The Dover Post's high school sports roundup recaps all the action for the area high school sports teams over the past week, including game scores and top performers.
DOVER HIGH SCHOOL
Record: 13-5, 8-4
The Dover High boys basketball team had a rough week, dropping games to Smyrna, 71-59, Feb. 15, and Milford, 65-50, Feb. 17. In the loss to Smyrna, senior Jay-quan Hunter had 17 points for the Senators, who closed their regular season at Sussex Central High School on Feb. 22.
Record: 13-5, 10-4
The Dover High girls basketball team extended its win streak to three games last week by beating Seaford, 61-46, Feb. 16, and Milford, 56-39, Feb. 17. Three Senators scored in double digits in the second win, including juniors Nichelle Potter, 18 points, Shaakira White, 14 points, and Shakia Parker, 10 points. Dover will await its state tournament schedule after its regular season ended Feb. 22 at Smyrna High School.
Record: 4-7, 3-5
The Dover High wrestling team had two top-three finishers at the Henlopen Conference Championships Feb. 18 and 19, including senior Tyere Joyner, second place, 140 pounds, and senior Brandyn Flamer, third place, 215 pounds. The team finished in seventh place with 91 points. The Senators will end their season as a few of their wrestlers will compete in the DIAA Individual Wrestling State Championships at 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 25, and 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 26, at St. Mark’s High School.
CAESAR RODNEY HIGH SCHOOL
Record: 7-13, 5-10
The Caesar Rodney High boys basketball team ended its regular season last week with three straight losses to Milford, 69-64, Feb. 15, Cape Henlopen, 70-55, Feb. 17, and Smyrna, 73-60, Feb. 19.
Record: 13-6, 7-5
The Caesar Rodney High girls basketball team split a pair of games last week, first beating Milford, 73-57, Feb. 15, then losing to Cape Henlopen, 58-46, Feb. 18. In the win, junior Khadijah Carter had 21 points and senior teammate Monique Miller had 19. The Riders hosted Padua Academy Feb. 22 for their regular season finale.
Record: 10-2, 6-1
The Caesar Rodney High wrestling team won the Henlopen Conference Championships as a team Feb. 19 with a total of 268.5 points. The Riders had four wrestlers finish in first in their weight classes, including freshman Micah Hight, 112 pounds, junior Kaleb LeMaire, 119 pounds, junior Stephen Jackson, 135 pounds, and senior Issah Meade, 160 pounds. CR’s season will come to an end this weekend when it competes in the DIAA Individual Wrestling State Championships at 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 25, and 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 26, at St. Mark’s High School.
LAKE FOREST HIGH SCHOOL
Record: 10-10, 8-9
The Lake Forest High boys basketball team ended its regular season on a high note last week, beating Mount Pleasant, 58-52, Feb. 16, and Seaford, 78-64, Feb. 18. In the second win, the Spartans were led by senior Morris Frasier, 20 points, sophomore Shymer Hanzer, 18 points, senior Brandon Farmer, 14 points, and junior Davonté Hodge, 13 points.
Record: 6-13, 3-13
The Lake Forest High girls basketball team opened last week with a win over St. Andrews, 41-38, Feb. 15, but ended it with a loss to Seaford, 49-39, Feb. 18. The Spartans got 12 points each from senior Kaitlyn Corder and freshman Gabrielle Cubbage in the win. Lake’s season ended Feb. 22 in a game vs. Saint Thomas More Preparatory.
POLYTECH HIGH SCHOOL
Record: 17-2, 15-0
The Polytech High boys basketball team won two more games last week, beating Seaford, 70-57, Feb. 15, and Woodbridge, 61-32, Feb. 17. Panther senior Norman Royal led his team in the win against Woodbridge with 12 points. The Panthers will play in the Henlopen Conference Championship vs. Smyrna High School following the girls championship, which is at 5:30 p.m. at Caesar Rodney High School.
Record: 6-14, 5-13
The Polytech High girls basketball team closed its season last week with losses to Seaford, 57-46, Feb. 15, and Woodbridge, 57-52, Feb. 17.
Record: 7-6, 5-6
The Polytech High wrestling team finished in eighth place with 79 points at the Henlopen Conference Championships Feb. 18 and 19, and senior Artis Thorne, 189 pounds, won his weight class. Jimmy Watts, 119 pounds, had a second-place finish for the Panthers, who will end their season at 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 25, and 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 26, at the DIAA Individual Wrestling State Championships at St. Mark’s High School.
SAINT THOMAS MORE PREPARATORY
Record: 3-15, 2-8
The Saint Thomas More boys basketball team lost the only game it played last week to Delaware Military Academy, 53-49, Feb. 15, despite getting a 30-point effort from senior Tyler Simpkiss. The Ravens will bring their season to a close at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 22, vs. Conrad School.
Record: 13-5, 7-3
The Saint Thomas More girls basketball team picked up an in-conference win last week when it beat Delaware Military Academy, 58-56, Feb. 15, then another victory by taking down St. Andrews, 54-27, Feb. 19. Senior Liz Freud led the team against DMA with 16 points while teammate Christine Eliassen, a junior, scored 16 on the night for the Ravens, who next play at 2:15 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 19, at St. Andrew’s School.
The Saint Thomas More wrestling team had three of its members qualify for the state tournament with good showings in the Delaware Independent Championships Feb. 19. Senior Tyler Carver, 140 pounds, finished second, while juniors Anthony Grossman, 130 pounds, and Brian Zaragoza, 119 pounds, each placed fourth in their respective weight classes. The three Raven grapplers will close their season at 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 25, and 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 26, at the DIAA Individual Wrestling State Championships at St. Mark’s High School.
CAMPUS COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL
Record: 13-5, 6-2
The Campus Community High boys basketball team fell in its lone game last week to Tower Hill, 63-56, Feb. 15. Three Cougars scored in double figures in the loss, including junior Aaron Marvel, 13 points, senior McGregor Bernadin, 11 points, and freshman Zhyhee Harmon, 10 points. Campus’ regular season will end with a game at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 22, vs. Wilmington Christian School, held at William Henry Middle School.