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October 11, 2023

Catie Cole from Wilmington Charter reached the 1000 assist milestone for her career as the setter for the Force's volleyball program.

Dover's Savannah Strauss reached the 400 save mark for her career as the goalie for the Senators Field Hockey team.

Brayden Lasensky from Salesianum has committed to attend Monmouth College where he will join the Men's Lacrosse team.

Field Hockey

Jordyn Hollamon scored 4 times to increase her season total to 48 as Delmar beat Dover 9-0. The Wildcats has 32 penalty corners in this contest.

Boy's Soccer

Conrad beat Red Lion 9-0. Leonardo Marquez- Oliva had 4 goals for the Red Wolves. They are 6-2 on the year.

Leonardo Marquez-Oliva


Archmere beat DMA in straight sets. Katie Kuehl led the Auks with 13 kills. Archmere is 7-3 overall. DMA falls to 3-7.

Katie Kuehl

It was St. Marks who came out victorious in this matchup of 9-0 teams. This one could have gone either way this evening and it was a see-saw battle all night. The Spartan defense keyed this win. Five players had double-digit marks in digs with Senior Taylor Holly leading everyone with 43. Sophomore Setter Maddie Way had 48 assists. Lauren Mehelas had 14 kills for St. Marks.

Taylor Holly

In a match between two Diamond State Conference Charter Schools, Wilmington Charter came out with a win over Newark Charter in straight set. Catie Cole led the Force with 30 assists. Miranda Ting led both teams with 10 kills. The Force are now 8-1 losing only to St. Marks. The Patriots, after a 5-0 start have now lost 3 matches in a row. The Force take control of the Diamond State Conference and now have Tower Hill coming up on Friday night. The Hillers are 8-1 as well.

Miranda Ting

Wilmington Friends beat Tatnall 3 sets to 1. Eleanor Dealy had 24 kills for the Quakers. They are now 7-2 for the year and they have Tower Hill coming up for the second time this year next week.

Eleanor Dealy

Wilmington Christian is now 6-4 with a win over Mt. Pleasant. Maria Cocco-Lambie led the Warriors, and all players, with 16 kills.

Maria Cocco-Lambie


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