Welcome in to Delaware's High School Plays of the week. Plenty of hard-hitting action from the gridiron to the pitch.
No, it's not quite Smackdown or Raw but it's quality high high school sports.
Honorable mention goes to Newark Charter for Gillian Burrows' punch save and Abby Carbajal defensive efforts against St. Elizabeth.
10 - William Penn is turning around their season and with it, Najzier Banks starts breaking tackles and finds some room. He'll go 78 yards as the Colonials march to an upset victory over St. Georges Tech.
9 - St. Elizabeth, knocked out of the tourney but not for lack of effort. Major ups to Diamond Wilson for getting big at the net for a big block.
8 - Not sure who's having a rougher season, Christiana of Glasgow, but the Vikings' Ny'Aire Lolley sees the popup and makes a fingertip grab just inches off the grass.
7 - Hodgson's dominance in Division I continues as CJ Henry breaks a tackle and finds Ny'Ghee Lolley, who finds a wide open sideline and sprints 79 yards for the strike. Hodgson remains undefeated on the season.
6 - Lake Forest brings their textbook field hockey upstate against Brandywine. Grace Aguilar with the give-and-go off Maycee Collison and it's good for the goal.
5 - Smyrna looking to play spoiler to Salesianum's bid for the Division I tourney. Kevin Faries has something to say about that. He'll take the punt return 52 yards back to the big house as the Sallies prevail.
4 - McKean's cinderella Division II story came to an end hosting Mount Pleasant but Tahzier Emmens-Grant finds Aaron Lewis for the big strike. Over the shoulder, bobbled catch--but it's good for six in the long run, in the rain.
3 - Smyrna's Aidan Sanchez was not going down without a fight, he'll find Devin Smith who breaks some tackles and ankles on the way to a 43 yard score to keep the game against Salesianum interesting.
2 - Mount Pleasant looked to play spoiler to McKean's senior night and this Wallen to Collins with the correction and the extra effort to get over the end-line.
1 - Top play of the week goes to the only Appoquinimink points left on the board this weekend. John Ngatia Kariuki is going to put in some work for the Jags. He'll take the opening kick 90 yards for Appo's only lead of the game, but a spirited effort, nonetheless.
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