Delaware Live week 6 top ten rankings for high school spring sports, Baseball has a new #1
Caelan Driggs scored the winning goal with just 9.7 seconds remaining in the game
The Vikings overcame a six-point fourth-quarter deficit against No. 3 Sanford with a 47-45 victory and the first-place trophy.
St. Elizabeth, the top seed, defeated No. 4 Caravel 56-25
Ethan Hinds came up with big plays all game long adding 24 points to win 61-47
The Warriors will play third seed Sanford in the second round of the tournament Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
Carver’s JaNylah Whittlesey, headed to DSU, finished with 21 points, double-digit rebounds and several assists.
The tight battle allowed St. Elizabeth to hold on to their ranking in a come-from-behind game.
Ursuline girls were ranked fifth when they beat Caravel’s third-ranked team Wednesday.
It was a fast-paced game with few fouls, but turnovers on both sides helped keep the score down.
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