Extra Points – October 21, 2016

Jarmon gets carry, catch in UD football loss to Maine

Indian River High School graduate, former state Gatorade Player of the Year and current University of Delaware sophomore Jamie Jarmon was back in action during the University of Delaware football team’s matchup against the University of Maine on Saturday, Oct. 15.

The Blue Hens dropped to 2-4 on the season and 0-3 in the Colonial Athletic Conference with the 24-17 loss, but Jarmon took a carry for 9 yards and hauled in his second reception of the season during the game.

They’ll return home this week, hosting Stony Brook (4-2, 3-0) on Saturday, Oct. 22, at Delaware Stadium in Newark at 1 p.m.

Moore scores 2 TD’s in 77-19 win over William Patterson

He may have gotten only three touches on the day, but Indian River High School graduate and Salisbury University senior Aaron Moore made them count, finishing with two touchdowns during the Seagulls’ 77-19 win over William Patterson on Saturday, Oct. 15.

Moore started the game by taking the opening kickoff 80 yards and to the house, to put his squad up 7-0. He’d add his second touchdown of the game in the third quarter, finding the end zone on a handoff from 5 yards out.

The conference win got the Seagulls back on track as they improved to 5-1 overall and 4-1 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference.

Up next, Salisbury will host Kean University (3-3, 2-3) in another conference matchup on Saturday, Oct. 22, at 1 p.m.

Indians 8, Dover 1 (boys’ soccer)

Coming off their first loss of the season, against Worcester Prep on Saturday, Oct. 15, the Indian River High School soccer team bounced back with an 8-1 win over Dover on Tuesday, Oct. 18.

Senior forward Johan Cordoba got the scoring started just a minute into the match, going on to tally the Indians’ next three goals. Junior forward Oscar Cruz tacked on two goals after that, with Wilbert Gomez adding a pair of scores and freshman Jared Cordoba adding a goal before the end of the game.

Johan Cordoba, Mikie Mochiam, Patrick Mochiam, Arturo Salas and Andrew White all recorded assists in the matchup. Senior goalkeeper Zane Richard racked up six saves.

The win improved the Indians to 9-1 overall on the season, headed into a division match at Sussex Academy (6-3, 3-0) on Thursday, Oct. 20, at 4 p.m. That game could hold Henlopen South title implications.

Indians 3, Sussex Central 0 (volleyball)

The Indian River High School volleyball team snapped a two-game losing streak with a 3-0 win over Sussex Central on Tuesday, Oct. 18, to improve to 5-6 on the season.

The Indians swept the game in sets of 25-22, 25-11 and 25-17.

Junior Mckenzie Johnson racked up 19 assists in the game, while juniors Carly Collins and Sami Mumford led the team in kills, with six each, freshman Jessica Amezcua led in digs, with 12, and junior Julia Bomhardt led the team in aces, with five.

The Indians were set to head to Sussex Academy on Thursday, Oct. 20, for a 5 p.m. game.

SMS volleyball at 7-0 with wins over Georgetown, Fifer

The Selbyville Middle School volleyball team and head coach Sally Craig are well on their way to another undefeated season, moving to 7-0 with wins over Georgetown Middle School on Wednesday, Oct. 12, and Fifer Middle School on Monday, Oct. 17.

The Indians won both games in two sets and have yet to give up a single set this season.

In 25-11 and 25-14 wins over Georgetown, Brandi Mitchell racked up 11 service points, three aces and a kill. Rachel Ehlers finished with 10 service points, three aces and two kills, and Alex Johnson tallied nine service points and four aces.

During 25-10 and 25-20 wins over Fifer, Mitchell racked up 23 service points, seven aces and three kills, Ehlers had four aces and six kills, Ursula Barrientos finished with two aces and three kills, Camryn Ehlers tallied 12 assists, and Nicole Woody added 11 assists.

At Coastal Point press time on Wednesday, Oct. 19, the Indians were set to face Postlethwait Middle School before gearing up for their final home match of the season, against Millsboro on Monday, Oct. 24, at 4 p.m.