Featured in Part 2 of the Jan. 18 Final Score Boy’s High School Basketball: Polytech at Caesar Rodney Boy’s High School Basketball: The Salisbury School at Sussex Academy Girl’s High School Basketball: Sussex Central at Cape Henlopen Girl’s High School Basketball: St. Thomas More at Worecester Prep College Basketball: Maryland at Ohio State
Featured on Part 1 of the Jan. 4 Final Score: Boy’s Basketball: Chincoteague at Crisfield Boy’s Basketball Sussex Central at Cape Henlopen Boy’s Basketball: Newark Charter at Polytech
Maryland 1. WiHi 6-2 2. Crisfield 5-2 3. Parkside 4-3 4. James M. Bennett 4-3 5. Stephen Decatur 5-2 Delaware 1. Dover 8-0 2. Lake Forest 5-0 3. Caesar Rodney 6-2 4. Woodbridge 4-1 5. Cape Henlopen 3-3 Virginia Arcadia 3-4 Nandua 2-4 Chincoteague 1-6
Featured on the Dec. 27 WBOC Sports Report: The battle of rookie quarterbacks in Baltimore Slam Dunk To The Beach: Salesianum vs. Caesar Rodney Slam Dunk To The Beach: Sanford vs. Cape Henlopen Governor’s Challenge: Elizabeth vs. WiHi Governors’s Challenge: Father Henry Carr vs. Liberty Heights
Featured on the Final Score: Cape Henlopen at Smyrna Sussex Central at Caesar Rodney
Featured in the Week 1 Basketball Final Score: Smyrna at Cape Henlopen – boy’s basketball Laurel vs Worcester Prep – boy’s basketball Dover at Sussex Tech – boy’s basketball Indian River at Delmarva Christian – boy’s basketball Caesar Rodney at Sussex Central – boy’s basketball
Featured on the March 3 Final Score: Milford at Smyrna – boys basketball William Penn at Woodbridge boys basketball Cape Henlopen at Mt. Pleasant boys basketball Endicott vs. Salisbury – NCAA Tournament Delaware vs. Hofstra – CAA Tournament Cambridge South Dorchester vs. Pocomoke – girls basketball
Featured on the March 1 WBOC Sports Report: Duron Harmon approaches NFL free agency Cape Henlopen at Caesar Rodney – boys basketball Atholton at Stephen Decatur – girls basketall
Featured on the Jan. 27 Final Score: Cape Henlopen at Caesar Rodney – boys basketball Sussex Tech at Sussex Central – boys basketball Sussex Academy at Laurel – boys basketball
Cape Henlopen’s 6’5″ forward Randy Rickards is only a sophomore. Watch him get air in our dunk of the week.
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