Middletown football defense celebrates after a big play A much-anticipated battle of the top two ranked teams in the state lived up to it’s billing for three quarters Friday night. The 4th and deciding quarter belonged to the visiting Cavaliers in a 28-14 Harvest Bowl win at Smyrna. Both teams have talented offenses and highly recruited quarterbacks but the defenses …
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Seaford will be the fifth seed in the state tournament, and Smyrna is the 6th seed.
Smyrna will face Seaford for the Henlopen Conference championship at 4 p.m. Saturday at Dover High School.
The Riders trailed by only three points early in the second quarter, then Smyrna ratcheted up the defense.
In the night’s most thrilling bout, the Riders’ Josh Harvey scored a takedown in the final seconds for a 13-12 decision over Brandon West.
Smyrna held CR 33 points below its season average of more than 85 points in their first four games.