Roundup: Stahre scores both goals as Lake nips Milford 2-1 in hockey

Lake Forest senior Kaitlyn Stahre, who scored both Spartan goals, trying to move the ball up field past Milford defender Darby Brennan. (Special to the Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh)

Kaitlyn Stahre netted a pair of goals as the Lake Forest High field hockey team earned a 2-1 victory over Milford High on Thursday night.

Both of Stahre’s goals came in the first half. The Spartans improved to 4-2.

Milford goalie Leah Barnett kicks away a shot by at goal Elle Wood of Lake Forest.

Samantha Jacona provided the goal for Milford.

Delmar 7, Polytech 1: The Wildcats won their seventh straight to begin the season.

Logan Walls, Ashlyn Carr and Mya Kemp all scored two goals. Peyton Kemp added another goal for Delmar.

Lacy Bayley scored Polytech’s goal.

Smyrna 2, Sussex Tech 2: The Eagles and Ravens played to a draw as Sussex Tech rallied from a 2-0 deficit.

Alexis Moore scored twice for Smyrna. Aynasti Bowden and Taylor Wroten had the goals for Sussex Tech.

Woodbridge 2, Caesar Rodney 1: Mikah James and Brooke Joseph each scored as the Blue Raid-ers held off CR.

Jessie Prillaman netted a consolation goal for the Riders in the second half.

Indian River 2, Sussex Central 0: Kaleigh Cordrey and Avery Congleton led Indian River with a goal apiece.

Football

Sussex Tech 31, Appoquinimink 7: The Ravens scored the first 31 points of the game on their way to a nonconference win in a rare Thursday night football contest.

Ricky Kane ran for the opening touchdown and threw for another. Michael Norsworthy caught a touchdown and ran for one.

Robert Lamontagne also rushed for a touchdown for Sussex Tech.

Boys’ soccer

Sussex Tech 2, Caesar Rodney 1: John Whealton scored in overtime as the Ravens edged CR in a Henlopen North contest.

Patrick Short also scored for the Ravens while Anthony Norris equalized for Caesar Rodney in the second half.

Cape Henlopen 6, Sussex Central 2: Zach Gelof scored four goals to pace the Vikings to a Henlopen North win.

Ulysis Slagle netted a pair of goals for Cape.

Volleyball

Delmarva Christian 3, Polytech 2: The Royals won the fifth set 15-11 to pull out the victory.

Hannah Picconi recorded eight kills to pace Delmarva Christian.

Caesar Rodney 3, Sussex Tech 0: The Riders picked up the win with set scores of 25-11, 25-22 and 25-18.

Indian River 3, Lake Forest 0: The Indians won 26-24, 25-12, 25-18 over the Spartans.

Women’s soccer

Northeastern 1, Delaware 0: The Blue Hens (4-6-2, 1-2 CAA) received a dominant perfor-mance in net from Kailyn Rekos, but an early goal by Huskies (8-4-1, 2-0-1 CAA) for-ward Hannah Rosenblatt proved to be the difference.

Rosenblatt scored the game-winner in the fifth minute, burying a shot after Rekos initially saved a penalty kick attempt from the forward. The penalty kick was awarded to Northeastern after Delaware was whistled for a handball in their own 18-yard box.

Delaware recorded a pair of shots in the match, with Lexi Faulmino recording a shot on goal. Rekos made six saves.

College bowling

DSU has three on preseason All-MEAC team: DSU’s Elizabeth Burkholder (sr.), Chelsey Merklinger (sr.) and Alexis Neuer (so.) were voted by league head coaches and sports information representatives to the Preseason All-MEAC Team for the upcoming campaign.

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