High School Sports Roundup: Week Ending May 6

Tower Hill’s Charlie Quimby allowed just two hits while striking out nine on May 4

Baseball
Tower Hill over Tatnall 
Charlie Quimby allowed just two hits while striking out nine leading Tower Hill to a 7-0 defeat of Tatnall on May 4th.  Quimby improved his record to 4-1, while throwing his second consecutive shutout.  The Hillers (11-2, 7-0) used a balanced offensive attack to sweep the season series from the Hornets (4-7, 3-3).  Quimby drove in the first two Hiller runs with a two out single in the top of the third.  The Hillers added single runs in the 5thand 6th innings before breaking the game open with 3 runs in the 7th.  

The win clinched the DISC championship for the Hillers for the fourth time in the past five years.  Oliver Campbell had both of Tatnall’s hits, including a double.

Tower Hill’s Hugh Love

Tower Hill over St. Andrews
Hugh Love picked up his fifth win of the season as his record improves to 5-0, gave up 4 hits with 6 strikeouts to pace Tower Hill to a 13-6 win over the Cardinals of St. Andrew School on May 2nd. The Hillers offense was led by Love (3-3 with 4 RBI’s), Harry Quimby (2-5 with a double and triple) and Matt Rovner with two hits. For St. Andrews, Baylen Manocha, Rick Townsend and Andrew McArthur each had two hits.

Smyrna HS over Lake Forest
Andrew Unterreiner pitched 5 strong innings, and Hunter Barr finish on the mound to complete a combined no-hitter for the Smyrna Eagles as they defeated the Spartans of Lake Forest 6-0 on May 2nd. Nate Ridgeway was 2 for 2 with 2RBI’s and a run scored. Nolan Henderson added 2RBI. Zach Zlock doubled and Max Lattomus roped a triple for the Eagles. 

Jordan Farlow struck out five Eagles over 5 innings of work for the Spartans.

Newark Charter over Archmere
Logan Vivian pitched 5 innings to get the win on the mound and Sean Kelby came in to get the save to pace Newark Charter to a 5-3 win over the Auks of Archmere. Zach Lesher was 2-3 with an rbi and 2 runs scored, Ryan Walsh had 2 rbi’s and Anthony Dalton tripled and scored for the Patriots.

Brandywine HS over McKean
Tyler Ellmore’s bases loaded double drove in three run’s, leading the Brandywine Bulldogs offense in the six-run third inning and won by an 11-1 score over the Highlanders of McKean. Michael Waterfield and Brandon Karpinski, had two hits each. McKean’s Jason Rivera had two hits and Z. Miller trippled.

Cape Henlopen over Seaford HS
Zack Gelof threw a complete game with 10 K’s to pick up the 11-1 win for the Cape Henlopen Vikings. Zach Savage was 2 for 3 with 3 RBI’s to lead the Vikings offensively. Evan Nibblett had Seaford’s 2 hits and drove him their run.

Concord over Delcastle
Brian Downey drove in Steve Cornog on a sacrifice fly in the top of 10th inning to help Concord to a 3-2 vicotry over Delcastle. Concord was lead on the mound by Nick Welch and Hunter Outten. Welch threw 7 strong innings and Outten closed the final three and picked up the win. Delcastle was lead on the mound with a great outing from Ross Preston who threw 8-innings and giving up only one earned run. The Raider offense was led by Johnny Ford’s three hits. Mark Cruser and Dillon Coughenour also added two hits apiece for the Raiders. Jared Young, Dave McGonigle and Jordan Hastings all had two hits for Delcastle.

Glasgow defeats John Dickinson HS
Three pitchers combine in no-hitter as Glasgow Dragons varsity defeats Dickinson. Glasgow defeated Dickinson 23-0 on Tuesday, as three pitchers teamed up to throw a no-hitter. Christian Custodio struck out Shawn Bullins to get the last out of the game.

The Dragons were boosted by John (Jack) McCann who went 4-for-4 at the plate. McCann tripled in the first, singled in the second, doubled in the third, and doubled in the fifth.

Glasgow captured the lead in the first inning. With one out in the first inning McCann drove in two runs when he tripled.

