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Spartans explode in second half, earn field hockey win at Tatnall

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GREENVILLE – St. Mark’s exploded for four second-half goals and played lockdown defense for 60 minutes in a 4-0 nonconference field hockey win Oct. 16 at Tatnall. Four different players scored for the Spartans. Read more »

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Gattuso goal spurs Auks to 2-0 win over Tatnall

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CLAYMONT – Archmere overcame a sluggish start on Oct. 13 at home against Tatnall, scoring once in each half to take a 2-0 win in nonconference boys soccer. The Auks remain hot and are now 4-0-1 in their last five. Read more »

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Auks girls win 14th straight, earn top seed in lacrosse state tournament

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GREENVILLE – The second-ranked Archmere girls lacrosse team had a great day on May 15. First the Auks defeated Tatnall, 19-9, then they earned the top seed in the state tournament that starts on Thursday.

Tatnall did strike first, as Erica Hager scored early to give the Hornets their only lead. The Auks(14-1) answered quickly as Delaney Dearing scored. Riley DeBaecke, Caroline Donovan, and Kate Olsen scored in succession to give the Auks a 4-1 lead. Donovan and Dearing each added a pair of goals to give the Auks an 8-2 lead. Read more »

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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 »

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Ravens run out to big early lead, earn victory at Tatnall

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GREENVILLE – St. Thomas More rode a dominating first half in a 47-35 nonconference girls basketball win Feb. 2 at Tatnall. Read more »

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Raiders stay unbeaten in pool with win over Tatnall

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WILMINGTON – Eighth-grader Grace Smith won two individual events and was part of a winning relay team as Ursuline won its second dual meet in as many days. The defending state champion Raiders took care of Tatnall, 106-67, on Feb. 18 at the H. Fletcher Brown Boys & Girls Club in Wilmington. Read more »

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Sals build big lead, hold off Tatnall to improve to 4-0

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WILMINGTON – The Salesianum basketball team built a big lead, then held off the visiting Tatnall Hornets, 56-50, on Dec. 17. It was Silent Night. and the home crowd remained quiet until the Sals scored seven points.

That meant the crowd could not cheer a monster two-handed slam dunk by Sallies sophomore Tariq Ingraham with the score tied, 4-4. Ingraham was fouled on the play and made the free throw, and the sold-out student section went nuts since it was the seventh point. The Sals ended the first quarter on an 11-0 run to lead 15-4.

basketballSalesianum stayed hot to open the second quarter as Michael Kempski hit a long two followed by a deep three to start a 12-4 second-quarter run, pushing the lead to 27-8. The Hornets made a late first-half run to cut it to 33-18 at the half.

The Sals got more timely three-point shooting in the third. Kempski hit a deep triple, and Jack Brown hit his third three-pointer of the game as the Sals extended the lead to 44-27. The Hornets got some momentum going into the last quarter by scoring the last four points in the third to cut it to 44-31. Senior Nick Cutrona scored nine straight in the fourth quarter to cut the Sals’ lead to 50-45 with 2:26 left.  Sallies senior Joe Novak hit a big three-pointer after a timeout to give the home team an eight-point lead. The Sals hit their free throws down the stretch to improve to 4-0.

Jack Brown led the team with 14 points, while Ingraham added 13, including nine of 12 from the foul line. The Sals play Our Savior New American School from New York in New Jersey on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. The Hornets got 20 from Cutrona and play in the Middletown tournament after Christmas.

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Pandas down Tatnall for first win of season

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GREENVILLE – Members of the Padua basketball community knew this season would be a learning experience during which the young Pandas would get a whole lot of on-the-job training. They passed one test on Dec. 13, overcoming foul trouble and some spotty shooting to take a 32-24 win at Tatnall. Read more »

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Auks overpower Tatnall, return to volleyball semifinals

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MILLTOWN – Second-seeded Archmere reached the volleyball tournament semifinal round with a sweep of No. 10 Tatnall on Nov. 8 at St. Mark’s High School. The set scores were 25-15, 25-18 and 25-19. Freshman Julia Kochie led the way for the Auks with 12 kills and 10 digs.

The Auks scored the first six points of the match as the Hornets were adjusting to the atmosphere. Tatnall responded with the next five behind the strong play of Lindsay Moyer, but Archmere came back with an 11-6 run to take the 17-11 lead. Lexi Kelly and Jade Bryant had big kills during that run, but it was Grace Merritt who closed out the set with a kill. Read more »

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Late touchdown dooms Auks on road at Tatnall, 22-18

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GREENVILLE – It took Tatnall’s football team five minutes to score on the Hornets’ last drive of the game Sept. 24 against Archmere, but the rewards were worth the wait. The final play from the Hornets was a screen pass from Carl Marvin to Sam Ragland, and the senior running back took it 17 yards to the end zone to give Tatnall a 22-18 win over the Auks in nonconference action.

It was the third touchdown on the afternoon for the elusive Ragland, and the first through the air. Tatnall improved to 2-1 while ending the Auks’ seven-game winning streak dating back to the middle of last season. Read more »

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