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Megargee caps late comeback, sends Spartans into girls lacrosse semis

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MILLTOWN – St. Mark’s and Polytech played nearly 51 minutes of girls lacrosse on May 20, but the state quarterfinal matchup came down to the final 51 seconds. Facing elimination, the Spartans’ Paige Megargee tied the score in dramatic fashion with 11 seconds left in regulation, and Megargee struck again early in overtime to send fourth-seeded St. Mark’s into the semifinal round.

Afterward, the junior midfielder shed tears of joy as teammates swarmed her. “I’m so excited! I can’t breathe right now.” Read more »

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Catholic schools gear up for girls state soccer tournaments

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The girls’ soccer state tournaments start on Saturday as the Division II first round kicks off. The tournament has eight teams in Division I and 12 teams in Division II.

The Division I team to beat is the second-seeded Padua Pandas. The Pandas (12-2-1) went 12-0 against teams from the First State. In those 12 matches they outscored their opponents, 56-1. Read more »

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Seniors shine as Sals finish baseball regular season with a win

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WILMINGTON – Salesianum got big contributions from its seniors in a 7-3 senior day win over Indian River on May 18. Senior Zach Miller had two hits and drove in three runs, and the Sals’ defense turned four double plays.

The Sals (12-6) got on the board first in the second inning. Joe Setting led off with a triple, and Quinn Cassidy walked and stole second base. Senior Brett Nordmeyer then hit a one-out single, driving in both runs. Read more »

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Ravens drop heartbreaker in extra innings against Howard

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WILMINGTON – St. Thomas More took a 6-3 lead into the bottom of the seventh inning during its baseball game Thursday against Howard, but the final three outs proved elusive. Howard scored three times to tie the game, then completed the comeback with a walkoff single in the eighth and a 7-6 win in the heat at Frawley Stadium.

The seventh inning was one of close calls that did not go the Ravens’ way. A walk, double and a hit batter loaded the bases with nobody out. Austin Zarco singled home Jacob Couden with the first run to make it 6-4. Read more »

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Top seed Archmere joined by Ursuline, St. Mark’s and Padua in girls lacrosse field

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The girls’ lacrosse state tournament begins Thursday with four Catholic schools in the field of 10 teams. The Archmere Auks took the top seed thanks to winning their last 14 regular-season games.

The Auks (14-1) are led on offense by a pair of sophomores in Caroline Donovan and Kate Olsen. They also get key scoring from Riley DeBaecke and Delaney Dearing. The Auks’ defense has been stout this year, with seniors Lorin Donovan, Maggie Malloy and Camryn Howarth leading the way. Read more »

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Auks girls win 14th straight, earn top seed in lacrosse state tournament

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GREENVILLE – The second-ranked Archmere girls lacrosse team had a great day on May 15. First the Auks defeated Tatnall, 19-9, then they earned the top seed in the state tournament that starts on Thursday.

Tatnall did strike first, as Erica Hager scored early to give the Hornets their only lead. The Auks(14-1) answered quickly as Delaney Dearing scored. Riley DeBaecke, Caroline Donovan, and Kate Olsen scored in succession to give the Auks a 4-1 lead. Donovan and Dearing each added a pair of goals to give the Auks an 8-2 lead. Read more »

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‘Catholic Forum’ to feature ADL program for educators

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The Anti-Defamation League’s Bearing Witness program for Catholic school teachers, will be the topic of the May 28, edition of “Catholic Forum,” the radio program/podcast produced by the Office of Communications of the Diocese of Wilmington. The guest will be Randi Boyette, associate regional director for education at the ADL’s Philadelphia office.

Bearing Witness is a four-day professional-development program held each summer at Daylesford Abby, the Norbertine monastery in Paoli, Pa. The program was designed specifically for Catholic school educators to give them the tools and information needed to teach their students about the historic relationship between the Catholic and Jewish communities, Jews and Judaism, anti-Semitism, and the Holocaust.

The Anti-Defamation League Philadelphia office works in eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and Delaware.

“Catholic Forum” airs Sunday mornings at 9:05 on WAAI 100.9FM in Hurlock, Maryland; and at 10:05 on WDEL 101.7FM and 1150AM and www.wdel.com. After it airs on the broadcast stations, the program’s podcast is available at www.cdow.org/communications and by searching “Catholic Forum Radio” on Apple Podcasts or iHeartRadio podcasts.

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Purnell pitches, hits William Penn softball past St. Elizabeth, 4-3

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WILMINGTON – Indira Purnell scattered five hits and struck out nine, and she hit a solo home run, to lead William Penn to a 4-3 win in nonconference softball on May 15 at Canby Park.

A strong wind blew in from right field throughout the day, wreaking havoc on fly balls and resulting in a centerfielder catching one in the infield for an out, but Purnell used it to her advantage leading off the fourth. She sent a shot over the leftfielder’s head, with the wind taking the ball away from the fielder. Purnell never stopped running and easily beat the throw home to put the Colonials ahead, 2-0. Read more »

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From the Bishop: Please help support our retired priests May 21-22

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May 12, 2017

Dear Friends in Christ,

 

Currently about 30 percent of our diocesan priests are retired with many more either approaching retirement age, or working well past 70, the usual age of retirement for diocesan priests.

While a priest is in parish ministry, his salary and expenses are paid by the parish. When he retires, the Diocesan Priests’ Retirement Fund takes care of Father’s needs. Read more »

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Boys head into postseason with busy week to close regular slate

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The boys’ regular season is winding down, but this week has many intriguing matchups. Read more »

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