Sussex Tech High scored in overtime to edge Lake Forest, 2-1, in girls’ soccer on Tuesday afternoon.
Hanna McDonald tallied the game-winner in the 86th minute off an assist from Zena Lowman.
Sheyla Artiga scored a first-half goal for Sussex Tech while Kiara Whealton made four saves. The Ravens finished with advantages of 13-5 in shots and 5-1 in corner kicks.
Julianna Tyndall tied the game in the 62nd minute for the Spartans, who got eight saves from goalie Alyssa Banks.
Smyrna 5, Milford 1: Five different Eagles scored first-half goals as Smyrna posted the win.
Casey Bell (2 assists), Marissa McClenton (1 assist), Jade Edwards, Kendra Mounts and Michelle Jong all scored for the Eagles.
Goalies Cassidy Cook and Samantha Sawyer combined for three saves as the Eagles held edges of 25-3 in shots and 6-0 in corner kicks.
Melina Hudson scored for the Buccaneers with Amanda Sauer making nine saves.
Caesar Rodney 7, Delmar 1: The Riders (10-1) netted five second-half goals in putting away their eighth straight win.
Lynsy Gruwell (1 assist) scored three goals, including two in the first half, with Aleya Cummings adding two. Jessie Prillaman (2 assists), and Kimberly Glasser also scored goals.
Marianna Nuzzo made six saves for CR, which held advantages of 21-12 in shots and 4-1 in corner kicks.
Logan Walls, an eighth-grader, scored for the Wildcats.
Dover 5, Sussex Academy 0: Katie Ford scored three goals for the Senators in the victory.
Cassidy Bennetti (2 assists) and Rachel Mills added Dover’s other goals. The Senators held advantages of 16-1 in shots and 8-1 in corner kicks.
The Seahawks’ Kierstin Blatzheim made eight saves.
Indian River 5, Polytech 2: Brooke Beam tallied three goals and an assist to pace the Indians to the win.
Madison Hogsten scored IR’s first two goals with Fabrea McCray stopping five shots. IR outshot the Panthers, 23-8.
Meadow Watkinson tallied both Polytech goals while Jennifer Foster made 13 saves.
Woodbridge 3, Cape Henlopen 1: Kelsey Eckert netted a goal in each half to lead the Raiders to the win on Monday.
Sara Davis scored Woodbridge’s other goals while Altia Anderson stopped 13 shots.
Olivia Baratto made 16 saves for the Vikings.
Sussex Tech 3, Delmar 1: Justin Hill and Matthew Warrington combined to pitch a four-hitter in the Ravens’ Henlopen Conference win.
Sussex Tech scored all three of its runs in the first inning before the Wildcats answered with one in the seventh.
Del. Military 12, Caesar Rodney 6: The Seahawks scored the last eight runs of the contest to pull away to the victory.
CR, which trailed 4-0 in the first, held a 6-4 lead going into the bottom of the fourth. Alexxys Harris and Courtney Malin had two hits apiece for the Riders.
GIRLS, St. Thomas More 16, Indian River 13: Joanna Petrosky scored seven goals to lead the Ravens to the win on Monday.
Gilliam Crawford (4 goals), Sophia Stafford (3) and Jessica Simons (2) were also multiple-goal scorers for St. Thomas More with Madison Murrian making 10 saves.
Emiley Shuey scored nine of IR’s goals with Helen Davis adding three and Alexis Haden scoring the other. Mya Parks had 14 saves.
Delaware 11, St. Joseph’s 2: The Blue Hens got some revenge on rival Saint Joseph’s with the victory.
The Hens (27-18), winners of six of their last nine games, fell to the Hawks 9-4 on April 19. Delaware snapped a four-game losing streak to the Hawks with their first win in the series since 2013.
Delaware junior left-handed starter Kevin Milley (2-0), who entered the game with a 7.27 earned run average on the season, allowed just three hits and struck out six batters in five innings to earn the win.
Designated hitter Nick Tierno led the Hen offense as he went 3-for-4 and knocked in three runs. Second baseman Jeremy Ake knocked in two runs, and catcher Brian Mayer went 2-for-4 and knocked in two runs with his third home run of the season.
Hornets sweep La Salle: Delaware State posted a 2-1, 10-7 sweep over La Salle on Tuesday afternoon to stretch its winning streak to 11 games in a row.
The Hornets (25-16) won the nightcap by scoring five unearned runs in the eighth on a pair of errors to win the game. A three-run walk-off homer by Mika Lumdsen broke the 7-7 tie and ended the contest.