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A steamy Sunday at Delcastle Tennis Center was the setting for the local USTA Adult League Playoffs for men and women’s teams of all levels – with the winners advancing to district play in Princeton. Sunday’s matches were highlighted by an impossibly close, multi match point third-set tiebreaker in which Dana Walker and Keith Richard managed to eek by Brian Vincent and Satheesh Kumar Swaminathan 16-14 to give their Newark team a 3-2 victory over the perennially dominant Mauraders.

Congratulations to the Delaware District USTA 18 and Over teams advancing to Sectional Championships:
2.5 Women—Bevans, 3.0 Women—Racquettes ; 3.0 Men—Penn Oaks
3.5 Men —Smashers, 3.5 Women— Scorchers, 4.0 Men—3-V, 4.0 Women—Gardiner, 4.5 Men—Newark, 4.5 Women—Racquet Scientists

For more on USTA league tennis in Delaware, click here.

 

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Smyrna still unbeaten, takes Henlopen Conference title in win over Seaford

Seaford will be the first seed in the state tournament, and Smyrna is the 6th seed.

COVID cases decline; more than 200,0000 vaccines given; state continues testing

The state has created a way for people to report violations of the state's vaccine policy

UD ramps up restrictions designed keep COVID cases from continuing to climb

The university brought 4,000 students back to campus for spring and one of the new rules says they are not allowed to have visitors.
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