Dover 47, Concord 0

The Dover Senators stay undefeated Saturday afternoon, shutting out Concord on the road, 47-0.

Dover’s offense was clicking early as they was successful on each of their first three drives of the game, taking a 20-0 lead into the second quarter.

The offense continued to roll in the second quarter as the Senators built a 40-0 lead thanks to Javon Peace’s third rushing touchdown of the game and Jordan Magee’s second and third touchdown passes on the day.

Leading 40-0 in the fourth, Dover would add another score late in the quarter to walk away with a 47-0 shutout victory.

The Senators are now 3-0 on the season, their first undefeated start through three weeks since 2010.

Dover is on the road again next week when they face off in a Henlopen North Division battle at Sussex Central Friday at 7 p.m.



 

Lake Forest 16, A.I. duPont 40

The Lake Forest Spartans traveled to A.I. duPont on Friday night and hung with the Tigers early before being outscored 20-7 in the fourth quarter in a 40-16 loss.

The Spartans actually had a lead in the second quarter against the Tigers; trailing 7-0 after one quarter, Lake Forest’s defense came away with a safety and Ja-Juan Reid broke off a 53-yard touchdown on the other end of the ball, his first of two scores on the night,  to give the Spartans a 9-7 lead.

Two unanswered scores by A.I. closed out the first half, touchdowns by Thomas Mosley on the ground and a connection through the air from Chad Jones to Jamir Dantley gave the Tigers a 20-9 lead at the break.

Lake and A.I. would trade scores in the third quarter before the Tigers would ultimately pull away in the fourth thanks to another hook up between Jones and Dantley and a 38-yard interception return for a touchdown by Lewis Sams.

The Spartans fall to 1-2 on the year, they’ll return home next week hosting the Caravel Academy Buccaneers Friday night at 7 p.m.





Polytech 0, Milford 37

The Polytech Panthers fell to 1-2 on the season Friday night, falling to the Milford Buccaneers, 37-0.

The Panthers could never get things going on the offensive end and weren’t able to slow down the Buccaneer’s offense, who overwhelmed Polytech in a shutout.

Polytech looks to get back in the win column next week when they host the red-hot Caesar Rodney Riders Friday night at 7 p.m.



Caesar Rodney 38, William Penn 13

The Caesar Rodney Riders improved to 2-1 on the season Saturday afternoon, defeating the William Penn Colonials, 38-13.

The Riders ran all over William Penn on Saturday, scoring six rushing touchdowns on the day.

Jordan Allen and Emmanuel Kennedy both found the endzone twice, while Chris Evans and Kendall Smith also added rushing scores for the Senators.

Things were close in the first half, but the Riders defense denied the Colonials a lead at the break thanks to a Jehlon Patten interception, his second on the day.

The Riders look to improve to 3-1 next week when they travel to take on Polytech, Friday at 7 p.m.