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Vikings bats awaken late in 8-1 victory over Tatnall

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GREENVILLE – Brett Brooks had two hits and four runs batted in as St. Elizabeth took an 8-1 victory in nonconference baseball on April 26. Brooks drove in a pair of runs in each of the sixth and seventh innings, when the Vikings did all their damage.

Tatnall got on the board with a single run in the first, and Hornets starting pitcher Oliver Campbell made that stand up for most of the fast-paced game. Campbell worked out of a bit of trouble in the fourth, when David Hazelton started the inning with a long double to the fence in left-center. Hazelton reached third with one out, but St. Elizabeth could not score. Read more »

Boys action continues in final week of April

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The boys’ spring sports season wasn’t on spring break last week, with plenty of great baseball and lacrosse games. This week also includes some intriguing matchups as the month of May nears. Read more »

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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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Moyer’s ninth-inning single helps Vikings win fourth straight on diamond

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WILMINGTON – St. Elizabeth’s baseball team had at least two runners on base in six of the final seven innings of its nine-inning affair with Newark Charter on April 20, but after scoring twice in the third, the Vikings were hamstrung in every attempt to plate another. A combination of shaky baserunning, good defense and plain bad luck conspired against the home team.

But that ended in the ninth, when Nate Moyer’s check swing single to right-center scored Brett Brooks with the winning run in a 3-2 decision over the Patriots, who entered the contest at Canby Park with a six-game winning streak and ranked eighth and fifth in two of the three major statewide polls. Moyer’s hit brought jubilation – and a bit of relief – out of the Vikings, who had watched multiple other opportunities to score evaporate. 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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Fahey nets six as Vikings boys win third straight in lacrosse

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ALAPOCAS – St. Elizabeth took an early lead and was never in trouble in a 15-2 win in nonconference boys lacrosse April 12 at Alapocas Run State Park. It was the Vikings’ third win in a row. Read more »

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No. 1 vs. No. 2 baseball showdown kicks off boys sports week

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The spring sports season approaches the mid-point with some big matchups on the boys’ side, including a top-two battle in baseball. 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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Second-half pressure pays off for Raiders in 2-0 soccer triumph

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ALAPOCAS – After an evenly played first half, Ursuline took control of the pace and possession and prevailed, 2-0, over St. Elizabeth in girls soccer on a damp field under sunny blue skies April 4 at Alapocas Run State Park.

Ursuline came out firing in the second half, keeping the Vikings’ defense and keeper Avery Toper quite busy. In the 41st minute, the Raiders had a free kick deflected out by a St. Elizabeth player, and three minutes later, Martha Skehan hit a post from 25 yards out. Read more »

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Early runs lift Spartans past Vikings on diamond

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MILLTOWN – The St Mark’s Spartans scored seven runs in the first three innings as they defeated the St Elizabeth’s Vikings, 10-2, on April 4. It was the second meeting in five days between the Catholic rivals.

Joseph Anderson delivers a pitch for St. Elizabeth. (The Dialog/Jason Winchell)

Joseph Anderson delivers a pitch for St. Elizabeth. (The Dialog/Jason Winchell)

The Spartans, 5-0 and ranked first in the state, got four hits and four runs batted in from Ricky Gannett, and two hits and a pair of RBI from Austin Colmery. Billy Sullivan and Josh Venti combined for a four-hitter while striking out 15 Vikings.

The Vikings (1-3) were led by Nate Thomas, who had two hits. They play again on Friday at 4 p.m. at Canby Park against St. Andrews in a game moved from Thursday. The Spartans host Archmere on Wednesday at 4 p.m., also in a game rescheduled from Thursday.

 

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