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Sals grab early lead, win third straight lacrosse title and ninth overall

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DOVER – Second-seeded Salesianum’s lacrosse team won its third straight title with a 13-5 win over fourth-seeded Cape Henlopen on June 3 at Dover High School. The Sals got a goal by Patrick Drake 15 seconds in and never trailed in winning their sixth title in the last seven years and ninth overall. Read more »

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Cape too strong in girls lacrosse final, but Spartans enjoyed fantastic run

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FREDERICA – Fourth-seeded St Mark’s enjoyed a splendid season in girls lacrosse, going from missing the tournament in 2016 to earning its third finals appearance this season. Unfortunately for the Spartans, they ran into a buzzsaw in No. 3 Cape Henlopen, who captured their ninth straight state championship with a 19-7 win on May 30 at the Delaware Turf Sports Complex in Frederica. Read more »

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Cape swims to sweep against Spartans

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MILLTOWN – Cape Henlopen’s late arrival delayed the start of the swim meet vs. St. Mark’s on Jan. 31, but the Vikings made sure the wait was worth it, as they swept the Spartans at the Western YMCA. The Cape girls won, 98-71, while the boys took a narrower victory, 90-79. Read more »

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Ravens fall in first round of state volleyball tournament

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MAGNOLIA – St. Thomas More was coming off its best-ever volleyball regular season, having won 12 of its 13 contests and earning an 11th seed and a first-round home match on Nov. 3 at Bishop Saltarelli Gymnasium. But No. 22 Delmar was not impressed, going home with a 3-0 sweep over the Ravens. The set scores were 25-18, 25-21 and 26-24.

Delmar, which earned its tournament berth as champions of the Henlopen South conference, was ready to go from the jump, taking a 9-1 first-set lead after three straight aces by Carly Covington. St. Thomas More responded, closing to within two on two occasions, both on aces. The first, to make the score 16-14 Delmar, came from Sarah Reeves, and the second was served up by Logan Hughes that made it 19-17. Read more »

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St. Mark’s walks by Cape in baseball quarters, will meet Dover in semis

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WILMINGTON – St. Mark’s scored 12 runs on only six hits to get by Cape Henlopen, 12-6, in the quarterfinal round of the state baseball tournament May 26 at Frawley Stadium. The top-seeded Spartans will face No. 4 Dover on Saturday at 7 p.m., also at Frawley.

The Spartans started scoring early, picking up two runs in the first without a hit. Tyler Kaczmarczyk led off with a walk and stole second; he scored on an error. Andrew Reich, who reached on an error, also stole second. After advancing to third on a groundout, he came home on a third-strike wild pitch to rolled too far away from the catcher. Read more »

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Third-quarter outburst carries No. 1 Sals past third-ranked Vikings

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WILMINGTON – Salesianum has the top-ranked boys lacrosse team in Delaware, but the Sals had played just one in-state team until April 22, when they hosted third-ranked Cape Henlopen at Baynard Stadium. The Sals used a big third quarter to pull away for a 17-3 win.

Cape found their pace early, winning the opening faceoff and getting a goal by Eric-Stephan Stancofski less than a minute into the game. The Vikings won the second faceoff and went into a slowdown, controlling the ball for more than half the first quarter. Read more »

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Cape Henlopen pulls upset to win boys lacross title and end Sals run

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BEAR — A standing-room crowd at Bob Peoples Stadium at Caravel Academy witnesses a tightly contested state championship boys lacrosse game Saturday night, and in the end, second-ranked Cape Henlopen had pulled off perhaps the season’s biggest upset, defeating No. 1 Salesianum, 9-7.

The loss ended Salesianum’s 46-game in-state winning streak and was the first defeat to a Delaware school since the 2010 state championship against Tower Hill. Read more »

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Top-ranked Cape Henlopen overcomes No. 2 Archmere in girls lacrosse

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CLAYMONT — Top-ranked Cape Henlopend found itself trailing No. 2 Archmere, 4-1, with 10 minutes remaining in the first half of Saturday afternoon’s girls lacrosse showdown in Claymont. But senior Allie Yeager added two goals, including one that would tie the game at four at halftime, and the Vikings opened it up in the second half for a 13-7 win.

Archmere took its last lead at 5-4 five minutes into the second half as junior Elisabeth Schlitz scored her second goal of the game, but the Vikings would tie it up again a few minutes later on a score by junior Jordan Brown. Yeager gave Cape its first lead of the contest less than a minute later, connecting for the hat trick.

The Auks would not fold, knotting it at six when sophomore Presley Conaty found the net, but the Vikings took the lead for good a minute later and scored seven of the game’s last eight tallies in the final 12 minutes.

Cape Henlopen, the five-time defending state champions, held Archmere’s Kate Payne and Amanda Olsen to a total of three goals, well below their season average.

The Auks lost for the first time in five games and are off until Friday, when they host Polytech (5-0) at 3:45 p.m. Cape is now 4-0 and travels to New Castle County again on Wednesay for a 5:30 p.m. matchup with St. Mark’s, which is 2-1.

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Upstarts join top seeds in quest for boys basketball championship

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The boys’ basketball tournament semifinals will be played Thursday night at the Bob Carpenter Center. It is an intriguing set of games, as one will pit two of the top four seeds, while the other features a pair of double-digit seeds.

No. 14 Cape Henlopen vs. No. 10 St. Georges, 6:30 p.m. Cape’s Vikings are fun to watch as they play a fast-paced style of offense. They scored 73 points against Howard on Sunday, with three seniors leading the way. Tyreik Burton had 25 points, Toney Floyd had 20 and Jonathan Warren 14.

For St. Georges, all eyes will be on sophomore Lamar Hamrick, who scored 39 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in the Hawks’ 69-66 overtime upset of second-seeded Sanford in the quarters.

The teams did not meet during the regular season, but they have two common opponents, Sanford and Sussex Tech. Cape lost to Sanford and beat Tech twice, while St. Georges beat both teams once.

No. 4 Concord vs. No. 1 Salesianum, approximately 8 p.m. The Raiders and Sals square off for the second time this season, with Concord looking for revenge after losing to the Sals at home on Feb. 8 by a 50-33 score.

Salesianum has a deep, talented roster led by senior forward Brian O’Neill and junior guard Donte DiVincenzo. Both are player-of-the-year candidates. They also get key contributions from seniors Joe McCusker and David Barone. The Sals struggled in Sunday’s quarterfinal vs. St. Elizabeth, winning by nine but playing perhaps their poorest game of the season. To beat Concord, they will need O’Neill to stay out of foul trouble and DiVincenzo to find his shot.

The unquestionable leader for Concord is senior guard Joe Cooper, who transferred from Tower Hill before this school year. Cooper scored 19 in the Raiders’ win over St. Mark’s in the quarters, including five of eight from three-point range. Another key contributor is senior guard William Chapman.

Tickets are $8 and available at diaa.ticketleap.com or at the Bob. One ticket is good for both games. The championship game is Saturday at 1 p.m., also at the Bob Carpenter Center.

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