Polytech High blanked First State Military, 27-0, on Friday afternoon in Class 1A football to pick up the program’s first win since 2019.
The Panthers (1-1) snapped a 15-game losing streak as Amir Jenkins caught a pair of touchdown passes. Bruce Nyandemo and Brett Shelton Hoskins both threw scoring passes.
Hoskins and Bruno Nyandemo both ran for touchdowns in Polytech’s victory.
Laurel 63, Early College 6: The Bulldogs improved to 3-0 with the win over the Hornets.
William Penn 52, Cape Henlopen 38: The Vikings held a 38-22 third-quarter lead before the Colonials rallied for the final 30 points of the contest as Cape Henlopen dropped to 0-3.
Chancler Johnson had touchdown runs of 54 and 67 yards for the Vikings. Maurki James returned the opening kickoff 80 yards for another Cape TD while Daniel Saez and Thomas Messick both added scoring runs.
Hank D'Ambrogi kicked a 24-yard field goal.
Delmar 21, Red Lion Christian 14: The Wildcats bounced back from a season-opening loss to improve to 1-1 with a Class 2A win.
Polytech 2, Smyrna 1: Freshman Benskey Succes scored in overtime to give the Panthers the Henlopen North win on Thursday night.
Kade Seip scored in the first half and assisted on Succes’ game-winner.
Dover 2, Sussex Central 0: Superia Clark tallied a pair of second-half goals in the Senators’ Henlopen North win on
Savannah Strauss made three saves as the Senators (2-1-1) won their second game in a row. Dover held advantages of 23-3 in shots and 11-8 in corners.
The Golden Knights’ Kianna Kelley made 21 saves.
Delaware State 3, Binghampton 1: The Hornets rallied from a first set loss to take the next three games and stretch their win streak to seven in a row.
The Hornets are now a MEAC-leading 11-1 this season, the team’s best 12-match record since the program began in 1985. DSU’s seven straight wins are also the most by the program since taking nine in a row in the 1986 MEAC championship season.
The Hornets used a balanced offensive attack to key their latest win.
Four players - Kristi Gomez, Valerio Otero, Alondra Maldonado and Sydney Lewis- tied for team high honors with 11 kills each for the Hornets
Burrows lands MUW job: Former Wesley College men’s basketball coach Dean Burrows has been hired as the head coach at Division III Mississippi University for Women.
Burrows spent the last nine seasons coaching with the Wolverines, including the last six years as head coach.
Wesley closed its athletic department at the end of the school year in the spring.
“From the moment we set foot on campus, we felt its first-class presence,” Burrows said in a press release. “That, combined with how hospitable everyone we had the privilege to meet were, more than excites us.”
Despite its name, MUW became a coed school 30 years ago. The Owls went 10-13 in the 2019-20 season. They played only four games last season because of the pandemic.
Burrows helped Wesley make three NCAA Division III tournament appearances, including two as an assistant to Jerry Kobasa. Burrows, who also coached at St. Thomas More, went 66-71 as the Wolverines’ head coach.
His best season at Wesley came in 2019-20 when the Wolverines went 18-10 and won the Atlantic East Conference title.
“Dean Burrows brings to The W everything you would hope for in a head coach,” said MUW athletic director Jennifer Claybrook. “He is the perfect person to lead us into the NCAA Division III era at The W: he is a strong proponent of academics first-and-foremost; he stresses having his team involved in campus and community activities to give back, and; he is a proven winner on the court. We are so blessed to have Dean and his family become a part of The W.”
College field hockey
Princeton 3, Delaware 2: The Blue Hens lost a narrow contest to the No. 18-ranked Tigers on Friday.
Julia Duffhuis and Emma Gladstein provided the goals for Delaware. Goalkeeper Lizzie Gaebel had six saves for the Blue Hens. Princeton led in shots (13-3) and corners (7-2).