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November 11, 2022

Tyler August – Baseball – Delaware Drew Simpson – Baseball – West Chester Peyton Brannock – Baseball – East Stroudsburg Ashley Hughes – Soccer – Shippensburg Logan Wiley – Baseball – UMBC Marisa Edevane – Softball – Rollins College Alyssa Mahan – Wrestling – Presbyterian College Annika Downs – Softball – Washington College

Caitlin Smith from Tower Hill has signed an NLI to attend The College of William & Mary College in Virginia and will play for the soccer team.

Ashlyn Schmidt from Caesar Rodney has signed an NLI to attend Delaware State University and play for the softball team.

Peyton Shields will be attending Fairfield University in CT to continue her athletic and academic career as she joins the softball team.

Padua Graduate. and Alvernia University Women's Soccer freshman, Haley Dougherty, a midfielder, earned All-MAC Commonwealth honors for her performance during the 2022 season, as announced by the Middle Atlantic Conference on Thursday.

Dougherty led Alvernia with seven goals and seven assists for 21 points on the season, the most points scored by an Alvernia women's soccer player in a single season since Johanna Shank finished the season with 21 points in 2015.

Jack Gormley from Salesianum has signed an NLI to attend Villanova University and play lacrosse.

Ryan Cunningham from Salesianum has signed his NLI to attend Villanova and play lacrosse.

Connor Riley from Salesianum is heading to Lehigh University to extend his education and play lacrosse.

Zach Friend from the Salesianum lacrosse team is heading south to the U of Tampa.

Chase Black from Salesianum has signed his NLI to attend Queens University of Charlotte and join the lacrosse team.

Max Agresti from Salesianum is heading to Harvard where he will join the wrestling program.

Liam O’Brien from Salesianum has signed his NLI to attend Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia where he will play baseball.

Delmarva Christian's Ainsley Bell has committed to attend Messiah University in PA and play for the basketball team.

Dahmir Byrd from the football team was named the Mt. Pleasant Green Knight Male Athlete of the Month for October.

Samantha Lepre from the field hockey team was named the Mt. Pleasant Green Knight Female Athlete of the Month for October.

Field Hockey

In this game between #4 Padua and #5 Caesar Rodney, it was the higher-seeded Pandas on top 4-1. Shannon Salerni scored two goals, Olivia Shimp has a goal and an assist and Ava Getty had two assists.

Shannon Salerni

The #1 seed, the Cape Henlopen Vikings, blasted #8 Milford 6-0. The Vikings outshot the Buccaneers 26-1 with Grace Wiggins scoring a hat trick. The Vikings will now play Padua in the semifinals on Tuesday.

Grace Wiggins

#3 Wilmington Charter beat #6 Sussex Tech 5-2 and the Force were ahead 5-0 after three quarters. Ella Stack scored a hat trick for Charter who advance to the semifinal round in D1.

Ella Stack

#2 Smyrna was all over #7 Appoquinimink 7-0. Bree Moffett scored three goals and assisted on two others. Kirsten Johnson scored twice as did Dru Moffett. The Eagles outshot the Jaguars 19-0 and now move on to play the Force from Wilmington Charter.

Bree Moffett

Boy's Soccer

Salesianum, the #1 seed, beat #8 St. Georges 3-0 in the quarterfinal round of the D1 Soccer Tournament. Sean Duffy scored the first goal, which proved to be the game-winner, for the Sals. Gianluca Marroni and Aiden Gonzalez scored the other two goals.

#7 Sussex Central upset the previously unbeaten Cougars of Delcastle, the #2 seed, 4-3 in overtime.

Javier Escobar Lopez, who was honored for scholastics prior to the game, scored a hat trick for the Golden Knights.

Salesianum awaits the winner of Cape Henlopen and Appoquinimink as the Golden Knights will face the winner of Wilmington Charter and Caesar Rodney


St. Marks advances to the State Championship of the Volleyball tournament on Monday as they beat Delmarva Christian in 4 sets. No stats available for the Spartans at this writing, but outside hitter Julia Yurkovich led the Spartans in this contest. For the Royals, Elaina Millaway had 21 kills.

Chloe Sachs and Molly Pietlock each had 14 kills for Tower Hill as they advance to the State Championship as the #9 seed beating #5 Caravel in 4 sets.

Molly Pietlock


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