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    • November 16, 2015 5:00 AM EST
    • Football 11-13-15-

      The McKean Highlanders finished their season with a 48-0 win over Christiana. The Highlanders were lead by a group of 12 seniors on their senior night. Seniors Louis Hall, Reggie Ray, Domenick Lombardo, Vernon Young, and Sam Baker all contributed touchdowns in their last game in Randy White Stadium.

      In the 2nd oldest rivalry in the state of Delaware and the first in New Castle County Carter Cuccazela’s 29 yard pass to Harry Quimby and the PAT good by Christopher Miller and went ahead as Anthony Falco scored on a 3 yard run with the 2 point conversion good paced the Hillers of Tower Hill to a 15-14 win over the Quakers of Wilmington Friends.

      Nolan Henderson’s qb passes of 56 yards to Charlie Taylor, 80 and 30 yards to Donte Ritchie, 68 yards to Jared Gillis and 39 yards to Brandon Bishop paced the Eagles of Smyrna to a 66-0 win over the Panther of Polytech.

      Patrick Griffin’s touchdown runs of 54, 7, 13 and 14 paced the Ravens of Sussex Tech to a 38-21 win over the Vikings of Cape Henlopen.

      11-14-15

      Pat Udovich scored three TD’s on the ground and Chris Dewees threw for 3 as the Auks won their 5th straight game with a 46-8 win over the Vikings of St. Elizabeth. Ben Revak blocked 2 punts for the Auks and set the all time record for blocked punts in a career for Archmere.

      Gary Brightwell lead the team in rushing with 163 yards on 16 carries with 4 rushing touchdowns. St. Georges recovered four fumbles including a touchdown by Angelo Ortiz and one interception by Nyree Williamson. St. Georges improves to 9-1 and finishes the season perfect in Flight B as they defeated Glasgow 44-0.

      Trevor Hill’s 3 yard touchdown run, Jacob Hudson’s 2 touchdown runs of 72 and 2 yards paced the Seahawks of Delaware Military Academy to a 39-6 win over Conrad.

      Titus Nelson’s 5 yard run, Joe Greenwood’s 4 yard touchdown run, CJ Hope 2 yard touchdown run, DJ Johnson’s 29 yard pass to Chi Chi Amechi paced the William Penn Colonials to a 41-6 win over the Cougars of Delcastle.

      For the Cannon Award the Tatnall Hornets behind the outstanding performance by Sam Ragland ran for 231 yards on 20 carries and 4 scores defeated the Cardinals of St. Andrews by a 24-22 score.

      Silver Eagles defeated Brandywine HS Saturday morning 46-0, finishing up their season at 6-4(4-3).  Marc Perez had two rushing scores of 18 and 10 yards.  Cory Joines, Tre Martin, Randall Wagner and Ty’mere Sewell each had rushing touchdowns.  Tre Martin also had a 48 yard punt return for touchdown

       

                                         

    • November 7, 2015 3:24 AM EST
    • 11-6-15 Delaware High School Football Recaps

      Rashawn Price’s 1-yard touchdown followed by David Bowman’s two-point conversion in the fourth quarter allowed Milford High to edge Delmar High 20-19 in a Henlopen Conference Southern Division football contest on Friday night.

      The Buccaneers rallied from a 13-0 first quarter deficit. They got touchdowns from Bowman (4-yard rush) and a catch by Brion Murray on a 34-yard pass by quarterback Marcus Correa.

      Delmar was led by three rushing touchdowns from three different players — Jimmy Adkins, DeJour Brown and Kavon Trader.

      SMYRNA — On this unseasonably warm November night, there was nothing unusual about the red-hot Smyrna High football team.

      The Eagles continued their season-long sprint past Henlopen Conference competition, overwhelming Cape Henlopen 60-19 to clinch the Northern Division title.

      Immediately after the last few seconds ticked off to end a game that was decided long ago, dozens of Smyrna students rushed onto the field and gathered in a big huddle with their favorite football team playing at a historic level for the program.

      The band played yet another loud tune and the home crowd of 1,500 at Charles Williams Stadium, celebrated Smyrna’s eighth win in nine games, with all the victories coming by at least 26 points, and most blowouts decided by six touchdowns or more.

      Senior linebacker Ryan Seymour soaked it in at the end, knowing that only a victory at winless Polytech next Friday now stands between a 9-1 record and hope for a Division I state tournament first round bye.

      A win next week would give Smyrna its second-best regular season in school history, topped only by the 1974 team that went 10-0.

      “It’s surreal,” Seymour said as the celebratory scene unfolded around him and his teammates.

      “Smyrna hasn’t had a winning season in such a long time and showing our community and the state what we’re all about is unreal.

      “We’ve earned it – Smyrna puts in the work and good things have come of it for me and all my brothers on this team.”

      Standing nearby was a smiling senior cheerleader Victoria Thomas, who said, “all this is really fun. The crowd is into it and it makes everyone more excited to have something to actually cheer for.”

      Veteran Cape Henlopen coach Bill Collick – who has seen plenty of juggernauts in his career – sounded convinced about how good the Eagles are.

      “They’re scarier in person than they are on film,” Collick said.

      “They’re unbelievable and the best thing is that they worked at it to get it done. They have so many weapons and everything they do they do it well.”

      Smyrna scored 30 points in each half, with sophomore running back William Knight earning four touchdowns and running in six two-point conversions behind the blocking wall of Phillip Nix, Jamal Price, Terren Carter, Evan Gallaher, and Jerren Carter, among others. Senior defensive tackle Jeffrey Campbell led the defensive push up front.

      Nolan Henderson threw long touchdown passes to Brandon Bishop (64 yards) and Donte Ritchie (54 yards) as Smyrna padded its lead in the third quarter, which was aided by Knight’s 58-yard scoring rush on the second play after intermission.

      Knight scored the game’s first three touchdowns and ran in a trio of two-point conversions as the hosts zoomed to a 24-0 lead in the opening 17 minutes.

      Cape (5-3) rallied, however, with two quick touchdowns in a 20-second span thanks to big plays by Jeremiah Smack (28-yard catch) and DeAndre Sheppard (35-yard interception return) to set up the scores.

      Michael Williams and Kolb Wright then scored on short touchdown runs and the Vikings were within 24-12 with 5:35 left before halftime.

      Jerry Harden made another Cape interception and returned it 17 yards to the Smyrna 23 with 47 seconds left before intermission.

      Smyrna seemingly restored order, however, when linebacker Elijah Henderson scooped up a fumble and went 65 yards for a touchdown return with 25 seconds remaining, rebuilding the hosts lead to a more comfortable 30-12 score.

      “I thought we were still in it, but that interception and touchdown really changed everything,” Collick said.

      The Eagles snapped a four-year losing streak to Cape, when they were outscored by a combined 155-34 margin from 2011-2014.

      Besides a 76-56 loss to Salesianum in Week 3, no team came within 26 points of Smyrna in the first nine weeks. The Eagles entered the Cape game averaging exactly 53 points a contest, and their seven victories came by an average of nearly 45 points.

      The Eagles scored no less than 40 points in nine straight weeks, and the defense registered three shutouts.

      FELTON — Nothing was going to stand between the Lake Forest football team and a second straight Southern Division title.

      Not even longtime South heavyweight Indian River.

      Senior Ben Moore set the tone with a 43-yard touchdown run on Lake’s first possession and the Spartans ran away with a 34-14 victory over the visiting Indians Friday night that clinched the South championship and locked up an at-large berth into the Division II playoffs.

      “I love football, playing out here with my brothers, and it feels really good just busting a team in the mouth,” said Moore, who scored again on a 1-yard TD run at the beginning of the second quarter to help Lake take a 14-0 lead. “The team, we all grew up playing football, we’ve worked hard all season and we’re going to continue working.”

      Following Moore’s initial touchdown, IR (4-2 South, 4-5 overall) put together a long drive to the Lake 21 but fumbled the ball on a fourth-and-short play with Spartans senior Preston Sepulveda diving in for the recovery.

      Seven plays later – one of which was a 50-yard rush from senior Trevon Martin – Lake doubled its lead on the short Moore trip to pay dirt.

      Looking to keep the game close with a score, the Indians instead saw another long drive end when they fumbled at the Lake 43 where senior William Banks recovered.

      “Coach (Lou) Copio does a great job with our defense and these kids study the other team all week and have a good idea what the other team is going to do,” Lake coach Fred Johnson said. “Our goal was to get better every week and win the South. We lost a lot of talent from last year but I knew we had the potential to be a good football team. We improved every week and I think we’re peaking at the right time.”

      The Spartans (5-0, 7-2) added two more touchdowns in the second quarter and went into halftime with a 27-0 advantage.

      With the ball back after the Banks recovery, Lake quickly made it 21-0 when Martin dashed 57 yards into the end zone on the offense’s first play from scrimmage. Lake then stopped IR on downs at its own 41 and engineered a five-play drive that senior quarterback Noah Feague-Johnson capped with a 4-yard keeper for a TD.

      Feague-Johnson’s touchdown, his first of two in the game, came with two minutes to play before the halftime break.

      Neither team could do much in the third quarter until near its end when IR junior halfback George Martin took a toss and then heaved the ball over the Spartans defense right to senior Barry Hooper for a 55-yard touchdown that got the Indians on the board.

      Less than two minutes into the final quarter, however, Lake put the game out of reach when Feague-Johnson kept it on a read-option play, got the edge and ran 63 yards into the end zone –  leading to a 34-7 Lake advantage with 10:45 remaining in the game.

      “It started with the whole line, I couldn’t have done anything without my linemen,” Feague-Johnson said. “Ben Moore head a great block and Trevon was right there, he had a great block at the end. The (IR defense) crashed down on Elle (Harden) and it was a good fake, I just kept it.

      “We’re improving every day at practice,” he added. “It took a while, but we’re getting there.”

      One contest remains for the Spartans before the D-II playoffs, next week’s “Battle of the Bell” rivalry game with Milford. Adding intrigue to the game is that while Lake is already in the postseason, Milford, which moved to 6-3 with a comeback victory over Delmar on Friday, needs a win to potentially earn an at-large playoff berth.

      The Spartans don’t want to be the team their rivals punch their postseason ticket against.

      “That’s the most intense game of the year,” Moore said of the Milford bout. “We’re going to continue to work hard next week, play Milford and keep our bell.”

      RIDERS TOP POLYTECH 42-16 FOR FIRST NORTH VICTORY

      NOVEMBER 6, 2015 · BY ANDY WALTER · 0 COMMENTS

      WOODSIDE — Mike Clavier wasn’t sure where the football was.

      All the Caesar Rodney High fullback knew was that it wasn’t in his hands anymore.

      “Then I saw it in the back of the end zone and I took off right for it,” said Clavier.

      Clavier pounced on his own fumble, recovering it for a first-quarter touchdown in the Riders’ game against Polytech on Friday night.

      It was just one of those kind of nights for CR, where the ball seemed to finally bounce its way in a 42-16 Henlopen Conference Northern Division victory over the Panthers.

      The win snapped a five-game losing streak for the Riders (1-4 North, 2-7 overall) while also ending a seven-game skid against North teams.

      Clavier led the way with 181 yards and four touchdowns on 10 carries.

      “We haven’t this feeling in forever,” said the senior co-captain. “It’s just a lot of fun — the busride home, hanging out after. The morale of the team just goes way up.”

      “We really needed that, especially going into Dover next week,” said first-year coach Dan Candeloro. “It gives us a little boost for confidence. We had a great week of practice. The kids were positive.”

      Against Polytech (0-5 North, 0-9 overall), the Riders never trailed after Clavier recovered his fumble for the game’s first touchdown.

      CR’s 42-point total was just two shy of the season-high 44 points it scored in its first win, a 44-22 victory over Glen Mills, Pa. on Sept. 25. The Riders had scored 14 points or less in six of their first eight games.

      But on Friday they got a few big scoring plays.

      Junior running back Nhaighere Wills scored CR’s second TD when he swept around left end, got to the sidelines and sprinted 82 yards for a TD. Wills finished with 92 yards on three carries.

      Clavier also got the rare opportunity for a long scoring run on the second play of the third quarter. He broke a few tackles up the middle and then just kept going, running 75 yards for a touchdown.

      “I felt three guys on my back,” said Clavier. “One guy hit me and fell off, the second guy punched the ball and fell off. … “

      “Mike’s just a tough runner,” said Candeloro. “He’s just hard to bring down. He works hard every day. He comes with his hard hat on and goes to work.”

      CR quarterback Jared Wagenhoffer also threw the ball well in his return to Polytech, where he played on the varsity as a freshman last season. He completed 7-of-12 passes for 128 yards with a TD.

      The touchdown pass came in the third quarter when he hit Jordan Walters in stride down the sidelines for a 48-yard scoring play.

      The Riders’ lead eventually reached 42-3 to go to a running clock at the end of the third quarter. But Candeloro wasn’t interesting in running up the score as both teams used most of their available players.

      “People have been nice to us,” said Candeloro. “Turnaround is fair play.”

      Senior Corey Collins (17 carries-85 yards) scored Polytech’s first touchdown on a 16-yard run. The Panthers then used a trick play, with kicker Mark Bonnie throwing a 17-yard TD pass to quarterback Jason Rigby on a fake field goal.

      The highlight for Polytech, though, may have been Bonnie’s booming 50-yard field goal in the first quarter. An All-State kicker last season, Bonnie has had many opportunities to kick this fall.

      “That was awesome,” said Candeloro. “I want to see that one on film. That was great. It’s neat to see him do good things. You don’t see a 50-yarder every day in high school.”

      SUSSEX CENTRAL RALLIES TO DEFEAT DOVER 23-20

      NOVEMBER 6, 2015 · BY TIM MASTRO · 0 COMMENTS

      DOVER — Sussex Central High didn’t like the way it played in the first half.

      The good news for the Golden Knights was they had the whole second half to fix it.

      Sussex Central scored 16 unanswered points to take the lead in the third quarter and held off Dover for a 23-20 Henlopen Conference Northern Division football victory on Friday night.
      KiAnte Sturgis scored a pair of rushing touchdowns, including the go-ahead score, to lead Sussex Central (4-2 North, 5-4 overall).

      “We were disappointed (at halftime),” Sturgis said. “We were trying to play by ourselves. We weren’t working as a team. We were being individuals. The second half we played as a team and look what happened.”

      Dover (1-4 North, 3-6 overall) was up at halftime 13-7, but Central rallied with a 30-yard Sturgis touchdown followed by Kendrique Nocks’ 10-yard rushing touchdown to go up 23-13 late in the third quarter.

      Dover sophomore quarterback Mike Williams scored his second touchdown of the game to close the gap to three points in the fourth with 10:49 left. Sussex Central responded with a clock-killing drive and the Senators weren’t able to move the ball across midfield the rest of the game.

      Williams was playing after Dover’s senior starter Triston Harris suffered an injury in the first half and did not return.

      “That hurts their offense because he’s the real deal,” said Sussex Central coach John Wells. “He’s a tremendous high school football player. We’re not going to leave here overconfident in anything. We’re just happy to escape with a win. We’re going to be very humble winning by three.”

      The Senators had one final chance to win or tie in the fourth quarter when they forced a turnover on downs at their own two-yard line with 3:14 remaining. Sussex Central had already converted three times on fourth down in the second half, but the Senators swarmed a sweep attempt to stop the Golden Knights short of the goal-line.

      Dover earned one first down on a fourth-and-six attempt and soon found itself facing another fourth down, 75 yards away from the end zone with under 1:30 remaining.

      After a timeout the Senators tried running a reverse, there looked to be open field but the Golden Knight linebackers stepped up for a tackle three yards short of the first down marker.

      “The defense bailed us out,” Wells said. “They had a little bit of daylight on the reverse and the defense filled their lanes. It was pretty nice.”

      Sussex Central who is in contention for the last playoff spot with a host of other teams, finishes its season with Indian River next Friday. The Golden Knights have had to overcome injuries to seven different starters at various points this year.

      “You can’t change the past with who was injured or not injured and who played well or didn’t play well,” Wells said. “Being 5-4, guaranteed a .500 record with the tough schedule we had and a chance to go 6-4, it shows the kids don’t quit.

      “You can talk about being proud of teams for going to the playoffs or doing some special things, but I’m pretty proud of this team here for going through the major injuries we’ve had and sticking together. They don’t quit and you’ve got to love that as a coach.”

      Dover led twice in the first half, first on a 2-yard run by Jerry Warren. Then after the Golden Knights tied it on a 40-yard touchdown by Sturgis, Williams scored a touchdown on his first drive replacing Harris at quarterback.

      The touchdown that pleased the home crowd the most on Senior Night came before the game.

