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October 13, 2022

Aniyah Blake from Indian River HS, and the Delaware Tribe softball program, has committed to play softball for Roanoke College and the Maroons.

Tower Hill's Tommy Vanni recently scored his 50th career goal of his soccer career for the Hillers. His milestone goal came against Wilmington Friends and he has 16 on the season as of this writing.

Delaney McCoy from Unionville HS in Kennett Square, and the East Coast Power Volleyball program out of Delaware, has committed to play volleyball for Susquehanna University and the River Hawks.

Farrah White from the St. Elizabeth's volleyball team has been named the Vikings Athlete of the Week for last week. She is the Vikings Libero.

Noelle Sabbagh from the U of Delaware's Field Hockey team was named the CAA co-Rookie of the Week for last week.

Field Hockey

Wilmington Charter improves to 7-1 with an 8-0 win over Sanford. Paige Colburn and Elizabeth Terranova each scored twice for the Force.

Paige Colburn

Tatnall stays undefeated with a 5-1 victory over Padua. Rachael Whitehead scored two goals and assisted on another.

Rachael Whitehead

In a key Diamond State Conference game, Archmere beat DMA 6-0. The Auks stay undefeated and hand the Seahawks just their second loss of the season. Carly Polsky and Emma Gioffre each scored two times in the win. Archmere outshot DMA 35-5.

Boy's Soccer

Markus Beugre scored a hat trick for the Glasgow Dragons. They beat Hodgson 4-1. They are now 2-8 on the year.

In this Independent Conference rivalry it was Tower Hill 2-1 winners over Tatnall. Tommy Vanni scored his 17th and 18th goals of the season for the Hillers who are now 6-1. Tatnall drops to 1-4-3.


Wilmington Charter beat Tower Hill 3 sets to 1 to hand the Hillers their first loss of the season. The Force are now 5-4 with the Hillers falling to 8-1. The Force spread their offense around with Miranda Ting leading them with 10 kills. Emma Thompson and Catherine Cole combined for 37 assists.


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