DMA Howard football game suspended in third quarter

Jason WinchellHeadlines, Sports

The end of the football game between Delaware Military Academy and Howard High School is uncertain after the teams’ season opener at Abessinio Stadium was suspended Friday, Sept. 2, after a disturbance in the stands. Howard led, 8-0, when the action stopped. With 7:33 remaining in the third quarter and the Wildcats about to start a drive in their own …

Middletown takes No. 1 in 3A football

Glenn FrazerHeadlines, Sports

  Last year the DIAA re-classified football into three groups of schools with Class 3A containing the 11 largest programs from the previous Division I. All 11 qualified for the state tournament as Middletown captured its first title since 2012 with a 28-22 win over Smyrna.  Many feel those two will meet again in this season’s championship game, but there …

Laurel sits atop 1A football preseason rankings

Jason WinchellHeadlines, Sports

  The high school football season kicks off Thursday and this year the Delaware Live Sports crew has a different football rankings that we are calling the Super 7’s.  We have seven7 members of our crew voting for the top seven teams in the three classes. Each vote is worth a point total and our Delaware Live Super 7s will …

3 Delaware standouts seek playing time at South Carolina

Nick HallidayHeadlines

  Three former Delaware high school football standouts are looking for playing time when the South Carolina Gamecocks football team opens the season Sept. 3.   MarShawn Llyod, Deebo Williams, and Braden Davis will all be looking for snaps when the team plays Georgia State in Columbia, South Carolina..   MarShawn Llyod is a Delaware native who played at DeMatha …

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Quillin realignment has Seaford football back on track

Benny MitchellHeadlines, Sports

Seaford – At the end of Seaford football’s two-week summer camp, head football coach Mark Quillin looked across the field as 50-plus athletes gathered for a team photo. “It has been great to see the program grow over the past two years,” Quillin said. “Actually has caught me off guard this season.  Luckily, having coached at Tech for 10 years …

Naamans advances to State Championship

Nick HallidayHeadlines, Sports

Naamans advances to Majors Division (12U) state championship for the first time in 14 years.  Nammans defeated Mid/Cap All Stars 2-1 at Newark Nationals Clark Field. The two teams were familiar with each other and played in the opening round with Naamans coming out on top in another 2-1 win. This game was very similar to the first game as …

Salesianum Alum Donte DiVincenzo finds new NBA home in Golden State

Nick AlessandriniHeadlines, Sports

Former Salesianum graduate and Delaware native Donte Divincenzo recently agreed to a two-year 9.3 million dollar deal with the Golden State Warriors, first reported by Shams Charania of the Athletic. The deal will include a player option in year 2 and will be part of the Warriors Taxpayer Mid-Level Exception. The Kings declined to make DiVincenzo a qualifying offer when …

Saint Mark’s Scheppers Girls Soccer Player of the Year

Nick HallidayHeadlines, Sports

(Wilmington, DE) Saint Mark’s High School is pleased to announce that Maddie Schepers ’22 was recently named the Gatorade Delaware Girls Soccer Player of the Year.  The award, which recognizes not only outstanding athletic excellence, but also high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character demonstrated both on and off the field, distinguishes Schepers as Delaware’s best high school girls …