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March 5, 2022

#1 Caravel beats #16 Caesar Rodney 63-44. India Johnson led the Buccaneers with 18 points.

#9 Woodbridge had a come-from-behind win over #8 Lake Forest 47-43. Payton Keeler led the Blue Raiders with 17 points. They will play #1 Caravel in the quarterfinals.

#4 St. Elizabeth's advances with a 53-41 win against #13 Dover. Sydney Hillard was the high scorer with 17 points.

#2 Sanford bounces #18 Archmere from the tournament with s 58-25 win. Senior Abby Meredith led the Warriors with 14 points.

Sanford will play #10 Cape Henlopen who defeated #7 Delmarva Christian 58-45. Mehkia Applewhite and Julia Saleur each scored 13 points for the Vikings. Sierra Troyer scored 25 for the Royals.

#13 Mehkia Applewhite waits for a rebound against Delmarva Christian. Photo by Lloydlee Heite.

#3 Wilmington Charter wins over #14 St. Marks 41-39 in the closest game of the round. The Force moves on to play #6 Ursuline.

The Raiders beat #22 Wilmington Friends 56-22. Junior Hannah Kelley scored a game high 19 points to lead Ursuline. Chamira Marshall-Brothers added 16 for the #6 Raiders. Naomi Allen led Wilmington Friends with 6 points.

#5 Tatnall victorious over #12 AI duPont. The final score here was 57-47. The Hornets will play the Vikings of St. Elizabeth's next. Emma Kirby had 15 points and 17 rebounds for Tatnall. In the game, AI duPont's Cha'Nyah Dunston-Mason scored her 1000th career point.

Saint Mark’s Alumna, Serena Pluta ‘20, was named the Washington College Shorewoman of the Week.

Delaware States Corey Perkins was selected to the MEAC All-Rookie Team

Delaware State's Christopher Sodom was named the 2022 MEAC Defensive Player of the Year

Myles Carter was named to the All-MEAC First Team from Delaware State.

Delaware State's Dom Fragala was selected to the All-MEAC Third Team


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