Roundup: Smyrna tops Cape to complete perfect North season

Delaware State News
Posted 2/12/16


Hunter Moyer’s pin in the night’s final match gave Smyrna High a dramatic 32-26 victory over Cape Henlopen in Henlopen Conference Northern Division wrestling on Friday night.

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Roundup: Smyrna tops Cape to complete perfect North season



Hunter Moyer’s pin in the night’s final match gave Smyrna High a dramatic 32-26 victory over Cape Henlopen in Henlopen Conference Northern Division wrestling on Friday night.

The match was tied 26-26 when Moyer won by fall in 3:31 in the 195-pound bout.

The victory allowed the Eagles (11-0 overall) to finish unbeaten in the North at 6-0. The pairings for the DIAA Division I and II dual-meet state tournament will be determined on Sunday.

The Eagles collected four pins, also getting falls from Nicholas Natarcola (106 pounds), Gregory Baum (120) and Anthony Wuest (182).

Vincent Diego (138) had a pin for Cape.

Sussex Central 52, William Penn 15: The Golden Knights reeled off four straight pins to pull away in the nonconference match.

Justin Bennett (145) started the string of pins with an 18-second fall.

Hayden McCabe (120), Rashad Stratton (126), Brandon Bautista (152), Blake Chambers (160), Lucas Hudson (170) and John Morris (195) also had pins for Central.

Milford 66, A.I. duPont 6: The Buccaneers registered six pins as they rolled to the nonconference victory.

Robbie Rosser (113), Alex Creasey (126), Barton Dalious (145), Chase Taylor (152), Bevensky Augustine (182) and Kenny VanVorst (195) all won by fall for Milford.

Middletown 39, Sussex Tech 30: The Cavaliers scored the last nine points, clinching the win with a 31-second pin in the final match.

Marvin Spady (195) and Nushon Hood (285) both had pins for the Ravens.

Sanford 57, Indian River 24: Ezekiel Marcozzi (170) posted a 49-second pin for the Indians in their nonconference loss.

William Hickman (285) added a first-period pin to close out the match.

Boys’ basketball

Caravel 65, Lake Forest 58: The Buccaneers used a big third quarter, outscoring the Spartans 26-15, to pull away to the win.

Cameron Lewis netted 19 points while Dominique Griffith added 13 for Lake Forest. Caravel hit seven three-pointers in the contest.

Cape Henlopen 62, Polytech 35: The Vikings outscored the Panthers, 24-5, in the third quarter to put the North contest out of reach.

Middletown 68, Woodbridge 46: The Cavaliers built an 18-point lead before holding off the Raiders.

Cornell Corbin had 14 points to lead Woodbridge with Hassan Corbin adding 10.

Laurel 46, Indian River 34: The Bulldogs outscored IR, 18-4, in the fourth quarter to rally for the South victory.

Girls’ basketball

Woodbridge 55, Sussex Tech 51, OT: Despite picking up three early fouls, Altia Anderson finished with 35 points and 17 rebounds as the Raiders rallied for the win.

Anderson netted 12 of her points in the fourth quarter when Woodbridge overcame a nine-point deficit to send the game to overtime.

Heaven Carter had 14 points while Janiya Stevens added 13 for the Ravens.


Seaford’s Foy contending in tourney: Tim Foy Jr, a 28-year-old from Seaford, is in the hunt for the USBC Masters bowling title.

From a starting field of 417 professional and top amateur players, Foy is among just 16 competitors remaining heading into competition today at Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis.

Foy averaged just under 212 over 15-games of qualifying earlier in the week, making the cut to the 64-player match-play field in 42nd place.

On Friday, Foy won three three-game matches in the double-elimination competition, beating Pat Dombrowski (Parma, Ohio) 616-539, Kyle Troup (Taylorsville, NC) 668-659 and finishing the day with a 596-560 decision over Mike Machuga (Erie, Pa.).

The top five survivors from today’s scoring advance to Sunday’s ESPN (1 p.m.) finals.

Josh Schmehl of Millsboro cashed in 79th by averaging 206.33 in qualifying.

College basketball

WOMEN, Delaware 72, Charleston 55: The Blue Hens outscored Charleston by 16 points in the second half en route to the Colonial Athletic Association win.

The Hens (7-5 CAA, 12-11 overall), who led by just one at halftime, opened the third period on an 11-0 run before finishing the period with a 51-43 lead.

College lacrosse

MEN, Mount St. Mary’s 14, Delaware 11: Mt. St. Mary’s scored three goals in the first two minutes of the fourth quarter to take control.

Delaware (0-2) held the lead for much of the day and took a 10-9 advantage into the final period before the Mountaineers rose up with five fourth-quarter goals.

Blue Hen senior midfielder Steve DeLargy led the Hens with a career-high three goals.

Caesar Rodney High grad Bubba Johnson had three goals and an asasist for Mount St. Mary’s.

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