Caesar Rodney High scored four goals in the first half and five in the second to register a 9-0 victory over Cape Henlopen in Henlopen Conference Northern Division girls’ soccer on Thursday night.
It was the sixth shutout of the season for the Riders (4-0 North, 7-1 overall). The Vikings are now 1-3, 3-5.
Janiah Moore tallied four goals for CR while Aleya Cummings (1 assist) had three. The Riders’ other goals came from Jameah Nixon and Cowan Cummings (1 assist).
CR finished with advantages of 24-2 in shots and 4-0 in corner kicks.
Olivia Barratto made 10 saves for the Vikings.
Lake Forest 9, St. Thomas More 1: Zadriene Zdradzinski (1 assist) tallied back-to-back goals in the first half as the undefeated Spartans (7-0) pulled away.
Lauren Sharp (2 assists) and Hannah Fox (1 assist) also scored twice with Jocelyn Hughes, Albany Wills and Rachel Harrell adding Lake’s other goals. The Spartans outshot the Ravens, 23-2.
Alexis Swinford scored a first-half goal for St. Thomas More while Erica Venezia made 14 saves.
Sussex Tech 5, Dover 0: Michelle Laz scored three goals as the Ravens (8-2) won their sixth game in a row in a Henlopen North contest.
Emily Serna and Sheyla Artiga also scored goals for the Ravens, who outshot Dover, 15-3.
Brittany Rosello stopped eight shots for the Senators.
Polytech 2, Sussex Central 0: Kelley Alstott scored in the first half while Marisa Francois scored in the second to lift the Panthers.
Alexis Satterfield made seven saves for Polytech, which held advantages of 17-7 in shots and 5-3 in corner kicks.
Allison Barrow and Serina Brooks combined to make 15 saves for the Golden Knights.
Delmar 3, Milford 3: Delmar netted the only goal of the second half as the two teams played to a tie in a Henlopen South matchup.
Indian River 9, Laurel 0: Brooke Beam tallied four first-half goals to pace the Indians to the Henlopen South victory.
Natalie Herrera, Madison Hogsten (1 assist), Margaret Ford, Davina Baine and Paige Troublefield also scored goals for IR.
Woodbridge 8, Seaford 0: Kelsey Eckert scored three goals to spark the Raiders to the Henlopen South win.
Megan Joseph added two goals with Brooke Joseph, Sara Davis (3 assists) and Melanie Jerez also scoring goals for Woodbridge. The Raiders outshot the Blue Jays, 37-2.
Seaford’s Tomajah Whaley made 23 saves.
Delmar 12, Lake Forest 4: The Wildcats finished with 15 hits in picking up the Henlopen Conference victory.
Winning pitcher Alison Pusey threw a four-hitter while Rachel Davis and Theran Smith both homered for Delmar.
Polytech 16, Seaford 0: Shaina Reed and Taylor Pechin combined to pitch a five-inning no-hitter for the Panthers.
Pechin and Hayley Friess both homered in the contest.
Laurel 7, Indian River 0: Regan Green struck out 20 in pitching the Bulldogs to the Henlopen South win.
Conrad 14, St. Thomas More 2: Pitcher Lauren Brogley, who was 2-for-3 with a double, scored both of the Ravens’ runs in their Diamond State Conference loss.
Wilm. Christian 15, Delmarva Christian 5: The Warriors scored six runs in the second and four more in the fifth to finish off the five-inning contest.
Sussex Central 8, Caesar Rodney 4: D.J. Doherty went 4-for-4 with 2 RBI to lead the Golden Knights to the Henlopen Conference win.
Winning pitcher Brody Grove allowed five hits while striking out six in six innings for Central, which led 8-1 after scoring four runs in the third. Jacob Swift added three RBI while Dustin Reynolds had two hits.
Conner Zaia went 2-for-2 and Quitin Ivy tripled for Caesar Rodney.
