Roundup: Smyrna pins Sussex Tech

Smyrna High started the match with seven straight pins in posting a 63-15 victory over Sussex Tech in Henlopen Northern Division wrestling on Wednesday night.

Anthony Wuest (195 pounds) had the quickest of those pins in 1:06 for the undefeated Eagles (2-0 North, 4-0 overall).

Also winning by fall for Smyrna were Jack Davis (138), Tanner Mullen (145), Chase Archangelo (152), Mason Wilson (160), Larsen Wilson (170), Hunter Moyer (182), Nicholas Natacarlo (120) and Grergory Baum (132).

The Ravens’ Mason Rolph (106) had the fastest pin of the match, winning by fall in 30 seconds. Carl Schirmer (285) also had a pin for Sussex Tech.

Cape Henlopen 63, Polytech 12: The Vikings registered five pins in the Henlopen North victory.

Winning by fall for Cape were Anthony Caruso (120), Andre Currie (126), Ezekiel Bean (145), William Ott (220) and Zackery Flores-Reyes (285).

College basketball

WOMEN, Wesley 71, Penn State-Harrisburg 67: The Wolverines snapped a six-game losing streak with the Capital Athletic Conference win.

Wesley is now 2-5 in conference, 6-8 overall.

CBS sports to air CAA finals: The Colonial Athletic Association has signed an agreement with CBS Sports to have the title game of the CAA Men’s Basketball Championship televised live on CBS Sports Network.

The contest will tip-off at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 6.

“The CAA is pleased to partner with CBS Sports Network to televise the Championship game of our 2017 Men’s Basketball Tournament,” CAA Commissioner Joe D’Antonio said. “We are excited to have the Conference’s signature event in 2017 aligned with the family of networks that has become synonymous with the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship.”

The CAA Men’s Basketball Championship will be played at the North Charleston Coliseum in North Charleston, S.C. for the first time from March 3-6. Six different schools, including Delaware, have captured the title over the past six years.

This agreement marks the first time CBS Sports Network has televised the CAA Men’s Basketball Championship, and adds to the Network’s Championship week coverage which also includes title games from Conference USA and the Patriot League.

Comcast SportsNet and other regional carriers will televise the quarterfinals and semifinals of the tournament, while first-round games will air on CAA.TV.

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