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3 touchdown runs by Sal Viscount pace Sals to win

By David A. Willauer-Staff Reporter-Baynard Stadium-Wilmington, DE: The Sals of Salesianum improve their record to 2-0 on the season as running back Sal Viscount (24 carries 225 yards) scored 3 touchdown runs of 1, 35 and 80 yards along with qb William Salus’ 1 yard quarterback sneak defeated the Colonials of William Penn by a 28-6 score. Fullback John Prisco 14 times for 83 yards.

The Colonials scored their only touchdown with 2:05 left in the first quarter as Rob Pryor (4 carries for 20 yards) scored on a 15 yard run with the PAT failed to go within 7-6.

Sal Viscount Salesianum tailback: “We came fired up and knew that William Penn is a good team this year.” “On the 2 long touchdown plays I used a slant left which was one of our plays it was an open hole where I went on the outside and stepped up for us.” “Sallies is a running football team and tried to open up the air game but it didn’t work for us, it feels good when I get the bulk of the carry it’s Salesianum football tradition.”

Billy DiNardo Salesianum head football coach: “It was a huge win for us against William Penn as they’re our traditional rivals here and you will get a hard nose game and improved in the second week of the season, we struggled with them but I was happy how our kids responded to our mistakes.” In the 3rd quarter, I was disappointed with a lot of penalties and turnovers.” “I was pleased with Sal Viscount’s performance today as he can break a basic play and showed it in the first half.”

For William Penn at 1-1, Brian Fields led with 16 carries for 51 yards Mel Robinson 2 completions out of 9 attempts for 31 yards 2 interceptions will be at Charter School next Saturday in Wilmington



Delaware Volleyball Falls From Unbeaten Ranks, Drop 3-0 Decision to
Hofstra

DATE: September 21, 2006
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HEMPSTEAD, NY -- A perfect season for the University of Delaware volleyball
team came to an end Thursday evening as host Hofstra knocked off the Blue
Hens by a 3-0 score. Delaware lost for the first time this season to fall to
12-1
(3-1 Colonial Athletic Association.

Coming into tonight’s match the Hens were one of only 10 Division I teams left
in the country without a loss. The 12 striaght victories to start the season
easily
surpassed the 1976 team that started 7-0 to set the shool record.

For Delaware, senior Heather Ranck had 17 digs while Colleen Walsh posted a
game-high 13 kills. Junior setter Megan Welch added a team-high 33 assists
and Kelly Gibson recorded 11 kills to go along with nine digs.

Hofstra (8-5, 4-0 CAA) brought a balanced attack as five players contributed over nine kills and four were in double figures. Leading the way for the Pride
was Lauren Engle who tallied 11 kills and added 14 digs.

The Hens will be back in action next Friday when they return home to continue
CAA play against UNC-Wilmington. Match time is set for 7 p.m. at Viera Court.


AGATE:

Hofstra def. Delaware, 3-0 (30-16, 30-27, 30-26)

Hofstra (8-5, 4-0 CAA)- (Kills-aces-blocks) - Beyersdorff 9-0-7, Ogoshi 3-1-1,
Engle 11-0-2, Rivera 10-0-0, Schaefer 10-0-5, Curley 10-1-3, Durakis 0-3-0,
Calinda 0-0-0, Totals 53-5-18

Delaware (12-1, 3-1 CAA) - (Kills-aces-blocks) - Walsh 13-0-2, Gibson
11-0-1, Welch 0-2-1, LaLonde 2-0-2, Matthias 2-0-4, Wiker 5-0-2, Barry
0-2-0, Rand 0-0-1, McCormack 2-0-0, Ranck 0-0-0, Totals 35-4-13






WILDCATS SWEPT BY GOLDEY-BEACOM IN VOLLEYBALL
NEW CASTLE, DE – The Wildcats of Wilmington College were swept by the visiting Lightning of Goldey-Beacom College, 3-0 (27-30, 20-30, and 24-30) in CACC volleyball action on Monday evening at the Pratt Gymnasium.
Wilmington was led by senior outside hitter Kristin Wiedeman’s 10 kills and 19 digs. Freshman libero Jodie Fridinger added 28 digs, while fellow freshman Katie Mason, a middle hitter chipped in with nine kills, six digs, and four blocks. Junior setter Cheyann Gilroy had 21 assists and 13 digs for the Wildcats.
Goldey-Beacom was paced by Ashley Carberry’s match-high 15 kills. Adrienne Melvin added 11 kills and 27 digs, while Danielle Hicks had 36 assists and 13 digs for the Lightning.
Following the game, Wilmington dropped to 2-2 in the CACC and 2-14 overall, while Goldey-Beacom improved to 3-1 in the conference and 4-8 on the year. The Wildcats return to action on Wednesday afternoon when they host the Rams of Philadelphia University in a CACC match-up beginning at 7:00 PM.



 University of Delaware Football Takes Part in First Scrimmage
of the Pre-Season

DATE: August 19, 2006
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NEWARK, DE -- The University of Delaware football squad took part in its
first official scrimmage of the pre-season Saturday afternoon at
Delaware Stadium.

The Blue Hens scrimmaged for over nearly two hours before a crowd of
about 500 spectators and took part in over 100 plays from scrimmage. The
team also worked on kickoff coverage, field goals, goal-0line defense,
and the two-minute offense.

“The offense really stepped up today,” said head coach K.C. Keeler,
whose team will open the season Sept. 9 at home vs. West Chester. “Our
defense has dominated the first five or six days of practice but today
the offense was impressive. They did some very good things and we liked
what we saw. It’s a process and we learned some good things about some
kids. We have an energetic group and competed very well and we got a lot
done today.”

The starting quarterback job is still up for grabs with senior Ryan
Carty and junior Joe Flacco splitting nearly 90 snaps. Freshman Sean
Scanlon also saw about 15 plays from scrimmage.

Flacco threw touchdown passes to tight ends Mike Mailey and Robbie
Agnone, a 35-yard score to freshman wide receiver Mark Mackey, and one
to wide receiver Jon Heydt. Junior All-American running back Omar Cuff
also scored on a one-yard dive early in the session. Kicker Zach Hobby
attempted five field goals and hit one from 52 yards and two others from
27 yards. Among the top defensive performances were put in by true
freshman defensive lineman Justin Johnson.

