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  • Hodgson Sophmore QB Throws for (4) TD's in win over Penn

    Posted 2018-10-15 17:56:17 by: Nicholas Halliday

       Hodgson Sophmore #6 Curt (CJ)Henry QB Throws for (4) TD's in win over Penn. Date: 10/13/2018   Hodgson Vo-Tech@10:30am  1234 Final William Penn HS 0 7 0 0   7 Hodgson Vo-Tech 0 22 19 7   48   Scoring Drives- 1st Quarter:N/A 2nd Quarter: Penn-Mallory 1 run -Juarez-Leon kickHodg-Arnold 48 run -J Henry XP kickHodg-Lolley 13 pass from CJ Henry -2-Pt Conv.-Douglas pass from J HenryHodg-Lolley 57 pass from CJ Henry -J Henry XP kick 3rd Quarter: Hodg-Arnold 64 punt return -J Henry XP kick)Hodg-E Lewis 32 pass from CJ HenryHodg-Douglas 32 pass from CJ Henry  4th Quarter: Hodg-Ames 74 run (J Henry ...

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  • Mount's Sr. QB Z.Collins throws game winning TD in the 4th

    Posted 2018-10-15 17:40:10 by: Nicholas Halliday

         Mount Pleasant blanks Christiana and scores in the 4th quarter to grab the win over Christiana.Despite Chritiana's Galbert rushing for 3 scores, Mount Pleasant Defense comes up with the turnovers that made the difference. MTP Sr. QB #4 Zach Collins threw (2) Td passes of his own, including the eventual game winner in the 4th Quarter Date:10/13/2018   Mt. Pleasant HS@12:00pm  1234 Final Christiana HS 0 14 14 0   28 Mt. Pleasant HS 14 10 0 7   31   Scoring Summary:1st Quarter MTP Collins 55yd pass from Wallan Larkin XP Kick  MTP Smith 39 yd run Larkin XP Kick  2nd Quarter Christiana- McAfee 42 yd run (2 Pt.) Galbert run  MTP- Smith 4 yd run Larkin Kick Christiana- Galbert 10 yd runConversion no good MTP- Larkin 29 yd FG  3rd Quarter: Christiana- Galbert 45 yd run Kyle pass from McAfee Christiana- Galbert 72 yd run conversion no good 4th Quarter: MTP- Gandy 22 yd pass from WallenLarkin Kick Highlights:Wallen - 2 TD passes 112 yds total passing yards Smith 2 rushing TDs , interception returned 6 ydsCollins 82 yds receiving 1 TDCobb interception 12 yd return and 9 ...

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  • Conrad sweeps Tower Hill, improves to 8-3

    Posted 2018-10-13 06:20:34 by: Exec Exec

    WILMINGTON – Conrad's volleyball team continued its winning ways Oct 12, sweeping Tower Hill in the Wolves Den. Set scores were 25-19, 25-22 and 25-15. The win was the Red Wolves' fourth in their last five matches as they improved to 8-3. The Hillers jumped out early, taking a 7-4 lead behind the hitting of Kyra Caffrey and Maddie Sachs. But a 4-1 run by Conrad, punctuated by Julie Kulesza's crushing of an overpass, leveled the score at eight, and the Red Wolves were on their way. Kulesza added consecutive blocks later in the set to put her team up, 21-17, and Leah Camilli wrapped it up with a blast down the middle. Stefanie Kulesza opened the second set on serve, and her two aces, bookended by a pair of Camilli strikes, staked Conrad to a 4-0 lead. Tower fought back and took advantage of a series of Red Wolves errors to go ahead, 12-11. The lead increased to two at 15-13, but Camilli showed she could do it from the back line as well, knotting the score with an ace. When the Red Wolves' run ended at seven points on yet another Camilli ace, they led, 20-15. Tower got to within 23-20 and saved two set points, but a service error put the Red Wolves on top by two sets. It was all Conrad in the final frame. Contributions from Alyssa Faville, Olivia Joswick and Natalie Horgan helped them open up an 8-3 lead. Camilli showed her stuff midway through; she blocked Sachs twice and crushed two balls for kills as the Red Wolves increased the advantage to 15-8. They kept the pressure on and went on to the win. Camilli had nine kills, four aces and three blocks for the winners. Julie Kulesza – who joined the team just a few matches ago – added five kills. The Red Wolves were credited with 13 aces. Conrad will go for its fourth straight win on Thursday at home against Red Lion at 5 p.m. No individual statistics were available for Tower Hill early Saturday morning. The Hillers (5-6) are off until next Friday, when they host Wilmington Christian at 7 ...