The Dragons scored eight runs in the third inning. The big inning was thanks to a double by Reginald Grinnell, a double by McCann, a single by Daryn Bacon, a triple by Wayne Pritchett-Watson, and a single by Jacob Zervas.

Nathan Hovis earned the win for Glasgow. He threw two and two-thirds innings, surrendering zero runs, zero hits, striking out three, and walking one. Christian Custodio recorded the last three outs to earn the save for the Dragons.

Grinnell started the game for Glasgow. He went one and one-third innings, surrendering zero runs, zero hits, striking out three, and walking zero. Michael Piccio started the game for Dickinson. He threw one and two-thirds innings, allowing nine runs, nine hits, and walking one.

The Dragons collected 21 hits. McCann, Bacon, Custodio, Kyle Ford, Hovis, Zervas, and Grinnell each collected multiple hits for Glasgow.

Dover over Milford
Dover’s Cameron Turner pitched 4 innings of relief with 3 strikeouts for the 11-7 conference win over Milford. Michael Carrington was 2-2 with 4 runs scored for Dover. Avery Tunnell and Cameron Turner were 2-3 with RBI and 2 runs scored each for the Senators. Abraham Mow was 4-4 and William Kimmel was 2-3 with RBI triple to lead the Buccaneers.

Mt. Pleasant over Newark
Trevor Jump picked up the Knights 7-1 win over the Yellowjackets of Newark allowing 1 run on 3 hits while striking out 12. Jared Munoz and Nick Sargent each had 2 hits for Mount. Mount’s Jared Rivera hit a solo home run in the second inning. Clayton Hanson singled and scored a run for Newark.

Charter School over William Penn
Jack Ford had 4 hits and scored 3 runs. David Mongeluzi and Ryan Miller had 3 hits. Tommy Steiner scored 3 runs including the go-ahead run in 4th inning to pace the Force of Charter School to a 12-5 win over the Colonials of William Penn. Alexander Palomo, Hank Wilkerson, and Matthew Hammond led the Colonial offense with 2 hits each.

Conrad over Wilmington Christian
Conrad defeated Wilmington Christian 10-0 in 5 innings. Three pitchers combined for the victory Ryan Bradigan, CJ Anderson and Tim Metzler. Ryan Bradigan earned the win. Marshall Awtry, Kyle Walker and Kyle Maxwell each had multiple hits for Conrad and Brock Nowell drove in 3 runs for Conrad.

Aaron Weber, Derek Pusey and Mateo D’Andrea combined for a 5 inning no-hitter and five different Lions hit doubles to lead the 12-0 win over DAPSS. Tyler Ward struck out 3 over 3 innings for DAPSS.

Delmarva Christian HS over St. Thomas More
Andrew Workman tossed a 7-0 win over win over St. Thomas More Ravens and pitched a complete game three hitter. Michael Briggs, Brandon Schlabach, and Wes Hobbs all had two hits in the Royals win.

Sussex Central over Indian River 
It took the Knights until the sixth inning to figure out as they defeated the rival Indians of Indian River by a 6-2 score and Knight pitcher Jason Killen who scattered 4 hits over 5 innings while striking out 5 batters. The rally started with a single from Tyler Stanley and then Trey Toppin deliver a game tying 2 run home run. Sussex Central took the lead when Kyle Briggs was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded. Vonnie Toppin added to the lead with a two RBI single with 2 outs. Tyler Stanley also added a two out RBI to stretch the lead to 4 runs. Kyle Briggs pitched great on the mound striking out 8 Indian River hitters while scattering 4 hits over 5 & 2/3 innings. Jacob Anderson lead IR going 4-4 scoring a run and knocking in one while Kevin Custis went 2-3 including a triple and scoring the other run for the Indians.

St.Elizabeth over Salesianum
David Hazelton had two hits including a two run triple in the fifth inning for St.Elizabeth and defeated the Sals of Salesianum by a 6-3 score. Patrick Harkins also had two hits for St.Elizabeth and Joseph Anderson improves his record to 3-0 pitch a complete game for the win. John Andreoli and Zach Miller had two hits each for Salesianum.