“We have great a competition at the quarterback position,” said Keeler.
“We are very fortunate to have two very good players competing at that
position and that’s important to have that in this league. Good
competition like that makes everyone better, not just at the quarterback
position. We are still make evaluations, but it won’t be long until we
make a decision on the starter.”

Keeler was also quick to praise the play of the newcomers.

“We have a young team and we’ve been happy with the play of some of the
newcomers,” he said. “They have picked up the tempo and we feel that
several of them will be able to play right away. Justin (Johnson) is
someone who will play right away. He has good quickness and really has
some nasty in him. We need help at that position and he’ll play right
away and could compete for a starting spot.”




By David A. Willauer-Staff Reporter-Wesley College-Dover, DE:

For their first time in history of the Padua Academy soccer program, after the Lady Tigers of Alexis I DuPont won 5 state overall titles and 4 titles by the Lady Spartans of St. Marks, the Lady Pandas on a goal by Jr. Brittiny Rhodes at 45:30 which hit off her knee on a corner volley on the upper right side of the net assisted by sister and So Kortney Rhodes defeated the Spartans of St. Marks by a 1-0 score to claim the 2006 Girls State Soccer title.

Brittiny Rhodes on her only goal: "It was very exciting very happy to win for our seniors go out every game and give it our best for them." "The last time that we played St. Marks we won by a 2-1 score that game was in the past for us but I knew look forward to the state title, our seniors wanted to win this was exciting." "On my goal our outside mids worked hard to get the ball up the field, when we got the corner kick, I raised my hand and told Kortney to look for someone's head as she hit the ball directly at me 2 defenders for St. Marks Megan Watson was looking for me along with teammate Megan Bastianelli both went up and I stuck my right knee to hit the ball to the net." "The second half really helped us out more since Coach Scott got us pumped more you have to go hard for him."

Sister Kortney Rhodes on the assist: "Everytime I hit a corner inside the box just put in the frame of the goal that way if the a defender hits it off it is going towards the goal, I look for my sister Brittiny or anyone who is open and she happened to be wide open on the goal and I knew that she had put the ball away.
1H 2H TL
St. Marks 0 0 0
Padua 0 1 1

45:30 2H: Brittiny Rhoades goal Kortney Rhodes assist Padua 1-0

Saves: Padua: Caitlyn Lafferty 9 St. Marks: Megan Bastianelli 8

Past Girls State Soccer Champions
1996 AI DuPont
1997 AI DuPont
1998 AI DuPont
1999 AI DuPont
2000 St. Marks
2001 St. Marks
2002 St. Marks
2003 St. Marks
2004 AI DuPont
2005 Charter
2006 Padua





2006 Diamond State Games Girl's Volleyball Results
Gold- Brandywine Bombers - Wilmington, DE
Silver - St. Marks Spartans - Wilmington, DE
Bronze - Williamstown Braves - Williamstown, NJ
Scores - Bold print=winner

Court 1
Home
Away
Winner/Score
Bombers
Newark
30-23
St. Marks
Williamstown
30-25
St. Marks
Dover
30-9
Newark
Williamstown
30-24
Rahway
Dover
30-26
Newark
St. Marks
30-19
Dover
Bombers
30-10
Williamstown
Bombers
31-29
#3 Bombers
#6 Dover
25-18 25-17
Playoffs
#2 Williamstown
#3 Bombers
26-28 25-19 15-11
Williamstown
Newark
25-21 25-12
Bronze Medal Game
Court 2
Home
Away
Winner/Score
Rahway
Williamstown
30-16
Dover
Newark
30-23
Newark
Rahway
30-28
Bombers
Rahway
30-27
Bombers
St. Marks
30-28
Williamstown
Dover
30-11
St. Marks
Rahway
30-22
#4 Rahway
#5 Newark
25-9 17-25 15-6
Playoffs
#1 St. Marks
#5 Newark
25-11 25-15
St.Marks
Bombers
16-25 25-20 15-11
Gold Medal Match
18U
Williamstown Braves - Grenloch, NJ
Central Jersey - Rahway, NJ
Brandywine Bombers - Wilmington, DE
NHS Yellowjackets - Newark, DE
Spartans - Wilmington, DE
Dover Lightning


Wilmington College Cross-Country Announces 2006 Recruiting Class
NEW CASTLE, DE – Wilmington College Cross-Country Coach Keith Jones is pleased to announce his recruiting class for the upcoming 2006 season.
The Wildcats have announced the following athletes have signed NCAA letters of intent to run at Wilmington College. Joining the men’s team are red-shirt freshman Joe Debus (Charter/Middletown, DE), and true freshmen Mike Disney (C. Milton Wright/Bel Air, MD), Danny Segars (Salesianum/Wilmington, DE), Scott Higgins (St. Mark’s/Chesapeake City, MD), and Pat Cannon (Neshaminy/Levittown, PA). The women’s team will add Danielle Burcham (C. Milton Wright/Bel Air, MD) and Mary Kate McCaffery (Padua Academy/Wilmington, DE).
Joe Debus is a former All-State selection from the Charter School of Wilmington, who finished third in the Division I State Meet in 2004. Mike Disney comes to the Wildcats from C. Milton Wright High School where he was named to the All-Harford County Team. Danny Segars of Salesianum High School finished seventh in the Division I State Meet this past season and was awarded All-State honors. Scott Higgins hails from St. Mark’s High School and was among the top 25 finishers at the Division I State Meet. Finally, Pat Cannon joins the squad from Neshaminy High School, where he placed in the top 120 runners at the Pennsylvania District I Meet.
On the women’s side, Danielle Burcham joins the team from C. Milton Wright High School. Burcham was an All-Harford County selection and finished 19th at the Maryland State Finals. Mary Kate McCaffery comes to the Wildcats from Padua Academy where she placed fifth in the Division I State Meet and was awarded All-State honors.
“We are thrilled to have these seven runners join us and look forward to their arrival in August”, stated Jones. He added, “This is probably the best recruiting class I have ever brought in, and I believe that these additions propel our squads into immediate contention to win the CACC titles.”
Wilmington College is an NCAA Division II institution that competes in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference. The Wildcat men finished the 2005 season with a fifth place showing at the CACC Championships while the women recorded a fourth place finish at the conference meet.


