Roundup: Dover gets past Jays in baseball

Delaware State News
Posted 4/30/15

Kendall Small drove home Jordan Hutchins in the bottom of the sixth inning for the game-winning run as Dover High edged Seaford, 2-1, in Henlopen Conference baseball on Thursday afternoon.

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Roundup: Dover gets past Jays in baseball


Kendall Small drove home Jordan Hutchins in the bottom of the sixth inning for the game-winning run as Dover High edged Seaford, 2-1, in Henlopen Conference baseball on Thursday afternoon.

Small had both RBI for Dover and Hutchins scored both runs. Dallas Willey pitched the first five innings and Garrett Lawson pitched the final two as they combined on a one-hitter.

Dylan Kensinger went the distance for Seaford, struck out five and gave up two hits.

Delmar 4, Polytech 1: The Wildcats scored all four of their runs with two outs in the seventh inning to knock off the Panthers.

Delmar took the lead Alex Moore’s two-run single. Timothy Ward pitched six and 2/3 innings for the win.

Sussex Central 6, Caravel 4: The Golden Knights built a 6-0 lead midway through the fifth before knocking off the Buccaneers.

Jacob Swift went 3-for-3 for Central while Justin Mears went 2-for-4 for Central. Salvatore Ingrassia pitched 6.1 innings to earn the victory.

Milford 12, Woodbridge 2: Phil Herber collected four hits and three RBI and Tom Saxon added a bases-clearing triple in a five-inning conference game.

Bryce Greenly had three hits and knocked in a run. Dustin Reeder and Holden Bailey combined to allow three hits.

For the Blue Raiders, Jacob Rogers drove in a run and Logan Wescott walked three times and scored a run.

Archmere 11, St. Thomas More 1: The Ravens scored their only run in the top of the fifth in the Diamond State Conference game.


Archmere 13, St. Thomas More 2: Pitcher Kara Scarangella struck out six while Elise Conlin singled and scored for the Ravens in their Diamond State Conference loss.

Girls’ soccer

Caesar Rodney 6, Lake Forest 0: Janiah Moore and Victoria Sebastian each scored twice while Cowan Cummings and Molly Harris had a goal each.

Marianna Nuzzo made two saves to earn the shutout. The Riders outshot previously-unbeaten Lake Forest (10-1) by a 23-3 margin.

Sussex Tech 3, Indian River 1: The Ravens scored twice in the second half to snap a 1-1 tie and upend the Indians.

Woodbridge 6, Dover 1: Kelsey Eckert netted four goals to lift the Blue Raiders to victory.

Megan Joseph and Brooke Joseph also scored for Woodbridge.

Taylor Hutchins had the lone goal for Dover.

Smyrna 6, Delmar 1: Casey Bell (1 assist), Stacey Staley (1 assist) and Nnennaya Okorie all scored twice to lead the Eagles to the victory.

Cassidy Cook made eight saves as Smyrna outshot the Wildcats, 16-9.

Brittany Knapp scored a second-half goal for Delmar.

Sussex Central 2, Seaford 0: Keyla Garcia and Jenni Ramirez Villagomez had the goals for the Golden Knights, Kaylee Briceno-Tovar provided an assist and Allison Barrow recorded a shutout.


GIRLS, Polytech 19, Dover 3: Jamie Trabaudo netted seven goals and Allie McKay (2 assists) had six as the Panthers bounced back from their first loss of the season.

Maddie McKay (1 assist) and Camryn Dennis added two goals apiece for Polytech, which outscored the Senators, 10-0, in the second half. Shannon Stephan made four saves.

Mira Prisco, Ave Burleigh and Cydney Barnes had the Senators’ goals.

Cape Henlopen 20, Caesar Rodney 2: The Vikings improved to 9-3 with the victory.

Ursuline 21, St. Thomas More 5: Joanna Petrosky scored three goals to lead the Ravens as they fell to Ursuline on Thursday.

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