Kaila Hindt netted five goals as Smyrna High edged Padua, 13-11, in girls’ lacrosse on a rainy Friday afternoon.
At 7-2, Smyrna has matched the highest victory total in its three-year varsity history.
Shabnam Noroozi-Pooya and Maddie Price added four goals apiece for the Eagles, who led 7-5 at halftime.
Goalie Gabrielle DiRusso made nine saves.
BOYS, Dover 9, Middletown 3: The Senators picked up a nonconference victory on Friday night.
Wilmington Friends 14, Polytech 2: The Quakers took a 10-0 halftime advantage before posting the win.
Zachary Trabaudo and Griffin Ott scored the Panthers’ goals with Nathan Fairbanks making 10 saves.
Cape Henlopen 5, Polytech 1: Austin Elliott and David Erickson combined to pitch a one-hitter as Cape won the Henlopen North matchup.
Polytech’s Joseph Haas threw a two-hitter with seven strikeouts as the two teams combined for only three hits but committed seven errors in the wet conditions.
Zach Gelof had a hit, RBI and three stolen bases with Richardson adding an RBI single.
Logan Olshenske had a bunt single for the Panthers’ lone hit.
Lake Forest 18, Laurel 3: The Spartans scored at least two runs in every inning of their Henlopen win.
Cameron Beulah, Eric Berardicelli, Dylan Martin and Hunter Fleetwood each contributed two hits to Lake Forest’s total of 10. Brandon Cashdan and Curtis Reed combined to pitch a two-hitter.
Trace Hitchens hit a two-run triple for the Bulldogs.
Milford 8, St. Georges 6: The Buccaneers scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth before holding off the Hawks, who answered with a pair of runs in the top of the seventh.
Ethan Hurd and Shane Snowden had two hits each for Milford.
St. Mark’s 4, Seaford 0: The Spartans scored three runs in the second inning and winning pitcher Billy Sullivan struck out 10 in five innings.
Justin Gray doubled for Seaford.
Polytech 12, Cape Henlopen 6: Whitney DeMora hit three homeruns and drove in eight runs to power the Panthers to the conference victory.
DeMora, who hit a grand slam, was also walked twice and scored four runs. Polytech finished off the win by scoring three runs in the sixth and three more in the seventh.
Winning pitcher Taylor Pechin struck out 11 and went 3-for-5 at the plate. Morgan Dodge added two hits.
Cape pitcher Riley Shields was 5-for-5 with an RBI while Hannah Jones had two hits with a triple.
Dover 8, William Penn 6: The Senators scored six runs in the top of the sixth and made the lead stand up as they improved to 6-5.
Syean Deleon had three hits and three RBI while winning pitcher Katie Dunlap tripled.
Sussex Central 14, Woodbridge 0: Hayley McCabe threw a five-inning no-hitter as the Golden Knights won their sixth game in a row.
Central, which finished with 10 hits, scored six runs in the first.
St. Mark’s 15, Seaford 2: The Spartans scored seven runs in the first and five in the second to take control.
Seaford’s Ayanna Cannon had two hits, including a double.
William & Mary 10, Delaware 0: The Blue Hens team mustered just one hit in the Colonial Athletic Association loss.
The Hens (25-17, 4-9 CAA) managed only a third-inning single by freshman Kevin Mohollen and three walks, as they were shut out for just the second time this season.
The Tribe snapped a four-game losing skid to Delaware while Hens have dropped four consecutive CAA games.
MEN, Fairfield 10, Delaware 5: The Blue Hens’ season ended with the Colonial Athletic Association loss on Friday.
Fairfield (8-7, 4-1 CAA) broke away from a 4-4 tie by scoring five straight goals to start the final quarter.
Delaware entered the night needing either a win over Fairfield or a loss by Drexel earlier in the evening to UMass to earn one of fourth berths in next week’s CAA Tournament. Neither one happened as Drexel, which downed the Hens 6-5 in overtime last week, defeated UMass 10-5 to earn the final slot.
The Hens close out the season with a mark of 5-10 (2-3 CAA).
Redshirt freshman attackman Andrew Romagnoli led the Hens with two goals while senior midfielder Steve DeLargy added a goal.
College track & field
Hillman takes seventh: Delaware sophomore Sarah Hillman, a Polytech High grad, posted a seventh-place finish in the College Women’s Discus Throw Championship at the Penn Relays on Friday.
Hillman tossed the discus a distance of 154-feet, 9-inches (47.19) to post the seventh-place showing. Her career best of 162-8, set earlier this season at VCU, would have been good enough for third place Friday.
She threw 43.83 meters on her first toss and 45.03 on her second before fouling on her third attempt. She posted her best throw on her fourth attempt but fouled on her final two tries.
Wolverines earn CAC honors: Wesley College’s Anthony Simpson was named Capital Athletic Conference Rookie of the Year in track & field.
He also earned All-CAC first-team honors for his performance in the 100 meters while taking second-team honors for his performance in the 200.
Senior Carlton Sheppard was honored on the first team in the 800 and on the second team with Vicco Bedell, Nick Stenderowicz, and DaJahn Lowery in the 1,600 relay.
De’Vaughn Trader took first in the long jump to gain his second first-team honors.
Alec Laise and Brandon Hunter each earned all-conference second-team honors as well. Hunter finished second in the triple jump while Laise finished second in the pole vault.