Salesianum QB Dylan Mooney scored 2 second-half rushing touchdowns to lead the second-ranked Sals to a 42-20 win over No. 3 Dover Saturday night.
A mix of established dynasties and sometimes complete guesses find their way to the top of our 2019 Fall Preseason Delaware High School Sports Rankings.
Delaware Military Academy lineman Christopher Boc knows the reputation of his team: regular season success, and then an immediate postseason dismissal.
Hodgson was setting up for a potential game-tying 2-point conversion in the final moments of their 2018 DIAA Division 1 semifinal with Salesianum, when an unseen piece of laundry stunted their dream of a perfect season.
Delaware high school football camps open up on August 12, as the chase to replace Sussex Central and Woodbridge as state champions begins.
Smyrna's Will Knight, who holds Delaware high school's all-time career rushing record, announced he will transfer to the University of Delaware.
Caravel-alum Darnell Savage is heading to Green Bay after the Packers selected him with the 21st pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.
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.
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.
The realignment of the Henlopen Conference for the next two years has taken its toll on Delmar's in-state football schedule.
2018 Delaware Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year Drew Fry and Brock Keeler will both play in the 2019 DFRC Blue-Gold All-Star Football Game to be held on Friday, June 21.
It's known as National Signing Day. An event when friends and family come to celebrate a high school athlete signing a letter of intent to play their chosen sport in college.
Woodbridge's Brock Keeler plans to take his linebacker skills to the University of New Haven after being named Delaware's Player of the Year by the Maxwell Football Club.
Wilmington-native David Sills V wrapped up his college career with a second-straight selection to the Associated Press' All-American Team.
Middletown's Drew Fry, Woodbridge's Brock Keeler, and Smyrna's Saleem Wormley were named the top players in Delaware by the state's coaches.
The Golden Knights of Sussex Central broke open a tight first half to defeat Salesianum and capture the 2018 Division I State Championship 33-7.
It never seems wise to completely count Salesianum out, but after a crushing 34-7 loss to Middletown in week 6, it seemed like a championship ceiling for the Sals might have to wait until 2019.
Rob Tattersall got a call in August that could have changed the course of Wilmington Friends' 2018 football season.
It seems fitting that Woodbridge QB Troy Haynes will wrap up his high school career playing Wilmington Friends on Saturday.
The Independent Conference title game rematch from week 10 determined who would get a crack at Woodbridge for the Division II title in Newark and Wilmington Friends pulled out a 14-point second half to beat Tower Hill 14-6.
Salesianum's Andrew Watkins rushed for 3 touchdowns, and teammate Rasheed Caulk intercepted a 2-point conversion pass made more difficult by an excessive celebration foul, in a 20-18 win for the Sals over Hodgson in a DIAA Division 1 Semifinal.
Sussex Central's defense threw a 2nd half shutout, and Issac Barns hit Dom Smith for a 13-yard touchdown pass with 31 seconds left to give the Golden Knights a 21-20 win over a shocked Dover squad.
Newark Charter's Jordan Wyatt caught a 2nd half touchdown to help seal a 27-12 win over Delcastle in a DIAA/Special Olympics Unified Flag Football semifinal Tuesday afternoon.
Salesianum pulled away from Middletown in the second half thanks to 30 unanswered points as they defeated the Cavaliers 49-25 to advance in the Division I playoffs.
Middletown made their way across the C&D Canal hoping to steal a win and a bye-week for the upcoming DIAA tournament--instead Hodgson's defense played lights-out and CJ Henry found late paydirt as the Silver Eagles defended home turf against the visiting Cavaliers, 14-7.