Lacrosse News

3-22-06 News: Boys Lacrosse: The Bulldogs of Brandywine High opened up the
2006 lax season defeated the Dragons of Glasgow by a 16-1 score.
Jake Fratella led the Bulldogs with 4 goals and 2 assists, Connor Hayes
 contributed with 2 goals and 3 assists and Paul Levine had a goal and 5 assists for Brandywine.

Ian Stewart and Will Hearing’s 3 goals paced Sussex Tech to a 7-6 win over Polytech.

5 goals 6 assists by Sean Coveleski, 5 goals paced the Riders to a 16-2 victory
 over the Milford Bucs. Brian Spriglia and Kevin Denman added 2 goals each for CR.

Girls Lax: Megan Johnson’s and Courtney Schweizer’s 4 goals and 2 assists
 paced the Spartans of St. Marks to a 13-3 win over the Dragons of Glasgow.

C. Rozkowski’s 3 goals paced the Auks of Archmere to a 12-11 victory
over the Raiders of Ursuline. Jess Bunnell and NJ Drake each scored 5 for Ursuline in the loss.







Softball News

3-22-06 Katie Warrington pitched a no hitter and improves her record to 1-0 to pace Red Lion Christian to a 15-1 win over Ursuline for a no hitter. Ashley Bensinger, Rebecca Creighton and Sam Shivock each scored three runs for Red Lion.

Amanda Graham pitched a 2 hitter with 14 strikeouts improves her record to 1-0 to pace Delcastle to a 11-1 win over St. Thomas More. Jayne Weaver had 2 hits and 3 rbi’s for Delcastle while Renee Pergeorelis had 2 hits including a double and an rbi. Lauren Green also had an rbi for Delcastle which totaled 11 hits.

Brittany Ruark, 0-1 recorded 16 strikeouts as Delmar was defeated by Nandua of VA by a 4-2 score. Lauren Ellis and Erin Tingle each scored for Delmar in the loss. Nandua’s Cheryl harte struckout 14 Wildcat batters.

The Lady Vikings of Cape Henlopen defeated the Concord Raiders by a 5-0 score. Laura Olenderski went 2 for 3 with an rbi and Becca Bernheimer was 1 for 2 with an rbi.

3-23-06: Kim Lawrence pitched a one hitter (1-0) strikeout 12 Knight batter while teammate lauren Orlando had two rbi’s and scored 2 runs to pace the Highlanders of McKean to a 10-0 win over the Lady Knights of Mt. Pleasant. Heather Bush went 3 for 3 for McKean.

3-23-06: Sarah Powell went 3 for 4 with three home runs including a grand slam and eight rbi’s to pace the Indians of Indian River to a 16-3 victory over the Spartans of St. Marks in a five inning contest. Ashley Gebuart went 2 for 3 for the Spartans in the loss.

Haley Kavalek tripled and rove in three runs to lead the Lady Cavaliers of Middletown to a 11-0 win over the Dragons of Glasgow. Courtney Kuhl (1-0 winning pitcher) and Caitlyn Gravenor combined on a three hit shutout. Kelly Abbott had two hits for Glasgow in the loss.

Jenna Ranauto, Erica Ponchalek, Ashley Paige and Lauren Szymanski each had two hits to pace the Silver Eagles of Hodgson to a 12-2 win over the Yellowjackets of Newark. Jenna Ranauto struck out six batters in five innings and gets the win at 1-0 along with Ashley Paige and Erica Shinn each had a double for the Silver Eagles in the win.

Natalie Painter recorded eight strikeouts for Delmarva Christian for her first win of the season at 1-0 as they defeated Dickinson by a 7-3 score. Heather Hitchens and Rachel Wooten each had rbi’s while Chloe Johnson had two hits for Delmarva Christian.

Laura Vitalo’s 1-0 win along with 13 strikeouts along with a home run paced the Lady Colonials to a 10-2 win over the Vikings of Christiana. Caitlin Burris had three hits including two doubles with three rbi’s and three runs scored.

Emily Malloy and Lauren Bourden each with three hits and three rbi’s to pace Wilmington Christian to a 23-13 win over the Tigers of Alexis I DuPont.

Arylenna Laboy went 3 for 4 with a double and an rbi while Jayme Weaver went 3 for 4 for Delcastle as they defeated the Force of Charter School by a 7-5 score. Weaver singled home Laboy in the bottom of the sixth to give the Lady Cougars a 6-5 lead, and Ashley Robbins followed with a single to make it 7-5.



3-24-2006 News: 4 goals by Devon Moser paced the Glasgow Dragons to a 12-2 victory over the Cavaliers of Middletown.

Lauren Huber posted four goals and three assists to paced the Tigers of AI DuPont to an 11-10 victory over the Force of Charter. Gabi Hilk also scored four for the Tigers in the win.

Amy Williams socred seven goals and also had two assists to lead Brandywine to a 13-1 win over the Yellowjackets of Newark. Chelsea James and Jaclyn Patterson each had two goals for the Bulldogs. Michelle Murtha recorded 5 saves for Brandywine in the win.


Girls Lacrosse News

3-23-2006 News: Senior Amy Williams scored the thing goal with 2:35 left and the game winner with 18 seconds left as Brandywine rallied from four goals down to edge the Tigers of Alexis I duPont by a 13-12 score. Amy Williams tallied eight goals and two assists for the Bulldogs while teammate Jackie Patterson had three goals. Gabi Hilk had three goals for the Tigers in the loss.


3-25-2006 News: Brianna Faust had eight goals and Mary Sing had five goals along with Laura Carpenter’s 2 goals and an assist paced the Lady Vikings of Cape Henlopen to a 16-7 win over Archmere. Lillie Lingo had a goal and an assist for the Vikings in the win. Meredith Freeborn and Caroline Roskowski each scored three goals for the Auks in the loss.


3-24-06 News: Kim Lawrence struck out 13 batters to improve her record at 2-0 to pace Mckean to a 7-0 victory over Red Lion Christian. Heather Bush drove in three runs with a triple in the bottom of the sixth inning for the Highlanders.

Sara Powell’s two run homer in the bottom of the fifth provided the game winning hit. Kathryn Riley tossed a three hitter with eight strikeouts to improve her record to 1-0. She allowed no hits over the last six innings after giving up four runs in the top of the first. Draper had a two run single for Seaford.

Brittany Bailey had five strikeouts and went 3 for 4 with a double as her record goes to 1-1. Amber Covey went 4 for 4 with three runs scored. Kristen Balbow and Tina Johnson each doubled for Christiana as they defeated Wilmington Christian by a 8-4 score. Emily Malloy went 2 for 3 with two runs scored for Wilmington Christian.

