Local roundup: Delmar falls to Wilmington Friends 28-0 in season opener

Delaware State News
Posted 9/11/21

Wilmington Friends scored 14 points in both the first and second quarters before blanking Delmar High, 28-0, in the season opener for both football teams.

It marked the first time the two Class 2A …

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Local roundup: Delmar falls to Wilmington Friends 28-0 in season opener

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Wilmington Friends scored 14 points in both the first and second quarters before blanking Delmar High, 28-0, in the season opener for both football teams.

It marked the first time the two Class 2A programs have played since before 2008.

The Wildcats play their home opener next Friday when they host Red Lion Christian at 7:30 p.m.

Wilmington Charter 31, First State Military 6: The Force tallied 29 first-half points before snapping a 20-game losing streak. It was Charter’s first victory since 2018.

The Bulldogs scored on a 55-yard interception return in the second quarter.

Field hockey

Sussex Tech 5, Dover 4, OT: Addy Basile’s overtime goal gave the Seahawks the victory on Friday.

Basile scored Sussex Academy’s last two goals, tying the contest at the 13-minute mark. Emma Westbrook, Madison Leeper and Natalee Perry also scored for Sussex Academy.

The Senators got two goals from Jewels Goldman and one each from Superia Clark and Joslin Cain. Savannah Strauss made 12 saves.

Cape Henlopen 11, Our Lady of Good Counsel, Md. 1: Leading 2-0, the Vikings erupted for five second-quarter goals to break the open on Saturday.

Cape Henlopen (2-0) has won its first two games by a total of 20-1.

Delmar 10, Our Lady of Good Counsel, Md. 0: Jordyn Holloman and Josie Holloman scored three goals apiece in the Wildcats’ victory on Friday.

Sussex Central 3, Ursuline 2, OT: McKenna Boyle scored in OT to lift the Golden Knights (2-0) to their second win.

Bayleigh Perdue and Ella Justice also scored for Central while Kianna Kelley made nine saves. Central held edges of 15-11 in shots and 9-4 in corners.

Holly Grove Christian, Md. 2, Laurel 0: Holly Grove scored a goal in each half of the victory.

Cape Henlopen 9, Pocomoke, Md. 0: Noelle Sabbagh and Mackinzie Brown scored two goals each in the Vikings’ win.

Boys’ soccer

Caesar Rodney 4, Wilmington Charter 4: Thaddeus Glasser tied the game on a penalty kick in the 80th minute before the two squads played to a tie on Friday.

Tate Wisniewski netted two first-half goals with Daniel Gomez scoring in the second half as CR overcame a 4-2 deficit. Kaden Childs made 10 saves as the Riders finished with advantages of 22-16 in shots and 7-4 in corner kicks.

Wilmington Friends 1, Dover 0: The Quakers edged the Senators with a goal in the 84th minute in overtime.

Friends finished with advantages of 11-6 in shots and 9-5 in corner kicks as the Senators’ Alex Escalante-Diaz.

Archmere 2, Sussex Tech 0: The Auks netted a pair of first-half goals in the non-conference win.

Anthony Willey made eight saves for the Ravens who were out-shot, 15-4.

Lake Forest 2, Mt. Pleasant 1: Logan Williams and Jackson Starkey both tallied first-half goals to lead the Spartans to the victory.

Tower Hill 4, Seaford 1: The Blue Jays couldn’t hold a 1-0 halftime lead in the loss.