January 26, 2022




RLCA sophomore Delaney Burroughs leads Red Lion Christian Academy to two victories this week. The Lions beat McKean HS 59-33 and Wilmington Christian School 54-17. Delaney had a double double with 27 points 10 steals and 5 assists against McKean and 11 points 7 steals and 5 assists against WCS. Her totals for the week were 38 points 17 steals and 10 assists.






RLCA junior Ashley Burk also lead the Lions to wins in those games. Ashley had 8 points 6 steals and 7 rebounds against McKean and a double double 15 points 16 rebounds and 6 steals against WCS... totals for the week were 23 points 23 rebounds and 12 steals.





Delmarva Christian basketball player Ainsley Bell netted a total of 38 points in two victories for the Royals last week. She also had nine steals, eight assists and six rebounds.





Caesar Rodney High wrestler Brock Conner picked up a pair of pins in matches last week. The senior 182-pounder is coming back from a broken leg he suffered during football season.





Dover High basketball player Tyrone Tolson tallied a total of 42 points in two games as the Senators remained unbeaten in the Henlopen North. The sophomore had 24 points in a win over Sussex Tech on Saturday.





Salesianum Junior soccer player and 2021 Delaware Player of the Year Jake Ross was recognized at the United Soccer Coaches Convention in Kansas City. He is seen here receiving his All-American Award.






The Tatnall School named their Athlete of the Week and he is Julian Campanelli from the Hornet Wrestling Team. He is a sophomore grappler at Tatnall.





The Delaware Sportswriters and Broadcasters Association nominates and elects individuals and teams for 5 different awards each year. The winner of the Tubby Raymond Coach of the Year is St. Mark's Volleyball Coach, Nancy Griskowitz. The Spartans were the state champions this year for the second year in a row going undefeated at 17-0 this year and 14-0 last year. This was Griskowitz' 9th state champion as head coach since taking over the program in 1998 when she then led the Spartans to 4 consecutive state championships.