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Tuesday, February 2
7:00pm High School Basketball Appoquinimink at Salesianum
Saturday, February 6
7:00pm High School Basketball Mount Pleasant at Salesianum
Sunday, February 7
2:00pm Super Bowl 50 Denver vs Carolina

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Padua wins Indoor Track & Field

By Kara Pokropski 10:46pm, February 6, 2016
VIDEO: Highlights of girls champs
The Padua Pandas finished first place in the 2016 DIAA State Indoor Track and Field Championships for the fourth consecutive year.

The Pandas totaled 133.5 for the victory; with Smryna falling behind with 100 points to take second.

Sophomore Lydia Olivere dominated the track during the 1600 and 3200 meter races - setting a meet record of 4:59.91 for the 1600.

The Pandas secured second and third place finishes in the 55 meter hurdles. Delcastle's Sherita Lowman secured first place, Taliah Cintron took second, and Cameron Lucey followed behind for third.

Smyrna's Myrissa Mcfolling-Young was a power house as she too first place in the shot put.

Tatnall, who took the overall third place finish, dominated the 4x800 meter Relay with Keelin Hays, Caroline Foley, Jill Reinhardt, and Savannah Pankow. Pandas followed behind for to take second place.

Sals Indoor Track & Field snatch 1st

By Kara Pokropski 10:46pm, February 6, 2016
VIDEO: Highlights of Sals win
Salesianum took home the first place trophy for the 2016 DIAA State Indoor Track & Field Championships on Saturday out of Landover, Maryland.

Sallies earned their victory with a total of 100 points. The former champions, Dover, followed behind with 78 points to take second place. Glasgow closed in behind with 53 points for third.

A statement was made during the 800 meter run as Salesianum took 1-2-3 victories with Andrew Hally first, Colin Parker at second, and John Walker at third.

The Sals triple power did it again during the 1600 meter run with Hally in first, John Walker in second, and George Stienhoff in the third.

Sals took first and second on the field with the pole vault - Matthew Kosciewicz and Noah Bale.

Andrew Hally and George Steinhoff took second and third falling behind Charter's Kevin Murray for the 3200 meter.

Mount shuts out Sals in fourth quarter in big win

By Brandon Bossert 10:58pm, February 6, 2016
VIDEO: Highlights and reaction to Mount's win at Salesianum.
Mount Pleasant defeated Salesianum 48-27 before a packed house Saturday night in a battle of top contenders.

With standout freshman KVonn Cramer out with an illness, Mount's offense struggled to a slow start. The Green Knight defense kept the game close, and senior Raheim Burnett buried a 3-pointer to close out the first to give the visitors a 9-7 lead.

The score remained close early in the second until Mount's offense erupted for a 9-0 run. Their lead would stretch to as many as 8 in the first half.

Just as it appeared Mount (14-3) had full control, Salesianum guard Mike Kempski hit back-to-back 3-pointers to cut the Mount lead to 1.

With time running down in the half, a 3 from Keon Taylor gave the Green Knights a 7-point lead and all of the momentum going into the break.

After a slow third quarter, Mount's defense clamped down in the fourth. Salesianum (7-6) struggled to get off any uncontested shots, and went 0-for-5 from the foul line in the final period. Mount would outscore the Sals 14-0 in the fourth quarter leading to their fifth 20-point win of the season.

Salesianum struggled from the foul line, converting just 5-of-18 from the charity stripe.

Burnett led all scorers for Mount with 17 points, Sharif Holland joined Burnett in double-figures with 10. Mike Kempski led Salesianum with 8 points.

Mount Pleasant's next test will be 13-2 William Penn at home Tuesday at 5:30pm. Salesianum will stay at home for a big match-up with number 1 ranked Sanford Monday at 7:30pm - that game will be broadcast live on WDEL.

William & Mary rolls to 90-64 win over Delaware

By Associated Press 12:01pm, February 7, 2016
Omar Prewitt scored 21 points as William & Mary rolled to a 90-64 win over Delaware on Saturday for its fourth-straight victory.

Greg Malinowski added 15 points and five rebounds for the Tribe (17-6, 9-3 Colonial Athletic Association) who had a 43-28 rebounding edge over Delaware. Terry Tarpey scored 12 points and led the team with 11 rebounds, Connor Burchfield had 11 points and Sean Sheldon chipped in 10. David Cohn dished 10 assists in addition to scoring seven points.

William & Mary led early in the first half and had a 39-22 advantage at the break. Delaware never threatened in the second half and the Tribe rolled to the win.

Kory Holden scored 24 points with five rebounds and three assists for the Blue Hens (5-18, 0-12) who have lost 15-straight games. Marvin King-Davis added 22 points and eight rebounds.

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