WBOC Sports Report: Wednesday, November 18, 2015
H.S. Football Power Poll – Week 12
NEWARK, DE – Back where they belong. After missing out on the state championship game last season, the Delmar field hockey team has returned to the title tilt. The Wildcats beat Wilmington Christian, 4-1 on Wednesday night in the Delaware State Semifinals. Peyton Kemp and Anna Webster each had two goals for Delmar. This now […]
MIDDLETOWN, DE – Inching closer toward a state championship. The Indian River boys soccer team knocked off Archmere, 2-1 in Wednesday’s Delaware State Semifinals. Mike Mochiam scored both goals for the Indians, one in each half. Indian River is making their first trip to the state championship game since 2013, when they won it all […]
NEWARK, DE – The drive for five is alive and well. The Cape Henlopen field hockey team survived a tough game with Tower Hill, 2-1 in the Delaware State Semifinals. Reigning state player of the year Tess Bernheimer scored both goals for the Vikings. Winners of four straight state championships, Cape Henlopen is now only […]
CENTREVILLE, MD – Heading south. Queen Anne’s high school senior Emily D’Orsaneo has made her college decision. D’Orsaneo will join the Coastal Carolina women’s lacrosse program. Last season with the Lions, she was a U.S. Lacrosse Academic All-American and an all conference selection.
GREENWOOD, DE – From a Blue Raider to a Wolf. Woodbridge high school senior Brady Keeler signed her National Letter of Intent to play field hockey at Newberry College in South Carolina. This past season, Keeler was a first team all conference selection,
CAMDEN, DE – The Caesar Rodney field hockey program will be well represented in Salisbury. Riders senior Tara Daddio signed with Salisbury University to play field hockey for the Gulls.
CAMDEN, DE – Abby McGowan has made her college choice. The Caesar Rodney high school senior will join the University of Charleston (WV) women’s lacrosse program. Photo: Caesar Rodney high school
BERLIN, MD – A pair of Stephen Decatur Seahawks are leaving the nest. Zachary Adams will be going on to play baseball at Mount St. Mary’s. Dryden Brous will be taking his lacrosse game to Lynn University.