      Dover sent out senior manager Samantha Wierney in full uniform to run back a kickoff attempt. With the crowd chanting her name and all 11 players on the field from both teams cheering her along, she scored before she was given high fives from the Dover sideline and a hug by Dover coach Dante Jones.

      11-7-15

      Football

      Archmere improved their record to 5-4 with a 17-2 win over previously undefeated DMA. Robbie Baxter had 2 interceptions and returned one for a TD. Nick Udovich had 10 tackles, a sack, and an interception for the Auks.

      2 Quiadare Rogers touchdown runs of 1 and 3 yards, and teammate qb Amir Young’s 30 yard quarterback sweep paced the Bulldogs of Brandywine to a 22-12 win over the Highlanders of McKean.

      Dillon Coughner’s 2 touchdown passes of 42 yards to Jared Hill and 23 yards to Avery Roberts paced the Concord Raiders to a 55-12 win over the Cougars of Delcastle.  Graham Roberts ran for 3 touchdown runs of 43, 61 and 35 yards each as he carried the ball 12 times for 200 yards , Luis Echaveria ran an interception of 41 yards for Concord.  2nd qb for Concord Tyler Heath threw a 12 yard pass to Jaison Jeffrey and scored a touchdown run of 1 yard.

      Jashawn Johnson’s 2 touchdown runs of 3 and 5 yards. Akquil Williams 2 yard run paced the Green Knights of Mt. Pleasant to a 21-6 over the Wildcats of Howard.

      Dayne Llamas 3 yard touchdown run and connected to teammates Amere Park Brown for a 40 yard touchdown and Raymond Sanchez for 1 yard to pace the Redskins of Conrad to a 29-22 win over the Tatnall Hornets.

    • November 5, 2015 4:57 PM EST
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      Date: Thu, Nov 5, 2015 at 11:01 AM
      Subject: FB: Penn State's Yazujian and Reeder Named to CoSIDA Academic All-District Team
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      Yazujian and Reeder Named to CoSIDA Academic All-District Team

      Yazujian earns second consecutive Academic All-District honor

       

      UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.; Nov. 5, 2015 – Junior long snapper Tyler Yazujian (Royersford, Pa.) and redshirt freshman linebacker Troy Reeder (Wilmington, Del.) have been selected to the CoSIDA Academic All-District™ team for their performance in the classroom and on the field. The duo are now eligible for consideration for the Academic All-America® Team.

       

      Yazujian is a two-time Academic All-District selection after earning the honor last season. He owns a 3.86 grade point average in information sciences and technology. Yazujian was an Academic All-Big Ten selection in 2014 and is a six-time Dean’s List honoree. He has also posted perfect 4.0 GPAs in two semesters during his collegiate career. On the field, Yazujian handles all of the long snapping responsibilities for the Nittany Lions. Redshirt freshman kicker Joey Julius ranks first in the Big Ten and 24th nationally in field goal percentage (.833). Yazujian picked up his first career tackle against Indiana on a punt return as he combined with Jordan Dudas for the stop.

       

      Reeder picks up his first career Academic All-District honor with a 3.80 GPA. He was a Dean’s List recipient his first two semesters on campus. He has started eight of nine games this season at the linebacker position. Reeder is one of 17 redshirt freshmen to see game action this season and one of six freshmen to start this season. He is fifth on the team in tackles with 49 stops, including 5.5 tackles for loss. Additionally, Reeder has one pass breakup, two passes defended and collected his first career interception against Illinois.

       

      Penn State football student-athletes have earned 63 CoSIDA Academic All-America® selections all-time, the second-highest total among all Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) institutions, trailing only Nebraska. In 2013, All-America guard John Urschel earned his second consecutive first-team Academic All-America® honor.

       

      The Nittany Lions' 18 Academic All-Americans® over the past nine seasons (16 first-team) lead the nation. The Penn State football team has had a least one first-team Academic All-American® in 10 of the past 13 seasons (19 overall first-team selections since 2002).

       

      The Nittany Lions travel to Evanston to face Northwestern Saturday at noon. The game will air on ESPNU, the Penn State Sports Network (10:30 a.m. pregame) and GoPSUsports.com.

       

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      FOOTBALL: SHERROD NAMED TO NATIONAL DEFENSIVE AWARD WATCH LIST

      Courtesy DSU Athletic Media Relations
      Wed, November 04, 2015

      Dover, Del. (Nov. 4, 2015) --- Delaware State defensive end Gabe Sherrod (jr.) is gaining national recognition for his play this season. Sherrod has been named to the College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) 2015 FCS Defensive Awards Watch List.

      The list includes 32 players for each defensive position, including linebacker, lineman and back. Sherrod is near the top of the national rankings in tackles-for-loss this season.

      Sherrod is third in the MEAC and sixth among all FCS players at 1.9 tackles for loss per game (15 total), according to the NCAA statistical report for games as of Oct. 31. For the season, he is fifth on the Hornets with 46 tackles and tops the team in sacks (4.5), in addition to tackles for loss. Sherrod is also credited with four quarterback hurries and two blocked kicks this season. He had 3.5 tackles behind the line-of-scrimmage vs. South Carolina State on Oct. 24. Sherrod led all Hornet linemen with 10 tackles (seven unassisted), including 4.5 for lost yardage in the Sep. 5 opener at Liberty. Sherrod recorded seven tackles, including 3.5 behind the line-of-scrimmage, a sack and a blocked kick in the contest.

       

        
       
        

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    • October 30, 2015 4:40 AM EDT
    • Football 10-29-15

      Touchdown runs by Earnest Austin 8 carries for 137 yards and Gerald Wiggins combined for 3 touchdown total to pace the Wildcats of Howard to a 38-22 win over the Dragons of Glasgow.

      10-30-15

      Alex Pollard 62 yards rushing scored 2 touchdown runs of 7 and 4 yards Mehki Pressey 61 yards rushing scored 2 touchdown runs of 4 and 2 yards paced the Yellowjackets of Newark by a 51-24 score.

      Todd Turner’s 1 yard run Trevor Hill’s 1 touchdown run of 10 yards and caught a pass of 40 yards from teammate Jacob Hudson paced the undefeated Seahawks of Delaware Military Academy to a 21-7 win over the Bulldogs of Laurel.

      Patrick Griffin touchdown run of 5,3 yards Justin Hill’s 5 yard pass to Griffin Dunn Timaun Williams 2 touchdown runs of 15, 31 and 34 yards paced the Ravens of Sussex Tech to a 42-27 win over the Dover Senators.

      For the first time in 42 years the Smyrna Eagles qb Nolan Henderson 12 completions out of 18 attempts for 305 yards threw 4 touchdown passes 2 for 60 and 70 yards and two to teammate Donte Ritchie 4 receptions for 79 yards and 2 touchdown receptions as they defeated the Riders of Caesar Rodney 52-14.

      Kirby Williams 22 yard touchdown with the 2 point PAT Good paced the Woodbridge Blue Raiders to a 17-14 win over the Buccaneers of Milford.

      10-31-15 Games

      Colby Reeder 20 carries for 173 yards scored 3 touchdowns paced the Sals of Salesianum to a 30-13 win over the Colonials of William Penn.

      Sam Ragland ran for 151 yards and 4 touchdowns and returned a kickoff 70 yards for another score for the hornets. as they defeated the Highlanders of McKean by a 54-28 score.  Drew Kobasa threw for 204 yards and a touchdown.  Cameron Easton had 4 catches for 129 yards and touchdown for Tatnall.  Reginald Ray hauled in 2 touchdown from Sam Baker for the Highlanders.

      Noah Thomas 2 touchdown runs 3 and 6 yards along with Anthony Falco’s 63 yard pass to Miles Lane paced the Hillers of Tower Hill to a 24-7 win over the Conrad Redskins.

      The Hawks controlled the game today against Brandywine and won by a 42-6 score. Gary Brightwell had over 150 yards on the ground and three touchdowns runs of 67, 52 and 28 yards . Stefon Woodruff had an interception return for a touchdown and a blocked punt. The Hawks improve to 7-1 and 5-0 in Flight B.

      Jordan Haynes 2 touchdown passes of 6 yards to Mahkai Lee and 14 yards to Andrew Gaymon and scored on a touchdown run of 16 yards.  Andrew Gaymon scored the game winner a 3 yard touchdown run paced the Tigers of Alexis I DuPont to a 26-20 win over the Green Knights of Mt. Pleasant.

      Henry Gise rushed for 84 yards and scored two touchdowns of 53 and 16. Jonny Gardner rushed for two touchdowns of 5 and 17 yards as well and paced the Quakers of Wilmington Friends to a 42-6 win over the Cardinals of St. Andrews.

      CONCORD RALLIED FROM A 14-0 DEFICIT TO DEFEAT CHARTER 44-28. GRAHM ROBERTS AND KYLE BATCH LED THE WAY FOR THE RAIDERS.ROBERTS RUSHED FOR 4 TDS AND OVER 100 YDS TO BREAK THE 1000 YD MARK FOR THE YEAR

      Dan Bark rushed for 132 yards and 2 touchdowns and Pat Udovich added 90 yards and 2 touchdowns as the Auks evened their record to 4-4 as they defeated Academy of the New Church 35-12

       

    • October 28, 2015 6:11 PM EDT

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      Godwin Added to the Biletnikoff Award Watch List

      Sophomore wide out among the candidates for the nation’s top receiver

       

      UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.; Oct. 28, 2015 – Sophomore wide receiver Chris Godwin (Middletown, Del.) has been added to the Biletnikoff Award watch list for the nation’s top receiver. Godwin joins teammate and fellow sophomore DaeSean Hamilton (Fredericksburg, Va.) on the list.

       

      The Biletnikoff Award annually recognizes the outstanding receiver in college football. Any player, regardless of position (wide receiver, tight end, slot back and running back) who catches a pass is eligible for the award. As such, the Biletnikoff Award recognizes the outstanding receiver, not merely outstanding wide receiver.

       

      Bobby Engram was the inaugural award winner in 1994 and is the only Penn State player to claim the honor.

       

      Godwin leads the Nittany Lions with 34 catches for 628 yards. He also had a pair of touchdown catches on the season. Godwin ranks 27th in FBS in yards per reception (18.47), 30th in receiving yards and 41st yards per game (78.5). He has caught at least four passes in eight of his last nine games, dating back to last season, and has at least one reception in 20 of his 21 collegiate games.

       

      The Middletown, Delaware native is coming off his second-straight 100-yard game with 135 yards on four catches with a touchdown against Maryland. He also had 103 yards on three catches at No. 1 Ohio State. Godwin is the first Nittany Lion with back-to-back 100-yard receiving games since Allen Robinson in 2013 (106 vs. Nebraska; 122 at Wisconsin).

       

      The 2015 Biletnikoff Award winner will be presented live on December 10, 2015, on The Home Depot College Football Awards Show to be broadcast 7-9 p.m. on ESPN. College Football Hall of Famer and Heisman Trophy winner Desmond Howard will present the 2015 Biletnikoff Award winner on the show.

       

      The Nittany Lions return to Beaver Stadium after a two-game road trip to host Illinois Saturday at noon. The game will air on ESPN2, the Penn State Sports Network (10:30 a.m. pregame) and GoPSUsports.com.

       

      Tickets for the Nittany Lions’ last two home games are available. Penn State hosts Illinois Saturday and Michigan on Nov. 21 for Senior Day and the Penn State WhiteOut. To purchase tickets or for more information, fans can visit PSUnrivaled.com, call 1-800-NITTANY or visit the Bryce Jordan Center ticket office weekdays from 10 a.m-6 p.m.

       

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    • October 24, 2015 12:06 PM EDT
    • Football

      Nolan Henderson’s 2 touchdown passes of 13 yards to Donte Richie and 28 yards to Brandon Bishop paced the Eagles of Smyrna to a 58-21 win over the Golden Knights of Sussex Central.

      St. Georges came through 20-16 in a battle with St. Mark’s. Logan Gilbert lead the team in rushing yards with 125 on 15 carries. Tordell Kemp had the game winning pass to Gary Brightwell with 4 minutes left to take the lead. Nyree Williamson had a interception and Jhemir Stanley had a fumble recovery on 4th down to win the game. St. Georges improves to 6-1.

      Dillon Adams 15 yard pass to Rasheed Woods and Rasheed Woods 4 yard touchdown run paced the Vikings of Cape Henlopen to a 21-6 win over the Riders of Caesar Rodney.

      Football 10-24-15

      The Delmar Wildcats on Brooks Parker’s 1 DeJour Brown td run of 15 yards Logan Thomas 2 touchdown runs of 12 and 47 James Adkins 1 yard of 56 yards Eric Chestnut touchdown run of 13 yards and Davonte McKnight 53 yard touchdown run defeated the Seaford Blue Jays 47-0.

      Anthony Falco’s 15 yard run along with 3 touchdown passes of 55, 40 and 75 to Myles Lane along with Christopher Miller’s 35 yard field goal paced the Hillers of Tower Hill to a 32-6 win over the Cardinals of St. Andrews.

      Stephen Maguire’s 2 touchdown runs of 3 and 1 yards each, Jonathan Gardner’s 2 touchdown runs of 34 and 22 yards, Justin Beneck’s 2 touchdown runs of 3 yards each and another touchdown run of 4 yards paced the Wilmington Friends Quakers to a 61-22 win over the Hornets of Tatnall.

      Jacob Hudson’s 2 touchdown passes of 10 yards to Paul Wolfe and 40 yards to Trevor Hill paced the Seahawks of Delaware Military Academy to a 51-6 win over Red Lion Christian.

      Andrew James Gaymon 4 touchdown runs of 3, 11, 5 and a 75 yard kickoff return paced the Tigers of AI DuPont to a 54-48 win over the Vikings of St. Elizabeth.

      Amir Young’s 2 touchdown passes of 20 and 30 to Kareem Henderson and and 1 pass to Raejae Britt for 25 yards paced the Bulldogs of Brandywine to a 32-0 win over the Rams of Dickinson.

      Andrew Delpercio’s 10 carries for 64 yards scored on a 20 yard touchdown run and threw a 16 yard pass to Brandon Sherman paced the Yellowjackets of Newark to a 34-0 win over the Charter School.

      Kenyon Yellowdy was 6 for 7 207 yards with 4 touchdown passes. Kevin Banning had 5 catches 3 of them for touchdowns and 158 yards. Derek Thompson had 11 carries for 116 yards and 2 touchdowns. Jayson Jeffers added 76 yards and a touchdown on just 5 carries. All to help Appoquinimink get the win.

      Hodgson Silver Eagles came up victorious against the McKean Highlanders Saturday morning 23-22.  Tymier Sewell and Sea’Queris Wiggins each had 1 yard rushing scores.  Marc Perez scored on a 10 yard run, and his two point conversion run gave the Silver Eagles the lead.  McKean’s Louis Hall had scoring runs of 66 and 20 yards, and scored on a 70 yard pass from Samuel Baker.

       

    • October 11, 2015 5:00 AM EDT
    • Delaware High School Football Recaps

      10-9-15

      Griffin Salvo’s 25 yard run Garrett Cannon’s 7 yard touchdown Colby Reeder’s 2 yard run paced the Sals of Salesianum to a 20-6 win over the Cavaliers of Middletown.  Kedrick Whitehead scored on a 74 yard run for the Cavaliers.

      St. Georges improved to 4-1 with a 41-0 win over McKean. Gary Brightwell had over 100 yards on the ground with two touchdowns and a 46 yard receiving touchdown. Logan Gilbert added two touchdowns and a safety on defense. The Hawks improve to 3-0 in Flight B.

      Amere Park Brown’s 90 yard kickoff return along with a 60 yard run paced the Redskins and caught a 60 yard pass from qb Dayne Llamas paced the Redskins of Conrad to a 34-6 win over the Cardinals of St. Andrews.

      Jacob Hudson 19 yard pass to Jeff Gillis, Alphaeus Hansen 5 yard run paced the Seahawks at 5-0 as they defeated the Spartans of St. Marks 49-21 win over the Spartans of St. Mark, Jamai Rice 84 yard punt return for St. Marks.

      AJ Falco’s 7 yard touchdown run along with a 21 yard pass to Connor Cucazalla paced the Hillers of Tower Hill to a 35-14 win over the Lions of Red Lion Christian.  Jean Marc Wampler ran 2 touchdown runs for the Lions of 19 and 53 yards.

      10-10-15

      Kyle Lux’s 33 yard field goal, Patrick Griffin’s 17 yard run paced the Ravens of Sussex Tech to a 17-6 win over the Riders of Caesar Rodney.

      Joe Greenwood’s touchdown runs of 13 and 28 yards, Kamau Floyd touchdown runs of 67, 5 and 23 yards paced the Colonials of William Penn to a 48-6 win over the Jaguars of Appoquinimink.

