Bennett prevails over Decatur, 48-34

The crowd at Saturday’s league contest between the Bennett Clippers and the visiting Decatur Seahawks witnessed Bennett’s football squad defeat Decatur by a count of 48-34.

The Clippers now own a 3-5 record. They play next when they host Kent Island for a Bayside 3A/2A contest on Friday.

Bennett will encounter a Buccaneers squad coming off a 21-3 league win over Easton. The Buccaneers record now stands at 7-1.

Coming up next, the Seahawks encounter the Parkside Rams in a Bayside 3A/2A contest, on Thursday.

Decatur will attempt to upgrade on its 1-7 season record. The Rams go into the contest with a 3-5 record after their 42-20 league win over Wi-Hi.

Wicomico felled by Parkside, 42-20

The Wicomico Indians football team was knocked off 42-20 in Friday’s league challenge with the visiting Parkside Rams.

The Rams (3-5) will now prepare for their challenge against Decatur. The Seahawks come into the Bayside 3A/2A challenge with a 1-7 record.

The Indians now sport a 4-4 record. They take the field next when they travel to North Caroline for a Bayside 3A/2A challenge on Friday.

Wi-Hi will meet a Bulldogs team coming off a 21-20 league loss to Queen Anne’s County. The Bulldogs record now stands at 4-4.

Delmar can’t quite match Laurel, 34-13

The Laurel Bulldogs football team won 34-13 in Friday’s league challenge with the host Delmar Wildcats.

The Wildcats (3-5) will now prepare for their challenge against Indian River. The Indians come into the Henlopen-Southern challenge with a 4-4 record. In their last challenge, Indian River knocked off Seaford, 49-0, in a league challenge.

The Bulldogs now sport a 6-2 record. They take the field next when they travel to Milford for a Henlopen-Southern challenge on Friday

Laurel will meet a Buccaneers team coming off a 20-12 league loss to Woodbridge. The Buccaneers record now stands at 1-7.

As your community newspaper, we are committed to making Salisbury a better place. You can help support our mission by making a voluntary contribution to the newspaper.

You are encouraged to leave relevant comments but engaging in personal attacks, threats, online bullying or commercial spam will not be allowed. All comments should remain within the bounds of fair play and civility. (You can disagree with others courteously, without being disagreeable.) Feel free to express yourself but keep an open mind toward finding value in what others say. To report abuse or spam, click the X in the upper right corner of the comment box.

Facebook Comment