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Jarome’s all-around game paces Pandas in volleyball sweep of Spartans

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MILLTOWN – Padua’s volleyball team kept its season-opening win streak going, while handing St. Mark’s it’s first defeat of 2017 in a 3-0 win Sept. 19. The set scores in the first Catholic Conference match of the year were 25-21, 25-19 and 25-17.

A large, spirited crowd was on hand to watch the Pandas, ranked third in the state by 302Sports.com, battle the No. 4 Spartans. Both teams came into the evening with 3-0 records and just one lost set between them, as Padua defeated Newark Charter by a 3-1 score. The fans saw lots of big hits and a night full of superb defense by both teams. Read more »

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Tyre leads St. Georges field hockey past Vikings, 6-1

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WILMINGTON – Lauren Tyre had two goals and two assists to lead St. Georges Tech to a 6-1 win over St. Elizabeth in nonconference field hockey action Sept. 19 at Serviam Fied.

The Hawks, who improved to x-x, wasted little time getting on the board – twice. Mackenzie Porter opened the scoring at the 27:39 mark of the first half, depositing a crossing pass from Alyssa McGinnis into the cage. The goal was made possible by an end-to-end carry by Brandi Cox. Hope Mintzer followed three minutes later, rolling one that deflected waist-high and past Vikings goalkeeper Jill Aranilla. Read more »

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Bishop Malooly offers education to hurricane-affected students

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WILMINGTON — Students currently attending a Catholic elementary or secondary school in a hurricane-battered diocese may attend a Catholic school in the Diocese of Wilmington as a tuition-free guest for the current academic year, Bishop Malooly announced Sept. 19.

“A number of families must relocate due to the recent hurricanes, and the Diocese of Wilmington wishes to assist any who may come to Delaware or the Eastern Shore of Maryland in continuing the faith and academic development of their children while the rebuild their own lives and their homes,” said Louis De Angelo, superintendent of schools for the diocese.

The bishop wrote to the archbishops of Galveston-Houston and Miami, saying, “We recognize the tremendous work that lies ahead for relocated families, and we wish to assist them in continuing their children’s Catholic school education without tuition worries.

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The week ahead in girls sports: so many good matchups, so little time

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Whether it’s outside, watching field hockey (or soccer if you live in Maryland), or inside at a volleyball match, there’s something for girls sports fans this week. Rankings are provided by 302Sports.com. Read more »

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Boys sports features top-10 battles in soccer, football an Oblate collision

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All of the Catholic schools will be in action this week, so it’s time to get out to a game while the weather is still cooperating. Rankings are provided by 302Sports.com. Read more »

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Auks rush their way to 21-7 gridiron win at Conrad

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WILMINGTON – Archmere used a powerful ground game, rushing for a total of 277 yards in a 21-7 win over Conrad on Sept. 16. Connor Ruggieri led the way with 116 yards, while David Dewees had two touchdown runs. Read more »

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Lone goal stands up in Wilmington Charter win over St. Mark’s

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MILLTOWN – Ben Dunning scored in the 42nd minute, and that was enough for Wilmington Charter in a 1-0 win at St. Mark’s on Sept. 15. Read more »

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Vikings fall, 4-1, in battle with soccer power Caravel

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ALAPOCAS – St. Elizabeth battled Division II soccer power Caravel on Sept. 14 at Alapocas Run State Park, but the Buccaneers had too much offense and left with a 4-1 win. Benhamin Schwartz did not score for Caravel, but he picked up assists on all four. Read more »

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Ravens savor first volleyball victory under new coach

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GREENVILLE – St. Thomas More’s volleyball team had lost its first two matches of the 2017 season, and, for a bit on Sept. 14, the Ravens weren’t sure they were going to have a chance to play their third. Bus troubles delayed the team’s trip to New Castle County, and a 5:30 p.m. scheduled start moved closer to 7 p.m.

The wait was worth it, however, as the Ravens knocked off host AI. DuPont in five tough sets in the consolation round of the inaugural Tiger Classic. It was the first win for new coach Cheyenne Sanchez, and afterward, she and her lone senior, Haley Davidson, clutched the third-place trophy tight, posing for photographs with teammates and eagerly anticipating a few slices of pizza before boarding their bus back to Magnolia. Read more »

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Derick, Seemans key in Spartans sweep at Friends

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ALAPOCAS – Senior Erin Derick and sophomore Savannah Seemans combined for 24 kills, seven blocks, seven digs and 35 assists to lead St Mark’s to a sweep of Friends in nonconference volleyball on Sept. 12. The Spartans won by set scores of 25-20, 25-14 and 25-17. Read more »

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