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Pandas remain unbeaten with sweep of Spartans on volleyball Senior Night

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WILMINGTON – Padua’s seniors had a successful final volleyball home match on Oct. 24, fighting off a quality St. Mark’s squad in a 3-0 sweep. The Pandas took the match by scores of 25-16, 28-26, and 25-19.

Match point was delivered, naturally, by senior Emily Jarome, who crushed a ball set by her classmate, Emma Lucey. Jarome finished the evening with 20 kills and 13 digs, while Jess Molen added 17 kills and 11 digs. Katie McGonigal led the Pandas with 17 digs. Read more »

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Pandas grind out 2-0 win over Raiders

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WILMINGTON – Padua and Ursuline had to wait almost the entire season to meet on the field hockey pitch thanks to a rainout earlier this month. When they finally got together on Oct. 23, the Pandas had a slight edge, taking a 2-0 win at Serviam Field.

Katie Buczik and Ashlee Brentlinger scored for Padua, which improved to 10-1. The Pandas are ranked second in Division I by 302Sports.com. Read more »

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Playoff pictures still unclear as soccer, football roll on

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Soccer begins its final 10 days of the regular season on Monday, while the football campaign enters week eight with a bunch of variables clouding the postseason picture. Read more »

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Field hockey, volleyball enter final full week of regular season

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Field hockey enters its final full week of the regular season, although games will continue through Nov. 2. Volleyball wraps up on Saturday with a matinee featuring Ursuline and St. Mark’s, the fourth huge match of the week between Catholic schools. Read more »

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DMA takes control in second half, Alleyne scores five times in win over Spartans

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WILMINGTON – St. Mark’s used an effective running game to take a 21-14 halftime lead on Oct. 21 against Delaware Military Academy. But the Seahawks made all the necessary adjustments during the intermission, and Corahn Alleyne scored three of his five touchdowns in the second half to lead DMA to a 33-21 win at Baynard Stadium.

Meanwhile, the Seahawks’ defense closed the holes that existed in the first half, shutting down the Spartans’ offense. Read more »

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Powerful Pandas sweep Auks in top-six volleyball battle

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CLAYMONT – A near-sellout crowd turned out at Moglia Fieldhouse on Oct. 20 to see top-ranked Padua take on No. 6 Archmere, and the visiting Pandas silenced the Auks’ faithful with a 3-0 sweep. Set scores were 25-14, 25-18, 25-18.

Archmere came out hot early, taking a 5-2 lead in the first. But the Pandas used contributions from their deep roster to take control. Jess Molen was scoring with regularity on kills, and she added a few aces, and Michelle Kozicki came on to pick up points on a kill and a pair of blocks. Emily Jarome then warmed up, and the defending state player of the year made her presence known over and over and over again as setter Emma Lucey went her way all night. Read more »

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Million’s play on both sides of ball help Sals to win over Colonials

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WILMINGTON – Garrett Million was feeling like a million bucks Oct. 20, scoring on a long run and a fumble recovery as Salesianum wrapped up a four-game homestand with an impressive offensive performance, defeating William Penn, 35-21. The Sals improved to 5-2 with the win.

Million’s backfield mate, Carson Salvo, was making noise on the first Sallies scoring drive early in the second quarter. Salesianum quarterback Zach Gwynn delivered a key play, scrambling for 12 yards on a fourth-and-10 from the Colonials’ 20. Caron Salvo picked up four yards on first down, setting up a controversial call on the next play. Read more »

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Raiders overcome slow start to defeat Force

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WILMINGTON – Second-ranked Ursuline shrugged off a subpar first set to defeat No. 5 Wilmington Charter, 3-1, on Oct. 19. The set scores were 11-25, 25-17, 25-12 and 25-16. Read more »

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Caravel needs overtime to defeat Ursuline in top-five field hockey clash

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WILMINGTON – Caravel and Ursuline needed overtime to settle their battle on Oct. 19, which is not surprising considering the Buccaneers entered the contest ranked third in the state in Division II and the Raiders No. 4, according to 302Sports.com. Caravel went home victorious, getting a goal from Brynn Hawley in the extra session for the 2-1 win. Read more »

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Laurel goal in double-overtime spoils Spartans soccer comeback

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MILLTOWN – St. Mark’s soccer team climbed out of a big hole in its nonconference game against Laurel on Oct. 17, eventually sending the contest to overtime. But the Bulldogs made sure the long trip from Sussex County was worth the time, scoring in the 94th minute to head home with a thrilling 5-4 victory.

Matt Ziomek tied the contest at 3-3 early in the second half with his second goal of the afternoon, setting the stage for the exciting finish. On a Spartans counter-attack, Ziomek sent a left-footed shot from the top of the 18-yard box past Bulldogs goalkeeper Jailon Gillespie. The ball struck the post, then spun into the net. Read more »

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