Roundup: Stevenson scores three in Riders’ boys lax loss to Friends

The Caesar Rodney High boys’ lacrosse team suffered a nonconference defeat on Friday night, falling to Wilmington Friends 13-9.

Wilmington Friends pulled away by outscoring the Riders 4-1 in the second quarter to go up 9-5 at halftime.

Demetrius Stevenson led CR with three goals and Joshua Cosden scored twice.

It was the first loss of the season for the Riders who dropped to 3-1.

CR’s Demetrius Stevenson and James Cava celebrate a goal against Friends at the Dover Recreational Center on Friday. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

Milford 13, St. Georges 10: Jonathan Gaglione’s seven goals helped the Buccaneers hold off St. Georges to earn a nonconference victory.

Cohen Bonneville had a four-game for Milford while Dallas Rhodes added a pair of goals. Conor Christie recorded four assists for the Buccaneers.

Milford improved to 2-1 overall.

Dover 13, Middletown 7: The Senators won their third-straight game with the nonconference win on Friday night.

Girls’ soccer

Milford 8, Seaford 0: Daphne Leighty tallied three first-half goals for the Buccaneers in their Henlopen South win on Thursday.

Silvara Santiago added a pair of goals in the second half with Melina Hudson, Anna Sollie and Margaret Sollie scoring one goal apiece. Alicia Strack made seven saves.

Milford 2, Polytech 0: Anna Sollie scored in the first half with Margaret Sollie scoring in the second to lift the Buccaneers on Wednesday.

Goalie Amanda Sauer made 11 saves.

Softball

Indian River 19, Seaford 0: The Indians scored 13 runs in the first inning and finished with 11 hits in the Henlopen Conference win on Thursday.

Caesar Rodney’s Demetrius Stevenson prepares to score a goal.

College lacrosse

WOMEN, Jacksonville 23, Delaware State 4: The Dolphins scored 19 consecutive goals en route to the victory in an Atlantic Sun contest.

A total of 12 players scored in the game for Jacksonville, the preseason ASUN favorite.

Delaware State did tie the score at 1-1 on an early goal by Iman Hassan. But the Dolphins ran off the final 16 goals of the first period to hold a 17-1 lead at the break.

CR’s goalie Tyler Gross stops a shot.

Delaware State trailed 22-2 before Tai Galmore and Hassan scored back-to-back goals late in the game. Hassan leads the Hornets with eight goals, six assists and 14 points this season. Galmore is third with four goals and five assists.

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