Extra Points – October14, 2016


Beam scores in 2-1 win over Rhode Island

Up 1-0 on Rhode Island, the University of Richmond women’s soccer team got some insurance and the eventual game-decider from freshman midfielder and Indian River High School graduate Brooke Beam when she found the net for the second time this season during a 2-1 win on Sunday, Oct. 9.

It was the 35th minute when Beam spun a URI defender and booted a left-footed shot from 25 yards out, which eventually made its way over the outstretched arm of the Rams’ keeper and into the net’s corner pocket, to make it 2-0.

While the Rams would score in the 45th minute, the Spiders would hang on for the win, improving to 7-5-1 on the season and 2-2 in the Colonial Athletic Conference.

The goal was Beam’s second on the season. She also has had three assists so far this season.

The Spiders were set to take on Saint Joseph’s on Thursday, Oct. 13, (after Coastal Point press time), in another conference matchup.

Ziskay leading CAC, Wesley volleyball in service aces/set

Indian River High School graduate and current Wesley College freshman Kaya Ziskay is currently leading not only the Wolverines but the entire Capital Athletic Conference in service aces per set, with 0.77.

Ziskay is playing outside hitter for the Wolverines and so far has racked up 20 service aces, nine kills, two assists and 26 digs during her freshman campaign, as of their Oct. 7 game at Mary Washington.

Moore hauls in TD during SU football loss to Rowan

The Salisbury University football team took their first loss of the season on Saturday, Oct. 8, falling 34-30 to Rowan (4-1, 3-1).

Despite the setback, Indian River High School graduate and Salisbury senior Aaron Moore hauled in a 21-yard touchdown pass during the game, for his first score of the 2016 season.

He also returned six kicks for a 22.0 yard average and long of 29 during the game. The touchdown was the 25th of his NCAA career.

At 4-1 overall and 3-1 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference, Moore and the Seagulls will look to rebound against William Paterson University on the road on Saturday, Oct. 15.

Selbyville Middle School volleyball off to 5-0 start

The Selbyville Middle School volleyball team improved to 5-0 with a 2-0 win over Chipman on Wednesday, Oct. 5, and 2-0 win over Mariner on Monday, Oct. 10.

In the matchup against Chipman, Raychel Ehlers had six aces and three kills, while her younger sister, Camryn Ehlers, finished with four aces and 13 assists. Ursula Barrientos racked up three aces in the game, and Nicole Woody added two aces and 10 assists.

Against Mariner on Monday, Raychel Ehlers finished with nine aces and four kills, Camryn Ehlers put together eight service points and 12 assists, Woody had three aces and 11 assists, Alex Johnson six aces and two kills, and Izzy Binko added two kills as well.

The Indians took down Chipman with wins of 25-22 and 25-14, and Mariner 25-8, 25-15. They have yet to go to three sets in any game so far this season.

The team was gearing up for Georgetown on Wednesday, Oct. 12, (after Coastal Point press time), before returning home to face Fifer Middle School on Monday, Oct. 17.

Boo-B-Que By the Sea 5K walk/run set for Oct. 21, 22

Boo-B-Que By the Sea is back for year two, with Gov. Jack Markell declaring Friday, Oct. 21, and Saturday, Oct. 22, official “Boo-B-Que Days.”

The 5K run/walk being held at the Delaware Seashore State Park in Bethany Beach will also feature a barbecue competition with prizes, costume contest, trick-or-treating, surf-fishing tag auction, craft beer garden, amusement rides, live music and more.

For more information, or to register, visit www.boo-bq.com.