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Playoffs have arrived for soccer, while football wraps regular season

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Leading off with football, that sport has reached week 10 of the regular season. The teams will find out next weekend if they will be playing in the postseason. The Division II soccer tournament features a matchup between two Catholic schools. Read more »

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Soccer regular season concludes, while football powers collide at Baynard

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It’s crunch time for soccer, as the regular season ends Thursday, and playoff seeding will be announced before the end of the week. The Division II tournament begins Saturday, with St. Mark’s and Archmere likely participants. The Division I tournament, headed by Salesianum, kicks off next week. Football, meanwhile, features a matchup of two of the state’s best in a highly anticipated matchup. 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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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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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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Soccer enters home stretch, while football continues with big battles

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The week in soccer includes a visit from a surprising contender from Sussex County, while Catholic school football teams keep eyes on the postseason. Read more »

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Sals come up just short in football showdown with top-ranked Middletown

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WILMINGTON – Salesianum had a 13-0 lead over top-ranked Middletown midway through the second quarter of the teams’ football showdown on Oct. 13, but the visiting Cavaliers scored three different ways on their way to a 19-13 win in front of a sellout crowd at Baynard Stadium.

The teams were tied at 13 when the second-ranked Sals sacked Middletown quarterback Drew Fry on a fourth-and-six deep in Salesianum territory with 4:47 to go in the third quarter. On the second play of the Sals’ possession, however, Cavaliers defensive back Tamar Teagle stepped in front of a Zach Gwynn pass and returned it 40 yards for the decisive touchdown. Read more »

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Excitement builds as top teams meet in both soccer and football this week

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If you’re a fan of top teams getting together, this is the week for you in both soccer and football. Top-ranked Salesianum is home for both of those contests, hosting second-ranked Appoquinimink in soccer on Saturday hours after the No. 1 football team in Delaware, Middletown, visits on Friday night. The week also features a trip to a pro venue for one of the Catholic schools. Read more »

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Caravel too strong for Archmere in rare Sunday night gridiron battle

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BEAR – Archmere and Caravel played football the night of Oct. 8 after a two-day delay, and for a half the Auks hung with the host Buccaneers. But Caravel opened the second half with a xx-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, and the Bucs went on to a 35-9 victory.

On their first possession, Caravel used a steady diet of runs to march down the field. Mandela Montgomery was the featured back, and he ended the drive with an 11-yard run around right end, going untouched for the touchdown. Read more »

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Sals ground out win, turn attention to top-ranked Middletown

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WILMINGTON – Salesianum, ranked second in the 302 Sports top 10, scored four rushing touchdowns and held off visiting Episcopal Academy (Pa.), 28-20, on Oct. 7. The Sals improved to 4-1 and will host No. 1 Middletown on Friday the 13th and looked to pass this test against a strong opponent. Read more »

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