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February 5, 2024

Delaware Military Academy Head Girl's Basketball Coach and Athletic Director, Jeremy Jeane celebrated his 100th career coaching victory. The milestone win came as the Seahawks defeated Hodgson Vo-Tech.

Akendre Matthews from Middletown has committed to attend Delaware State University where he will play football.

Ronnell Davis from Middletown is signed to attend the U of Buffalo where he will play football.

Padua Pandas signing National Letters of Intent. Madelyn Mead will run track for East Carolina University; Cate Shrader will play softball for Franlin & Marshall; Sammie Wolff will join the Gymnastics team at Illinois State University; Megan Price will swim for Mt. St. Mary's University; Kat Pappas will play soccer for Shenandoah University; Kelsey Wolff will run Track for the U of Rhode Island; Lexi Frick will join theTrack team at Salisbury University; Libby Neiburg will join the Track team at the U of Delaware.

Alaina Strates from Indian River is heading south across the state line into Maryland for college as she has committed to attend Salisbury University where she will join the Track and Field team.

Rachel Bockrath from Brandywine has signed her NLI to attend Ohio State where she will join the Swimming team. Rachel broke the Blue Hen Conference Championship records in the 200 IM (2:03.03) and the 100 back (54.79). She also anchored Brandywine's 200 free relay team as they broke the meet record with a time of 1:41.28 and the 400 free relay with a new record time of 3:42.83/ She already owns the 50 yard free and the 100 yard free records set last year.

The Middletown Cavaliers won the Blue Hen Conference Flight A Swimming Title.

Andie Kiess broke the school record in the 200 Backstroke (1:23.26)

Kira Brown broke school records in the 200 (1:59.26) and 500 Freestyle (5:25.41)

The Tower Hill Hillers won the DISC Girl's Swimming Championship

At the DISC Swimming Championships Jamie Brinsfield from Tower Hill broke the school and DISC record in the 200 Freestyle with a time of 1:43.86

Woodbridge improved to 10-2 for the season when they beat Sussex Academy 75-47. In the game the Blue Raiders Reghan Robinson scored 47 points. She hit seven 3-pointers.

Lily Phillips from St. Marks has committed to attend Penn State where she will play soccer for the Nittany Lions.

Tahj Johnson from St. Marks is headed to West Chester University where he will play football for the Golden Rams

2024 DIAA Indoor Track & Field Championships

Jasyn Truitt

Bishop Lane

Ethan Walther

Ethan Walther

Ben Pizzaro

Michael Latham

St. Marks broke their own school record with a time of 1:35.06 Patrick Lamb, Chad Dohl, Jude Rykaczewski, and Jeremiah McClain

Aidan Cain, Ian Cain, Gabe Harris, Josh Johnson

Declan Grubb ’24, Hayden Land ’24, Zae Turman ’24, and Brian Gainer ’25 from Wilmington Friends broke the school record with a time of 3:54.61

Connor Gebhardt (2:03) Alex Jurgaitis (2:00) Brandon Smith (2:06) Brian Yeager (1:57) New school record

Jack Maister

Jakwon Kilby

Bailey Fletcher

Jack Grace

Juliana Balon

Juliana Balon

Alyssa Napier - Conrad - School Record - 26.77

Juliana Balon

Alyssa Napier - Conrad - School Record - 59.05

Cereniti Johnson - WFS - School Record 1:00.24

Bella Walsh

Bella Walsh

Carlita Kaliher (center, with Katie Payne, left, and Katrina Endres)

Arianna Montgomery

Arianna Donovan, Reagan Garibaldi, Delaira Muzzi, and Alexis Donovan. A new school record in the event

Taylor Stone

Juliana Balon

Mekiyah Earnest

Elce Walsh

Simone Cooper

The Tatnall Hornets DIAA 2024 Indoor State Track & Field Champions

Salesianum the 2024 DIAA Indoor State Track & Field Champions


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