Here are four Caravel seniors and who signed their National Letters of Intent. Morgan Moxley - softball at Salisbury, Matt Duarte - lacrosse at Newberry College, Zain Akhtar - soccer at Drexel University and Zayd Akhtar - soccer at Thomas Jefferson University
Cape Henlopen's Ethan Felker is headed to Misericordia University in PA where he will play football.
Caravel Academy wrestler Matt Duarte recorded his 100th career win for the Buccaneers. It came in a dual meet against Caesar Rodney
Middletown's Noah Kracyla has signed a commitment letter to attend Kutztown University in PA where he will play for the football team.
At the DISC Swim Championships, Sanford's Carson Kalish helped lead the Warriors to their first Boy's Championship. Kalish set two school record at the meet one in the 100 Fly, in which he took 1st Place with a time of 51.22; the second was in the 100 Back where he took 2nd Place in 54.48
Wilmington Friends School had 4 swimmers win titles at the DISC Championships. Kira Agne won the 200 IM and the 100 Fly
Tyler Wilmore won the 200 IM and the 100 Breaststroke
Conner Verbanas was the champion in the 500 Free
Freshman Aubrey Ashman is the DISC Champion in the 100 Breaststroke.
Conrad's 4x200 relay team of Julia Abbott, Safiya Stewart, Emily Hartnett and Kayla Williams set a new school record at the state championships with a time of 2:01.78
The ResWolves boy's 4x800 relay team of Ulises Vazquez, Sebastian Bergstrasser, Braeden Peterson and Joey Dello Buono set a new school record of 9:10.57
Conrad's Girls 4x800 relay team took second place with a new school record time of 9:44.78. The record holders are now Alyssa Napier, Karen Tanner, Mallory Holloway and Jordan Blanck.
The DMA girls 4 x 200m relay consisting of Maame Manu, Andrea Haley, Caitlyn Shannon and Ava Amati broke the existing school record by 3 seconds, clocking a 1:55.68.
DMA's Eric Cureton set two new school record at the State Championships. He ran a 22.75 in the 200 meters and 6.66 in the 55 meter dash to set the new standards for the Seahawks.
DMA's Giada McNamara broke her own school record in the shot put with a toss of 35-.25 inches, nearly two feet better than her previous record set last month.