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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 »

Field hockey, volleyball enter final full week of regular season

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Field hockey enters its final full week of the regular season, although games will continue through Nov. 2. Volleyball wraps up on Saturday with a matinee featuring Ursuline and St. Mark’s, the fourth huge match of the week between Catholic schools. Read more »

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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Big matchups await in field hockey, volleyball

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Field hockey and volleyball are – to use another sport’s term – rounding third for the regular season. Both sports have a few compelling matchups this week as the playoff picture becomes more focused. Read more »

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Volleyball showdown looms on girls schedule for the week

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A battle between the top two teams in high school volleyball comes to Wilmington on Wednesday, but that is not the only intriguing matchup on the girls’ schedule this week. Both field hockey and volleyball have entered the second half of the regular season, and the games take on added postseason implications. 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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Stoppage-time goal lifts Delcastle past St. Elizabeth

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BELVEDERE – St. Elizabeth’s soccer team leveled its Oct. 6 nonconference game at Delcastle at two goals apiece with a tally in the 78th minute, but elation turned to heartbreak when the Cougars responded with the game-winner in stoppage time for the 3-2 triumph. Read more »

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Titanic soccer match stands out on boys schedule for the week

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It’s a fairly light week in terms of soccer matches, but one stands out. Salesianum will travel to meet St. Benedict’s Prep of New Jersey, one of the few teams higher in the national rankings than the Sals. This has turned into a special rivalry over the past few seasons. On the gridiron, Archmere hits the road, while the other three Catholic school teams settle in at home. Read more »

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A few big battles scheduled this week in girls sports

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A relatively light week on the girls’ sports schedule includes some big matchups, particularly in volleyball. Read more »

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Young Vikings fall on gridiron to DMA, 42-7

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WILMINGTON – St. Elizabeth took an early lead over Delaware Military Academy when the teams met in a nonconference football game on Sept. 29, and for a quarter the Vikings stayed with the No, 2-ranked team in Division II. But DMA simply brought too much Corahn Alleyne, who scored five touchdowns in a 42-7 win at Baynard Stadium. Read more »

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