The Final Score Featuring DIAA Playoff Baseball Between Indian River and Laurel
Tune in to this episode of The Final Score to see:. - A recap of our Game of the Night featuring a rematch on the diamond between Indian River and Laurel. - WBOC Meteorologist Mike Lichniak give our Gameday Forecast. - Highlights of the DIAA Girls Lacrosse State Final; could...
What we know about Sussex Central High School staff placed on administrative leave
For reasons not yet clear, more than one staff member at Sussex Central High School in Georgetown has been placed on administrative leave. Indian River School District spokesperson Jennifer Troublefield sent the following statement Wednesday. “Members of the Sussex Central High School staff were placed on administrative leave by the Indian River School District...
Laurel’s Brandon Rife wins Division II state championship in the discus
Laurel junior Brandon Rife won his second state championship of the high school sports season last weekend when he won the discus during the Division II state track and field meet. The first championship was the Bulldogs’ second straight football title. “I was extremely excited (about the state meet)...
Historic night at Abessinio Stadium as Meet of Champions closes track and field season
Jazonte Levan of Seaford High burst from the fastest field ever assembled in a Delaware race Wednesday night to electrify the Rod Lambert Meet of Champions by running the fastest 200 meters in state history at Wilmington's Abessinio Stadium. Levan covered the turn in 21.01 seconds to break the record of 21.24, set 11 days earlier at the New Castle County Championships on the same track by Salesianum’s Jasyn Truitt. ...
2nd annual Hoops on the Ave. returns this weekend
SALISBURY, Md. – It’s a celebration of all thing’s basketball as the second annual Hoops on the Ave. event makes a return this weekend in Salisbury. Wicomico County Parks & Recs is spearheading the event and they tells us registration for this year has already doubled. The...
Delmarva Christian student-athletes hold college signing
Delmarva Christian High School held a letter of intent signing and all-sports ceremony May 22 in Georgetown. Tessa Kwiatkowski signed to play volleyball at Lancaster Bible College in Pennsylvania. Lewis Burris signed to play soccer at Rome City Institute in Rome, Italy. Kaylan Yoder signed to play softball at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va. Carter Breasure signed to play baseball at York College of Pennsylvania. Keelie Conaway signed to swim at Messiah University in Mechanicsburg, Pa. Ainsley Bell signed to play basketball at Messiah University.
State champs! Parkside defeats Patuxent to bring home Class 2A Baseball title
The MPSSAA Class 2A Baseball State Championship trophy is on its way to Salisbury, as the Parkside Rams defeated Patuxent 3-1 on Saturday to win the state title. The Rams, who racked up a lot of hardware this year as Bayside Conference and Regional Champions, put a fitting bow on their season Saturday afternoon at the Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf, Md., separating themselves from the rest of the pack and finishing the year as the best baseball team in Class 2A.
Delmarva Christian softball outlast the Pandas 3-2
The No. 2 Delmarva Christian softball team moved into the DIAA quarterfinals May 25, with a 3-2 victory over Padua Academy in Georgetown. Royals senior pitcher Kaylin Yoder went the distance in the circle sitting down 20 pandas via the strike out. Freshman Kylie McCabe singled to become the first...
NCAA Championships today at the Linc: D2, D3 finals begin at 1 p.m. as Lenoir-Rhyne meets Mercyhurst in D2, Tufts and Salisbury in D3
NCAA Championships Games – Click here to purchase tickets. It gets no bigger for a men’s lacrosse program to be playing on Memorial Day weekend in Philadelphia with a National Titile on the line. That is the stage the Lenoir-Rhyne men’s lacrosse team has put themselves on with a historic run in May. The Bears are the first five seed in the history of the NCAA Division II Tournament to make it to a National Championship game and look to finish of their story as road warriors with a win over Mercyhurst on Sunday afternoon.
Cape, Tatnall advance to lacrosss championship game
The No. 1 seed Cape Henlopen Vikings and the No. 2 seed Tatnall Hornets advanced to DIAA Girls Lacrosse state Championship. Cape Henlopen won its thirteenth straight championship last season with a 16-4 victory over the Tatnall Hornets last season. Now the rematch is set up as both teams advanced with commanding wins. Cape Henlopen faced off against ... Read More
No. 2 Salisbury Baseball tops No. 23 Rowan, 10-6, in Super Regional opener
SALISBURY, Md. – The second-ranked Salisbury University baseball team moved to the doorstep of a return to Cedar Rapids, racing out to a big lead and holding off a late charge to take down the 23rd-ranked Rowan Profs, 10-6, in Game One of the NCAA Division III Super Regionals on Friday afternoon at Donnie Williams Sea Gull Baseball Stadium.
