September 27, 2023
Delaware Military's Sidney Ziegler has committed to attend Salisbury University in Maryland where she will join the Women's Soccer program for the Gulls.
St. Mark's Junior Lily Phillips announced a verbal commitment to attend Penn State where she will join the Women's Soccer program for the Nittany Lions.
The reigning Division 1 and Division 2 State Champions faced off at Smyrna yesterday. The hometown Eagles did what no other team has been able to do in nearly 7 years and 120 games. They beat the Delmar Wildcats 3-2 to claim a #1 ranking, overall, in the state. The Eagles put up the first 3 goals of the game with Sophomore's Alexis Mancuso and McKenna Wilson sandwiching goals around Junior Ava Pierce's goal. The Wildcats Jordyn Hollamon, the state's leading goal scorer, scored twice in the final period. But key defensive stops by Bree and Dru Moffett and Ryann Durnall helped goalie Hailey Geiger pick up the win in the cage. Delmar outshot Smyrna 15-4 and had 12 penalty corners to the Eagles 6. But the Wildcats streak is now over and Smyrna's win streak is now at 10.
Lake Forest beat Dover 7-0. Junior Brynn String scored three goals for the Spartans as they improve their record to 4-2.
The Patriots of Newark Charter stay unbeaten at 6-0 as they drop Middletown to 4-2 with a 6-0 win. Amanda Rattay scored 4 goals and added one assist for the victors.
Milford is now 6-0 as they blanked Woodbridge 5-1. Hannah Zimmerman scored a hat trick for the Buccaneers.
Freshman setter Pamela Moore had 40 assists for Wilmington Friends as the Quakers beat Concord 3-1. Eleanor Dealey led Friends with 17 kills. They have won 4 in a row after an opening loss to St. Georges. They take on the defending Champions from Tower Hill next on their schedule. Concord is now 5-2.
DMA held off MOT Charter in an important Diamond State Conference win for the Seahawks. Senior Carly Opalach led DMA with 12 kills. The Seahawks are 2-3 and 1-2 in conference. The Mustangs are now 4-2 and also 1-2 in conference.