       
      Isaiah Wilson was 10-16 for 259 yards and 4 touchdowns in the first half.  Edgar Mena was on the receiving end of two of the touchdowns.  He finished the game with 3 catches for 109 yards and 2 touchdowns to pace the Glasgow Dragons to a 44-6 win over the Bulldogs of Brandywine.
       
      Hodgson Silver Eagles defeated the Dickinson Rams Saturday monring 47-6.  Tymier Sewell had three rushing touchdowns of 1, 2, and 9 yards.  Tre Martin opened the second quarter with an 89 yard kick off return.  Marc Perez connected on scoring strikes of 20 yards to Marshall Hardin and 45 yards to Vaughn Wood. Sea’Queris Wiggins added to the scoring with a 17 yard touchdown run.
       
      Austin Aguilars blocked field goal for a touchdown paced the Lake Forest Spartans to a 19-14 win over Delmar.

    • October 10, 2015 8:36 PM EDT
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      UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE ATHLETICS BREAKING NEWS – October 10, 2015
      To read all the Blue Hens athletics news, visit www.bluehens.com
       
      FOOTBALL: Delaware Offense Falters, Blue Hens Drop 20-0 Decision at Rhode Island
      KINGSTON, R.I. (Oct. 10)  -- Just one week after a watershed victory by the young University of Delaware football squad, the Blue Hens suffered an unlikely loss Saturday against previously winless Rhode Island at Meade Stadium. FULL STORY
       
      CROSS COUNTRY: McGroarty First, Blue Hens Second at Blue & Gold Invite
      NEWARK, Del. (Oct. 10)  – Sophomore Liz McGroarty (Glen Mills, Pa./Garnet Valley) captured her first collegiate title Saturday as the Blue Hens placed second overall at the Blue & Gold Invitational, hosted by Delaware at White Clay Creek State Park. FULL STORY
       
      VOLLEYBALL: Delaware Takes on Elon Saturday Night
      ELON, N.C. (Oct. 10) -- Delaware takes on Elon in Colonial Athletic Association action Saturday night. Click HERE later tonight for results. 
       
      MEN'S SOCCER: Delaware Takes on #14 Hofstra Saturday Night
      HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (Oct. 10) -- Delaware takes on Hofstra in Colonial Athletic Association action Saturday night. Click HERE later tonight for results. 
       
      WOMEN'S SOCCER: Zelenky Scores Lone Goal as Blue Hens Post 1-0 Shutout Over Drexel
      NEWARK, Del. (Oct. 9) -- Blue Hen junior forward Natalie Zelenky scored the lone goal of the match in the 58th minute as the University of Delaware women’s soccer team picked up a crucial 1-0 Colonial Athletic Association victory over Drexel Friday night at Stuart & Suzanne Grant Stadium. FULL STORY
       
      CROSS COUNTRY: BLUE HEN SPOTLIGHT: Kevin Cataldo The Match for Bone Marrow Transplant FULL STORY
       
      UPCOMING EVENTS
       
      Sunday, October 11
       #13 Field Hockey vs. #12 Liberty, 1 p.m.
      Women's Tennis at Navy Blue-Gold Invitational
       
      Monday, October 12
      Volleyball at William & Mary, 2 p.m.
       
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    • October 2, 2015 12:12 AM EDT
    • 10-1-15 Football

      St. Georges ran for 439 yards on the ground to win 34-14 over the Riders of Caesar Rodney. Logan Gilbert and Warren Henderson both had two touchdowns. St. Georges improves to 3-1 on the year.

      Andrew James Gaymon III rushed for 132 yds and two touchdowns runs of 27 and 54 yards on 26 carries to lead the Tigers to a 14-6 victory over the Force of Charter.

      Rasheed Wood’s 3 touchdown runs of 43, 38 and 39 yards, Jeremiah Smack 2 touchdown runs of 5 yards along with a 30 yard fumble recovery and Kolbi Wright’s 2 touchdown runs of 12 and 15 yards paced the Vikings of Cape Henlopen to a 48-0 win over the Panthers of Polytech.

       

      0-2-15 Football

      Vincent Smith and Reggie Ray scored on a pair of touchdown runs of 5 yards each for the Highlanders as McKean defeated Dickinson 12-0 in the annual “Backyard Brawl.”  Domenick Lombardo had two interceptions and two forced fumbles as the Highlander defense pitched their first shutout of the year.

      Grahm Roberts carried the ball for 320 yards and scored 4 touchdown runs 67,32, 6 and 4 to pace Concord to a 32-21 win over the Jaguars of Appoquinimink.

      Chris Thomas 14 carries for 93 yards scored on a 15 yard touchdown run, Chris Hummel’s 69 yard punt return for a touchdown and Chase Pattinson;s 1 yard run paced the Bucs of Interboro out of Prospect Park, PA to a 23-6 win over Caravel.

      10-3-15 Football

      AJ Falco’s 3 touchdown runs of 4, 5, and 3 yards paced the Hillers of Tower Hill to a 23-10 win over the Hornets of Tatnall.

      QB William Sullivan’s 8 yard touchdown run along with a 26 yard pass to Peyton Schultz paced the Spartans of St. Marks to a 16-6 win over the Auks of Archmere.

      Smyrna so running back Will Knight had a banner day after a 72-52 loss to Salesianum last week at Baynard Stadium as he carried the ball 33 times for 250 yards scored 5 touchdowns as they defeated the Dover Senators 40-14.

      10-5-15 Football

      The William Penn Colonials on Titus Nelson’s 33 yard run, Chi Chi Amachi’s 9 yard run along with DJ Johnson’s pass of 21 yards to Zack Burton and 10 yards to Frank Burton defeated the Green Knights of Mt. Pleasant by a 31-13 score.

      Tommy Cover had a 47 yard reception for a TD. Stephen Maguire had 2 touchdowns. Henry Gise had a 39 yard touchdown run. Matthew Taormina had a 5 yard run in the 3rd quarter. Quentin McAbee had also had 13 yard run to pace Friends to a 42-6 win over Red Lion Christian.

       

    • September 26, 2015 5:16 AM EDT
    • 9-25-15 Football Recaps
       
      Sekaya Hercules 6 carries for 83 yards paced the Jaguars of Appoquimink to a 22-12 win over the Newark Yellowjackets. Jaguar Derek Thompson also had 17 carries for 128 yards and 1 touchdown.
       
      Colby Reeder’s 34 times for 393 yards and scored 7 touchdowns paced the Sals of Salesianum to a 76-56 win over Smyrna.  Smyrna qb Nolan Henderson 26 completions out of 33 attempts for 506 yards and 4 touchdown passes.
       
      Tristan Harris’s 15 completions out of 22 attempts for 382 yards threw 6 touchdown passes including 2 to Breon Dennis paced the Dover Senators to a 41-40 win over the Spartans of Lake Forest.
       
      Colby Wright’s 10 carries for 106 yards scored 2 touchdowns as Cape Henlopen Vikings defeated the Indians of Indian River by a 34-0 score.
       
      2 touchdown runs of 3 yards by Jacob Laznik scored the game winner in overtime as Caravel defeated Delmar 34-28.
       
      2 touchdown runs of 75 and 25 yards by Patrick Griffin, qb Justin Hill’s 9 yard pass to Griffin Dunn and scored on 2 touchdown runs to paced the Ravens of Sussex Tech to a 55-7 win over the Laurel Bulldogs.
       
      The Colonials of William Penn on Titus Nelson’s 63 yard run, along with a pass reception of 6 yards from QB DJ Johnson defeated the Tigers of AI DuPont by a  48-13 score.  DJ Johnson also threw a 26 yard pass to Chi Chi Amachi, and ran a 2 yard touchdown run, and threw a 37 yard pass to Frank Burton. Chi Chi Amachi also scored on an 84 yard kickoff return.
       

      9-26-15 Football

      Ahmere Dorsey  accounted for over 400 yards of total offense and the Delcastle Tech defeated the Panthers of Polytech 39-14.  The Cougar Defense allowed only 1 first down and 49 yards of total offense. The Cougars improve to 1-2 and play Middletown this coming Friday night.

      Jon Gardner of the Quakers had 15 tackles and a fumble recovery leading Friends to a 28-23 victory. Andrew Jaworski had 2 TD runs.  Steven Maguire of WFS had a TD run.

      Justin Beneck threw a TD pass to Nolan Delaney. Tai Holden recorded 12 tackles and pressured Woodbridges quarterbacks all afternoon. Khalid Horne tallied an interception as well. Woodbridge’s Jawaun Rodriguez also had 2 TDs runs.

      Tavion Jones carried the ball 17 times for 144 yards and 2 tds.  Isaiah Wilson was 6-11 for 146 yards and a TD.  Jasaan Cunningham had 3 catches for 97 yards and a TD to pace Glasgow to a 21-14 win over the Silver Eagles of Hodgson.

      St. Georges defense caused four turnovers including one score by Stefon Woodruff. St. Georges improves to 2-1 and 2-0 in Flight B as they defeated Dickinson 41-0.

      Yusef Dandrige 7 yard touchdown run, Ryan Dickerson’s fumble recovery in the end zone and Amere Brown’s 72 yard fumble return paced the Redskins of Conrad School of Science to a 24-12.

      Vincent Del Percio’s 7 and 18 yard pass to brother Andrew Del Percio along witn a 7 yard run by Vince paced the Cavaliers of Middletown to a 46-0 win over the Force of Charter.

       

    • September 20, 2015 12:13 AM EDT
    • rom: Delaware State University Football 
      Date: Sat, Sep 19, 2015 at 8:02 PM
      Subject: Article: HORNETS FALL SHORT TO CHOWAN IN HOME OPENER
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      HORNETS FALL SHORT TO CHOWAN IN HOME OPENER

      Courtesy DSU Athletic Media Relations
      Sat, September 19, 2015

      Dover, Del. (Sep. 19, 2015) ---Delaware State nearly overcame a 21-point deficit, but came up short in the final minute of 31-30 loss to Chowan in the Hornets’ 2015 home opener in sunny and hot conditions at Alumni Stadium this afternoon.

      DSU pulled to within 31-30 on a seven-yard touchdown pass from second-string quarterback Gil Rivera to Kamal Abrams with 59 seconds left to play, but the Hornets failed to tie the game when Jeremiah McGeough missed the extra point kick.  McGeough, the Hornets’ punter, attempted the kick because regular placekicker Wisdom Nzidee was suffering from cramps.        

      The Hornets attempted an onsides kick following the missed extra point, but Chowan emerged with the ball following a brief scramble to seal the win.

      The Hawks improved to 2-1 this season, while Hornets fell to 0-3.

      Marcus Hampton rushed for 121 yards and a touchdown on 26 attempts, while quarterback Randall Dixon completed 13-of-22 passes for 200 yards and two touchdowns to lead Division II Chowan.

      The Hawks had a balanced offensive attack, rushing for 251 yards, while passing for 237.

      Delaware State collected 256 total yards, 130 by the pass and 126 on the ground.

      Jamaal Jackson ran for 76 yards, including a 42-yard touchdown for the Hornets. Esayah Obado and Rivera each threw a touchdown pass for DSU. Obado’s scoring toss to Malik Golson was the first of his career.  The Hornet starting quarterback did not finish the contest, however, also due to cramps.

      Chowan scored on its first two possessions to open up a 14-0 lead. Its second touchdown capped off a 92-yard drive that began when Obado lost a fumble at the Hawks’ eight yard line following a first down run.

      The Hawks opened up a 21-0 lead when Dixon connected with Kaine Lombard on a 23 yard touchdown pass on the first play of the second quarter.

      Delaware State’s defense forced Chowan turnovers on back-to-back possessions late in the second quarter to get the Hornets back into the game.

      J.R. Robinson intercepted a Dixon pass at the Hornet 42-yard line and darted 58 yards down the sideline for his first career touchdown to get the Hornets on the board. Nzidee’s extra point kick pulled DSU to within 21-7 with 4:56 left in the second quarter.

      On the ensuing Chowan possession, DSU linebacker picked off a pass from Dixon and ran 46 yards on the return to the Hawks’ 10.

      Three plays later, Obado found Golson in the endzone for the Hornets’ second touchdown of the game. It was the first offensive touchdown for the Hornets in six quarter. The extra point kick by Nzidee cut Chowan’s lead to 21-14 with 1:36 left to go before halftime.

      The Hornets nearly tied the game after the defense forced a third Chowan turnover on the opening possession of the third quarter.  DSU’s Gabe Sherrod forced a fumble that was scooped up teammate Rashawn Barrett, who ran 46 yards on the return to the Hawks’ 19 yard line

      DSU could only gain four yards on a possession and had to settle for a 32-yard field goal by Nzidee to pull to within 21-17 with 9:59 left in the third quarter.

      Chowan ran off 10 consecutive points to stretch its lead to 31-17. Nick Hahula nailed a 30-yard field goal and Hampton scored on a one-yard run to account for the Hawks’ scoring. The Hampton touchdown capped off a drive that started when Vicente’ Stafford intercepted an Obado pass and ran 17 yards on the return to the DSU 24.

      The Hornets pulled to within seven points when Jackson sprinted around the left end and down the sideline for a 42-yard touchdown with 13:33 left in the fourth quarter. It was his second touchdown of the season and longest scoring run of his career.

      Delaware State’s final possession began at its 31 yard line with 1:57 and Rivera in at quarterback. Rivera connected with Aris Scott on a 33-yard pass to the Chowan 36 on the first play of the drive. He also completed a 14-yard pass to Brycen Alleyne to the Hawks’ 22. Rivera’s seven-yard touchdown pass to Abrams was on second-and-goal with 59 seconds left.

      The Hornets will be idle next week (Sep. 26); and return to action against Morgan State in their MEAC opener on Oct. 3. Game time is 2 p.m. at Alumni Stadium.

      STINGERS
      The touchdown catch by Abrams was the second of his collegiate career. The former Dover (Del.) star had one scoring catch at Connecticut, where he competed for three seasons before transferring to DSU

      The interception by Malik Harris was the first of his career.

      Hornet defensive lineman Jihad Abdur-Rahman led all players with a career-high 13 tackles, including seven solo stops.

      Sherrod had seven tackles, including a sack and two other stops behind the line of scrimmage.

        
       
        

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    • September 19, 2015 3:31 AM EDT
    • Football 9-18-15

      In a rematch of the 2014 Division I State Football Finals, qb DJ Johnson’s 2 runs of 1 yard each paced the Colonials of William Penn to a 13-7 win over the Cavaliers of Middletown.

      In their first year of the football program Jean Marc Wampler’s 7 yard touchdown run paced the Lions of Red Lion Christian to a 7-0 win over the Cardinals of St. Andrews.  This is the programs first win in football history.

      Touchdown runs by Avery Roberts of 35 yards along with brother Grahm Roberts 2 touchdown runs of 50 and 78 yards and teammate Brandon Dennis 2 touchdown runs of 34 yards paced the Raiders of Concord to a 36-12 win over the Tigers of AI DuPont.

      Gary Brightwell ran for 161 yards with 2 TD’s of 1 and 58 yards along with a pass reception from qb Tordell Kemp in St. Georges  35-14 conference win.

      2 touchdown passes by qb Dayne Llamas of 22 to Ray Sanchez an scored on a 58 yard run paced the Redskins of Conrad to a 29-0 win over the Rams of Dickinson.

      Louis Hall lead McKean to it’s first win of the season with 2 rushing touchdowns and a throwing touchdown behind a solid performance from the offensive line. Vernon Young had a receiving touchdown, interception, and fumble recovery for the Highlanders.  Ryheem Jenkins sealed the victory with a game-ending interception.

      Glasgow’s quarterback Isaiah Wilson threw a 80 yd touchdown for the Dragons, and Tavion Jones-Hill rushed for two touchdowns and over 100 yards for the game.

      Football Recaps 9-19-15

      Pat Udovich’s 14 carries on 180 yards rushing scored 2 touchdown runs of 1 and 14 yards paced the Auks of Archmere to a 42-6 win over the Bulldogs of Brandywine. Auks teammate Dan Matranga added 8 carries on 95 yards and scored on 2 touchdown runs of 8 and 14 yards.

      Hodgson Silver Eagles defeated Christiana High School Saturday morning, 53-8. Simian Smith had rushing touchdowns of 10, 11, and 23 yards. Bryon Cowen, Dejuan Outlaw, and Nahzir Billops each scored rushing touchdowns. Vaughn Wood and Cory Joines lead the defense, each scoring on interception returns. Christiana’s Zak Barnes had an 85 yard kickoff return for a score.

