Local roundup: Lake downs IR to stay unbeaten; Milford tops Polytech in soccer

Delaware State News
Posted 9/20/22

Lake Forest High scored the game’s first four goals before picking up a 5-2 victory over Indian River in Henlopen South field hockey on Tuesday afternoon.

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Local roundup: Lake downs IR to stay unbeaten; Milford tops Polytech in soccer


Lake Forest High scored the game’s first four goals before picking up a 5-2 victory over Indian River in Henlopen South field hockey on Tuesday afternoon.

The Spartans, who were playing their South opener, improved to 4-0 overall.

Five different players scored for Lake Forest: Parker Robbins, Emma Massey,

Malory Wood, Brynn String and Roxanne Troutman. Madison Lawson made six saves as the Spartans held advantages of 19-8 in shots and 10-3 in penalty corners.

The Indians’ Jazmin Mayfield made 14 saves. IR scored both its goals in the fourth quarter.

Sussex Tech 5, Caesar Rodney 4: Shelby Ray’s goal with just 1:57 remaining broke a 4-4 tie and lifted the Ravens to the Henlopen North win.

Peyton Miller, Karli Penrod (1 assist), Hanna Walls and Ryan Lowe also scored for Sussex Tech, which led 4-1 early in the second quarter. Bryannah Coral made five saves for the Ravens, who out-shot CR, 13-9.

Rachel Smith scored three goals for the Riders, tying the game at 4-4 with 14:19 left. Peyton Shields added a goal and two assists with Bailey Minear making six saves.

Smyrna 8, Dover 0: The Eagles posted a shutout in the Henlopen North matchup.

Polytech 3, Milford 2: Rachel Carey’s overtime goal gave the Panthers the North victory.

MacKenzie Bogan and Kylee LaVere (1 assist) added Polytech’s first two goals.
Erin Dunlap and Bailey Masten scored the Buccaneers’ goals.

Cape Henlopen 4, Sussex Central 0: The Vikings blanked the Golden Knights for a Henlopen North win.

Laurel 4, Woodbridge 0: The Bulldogs tallied three first-quarter goals before registering the Henlopen South win.

Delmar 11, Seaford 0: Josie Hollamon scored three goals for the Wildcats in the South victory.

Jordyn Hollamon and Lilly Waters added two goals apiece for Delmar, which led 8-0 at halftime. The Wildcats took 41 shots.

The Blue Jays’ Zurita Calderon-Perez made 20 saves.

Girls’ volleyball

Smyrna 3, Lake Forest 0: The Eagles improved to 5-0 after posting the 25-15, 25-7, 25-2 win.

Cape Henlopen 3, Sussex Academy 0: The Vikings earned the win by scores of 25-21, 25-14, 25-22.

Pacing Cape Henlopen were Kalista Lawson (8 kills, 3 aces), Ava Calciano (6 kills, 4 aces), Kayleigh Mault (5 kills, 5 aces) and Megan Smith (21 assists).

Polytech 3, First State Military 0: The Panthers won their fourth straight match to improve to 4-1.

Polytech won by scores of 25-6, 25-9, 25-12.

Sussex Central 3, Delmar 0: The Golden Knights topped the Wildcats by scores of 26-24, 25-18, 25-11.

Central was led by Takyla Davis (13 kills, 4 aces, 10 digs), Ava Alban0 (6 kills, 10 assits) and Leah Sheridan (6 kills).

Boys’ soccer

Milford 2, Polytech 0: Thompson Burke and Efsi Jacobo Ramirez scored second-halfgoals in the Buccaneers’ North victory.

Cape Henlopen 3, Sussex Central 0: Nicholas Panyko (1 assist), Evan Burris and Collin Sivels all scored in the second half as the Vikings took the Henlopen North win.

Cape Henlopen held advantages of 6-3 in shots and 4-1 in corner kicks.

Indian River 6, Lake Forest 0: Connor Bird tallied three goals with Jordan Illian adding two in the Indians’ South win.

Leonardo Chester added the other goal while Kai Kelley made three saves for IR (3-0-1), which has yet to allow a goal this season.

Lake Forest goalie Cole Murphy made 10 saves.

Delmar 5, Seaford 4: Darwin Lopez netted the game-winning goal in overtime to give the Wildcats the Henlopen South win.

Damian Kunie scored Delmar’s first three goals with Dilber Marquez adding the fourth. Caleb Ritchey made 11 saves.

Local golf

Rosal wins DSGA Senior: DuPont’s Rufino Rosal fired a 68 on Tuesday to win the men’s title in the 71st annual DSGA Senior Amateur Championship at Wild Quail Country Club.

Rosal had rounds of 69 and 68 to card a seven-under par total of 137. He ended up three shots ahead of Ocean City’s Bryan Taylor (140) and four strokes better than DuPont’s Ron Jamarowicz (141).

Wilmington’s Nicoll Keeney won the women’s division with a score of 157.

College golf

Hornet wins playoff at DSU event: Delaware State’s Anna Ferreyra-Heit topped three other players in a playoff to take first place in the Hornets’ Classic at the Creek at Kings Creek Country Club on Tuesday.

Delaware State was fourth in the 11-team standings with a three-day total of 913 (+61). Sacred Heart took the team title at 886 (+34), followed by runner-up Howard (892; +40) and third place Lehigh (910; +58).

Ferreyra-Heit was fourth in the field of 65 competitors with a two-day score of 147, but she tied for the best score at 72 (+1) on Tuesday, to join Kendall Jackson of Howard, Lehigh’s Evelyn Wong and Kyra Cox of Howard in the playoff round with final scores of 219 (+6) each.

UD women place ninth: Anna Kittelson tied her career low with a 70 during her final round as the Delaware women’s golf team finished in ninth place at the Badger Invitational in Madison, Wisconsin.

The Blue Hens posted their lowest team round of the tournament with a 292 on Tuesday, finishing ninth of out 13 squads with an 889 total. Nebraska captured the team title with an 863 score, while Old Dominion and Notre Dame tied for second at 874.

College soccer

MEN, Lehigh 1, Delaware 0: Blue Hen goalie Adam Vik totaled three saves and kept the Mountain Hawks off the scoreboard until the 88th minute.

Sports editor Andy Walter can be reached at 302-741-8227 or walter@iniusa.org. Follow on Twitter at @DSNSports.

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