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St. Mark’s Hoffman, Archmere’s DiGregorio are co-winners of DeLucia Award

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MILLTOWN – William Hoffman of St. Mark’s High School and Joseph DiGregorio of Archmere Academy have been named the recipients of the 2017 Michael DeLucia Sportsmanship Award, presented annually to a senior football player from a Delaware Catholic high school. The award, which has been given for 46 years, goes to a player “who has exemplified outstanding performance, attitude and character on and off the field.”

They received their trophies at St. Mark’s on Dec. 21.

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Five Auks find end zone in comeback win over Conrad

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WILMINGTON – The first quarter of the Oct. 22 football game between Archmere and Conrad was not yet six minutes old, and the Auks found themselves in a 13-0 hole, but Archmere found its footing – literally and figuratively – and bounced back for a 35-19 road victory. Five different Auks found the end zone on a chilly, damp late morning.

Patrick Udovich paced the Auks’ ground game, picking up 127 yards on 18 carries and one of the touchdowns. Cole Bauer and Austin Marvel each rushed for 51 and a score, while Joseph DiGregorio completed eight passes in 11 attempts for 111 yards and a touchdown. Read more »

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Auks ready for challenge to return to Division II football playoffs

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CLAYMONT — Archmere ended the 2015 football season as one of the hottest teams in the state, winning its last five games to finish at 6-4. The Auks just missed out on a Division II playoff berth.

The Auks want to start this season fast and qualify for the playoffs. This won’t be easy as they have a tough schedule, and they have to replace quarterback Chris Dewees. The good news is they bring back running backs Patrick Udovich and Daniel Bark behind a great offensive line. Udovich, a senior, says Archmere will be a different offense this year.

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