      Carter Lamey’s 38 yard pass to Samuel Goff and a 35 yard pass to Daniel Zaborsky and scored on a QB 1 yard touchdown run paced the Force of Charter to a 28-0 win over the Cougars of Delcastle.

      The Quakers of Wilmington Friends on Justin Beneck had a 5 yard touchdown run and Quaker teammate Andrew Jaworski scored on a 4 yard rush for another touchdown defeated Academy of The New Church 13-0.

       

    • September 19, 2015 2:20 AM EDT
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      Date: Fri, Sep 18, 2015 at 10:40 PM
      Subject: Boston College Falls to No. 9/6 FSU for First 2015 Loss
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      Sept. 18, 2015
       
      Contact: Zanna Ollove, BC Communications

      Boston College Falls to No. 9/6 FSU for First 2015 Loss
      The Eagles are shut out for the first time since 2010

       

       

      GAME INFORMATION

      Score: No. 9/6 Florida State 14, Boston College 0 
      Records: Florida State (3-0, 1-0 ACC), Boston College (2-1, 0-1 ACC) 
      Location: Alumni Stadium in Chestnut Hill, Mass. (39,111) 
      Time of Game: 2:58 Weather: 73 degrees, clear with SSW 7 mph winds

      BC HIGHLIGHTS

       

      • The defense held FSU running back Dalvin Cook to 54 yards, who entered the game averaging 211 yards per game. It also snapped a five-game streak of at least 100 yards on the ground for Cook.
      • Sophomore defensive lineman Harold Landry led the Eagles with a career-high 10 tackles, including seven solo stops, a career-high 3.5 tackles for a loss and 1.5 sacks.

      KEY PLAYS

       

      • Trailing 7-0 in the fourth quarter, the Eagles were driving but sophomore Jon Hilliman fumbled on a force by Christmas and Jalen Ramsey recovered and scored on a 36-yard recovery to make it a 14-0 game.
      • Sophomore starting quarterback Darius Wade was sacked on the next drive and was forced to leave the game with an injury.
      HOW IT HAPPENED
      • The Seminoles scored on an eight-play, 83-yard drive to start the game, which would turn out to be the only offensive score of the game and the only touchdown until the fourth quarter. Quarterback Everett Golson hit Travis Rudolph on a nine-yard pass with just over 10 minutes left in the first quarter to open the game.
      • The score remained the same as the Eagles' best chance was in the first quarter as they took it to the FSU 39-yard line but were forced to punt after an incomplete pass on a third-and-five. FSU kicker Robert Aguayo missed a 42-yard field goal attempt in the second quarter with two minutes left in the half to keep it a one-score game.
      • At the end of the third quarter on third-and-eight, Wade rushed for nine yards for a first down at the BC 12-yard line. After a one-yard gain, the quarter came to a close and BC was able to start the fourth with a 15-yard completion to sophomore Charlie Callinan. After rushes by senior Bobby Swigert and sophomoreSherman Alston for a total of 14 yards, the Eagles were on the move, out at their 42-yard line. FSU's Demarcus Christmas forced Hilliman to fumble on a carry and Jalen Ramsey picked it up and scored from the 36 to seal the win for the Noles.

      LEADERS 
      Florida State 
      Passing: Golson 119 yards, 11-for-24, 1 TD 
      Rushing: Cook 54 yards on 15 carries 
      Receiving: Whitfield 52 yards on 4 catches 
      Tackles: Hoskines 7 tackles, 1 TFL

      Boston College
      Passing: Wade 47 yards, 4-for-12, 1 INT 
      Rushing: Willis 40 yards on 8 carries 
      Receiving: Wolford 26 yards on 2 catches 
      Tackles: Landry 11 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 4.5 TFLs

      UP NEXT 
      The Eagles finish their four-game home stand by hosting Northern Illinois on Saturday, Sept. 26 at 1 p.m. The game will be broadcast on ESPN3.

      -BC-

       

    • September 13, 2015 1:59 AM EDT
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      HORNETS HUMBLED BY FBS KENT STATE; FALL TO 0-2

      Courtesy DSU Athletic Media Relations
      Sat, September 12, 2015

      Kent, OH (Sep. 12, 2015) --- Delaware State never got on track offensively, totaling negative yardage for the game, in a 45-13 loss to FBS Kent State in a steady rain at Dix Stadium this evening.  The Hornets scored both of their touchdowns on defense, while the Golden Flashes racked up 492 yards in the contest.

      “All I can say is Kent State had great plans on offense, defense and special teams, and executed them extremely well,” said Delaware State first-year head coach Kenny Carter.  “We have a long way to go, but I promise the players and coaches will give everything we have to turn things around. There’s still plenty to play for, including our home opener (vs. Chowan) next week the entire MEAC schedule.”

      Delaware State had just one first down, compared to 25 for KSU. The Hornets failed to convert a first down on 10 third-down tries, and possessed the ball for just 18-minutes-53 seconds.  

      Kent State (1-1) took advantage of good starting field position to draw first blood midway through the first quarter. Five plays after starting a drive at the DSU 42, Colin Reardon connected with Antwan Dixon on a 20-yard pass for the game’s first touchdown. The Golden Flashes converted a two-point pass from George Bollas to Brice Fackler following the touchdown to go ahead 8-0 with 8:20 left in the opening quarter.

      Kent State scored the game’s second touchdown on a Delaware State turnover late in the first quarter.  Nate Terhune recovered a fumble on a mishandled Delaware State snap in the endzone with 1:45 to go in the quarter. The Golden Flashes converted another two-point play, on a run by Bollas, to stretch their lead to 16-0.

      Another turnover by the Hornets put Kent State in excellent position for its third touchdown of the game. Trayion Durham scored on a one-yard plunge on fourth-and-goal to cap off a drive that began after Nate Holley returned an Obado interception to the DSU three yard line.  The Golden Flashes failed on a two-point pass following the touchdown to keep their lead at 22-0 with 11:38 remaining in the second quarter.       

      Delaware State got its first defensive score of the game to get on the board. Hornet safety Kevin Jocelyn forced a fumble on a run by Kent State’s Miles Hibbler. DSU cornerback William Burton picked the ball out of the air and ran 35 yards to the endzone for a touchdown to cut the Golden Flashes’ lead to 22-6 at the 8:58 mark of the second quarter. The Hornets failed on a two-point attempt after mishandling a pitch following the touchdown.

      Kent State answered DSU’s score with one of its own on the ensuing possession. Bollas, a back-up quarterback, capped off a nine -play, 60-yard drive with a five-yard touchdown run to pad the Golden Flashes’ lead. For the first time in the game, Kent State kicked the extra point.  April Goss, the second female player in major college football history, converted the kick to give KSU a 29-6 lead with 4:30 left in the second quarter.   

      Kent State marched nearly the length of the field to add another touchdown just before halftime.

      Reardon hooked up with Nick Holley on an 18-yard touchdown pass to complete a nine-play, 91-yard drive.  The big play in the march was a 44-yard run out of punt formation by Terhune to the DSU 18. The extra point kick by Shane Hynes gave the Golden Flashes a 36-6 lead at the break.

      Kent State led 45-6 when the Hornet defense scored for the second time in the game.

      DSU free safety Terrick Colston scooped up a fumble by Bollas and darted 72 yards to the endzone with 7:18 left to play. It was the fourth career touchdown for Colston, who has also returned two interceptions and a blocked punt for scores.  

      The Hornets were credited with minus-38 yards rushing on 28 attempts. The figure included negative 46 yards on seven sacks by the Kent State defense.

      DSU completed just three-of-10 passes for a total of five yards.

      Defensively, linebacker Malik Harris led the Hornets in tackles for the second straight week, recording a career-high 15 (eight solo), including 2.5 behind the line-of-scrimmage.

      Colston also had 15 tackles (seven unassisted), a forced fumble and a pass break-up, to go along with his return for a touchdown.   

      Jocelyn was credited with eight tackles, including two for lost yardage, a forced fumble and fumble recovery.

      Delaware State returns to action next Sat. (Sep. 19) for its home opener Chowan University. The Hall-of-Fame Day contest begins at 2 p.m. at Alumni Stadium.  DSU’s 2015 Athletic Hall-of-Fame inductees, including its 1970 and 1985 football teams, will be honored at halftime of the contest. 

      STINGERS
      The last time Delaware State scored two defensive touchdowns in a game was Sep. 2, 2006 when Stephon Hopkins returned a fumble and Russell Reaves an interception for TDs in a 34-14 win over Florida A&M in Detroit, Mich. … The Hornets fell to 0-3 vs. Kent State and 1-5 all-time against FBS (formerly Div. I-A) opponents.  

        
       
        

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    • September 12, 2015 2:29 AM EDT
    • 9-11-15 Delaware High School Football Derrek Thompson rushed for 266 yards and 4 touchdowns. While Jason Jeffers scored twice with 112 yards. Kenion Yellowdy was 6 for 6 for 96 yards and a touchdown paced the Jaguars of Appoquimink to a 60-20 win over Polytech.

      2 touchdown runs of 8 and 1 yards by Fulton Holland and 1 touchdown run of 8 yards by Kiante Sturgis paced the Golden Knights of Sussex Central to a 21-0 win over the Laurel Bulldogs in a DFRC Football contest that was originally played on Thursday due to rain. 

      The Milford Buccaneers on 2 Rahshawn prices 2 touchdown runs of 39 and 41 yards, Carlito Natal's 2 touchdown runs of 35 and 18 yards paced the Milford Buccaneers to a 67-0 win over the Lions of Red Lion Christian. 

      2 Nolan Henderson touchdown passes of 39 yards to Donte Ritchie and 5 yards to Brandon Bishop and 2 touchdown runs of 5 and 1 yards by Brandon Whaley paced the Eagles of Smyrna to a 56-0 win over the Cougars of Delcastle. 

      9-12-15

      Football 

      DJ Johnson's 3 touchdown passes of 50 and 22 yards to Chi Chi Amechi, 9 yards to Frank Burton and scored on a 3 yard run paced the William Penn Colonials to a 33-12 win over the Hawks of St. Georges. 

      Eli Walton rushed for 95 yards and teammate Yusef Dandridge rushed for 85 yards and 3 touchdowns paced the Redskins of Conrad to a 44-26 win over the Christiana Vikings.

    • September 11, 2015 3:45 AM EDT
    • In a DFRC high school football game that was played on Thursday, September 10, 2015 at Baynard Stadium the Seahawks of Delaware Military Academy opened the season as QB Jacob Hudson 12 carries for 56 yards ran for 1 touchdown run of 19 yards and threw another touchdown pass of 16 yards to Jeff Gillis as they defeated the Force of Charter by a 31-0 score.

      Alphaeus Hansen 9 carries for 56 yards and scored on a 31 yard touchdown run to go up 7-0.

      Brendan Hazewski scored on an interception for the last touchdown of the game

      For Charter Tommy Steiner gained 59 yards on the ground and Aslan Pugh 48 yards.

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      HORNETS VISIT BUCKEYE STATE TO BATTLE FBS GOLDEN FLASHES

      Courtesy DSU Athletic Media Relations
      Thu, September 10, 2015
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      2015 DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL — GAME 2
      DELAWARE STATE  “HORNETS” (0-1; 0-0 MEAC)     VS.
      KENT STATE “GOLDEN FLASHES ”  (0-1; 0-0 MAC)
      SAT., SEP. 12, 2015 (6 p.m.)
      DIX STADIUM (25,319) - KENT, OH 
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      THE GAME
      Delaware State visits Kent State of the FBS Mid-America Conference in a week-two contest. The Hornets are coming off a 32-13 loss at FCS #14/15 Liberty in the season opener last Saturday. The contest also marked the debut of  Delaware State first-year head coach 

      Kenny Carter, who served as an assistant at several major programs, including Florida, 
      Louisville, Penn State, LSU and Vanderbilt before accepting the DSU job last January. 

      Delaware State trailed 14-6 at Liberty after a touchdown midway through the second quarter and was down 25-13 after a third quarter score.

      The Hornets scored their first touchdowns on a well-executed eight-play, 75-yard drive midway through the second quarter. The three-minute-27-second march was highlighted by a long pass play and a gutsy fourth down call by Carter to keep the possession alive. The Hornets were facing a fourth-and-one at the DSU 34 when quarterback Esayah Obado (r-jr.) connected with Malik Golson (r-jr.) on an 11-yard pass to the 45. On the next play, Obado found Aris Scott (jr.) downfield for a 47-yard pass to the Liberty 8. On third-and-goal from the two, Obado rushed up the middle for a touchdown to complete the drive. 
       

      Obado completed 16-of-27 passes for 227 yards  and rushed for a two-yard touchdown in his first action since the 2013 season. He was intercepted twice and sacked five times in the opener. Golson had seven catches for 74 yards. Including a long of 27, last week. His seven receptions tied for first among MEAC pass-catcher in the opening weekend. Kamal Abrams (gr.) hauled in three passes for 51 yards in his first game with the Hornets after three seasons at Connecticut. Jamaal Jackson (sr.) had the bulk of the carries for DSU last week, rushing for 37 yards and a touchdown (two yards) on 15 carries. He also caught three passes for 44 yards.

      On defense, lineman Gabe Sherrod (jr.) and linebacker Malik Harris (so.) turned in solid performances at Liberty. Sherrod, a former tight end, had seven tackles (five unassisted), including 3.5 behind the line-of-scrimmage, a sack and a blocked kick. Harris had a game-and-career-high 12 tackles in the opener, including six solo stops. Safety Kevin Jocelyn (jr.) picked off a Liberty pass in the red zone last week.               

      Kent State opened the 2015 season with a mistake-filled 52-3 loss to Big 10 Illinois last weekend. The game was originally scheduled for Sep. 4, but re-scheduled for the next day due to severe lightning in the Champaign, Ill., area. The Illini took advantage of three interceptions and a muffed punt by the Golden Flashes to build a 38-0 halftime lead. Three of the four Illinois scores off turnovers followed one-play Kent State possessions lasting fewer than seven seconds each. The Kent State defense held the Illini to 342 total yards and just three-of-13 on third down conversions in the contest. The Kent State offense totaled 59 rushing yards and 186 by the pass in the opener. KSU quarterback Colin Reardon connected on 15-of-34 passes for 156 yards, including a 58-yard strike to Miles Hibbler. Kent State returned 44 letter winners, including 19 starters, from its 2014 squad, which posted a 2-9 overall record and 1-7 mark in the MAC East Division. 

      THE SERIES (Kent State leads 2-0)
      The Hornets and Golden Flashes are meeting for third time. The teams met during the 2007 and ‘08 seasons, also at Dix Stadium. Kent State won the 2007 contest 38-7, handing 
      Delaware State its only regular season loss that year, which was highlighted by DSU’s first Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference championship in 16 years and inaugural NCAA Tournament appearance.  

      Julian Edelman, now with the defending NFL champion New England Patriots, was Kent State’s starting quarterback in each of the previous meetings with the Hornets. Edelman completed 18-of-33 passes for 267 yards, with three touchdowns and an interception in the 2007 contest. He was held  to minus-seven yards rushing in the game, mainly due to three Delaware State sacks for minus-19 yards.

      Kent State won the 2008 contest 24-3. The Hornets scored their only points on a field goal with 3:16 left to play. Edelman was also the starting signal-caller for the Golden Flashes in the 2008 DSU/Kent State meeting. 

      He completed 10-of-20 throws for 113 yards, and intercepted twice; and had 11 rushing attempts for 71 yards and a touchdown, in the ‘08 contest.

       

        
       
        

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    • September 10, 2015 6:21 AM EDT
    • @ at Baynard Stadium

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      Football schedule by date

      Thursday, Sept. 10

      DMA at Charter of Wilm., 7 p.m.@

      Laurel at Sussex Central, 7 p.m.

      Friday, Sept. 11

      Dickinson at Tatnall, 4 p.m.

      Dover at Dunbar, 6 p.m.

      Archmere at Howard, 7 p.m.@

      Broadwater at Woodbridge, 7 p.m.

      Concord at Caravel, 7 p.m.

      Delmar at John Carroll, 7 p.m.

      Indian River at Linganore, 7 p.m.

      Newark at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Polytech at Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Seaford at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      St. Elizabeth at McKean, 7 p.m.

      Sussex Tech at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Tower Hill at Harford Technical, 7 p.m.

      Wilm. Friends at North East, 7 p.m.

      Delcastle at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Hodgson at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Middletown at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Red Lion Christian at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Sept. 12

      Mount Pleasant at Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Christiana at Conrad, 11 a.m.

      Cape Henlopen at Lower Cape May Reg MS, 1 p.m.

      St. Georges at William Penn, 7 p.m.

      Cardinal O’Hara at Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.@

      Friday, Sept. 18

      Tower Hill at Perkiomen, 4 p.m.