Amanda Deloy had a rbi triple and Laura Olenderski added an rbi fir Cape Henlopen as they defeated Delmar by a 3-1 score.

On Wednesday, Brittany Ruark strikeout 16 Nandua batters as her record improves her record to 1-0 as Delmar defeated Nandua by a 2-1 score. Lauren Ellis and Erin Tingle each scored for the Wildcats. Nandua’s Cheryl Harte struck out 14 Delmar batters.

Baseball News

3-22-06 News: Hodgson scored the winning run on a throwing error in the top of the seventh. Donnie Witte belted a two run single to tie the game at 3-3 in the sixth inning for the Silver Eagles. Sean McDevitt for Red Lion Christian allowed two hits took the loss at 0-1. Jerry McLaughlin had seven strikeouts for Hodgson as his record goes to 1-0. Matt Betts went 2 for 3 for Hodgson and Joe Feeley went 2 for 4 for Red Lion

Jon Lust pitched a 2 hitter to improve his record to 1-0 on the season to pace the Riders of Caesar Rodney to a 13-0 victory over St. Elizabeth which ended after 5 innings. Jimmy Brittingham went 4 for 4 with 2 runs scored. Joey Babuca went 2 for 3 with two doubles and three runs scored for the Riders.

Head Baseball Coach Larry Wheeler made his debut at Delaware Military Academy as they defeated Delmarva Christian by a 24-0 win after 5 innings. Josh Barnhart and Dave Toribio each went 4 for 4 for DMA. Pat Liberatore went 3 for 4 with three triples and four rbi’s. Dan Anderson gets the win at 1-0 and Wayne Leonard combined on a five inning no hitter. Dan Anderson also recorded six strikeouts and Wayne Leonard recorded 3 strikeouts.

3-23-06 News: Ben Jones had seven strikeouts in five innings as his record goes to 1-0 while Josh Clark went 3 for 4 with a triple and Dan Powell had a double for Wilmington Christian as they defeated Howard by a 13-3 score. Unitas Todd went 3 for 3 for Howard in the loss.

Cameron Sianni pitched a two hitter striking out 10 batters to improve his record to 1-0 paced the Highlanders of McKean to a 7-0 win over Mt. Pleasant. Saienni also contributed with a double, a triple and two runs scored. Kyle Orensky had two hits and three rbi’s hitting a two run homer. Clarke Kania and Mark Oneschuck each had two hits for McKean in the win.

Ben Farley’s rbi single capped a two run Sals rally to break a 1-1 tie in the top of the sixth as they defeated the Rams of Dickinson by a 3-2 score. The first run scored on an error. Dan Schafferman’s rbi single in the bottom of the sixth brought Dickinson back within a run. Jack Murphy had nine strikeouts for the Sals as his record goes to 1-0. Dan Larosa had two hits for the Sals.

Ryan Ellis pitched a two hitter with five strikeouts and no walks as his record goes to 1-0 to pace the Middletown Cavaliers to a 12-0 win over the Dragons of Glasgow. Chris Yermal, Jason Bennett and Jeremy Graney each had doubles for the Cavaliers.

Rich Schuler went 3 for 4 with three stolen bases and two runs to pace the Bucs of Caravel to an 11-4 win over the Newark Yellowjackets. Josh Culler (1-0) won his season opener, striking out 7 Jacket batters in 4 innings. Caravel’s Jorge Quiles went 3 for 4 with a double. Caravel pitching held Newark to four hits as Keegan Ashbee gave up one hit in three innings.

Matt Williamson slammed a thre run home ruun and Josh Dean added two triples to pace the Indians of Indian River to a 7-2 win over St. Marks. Trevor Abbott 1-0 struck out 13 strikeouts for the Indians. Andrew Baker hit a two run homer for St. Marks.

Archmere pitchers allowed one infield hit and struck out 12 batters with 1 walk as they defeated St. Thomas More by a 10-0 score. Kyle Brown had three hits and Kevin Shields and Nick Yanchullis each had two hits for the Auks in the win.

3-24-06 News: Sean Tappan struck out eight batters in six innings improves his record to 1-0 and contributed with an rbi single to pace the Vikings of Cape Henlopen to a 6-1 win over the Wildcats of Delmar. James Gill went 2 for 3 with an rbi single and relieved in the seventh inning to close out the win.

Pinch runner Kyle Brimmer scored on a bases loaded grounder by pitcher Josh Lee (also gets the winner at 1-0) with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning paced the Sussex Central Knights to a 5-4 win over the Milford Buccaneers. Brimmer was running for DJ long, who doubled to lead off the inning. Scott Aiken had two rbi’s while Lee and CJ Bell had one each for the Knights in the win.

Colin Warner pitched a four hitter and went 2 for 2 at the plate improves his record to 1-0 as the Indians of Indian River defeated Seaford by a 6-2 score. Mike Casale went 2 for 4 with a double and three rbi’s while Luis Barrentos went 2 for 4 with a double for the Indians. Seth Hastings had an rbi for Seaford.

Matt Klatzkiewicz allowed no hits through the first four innings and finished with a two hit shutout striking out nine batters as his record goes to 1-0 to pace Christiana to a 6-0 win over Bohemia Manor. Josh Tatnall belted a two run single in the fifth for Christiana.

Rich Schuler (1-0) and Chad Jenkins combined for a four hit shutout. Adam Roark hit a pinch hit two run homer in the bottom of the sixth innning to pace Caravel to a 6-0 win over Glen Mills of PA. Steve Frienberg and Mark Lawrence had two hits each for Caravel.

Aaron Collins went 3 for 5 with two home runs and four rbi’s to pace the Spartans of Lake Forest to a 9-2 win over Laurel. Brad Davis went 2 for 4 with a home run, James Overstreet went 3 for 4 with a double, and Brandon Yerkies had two hits and two rbi’s. Laurel’s Trent Passwaters went 3 for 3 with two doubles.



3-22-06: Vrenna Whalen scored the only goal in the 59th minute to pace Milford to a 1-0 win over Red Lion Christian. Katie Daye recorded 5 saves in the win to record the shutout.

Desiree Gonzalez scored four goals to pace the Newark Yellowjackets to a 5-2 win over the Brandywine Bulldogs.