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  • It takes four sets, but Middletown defeats Concord

    Posted 2018-10-06 04:53:55 by: Exec Exec

    BRANDYWINE HUNDRED – Middletown used a balanced offensive attack to take a four-set victory over Concord in Blue Hen Conference Flight A volleyball on Oct. 5. The Cavaliers won by scores of 25-15, 21-25, 25-15, and 26-24. A raucous crowd that included several members of the Raiders' football team was on hand. The Cavaliers steadily pulled away for victory in the first set, but it was a different story in set number two. Middletown rebounded for a comfortable win in the third, but the Cavs needed an extra point in the final set to go home with the victory. For Middletown, Jaden McGeoch led the way with eight kills. Aryelle Conley had seven kills, while Jasmyne Davidson had six and Kayla Bell-Davis five. The Cavaliers served up 15 aces, with Davidson getting six of them and Lindsey Shaffer picking up five. The Cavs improved to 7-4, 4-1 in Flight A. They are home for the remaining four matches on their schedule, beginning Wednesday vs. Newark at 5:30 p.m. Individual statistics were not available for Concord late Friday night. The Raiders are now 5-4, 2-2 in the conference. They play the next two on the road, with the first one at Delcastle on Wednesday at 5:15 ...

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  • Kilama scores twice to lift Quakers past St. Andrew's in boys soccer

    Posted 2018-10-05 03:45:54 by: Exec Exec

    ALAPOCAS – Wilmington Friends did not let an early deficit get to them when they met St. Andrew's in an Independent Conference boys soccer game on Oct. 4. Oryem Kilama scored two second-half goals, including the game-winner with just a few minutes left, to lead the Quakers to a 2-1 win. The victory puts the Quakers in sole possession of first place in the conference. Friends trailed, 1-0, at halftime, but the Quakers played the Cardinals evenly throughout the first half. They kept the pressure on the St. Andrew's defense as the second half wore on, and Kilama was able to equalize in the 57th minute off an assist from Eros Connor. Extra time was looming when Kilama struck again, this time on an assist from Ely Longwill in the 76th minute. That was enough to overcome a fourth-minute strike from the Cardinals' Alexander Phan, who blasted home a feed from Zachary Tull into the far corner to the right of Quakers keeper Liam Hudgings. The game was entertaining, with both teams experiencing more than one near-miss. Kilama sent a shot off the side of the St. Andrews net in the 23rd, and two minutes later Timothy Farley of Friends curled a ball off the post to the left of Cardinals keeper Jackson Swets. Both keepers were called on to make several acrobatic stops. Friends, ranked fourth in Division II by 302 Sports, was outshot, 11-7, and St. Andrew's had four corner kicks to the Quakers' three. Hudgings had 10 saves for the win. The Quakers improved to 7-0 (5-0 in the conference) and host Newark Charter on Tuesday at 4 p.m. No. 8 St. Andrew's got five saves from Swets. The Cardinals (5-4, 4-1) are home next Thursday against Sanford. Game time is 4 ...

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  • Mount Pleasant remains in control of Flight B volleyball

    Posted 2018-10-04 04:03:33 by: Exec Exec

    Mount Pleasant remains in control of Flight B ...

