Smyrna's Will Knight, who holds Delaware high school's all-time career rushing record, announced he will transfer to the University of Delaware.
Wilmington Charter's Michael Lober scored 5 goals as the Force ended Middletown's hopes for a perfect regular season with an 11-5 road victory Tuesday night.
Woodbridge QB Troy Haynes is beginning his recovery after undergoing surgery to remove a cancerous kidney on Friday at Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia.
Defending Champion Cape Henlopen is once again the top seed for the 2019 DIAA Girls Lacrosse Tournament.
A debate in the Delaware high school sports community is raging on whether coaches should be allowed to coach their athletes year-round, and the state's athletic trainers say they're against the proposal.
Mike Hart remembers joking about taking over as Athletic Director one day as his high school, and he announced Monday he’s stepping down after a 43-year run as the A.D. at Salesianum.
The last three hitters in Smyrna's lineup drove in a combined 8 runs as the Eagles shutout Caravel 10-0 Friday night.
Woodbridge quarterback Troy Haynes did nothing but win during his four years as a starter, but now he's facing his toughest battle.
Salesianum baseball moved up in the WDEL/Delaware SportsZone High School Rankings as one of the few teams to stay busy during Delaware's traditional Spring Break week.
Caravel-alum Darnell Savage is heading to Green Bay after the Packers selected him with the 21st pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Sanford's Tommy Bloom scored his 200th goal as the Warriors avenged a loss earlier this month with a 12-8 victory over Tatnall Tuesday afternoon.
Another week of moves in baseball and softball highlight this week's WDEL/ESPN930 Delaware High School rankings.
Concord's Cade Pfander drove in two runs as Concord baseball completed a 2-team doubleheader sweep with a 3-2 win over A.I. duPont.
Wilmington City Council's 7-3 vote to lease a portion of Kirkwood Park to Howard, that the school was already using, could have wide-ranging impacts for the school.
DMA's Samantha Freeland went 4-for-4 with 3 runs scored as the undefeated Seahawks handed Caravel their first loss 7-3 on Thursday afternoon.
This week marked the beginning of another pivotal period as high school athletes hope to earn a spot on a college roster in the future.
Caravel is hoping the power of the home run can help bring awareness to the dangers of addiction.
Dover's Nate Turner hit a bases-loaded, 2-run single in the 8th inning to lift the Senators to a 3-1 victory over Newark Charter in a pitcher's duel at Frawley Stadium.
John Murphy scored two goals, but the new permanent lights stole the show as Brandywine hosted a 8-6 boys lacrosse victory over Conrad Monday night.
Cape Henlopen boys lacrosse and Indian River boys volleyball both jumped to No. 1 in a week of major changes in Delaware high school sports.
Cape Henlopen's Gabe Best scored four goals, while Luke D'Ambrogi and Jack Dennis had hat tricks as the Vikings defeated Salesianum 12-8 at the Dave Reynolds Lacrosse Festival at Wesley College.
Caravel's Caitlin St. Leger placed a perfect shot into the top corner of the goal for the only marker in a 1-0 victory over Tower Hill in soccer Thursday night.
Smyrna's Payton Dixon tossed a 3-hit shutout and drove in 5 runs at the plate as the Eagles routed Dover 10-0 in a Henlopen North softball game Tuesday afternoon.
Caravel's Kevin Keister pitched a complete game and Adam Slavin hit a 2-run double as the Bucs held off Saint Mark's 4-3 in a contentious rivalry showdown in Bear Tuesday night.
Padua freshman Mary Barone scored midway through overtime to finish off the Panda's late comeback and earn a 15-14 girls lacrosse victory at Saint Mark's Monday afternoon.
The busiest sports season of the year is well underway in Delaware high school sports, and several schools are shining in multiple sports.
Middletown's Zoie Senter scored twice and assisted on another goal as the Cavaliers blanked Middletown 3-0 in a girls soccer Flight A game Monday night.
Mitchell Moyer, Cole Bauer, and Brian Neill each scored hat tricks as Archmere powered past DSAC rival Wilmington Charter 15-1 in boys lacrosse Thursday afternoon.
Salesianum's Reece Bolton and Alex Hinton combined on a 2-hit shutout as the Sals defeated defending-champion Cape Henlopen 2-0 in their season opener.
Mount Pleasant's Teagan Bradley combined on a 13-strikeout, 2-hit gem and added two hits at the plate as the Green Knights rolled past Archmere 10-0 in their season-opening softball game Tuesday afternoon.
Delaware Military Academy's Alyssa Ruggeri scored two goals and assisted on the other as the Seahawks defeated Mount Pleasant 3-0 in their 2019 season opening soccer game Monday afternoon.
All-State selections Fah'Mir Ali and Nah'Shon Hyland highlight the 2019 Blue Hen All-Conference Basketball teams.
There's no sign of the Blue Hens or Hornets in this year's NCAA "March Madness" Tournaments, but that doesn't mean Delaware basketball fans won't have hometown rooting interests.
In a game where the amount of penalty minutes, for both teams combined, far exceeded the time spent on the ice DMA put up a fight but place second to Voorhees, New Jersey's Eastern Regional High School by a 7-2 final.
Showcasing their talents in the classroom, community, and the basketball courts, Sanford's Jyare Davis and Conrad's Julie Kulesza have been named Delaware's 2019 Gatorade Basketball Players of the Year.
Future Seton Hall guard Lauren Park led Sanford to this year's state championship, and she was named the Delaware Sportswriters and Broadcasters Association's 2018-19 Player of the Year.
Nah'Shon Hyland of St. Georges has been named the 2018-19 Delaware Sportswriters and Broadcasters Association Boys Basketball Player of the Year after a vote of the state's coaches and media.
The realignment of the Henlopen Conference for the next two years has taken its toll on Delmar's in-state football schedule.
Delaware Military Academy's Aaron Catron scored two goals 44 seconds apart in the final minutes of regulation as the Seahawks stunned Salesianum 2-1 to advance to the 2019 Flyers Cup NJ/DE Championship Game.
The entire student body of Sanford gathered in their outdoor amphitheater Tuesday for a most-unusual celebration.
Salesianum's Logan Downs converted a rebound into an open-net goal as the Sals rallied past Kingsway (New Jersey) 2-1 in a NJ/DE Flyers Cup Quarterfinal Tuesday night.
Delaware Military Academy's Justin McGee and Alex Maglio scored two goals, and Anthony Guerrieri made 22 saves as the Seahawks advanced past Moorestown (New Jersey) 5-2 in a Flyers Cup NJ/DE Quarterfinal.