Lauren Shoope scored a penalty shot that sent the game into double overtime as Hodgson and McKean each played to a 1-1 tie. Liz Groom recorded 18 saves for the Silver Eagles.

Fatmata Kamara scored the game winning goal in the 69th minute to pace Glasgow to a 4-3 win over William Penn. Leah Fett recorded 2 goals for the Dragons in the win.

Randi Goodman recorded 3 goals and an assist along with teammates Priscilla Burton’s 3 assists and one goal paced the Mt. Pleasant Green Knights to a 5-0 win over Delaware Military Academy.

Alyssa Pietrobono scored 3 goals to paced the Force of Charter to a 10-0 victory over the Delcastle Cougars.

3 goals each by Lena Russomongo and Kim Hacker paced the Auks of Archmere Academy to a 10-2 victory over Ursuline Academy. Kasey Hacker had a goal and three assists.

Kelly Anderson’s unassisted goal for St. Thomas More in the 22nd minute and for Middletown in the 44th minute when Tori Bobick each played to a 1-1 tie.

3-23-06: Kelly Doherty had three goals and one assists while Sarah Andrade had two goals and two assists to pace the Riders of Caesar Rodney to a 7-0 win over Smyrna. Caryn Deakyne recorded 24 saves for Smyrna in the loss.

Brittany Culver had a goal and two assists while Nikke Boss, Tori Snead and Elise Prisco all had one goal to pace Dover to a 4-0 win over Sussex Central. Victoria Feliciano recorded the shutout for Dover with 7 saves.

Natalie Bowden scored on an assists by Julie France in the 48 minute to put Concord ahead 1-0 in the 48 minute by a 1-0 score. Caravel tied in the 77th minute when Amanda Horkey scored assisted by Ceara Boulden.

Regina Fiacco, Amanda Palmer, Kasie Price and Lauren Magaha’s 2 goals each paced the Ravens of Sussex Tech to a 8-2 win over Lake Forest.

Heather Robbins 4 goals along with 1 assist paced the Panthers of Polytech to a 6-1 win over Milford.

Michelle Giorgilli scored three goals and provided one assist to pace Indian River to a 6-0 win over Woodbridge. Bethany Beck and Amanda Heath combined for the shutout in goal.

Jillian Meyer scored three goals paced the Lady Warriors to a 4-0 win over the Vikings of Christiana.

3-24-2006 News: Erin Boyle had two goals and an assists along with Danielle Henry had a goal and an assist to pace Padua to a 7-0 win over Calvary Christian. Caitlyn Lafferty and Katie Warren conbimed for the shutout.

In overtime, Julie France’s game winner in the 98th minute in overtime paced the Concord Raiders to a 1-0 win over Dickinson. Senior Sarah Bass made seven saves and recorded her first shutout.

Gina cockerill had three goals and an assists while Leigh Gray had a goal and three assists to pace Middletown to a 4-2 win over Indian River. Michelle Giorgill scored both goals for the Indians in the loss.

Katie Love and Hilary McClung scored two goals to pace Wilmington Christian to a 7-0 win over St. Elizabeth.

Kim Hacker tallied four goals and an assist to pace Archmere to a 9-0 win over Red Lion Christian. Kasey Hacker added a goal and two assists. Lindsay Walters and Marie Tarabicos combined for the shutout for the Auks.

3-24-06: Sharon Lapinsky had two goals and four assists to pace St. Thomas More to a 9-0 win over Polytech. Kelly Anderson had two goals and one assist for St. Thomas More in the win.

Wilmington Opens CACC Play with 9-4 Victory Over Felician
NEW CASTLE, DE – The Wildcats of Wilmington College opened the 2006 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference with a 9-4 victory over the visiting Golden Falcons of Felician College in baseball action Wednesday afternoon at Wilson Field.
The ‘Cats jumped on the board in the bottom of the first inning when Chase Barnes knocked in Mike Mundy with a ground-out to second base. Wilmington added two more runs in the third on a Brian Testa triple and Chase Barnes single. The home team would add five more runs over the next two innings to give them a comfortable 8-0 lead. Felician answered back in the top of the sixth as Vin DeBenedetti knocked in two runs with a double. Frank Quintana and Dave Schoer also picked up RBI’s in the inning.
Wilmington would add one more insurance run in the bottom half of the inning that would close out the scoring for both teams.
Senior pitcher Jason Rogers picked up the win, scattering eight hits and four runs over five and one-third innings. Rogers improved his record to 2-0 on the season. Bill Cecconi, Andrew Ficcarra, and Steve Spiese combined to throw the remaining three and two-thirds innings of scoreless relief. Felician’s Kevin Barrett took the loss, giving up nine hits, eight runs (5 ER) over four and one-third innings.
Wilmington was paced by senior outfielder Dan Cleary’s 2-4, 2 RBI, 1 run scored effort. Sophomore Brian Testa picked up two extra base hits, a double and a triple, and also scored two runs while knocking in one. Fellow soph Steve Spiese added two hits, an RBI, and a run scored while junior Chase Barnes went 1-3 with 2 runs and 2 RBI’s. Sophomore Joe Roth, got the start behind the plate, and made the most of it, going 2-4 with a run scored and an RBI.
Felician was led by Mike Rooth, who went 3-4 with a run scored. Frank Quintana finished the day going 2-5 with an RBI, while Jarred Lo Casto, Dave Schoer and Vin DeBenedetti each picked up one hit. Lo Casto and Schoer also scored a run, while Schoer knocked in one and DeBenedetti sent two runners home.
With the win, Wilmington improved to 1-0 in the CACC and 9-7 overall. Felician dropped to 0-1 in the conference and 9-11 overall. The ‘Cats return to action tomorrow afternoon when the travel to Montclair State University to take on the Red Hawks in a single game beginning at 3:00 PM.

3-25-06 News: Corey Phelan had a sacrifice fly to score Charters only run as Avon Grove scored eight runs in the fifth to defeat the Force by an 8-1 score.

Ryan Messick improve his record at 1-0 and recorded seven strikeouts and went 2 for 3 with two rbi’s and two runs scored to pace Woodbridge to an 11-7 win over Wilmington Christian. Justin Bailey went 1 for 3 with an rbi single for Woodbridge in the win.

Matt Eskridge scored the game winning run on his double as Sussex Central defeated St. Marks by a 5-4 score. CJ Bell and DJ Long each had two rbi’s for Sussex Central. Mitchell Troy had a double for St. Marks in the loss.