Delmar HS over Sussex Tech
Delmar’s Jimmy Adkins pitched great for the the Wildcats, going 6.1 innings allowing only 3H, 3ER and 6K’s. Christian Murphy(3-4, 3RBI) and Jimmy Adkins(2-3, 3RBI) led the Wildcats offensively along with a 13-6 win over the Ravens of Sussex Tech. Anthony Hitchcock was 3-4 with 3RBI’s for Tech.

St. Georges Tech over Hodgson
Aidan Riley threw five strong innings, giving up one hit and striking out 6 while scoring a run to pace the St. Georges Hawks to a 6-4 win over the Hodgson Silver Eagles. Jason Boc had two hits and a run score and Nate McVey had two hits, scored 3 runs, and contributed an RBI in the Hawks win. Shawn Haut had two RBIs for the Silver Eagles.

Appoquinimink over AI duPont HS
Brady Stamper allowed 2 hits while striking out 4 to earn the 14-0 win for Appoquinimink. Ryan Steckline had 3 hits, 3 RBI and 2 runs scored, Javon Fields had 2 hits and 2 runs scored, Josh Wright had 3 RBI, and Darryl Wilson had 2 hits and 2 RBI for the Jaguars.

Middletown over Wilmington Friends
Middletown’s offense scored 19 runs off 19 hits and defeated Friends 19-9. The offense was paced by 3 hit days by Eric Schwar, Brandon Rohrer, Devin McClendon, and Spencer Harbert had a double and home run and 5 RBI for M-Town. Dalton Ramsey and Will Davis each had multiple hits for Friends.

Softball
Newark Charter over Conrad: Newark Charter tallied 12 hits in 5 innings to earn the 13-3 win over Conrad. The Patriots were led by Madi Turner who was 3-3 with 2 RBI. Sierra Anderson was 2-3 with 4 RBI and Caitlin Pontak added 2 hits and 2 RBI. Cam Quirk scored 4 runs for NCS. Sarah Bessel and Skyler Poore each had 2 hits for Conrad with Emiy Yeatman knocking in 2 runs.

Delcastle over Newark
The Cougars took an early lead thanks to hits by Hannah Sargent-Yeager, Danielle Adams, and Cassidy Baiocco and defeated the Lady Yellowjackets 15-7. Sam Rios pitched a complete game and only gave up 6 hits, while Danielle Adams hit a 2-run homerun in the top of 7th to help extend Delcastle’s lead.

Charlotte Rose, Emily Barks, Eden Rose, Megan Hunter, and Aubrey Smith all had hits for Newark.

Charter over Middletown
Jordan Cooke singled for Middletown in the first inning and knocked in a run. Ashley Steiner and Casey Meyer had multiple hits on the day. Katie Watson knocked in 2 runs. Payton Czerwinski earned the 12-2 win for Charter.

Brandywine over Dickinson
Brandywine played a good game and picked up another 9-4 win over the Lady Rams of Dickinson. Lexie Paul had 2 hits including a triple and got an RBI. Kayla Blythe, Moira Flowers, Destinee Bodiford and Tori Quillen each had 2 hits and Kaybriana Campbell had a double. Sami Wulkewicz had an RBI and played a great game at 2nd base. Aleigha Miller had a couple of nice catches in center field and turned a double play. Chelsea Gbemudu pitched a great game striking out 6 and had a hit. 
Gotthold had 2 hits for Dickinson and Todd and Williams also had a hit.

Appoquinimink over Concord
Highlights: Mackenzie Short earned her 10th win of the season improving her record to 10-3 and pitched a 4 hitter while striking out 4 batters to pace the Lady Jaguars to a 13-0 win over the Lady Raiders. Offensively, the Lady Jags of Appoquinimink was lead by Andrea Johnson who had 2 hits including a 3 run homerun. The Jaguars also had big days from Mallory Weir who had 2 hits including a double and 3 RBI’s. And Rachel Durham who belted home 2 runs with 2 hits including a double. Brooke Miller finsihed the day with a 2 run triple. Sarah Raab doubled for Concord.

Tower Hill over St. Mark’s 18-5 on May 2nd. Photo credit © Steve Boyden.