      Concord at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Delmar at St. Marys, 7 p.m.

      Elkton at Caravel, 7 p.m.

      Conrad at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Seaford at Cambridge-South Dorchester, 7 p.m.

      Smyrna at Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      St. Andrew’s at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      St. Georges at Howard, 7 p.m.@

      McKean at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Baltimore Polytechnic Institute at Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Oakdale at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Salesianum at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      St. Mark’s at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Central at Interboro, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Tech at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      William Penn at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Woodbridge at Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Sept. 19

      Hodgson at Christiana, 10 a.m.

      Archmere at Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Newark at Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      Charter of Wilm. at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Harford Technical at Tatnall, noon

      Milford at DMA, noon@

      New Church at Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      Laurel at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.@

      Friday, Sept. 25

      Bergen County Technical at Seaford, 5 p.m.

      Howard at McKean, 5 p.m.

      Appoquinimink at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Brandywine at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Caesar Rodney at Glen Mills s, 7 p.m.

      Christiana at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Sussex Central at Queen Anne’s County, 7 p.m.

      Caravel at Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Dover at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Indian River at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Laurel at Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Smyrna at Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.@

      St. Andrew’s at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      A.I. du Pont at William Penn, 7:45 p.m.^

      Saturday, Sept. 26

      Dickinson at St. Georges, 10 a.m.

      Glasgow at Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Mount Pleasant at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      Polytech at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Middletown at Charter of Wilm., 1 p.m.^

      Woodbridge at Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      St. Elizabeth at Conrad, 4 p.m.

      Tower Hill at DMA, 7 p.m.^

      Tatnall at Archmere, noon

      Friday, Oct. 2

      Dickinson at Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Charter of Wilm. at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      DMA at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.@

      Glasgow at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Interboro at Caravel, 7 p.m.

      McKean at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Wilm. Friends at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Delcastle at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Delmar at Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Lake Forest at Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Polytech at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Seaford at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Smyrna at Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      St. Georges at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Tech at Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Oct. 3

      Milford at Conrad, 1:30 p.m.

      William Penn at Mount Pleasant, 2 p.m.

      St. Andrew’s at George, 3 p.m.

      St. Mark’s at Archmere, 3 p.m.

      Tatnall at Tower Hill, 3 p.m.

      Hodgson at Howard, 7 p.m.@

      Salesianum at Father Judge, 7 p.m.

      Brandywine at Christiana, noon

      Friday, Oct. 9

      Archmere at Caravel, 7 p.m.

      DMA at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Pope John Paul the Great at Woodbridge, 7 p.m.

      Red Lion Christian at Tower Hill, 7 p.m.

      St. Georges at McKean, 7 p.m.

      Caesar Rodney at Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Cape Henlopen at Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Howard at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Indian River at Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Middletown at Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.@

      Polytech at Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Seaford at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Oct. 10

      Mount Pleasant at Charter of Wilm., 10:30 a.m.

      Newark at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      A.I. du Pont at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Appoquinimink at William Penn, 1 p.m.

      Conrad at St. Andrew’s, 2 p.m.

      St. Elizabeth at Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      Delmar at Lake Forest, noon

      Glasgow at Brandywine, noon

      Tatnall at Christiana, noon

      Friday, Oct. 16

      Woodbridge at Seaford, 6:30 p.m.

      Charter of Wilm. at Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Christiana at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Conrad at McKean, 7 p.m.

      Middletown at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Polytech at DMA, 7 p.m.@

      St. Elizabeth at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      St. Mark’s at Caravel, 7 p.m.

      Tatnall at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      William Penn at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Archmere at Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Caesar Rodney at Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Dover at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Laurel at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Milford at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Tech at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Oct. 17

      Hodgson at St. Georges, 10:30 a.m.

      Salesianum at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      Brandywine at Howard, noon@

      Delcastle at Mount Pleasant, noon

      Wilm. Friends at Sidwell Friends, 2 p.m.

      Tower Hill at George, 3 p.m.

      Friday, Oct. 23

      Caravel at ROP- Silver Oak, 7 p.m.

      Lake Forest at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      St. Georges at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Caesar Rodney at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Dover at Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.@

      Indian River at Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Milford at Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Mount Pleasant at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Central at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Tech at Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Oct. 24

      Dickinson at Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Newark at Charter of Wilm., 10:30 a.m.

      McKean at Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Appoquinimink at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Howard at Christiana, noon

      Red Lion Christian at DMA, noon@

      Concord at William Penn, 1 p.m.

      Seaford at Delmar, 1:30 p.m.

      Conrad at Archmere, 2 p.m.

      Tower Hill at St. Andrew’s, 2 p.m.

      Wilm. Friends at Tatnall, 2 p.m.

      A.I. du Pont at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.@

      Friday, Oct. 30

      Lake Forest at Seaford, 6:30 p.m.

      Caravel at Buena, 7 p.m.

      Christiana at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Delcastle at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Hodgson at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Red Lion Christian at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.

      Appoquinimink at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      DMA at Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Delmar at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Dover at Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Polytech at Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Smyrna at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Woodbridge at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Oct. 31

      A.I. du Pont at Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      Brandywine at St. Georges, 10:30 a.m.

      Charter of Wilm. at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      Tower Hill at Conrad, 11 a.m.

      New Church at Archmere, noon

      McKean at Tatnall, noon

      Salesianum at William Penn, 1 p.m.

      St. Andrew’s at Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      Glasgow at Howard, 7 p.m.@

      Friday, Nov. 6

      St. Andrew’s at Perkiomen, 3:30 p.m.

      Seaford at Red Lion Christian, 6 p.m.

      Appoquinimink at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Dickinson at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Salesianum at Sussex Tech, 7 p.m.

      St. Mark’s at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.@

      Caesar Rodney at Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Cape Henlopen at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Indian River at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Laurel at Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Milford at Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Newark at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Central at Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Nov. 7

      Howard at Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      McKean at Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      William Penn at Charter of Wilm., 10:30 a.m.

      Concord at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Archmere at DMA, noon@

      St. Georges at Christiana, noon

      Caravel at Hodgson, 2 p.m.

      Conrad at Tatnall, 2 p.m.

      Rising Sun at Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      Thursday, Nov. 12

      Salesianum at St. Mark’s, 7:30 p.m.^

      Friday, Nov. 13

      Laurel at Seaford, 6:30 p.m.

      A.I. du Pont at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Charter of Wilm. at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Christiana at McKean, 7 p.m.

      Howard at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Mount Pleasant at Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Wilm. Friends at Tower Hill, 7 p.m.

      Cape Henlopen at Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Dover at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Lake Forest at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Smyrna at Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Central at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Woodbridge at Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Nov. 14

      Brandywine at Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Glasgow at St. Georges, 10:30 a.m.

      Middletown at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      DMA at Conrad, 11 a.m.

      Delcastle at William Penn, 1 p.m.

      Tatnall at St. Andrew’s, 1 p.m.

      St. Elizabeth at Archmere, noon

       

      Football schedule by team

      A.I. du Pont

      Sept. 11 Sussex Tech, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Concord, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at William Penn, 7:45 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Charter of Wilm., 7 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Oct. 16 Middletown, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 31 at Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 6 Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Appoquinimink

      Sept. 11 Polytech, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Smyrna, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at William Penn, 1 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Charter of Wilm., 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Oct. 30 at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Mount Pleasant, 7 p.m.

      Archmere

      Sept. 11 at Howard, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 19 at Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Sept. 26 Tatnall, noon

      Oct. 3 St. Mark’s, 3 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Caravel, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 24 Conrad, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 31 the New Church, noon

      Nov. 7 at DMA, noon

      Nov. 14 St. Elizabeth, noon

      Brandywine

       

      Sept. 12 Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      Sept. 19 Archmere, 10:30 a.m.

      Sept. 25 at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 3 at Christiana, noon

      Oct. 10 Glasgow, noon

      Oct. 17 at Howard, noon

      Oct. 24 Dickinson, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 31 at St. Georges, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 7 McKean, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 14 at Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Caesar Rodney

      Sept. 11 Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Glen Mills s, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 2 St. Georges, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Cape Henlopen

      Sept. 12 at Lower Cape May Reg MS, 1 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Oakdale, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Caravel

      Sept. 11 Concord, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Elkton, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Interboro, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Archmere, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 16 St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 23 at ROP- Silver Oak, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 30 at Buena, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 7 at Hodgson, 2 p.m.

      Charter of Wilmington

      Sept. 10 DMA, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 19 at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Sept. 26 Middletown, 1 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 10 Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 16 at Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 Newark, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 31 at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 7 William Penn, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 13 at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Christiana

      Sept. 12 at Conrad, 11 a.m.

      Sept. 19 Hodgson, 10 a.m.

      Sept. 25 at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 3 Brandywine, noon

      Oct. 10 Tatnall, noon

      Oct. 16 at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 Howard, noon

      Oct. 30 at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 7 St. Georges, noon

      Nov. 13 at McKean, 7 p.m.

      Concord

      Sept. 11 at Caravel, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 26 Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 10 Newark, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 17 Salesianum, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 24 at William Penn, 1 p.m.

      Oct. 31 Charter of Wilm., 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 7 at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Nov. 14 Middletown, 10:30 a.m.

      Conrad

      Sept. 12 Christiana, 11 a.m.

      Sept. 18 at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 26 St. Elizabeth, 4 p.m.

      Oct. 3 Milford, 1:30 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at St. Andrew’s, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at McKean, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at Archmere, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 31 Tower Hill, 11 a.m.

      Nov. 7 at Tatnall, 2 p.m.

      Nov. 14 DMA, 11 a.m.

      DMA

      Sept. 10 at Charter of Wilm., 7 p.m.

      Sept. 19 Milford, noon

      Sept. 26 Tower Hill, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Polytech, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 Red Lion Christian, noon

      Oct. 30 at Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 7 Archmere, noon

      Nov. 14 at Conrad, 11 a.m.

      Delcastle

      Sept. 11 at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 19 Charter of Wilm., 11 a.m.

      Sept. 26 Polytech, 11 a.m.

      Oct. 2 at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 10 A.I. du Pont, 11 a.m.

      Oct. 17 at Mount Pleasant, noon

      Oct. 24 Appoquinimink, 11 a.m.

      Oct. 30 at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 7 Concord, 11 a.m.

      Nov. 14 at William Penn, 1 p.m.

      Delmar

      Sept. 11 at John Carroll, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at St. Marys, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Caravel, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at Lake Forest, noon

      Oct. 16 Archmere, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 24 Seaford, 1:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Dickinson

      Sept. 11 at Tatnall, 4 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Conrad, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 26 at St. Georges, 10 a.m.

      Oct. 2 at Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 2 McKean, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 16 St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 30 Christiana, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Howard, 7 p.m.

      Dover

      Sept. 11 at Dunbar, 6 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 at Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 at Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Glasgow

      Sept. 11 Seaford, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 McKean, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 26 at Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 2 at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at Brandywine, noon

      Oct. 16 Christiana, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 23 Lake Forest, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 31 at Howard, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 14 at St. Georges, 10:30 a.m.

      Hodgson

      Sept. 11 at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 19 at Christiana, 10 a.m.

      Sept. 26 Glasgow, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 2 Dickinson, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 3 at Howard, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 17 at St. Georges, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 24 McKean, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 30 at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 7 Caravel, 2 p.m.

      Nov. 14 Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Howard

      Sept. 11 Archmere, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 St. Georges, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at McKean, 5 p.m.

      Oct. 3 Hodgson, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 17 Brandywine, noon

      Oct. 24 at Christiana, noon

      Oct. 31 Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 7 at Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 13 at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Indian River

      Sept. 11 at Linganore, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Seaford, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 at Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Lake Forest

      Sept. 11 Hodgson, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 18 St. Mark’s, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 10 Delmar, noon

      Oct. 16 Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 30 at Seaford, 6:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Laurel

      Sept. 10 at Sussex Central, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 19 at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 DMA, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Seaford, 6:30 p.m.

      McKean

      Sept. 11 St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Howard, 5 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 9 St. Georges, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Conrad, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 31 at Tatnall, noon

      Nov. 7 at Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 13 Christiana, 7 p.m.

      Middletown

      Sept. 11 at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 18 William Penn, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 26 at Charter of Wilm., 1 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Delcastle, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 23 Mount Pleasant, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Appoquinimink, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Newark, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 14 at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      Milford

      Sept. 11 Red Lion Christian, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 19 at DMA, noon

      Sept. 25 St. Andrew’s, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 3 at Conrad, 1:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Seaford, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 at Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Mount Pleasant

      Sept. 12 at Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Sept. 19 Newark, 10:30 a.m.

      Sept. 26 at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 3 William Penn, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at Charter of Wilm., 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 17 Delcastle, noon

      Oct. 23 at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 31 A.I. du Pont, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 7 Howard, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 13 at Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Newark

      Sept. 11 at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 19 at Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      Sept. 25 Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 16 William Penn, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at Charter of Wilm., 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 30 Delcastle, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Polytech

      Sept. 11 at Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 26 at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Oct. 2 at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at DMA, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 23 Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 at Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Red Lion Christian

      Sept. 11 at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 18 St. Andrew’s, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Christiana, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Wilm. Friends, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Tower Hill, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Tatnall, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at DMA, noon

      Oct. 30 at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Seaford, 6 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Charter of Wilm., 7 p.m.

      Salesianum

      Sept. 12 Cardinal O’Hara, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 3 at Father Judge, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 17 at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 23 Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 31 at William Penn, 1 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Sussex Tech, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 12 at St. Mark’s, 7:30 p.m.

      Seaford

      Sept. 11 at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Cambridge-South Dorchester, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Bergen County Technical, 5 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Woodbridge, 6:30 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at Delmar, 1:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Lake Forest, 6:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Red Lion Christian, 6 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Laurel, 6:30 p.m.

      Smyrna

      Sept. 11 Delcastle, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Howard, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      St. Andrew’s

      Sept. 18 at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 3 at George, 3 p.m.

      Oct. 10 Conrad, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 24 Tower Hill, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 31 at Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Perkiomen, 3:30 p.m.

      Nov. 14 Tatnall, 1 p.m.

      St. Elizabeth

      Sept. 11 at McKean, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 19 Laurel, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 26 at Conrad, 4 p.m.

      Oct. 2 DMA, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 6 St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 14 at Archmere, noon

      St. Georges

      Sept. 12 at William Penn, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Howard, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 26 Dickinson, 10 a.m.

      Oct. 2 at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at McKean, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 17 Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 23 at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 31 Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 7 at Christiana, noon

      Nov. 14 Glasgow, 10:30 a.m.

      St. Mark’s

      Sept. 11 Newark, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Brandywine, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 3 at Archmere, 3 p.m.

      Oct. 9 DMA, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Caravel, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 23 St. Georges, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Hodgson, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 12 Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Central

      Sept. 10 Laurel, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Interboro, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Queen Anne’s County, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Tech

      Sept. 11 at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 at Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Salesianum, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Tatnall

      Sept. 11 Dickinson, 4 p.m.

      Sept. 19 Harford Technical, noon

      Sept. 26 at Archmere, noon

      Oct. 3 at Tower Hill, 3 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at Christiana, noon

      Oct. 16 at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 31 McKean, noon

      Nov. 7 Conrad, 2 p.m.

      Nov. 14 at St. Andrew’s, 1 p.m.

      Tower Hill

      Sept. 11 at Harford Technical, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Perkiomen, 4 p.m.

      Sept. 26 at DMA, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 3 Tatnall, 3 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 17 at George, 3 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at St. Andrew’s, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 31 at Conrad, 11 a.m.

      Nov. 13 Wilm. Friends, 7 p.m.

      William Penn

      Sept. 12 St. Georges, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 A.I. du Pont, 7:45 p.m.

      Oct. 3 at Mount Pleasant, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 10 Appoquinimink, 1 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 Concord, 1 p.m.

      Oct. 31 Salesianum, 1 p.m.

      Nov. 7 at Charter of Wilm., 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 14 Delcastle, 1 p.m.

      Wilmington Friends

      Sept. 11 at North East, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 19 the New Church, 2 p.m.

      Sept. 26 Woodbridge, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 10 St. Elizabeth, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 17 at Sidwell Friends, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at Tatnall, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 31 St. Andrew’s, 2 p.m.

      Nov. 7 Rising Sun, 2 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Tower Hill, 7 p.m.

      Woodbridge

      Sept. 11 Broadwater, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 26 at Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Pope John Paul the Great, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Seaford, 6:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

       

    • September 6, 2015 6:43 AM EDT

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      HORNETS FALL TO NATIONALLY-RANKED LIBERTY IN SEASON OPENER

      Courtesy DSU Athletic Media Relations
      Sun, September 06, 2015
      Lynchburg, Va. (Sep. 5, 2015) --- Delaware State opened a new football era with a frustrating 32-13 loss to nationally-ranked Liberty before an enthusiastic crowd 18,803 in the season opener for both teams at Williams Stadium this evening. The contest against the FCS No. 15 Flames marked the debut of new Hornet head coach Kenny Carter, who saw hopeful signs in the loss.