Salesianum scored four runs in the top of the seventh inning to defeat Newark by a 6-2 score with Mark Forbes’ two run single providing the game winning runs. RBI single by Anthony DiFranceno had two hits for the Jackets in the loss.

Bret Oberholtzer and Rob Bryson combined on a three hitter with 11 strikeouts to pace William Penn to a 9-4 win over St. Elizabeth. Mel Robinson had three hits for the Colonials while Rob Bryson contributed with two.

Jason Romano gets the win at 1-0 along with teammate Justin Ward each contributed with three hits to lead the Knights of Mt. Pleasant to an 8-7 win over St. Thomas More. J Ward had an rbi double, BJ Suiter added an rbi double and Charley Ward and Keith Butcher stole one base for the Knights in the win.

Nick Hess went 4 for 5 and Jon Bacher and Todd Menchaca added three hits as Concord defeated Archmere by a 13-9 score. Steve Vanek, John Baker, Matt Dineen and Austin Scott chipped in with two hits a piece. Kevin Shields and Cory Jefferson had three hits for the Auks in the loss.




3-25-06: Lindsay Ellsworth had four hits and an rbi to pace Sussex Tech to a 22-2 win over Nandua of VA. Hope Cornell added three hits including two doubles, five runs scored and three rbi’s. Bethany Pavlik had two hits, including a double, three runs scored and four rbi’s for Sussex Tech.

Kelsey Riggleman recorded seven strikeouts and had a two run double to pace Seaford to a 7-2 win over Padua. Megan Torbert scored two runs with an rbi single for Seaford.

Emily Jump threw a one hit shutout with 8 strikeouts as her record goes to 1-0 to pace Polytechh to a 13-0 win over Delmarva Christian. Ashley Edwards went 3 for 4 with a double and four runs scored. Kristen Nolette went 2 for 4 with a double and three runs scored. Jump, Martha Bennett and Ashley Shelton had two hits each. Natelie Painter went 1 for 2 for Delmarva Christian.

Jenna Ranauto allowed two hits while recorded six strikeouts to improve her record to 2-0 to pace Hodgson to a 5-0 win over Red Lion Christian. Jenna also batted 2 for 3 with a double and an rbi. Tori Davies had a two out rbi single in the second inning. Erica Shinn had two rbi’s for Hodgson in the win. For Red Lion, Ashley Bensinger went 1 for 3.

Alishia Paige tossed a four hit shutout to improve her record to 1-0 as Caravel defeated Middletown by a 13-0 score. Alison Lanouette went 2 for 3 with two rbi’s and three runs scored while Kathleen Smith added three hits and Paige, Alex Winstead, Brittney James, Sarah Reeves and Ashley Bragg all had two hits each for Caravel in the win.

Becca Bersheimer went 2 for 2 with two runs scored an an rbi to pace Cape Henlopen to a 13-0 win over Newark. Connie Floyd had two hits, a run scored and an rbi. Laura Olenderski went 1 for 2 with two runs scored for Cape.

Kim Tunnell had two hits including a home run and two rbi’s to pace Concord to a 6-2 win over Archmere. Rachel Richardson had a double for Concord. Mallory Zappa had two hits, including a two run homer for the Auks.

William Penn’s Caitlin Borris went 4 for 4 with three home runs and nine rbi’s to pace William Penn to a 25-1 win over 5 innings. She slugged a grand slam, a two run shot and a solo homer and belted a two run triple. Amy McAltee had a two run homer and a double for the Colonials while Laura Vitalo (winner at 1-0) and Jessica Casula each had three hits for the Colonials in the win. Laura McHugh had a triple for Ursuline.
Girls Soccer

3-23-06 News: After 3 quarters, Concord led 8-5 before AI cut the Raider lead to 8-7 with about seven minutes left in the game on goals by Steve Towe, assisted by Will Barr and then one by Will Bear assisted by Max Huber. Concord controlled it from there, extending the lead to 9-7 on a Peter Heckert goal with 5:20 left in the contest. The Raiders Andrew Unthank contributed with 3 goals and 2 assists.

Matt Lowe posted four goals and three assists to lead the Colonials of William Penn to a 17-1 victory over the Rams of Dickinson. Brynn Wiedenmann added four goals and Kyle Gustafson had three assists for the Colonials in the win.

Jake Weimer contributed with 3 goals and 3 assists the Christiana Vikings to a 8-2 win over the Knights of Mt. Pleasant.

Matt Boncelot scored 5 goals while Beau Chatburn 4 goals paced the Force of Charter to a 16-1 win over Delcastle. Tom Caufman posted five assists for the Force.

Christian Payne and Adam Warth each contributed with 3 goals to pace Salisbury School of MD to a 13-2 win over Delmarva Christian.

Matt Lowe had three goals and an assist to lead William Penn to an 11-7 victory over Middletown wile Brynn wiedenmann and Brad Koehler each had two goals and two assists for the Colonials in the win.

Colin Jackson had five goals with two assists to pace Sussex Tech to an 18-2 win over St. Elizabeth. Joel Term also had five goals, Ian Stewart had two goals and six assists in the win.

John Dill had four goals to pace Hodgson Vo Tech to a 9-4 win over the Dragons of Glasgow. Teammates Tyler Montgomery and Mike Jewell each had a goal and an assist for the Silver Eagles in the win.

Jake Weimer scored four goals and four assists to pace Christiana to an 8-2 win over Delcastle. Mike Pfeiffer and John Creeley each had two goals and tow assists for Christiana in the win.

Nick Hoffman’s six goals and four assists paced the Concord Raiders to an 18-0 win over Mt. Pleasant. John Rowell had five goals and an assist. Andrew Unthank had three goals and six assists. Paul Worrilow had a goal with an assist for Concord.

Kenny Finnegan scored two goals and six assists along with Derek Sherman’s four goals and two assists paced the Spartans of St. Marks to a 13-2 win over Caravel.

Jake Fratella scored five goals to lead the Brandywine Bulldogs to a 19-1 win over Connor Hayes added three goals and four assists while Paul Levine collected two goals and four assists.