Delmar 3, Lake Forest 2: Tim Ward drove in the winning run in the top of the seventh to lift the Wildcats.
Nathaniel Smith had a two-run double in the first inning, Kavon Trader had three hits and reliever Frederick Key entered the game in the sixth to earn the win.
Tyler Cauthren and Dillon Cole had two hits apiece for Lake Forest, which tied the game with a pair of runs in the fourth.
St. Georges 1, Milford 0: Sean McGrath pitched a three-hitter with seven strikeouts as the Hawks blanked the Buccaneers.
Milford’s Cole Davis allowed only two hits while striking out seven. St. Georges scored the game’s only run in the fourth on a pair of singles, a sacrifice and a groundout.
Indian River 12, Laurel 2: The Indians took control of the Henlopen contest with seven runs in the first.
Joey Anderson (1 RBI, 1 run) had a pair of doubles for IR while Zion Howard (double, 1 RBI) scored twice, Jesse Balasus had a hit and an RBI and Billy Murray tripled and scored two runs.
Desmond Parker, Mitchell Mayer, Nichlos Perez and Conner Evans each had a hit for the Bulldogs.
Wilm. Christian 12, Delmarva Christian 0: Michael Sorowice pitched a five-inning no-hitter with 10 strikeouts for the Warriors.
BOYS, Appoquinimink 17, Polytech 6: The Jaguars scored six goals in each of the first two quarters to take control of the nonconference contest.
Jose’ Santos scored a pair of goals for Polytech with Josh Davis, Patrick O’Brien, Jared Wagenhoffer and Jake Davis all scoring one. The Panthers’ Nathan Fairbanks made 15 saves.
Caesar Rodney 20, Smyrna 7: With the score tied 3-3, the Riders outscored the Eagles, 7-1, in the second quarter to take control in the Henlopen North contest on Wednesday night.
Thomas Aloe (4 goals, 1 assist), David Schmidt (3 goals, 1 assist), Sean MacLeish (3 goals, 1 assist), Jack Bobel (2 goals, 2 assists) and Zachary Prebula (2 goals) were all multiple goal-scorers for unbeaten CR (9-0).
Joseph Russillo had a pair of goals to lead Smyrna.
GIRLS, Polytech 14, Wilm. Friends 9: Allie McKay netted six goals as the unbeaten Panthers improved to 9-0.
Jamie Trabaudo (1 assist) added three goals, Allie McKay and Camryn Dennis had two apiece and Katie Richardson scored one. Goalie Shannon Stephan made 14 saves as Polytech outshot the Quakers, 29-28.
Caesar Rodney 13, Smyrna 9: The Riders outscored the Eagles, 8-3, in the second half to rally from a one-goal deficit at halftime.
Delaney Steele tallied seven goals and a pair of assists for CR (4-4), which won its third game in a row. Jenna Rigby (2 assists) added three goals while Abigail McGowan, Alexis Rigsby and Mikayla Williams all scored one.
Kaitlyn Longest made six saves for the Riders, who outshot the Eagles, 28-22.
Alison Sayers scored a team-high three goals for Smyrna, which also got two goals each from Kaila Hindt, Shabnam Noroozi-Pooya and Madeline Price. Gabrielle DiRusso made 11 saves.
Sussex Tech 21, Appoquinimink 5: Torrie Huk netted seven goals and a pair of assists as the Ravens improved to 5-3.
Hannah Collins (4 goals, 2 assists), Victoria Lockwood (3 goals, 2 assists), Madison Bada (2 goals, 3 assists) and Emma Spellman (2 goals, 2 assists) were all mutiple goal scorers for Sussex Tech. The Ravens held advantages of 37-10 in shots and 20-7 in draw possessions.
Neumann 17, Wesley 5: The Wolverines dropped to 10-19 with the nonconference loss.
Mike Calvarese scored three of Wesley’s four runs while Connor Gobright hit a solo homerun.