Dover Football

Welcome in to Delaware's top plays of the week.

A bit late in delivery but it was a long weekend and this sports reporter needed a few naps to catch up.

Bit of an odd list this week but let's take a look.

10 - A.I. Dupont not waiting for the playoffs to beat Howard. Chad Jones finds Nazaire Miller for 74 yards and the score in a big day at Baynard.

9 - Trailing late, Aidan Sanchez finds Makhi Jackson for the beautiful grab in the effort that falls eight points short.

8 - A big defensive effort from a Flight A volleyball matchup. Appo's Alyssa White is going to get big and come up with the timely block.

7 - Back to Smyrna we go, a major shootout. Temple commit Jordan Magee finds Raekwon Jackson who will put in some work to find the inside of the pylon.

6 - A large part of the Smyrna comeback, a score in the opening of the third quarter followed by a brilliant onsides kick from Anthony Buscemi and Makhi Jackson back on the scene with the recovery.

5 - Back to St. Georges, some Hawks on the attack. Carly Dillulio will get a big block, forcing the Jags to set up Jessica Charlier for the big kill and the eventual 4 set victory clinching Flight A.

4 - Howard wouldn't go quietly. Stephen Forbi knocks the numbers off Chad Jones and Isaiah Kelsey will pick up what's left. Need a little time to adjust on the shot but you get the point, back to the big house for six.

3 - St. Elizabeth hosting Archmere and the Auks are just on a tear. Darren DiRenzo bum rushes and Vikings won't escape. The skol clap means two points and that defensive unit is getting scary.

2 - The most controversial play from the division one shootout. You may not agree if forward motion was halted, a knee was down or what other factors had an influence on this game--but you play until the whistle sounds and Javon Peace goes yard. 99-plus yards on the fumble recovery in the statement win against the Back-to-back-to-back state champs.

1 - DMA may have won this game but Joe Deal will throttle a Spartan helmet and St. Mark's Devon Jones will grab the pick. Another controversial did he catch or no but the effort and the spectacle get you on the list.

No viewer submissions this week. If you think you caught a play we didn't, feel free to drop us the film at khayes@wdel.com.

WDEL's jack of many trades, Kevin is a hybrid news/sports reporter and anchor. On top of being the Education reporter for your trusted source for news, Kevin is a USMC veteran, Camden County College and Temple University journalism alumni.