NEWARK, DE – Another state championship is going back to Lewes.
The Cape Henlopen field hockey team won their fifth straight state championship on Saturday afternoon beating Delmar, 3-1.
Freshman Alia Marshall scored the game winner with about 14 minutes remaining in the game.
After a scoreless first half, the Vikings got on the board thirty seconds into the second half with a goal by senior Sydney Ostroski.
The Wildcats tied it at 1-1 after freshman Ashlyn Carr tallied with 19:09 to go.
Madison Irwin added an insurance goal for the Vikings.
Cape Henlopen caps off a perfect 19-0 season. They have now won 73 straight games overall and 86 straight wins against in-state opponents.