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Auks hold line on defense in 2-0 field hockey win over Quakers

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ALAPOCAS – Defense was the order of the day on Sept. 26 when Archmere visited Wilmington Friends for a nonconference field hockey match, as the Auks scored the only two goals of the afternoon for the 2-0 victory. It was the first Archmere game this season decided by more than a single goal, and it came against an unbeaten Quakers squad that had been averaging four goals per contest.

The game took place mostly in the middle of the field during a scoreless first half. The Auks’ best opportunity came with 2:55 to go when Lauren Ross’ shot was blocked by a defender at the goal line. Read more »

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First-half scoring burst carries Raiders field hockey past Newark

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WILMINGTON – Three goals in a 1:15 span early in the first half proved to be plenty for Ursuline, as the Raiders defeated Newark, 7-0, in nonconference field hockey on Sept. 25 at Serviam Field. Caroline Taylor scored two of those goals on her way to a hat trick, and Anna Shearer added a goal and two assists. Read more »

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Top girls teams meet each other in field hockey, volleyball

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Summer has turned into fall, which means it’s the meat of the girls’ fall sports season. Some enticing matchups await this week. Read more »

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St. Mark’s trips to Archmere highlight boys sports week

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The soccer schedule is a bit light this week, but there are some intriguing matchups to watch. Football moves into the middle portion of the season, with the long-term picture starting to come into focus. Read more »

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Pandas front line helps keep volleyball unbeaten with win over Force

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WILMINGTON – The dynamic duo of senior Emily Jarome and sophomore Jess Molen combined for 36 kills to lead third-ranked Padua past fifth-ranked Wilmington Charter in nonconference volleyball on Sept. 22. The Pandas needed four sets to do it, winning 25-21, 25-21, 19-25, 25-18. Read more »

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Sals remain undefeated on pitch after shutout win at Wilmington Charter

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WILMINGTON – Salesianum and Wilmington Charter both entered their nonconfernce soccer match on the afternoon of Sept. 22 having scored 18 goals and allowed two. The Sals were undefeated, while the Force were 3-1, with only a one-goal loss.

The top-ranked Sals swarmed No. 5 Charter early and did not let up, scoring three times in the first 25 minutes on their way to an 8-0 victory on the first day of fall. Bryce Wallace led the way with a pair of goals and an assist, and the Salesianum defense held the Force to just one shot. Read more »

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Pandas control play in 2-1 field hockey win at Archmere

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CLAYMONT – Brianna Niggebrugge’s first goal of the season gave Padua a 2-0 lead 10 minutes into the second half, and that was enough as the Pandas took a 2-1 win at Archmere on Sept. 21 in Claymont. With the win, Padua – the state’s top Division I team, according to 302Sports.com – improved to 2-0 on the season.

Niggebrugge was on the doorstep to take the rebound of a saved shot, and she chipped it high into the top of the cage over the prone Auks goalkeeper, Mady McDougal. Read more »

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Frati’s 14-point service run helps Spartans in sweep of St. E’s

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MILLTOWN – St. Mark’s had a 10-5 lead in the third set of its Sept 21 volleyball match against St. Elizabeth when Grace Frati took over on serve for the Spartans. By the time the senior relinquished control, the Spartans had run off 14 consecutive points, and they completed the 3-0 sweep shortly thereafter. Read more »

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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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