 2010-Tom Baker.

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