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8:00pm NFL Football New Orleans at Carolina
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11:30am Wesley College Pre-Game Show
12:00pm Wesley College vs College of Faith
6:45pm High School Football St. Georges Tech at Caravel
Sunday, November 2
12:00pm Eagles at Houston Texans
7:30pm NFL Football Baltimore at Pittsburgh
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Saint Andrew's rallies for first win

By Sean Greene 6:41pm, October 31, 2014
VIDEO: Highlights of the Saints' victory
Saint Andrew's Donovan Jackson scored three touchdowns, including a 33-yarder with 10:28 to go as the Saints rallied past Perkiomen (Pa.) 20-13 for their first win of the season.

Perkiomen looked to be in control of the game when senior Tom Aaron rushed for his second touchdown of the first half, a 2-yard effort, with 10:44 to go before halftime. A blocked extra point still had the visitors up 13-0.

The momentum swung just before halftime, as the Saints marched 50 yards down the field, capped off by Jackson's 7-yard score to bring St. Andrew's within 13-7 at halftime.

St. Andrew's forced a fumble on Perkiomen's first posession of the second half, and they cashed it into points when a 30-yard pass from Ryan Bellissimo to John Paris set up a 2-yard run by Jackson. A missed 2-point conversion kept the game tied at 13.

After a defensive 3-and-out, the Saints got the ball back, and this time hit a big play when Jackson swept around the left side, got a great block to turn the corner, and ran for the 33-yard touchdown that sealed the game.

Perkiomen would get two chances in the final minute, but a pass breakup by Anthony Holley finished off the victory for Saint Andrew's, who improves to 1-5 on the season.

Friday Night HS Scoreboard

By WDEL Staff 10:21pm, October 31, 2014
A wild night in the Henlopen conference, and a high scoring shootout between A.I. and Charter highlighted a busy Friday night in Delaware.

St. Andrews 20, Perkiomen School (Pa) 13
Hodgson 48, McKean 6
Middletown 49, Newark 21
St. Mark's 35, St. Elizabeth 0
AI duPont 61, Wilmington Charter 44
Concord 44, Appoquinimink 7
Polytech 24, Dover 21
Delmar 42, Indian River 6
Lake Forest 55, Seaford 0
Laurel 35, Milford 14
Smyrna 36, Caesar Rodney 33
Sussex Tech 43, Woodbridge 0
Sussex Central 35, Cape Henlopen 21

Sean's Pigskin Picks - Week 9

By Sean Greene 10:04pm, October 30, 2014
The Cavs would punch a postseason ticket if they defeat Newark
Playoff bids can be all but cemented as the Delaware High School Football schedule reaches week 9.

A huge non-conference game will take place in Bear, as the top two teams in Division II will meet on a showdown at Caravel with No. 1 St. Georges looking to take that next step to 10-0, while the Bucs try to defeat their second No. 1 team of the season at home after beating Hodgson back in week 1.

In the Blue Hen Conference, No. 3 Middletown travels to Newark, in a battle of teams who would be in the playoffs if they began today, but might not be in the Field of Six in two weeks.

Henlopen Conference action includes a battle of the Northern Division champion Sussex Tech taking on Woodbridge, trying to hang on in the Division 2 chase.

Last Week's Featured Selections: 4-1, Season Overall Total: 148-39 (79.1%)

FRIDAY 10/24

No. 3 Middletown at Newark - 7:00 - WDEL
SEAN - Middletown 34-14

Concord at Appoquinimink - 7:00
SEAN - Concord 28-14

Woodbridge at No. 4 Sussex Tech - 7:30
SEAN - Sussex Tech 34-10


Delaware Military Academy at No. 4 Archmere - Noon
SEAN - Archmere 21-20

No. 1 St. Georges at No. 2 Caravel - 7:00 - WDEL
SEAN - Caravel 21-20

For the rest of Sean's Pigskin Picks looking at all Delaware high school games from Week 9 - click here.

You can follow Sean on twitter @SeanGreeneWDEL

Appo earns its 1st Soccer Tournament top seed

By Sean Greene 1:54pm, October 31, 2014 - Updated 1:59pm, October 31, 2014
Appoquinimink will attempt to win its first ever Division I soccer title as the top seed as the state tournament gets underway next weekend.