      “I am so proud of the way our guys competed throughout the game,” Carter said. “For the most part, I thought we got a solid effort by our defense and the offense made some big plays, but our kicking game was disappointing, giving Liberty good starting position on too many possessions.”

      Desmond Rice rushed for 139 yards and two touchdowns and Darrin Peterson had eight catches for 83 yards and two scores to lead Liberty’s 417-yard attack. Quarterback Josh Woodrum completed 19-of-32 passes for 188 yards and two touchdowns for the Flames.

      Delaware State quarterback Esayah Obado connected on 16-of-27 passes for 227 yards but was intercepted twice in his first game since 2013. Obado was sacked five times in the contest, including one that resulted in a safety.

      “Esayah played quite well, especially considering the pressure he was under from a veteran Liberty defense,” said Carter. “He made some great throws downfield and was able to make plays in pressure situations.”

      Liberty took advantage of good field position after a short DSU punt to open the scoring. Five plays after an 18-yard punt by Jeremiah McGeough gave Liberty the ball at its 46 yard, Josh Woodrum connected with Darrin Peterson on a 26-yard touchdown pass for the game’s first score. John Lunsford’s extra point kick gave the Flames a 7-0 lead with 7:17 left in the opening quarter.

      A Delaware State turnover led to Liberty’s second touchdown. The Hornets’ second possession ended when Wesley Scott intercepted Esayah Obado pass at the DSU 32 yard line. Three plays later, Rice scored a 23 yard run around the right end to give the Flames a two-touchdown lead. The extra point kick by Lunsford stretched Liberty’s lead to 14-0 with 4:53 remaining in the first quarter.

      The Hornets got on the board and back into the game with a well-executed eight-play, 75-yard drive midway through the second quarter. The three-minute-27-second march was highlighted by a long pass play and a gutsy fourth down call by Carter to keep the possession alive.

      The Hornets were facing a fourth-and-one at the DSU 34 when Obado connected with Malik Golson on an 11-yard pass to the 45. On the next play, Obado found Aris Scott downfield for a 47-yard pass to the Liberty 8. On third-and-goal from the two, Obado rushed up the middle for a touchdown to complete the drive. The Hornets attempted a two-point play after the score, but Obado was stopped short of the endzone on a rush attempt to keep Liberty’s lead at 14-6.

      The DSU defense forced Liberty into a three-and-out on the next possession, but the Hornets couldn’t take advantage. Obado was sacked on the first play of the Hornets’ next possession and the Flames forced a punt from the DSU six yard line.

      Starting from its 38 on the next possession, Liberty drove 27 yards on seven plays to the DSU 35. Lunsford capped off the drive with a 52-yard field goal to give the Flames a 17-6 lead with 2:56 left in the second quarter.

      On the ensuing Hornet possession, Obado was sacked by Liberty linebacker Nick Newman in the endzone for a safety to give the Flames a 19-6 with 1:56 to go before halftime.

      After Liberty regained the ball on a free kick, the Flames drove 46 yards to the DSU nine, but Kevin Jocelyn intercepted a tipped pass by Woodrum to keep the Hornets in the game.

      Woodrum and Peterson connected for their second touchdown of the game on a six-yard pass to cap off a seven-play 51-yard drive, giving Liberty a 25-6 lead with 8:15 remaining in the third quarter.

      The Hornets answered on the ensuing possession, marching 76 yards on seven plays for their second touchdown of the game. Jamaal Jackson capped off the two-minute-35 second drive with a two-yard touchdown run. Obado connected on each of his three passes for 49 yards, including a 27-yard strike to Malik Golson and a 15-yard connection with Kamal Abrams, during the drive. The extra point kick by Wisdom Nzidee cut Liberty’s lead to 25-13 with 5:32 left in the third quarter.

      Rice scored his second touchdown of the game on a six-yard run to begin the fourth quarter to give the Flames a 32-13 lead.

      Later in the quarter, the Hornets drove to the Liberty 23. On second down from the 23, Obado appeared to rush for a touchdown, but the play was called back due to a holding penalty at the two yard line. The drive ended when Chris Turner intercepted an Obado pass at the Liberty one yard line.

      The Hornets collected 227 total yards, but only 42 on 25 rushing attempts. DSU lost 27 rushing yards on the five Liberty sacks.

      Golson had seven receptions for 74 yards, each a DSU high. Abrams hauled in three passes for 51 yards in his Hornet debut. A former Dover High School star, Abrams played three seasons at Connecticut before transferring to Delaware State. Jackson had three catches for 44 yards and a team-high 31 yards rushing on 15 carries.

      DSU linebacker Malik Harris led all players with 12 tackles, including six solo stops. Jocelyn had 11 tackles (five unassisted) to go along with the interception.

      Defensive end Gabe Sherrod recorded seven tackles, including 3.5 behind the line of scrimmage, a sack and a blocked field goal attempt.

      The Hornets return to action next Saturday (Sep. 12) at FBS Kent State. Game time is 3 p.m. in Kent, OH. DSU will play its home opener on Sep. 19 against Chowan. Kickoff is 2 p.m. at Alumni Stadium.



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      NEW HEAD COACH KENNY CARTER LEADS HORNETS IN SEASON OPENER AT LIBERTY

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      Wed, September 02, 2015
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      2015 DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL — GAME 1
      DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY “HORNETS” (0-0)                                                                     
      VS. (#14/#15) LIBERTY UNIVERSITY “FLAMES”  (0-0)
      SAT., SEP. 5, 2015 (7 p.m.)
      WILLIAMS STADIUM (19,200) - LYNCHBURG, VA. 

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      THE GAME
      Delaware State kicks off the 2015 season at nationally-ranked Liberty in the renewal of a series that dates back more than 30 years. The contest also marks the heading coaching debut of Delaware State’s Kenny Carter, who was an assistant at some of the nation’s top FBS programs before accepting the job with the Hornets last January. Carter inherits a program that lost its last five games to finish the 2014 season with a 2-10 overall record and 2-6 mark in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (10th place). The Hornets will be led at quarterback by Esayah Obado (r-jr.), who was projected to be the 2014 starter before suffering a lower back injury during preseason camp that forced him to miss the entire season. Obado has played in just four games, each as a redshirt freshman, in his collegiate career. The Hornet offense returns its top running back (senior Jamaal Jackson) from last season, four of five offensive line starters; and three veteran  receivers. On the defense, safety Terrick Colston (sr.) and lineman Gabe Sherrod (jr,) are the standout players. Colston is a 2015 Preseason All-MEAC First Team selection, while Sherrod is a third team pick. Delaware State has been picked to finish 10th (out of 11 teams) in the 2015 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference race, in a poll of league head coaches and sports information directors.

      Liberty has high hopes for the 2015 season after posting a 9-5 overall record (4-1 Big South) and reaching the second round of the FCS playoffs last season. The veteran Flames enter the season ranked 14th in the FCS Coaches poll; and 15th in the STATS LLC (formerly Sports Network) Top 25 poll. Liberty is led on offense by four Preseason All-Big South First Team players, highlighted by running back D.J. Abnar (r-sr.), who rushed for 1,289 yards and 15 touchdowns last season. Wide receiver Darrin Peterson (sr.), a 2014 FCS Second Team All-America, had a school-record 85 catches for 1,379 yards and 12 touchdowns a year ago. Offensive linemen Jonathan Burgess (sr.) and Max Sommer (r-sr.) are also Preseason All-Big South First Team picks. Liberty defensive lineman Chima Uzowihe (sr.) is a preseason all-conference selection, along with placekicker John Lunsford (sr.) and punter Trey Turner (r-so.). Liberty is second to Coastal Carolina in the 2015 preseason poll of Big South Conference teams.   

      THE SERIES (Liberty leads 9-5)
      The Hornets and Flames are meeting for first time since 2001, and for the 15th time in a series that began in 1982. The teams met each year from 1990 to ‘98 (nine games). Liberty has won five of the last six meetings (1995-to-1998; 2001). Delaware State won three straight against the Flames (1982-83; ’90) to open up a 3-1 lead early in the series. The Hornets are 3-3 on the road against Liberty.

      Among the memorable moments in Delaware State’s series against Liberty:

      In 1990, the Hornets overcame a 37-9 fourth quarter deficit to defeat the Flames 38-37 in Lynchburg, Va. Delaware State recovered an onsides kick in the final minute and Matt Stehman kicked a 45-yard field goal with 15 seconds left to play to complete the improbable 29-point fourth quarter comeback, the largest in NCAA Div. I-AA (now FCS) history at the time. Liberty, ranked 13th in I-AA prior to the game, was led by former Cleveland Browns head coach Sam Rutigliano at the time.  

      In 2001, Delaware State and Liberty squared off in an emotional contest in Lynchburg, Va.,  after each team, along with the rest of college football, postponed play  the previous Saturday in memory of the victims of the Sep. 11 terrorist attacks in the U.S. Liberty won the contest 34-7. Players and coaches from each team gathered for prayer at midfield following the game. 

      In 1984, fullback Gene Lake rushed for a school-record 336 yards to lead the Hornets to a 34-11 victory over then-Liberty Baptist in Dover, Del.; 

      In 2000, Darnerian McCants set a school record with five touchdown catches in the 
      Hornets’ 42-25 win over the Flames at DSU’s Alumni Stadium.        

       

        
       
        

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    • November 25, 2014 12:47 AM EST
    • From: "Selheimer, Scott"
      Sent: Monday, November 24, 2014 8:31:21 PM
      Subject: SUBJECT:  University of Delaware Football Standout Nick Boyle Accepts Invitation to Play in Prestigious Senior Bowl

       
      SUBJECT:  University of Delaware Football Standout Nick Boyle Accepts Invitation to Play in Prestigious Senior Bowl
       
      DATE:  November 24, 2014
       
      MOBILE, Ala.  --  The exclusive club of the University of Delaware football standouts to be selected to play in the Reese’s Senior Bowl grew by one Monday when Blue Hen tight end Nick Boyle was selected to compete in the annual matchup of the nation’s top collegiate football players. 
       
      Boyle, a 6-6, 270 lb. economics major from Wantage, N.J. (High Point Regional High School), was one of 16 college standouts to accept an invitation to play in the game, which is generally regarded as the most prestigious of the postseason all-star bowl games. 
       
      The Reese’s Senior Bowl will invite 110 players to fill the rosters of the North and South squads for this year’s game. Practices are scheduled to begin on Tuesday, January 20, 2015. The game is set to kickoff at 4 p.m. on Saturday, January 24 at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile. All of the practices and the game will be televised by the NFL Network.
       
      Boyle will become just the fourth UD player to appear in the Senior Bowl, joining defensive tackle Dennis Johnson (1972), tight end Ben Patrick (2006), and current NFL standout quarterback and Super Bowl Most Valuable Player Joe Flacco. Johnson and Patrick also played several seasons in the NFL. 
       
      “It’s an honor to be selected to play in such a prestigious game,” said Boyle, who recently closed out his four-year career at Delaware under second-year head coach Dave Brock. “This is such a great opportunity to go up against some of the best players in the country and show what I can do. I’m looking forward to a great experience. I owe so much to my teammates and my coaches for making me the player and the person that I am. I have had such a great experience here at Delaware and it’s a special feeling to know that when I head down there in January, I will represent all of Delaware.”
       
      Boyle capped an outstanding career as a three-year starter in 2014 as he became the most prolific pass-catching tight end in Delaware history. As a senior this fall, he caught 37 passes for 304 yards and a team-high four touchdowns. He earned second team All-Colonial Athletic Association honors as a junior in 2013 when he caught 42 passes for 474 yards and seven touchdowns. His 101 career receptions is a Delaware record for tight ends while his 984 pass receiving yards and 12 touchdowns both rank No. 2 all-time among UD tight ends. 
       
      “This is an exciting day not only for Nick but for Delaware football,” said Brock. “He becomes just the fourth Delaware student-athlete to play in the Senior Bowl, which is impressive. He is the prototypical NFL tight end. He has the ability to play on the line and block and he has the skill set to play in the passing game. We are excited for Nick to go down to Alabama and represent the Delaware football program. We wish him luck.”
       
      Among the other players accepting invitations Monday were WR Dres Anderson (Utah), LB Stephone Anthony (Clemson), TE E.J. Bibbs (Iowa State), WR Jamison Crowder (Duke), C Reese Dismukes (Auburn), CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu (Oregon), OL Jake Fisher (Oregon), DL Grady Jarrett (Clemson), CB Kevin Johnson (Wake Forest), WR Vince Mayle (Washington State), DT Joey Mbu (Houston), DL Owamagbe Odighizuwa (UCLA), DB Eric Rowe (Utah), OL Laken Tomlinson (Duke), and DL Gabe Wright (Auburn). 
       
      FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Scott Selheimer | selheime@udel.edu | Office: 302-831-8007 |  Cell: 302-562-5129

       

    • November 23, 2014 1:13 AM EST
    • From: "Selheimer, Scott"
      Sent: Saturday, November 22, 2014 6:35:03 PM
      Subject: SUBJECT:  University of Delaware Football Falls Short of Upset in Final Minutes in 35-28 Setback to No. 6 Villanova
       
      SUBJECT:  University of Delaware Football Falls Short of Upset in Final Minutes in 35-28 Setback to No. 6 Villanova
       
      DATE:  November 22, 2014
       
      NEWARK, Del.  --  As far as the University of Delaware is concerned, these games with Villanova have to stop ending this way. 
       
      For the second straight season, Villanova spoiled the Blue Hens' hopes in the final minute as the No. 6 Wildcats rallied late and upended Delaware 35-28 on a 21-yard scoring pass from John Robertson to Kevin Gulyas with just 23 seconds remaining to come out on top in a Colonial Athletic Association football matchup at Delaware Stadium before 17,056 chilled, but spirited, fans.
       
      Delaware (6-6, 4-4 CAA), which was looking to send its seniors out on a high note, seemed to have the game in hand when Jalen Randolph scored his third touchdown of the half on a one-yard burst with 2:04 left to give the Hens their first lead of the day at 28-27.
       
      But Robertson, a top candidate for the Walter Payton Award as the most outstanding player in the nation at the NCAA FCS level, worked his magic yet again as he led the Wildcats (10-2, 7-1 CAA) on a 68-yard drive that culminated in the touchdown by Gulyas down the left sideline. Robertson's two-point conversion pass to Poppy Livers provided the final margin.
       
      Delaware got the ball back for one last drive but couldn't get past its own 25-yard line in three plays.
       
      "We battled like crazy out there today," said second-year Delaware head coach Dave Brock. "Our belief and commitment to each other just jumped off the field. Our kids rose up and it was a great effort but we have to find a way to finish games. Today, Villanova found a way to do it. We are bitterly disappointed. Robertson just finds ways to get it done."
       
      The result denied the Blue Hens of an impressive comeback after they fell behind 20-0 in the first 16 minutes of the game. But Delaware hung tough and scored 21 unanswered points in the second half to take back the lead.
       
      Delaware, which fell to Villanova 35-34 last season in Chester, Pa. when the Wildcats rallied from a 34-12 deficit in the final eight minutes to win, has now lost eight of the last nine meetings in the Battle of the Blue Rivalry. Villanova has now won five straight games over the Hens at Delaware Stadium.
       
      Villanova now readies for the upcoming NCAA Tournament and could receive a first-round bye in the 24-team field. The action begins on Nov. 29 at home sites.
       
      Delaware senior quarterback Trent Hurley hit on 15 of 21 passes for 212 yards and two touchdowns while senior wide receiver Michael Johnson caught five passes for 117 yards and upped his season total to 78, the second highest mark in UD history. 
       
      Sophomore running back Wes Hills rushed for 99 yards while Randolph had 59 yards rushing and three touchdowns overall and senior tight end Nick Boyle hauled in a 10-yard touchdown pass in the first half for his 100th career reception.
       
      Robertson, a junior, had another big day as he rushed 23 times for 117 yards and hit on 14 of 25 passes for 217 yards and three touchdowns, including the game-winner. Running back Kevin Monangai rushed for 71 yard and two scores and also caught a three-yard scoring pass from Robertson.
       
      "They (Delaware) brought out the very best in us," said Villanova head coach Andy Talley. "Delaware played great but our defense came up with some big plays when we needed to. John (Robertson) is the best, he's the guy. That's what Walter Payton Award candidates do under duress."
       
      It appeared that the Hens would never have a chance after the opening 16 minutes as Villanova leaped out to a 20-0 lead as Monangai scored on a two-yard run on Villanova's first drive of the day and than hauled in a three-yard shovel pass from Robertson with 5:44 left in the opening quarter for a 13-0 lead.
       
