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As spring break ends, girls sports get back into full swing of things

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Spring break is over, and the action heats up this week in girls sports. There are some big top-10 matchups in each of the sports. Read more »

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Conrad quiets Auks offense in softball victory

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CLAYMONT – Emily Yeatman fired a three-hitter to lead the visiting Conrad Red Wolves past the Archmere Auks, 4-1, in Diamond State Athletic Conference softball on April 18.

The Red Wolves (4-4) scored a run in both the first and second innings to grab a quick 2-0 lead. Sarah Bessel and Juliana Testa, each of whom had two hits in the game, combined to get the Red Wolves the lead. Read more »

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Easter break brings no shortage of important sports matchups

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The spring sports season is a little light this week with the schools on break, but there are several key top-10 matchups. Read more »

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Force quiets Archmere bats in softball shutout

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CLAYMONT – The Wilmington Charter Force scored early and shut down the Archmere Auks’ offense in a 6-0 win on April 11.

The Force scored two runs in the first inning to jump out to a 2-0 lead. Taylor Gillis led off with a double and scored on a Jenna Volker double. Volker came around on a single by Cameron Peters. The Auks got two hits in the bottom of the first as Mackenzie Popp singled and Mady McDougal doubled. Force pitcher Payton Czerwinski, however, got out of the jam with no damage done. Read more »

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Pandas score four in second, pick up win over Concord

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PIKE CREEK – Abby Cunningham tossed seven strong innings, and Katie Twardowski scored two runs and drove in three as Padua won its second straight softball game, 7-4, over Concord on April 10 at Midway Softball Complex. The Pandas improved to 5-2 with the victory. Read more »

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A busy pre-Easter week awaits girls sports

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The girls’ spring seasons are starting to heat up, and so is the weather. This week, there are a few top-10 showdowns. Read more »

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Auks, Spartans swing hot bats in 10-7 Archmere softball win

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CLAYMONT – Archmere jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first two innings, then fought off a St. Mark’s comeback attempt in a 10-7 nonconference softball win April 7 in Claymont. Annie Penrod led the way offensively for the Auks, swatting two triples and knocking in four runs. Read more »

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Pandas rally to force extras, but fall to No. 1 Caravel in softball

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PIKE CREEK – The Padua Pandas’ softball team found itself trailing top-ranked Caravel, 6-0, after an inning and half on April 5. They rallied to tie it at eight but fell, 10-8, in eight innings at the Midway Softball Complex.

Grace Walker, who was 3 for 5 on the day, drove in the winning runs for Caravel with a single in the top of the eighth inning. The Buccaneers (2-1) scored two in the first as Walker reached on a two-out infield single. She stole second and scored on a single by Amanda Stull. Stull got home on a single by Amanda Ladzinski. The Bucs plated four runs in the second as Emily Proffitt hit a grand slam over the left-field fence. Read more »

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Girls sports feature key showdowns in busy week

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The third week of the girls spring season is loaded with key showdowns.  The weather has produce a lot of rain with more coming this week but I hope they are able to play. Read more »

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Casson’s arm, Roncone’s bat lead Vikings to first softball win

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BRANDYWINE HUNDRED – Julia Casson went the distance, allowing just three hits and striking out nine as St. Elizabeth found the win column for the first time this season with a 13-1 five-inning decision over Brandywine in nonconference softball March 30. Claudia Roncone had two hits, drove in four runs and scored three times to lead the Vikings’ offense.

St. Elizabeth wasted little time in getting on the scoreboard. Marissa Kegelman singled to open the game, taking second on a fielding error. One out later, Roncone doubled over the head of the Bulldogs’ centerfielder, scoring Kegelman. Roncone took third on the throw and scored on another error. Read more »

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