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Thomson, Sachs lead second-ranked Hillers to sweep of Auks

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WILMINGTON – Senior Alex Thomson and junior Maddie Sachs combined for 35 kills and 31 digs to lead the second-ranked Tower Hill Hillers to a sweep of No. 6 Archmere on Oct. 5. The set scores were 25-20,25-21 and 25-15. Read more »

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Glavin’s six-goal effort paces Auks lax past Tower Hill

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CLAYMONT – Archmere trailed Tower Hill, 4-3, after one quarter of the teams’ nonconference boys lacrosse game on April 1. But a natural hat trick from senior Xavier Glavin to open the second gave the Auks a lead they would not relinquish in a 12-7 win.

Glavin’s first goal, and his second of the game, came 4:16 into the second quarter when a pass toward the net hit his stick and deflected past Hillers goalie Michael Gianforcaro. Glavin struck again just 26 seconds later. This time, on a delayed penalty call on Tower Hill, he slipped one through an opening into the net. Read more »

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Hillers mid-game burst enough for diamond win over St. Elizabeth

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WILMINGTON – Tower Hill scored three runs in the fourth and fifth innings, then held off a St. Elizabeth comeback attempt for a 6-5 win in nonconference baseball on March 29.

The Hillers trailed, 3-0, heading into their half of the fourth, when they scored three to tie. With runners on second and third with no one out, Harry Quimby scored on a fielder’s choice ground ball, with the throw to the plate slightly off line. Hugh Love followed with a run-scoring double to right, and Matthew Royner brought home the tying run with a single to left. Read more »

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Power’s heroics in goal not enough as Tower Hill ends Padua’s field hockey season

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NEWARK – After knocking six-time defending champion Cape Henlopen out of the DIAA field hockey tournament on Saturday, fourth-seeded Tower Hill entered its semifinal against top-seeded Padua at the University of Delaware’s Rullo Stadium on Nov. 15 on a high. The Hillers picked up where they left off, scoring four times in the second half to knock off the Pandas, 4-0.

Tower Hill blitzed Padua goalie Hailey Power early with seven shots on goal, but Power turned away all of them. She had five spectacular saves in the first, but Padua’s defense stabilized, and the teams entered intermission scoreless. Read more »

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Tower Hill pulls five-set upset at Padua

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WILMINGTON – Tower Hill came into Padua Academy on Oct. 5 and pulled off a volleyball upset, coming from two sets down to defeat the top-ranked Pandas, 3-2. Maddie Sachs led the way with 22 kills, while Alex Thomson added 20 for the Hillers, who lost a five-setter to the Pandas last season.

Set scores were 18-25, 22-25, 25-22, 25-17 and 15-7. Read more »

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St. Mark’s field hockey falls at Tower Hill

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WILMINGTON – Laura Taschner scored three goals, and Natalie Hobbs added a pair to lead second-ranked Tower Hill past St. Mark’s, 6-0, in field hockey on Sept. 20.

The Hillers were all over the Spartans from the start, and five minutes in, Hobbs deflected a shot from Taschner for a quick 1-0 lead. Tower kept the pressure on, including four straight penalty corners, but Spartans goalie Melina Carradin stopped several quality chances. Read more »

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Tower Hill overwhelms Archmere in girls lacrosse quarterfinals

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WILMINGTON – Tower Hill got six goals from Kiva Walsh and five goals and seven assists from Abby Manning in an 18-7 win over Archmere in a quarterfinal-round matchup in the girls’ lacrosse tournament at Tower Hill. The Hillers (13-3), seeded third, will face No. 2 Polytech in the semifinals Thursday at Wesley College in Dover.

Sixth-seeded Archmere started strong, with Delaney Dearing scoring 26 seconds into the contest. That is when Walsh and Manning went to work. Walsh scored off a feed from Manning to tie it at 1 with 21:15 left in the first half. Read more »

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Surge carries Tower Hill past Archmere in girls lacrosse

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WILMINGTON – Tower Hill, the fourth-ranked team in girls lacrosse in Delaware, used a strong second half to defeat Archmere, 15-9, on April 26. The Hillers were paced by Abby Manning, who had five goals, and Kiva Walsh, who had four.

Tower Hill scored early and often, jumping out to a 5-0 lead in the first 10 minutes. Manning got the first one man-up, and Sophie Peipher and Walsh scored in that run. Read more »

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Five by Schweizer not enough as Tower Hill defeats Spartans

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WILMINGTON – Abby Manning had six goals, while Kiva Walsh added four goals and five assists, as Tower Hill overcame an early deficit to overwhelm St. Mark’s, 18-6, in nonconference girls lacrosse on Friday afternoon. It was the Hillers’ sixth straight win after two losses to open the season. Read more »

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Revak scores five as Auks take boys lacrosse showdown

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WILMINGTON – Ben Revak continued an outstanding season by scoring five goals to lead second-ranked Archmere past No. 3 Tower Hill in boys lacrosse on April 16.

The Auks started fast as Xavier Glavin scored two and a half minutes into the first quarter. Archmere was getting most of the loose balls early, and after a Hillers turnover, Nickolas Salameda scored to make it 2-0. Revak got his first of the day with 6:04 remaining. Read more »

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