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  • 302 Sports Field Hockey Top 10 Rankings

    Posted 2018-10-03 17:50:45 by: Exec Exec

    Upcoming Games This Week: #5 Indian River at #1 Delmar, Thursday at 4pm Indian River’s only loss has been to Polytech. Delmar is just smoking its opponents. #6(D1) Concord vs. #8(D2) Mount Pleasant, Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the Turf Bowl at the University of Delaware. Mount has won five straight after opening the season with two losses, and they are scoring a lot of goals. Concord is a defensive-minded team with a superb goalkeeper. This is a Brandywine School District battle, so these girls all know each other. #4(D2) Ursuline vs. #3(D1) Padua, Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Turf Bowl. Two top-notch goalkeepers will be the key here. Ursuline tends to score a bit more than Padua, but the Pandas have yet to allow a goal this season. Thoughts or Surprises From Last Week: On the preview show we mentioned that Tower Hill graduated 80% of its offense.  They didn't let that affect them as they remain unbeaten. They are 5-0 but are led by the defense this year.  They have only given up 2 goals while scoring 14 goals. They aren't the offensive team they were last year but with this defense they could be ready to make another run to the State championship game. Breakdown of Games: #6(D1) Concord vs #8(D2) Mount Pleasant Both teams are used to playing on grass how does playing on turf impact both team's Last 10 meetings: Mount Pleasant, 5-3-2. Two of those games have been at the Turf Bowl. Concord’s last win came in 2012.     Upcoming Games This Week: #7 Wilmington Charter vs. #4 Middletown, Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Turf Bowl. #7 Wilmington Charter at #3 Padua, Tuesday at 3:45 p.m. at Forbes Field. Charter has won a bunch of close games this year, but can they find the goals against an aggressive Pandas squad? #5(D2) Indian River at #1(D1) Cape Henlopen, Tuesday at 6 p.m. Second straight road game against a defending state champion for the Indians. They would like to thank their AD. Thoughts or Surprises: Padua ...

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  • Polytech volleyball picks up first win at Brandywine

    Posted 2018-10-02 14:34:52 by: Exec Exec

    Polytech picked up its first win of the volleyball season with a 3-0 sweep at Brandywine on Oct. 1. The set scores were 25-20, 25-21 and 25-13. The first two sets were close, with the host Bulldogs taking small leads of three or four points on a few occasions. But the Panthers responded in each set, thanks in large part to the service game of libero Delaney VanVessen. Also, the play up front of Naima Meredity and Ashley Blaeuer helped overcome the Bulldogs’ height. For Brandywine, Tiffany Gray had six kills, while Isabella Spiess had four kills and three aces. Moira Dinkins led the Bulldogs with six blocks. The Bulldogs (4-3) play the second of three straight home matches on Wednesday at 4:45 p.m. against McKean. No individual statistics were available for the Panthers, who improved to 1-7. They travel to Sussex Tech on Thursday at 5:30 ...

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  • Conrad stays unbeaten with sweep of Sanford

    Posted 2018-09-16 03:43:12 by: Exec Exec

    The Red Wolves remain unbeaten headed into Tuesday's showdown vs. ...

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  • Hillers rebound, take field hockey lid-lifter

    Posted 2018-09-08 05:28:29 by: Exec Exec

    Katy Craft and Caitlin Smith scored a little more than a minute apart midway through the second half as Tower Hill began its 2018 field hockey season with a 2-1 squeaker over Dover on Sept. 7 at Richardson Field. The Hillers controlled play through most of the first half but were unable to solve the Lady Senators' defense. Dover stayed close and managed to take a 1-0 lead on a goal by Chelsea Johnson with 21:59 left on the clock. The advantage lasted for six minutes until Craft scored, with an assist to Sarah Zungalia. Craft was involved in the eventual winning goal as well, feeding the eighth-grader Smith at the 14:08 mark. Tower Hill (1-0) had a 15-8 shot advantage and 11 penalty corners to Dover's five. Next up for them is a trip to Wilmington Charter on Tuesday at 3:45 p.m. The Lady Senators (0-1) visit defending Division I state champion Cape Henlopen on Tuesday at 6 ...

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