Boys Lacrosse

Tower Hill over St. Mark’s: 
The Hillers got out of the gate fast and cruised to an 18-5 victory for Coach Dupont’s 200th win at Tower Hill. The offense was led by the Jamie’s— both had 7 point games with Jamie Spartin tallying 4 goals and 3 assists and Jamie Spruance recording 5 goals and 2 assists. Will Togo, Jake Hattersley and Will Corroon each had 2 goals and 2 assists at the May 2nd game.

Also, sophomore Theo Stone scored his first varsity goal. The Hillers had their second game in row where they dominated in ground balls on the grass, grabbing 40 today for a season high. The defense had 6 takeaways helped along greatly by the return of Richard Corroon from the IR. Jamie Spruance won 12 of 14 face-offs and, in a really bright spot for next year, Neel Vaddi won 7 of 10 face-offs.   

Appoquinimink over Caesar Rodney
Zach Bowen netted seven, Connor Garrison three, and Cross Ferrara, Campbell Garrison and Jackson Truitt two each to lead the Jaguars of Appoquinimink to a 16-4 win over the Riders of Caesar Rodney. 

Cape Henlopen over Tower Hill
3 goals by Pat Monigle, 2 by Luke DiAmbrogi paced the Cape Henlopen Vikings to a 8-4 win over the Hillers of Tower Hill on May 5th. The Hillers were led by Jamie Spruance and Jack Oknewski each with 2 goals. 

Archmere over Milford
6 goals by Mitchell Moyer, 3 by Cole Bauer and Xavier Glavin paced the Auks of Archmere to a 20-7 win over the Bucs of Milford. 

Newark Charter over Delmarva Christian
4 goals by Kyle Lyon and 3 by Brandon Wilson paced the Patriots of Newark Charter to a 8-0 win over the Royals of Delmarva Christian. 

Tower Hill’s Blaine Boyden in game against St. Mark’s. Photo credit © Steve Boyden.

St. Elizabeth’s over Mt. Pleasant
4 goals by Dillon Chipman, 3 by Benjamin Fahey, 2 by Kevin Marchioni paced the Vikings of St. Elizabeth to a 10-1 win over the Green Knights of Mt. Pleasant. 

Newark over St. George’s (OT)
4 goals by Tad Snook, 3 goals by Ethan Mikuta paced the Newark Yellowjackets to a 10-9 overtime win over the St. Georges Hawks. The Hawks were led by Cole Sterling with 5 goals and 4 by Cody Pheasant. 

Sanford over St. Andrews
5 goals by Tommy Bloom as he scored his 100th of his career paced the Warriors of Sanford to a 10-9 win over the Cardinals of St. Andrews. John Paris led the St. Andrews charge with 4 goals. 

Tatnall over St. Marks
7 goals by Lain Singer paced the Hornets of Tatnall to a 16-5 win over the Spartans of St. Marks. The Spartans were led by Liam Kline and Ian Noonan with 2 goals each. 

William Penn over Delcastle
6 goals by Chris Mastroloni, 5 goals by Shawn Pester, 3 by Ricardo Cabrera paced the Colonials of William Penn to a 15-14 overtime win over the Cougars of Delcastle. The Cougars were led by Tyson Bishop with 4 goals. 

Caravel over Wilmington Christian
3 goals by Zachary Wiley, 2 each by Noah Schwartz, Joshua Puharic, Connor Emmons paced the Bucs of Caravel to a 14-3 win over the Warriors of Wilmington Christian. 

Wilmington Friends over Brandywine
4 goals by Eric Pincus, 3 goals by Matthew Tornek, 2 by Peyton McNeill paced the Quakers of Wilmington Friends to an 18-2 win over the Bulldogs of Brandywine. 

Wilmington Friends over St. Andrews
6 goals by Eric Pincus, 5 by Peyton McNeill, 3 by Matthew Tornek paced the Quakers of Wilmington Friends to a 15-9 win over the Cardinals of St. Andrews. The Cardinals were led John Paris with 5 goals and 2 by Theodore Oliver. 

