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April 19, 2024

DE - Sophomore Ryan Coyne, from the Tower Hill School in Wilmington, threw a no-hitter for the Hillers baseball team against their conference rivals from the St. Andrews School. Coyne struck out 9 in the win.

Logan Kaiser from Smyrna reached the 100 point milestone for his career with the Eagles Lacrosse team. Jake Wagner became the all-time leader in points for the team.

Brian Timpson, the Head Softball Coach at Appoqunimink, recorded the 250th win of his career. The Jaguars beat Laurel on March 22nd for the milestone victory. Timpson formerly coached Glasgow and Middletown softball teams where he won a combined 86 games.

Brady Harach from Wilmington Charter has signed a National Letter of Intent to play baseball at McDaniel College in Maryland.

Chloe Megee from Indian River saved the 100th shot of her career with the Indians Lacrosse team. Kylie Harris became the Indians all-time leading goal scorer with the 186th goal of her career.

Bella Walsh has set a Middletown HS Girls Outdoor Track record in the 3200 meters with a time of 10:32.48

Simone Cooper, from Middletown, has made history by breaking the school record in both the shot put and the discus with a throw of 44 feet and 1 inch in shot and 149 feet and 4 inches in discus.

Katie Quashne from Ursuline has signed an NLI to attend Catholic University where she will join the Track & Field team.

Kylie Harris, from the Indian River Girl's Lacrosse team, has reached the 200 goal mark for her career with the Indians.

In a game on Monday vs. St. Andrew’s, Odessa HS senior Ella Vandervort collected her 200th career save for the Ducks Girl's Lacrosse team.

Amelia Orndorff from Odessa reached the 100 Point milestone for her career with the Ducks Lacrosse team.

Corinne Nolan from Sanford scored the 100th goal of her career with the Warriors Lacrosse team.

Monica Santana Cintron, from the Mustangs Softball team, was named the Female Athlete of the Week for MOT Charter.

Julia MacConnell from Polytech has committed to attend Louisburg College in NC where she will play softball.

- Jaxon Black ’24: Football at Franklin & Marshall College

- Avery Gaines ’24: Football at Case Western Reserve University

- Braden Shipp ’24: Lacrosse at Franklin & Marshall College

- Jalen Stewart ’24: Swimming at Howard University

- Josephine Mayer ’24: Field Hockey at Montclair State University

- Rasheed Bashir ’24: Tennis at IMG Academy

- Nick Winchell ’24: Lacrosse at Hampden-Sydney College

- Quinn Green ’24: Lacrosse at Middlebury College

- Jason Hughes ’24: Baseball at Muhlenberg College


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