TSD Review July 20

TownSquareLIVE Weekly Review – July 20, 2023

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This Week’s Top Headlines Include: New Tower Hill head: Admin, mom, chef, poet, storyteller Tatnall grad creates line of stylish, useful pickleball bags State vehicle inspections to use more onboard diagnostics Learning Collab sets $10 million prelim. budget Naamans wins District 2 Majors championship Click on the image below to view the PDF Sonja Frey

DMA Baseball celebrates at the plat in win over Conrad photo by Nick Halliday

DMA prevails over cross-road rival Conrad

Patrick Garyantes Headlines, Sports

    Thursday afternoon was our First State Orthopedics Game of the Week between #1 DMA & #6 Conrad in a battle between two baseball titans in the state.  Both teams came into the game with 8-1 records, DMA’s defeat coming at the hands of Tower Hill, while Conrad’s lone loss came to Caravel.     DMA had their ace on …

Mount Peasant basketball Niame Scott shoots free throws during their win over Conrad photo by Nick Halliday 2

 Mount Pleasant stymies Conrad to advance

Nick Halliday Headlines, Sports

  The Mount Pleasant Green Knights proved to be too much for the Conrad Red Wolves.  The Red Wolves hosted a first round game after being named the 16 seed of the DIAA boys basketball state championship after a 15-5 season. However the Flight A Green Knights proved to be too much as the 17 seed.    After trailing by …

Conrad Basketball Coach Chris McLean talking to Vincent Starr in their win over DMA photo by Nick Halliday 2

Conrad Dominates DMA

Nick Halliday Headlines, Sports

  The Conrad Red Wolves hosted their arch rival Delaware Military Academy (DMA) Thursday night in their first matchup of the season. The two schools are separated by less than a mile and located on the same road. Since both schools opened or reopened it created an instant rivalry and last night Conrad got the better of DMA.    Conard …

Ethan Walther DMA led three of his teammates to the finish line photo courtesy of Glenn Frazer copy

DMA boys and Charter of Wilmington girls win DSAC-XC Titles

Glenn Frazer Headlines, Sports

Ethan Walther (DMA) led three of his teammates to the finish line, photo courtesy of Glenn FrazerBellevue State Park was the setting for the Diamond State Athletic Conference (DSAC) cross country championship. Ethan Walther (DMA) led three of his teammates to the finish line as the SeaHawks won the boys title with 23 points. Walther won convincingly with a time …

Appoquinimink baseball Owen Parish scores a run at frawely stadium photo by Nick Halliday

Appo returns to title game for third straight year

Glenn Frazer Headlines, Sports

Appo junior Owen Parrish smacked the 1st pitch of the game to deep left-center for a triple, propelling the Jags to an early lead they would not relinquish. Parrish scored on a wild pitch, and Chase Fleming came home on a Chad Lawrence single to give the 3rd seeded Jags a 1st inning 2-0 advantage. The bottom of the order …

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Griffing’s grand slam lifts Red Lion

Nick Halliday Headlines, Sports

Alayna Griffing hit a grand slam giving the Lions a 6-4 lead, photo by Nick Halliday Conrad went into the Lion’s Den ready to play No. 5 ranked Red Lion. The Red Wolves scored three runs  in the top of the first with an RBI single by Adriana Pesce followed by a two run home run off the bat of …

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Czarnecki leads Sallies in victory over Conrad

Nick Halliday Headlines, Sports

Zach Czarnecki of Salesianum winding up to throw a pitch in the win over Conrad, photo by Nick Halliday Zach Czarnecki of Salesianum baseball team led the Sals at the plate and on the mound. Czarnecki went all seven innings for Salesianum as he allowed five hits, one run, one walk, while striking out seven Red Wolves batters earning the …

a baseball player pitching a ball on a field

Conrad defeats Newark Charter in five 

Nick Halliday Headlines, Sports

Joseph Malinowski threw a gem on the mound for the Red Wolves tossing a 2 hit complete game shutout, photo by Nick Halliday Conrad Red Wolves proved to be too much for Newark Charter. The fifth ranked Red Wolves defeated Newark Charter in five innings by way of mercy rule 10-0 at Frawley Stadium.  The Red wolves offense scored early …