January 18, 2022

The Redwolves Track & Field team returned to Ursinus on Jan 16 for the Bears HS Invitational. 8 girls and 9 boys set personal best marks and 5 school records were broken throughout the day. The following athletes had school record-breaking performances: - Ben Horgan, boys mile - Jason Webb, boys 200m - Mallory Holloway, girls 3000m - Keely Fitzgerald, girls shot put - Ulises Vazquez, Jaden Clarke, Jason Webb, Ben Horgan, boys 4x400m relay





Jason Webb, Ulises Vazquez, Ben Horgan, Jaden Clarke




Congratulations to the following RedWolve athletes for setting personal best marks: - Kayla Williams, 55m - Zoey Cyr, 55m - Nadir Saunders, 55m - Tim Riley, 55m - Shajith Syed, 55m - Ben Horgan, mile - Penny Henderson, 400m - Chelsi Blevins, 400m - Andrew Hockenbrock, 400m - Joey Dello Buono, 400m - Jordan Blanck, 800m - Mickey Gates, 800m - Braeden Peterson, 800m - Jason Webb, 200m - Ulises Vazquez, 200m - Mallory Holloway, 3000m - Keely Fitzgerald, shot put




Dover High’s Jaheim Harrell scored 51 points as the Senators won three games in boys’ basketball last week. The junior guard hit seven three-pointers and finished with 27 points n a big Henlopen North win over Smyrna.




Caesar Rodney High basketball player Messiah Antwi had a big week for the Riders. The 6-foot-8 scored 38 points, had 56 rebounds and 13 blocked shots in a 2-1 week for CR. That included his performance in a win over Polytech in which he had 22 points, 30 rebounds and eight blocks.




Cape Henlopen High wrestler Carson Kammerer registered a third-period pin in the final individual bout of the night to give the Vikings a 34-30 Henlopen North victory over Smyrna. The senior 170-pounder then finished second in the Grapple at the Tournament (Springbrook, Md.) as Cape won the team title. Kammerer won by pin in both the quarterfinal and semifinals to give him eight pins in 33 matches this season.