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Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Local Roundup: Dover rallies to walk-off wins; softball pitchers throw gems

Delaware State News

Cole Greene’s base-loaded single at the bottom of the seventh inning gave Dover High a walk-off win over Lake Forest in Thursday afternoon baseball’s 7-6.

The Senators scored twice in their last bat to rally for victory. Hunter Chambers (3-for-4) tripled the race to tie home first in the seventh.

Conor Ridgeway hits a pair of home runs for Dover, while Brandon Yoder won in relief.

Adam Schiff hit a home while Chase Killeen hit two for the Spartans, who took a 4–0 lead after three innings.

Polytech 10, Woodbridge 2: Ocean Johnson allowed only three hits and scored nine for the Panthers.

Johnson also achieved a triple of three runs in the sixth. Connor Ballett added three hits, including a triple.

Woodbridge pitcher Seth Smart scored 10 runs.

Smyrna 4, Seaford 0: Nate Donahue allowed only one hit and scored four runs in six innings as the Eagles blanked out the Blue Jays.

Smyrna scored twice in both the second and seventh.

Jude Dean and Sean Martinez had Seaford’s hits.

Caesar Rodney 16, Sussex Academy 5: The Riders (5-2) made a season-high 16 runs using 19 hits in their fifth consecutive win.

Andrew Rigby (2 doubles, 4 RBI) and Jackson Monroney (2 doubles, 2 RBI) gave four hits each for the riders. The winning pitcher Cameron Lawson allowed only two hits in four innings, with reliever Tate Wisniewski hitting a six.

Theodore Layton and Luke Pitschmann had two hits each for the Seahawks.

Delmar 4, Milford 3: The Wildcats overcame an early 3–0 deficit, winning a walkoff single from Kyler Shepard in the bottom of the seventh.

Andrew Callaway contributed a pair of hits with Gavin Linzi to seal the victory in the final six innings.

Sean Saxon, Mason Morris and Nicholas Heard each had a hit for the Buccaneers.

Delmarva Christian 11, Salisbury Christian 4: Carter Brazer went for a 3-for-3 for the Royals, while Dylan Briggs homed.

Chandler Brown scored 10 runs in four innings to win.


Caesar Rodney 13, Seaford 0: Peyton Shields bowled a five-inning no-hitter with 11 strikeouts and a walk as the Riders improved to 7-0.

Shields also went four-for-four with a two-run single in CR’s first innings of eight.

Woodbridge 7, Cape Henlopen 6: Peyton Keeler singles home Emily Peterson with a winning run in the bottom of the seventh to lift the Blue Raiders.

Keeler also worked at home and got three hits, while Pietersen played a full game to secure the win.

Abby Marsh allowed only three hits in seven innings with three-hit reliever Brie Windish for the Vikings.

Sussex Central 4, Delmar 0: Madge Layfield throws a hitter with 18 strikes in a shutout win for the Golden Knights.

Catcher Kate Evic hit a two-run homer in the fifth and scored twice for Central.

Ashlyn Topman hit a six with eight strikeouts for the Wildcats.

Indian River 10, Smyrna 5: The winning pitcher Kinsale Hall scored 10 and had five RBIs at the plate for the Indians.

Kirsten Johnson scored two goals for Smyrna.

Laurel 14, Sussex Tech 1: The winning pitcher Kylie Hill threw two hitters with nine strikes and scored four RBIs and three for the Bulldogs.

Laurel also got home runs from Mackenzie Whaley and Carly Venables.
The Ravens had hits in Kirsten Passwaters and Destiny Mitchell.

Apokunimink 7, Delmarva Christian 2: The winning pitcher Savannah Laird threw a three-hitter with 10 strikes for the Jaguars.

Royals pitcher Lily Shoekre also scored 10 runs.

girls football

Smyrna 9, Sussex Tech 0: Desiree Zappata counted the first three goals of the north game before finishing with four for the Eagles.

Halle Geiger made four saves in the shutout for Smyrna, which took 18-5 in the shot and 7-2 in the corner kick.

Ebony Wilson made 10 saves for the Ravens.

Caesar Rodney 7, Polytech 0: Gabrielle Davis scored six straight goals to propel the Riders north towards victory.

Davis also assisted in CR’s first goal, by Hannah Glendon, as the Riders beat the Panthers 20–2.

Sussex Central 3, Milford 1: Belle Perdue scored all three goals for the Golden Knights, who made nine saves from Banesa Vasquez-Morales.

Indian River 7, Woodbridge 0: Sofia Scorsese (2 assists) scored two goals with Isabella Scorsese scoring three goals to give the Indians momentum.

By halftime IR took a 4-0 lead.

Anjolie Subero makes 15 saves for Blue Raiders.

Sussex Academy 2, Lake Forest 0: Meryl Smith and Sharon Rodriguez both scored as the Seahawks won their fourth straight shutout.

Emma Westbrook made three saves as the Sussex Academy finished with a 14-3 advantage in shots and 10-1 in corner kicks.

Caravel 5, Delmar 0: Lily Baker made 11 saves for the Wildcats in the loss.

boys lacrosse

Radner, Pa. 12, Cape Henlopen 8: Radnor defeated the Vikings 7–2 in the second half to rally for victory.

Luke Burton (1 assist) and Mickey Frederick both scored twice for the Cape (5–1), while Hank d’Ambrogy scored one goal and four assists. Vikings’ Evan Erhart made 12 saves.

First State Military 15, Delcastle 1: The Bulldogs (5-3) took their fourth straight win.

Dover 14, Sussex Tech 6: Senators win Henlopen North on the road.

Cape Henlopen 25, Milford 1: The Vikings scored 15 goals in the first quarter on their way to the North’s victory.

Polytech 13, Sussex Central 6: The Panthers won at Henlopen North Action.

Gavin Burton scored four goals and an assist for the Golden Knights.

college baseball

Delaware 13, Norfolk State 6: The Hornets scored the last nine runs of the game to win the first match of the four-match MEAC series.

Delaware State (12-15) got home runs from Jordan King and Trey Paige (3-for-5, 3 RBI), ending the contest with 13 hits. Mike Carrington (Dover) earned his first win of the season after throwing 3.2 innings into relief.

Hiram Davis (Dover) and Brandon Hatch (Caesar Rodney) closed the win.

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