Pat McNeil’s four goal performance and four assists paced the Auks of Archmere to a 12-4 win over Alexis I duPont. Ryan Bonner had three goals and two assists. Matt Georgov had three goals for Archmere






St. Marks claims 7 champions in Private Schools and Independent Tournament

By David A. Willauer-Staff Reporter-Sanford School-Hockessin, DE: The Spartans of St. Marks claimed 7 individual champions sent all 14 wrestlers to the States at the Independent Conference Wrestling Tournament that was held at Sanford School. 2nd was Caravel with 4 champions 4 wrestlers to the states. 3rd was Salesianum with 2 champions and send 13 wrestlers to the states. Sanford School in the history of the wrestling program under head coach Mark Bosick claimed his first ever individual champion in Bud Crosswell and sent 7 wrestlers to the states. Friends 4 wrestlers to the states. Tatnall 3 wrestlers to the states. Red Lion Christian 1 wrestler to the states. Tower Hill 3 wrestlers to the states.

Results of the 2006 Independent Conference Tournament (Top 4 go to states-5th and 6th place alternates)

103-1. Matt Buckworth, Caravel 2. Joe Potts, Salesianum 3. Evan Bartle, Friends, 4. Casey Sawyer, St. Marks 5. Case Gregory, Tatnall 6. Nick Iacono, Tower Hill

112-1. Daniel Graham, Salesianum 2. Jake Sawyer, St. Marks 3. Gabe Aliquo, Friends 4. Ben Peoples, Sanford 5. Alex Proujansky, Tower Hill 6. James Kane, Archmere

119-Jarrod Garnett, Caravel (Wins 2nd Independent Conference Title) 2. Tyler Snook, St. Marks 3. Sam Titone, Friends 4. Cameron Szymanski, Salesianum 5. Jonathan Hartley, Archmere 6. Sean Snyder, Tower Hill

125-1. Jeremy Shaw, St. Marks (Named Outstanding Wrestler of the Independent Conference Tournament and wins his 2nd Independent Conference Title) 2. Ben Altman, Friends 3. Ben Thornes, Salesianum 4. Nick Minchini, Caravel 5. Brian Nachbar, Sanford 6. Matt Palmer, Archmere

130-1. Andrew Riley, St. Marks 2. Alfonso Hoggard, Caravel 3. Chris Windish, Salesianum 4. Todd Reese, Tatnall 5. Chris Bobbitt, Sanford 6. Kory Trott, Tower Hill

135-1. Eli Norvell, St. Marks 2. Sam Needles, Red Lion Christian 3. Gerald Gibbons, Caravel 4. Derrick Diksa, Salesianum 5. Greg Kramer, Sanford 6. Matt Sebera, Tower Hill

140-1. Tommy Abbott, St. Marks (Wins 2nd Independent Conference Wrestling Title) 2. Matt Turtle, Sanford 3. Dallas Henry, Caravel 4. Gabe Deascanis, Salesianum 5. Aaron Chenault, Tower Hill 6. Peter Cho, Tatnall

145-1. Bud Crosswell, Sanford (Becomes Sanford School's first Independent Conference Champion in School's Wrestling History and first under Sanford Coach and former St. Marks wrestler Mark Bosick) 2. Corey Frederick, St. Marks 3. Ian Lonsdale, Tower Hill 4. Joe Kelly, Caravel 5. Eric Peoples, Salesianum 6. Bobby DeWees, Friends

152-1. Andrew Bradley, St. Marks (Wins 3rd Consecutive Independent Conference Title) 2. Mike Alvarez, Tower Hill (Becomes first Tower Hill Wrestler to record his 100th victory in school history in a match vs. Westtown) 3. John Kuderka, Salesianum 4. Trae Humphreys, Sanford 5. Joe Buccheri, Archmere 6. Joe Calanski, Caravel

160-1. Luke Rebertus, Caravel (2005 Freestyle Champion and 4th in Greco Roman in Grand Nationals in Fargo, North Dakota) 2. Nick Dominelli, Salesianum 3. Rob Demasi, Salesianum 4. Mike Iacono, Sanford 5. Pat Goggins, Friends 6. Kolya Wheeler, Tower Hill

171-1. Vinnie Ranauto, Caravel 2. Chris Lex, Salesianum 3. Cory Olson, St. Marks 4. Chris Pamm, Tatnall 5. Steve Chehi, Tower Hill 6. Henry Tucker, Sanford

189-1. Connor Joyce, Salesianum 2. Mike Tiberi, St. Marks 3. Takumi Mihama, Tatnall 4. Mike Manubay, Caravel 5. Geoff Novak, Friends 6. Brandon Harper, Tower Hill

215-1. Jamie Otlowski, St. Marks 2. Andy Palermo, Sanford 3. Dave Willard, Salesianum 4. John Gibson, Caravel 5. AJ Carter, Tower Hill 6. Brenden Penhollow, Red Lion Christian

275-1. Kenny Zell, St. Marks (Wins 3rd Independent Conference Title) 2. Kevin Walker, Salesianum 3. Matt Sanyour, Tower Hill 4. John Yandell, Caravel 5. Will Vega Brown, St. Andrews 6. Keegan Phelan, Archmere

Returning Independent Conference Champions from 2005
Jeremy and Vinny Shaw, Tommy Abbott, Zack Frederick, Andrew Bradley, Kenny Zell, St. Marks
Ben Altman, Friends
Nick Dominelli, Salesianum
Jarod Garnett, Caravel

Hodgson Takes 2006 Blue Hen Conference Title

By David A. Willauer-Staff Reporter- Alexis I DuPont High School-Greenville, DE-2-18-2006-The Hodgson Silver Eagles with 5 individual champions claimed the 2006 Blue Hen Conference that was held at Alexis I DuPont High School finished with 293.5 points will send 13 wrestlers to the states 2. William Penn 5 champions 263.5 points will send 11 wrestlers to the states 3. Alexis I DuPont 187 points 1 champion 9 wrestlers to the states 4. McKean 141.5 points 6 wrestlers to the states 5. Brandywine 131 points 1 champion 7 wrestlers to the states 6. Middletown 119.5 points 7 wrestlers to the states 7. Concord 115 points 6 wrestlers to the states 8. Newark 100 points 1 champion 5 wrestlers to the states 9. Glasgow 87. points 3 wrestlers to the states 10. Christiana 83.5 4 wrestlers to the states 11. Delcastle 79 4 wrestlers to the states 12. Delaware Military Academy 76.5 points 3 wrestlers to the states 13. Mt. Pleasant 58.5 1 champion and 1 wrestler to the states 14. Charter 42 points 2 wrestlers to the states 15. Howard 33 points 1 wrestler to the states 16. Dickinson 27 points 1 wrestler to the states

