Extra Points – November 4, 2016


Beam caps freshman campaign, Spiders miss out on A-10 Tournament

The Richmond Spiders women’s soccer team wrapped up their 2016 season at 9-9-1 overall and 4-6 in the Atlantic 10 Conference, after a 3-1 win over St. Bonaventure on Thursday, Oct. 27, and 1-0 loss in overtime to VCU on Sunday, Oct. 30.

Indian River High School graduate and Richmond freshman Brooke Beam notched an assist in Thursday’s win, which would wind up the last point of her freshman campaign. Beam finished the season with three goals and four assists and as the Spiders’ fourth leading scorer in total points behind junior forward and Caesar Rodney High School graduate Lexi Prilliman (12 G, 8A), senior forward Meaghan Carrigan (11 G, 3A), and freshman forward Alyssa Walker (5 G, 2 A).

During Sunday’s loss to VCU, the Spiders missed two key chances to score in regulation, one in the 39th minute when Prilliman missed wide right just before half and the second in the 71st minute when Beam hit the post. Sophomore midfielder Ashley Gross also managed a shot on goal in the 73rd minute that was saved by the VCU keeper.

At 4-6 in the A-10, the Spiders were edged for the eighth seed in the tournament by Rhode Island (6-7-5, 3-4-3). Tournament play is set to begin on Thursday, Nov. 3.

Fenwick Island Turkey Trot Fun Run/Walk to return for ninth year

The Fenwick Island Turkey Trot Fun Run/Walk will return to Fenwick Island for the ninth straight year this Thanksgiving, with proceeds going to benefit the American Cancer Society for breast cancer research.

The untimed 2.2-mile run/walk will start oceanside on Lewes St. in Fenwick Island with the course extending down Bunting Ave. to the Maryland-state line and back.

As always, pets and festive costumes are encouraged.

For more information, or to sponsor the event, contact Lori Martin at hipAHA@hotmail.com, or visit the event’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/fenwickislandturkeytrot.

Jarmon hauls in three passes, Blue Hens snap losing streak

The University of Delaware football team snapped a five game losing streak on Saturday, Oct. 29, taking down Towson University 20-6 in what was the Blue Hens’ homecoming game.

Indian River High School graduate and current UD sophomore Jamie Jarmon saw action in the matchup, hauling in three passes for 15 yards and a long of seven, and also taking one carry for no gain.

The win was UD’s first in the conference and the first career for interim head coach Dennis Dottin-Carter, who took over for former head coach Dave Brock when the University parted ways with Brock on Oct. 16.

Up next, the Blue Hens will hit the road to take on Albany (5-3, 2-3) on Saturday, Nov. 5. They currently sit at 3-5 on the season, and 1-4 in the Colonial Athletic Association.

Moore, Seagulls continue NJAC win streak

The Salisbury University football team continued their win streak on Saturday, Oct. 29, rolling Christopher Newport 45-24 on the road.

Coming off ECAC Special Teams Player of the Week honors, Indian River High School graduate and Salisbury senior Aaron Moore took two carries for 33 yards in the matchup, going for a long of 34 on the day. Moore also returned two kicks for 22 yards and an 11 yard average.

The Seagulls’ third straight win put them at 7-1 overall on the season, and 5-1 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference headed into their final two games.

On Saturday, Nov. 5, they’ll host Wesley (6-2, 6-1) at 12 p.m. The game could have considerable NJAC title implications, with both teams currently holding only one loss in the conference.

Wilmington University to host soccer ID Clinic

Wilmington University will be hosting an ID Clinic for boys’ high school soccer players grades 10-12.

The clinic will be held at the Wilmington University Athletics Complex on Sunday, Dec. 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and run by the Wilmington University coaching staff. Guest coaches from other programs will also be in attendance.

The clinic costs $95 per player and the registration deadline is set for Tuesday, Nov. 29.

To register, visit https://wilmu.prestosports.com/camps/camps-registration?id=a0hpux3zrqyip.... For questions, contact coach Nick Papanicolas at 302-356-6757 or nick.d.papanicolas@wilmu.edu.