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Saturday’s Delaware HS roundup

Sunday, 12th May 2013

Categories Boy's/Men's, Delaware, Girl's/Women's, High School  

By David A. Willauer, Contributing Writer, Posted 5/12/13

Saturday’s Delaware HS roundup:


St. Thomas More 11, Conrad 1

Five goals by Jonathan Kelly and two by Hunter Sharp paced the Ravens of St. Thomas More to an 11-1 win over Conrad.

Friends 11, Sanford School 6

Three goals each by Sean Kirkpatrick and Sam Carney, and two by Ben Hansen paced the Quakers of Friends to an 11-6 win over the Warriors of Sanford School. For the Warriors, Jacob Emmanual led with three goals followed by Ben Humphrey with two.

St. Andrews 9, Middletown 8

Three goals each by John Marshall and Spencer Peet along with two by Christopher Hanrahan paced the St. Andrews Cardinals to a 9-8 win over the Middletown Cavaliers. For the Cavs, Connor Swalm led with three goals, and Josh Leash and Joseph Egerton each had two.

Milford 11, Indian River 5

Three goals by Hunter Robinson, and two each by Evan Becker, Matthew Viramontes and Kyle Herrman paced the Bucs of Milford to an 11-5 win over the Indians of Indian River. Jackson Jorss led the Indians with two goals.

Concord 12, St. Elizabeth 0

Four goals by John Fiorella, and two each by Darien Chan and Harrison McEwan paced the Raiders of Concord to a 12-0 win over the Vikings of St. Elizabeth.


Middletown 17, Mt. Pleasant 5

Five goals by Katherine Thompson, three each by Holly Hammond and Emily Pantazes, and two each by Kristin Rossi, Megan Feldman and twin sister Allison Pantazes paced the Lady Cavaliers of Middletown to a 17-5 win over the Lady Knights of Mt. Pleasant. For the Lady Knights, Olivia Lundstrom and Allison More each led with two.

Archmere 16, Tatnall 7

Six goals by Alyssa Salvitti, five by Charlotte Rath, three by Katelyn Payne and two by Presley Conaty paced the Lady Auks of Archmere to a 16-7 win over the Lady Hornets of Tatnall. For the Lady Hornets, Shay Cannon led with four goals.


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