Round 1 (Saturday, November 8)
at Smyrna High School
No. 5 Salesianum (7-3-2) vs. No. 4 Charter (13-2) - 5pm
No. 8 Sussex Tech (9-4-2) vs. No. 1 Appoquinimink (15-0) - 7pm

at Dover High School
No. 6 Polytech (11-4) vs. No. 3 Cape Henlopen (14-1) - 5pm
No. 7 Delcastle (10-3-2) vs. No. 2 Caesar Rodney (13-2) - 7pm

Semifinals (Wednesday, November 12)
Site To Be Announced
Appo/Sussex Tech vs. Charter/Salesianum
Poly/Cape vs. Delcastle/CR

Championship (Saturday, November 15)
Site To Be Announced
Semifinal Winners

Caravel leads Division 2 Soccer Bracket

By Sean Greene 1:54pm, October 31, 2014 - Updated 3:11pm, October 31, 2014
Caravel's victory over Division I Charter this week helped launch the Buccaneers to the top seed in the Division II Soccer Tournament which kicks off Tuesday.

Round 1
Tuesday, November 4
at Caravel
No. 7 Wilmington Christian (9-4-2) vs. No. 10 Tower Hill (8-6-1) - 6pm
No. 6 DMA (10-5) vs. No. 11 St. Elizabeth (8-6-1) - 8pm

Wednesday, November 5
at Appoquinimink
No. 8 Sanford (10-4-1) vs. No. 9 Christiana (10-5) - 6pm
No. 5 McKean (11-4) vs. No. 12 Mount Pleasant (10-5) - 8pm

Quarterfinals (All games Saturday, November 8)
at Appoquinimink
Sanford/Christiana Winner vs. No. 1 Caravel (13-1-1) - 3pm
McKean/Mount Winner vs. No. 4 Indian River (9-4-1) - 5pm

at Caravel
DMA/St. E Winner vs. No. 3 St. Andrew's (11-3-1) - 3pm
Tower/Wilm.Christian Winner vs. No. 2 St. Georges (11-3-1) - 5pm

Semifinals (Wednesday, November 12)
Site To Be Announced

Championship (Saturday, November 15)
Site To Be Announced

Cape earns top Field Hockey seed

By Sean Greene 1:54pm, October 31, 2014
Cape Henlopen will look to make it four straight state champions as they once again are the top seed for the Delaware State Field Hockey Tournament which begins Wednesday.

Round 1
Wednesday, November 5
No. 16 Concord (9-5-1) at No. 1 Cape Henlopen (15-0) - 3:30pm
No. 15 St. Georges (10-3-2) at No. 2 Tower Hill (13-1-1) - 2:30pm
No. 14 Dover (9-5-1) at No. 3 Delmar (12-2-1) - 2:30pm
No. 11 Charter of Wilmington (9-4-2) at No. 6 Polytech (11-3-1) - 2:30pm
No. 9 Sussex Tech (11-3-1) at No. 8 Sanford (11-4) - 2:30pm

Wednesday, November 6
No. 12 Friends (10-4-1) vs. No. 5 Wilmington Chrisian (13-2) - 6:00pm at Caravel
No. 13 Woodbridge (10-4-1) vs. No. 4 Padua (13-2) - 7:30pm at Caravel
No. 10 Conrad (12-2-1) vs. No. 7 Mount Pleasant (12-2-1) - 2:00pm at Brandywine

Quarterfinals (All games Saturday, November 8)
Sites To Be Announced
Cape/Concord vs. Sanford/SusTech
Padua/WBridge vs. Friends/WChristian
Tower/SGT vs. Mount/Conrad
Delmar/Dover vs. Poly/Charter

Semifinals (Wednesday, November 12)
Site To Be Announced

Championship (Saturday, November 15)
Site To Be Announced

Tower Hill overcomes Dickinson's challenge

By Sean Greene 9:14pm, October 30, 2014
VIDEO: Highlights and Reaction to Tower Hill's victory
Tower Hill defeated Dickinson 28-6 Thursday night, but it did not come easy for the 8-1 Hillers.

The Hillers only had a 7-0 lead going into the 4th quarter on the strength of a 36-yard pass play from Matt Smith to Andrew Brown on their final possession of the first half.

Defensively, Tower Hill was challenged by a Dickinson running game powered by 5'9, 235-pound Daryl Smith, but the Rams could never put together the huge play to complete the drives.

In the 4th quarter, the Hillers may not have hit big plays, but they did find the end zone three times.

The first came on the first play of the stanza, as Noah Thomas pushed a pile forward for a hard-earned, 6-yard touchdown run to put the visitors ahead 14-0.

Dickinson had an immediate answer, as Malich Murray-Wallace picked up the kickoff that went over his head at the three, and despite taking initial contact at the 10, broke free for a 97-yard return to bring the Rams within 14-6 after a missed 2-point conversion with 11:37 to go.

Tower Hill would shut the door on the next two possessions, however, as they marched down the field for separate 10-yard touchdown runs by Thomas and Smith to finish off the scoring.

Tower Hill will face rival Wilmington Friends in a game that could make-or-break their playoff hopes next Saturday, while the Rams host Brandywine in their season finale.

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