December 2, 2021
Coaches with most state championships
102 — Jim Tate, St. Paul's Episcopal (Mobile, Ala.), cross country, track and field
70 — Dale Phillips, Marquette (Mich.), cross country, track and field
69 — Pat Galle, UMS-Wright Prep (Mobile, Ala.), cross country, track and field
68 — Greg Echols, Mountain Brook (Birmingham, Ala.), cross country, track and field
68 — Dave Houle, Mountain View (Orem, Utah), cross country, track and field, girls basketball
64 — Jim Doyle, Bishop Hendricken (Warwick, R.I.), cross country, track and field
60 — Claney Duplechin, Episcopal (Baton Rouge, La.), cross country, track and field
56 — Dave Hawley, Collegiate (Wichita, Kan.), tennis
52 — Pete Boudreaux, Catholic-B.R. (Baton Rouge, La.), cross country, track and field
50 — Mark Chaplin, U-32 (Montpelier, Vt.), cross country, track and field
50— Patrick Castagno, Tatnall (Wilmington, Del.), cross country, track and field
Opening day of HS basketball and for the boys, our first report of a game for 2021 will be of Mt. Pleasant beating McKean 53-36. The high scorer for the Green Knights was Jr Ronnie Potts who had 18 points. Sergio Solis added 15. Darrell Anderson and King Grasty led the Highlanders with 8 points each.
Concord beats Newark 58-45. Ryan Andrews led the Raiders with 14 points. Newark's Kamau Lately led all scorers with 21 points.
Tower Hill beats Malvern Prep 50-48 in overtime. The teams went on lockdown in the 4th quarter with Tower Hill edging our their PA opponents 2-1 to tie the game. Dean Shepherd led the Hillers with 20 points.
Delmarva Christian opens up their girl's basketball season with a convincing 55-17 over Sts. Peter & Paul. Ainsley Bell had 25 points for the Royals.
Laurel takes down Sussex Academy 57-30. Carlie Venables had a big opening-day game scoring 30 points for the Bulldogs.
First dual meets of the year in high school wrestling. Polytech beats Hodgson 60-24. Pins for the Panthers were by 113: Nate Lloyd (Fall 2:29) 126: Gonzalo Juarez (Fall 1:30) 132: Avery Rosah (PT) (Fall 0:38) 138: John Hazlewood (Fall 1:41) 145: Aiden Garrett (Fall 1:38) 160: Wyatt Simons (PT) over Jace Hawkins (HG) (Fall 2:54) 195: Greg Long (Fall 1:18) 220: Dionysus Alston (Fall 0:30) 285: Connor Bartlett (Fall 2:59)
152: Travis Luciano (HG) over Maxwell Gray (PT) (Fall 0:45) 170: Timothy Eddinger (Fall 3:09) 182: Nehemiah Parker (Fall 0:58)
Cape Henlopen shut out Lake Forest 77-0. Pins for the Vikings were by 106Jacob Goodsell (Cape Henlopen H S) over Unknown (For.) 6.00.0
120 Holt Baker (Fall 1:47)
126 Joshua Wright (Fall 3:55)
132 Joshua Alvares-Ramos (Fall 5:46)
145 Michael Frederick (Fall 3:12)
152 Luke Bender (Fall 5:34) 6.00.0
170 Carson Kammerer (Fall 4:40) 6.00.0
182 Jack Wiggins (Fall 1:40)
195 Alex Taylor (Fall 1:12)
285 Sean Costello (Fall 2:11)
A. I. Tip-Off Girls and Boys Basketball Tournament - Dec. 3, 2021 Girls Game - Dec. 3 – 3:15 pm – Mt. Pleasant vs. St. Marks Boys Game - Dec. 3 – 4:45 pm – St. Georges vs. St. Elizabeth Girls Game - Dec. 3 – 6:30 pm – Concord vs. A. I. duPont Boys Game - Dec. 3 – 8:00 pm – MOT Charter vs. A. I. duPont _______________________________________________________________________ A. I. Tip-Off Girls and Boys Basketball Tournament - Dec. 4, 2021 Dec. 4 – 1:15 pm – Girls Consolation Game Dec. 4 – 3:00 pm – Boys Consolation Game Dec. 4 – 4:45 pm – Girls Championship Game Dec. 4 – 6:30 pm – Boys Championship Game _______________________________________________________________________ Masks are Required at all Indoor Sporting Events No Concession will be available due to Covid Restrictions No Outside Food or Drink will be allowed to enter the building. Admission: Adults - $ 5.00 per Day or a Two-Day Pass for $ 8.00 Students - $ 2.00 per Day