DMA over Tatnall
4 goals by Tim McCormick, 3 goals by Carter Klassman and Dallas Towner paced the Seahawks of Delaware Military Academy to a 11-9 win over the Hornets of Tatnall. The Hornets were led by Sam Ragland with 3 and 2 each by Beau Neff and John Downs. 

Appoquinimink over William Penn
3 goals each by Cross Ferrara, Hunter Wolhar and Jackson Truitt paced the Jags of Appoquinimink to a 21-1 win over the Colonials of William Penn. 

Concord over Mt. Pleasant
4 goals by Sean Doogan and Sean Lindenhofen, 2 by Ryan Fisher paced the Raiders of Concord to a 12-5 win over the Mt. Pleasant Green Knights. The Knights were led by Ivan Sidorek with 2 goals. 

Newark over Hodgson
3 goals by Ethan Mikuta and 2 by Michael Markland paced the Newark Yellowjackets to a 7-5 win over the Hodgson Silver Eagles. 

Brandywine over Christiana
5 goals by John Kramer and Jack Wilgus paced the Bulldogs of Brandywine to a 17-1 win over the Vikings of Christiana. 

St. Elizabeths over Conrad
7 goals by Jim Chipman paced the St. Elizabeth Vikings to a 9-5 win over the Red Wolves of Conrad. The Red Wolves were led by James Colligan and Lawrence Brown with 2 goals each.

Girls Lacrosse
Tower Hill over Sanford
3 goals by Taylor Stenz, 2 by Brianna McCoy paced the Lady Hillers of Tower Hill to an 11-6 win over the Lady Warriors of Sanford School.

Cape Henlopen over Tower Hill
3 goals by Hailey Thornburg paced the Lady Vikings of Cape Henlopen to a 17-2 win over the Hillers. 

St. Andrews over Wilmington Friends
3 goals by Reagan Meyer and Nancy Tucker, 2 each by Elisa Davila and Alex Cameron paced the Lady Cardinals of St. Andrews to a 12-8 win over the Lady Quakers of Wilmington Friends. The Lady Quakers were led by Ada Plumb and Blair Adkins each with 3 goals. 

Archmere over Ursuline
2 goals by Kate Olsen, Lauren Ross, Sydney Yanick and Olivia Baldi paced the Lady Auks of Archmere to a 10-5 win over the Lady Raiders of Ursuline. The Lady Raiders were led by Janet Schmeusser with 3 goals. 

AI du Pont over Christiana
6 goals by Rachel Henry, 2 each by Lily Danyo, Tracy Watts and Rachel Gentry paced the Lady Tigers of AI DuPont to a 12-6 win over the Lady Vikings of Christiana. The Lady Vikings were led by Destiny Davis with 3 goals. 

St. Marks over Appoquinimink
7 goals by Kendra Schweizer, 3 by Claire Estes, McKenzie Schuerman, 2 by Paige McGargee and Gabby O Neal paced the Lady Spartans of St. Marks to a 20-7 win over the Lady Jaguars of Appoquinimink. The Lady Jags were led by Taylor Lambeth and Kristin Cunningham with 3 goals. 

St. Andrews over Sanford
2 goals by Margaret Luke paced the Lady Cardinals of St. Andrews to a 7-4 win over the Lady Warriors of Sanford. Kimberly Riordan led the Lady Warriors with 4 goals. 

Newark Charter over DMA
4 goals by Samantha and Madison Karr, 2 each by Juliana Pipinos, Gabriella Soutar and Hannah Cooper paced the Lady Patriots of Newark Charter to a 15-6 win over the Lady Seahawks of Delaware Military Academy. The Lady Seahawks were led by Tiffany Flowers with 4 goals. 

Concord over AI du Pont
4 goals each by Caroline Procak and Shelby Moore paced the Lady Raiders of Concord to a 21-1 win over the Lady Tigers of AI DuPont. 

Brandywine over Glasgow
4 goals by Sylvia Pietrzak and Hannah Clay paced the Lady Bulldogs of Brandywine to a 19-0 win over the Glasgow Dragons. 

Caravel over Tatnall
13 goals by Olivia Duarte as she scored her 400th career goal paced the Lady Bucs of Caravel to a 20-9 win over the Hornets of Tatnall. 

 

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