Sports Report — May 04, 2018


High school golf
Polytech 175, Indian River 189

The Indian River High School Indians dropped their second straight golf match Monday afternoon — this time against the Panthers. It was Polytech’s seventh straight win.

Patrick Gogarty was low-man for the Indians with 43, but it wasn’t enough. Mikaela Brosnahan shot a 47, and Joe D’Orazio followed with a 48.

Poly’s Connor Young was the match’s medalist, with a 40.

The match was played on the back nine at Wild Quail Country Club, with a par score of 36.

On Tuesday, the Indians faced Smyrna and got back on the winning track with an impressive 179-206 decision over the Eagles.

Brosnahan was medalist for her low-match score of 43. Gogarty and D’Orazio each carded a 45, while Isabel Wolfenbarger (46), Ryan McCoy (47) and Zach Lingenfelter (48) all shot well to help the winning cause.

The Indians (6-4) will now be off until Tuesday, May 8, when they will face Delmar in a home match at Cripple Creek Country Club.

High school boys’ lacrosse
Sussex Tech 17, Indian River 7

The Sussex Tech Ravens this week jumped out to a 9-3 lead at the intermission before sealing the deal with five more goals in the third quarter, en route to a Henlopen Conference win over the Indians.

Five different players scored for IR, led by Thomas Harris and Zach Schultz, who each scored twice. John Martin, Dylan White and Patrick Banks each chipped in with one goal apiece.

Dane Zimmerman and Nathaniel Quillin led the Ravens with five goals each.

Sussex Tech outshot the Indians 61-35 on the day, with IR’s Samuel Miltner credited with 13 saves.

The loss followed a 13-6 win for the Indians against Sussex Tech on Friday, April 27.

In that contest, William Josetti led the Indians with four goals, while Wyatt Kovatch and Ryan Burbridge added two goals apiece. White, Martin and Patrick Spencer rounded out the scoring for Indian River last Friday.

The Indians will close out the season with five straight home games, starting with a contest against Delmar on Wednesday, May 2, (after Coastal Point press time). For scores and information, check out our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Indian River girls’ soccer
Indian River 7, Woodbridge 1

Isabella Binko held the hot hand — well, um… foot (yeah — that’s it) — for the Indians during Saturday’s win over the Blue Raiders in Henlopen Conference action.

Binko scored four goals and assisted on another to lead the way for the Indians on April 28. Anastasia Diakos had a pair of goals to go along with an assist. Lauren Meehan booted home the other goal for IR.

Binko got things rolling for IR just five minutes into the contest, on an unassisted shot. She would follow that up less than two minutes later on a helper from Diakos. Isabella Keith served up a pass to Diakos at the 11:15 mark to make it 3-0 IR.

Diakos got the scoring going in the second half, on a helper from Meehan. Three minutes later, it was Binko again, with Grace Engel getting credit for the assist.

The fourth goal from Binko came at the 54:42 mark, on a pass from Tobi LoRusso, before Meehan closed out the scoring for IR at 70:45.

IR outshot their hosts 25-3 in the contest and had two corner kick opportunities.

Fabrea McCray needed to make just one save for the Indians.

High school girls’ lacrosse
Worcester Prep 15, Indian River 3

The Indians fell behind early and were never able to recover in a loss to the Fighting Mallards this week.

IR’s three markers were from Sarandon Slebodnick, Kaylee Hall and Kealey Allison.

Worcester Prep, a perennial Maryland power, was led by Cameron Langeler’s three goals in the contest.

The Indians were outshot 23-7 in the contest. Mya Parks made eight saves for IR.

IR was set to travel to St. Thomas More on Wednesday, May 2, (after Coastal Point press time) for a non-conference matchup before returning home on Thursday, May 3, to face Delaware Military Academy. For scores and information, check out our Facebook and Twitter pages.

By Jason Feather
Staff Reporter