Delaware's high school sports are scheduled to begin practices on Monday, November 30, but a cloud of uncertainty surrounds many of their futures.
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 entire student body of Sanford gathered in their outdoor amphitheater Tuesday for a most-unusual celebration.
Glasgow's Dashawn Nettles hit 3 late free throws as the Dragons rallied from a 12-point deficit to defeat Caesar Rodney 39-36 in the first DIAA/Special Olympics Delaware Unified Basketball Championship.
Don't already have your ticket to Saturday's much-anticipated DIAA Boys Basketball Championship Game between Dover and Sanford? It's too late.
Sanford's Jyare Davis led 4 Warriors in double-figures with 20 points as they defeated St. Georges 67-50 to set up a much-anticipated DIAA Boys Basketball State Championship Game.
Allie Kubek combined 12 points with a career-high 18 rebounds as Sanford defeated defending-champion Conrad 52-41 to reach the DIAA Girls Basketball Championship Game.
Glasgow will play in DIAA/Special Olympics Delaware's first Unified Basketball state championship following a controversial 36-25 semifinal victory at Mount Pleasant.
Ber'Nyah Ward-Mayo and Naia Pulliam combined for 39 points as top-seed Saint Elizabeth rolled past Cape Henlopen 57-33 to reach the DIAA Girls Basketball quarterfinals.
Caravel's Kendra Warren provided a crucial spark off the bench as the Bucs defeated Woodbridge 67-37 to earn a trip to the DIAA Girls Basketball semifinals.
Nah'Shon Hyland didn't score in the opening quarter, but finished with a game-high 22 points as No. 5 St. Georges defeated No. 4 Caesar Rodney 58-41 to earn a trip to the DIAA Boys Basketball semifinals at the Bob Carpenter Center.
Meeting their arch-rival for a 4th time this year, top-seeded Saint Elizabeth entered their 2nd DIAA Tournament opener with some nerves, but left with a convincing 51-28 win over Ursuline.
Salesianum avenged a regular season loss with a 76-47 victory over Sussex Tech in a 2nd Round DIAA Boys Basketball Tournament Game Thursday night.
Delcastle's Da-qira Lancaster-Navarro scored a game-high 16 points as the Cougars won their first DIAA Girls Basketball Tournament game in 10 years with a 42-34 win over Wilmington Charter.
No. 16 Appoquinimink used a 22-0 third quarter run to erase a 7-point deficit and defeat cross-town rival No. 17 Saint Andrew's in the opening round of the DIAA Boys Basketball Tournament Tuesday night.
Glasgow’s Jelani Ruffin scored 15 points and grabbed a crucial late rebound as the Dragons held off William Penn 47-45 in the opening round of the inaugural DIAA/Special Olympics Delaware Unified Basketball state tournament.
Dover's Elijah Allen hit 5 three-pointers in the 3rd quarter as the Senators stayed unbeaten with a 75-56 victory over Lake Forest in the 2019 Henlopen Conference Boys Basketball Championship Game.
Cape Henlopen's frontcourt smothered Woodbridge's guard-oriented offense, as they won their first Henlopen Conference Girls Basketball title since 2006 with a 56-42 triumph over the previously-unbeaten Blue Raiders.
Christiana's Jah-Keish Demby hit four 3-pointers during a rally from a 13-point, 2nd half deficit as the Vikings stunned Tower Hill 55-51 Thursday night.
Dover's Jyheim Spencer completed three dunks, and the Senators put on a fast-paced, high-flying show in completing a perfect regular season with a 64-24 blitzing over No. 10 Newark.
Salesianum and Villanova alum Donte DiVincenzo was named the 2018 Delaware Athlete of the Year by the Delaware Sportswriters and Broadcasters Association.
In front of an intimate crowd due to restricted ticket sales, William Penn found their own energy to turn back a stern Glasgow comeback for a 73-65 boys basketball victory Friday afternoon.
Timothy Farley and Will Davis each scored 14 points as Wilmington Friends used a quick start to outpace No. 9 Salesianum 57-46 on the road Thursday night.
Sanford's Olivia Tucker and Lauren Park-Lane each had 3 of Sanford's collective 8 three-pointers in a 53-36 victory to spoil Ursuline's Senior Night.
Wilmington Charter's Claire Stella hit a go-ahead free throw in the final minute to complete a 34-31 comeback victory over Saint Mark's in girls basketball Wednesday afternoon.
Ursuline held Saint Mark's to 11 second-half points as the Raiders pulled away for a 48-31 victory at the SL:24 Classic inside the 76ers Fieldhouse.
On a night when they honored one of the greatest shooters in school history, Saint Mark's used a plethora of pump fakes to hold off Salesianum 47-38 at the 76ers Fieldhouse.
Newark's Joey Hodges stole the basketball from Mount Pleasant and then hit two free throws to put the Yellowjackets ahead for good in a 62-58 victory at Mount Pleasant Tuesday night.
Howard's Ronnasia Blatch-Huggins scored 24 points, and sparked a powerful transition offense as the Wildcats ran past Archmere 66-45 on Monday evening.
Caravel's J.J. Nasuti tied the game with a 3-pointer, and then Quoi Togbanyahn and Kevin Keister hit free throws at the Bucs held off Saint Elizabeth 51-50 at home Wednesday night.
St. Georges' Trinity Brittingham hit a three-pointer as time was expiring in regulation, and then Aniyah Williams scored six points in overtime as the Hawks defeated Delcastle 57-49 to stay in second place in Flight A Girls Basketball.
Woodbridge sophomore Janeira Scott showed a flare for the dramatic as she led a furious 3rd quarter rally in what became a 47-43 victory for the undefeated Blue Raiders at Padua Thursday night.