Top 6 Wrestlers qualify for next week's Open State Wrestling Tournament at Delaware State University. 7th and 8th place are Alternates

103-1. Colton McFatridge, Hodgson (Wins 2nd Blue Hen Conference Title) 2. Josh Billy, Glasgow 3. Russell Kramedas, Alexis I Dupont 4. Darold Dorsey, Concord 5. Preston McGuigan, Delaware Military Academy 6. Jeremi Davis-Wright, Christiana 7. Greg Alaburda, McKean 8. Pierre Sims, Mt. Pleasant

112-1. Zach Taylor, Hodgson 2. Ryan Douglas, William Penn 3. Ed Harris, Howard 4. Greg Balick, Brandywine 5. Greg Marra, Newark 6. Mike Klosiewicz, AI DuPont 7. Josh Bourdon, McKean 8. Jesse Wipf, Middletown

119-1. Nick Tiberi, Hodgson (Wins 2nd Blue Hen Conference Title and Named Outstanding Wrestler of the 2006 Blue Hen Conference Tournament) 2. Brad Funk, AI DuPont 3. Damien Ringstaff, Brandywine 4. Tony Piazza, Newark 5. TJ Casula, William Penn 6. Adam Sanders, Middletown 7. Jovany Cerazo, Howard 8. Ray Brown, McKean

125-1. Matt Hagerty, Brandywine 2. Colin Hutt, AI DuPont 3. Derek DiMaio, William Penn 4. Duncan Kelly, McKean 5. Eddie Thomas, Glasgow 6. Brandon Miller, Hodgson 7. Steve Majewski, Charter 8, Randy Strauss, Concord

130-1. Terrence Fletcher, William Penn 2. Ryan Goodman, Middletown 3. John Spence, Hodgson 4. Sam Hagerty, Brandywine 5. Colin Abramowicz, McKean 6. Steven Dotts, Newark 7. Matt Sokolnicki, Delaware Military Academy 8. Marcos Gonzalez, Alexis I DuPont

135-1. Brandon Bruce, Hodgson (Wins 3rd Blue Hen Conference Title) 2. Brice Condie, Alexis I DuPont 3. Kyle Davis, Delaware Military Academy 4. Lane Lafon, Middletown 5. Clark Barlow, Concord 6. Eric Gomez, Delcastle 7. Ron Martin, McKean 8. Chad Smedley, William Penn

140-1. Orlando Colon, Hodgson 2. Patrick Nortz, Concord 3. Keith Hynson, William Penn 4. Nick Alaburda, McKean 5. Mike Murray, Middletown 6. Nick Groves, Dickinson 7. Rich Ngnegwe, Glasgow 8, Elvio Diaz, AI DuPont

145-1. Brian Lagarelli, William Penn 2. Mike Tiberi, Hodgson 3. Eric Fletcher, Delcastle 4. Kevin King, AI DuPont 5. Zach Nasseh, Charter 6. Jared Czarnota, Concord 7. Mike Pfeifer, Christiana 8. James Schultz, Howard

152-1. George Glover, William Penn (Wins 2nd Consecutive Blue Hen Conference Title) 2. Greg Cross, McKean 3. Josh DeFilippis, Hodgson 4. Greg Lopez, Christiana 5. Jayson Wilson, Middletown 6. Pat McDonald, Delcastle 7. Zachary Donovan, Newark 8. Pat McDonald, Delcastle

160-1. Jacque Scott, Mt. Pleasant (First Blue Hen Champion under head Coach Dione Lum and First Blue Hen Champion in since John Hession won in 2000. This is Mt. Pleasant's 19th Overall Blue Hen Champion) 2. Brian Weber, William Penn 3. Durihan Downs, Glasgow 4. Victor Sappington, Hodgson 5. Shane Lechette, Brandywine 6. Sky Beck, Newark 7. Tomas Torres, Mckean 8. Jason Wallace, Alexis I DuPont

171-1. Tim Bisson, Alexis I DuPont 2. Mike Delduca, William Penn 3. Dakevis Howard, Concord 4. Dave McKinley, Brandywine 5. Brandon Bradshaw, Hodgson 6. Donny Smith, McKean 7. Jarell Avantt, Christiana 8. Will Lynch, Delcastle

189-1. Kaamil Alghanee, William Penn (Wins 2nd Consecutive Blue Hen Conference Title) 2. Chris Sizemore, Hodgson 3. Isiah Hurtt, Alexis I DuPont 4. Justin Bowie, Newark 5. Bryant Hanson, Christiana 6. Stephen Fields, Brandywine 7. Steve August, McKean 8. Matt Deguardi, Delcastle

215-1. Scott Gardner, Newark (Becomes Newark's First Blue Hen Conference Champion under first year Head Coach Jason Pope. Newark's 55th Blue Hen Conference Champion Overall) 2. Nate Gregg, Hodgson 3. Brian McGovern, Concord 4. Matt McGinnis, Middletown 5. Dave Neal, Alexis I DuPont 6. Alex Nuno, Delaware Military Academy 7. Keith Garrett, Christiana 8. Matt Myers, Glasgow

275-1. Mike Maynard, William Penn 2. Tyler Drumgo, Christiana 3. Shane Cavanaugh, Newark 4. Chris Carey, Middletown 5. Don Burke, Brandywine 6. Billy Maguire, McKean 7. Joe Gallagher, Mt. Pleasant 8. Garrett Wells, Delaware Military Academy

Returning Blue Hen Conference Champions
Colton McFatridge, Nick Tiberi, Brandon Bruce, Hodgson
George Glover and Kaamaal Alghanee William Penn

Total Schools with Individual Blue Hen Champions since tournament started in 1960
William Penn 150 Champions
Hodgson 67 Champions
Newark 56 Champions
Alexis I DuPont 42
Brandywine 39
Conrad 33 (School closed in 1978)
Dickinson 32
Christiana 23
Concord 22
Mt. Pleasant 19
Glasgow 17
Delcastle 18
Claymont 13 (School closed in 1990)
DeLaWarr 18 (School closed in 1978)
Middletown 10
Mckean 9
Howard 7
PS duPont 4 (School closed in 1978)
Wilmington 3
Charter 1