Appoquinimink's Gavin Tucker has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Delaware State where he will join the football program.
Molly Kenney from Polytech HS scored the 100th goal of her career for the Panthers Girl's Lacrosse team. The milestone goal came in a 19-6 win over Sussex Tech HS
Natalie Berry from Conrad signed an NLI to attend Delaware Tech where she will join the softball team.
Gabe Rabinovitch, from the Golf team, was named St. Elizabeth's Maroon & Gold Athlete of the Week.
Kim Seeney from Polytech has signed an NLI to attend Albright College in PA. She will join the Volleyball team.
Mara Everton threw her second no-hitter in three games for Polytech as the Panthers beat Dover 20-0. She struck out 11 Senators in the game.
Joyce Montgomery from St. George's Tech has signed an NLI to attend Bryn Athyn College in PA where she will join the soccer team. She was also a star for the Hawks Field Hockey team.
Faith Riley from St. George's Tech has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Wingate University in NC where she will play Field Hockey.
Paige Taylor from Woodbridge has signed an NLI to attend Salisbury University in Maryland. She will join the Equestrian team.
Delcastle's Will Echols is headed to PA to play football where he is committed to attend Ursinus College in Collegeville.
The DMA 4 x 400 relay team set a new school record at the Penn Relays. Ethan Walther, Messai Maynor, Troy Hedrick, and Eric Cureton break 3:30 for the first time in school history with an official time of 3:29.10
Laurel's Kaden Shockley has signed an NLI to attend Salisbury University in Maryland where he join the football team.
Brayden Hearn from Laurel is heading to PA for college. He has signed his NLI to attend Delaware Valley College and he will play for the football team.
Middletown's Peyton Sumner scored the 100th goal of his career with the Cavalier Boy's Lacrosse team.
Hanna Garber from the U of DE Softball team broke the school record for runs scored when she crossed home plate for the 158th time in her career with the Blue Hens.
Middletown's Gabby Riley has committed to stay in Delaware for college. She will attend the U of DE where she will join the soccer team.