Roundup: Adkins’ OT goal lifts Dover past Woodbridge 2-1

Delaware State News
Posted 10/20/15


Kristen Adkins’ overtime goal gave the Dover High field hockey team a 2-1 win over Woodbridge High on Tuesday afternoon.

The Senators had to overcome an 1-0 early deficit in the …

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Roundup: Adkins’ OT goal lifts Dover past Woodbridge 2-1



Kristen Adkins’ overtime goal gave the Dover High field hockey team a 2-1 win over Woodbridge High on Tuesday afternoon.

The Senators had to overcome an 1-0 early deficit in the first half. Taylor Hutchins equalized with 14:08 left in the first off a feed from Mira Prisco and the two teams remained scoreless until Adkins’ game-winner.

Sara Davis had the goal for Woodbridge.

The Blue Raiders outshot Dover 14-9 but Senator goalie Brooklyn Peete made nine saves.

Polytech 3, Smyrna 0: The Panthers got goals from three different players and a shutout by Lauren Lee.

Emmalee Dellert, Ali McKay and Meadow Watkinson provided the goals for Polytech who outshot Smyrna 17-4.

Cape Henlopen 3, Indian River 0: The game was scoreless at halftime but the Vikings broke it open in the second half with goals by Tess Bernheimer, Maddie Irvin and Lizzie Frederick.

Delmar 4, Milford 2: Peyton Kemp netted a pair of goals while Anna Webster and Ashley Arter also scored in the Wildcat victory.

Milford was led by goals from Kate Melvin and Megan Fry.

Lake Forest 4, Sussex Central 3: The Spartans scored three goals in the first half and held on for the Henlopen Conference win on Tuesday.

Sussex Tech 8, Laurel 0: Bridget Johnson paced the Ravens with three goals and Grace Lee added a pair.

Annie Perdue, Aleksandra Bada and Baylee Ketterman contributed a goal apiece.

Boys’ soccer

Polytech 4, Laurel 2: Iosif Drane, Marco Maddalena, Dylan Popp and John Riggins each scored for the Panthers who won their eight game in a row.

Caesar Rodney 9, Seaford 0: Chris McPoyle and Galindy Prezeau each had a hat trick in the Rider victory.

Joshua Bennett and Hasan Sandhu also netted a goal for the Caesar Rodney.

Indian River 6, Dover 0: Mikie Mochiam and Oscar Cruz had two-goal games while Jordi Velasquez and Patrick Mochiam also scored.

Smyrna 3, Lake Forest 2: The Eagles jumped out to a three-goal lead at halftime and ended up with the win.

Cape Henlopen 9, Milford 0: Seven different players scored for the Vikings including Steven Matalavage and Ulysis Slagle who each netted a pair of goals.

Drew Mulcahy, Zach Gelof, Tyler Malloy, Joao Ferreira and Jack Ashby provided the other goals.

Sussex Tech 4, Delmar 1: Michael Barr’s two goals led the Ravens who also got goals from Carter Burris and Nicholas Hudson.

All of Sussex Tech’s goals came in the second half. Dawson Shores had the lone goal for Delmar.

Woodbridge 7, Delaware Academy of Public Safety and Security 0: The Blue Raiders earned the nonconference win on Tuesday.

Sussex Central 1, Sussex Academy 0: The Golden Knights won the contest in overtime Tuesday.


Polytech 3, Lake Forest 0: Kaylee Williams recorded nine kills as the Panthers won in straight sets 25-12, 25-7 and 25-22.

Caesar Rodney 3, Seaford 0: Sara Cessna’s eight kills paced the Riders to a 25-5, 25-11, 26-24 victory.

Smyrna 3, Milford 0: The Eagles remained unbeaten against Henlopen Conference opposition. Set scores were 25-12, 25-12 and 25-9.

Delmar 3, Cape Henlopen 0: Carly Covington and Avery Wheatley each had eight kills as the Wildcats needed just three sets for a 25-20, 25-22, 25-20 victory.

College football

Shade honored by After putting together a stellar Saturday performance against Kean University, Wesley wide receiver Bryce Shade was named to the Team of the Week.

Shade caught eight passes for 198 yards and three scores, rushed five times for 46 yards, and returned two punts for 35 yards for a total of 279 all-purpose yards in a 56-14 win vs. Kean. Shade caught touchdown passes of 17, 73, and 80 yards to help the Wolverines earn their sixth straight victory and remain undefeated on the season.

College field hockey

Blue Hens hold at No. 15 in poll: For the second consecutive week, the University of Delaware field hockey squad was ranked No. 15 in the most recent Penn Monto/NFHCA Coaches Poll.

The Blue Hens (11-4) received 324 points to remain in the 15th spot after falling in an overtime heartbreaker to No. 5 Virginia (12-3) this past Sunday.

The top five remained the same with Syracuse (15-0) leading the way with 961 points and 36 first place votes.  UConn (15-0), North Carolina (13-1), Duke (11-4) and the Cavaliers follow in order.

Delaware has been ranked in the NFHCA Top 20 in each week since September 8 and reached as high as

College golf

UD places 8th at Elon Invitational: University of Delaware sophomore Jack Gianniny tied for sixth place in the individual standings while the Blue Hen men’s golf squad placed eighth in the team standings this week at the Elon Phoenix Invitational.

Gianniny carded an even par 71 during Tuesday’s final round on the par 71, 6,867-yard Alamance Country Club course as he finished with a one under par 70-71-71-212, the lowest three-round score of his career. Adam Ball of VCU was the tournament medalist as he recorded a nine under par 69-69-66-204 during the invitational.

Delaware posted its third consecutive sub-300 round of the tournament with a 297 score on Tuesday, as the Blue Hens finished in eighth place out of 16 squads with an 888 total. No. 47 East Carolina captured the team title with an 833 score, followed by Charleston Southern at 856 and VCU at 861.

Kieran Purcell tied for 43rd place with a 12 over par 77-75-73-225 for the Blue Hens, while fellow sophomore Blaine Lafferty fired a 13 over par 70-78-78-226 to finish in a tie for 45th place.

Junior Marc Oliveri tied for 65th place after his 18 over par 81-74-76-231 score, while freshman Mark Benevento carded a 22 over par 76-82-77-235 to tie for 75th place.

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