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February 7, 2024

Ava Kramedas from Concord HS broke the 7-year old record in the Diving competition at the Blue Hen Conference Swimming Championships. It was also a new school record of 213.45 points in 6 dive competition. The BHC Diving Record in the Women's 1 meter Diving meet record had been 212.55 set in 2016 by Alexis Bedford

Akendre Matthews, Football — Delaware State University, Dover, Delaware

Aviyon Matthews, Football — Stonehill College, Easton, Massachusetts

Owen Ketzner, Cheer — University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware Maximus Mullins, Baseball — McDaniel College, Westminster, Maryland

Ava Little, Cheerleading — University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware

Cara Cimo, Soccer — Neumann University, Aston, Pennsylvania

Austin Troyer, Football — University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware 

Tyler Bolden, Football — Stevenson University, Owings Mill, Maryland

Ronnell Davis, Football — University at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York

Tristen Graham, Football — University of Akron, Akron, Ohio

Jake O’Donoghue from St. Marks has signed his NLI to attend the U of Delaware where he will play for the Blue Hens Football team.

Rikye Jenkins from Hodgson is heading to Millersville in PA where he will play football.

Logan Klein from St. Marks signed his NLI to stay instate and play football for the U of Delaware.

Daniel McConomy from Appoquinimink has committed to stay in state to play football in college and he will do so for the U of Delaware.

Grady Redding from Appoquinimink Swimming broke the school record in the 100 yard breaststroke with a new standard of 1:03.81

The Delaware Sports Athletes of the Week Week Ending 2-3-24

Jayvion Chandler - Indian River - Wrestling

Rachel Bockrath - Brandywine - Swimming

Juliana Balon - Padua - Indoor Track & Field

Brayden Ranauto - St. Marks - Wrestling


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