      The Wildcats built the margin to 20-0 on a 42-yard pass from Robertson to Livers just 55 seconds into the second stanza.
       
      But the Hens finally got on the board on the ensuing drive as they drove 75 yards culminating with Hurley hitting Boyle on a 10-yard scoring pass. Boyle caught the ball over the middle and dove into the end zone to open the scoring for Delaware.
       
      Both teams gave up solid scoring opportunities in the second quarter. The Hens were stopped on fourth down at the Villanova 24-yard line with 3:32 left in the half and the Wildcats came up empty just before intermission when Dillon Lucas returned an interception 72 yards to the UD two-yard but the Hens held and came out unscathed when Blaine Woodson blocked a 32-yard field goal attempt by Steve Weyler.
       
      Villanova came out in the second half and built the lead to 27-7 when Monangai scored his third touchdown of the game on a one-yard dive with 6:06 left in the third quarter, but that set off an impressive comeback by the Blue Hens.
       
      While the Hen defense was finally stopping Robertson and his mates, the Delaware offensive attack got in gear thanks to Randolph, who scored three straight touchdowns to help UD gain the lead.
       
      Randolph's three-yard scoring run with 2:42 left in the third stanza and his six-yard scoring pass from Hurley just five minutes into the final stanza pulled Delaware to within 27-21. The Hens made two more stops and eventually took the lead at 28-27 on Randolph's one-yard dive with 4:38 left.
       
      That set the stage for Villanova's winning drive. After starting at their own 32, the Wildcats converted a fourth-and-15 to the 50-yard line to keep the drive alive and Robertson scampered 10 yards on a fourth-and-one to the UD 21-yard line. On the next play he hit Gulyas with the winning pass.
       
      Ironically Villanova went 0 for 9 on third down conversions but came up big when it really counted, converting 3 of 4 fourth down attempts, including those two on the winning drive.
       
      "I was great to see the way we came out in the second half," said Delaware senior defensive end Derrick Saulsberry, who led the Hens with eight tackles, including a sack and two other tackles for loss. "We fought and we battled and went blow for blow with one of the best teams in the country but we came up short. Short of winning the game, I couldn't be prouder."
       
      Hen Scratchings
      • Sophomore RB Wes Hills surpassed the 1,000-yard rushing mark for his two-year career and now has 1,033
      • Senior WR Michael Johnson finished the season with the third highest pass reception total in school history with 78. He also became just the fourth player in UD history to record 5,000 all-purpose (5,008) and finished his career ranking No. 5 all-time at Delaware in receptions (183) and receiving yardage (2,325)
      • Senior LB Patrick Callaway recorded six tackles and became just the 18th player in UD history to finish with 300 career stops (303)
      • Senior DE Laith Wallschleger blocked an extra point in the first quarter, extending his school record to eight career blocked kicks
      • Delaware has now posted a .500 or winning record five times in the last six seasons and 10 times in the last 13 seasons
      • Delaware finished the year with just five interceptions (from five different players) for its lowest total since records have been kept (dating back to 1951).
       
      Scoring Summary
       
      Villanova....13.....7.....7......8.....35
      Delaware......0.....7.....7....14.....28
       
      1st Quarter
      Villanova - Kevin Monangai 2 run (Steve Weyler kick), 10:52 left
      Villanova - Monangai 3 pass from John Robertson (Weyler kick failed), 5:44
      2nd Quarter
      Villanova - Poppy Livers 42 pass from Robertson (Weyler kick), 14:05
      Delaware - Nick Boyle 10 pass from Trent Hurley (Garrett Greenway kick), 10:24
      3rd Quarter
      Villanova - Monangai 1 run (Weyler kick), 6:06
      Delaware - Jalen Randolph 3 run (Greenway kick), 2:42
      4th Quarter
      Delaware - Randolph 6 pass from Hurley (Greenway kick), 9:56
      Delaware - Randolph 1 run (Greenway kick), 2:04
      Villanova - Kevin Gulyas 21 pass from Robertson (Livers pass from Robertson), :23
      Attendance: 17,056
       
      Team Statistics VillanovaDelaware
      First downs2320
      Rushes-yards44-23041-159
      Passes14-25-115-21-1
      Passing yards217212
      Total yards447371
      Fumbles-lost1-03-1
      Penalties-yards 6-769-75
      Punts-avg.4-36.24-49.2
      Time of Poss:31:0828:52
      Third Down Conv. 0-95-12
      Sacks by2-131-8
       
      Individual Statistics: Rushing - Villanova, John Robertson, 23-117; Kevin Monangai, 17-71; Aaron Wells, 2-35; Austin Medley, 2-7; Delaware, Wes Hills, 19-99; Jalen Randolph, 14-59; Trent Hurley, 4-4; Jerel Harrison, 1-2; Michael Johnson, 3-(-5); Passing - Villanova, Robertson, 14-25-1-217-3; Delaware, Hurley, 15-21-1-212-2; Receiving - Villanova, Poppy Livers, 6-102; Earnest Pettway, 2-14; Monangai, 2-8; Wells, 1-45; Kevin Gulyas, 1-21; Clay Horne, 1-17; Anthony DeCamillo, 1-9; Delaware, Michael Johnson, 6-117; Jerel Harrison, 2-43; Nick Boyle, 2-18; Randolph, 2-10; Diante Cherry, 1-11; Ryan Cobb, 1-7; Hills, 1-6. 
       
      FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Scott Selheimer | selheime@udel.edu | Office: 302-831-8007 |  Cell: 302-562-5129
       
       
      From: "Selheimer, Scott"
      Sent: Saturday, November 22, 2014 6:35:03 PM
      Subject: SUBJECT:  University of Delaware Football Falls Short of Upset in Final Minutes in 35-28 Setback to No. 6 Villanova
       
      SUBJECT:  University of Delaware Football Falls Short of Upset in Final Minutes in 35-28 Setback to No. 6 Villanova
       
      DATE:  November 22, 2014
       
      NEWARK, Del.  --  As far as the University of Delaware is concerned, these games with Villanova have to stop ending this way. 
       
      For the second straight season, Villanova spoiled the Blue Hens' hopes in the final minute as the No. 6 Wildcats rallied late and upended Delaware 35-28 on a 21-yard scoring pass from John Robertson to Kevin Gulyas with just 23 seconds remaining to come out on top in a Colonial Athletic Association football matchup at Delaware Stadium before 17,056 chilled, but spirited, fans.
       
      Delaware (6-6, 4-4 CAA), which was looking to send its seniors out on a high note, seemed to have the game in hand when Jalen Randolph scored his third touchdown of the half on a one-yard burst with 2:04 left to give the Hens their first lead of the day at 28-27.
       
      But Robertson, a top candidate for the Walter Payton Award as the most outstanding player in the nation at the NCAA FCS level, worked his magic yet again as he led the Wildcats (10-2, 7-1 CAA) on a 68-yard drive that culminated in the touchdown by Gulyas down the left sideline. Robertson's two-point conversion pass to Poppy Livers provided the final margin.
       
      Delaware got the ball back for one last drive but couldn't get past its own 25-yard line in three plays.
       
      "We battled like crazy out there today," said second-year Delaware head coach Dave Brock. "Our belief and commitment to each other just jumped off the field. Our kids rose up and it was a great effort but we have to find a way to finish games. Today, Villanova found a way to do it. We are bitterly disappointed. Robertson just finds ways to get it done."
       
      The result denied the Blue Hens of an impressive comeback after they fell behind 20-0 in the first 16 minutes of the game. But Delaware hung tough and scored 21 unanswered points in the second half to take back the lead.
       
      Delaware, which fell to Villanova 35-34 last season in Chester, Pa. when the Wildcats rallied from a 34-12 deficit in the final eight minutes to win, has now lost eight of the last nine meetings in the Battle of the Blue Rivalry. Villanova has now won five straight games over the Hens at Delaware Stadium.
       
      Villanova now readies for the upcoming NCAA Tournament and could receive a first-round bye in the 24-team field. The action begins on Nov. 29 at home sites.
       
      Delaware senior quarterback Trent Hurley hit on 15 of 21 passes for 212 yards and two touchdowns while senior wide receiver Michael Johnson caught five passes for 117 yards and upped his season total to 78, the second highest mark in UD history. 
       
      Sophomore running back Wes Hills rushed for 99 yards while Randolph had 59 yards rushing and three touchdowns overall and senior tight end Nick Boyle hauled in a 10-yard touchdown pass in the first half for his 100th career reception.
       
      Robertson, a junior, had another big day as he rushed 23 times for 117 yards and hit on 14 of 25 passes for 217 yards and three touchdowns, including the game-winner. Running back Kevin Monangai rushed for 71 yard and two scores and also caught a three-yard scoring pass from Robertson.
       
      "They (Delaware) brought out the very best in us," said Villanova head coach Andy Talley. "Delaware played great but our defense came up with some big plays when we needed to. John (Robertson) is the best, he's the guy. That's what Walter Payton Award candidates do under duress."
       
      It appeared that the Hens would never have a chance after the opening 16 minutes as Villanova leaped out to a 20-0 lead as Monangai scored on a two-yard run on Villanova's first drive of the day and than hauled in a three-yard shovel pass from Robertson with 5:44 left in the opening quarter for a 13-0 lead.
       
      The Wildcats built the margin to 20-0 on a 42-yard pass from Robertson to Livers just 55 seconds into the second stanza.
       
      But the Hens finally got on the board on the ensuing drive as they drove 75 yards culminating with Hurley hitting Boyle on a 10-yard scoring pass. Boyle caught the ball over the middle and dove into the end zone to open the scoring for Delaware.
       
      Both teams gave up solid scoring opportunities in the second quarter. The Hens were stopped on fourth down at the Villanova 24-yard line with 3:32 left in the half and the Wildcats came up empty just before intermission when Dillon Lucas returned an interception 72 yards to the UD two-yard but the Hens held and came out unscathed when Blaine Woodson blocked a 32-yard field goal attempt by Steve Weyler.
       
      Villanova came out in the second half and built the lead to 27-7 when Monangai scored his third touchdown of the game on a one-yard dive with 6:06 left in the third quarter, but that set off an impressive comeback by the Blue Hens.
       
      While the Hen defense was finally stopping Robertson and his mates, the Delaware offensive attack got in gear thanks to Randolph, who scored three straight touchdowns to help UD gain the lead.
       
      Randolph's three-yard scoring run with 2:42 left in the third stanza and his six-yard scoring pass from Hurley just five minutes into the final stanza pulled Delaware to within 27-21. The Hens made two more stops and eventually took the lead at 28-27 on Randolph's one-yard dive with 4:38 left.
       
      That set the stage for Villanova's winning drive. After starting at their own 32, the Wildcats converted a fourth-and-15 to the 50-yard line to keep the drive alive and Robertson scampered 10 yards on a fourth-and-one to the UD 21-yard line. On the next play he hit Gulyas with the winning pass.
       
      Ironically Villanova went 0 for 9 on third down conversions but came up big when it really counted, converting 3 of 4 fourth down attempts, including those two on the winning drive.
       
      "I was great to see the way we came out in the second half," said Delaware senior defensive end Derrick Saulsberry, who led the Hens with eight tackles, including a sack and two other tackles for loss. "We fought and we battled and went blow for blow with one of the best teams in the country but we came up short. Short of winning the game, I couldn't be prouder."
       
      Hen Scratchings
      • Sophomore RB Wes Hills surpassed the 1,000-yard rushing mark for his two-year career and now has 1,033
      • Senior WR Michael Johnson finished the season with the third highest pass reception total in school history with 78. He also became just the fourth player in UD history to record 5,000 all-purpose (5,008) and finished his career ranking No. 5 all-time at Delaware in receptions (183) and receiving yardage (2,325)
      • Senior LB Patrick Callaway recorded six tackles and became just the 18th player in UD history to finish with 300 career stops (303)
      • Senior DE Laith Wallschleger blocked an extra point in the first quarter, extending his school record to eight career blocked kicks
      • Delaware has now posted a .500 or winning record five times in the last six seasons and 10 times in the last 13 seasons
      • Delaware finished the year with just five interceptions (from five different players) for its lowest total since records have been kept (dating back to 1951).
       
      Scoring Summary
       
      Villanova....13.....7.....7......8.....35
      Delaware......0.....7.....7....14.....28
       
      1st Quarter
      Villanova - Kevin Monangai 2 run (Steve Weyler kick), 10:52 left
      Villanova - Monangai 3 pass from John Robertson (Weyler kick failed), 5:44
      2nd Quarter
      Villanova - Poppy Livers 42 pass from Robertson (Weyler kick), 14:05
      Delaware - Nick Boyle 10 pass from Trent Hurley (Garrett Greenway kick), 10:24
      3rd Quarter
      Villanova - Monangai 1 run (Weyler kick), 6:06
      Delaware - Jalen Randolph 3 run (Greenway kick), 2:42
      4th Quarter
      Delaware - Randolph 6 pass from Hurley (Greenway kick), 9:56
      Delaware - Randolph 1 run (Greenway kick), 2:04
      Villanova - Kevin Gulyas 21 pass from Robertson (Livers pass from Robertson), :23
      Attendance: 17,056
       
      Team Statistics VillanovaDelaware
      First downs2320
      Rushes-yards44-23041-159
      Passes14-25-115-21-1
      Passing yards217212
      Total yards447371
      Fumbles-lost1-03-1
      Penalties-yards 6-769-75
      Punts-avg.4-36.24-49.2
      Time of Poss:31:0828:52
      Third Down Conv. 0-95-12
      Sacks by2-131-8
       
      Individual Statistics: Rushing - Villanova, John Robertson, 23-117; Kevin Monangai, 17-71; Aaron Wells, 2-35; Austin Medley, 2-7; Delaware, Wes Hills, 19-99; Jalen Randolph, 14-59; Trent Hurley, 4-4; Jerel Harrison, 1-2; Michael Johnson, 3-(-5); Passing - Villanova, Robertson, 14-25-1-217-3; Delaware, Hurley, 15-21-1-212-2; Receiving - Villanova, Poppy Livers, 6-102; Earnest Pettway, 2-14; Monangai, 2-8; Wells, 1-45; Kevin Gulyas, 1-21; Clay Horne, 1-17; Anthony DeCamillo, 1-9; Delaware, Michael Johnson, 6-117; Jerel Harrison, 2-43; Nick Boyle, 2-18; Randolph, 2-10; Diante Cherry, 1-11; Ryan Cobb, 1-7; Hills, 1-6. 
       
      FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Scott Selheimer | selheime@udel.edu | Office: 302-831-8007 |  Cell: 302-562-5129
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
        
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
        
       

       

    • September 10, 2015 6:20 AM EDT
    • @ at Baynard Stadium

      ^ at Delaware Stadium

       

      Football schedule by date

      Thursday, Sept. 10

      DMA at Charter of Wilm., 7 p.m.@

      Laurel at Sussex Central, 7 p.m.

      Friday, Sept. 11

      Dickinson at Tatnall, 4 p.m.

      Dover at Dunbar, 6 p.m.

      Archmere at Howard, 7 p.m.@

      Broadwater at Woodbridge, 7 p.m.

      Concord at Caravel, 7 p.m.

      Delmar at John Carroll, 7 p.m.

      Indian River at Linganore, 7 p.m.

      Newark at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Polytech at Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Seaford at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      St. Elizabeth at McKean, 7 p.m.

      Sussex Tech at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Tower Hill at Harford Technical, 7 p.m.

      Wilm. Friends at North East, 7 p.m.

      Delcastle at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Hodgson at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Middletown at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Red Lion Christian at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Sept. 12

      Mount Pleasant at Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Christiana at Conrad, 11 a.m.

      Cape Henlopen at Lower Cape May Reg MS, 1 p.m.

      St. Georges at William Penn, 7 p.m.

      Cardinal O’Hara at Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.@

      Friday, Sept. 18

      Tower Hill at Perkiomen, 4 p.m.

      Concord at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Delmar at St. Marys, 7 p.m.

      Elkton at Caravel, 7 p.m.

      Conrad at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Seaford at Cambridge-South Dorchester, 7 p.m.

      Smyrna at Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      St. Andrew’s at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      St. Georges at Howard, 7 p.m.@

      McKean at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Baltimore Polytechnic Institute at Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Oakdale at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Salesianum at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      St. Mark’s at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Central at Interboro, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Tech at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      William Penn at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Woodbridge at Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Sept. 19

      Hodgson at Christiana, 10 a.m.

      Archmere at Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Newark at Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      Charter of Wilm. at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Harford Technical at Tatnall, noon

      Milford at DMA, noon@

      New Church at Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      Laurel at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.@

      Friday, Sept. 25

      Bergen County Technical at Seaford, 5 p.m.

