September 19, 2022






Daniel McConomy scored 5 touchdowns, 4 rushing and one kickoff return, for Appoquinimink as the Jaguars beat Ceasar Rodney 34-7. McConomy rushed for 212 yards in the game.







RJ Matthews threw for 4 touchdowns in Howard's 56-16 win against the Brandywine Bulldogs









Congratulations to Sussex Central's John Wells, the head football coach, for his 200th career win at the helm for the Golden Knights. The victory came against Hodgson Vo Tech.






Indian River's Scarlett Dunn has committed to play beach volleyball for Stevenson University in Maryland.






Tower Hill's Chris Aitken has picked up his 100th career coaching win for the Hillers Boy's Soccer program. It came in a 6-1 victory over MOT Charter.



Boy's Soccer



In that Tower Hill game, Tommy Vanni scored three times and George Pedrick twice. Reece Petrunich assisted on three of the Hillers 6 goals.






Jax Wintteringer scored a hat trick for Conrad as the Red Wolves beat Odyssey Charter 4-0.





Josue Hernandez and Marcus Beugre each scored three goals as the Dragons of Glasgow improve to 1-2 on the young year beating St. Elizabeth's 7-0





Klein Gyamfi booted three more goals in Middletown's 5-0 shutout win against Hodgson. Michael Prall scored the other 2 goals for the Cavaliers.





Alessio Christanett-Walker had goals and 6 other Quakers picked up a goal each as Wilmington Friends beats Wilmington Christian 10-0.








Volleyball



Anna Richardson records 25 kills for the Smyrna Eagles as they beat Padua 3 sets to 2. Caralyn Osbourne had 30 assists. This comes off a Smyrna win over Archmere and Archmere's 3-2 win over Padua last week. The Eagles are now 4-0. Cassidy Jester had 23 kills for the Pandas.






Field Hockey



Lydia Collasante scored 4 goals and Rachael Whitehead three as the Hornets of Tatnall beat their conference rival Sanford 10-0.






Drew Moffett had three goals and Kirsten Johnson had 4 assists in Smyrna's 7-0 win over Polytech.





Our Premier family will never be the same as we suffered a devastating loss of Coach Jenn Mayer last night.

Coach Jenn is the ‘CORE’ of Premier. She loved her Premier family and was happiest when she was with her Premier family in some way.

She taught her players and every player in Premier and every gym she came across with incredible passion. She didn’t care if a player was most skilled or the least skilled player in the gym. She gave every player the same level of focus and attention and she believed in each one of them. She loved sharing her knowledge and love of volleyball with all of us. She loved being on any Premier bench and cheering our girls, boys, teams and coaches on it and she was never shy about it.

As Coach Jenn battled this awful disease, one of things she missed most was being in the gym with her Premier family. She was incredibly overwhelmed by the support she received from all of our Premier family throughout her battle. We are blessed and grateful for all of our Premier family along with the rest of the volleyball community during that time and now.

While we know all of us are deeply sadden by her passing, we know that Coach Jenn would want all of us to go on live our lives to its fullest as tomorrow is never promised.

To her past players and students, Coach Jenn will be with you always guiding you and cheering you on beyond the court and the classroom. Remember once her player/student always her player/student. All of you were her pride and joy! Your gave her life purpose and meaning.

Love you , Mean it, Rest easy, Coach Jenn

Trina and MaryPat