Seaford basektball Aivyon Matthews skies o block a shot during their win over Dover in the DIAA boys basketball state championship photo by Nick Halliday 1

Seaford grabs early lead and coasts

Glenn FrazerHeadlines, Sports

The Seaford boys basketball team put together a highlight reel of plays in the opening 12 minutes of their second round playoff game against Dover Thursday night. Seniors Brent Ricketts and Makel Hubbard both brought the sold out crowd to its feet with slam dunks as part of a 16-0 Blue Jays run to end the opening quarter. Leading 23-5 …

Seaford Boys basketball team standing for the National Anthem photo by Ben Fulton 2

Seaford pulls away late to capture Henlopen-South Title

Glenn FrazerHeadlines, Sports

  The second ranked Seaford Blue Jays made 5 of 7 three point shots to start the game and took a 20-12 first quarter lead they would never relinquish in an 89-76 win Tuesday night. The win secured the Henlopen South title for the third straight season as the Blue Jays improved to 19-1 (14-0 in the South) heading into …

Seaford basektball player Avyion Matthews scored 25 points in their win over Laurel photo courtesy of Ben Fulton 768x715 1

Avyion Matthews leads Seaford over Laurel

Glenn FrazerHeadlines, Sports

The third ranked Seaford Blue Jays and tenth ranked Laurel Bulldogs played a very important boys basketball game that resembled a “track meet” as the teams raced up and down the floor for 32 minutes in front of a “sold out” crowd in Bill Pugh Gymnasium Thursday night. The Blue Jays held a 14-7 1st quarter lead but Laurel out …

Seaford Basketball Careen Bolden left Brent Ricketts Middle Akendre Matthes left getting ready to be introduced at the Hoop Hall East tournament photo by Ben Fulton

Seaford gets out early and dominates

Patrick GaryantesHeadlines, Sports

The 2023 Slam Dunk to the Beach presented by Hoophall East, showcases some of the greatest talent in high school basketball in the country during its annual visit to Cape Henlopen High School.  Since the event returned to Lewes in 2014 a ton of current NBA players have graced the court at Cape including Mo Bamba (Westtown/Orlando Magic), Jonathan Kuminga …

St. Elizabeth football player Chris Caracter runs the ball during their game against Seaford Photo courtesy of Mike Lang 1

Vikings advance to second straight state championship

Jason WinchellHeadlines, Sports

St. Elizabeth got nearly 500 yards and five touchdowns from their dynamic running back duo of Quasim Benson and Chris Caracter, as the Vikings outlasted Seaford, 46-35, in a DIAA Class 1A semifinal Saturday night at Abessinio Stadium. The second-seeded Vikings will meet the top seed, Laurel, on December 10th at Delaware Stadium. It is a rematch of last year’s …

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Quillin realignment has Seaford football back on track

Benny MitchellHeadlines, Sports

Seaford – At the end of Seaford football’s two-week summer camp, head football coach Mark Quillin looked across the field as 50-plus athletes gathered for a team photo. “It has been great to see the program grow over the past two years,” Quillin said. “Actually has caught me off guard this season.  Luckily, having coached at Tech for 10 years …

Tower Hill earns first ever state final appearance

Joe SinglesHeadlines, Sports

Tower Hill celebrating after earnng their first ever state championship final in school history photo by Nick Halliday The No. 3 seed Tower Hill Hillers took on the No. 10 seed Seaford Blue Jays Thursday evening at University of Delaware in the semi-finals of the DIAA boys’ basketball state tournament. This was Tower Hill’s second trip to the semis in …

Seaford advances to 1st Final Four in 25 Years

GlennFrazerHeadlines, Sports

Seaford boys basketball heading to the semifinals of the DIAA boys basketball state championship photo courtesy of Seaford Instagram & pics by TYY Fourth year head coach Vince Evans was a senior in 1997 when the Blue Jays won the program’s only state championship in boys basketball. He now has Seaford one game away from a return to the title …

Seaford’s 3-point shooting leads them into quarterfinals

Nick AlessandriniHeadlines, Sports

Kashmeir Wise takes a thre point attempt in win over appoquinimink photo by Ben Fulton BF Imagery It was an unorthodox start at Appoquinimink High School for round 2 of the DIAA Playoffs. Seaford’s Brent Ricketts received a technical foul for dunking during pregame warm ups, resulting in two free throws and possession for Appoquinimink to begin the game. But …