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Orioles game postponed

By Associated Press 7:27pm, April 27, 2015 - Updated 7:35pm, April 27, 2015
The Baltimore Orioles' home game at Camden Yards has been postponed because of safety concerns.

The Orioles announced the decision about a half-hour before the scheduled start Monday night against the Chicago White Sox.

Rioters have looted stores and thrown rocks and bricks at Baltimore police in the wake of the mysterious spinal injury of Freddie Gray, who died in police custody. The epicenter of the protests is less than a mile from the ballpark.

About 1,000 fans were inside the stadium when the game was called off, and many gates already had been closed.



Concord softball shuts out Padua

By Kara Pokropski 7:13pm, April 27, 2015

Concord softball improved their record to 8-1 with a 3-0 final over Padua.

The Raiders sparked their game in the top of the second when Taylor Chamberlain stepped up to the plate. She sent out an infield grounder that allowed Jessica Fyock and Sarah Raab to reach home for the 2-0 lead.

Concord held onto their lead throughout the game. It wasn't until the top of the sixth when the Raiders earned a run from Rachel Pritchard to push a 3-0 lead.

Pandas' Olivia Ellis attempted to steal second base but was unsuccessful. The Raiders beat her back to first to close the game.

Concord will travel to Charter this Thursday at 3:45. Padua will travel to Appoquinimink tomorrow at 3:45.



Charter, CR tie in playoff preview

By Sean Greene 9:37pm, April 27, 2015
VIDEO: Highlights and reaction to Charter vs. CR
The Charter School of Wilmington and Caesar Rodney took 100 minutes to settle nothing in a 1-1 girls soccer draw in Wilmington Monday afternoon.

The teams split two games last season, including CR's 2-1 state semifinal triumph last May, and this year's battle was just as competitive.

Neither team could find the back of the net in the first half, as each team's 4 shots were sent away by CR's Kristiana Stevens and Charter's Kaitlyn Siberski.

Charter broke the deadlock in the 59th minute when Megan Cullen's cross went all the way through traffic, and Sheyenne Allen reversed the pass with the inside of her right foot just to the left of the right post to put her team ahead.

Caesar Rodney would get an opportunity after a foul about 20 yards from the goal in the 72nd minute, and Janiah Moore made the Force pay with a right footed curl over the wall and easily inside the left side of the cage to knot the game.

Charter would get another oppotunity in the final seconds of regulation, but again Stevens was up to the task.

The two overtimes were much like the two halves, statistically very even. The best opportunity came in the 99th minute, when Moore was able to slip past a pair of defenders, but Siberski came off her line and made a one-handed stab save to preserve the tie.

Siberski was credited with 7 saves, while Stevens came up with 6 for CR. The corner kicks were even at 6.

Caesar Rodney moves to 8-1-1 going into to Tuesday night's home game with Milford. Charter will take an 8-0-1 mark into Thursday's home game with Newark.







Monday's High School Scoreboard

By WDEL Staff 10:27pm, February 21, 2011 - Updated 7:24pm, April 27, 2015
Sussex Tech's Michelle Laz scored with two minutes to go in regulation and scored in over time for 2-1 win over Caravel.

BASEBALL

Newark Charter 8, Delmarva Christian 0

SOFTBALL

Concord 3, Padua 0

GIRLS SOCCER

Lake Forest 5, Hodgson 0

Delcastle 2, Brandywine 1

Friends 5, Middletown 0

Ceasar Rodney 1, Charter of Wilmington 1

William Penn 5, Dickinson 0

Wilmington Christian 5, Woodbridge 2

Sussex Tech 2, Caravel 1 (OT)

GIRLS LACROSSE

Middletown 13, Concord 10

St. Andrew's 15, Sanford 9

Padua 20, Christiana 5

BOYS LACROSSE

Red Lion 12, Sussex Central 7

DMA 8, Friends 4



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