      Howard at McKean, 5 p.m.

      Appoquinimink at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Brandywine at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Caesar Rodney at Glen Mills s, 7 p.m.

      Christiana at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Sussex Central at Queen Anne’s County, 7 p.m.

      Caravel at Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Dover at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Indian River at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Laurel at Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Smyrna at Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.@

      St. Andrew’s at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      A.I. du Pont at William Penn, 7:45 p.m.^

      Saturday, Sept. 26

      Dickinson at St. Georges, 10 a.m.

      Glasgow at Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Mount Pleasant at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      Polytech at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Middletown at Charter of Wilm., 1 p.m.^

      Woodbridge at Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      St. Elizabeth at Conrad, 4 p.m.

      Tower Hill at DMA, 7 p.m.^

      Tatnall at Archmere, noon

      Friday, Oct. 2

      Dickinson at Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Charter of Wilm. at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      DMA at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.@

      Glasgow at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Interboro at Caravel, 7 p.m.

      McKean at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Wilm. Friends at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Delcastle at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Delmar at Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Lake Forest at Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Polytech at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Seaford at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Smyrna at Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      St. Georges at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Tech at Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Oct. 3

      Milford at Conrad, 1:30 p.m.

      William Penn at Mount Pleasant, 2 p.m.

      St. Andrew’s at George, 3 p.m.

      St. Mark’s at Archmere, 3 p.m.

      Tatnall at Tower Hill, 3 p.m.

      Hodgson at Howard, 7 p.m.@

      Salesianum at Father Judge, 7 p.m.

      Brandywine at Christiana, noon

      Friday, Oct. 9

      Archmere at Caravel, 7 p.m.

      DMA at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Pope John Paul the Great at Woodbridge, 7 p.m.

      Red Lion Christian at Tower Hill, 7 p.m.

      St. Georges at McKean, 7 p.m.

      Caesar Rodney at Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Cape Henlopen at Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Howard at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Indian River at Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Middletown at Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.@

      Polytech at Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Seaford at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Oct. 10

      Mount Pleasant at Charter of Wilm., 10:30 a.m.

      Newark at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      A.I. du Pont at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Appoquinimink at William Penn, 1 p.m.

      Conrad at St. Andrew’s, 2 p.m.

      St. Elizabeth at Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      Delmar at Lake Forest, noon

      Glasgow at Brandywine, noon

      Tatnall at Christiana, noon

      Friday, Oct. 16

      Woodbridge at Seaford, 6:30 p.m.

      Charter of Wilm. at Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Christiana at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Conrad at McKean, 7 p.m.

      Middletown at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Polytech at DMA, 7 p.m.@

      St. Elizabeth at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      St. Mark’s at Caravel, 7 p.m.

      Tatnall at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      William Penn at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Archmere at Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Caesar Rodney at Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Dover at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Laurel at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Milford at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Tech at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Oct. 17

      Hodgson at St. Georges, 10:30 a.m.

      Salesianum at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      Brandywine at Howard, noon@

      Delcastle at Mount Pleasant, noon

      Wilm. Friends at Sidwell Friends, 2 p.m.

      Tower Hill at George, 3 p.m.

      Friday, Oct. 23

      Caravel at ROP- Silver Oak, 7 p.m.

      Lake Forest at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      St. Georges at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Caesar Rodney at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Dover at Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.@

      Indian River at Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Milford at Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Mount Pleasant at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Central at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Tech at Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Oct. 24

      Dickinson at Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Newark at Charter of Wilm., 10:30 a.m.

      McKean at Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Appoquinimink at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Howard at Christiana, noon

      Red Lion Christian at DMA, noon@

      Concord at William Penn, 1 p.m.

      Seaford at Delmar, 1:30 p.m.

      Conrad at Archmere, 2 p.m.

      Tower Hill at St. Andrew’s, 2 p.m.

      Wilm. Friends at Tatnall, 2 p.m.

      A.I. du Pont at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.@

      Friday, Oct. 30

      Lake Forest at Seaford, 6:30 p.m.

      Caravel at Buena, 7 p.m.

      Christiana at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Delcastle at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Hodgson at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Red Lion Christian at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.

      Appoquinimink at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      DMA at Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Delmar at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Dover at Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Polytech at Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Smyrna at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Woodbridge at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Oct. 31

      A.I. du Pont at Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      Brandywine at St. Georges, 10:30 a.m.

      Charter of Wilm. at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      Tower Hill at Conrad, 11 a.m.

      New Church at Archmere, noon

      McKean at Tatnall, noon

      Salesianum at William Penn, 1 p.m.

      St. Andrew’s at Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      Glasgow at Howard, 7 p.m.@

      Friday, Nov. 6

      St. Andrew’s at Perkiomen, 3:30 p.m.

      Seaford at Red Lion Christian, 6 p.m.

      Appoquinimink at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Dickinson at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Salesianum at Sussex Tech, 7 p.m.

      St. Mark’s at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.@

      Caesar Rodney at Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Cape Henlopen at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Indian River at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Laurel at Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Milford at Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Newark at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Central at Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Nov. 7

      Howard at Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      McKean at Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      William Penn at Charter of Wilm., 10:30 a.m.

      Concord at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Archmere at DMA, noon@

      St. Georges at Christiana, noon

      Caravel at Hodgson, 2 p.m.

      Conrad at Tatnall, 2 p.m.

      Rising Sun at Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      Thursday, Nov. 12

      Salesianum at St. Mark’s, 7:30 p.m.^

      Friday, Nov. 13

      Laurel at Seaford, 6:30 p.m.

      A.I. du Pont at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Charter of Wilm. at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Christiana at McKean, 7 p.m.

      Howard at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Mount Pleasant at Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Wilm. Friends at Tower Hill, 7 p.m.

      Cape Henlopen at Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Dover at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Lake Forest at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Smyrna at Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Central at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Woodbridge at Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Saturday, Nov. 14

      Brandywine at Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Glasgow at St. Georges, 10:30 a.m.

      Middletown at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      DMA at Conrad, 11 a.m.

      Delcastle at William Penn, 1 p.m.

      Tatnall at St. Andrew’s, 1 p.m.

      St. Elizabeth at Archmere, noon

       

      Football schedule by team

      A.I. du Pont

      Sept. 11 Sussex Tech, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Concord, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at William Penn, 7:45 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Charter of Wilm., 7 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Oct. 16 Middletown, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 31 at Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 6 Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Appoquinimink

      Sept. 11 Polytech, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Smyrna, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at William Penn, 1 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Charter of Wilm., 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Oct. 30 at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Mount Pleasant, 7 p.m.

      Archmere

      Sept. 11 at Howard, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 19 at Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Sept. 26 Tatnall, noon

      Oct. 3 St. Mark’s, 3 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Caravel, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 24 Conrad, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 31 the New Church, noon

      Nov. 7 at DMA, noon

      Nov. 14 St. Elizabeth, noon

      Brandywine

       

      Sept. 12 Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      Sept. 19 Archmere, 10:30 a.m.

      Sept. 25 at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 3 at Christiana, noon

      Oct. 10 Glasgow, noon

      Oct. 17 at Howard, noon

      Oct. 24 Dickinson, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 31 at St. Georges, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 7 McKean, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 14 at Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Caesar Rodney

      Sept. 11 Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Glen Mills s, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 2 St. Georges, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Cape Henlopen

      Sept. 12 at Lower Cape May Reg MS, 1 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Oakdale, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Caravel

      Sept. 11 Concord, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Elkton, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Interboro, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Archmere, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 16 St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 23 at ROP- Silver Oak, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 30 at Buena, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 7 at Hodgson, 2 p.m.

      Charter of Wilmington

      Sept. 10 DMA, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 19 at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Sept. 26 Middletown, 1 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 10 Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 16 at Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 Newark, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 31 at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 7 William Penn, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 13 at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Christiana

      Sept. 12 at Conrad, 11 a.m.

      Sept. 19 Hodgson, 10 a.m.

      Sept. 25 at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 3 Brandywine, noon

      Oct. 10 Tatnall, noon

      Oct. 16 at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 Howard, noon

      Oct. 30 at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 7 St. Georges, noon

      Nov. 13 at McKean, 7 p.m.

      Concord

      Sept. 11 at Caravel, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 26 Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 10 Newark, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 17 Salesianum, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 24 at William Penn, 1 p.m.

      Oct. 31 Charter of Wilm., 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 7 at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Nov. 14 Middletown, 10:30 a.m.

      Conrad

      Sept. 12 Christiana, 11 a.m.

      Sept. 18 at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 26 St. Elizabeth, 4 p.m.

      Oct. 3 Milford, 1:30 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at St. Andrew’s, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at McKean, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at Archmere, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 31 Tower Hill, 11 a.m.

      Nov. 7 at Tatnall, 2 p.m.

      Nov. 14 DMA, 11 a.m.

      DMA

      Sept. 10 at Charter of Wilm., 7 p.m.

      Sept. 19 Milford, noon

      Sept. 26 Tower Hill, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Polytech, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 Red Lion Christian, noon

      Oct. 30 at Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 7 Archmere, noon

      Nov. 14 at Conrad, 11 a.m.

      Delcastle

      Sept. 11 at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 19 Charter of Wilm., 11 a.m.

      Sept. 26 Polytech, 11 a.m.

      Oct. 2 at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 10 A.I. du Pont, 11 a.m.

      Oct. 17 at Mount Pleasant, noon

      Oct. 24 Appoquinimink, 11 a.m.

      Oct. 30 at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 7 Concord, 11 a.m.

      Nov. 14 at William Penn, 1 p.m.

      Delmar

      Sept. 11 at John Carroll, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at St. Marys, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Caravel, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at Lake Forest, noon

      Oct. 16 Archmere, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 24 Seaford, 1:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Dickinson

      Sept. 11 at Tatnall, 4 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Conrad, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 26 at St. Georges, 10 a.m.

      Oct. 2 at Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 2 McKean, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 16 St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 30 Christiana, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Howard, 7 p.m.

      Dover

      Sept. 11 at Dunbar, 6 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 at Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 at Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Glasgow

      Sept. 11 Seaford, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 McKean, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 26 at Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 2 at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at Brandywine, noon

      Oct. 16 Christiana, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 23 Lake Forest, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 31 at Howard, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 14 at St. Georges, 10:30 a.m.

      Hodgson

      Sept. 11 at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 19 at Christiana, 10 a.m.

      Sept. 26 Glasgow, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 2 Dickinson, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 3 at Howard, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 17 at St. Georges, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 24 McKean, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 30 at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 7 Caravel, 2 p.m.

      Nov. 14 Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Howard

      Sept. 11 Archmere, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 St. Georges, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at McKean, 5 p.m.

      Oct. 3 Hodgson, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 17 Brandywine, noon

      Oct. 24 at Christiana, noon

      Oct. 31 Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 7 at Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 13 at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Indian River

      Sept. 11 at Linganore, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Seaford, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 at Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Lake Forest

      Sept. 11 Hodgson, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 18 St. Mark’s, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 10 Delmar, noon

      Oct. 16 Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 30 at Seaford, 6:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Laurel

      Sept. 10 at Sussex Central, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 19 at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 DMA, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Seaford, 6:30 p.m.

      McKean

      Sept. 11 St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Howard, 5 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 9 St. Georges, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Conrad, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 31 at Tatnall, noon

      Nov. 7 at Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 13 Christiana, 7 p.m.

      Middletown

      Sept. 11 at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 18 William Penn, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 26 at Charter of Wilm., 1 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Delcastle, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 23 Mount Pleasant, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Appoquinimink, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Newark, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 14 at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      Milford

      Sept. 11 Red Lion Christian, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 19 at DMA, noon

      Sept. 25 St. Andrew’s, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 3 at Conrad, 1:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Seaford, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 at Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Mount Pleasant

      Sept. 12 at Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Sept. 19 Newark, 10:30 a.m.

      Sept. 26 at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 3 William Penn, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at Charter of Wilm., 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 17 Delcastle, noon

      Oct. 23 at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 31 A.I. du Pont, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 7 Howard, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 13 at Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Newark

      Sept. 11 at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 19 at Mount Pleasant, 10:30 a.m.

      Sept. 25 Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 16 William Penn, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at Charter of Wilm., 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 30 Delcastle, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Polytech

      Sept. 11 at Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 Woodbridge, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 26 at Delcastle, 11 a.m.

      Oct. 2 at Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at DMA, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 23 Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 at Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Red Lion Christian

      Sept. 11 at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 18 St. Andrew’s, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Christiana, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Wilm. Friends, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Tower Hill, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Tatnall, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at DMA, noon

      Oct. 30 at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Seaford, 6 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Charter of Wilm., 7 p.m.

      Salesianum

      Sept. 12 Cardinal O’Hara, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 3 at Father Judge, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 17 at Concord, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 23 Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 31 at William Penn, 1 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Sussex Tech, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 12 at St. Mark’s, 7:30 p.m.

      Seaford

      Sept. 11 at Glasgow, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Cambridge-South Dorchester, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Bergen County Technical, 5 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Woodbridge, 6:30 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at Delmar, 1:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Lake Forest, 6:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Red Lion Christian, 6 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Laurel, 6:30 p.m.

      Smyrna

      Sept. 11 Delcastle, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Appoquinimink, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Howard, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      St. Andrew’s

      Sept. 18 at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 3 at George, 3 p.m.

      Oct. 10 Conrad, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 24 Tower Hill, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 31 at Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Perkiomen, 3:30 p.m.

      Nov. 14 Tatnall, 1 p.m.

      St. Elizabeth

      Sept. 11 at McKean, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 19 Laurel, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 26 at Conrad, 4 p.m.

      Oct. 2 DMA, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Dickinson, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 6 St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 14 at Archmere, noon

      St. Georges

      Sept. 12 at William Penn, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Howard, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 26 Dickinson, 10 a.m.

      Oct. 2 at Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 at McKean, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 17 Hodgson, 10:30 a.m.

      Oct. 23 at St. Mark’s, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 31 Brandywine, 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 7 at Christiana, noon

      Nov. 14 Glasgow, 10:30 a.m.

      St. Mark’s

      Sept. 11 Newark, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Brandywine, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 3 at Archmere, 3 p.m.

      Oct. 9 DMA, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Caravel, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 23 St. Georges, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Hodgson, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at St. Elizabeth, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 12 Salesianum, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Central

      Sept. 10 Laurel, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Interboro, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 at Queen Anne’s County, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 at Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Sussex Tech

      Sept. 11 at A.I. du Pont, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at Sussex Central, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Caesar Rodney, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Smyrna, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 at Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 Dover, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Salesianum, 7 p.m.

      Nov. 13 Cape Henlopen, 7:30 p.m.

      Tatnall

      Sept. 11 Dickinson, 4 p.m.

      Sept. 19 Harford Technical, noon

      Sept. 26 at Archmere, noon

      Oct. 3 at Tower Hill, 3 p.m.

      Oct. 10 at Christiana, noon

      Oct. 16 at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 31 McKean, noon

      Nov. 7 Conrad, 2 p.m.

      Nov. 14 at St. Andrew’s, 1 p.m.

      Tower Hill

      Sept. 11 at Harford Technical, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Perkiomen, 4 p.m.

      Sept. 26 at DMA, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 3 Tatnall, 3 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 17 at George, 3 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at St. Andrew’s, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 31 at Conrad, 11 a.m.

      Nov. 13 Wilm. Friends, 7 p.m.

      William Penn

      Sept. 12 St. Georges, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Middletown, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 25 A.I. du Pont, 7:45 p.m.

      Oct. 3 at Mount Pleasant, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 10 Appoquinimink, 1 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Newark, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 24 Concord, 1 p.m.

      Oct. 31 Salesianum, 1 p.m.

      Nov. 7 at Charter of Wilm., 10:30 a.m.

      Nov. 14 Delcastle, 1 p.m.

      Wilmington Friends

      Sept. 11 at North East, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 19 the New Church, 2 p.m.

      Sept. 26 Woodbridge, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 2 at Red Lion Christian, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 10 St. Elizabeth, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 17 at Sidwell Friends, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 24 at Tatnall, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 31 St. Andrew’s, 2 p.m.

      Nov. 7 Rising Sun, 2 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Tower Hill, 7 p.m.

      Woodbridge

      Sept. 11 Broadwater, 7 p.m.

      Sept. 18 at Polytech, 7:30 p.m.

      Sept. 26 at Wilm. Friends, 2 p.m.

      Oct. 2 Lake Forest, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 9 Pope John Paul the Great, 7 p.m.

      Oct. 16 at Seaford, 6:30 p.m.

      Oct. 23 Indian River, 7:30 p.m.

      Oct. 30 at Milford, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 6 Laurel, 7:30 p.m.

      Nov. 13 at Delmar, 7:30 p.m.

       
       

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