LEWES – Seniors Camryn Bernheimer and Allie Yeager scored goals two minutes apart early in the second-half as No. 1 Cape Henlopen remained unbeaten by holding off No. 16 Ursuline 2-0 in the first round of the DIAA Field Hockey Tournament on Tuesday.
Bernheimer scored off an assist from senior Tiara Duffy while Yeager got an assist from sophomore Erin Coverdale as the Vikings (15-0-1) .
The Vikings outshot Ursuline (9-6-1) 10-4.
Cape Henlopen senior goalkeeper Katie Kolobielski made three saves to post the shutout.
Ursuline’s goalie, senior Rocio Posada, made six saves.
The Vikings move on to play No. 8 Wilmington Christian on Saturday at Milford High.
HOCKESSIN – Junior McKenzie Frederick’s unassisted goal with 2:49 left in the game gave Sanford a tournament victory.No. 4 Sanford 1, No. 13 Caravel 0
The Warriors (13-2-1) outshot Caravel 6-2 and Sanford senior goalkeeper Paige Hueblein needed to make no saves to post the shutout. Senior Samantha Lester made five saves in goal for Caravel (9-5-2).
The Warriors advance to face No. 5 Polytech in a quarterfinal game on Saturday at 2 p.m. at Smyrna High School.
WOODSIDE – Junior Alyssa Jacobs scored off an assist from sophomore Jamie Trabaudo with 1:17 left in the game to give Polytech the win.No. 5 Polytech 2, No. 12 Sussex Tech 1
The Panthers (14-2) took a 1-0 lead into halftime after freshman Camryn Dennis scored off a Jacobs assist with 21:00 left in the first half.
Sussex Tech (12-4) tied it up with 20:46 to go in the game as junior Torrie Huk scored off an assist by junior Hannah Collins.
Polytech prevailed despite being outshot 11-8.
Sophomore goalie Lauren Lee made eight saves for the Panthers.
Senior Allison Moses made five saves in goal for Sussex Tech.