College Roundup: Wesley men beats Salisbury in overtime

Wesley College led by as many as eight points in overtime before posting a 101-99 victory over Salisbury in men’s basketball on Sunday afternoon. Mychal Stefanides and Brian Cameron netted 26 points apiece for the Wolverines (4-5) in a nonconference contest that was tied 82-82 at the end of regulation. Wesley went up 99-91 before […]

Bloodsworth finds a home with Wesley

DOVER — Greg Bloodsworth can’t imagine what his life would be like without basketball in it. He’s been playing since he was five. But, at 19, he knows he’s got more years behind him than he has ahead of him as a player. “I actually was thinking about that the other night,” said Bloodsworth. “What […]

Local roundup: Ex-Wesley QB Callahan signed to Lions’ practice squad

Joe Callahan has added another NFL team to his resume. The former Wesley College standout quarterback was signed to the Detroit Lions’ practice squad on Saturday. The Lions placed Jeff Driskel on the injured reserve list and signed Kyle Sloter off the Arizona Cardinals’ practice squad before picking up Callahan. The 2015 Gagliardi Trophy winner […]

Delaware Valley crushes Wesley 45-10 in NCAA Division III second round

DOVER — More than anything, Wesley College’s football team wanted to get back to the NCAA Division III playoffs this season. Sometimes, though, in the playoffs, you get days like this. Ninth-seeded Delaware Valley was a little too good for the No. 10 Wolverines and Wesley helped out by turning the ball over six times […]

Wesley notebook: Fry gives Wolverines a big spark

DOVER — Drew Fry said there’s something about the playoffs that he’s always liked. When he was at Middletown High, the Cavaliers made the DIAA Division I state tournament all four years of his career. “It’s nothing like a playoff game in college but I’ve definitely played in a few big games,” said the Wesley […]

Local roundup: Cameron, Bloodsworth lead Wesley men past Centenary 97-89

Brian Cameron scored 27 points and Greg Bloodsworth added 24 as Wesley College posted a 97-89 victory over Centenary in men’s basketball on Tuesday night. Five Wolverines scored in double figures as Wesley (3-5) reached a season high for points in a game. The Wolverines never trailed and led by as many as 22 points […]

Local roundup: 3 Wolverines honored for playoff performance

Three Wesley College football players were honored by the New Jersey Athletic Conference for their performance in Saturday’s 58-21 NCAA Division III playoff win over Framingham State. Lineman Shaq Brittingham (St. Georges) was named the Defensive Player of the Week, running back Marcellus Pack (Dover) won the award for special teams and quarterback Drew Fry […]

Fry hurls 5 TD passes as Wesley rolls by Framingham 58-21 in D-III tourney opener

DOVER — Drew Fry is no longer the quarterback of the future at Wesley College. The future is now. Fry threw for five touchdowns and 345 yards as the Wolverines easily dispatched Framingham State 58-21 in the first round of the NCAA Division III football tournament on Saturday afternoon in Dover. Wesley advanced to play […]

Local roundup: Wolverines’ Peele named NJAC co-Offensive Player of Year

DOVER — Wesley College senior receiver Ruhann Peele was named the co-Offensive Player of the Year on the all-New Jersey Athletic Conference football team that was announced on Friday morning. Peele was one of five Wolverines named to the first team and 12 honored on the all-conference team overall. Peele, who shared the Offensive Player […]

Pack wants to go out a winner at Wesley

DOVER — Six years later, Marcellus Pack still thinks about it. Or, more accurately, he dreams about it. The former Dover High standout running back and his teammates were locked in overtime with Salesianum in the 2013 DIAA Division I football state semifinals. The Sals scored on the first OT possession. But a touchdown and […]