Disc Golf Tournament
The Rotary Club of Wicomico County will hold its inaugural Disc Golf Tournament on Friday, June 9 at Schumaker Pond Park. Funds raised from this year’s event will help support two local agencies – The Life Crisis Center and The Salisbury Salvation Army for the building of the future playground.
State semifinal roundup: Parkside baseball punches ticket to state championship game
The Parkside Rams baseball team is on its way to the MPSSAA Class 2A State Championship game this weekend, after they defeated Sparrows Point 7-0 in the state semifinals to get them one step closer to their ultimate goal. Four Bayside South baseball and softball squads played state semifinal games...
Salisbury University men's lacrosse punches ticket to national championship game.
The Salisbury University men's lacrosse team has punched its ticket to the Division III National Championship game, with wins in the NCAA quarterfinals and semifinals sending them to Philadelphia this coming Sunday. The Sea Gulls (21-1), the number two-ranked team in the country, hosted their NCAA quarterfinal and semifinal matchups...
Stand up for the Bays paddle race registration due June 2
The Delaware Center for the Inland Bays and Chesupeake, a paddleboard training and race organization, announced the Stand Up for the Bays Paddle Race & Fest will be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, June 3, at Holts Landing State Park east of Dagsboro. This event promises attendees...
No hitter, grand slam and more in Delmarva Now Player of the Week poll
Every week this sports season, fans across Delmarva will have the chance to vote for the Delmarva Now Player of the Week. Nominees are selected based on their performance over the previous seven days: May 15-21. Anyone can submit a candidate for consideration by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. You must...
Cape, Sussex Academy win relay state titles in separate divisions
Freaky Friday - The Cape Henlopen 4-by-800-meter relay team ran a one-heat Division I final May 19 on day one of the DIAA Track and Field Championships at Dover High School. Trey Leggins, Liam O’Donnell, Cardin Benjamin and Ben Clifton held off a fast field to win in 8:08.81. Caesar Rodney was second in 8:11.64 followed by Middletown in 8:13 and Salesianum in 8:13.92. The next race on the track was the Division II 4-by-800 final, won by Logan Serpico, Brett Parker, Ryan Moody and Justin Friscia of Sussex Academy in 8:15.01. Chasing Sussex Academy to the finish line were Saint Mark’s in 8:17.52, Delaware Military Academy in 8:18.64 and Tower Hill in 8:18.66. The other track final was the open 3,200 meters, which saw Indian River junior Brynn Crandell run from the front to win the Division II title in 10:46 over Katie Payne of Tatnall in 10:54. Ryan Baker of Cape won the Division I boys’ 3,200 meters by shaking off the field with a time of 2:15 for the first 800 meters en route to an overall time of 9:28.29. The top four runners broke the 10-minute mark. Baker and his freshman brother, Jason, who ran 10:01, will run the 3,200- at the season-ending Meet of Champions Wednesday, May 24, at Abessinio Stadium.
Ride of Silence Cycles Through Salisbury
An international event to promote cyclist safety came to Salisbury today, May 17. The Ride of Silence honors cyclists who were killed or injured by a vehicle and spreads awareness about the importance of biker safety.
CNU men’s lacrosse rallies for NCAA quarterfinal win over Dickinson
SALISBURY, Md. (WAVY) – Rallying from a five-goal deficit in the second half, the Christopher Newport men’s lacrosse team stunned Dickinson 12-11 in overtime in the NCAA Division III quarterfinals in Salisbury. The win means the Captains (19-2) will face host, Coastal Lacrosse Conference rival and No. 2-ranked Salisbury in the semifinals at 3 p.m. […]
Salisbury men’s lacrosse reaches NCAA Division III semifinals | ROUNDUP
Here’s a roundup of this week’s local college lacrosse games. This story will be updated. Division I women Northwestern 16, Loyola Maryland 6: The host Wildcats (19-1) used an 8-1 run in the first half to surge past the Greyhounds (19-3) in an NCAA quarterfinal Thursday. Izzy Scane scored a game-high seven goals for No. 1 seed Northwestern. No. 8 seed Loyola was led by Chase Boyle and Sydni ...
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