High School Football Roundup

Wicomico can’t get by North Caroline, 20-14

The North Caroline Bulldogs held off the visiting Wicomico Indians football team by a count of 20-14 in Friday’s league outing.

With the win, North Caroline upgrades its record to 5-4 on the season. The Bulldogs travel to Colonel Richardson to confront the Colonels in a non-league outing.

With the loss, Wicomico moves to 4-5 on the season. The Indians host cross-town rival Bennett in a Bayside 3A/2A outing on Friday.

The Clippers go into the outing with a record of 3-6.

Bennett lost 48-0 in their recent league outing against Kent Island in Stevensville.

Parkside takes care of Decatur, 35-28

In last Thursday’s league game, the Parkside Rams football team tipped the visiting Stephen Decatur Seahawks, by a final score of 35-28.

The Rams (4-5) will now prepare for their game against Washington of Princess Anne. The Jaguars come into the non-league game with a 4-5 record. In their last game, Washington got by Snow Hill, 25-24, in a league game.

The Seahawks now hold a 1-8 record. They take the field next when they host Snow Hill for a non-league game on Friday.

Decatur will battle a Eagles team coming off a 25-24 league loss to Washington. The Eagles record now stands at 2-7.

Delmar routs Indian River, 42-6

The Delmar Wildcats football squad scored 42 points and limited the visiting Indian River Indians to 6 points in the Wildcats league win on Friday.

The Wildcats now possess a 4-5 record. They play next when they travel to Woodbridge for a Henlopen-Southern battle on Friday.

Delmar will play a Raiders squad coming off a 27-21 non-league win over Sussex Tech. The Raiders record now stands at 5-4.

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