With less than a week before the Blue Hens kick off the 2019 football season, construction workers are racing against the clock to put the finishing touches on the long-awaited renovations to Delaware Stadium.
The Newark football team has completed its first week of preseason practice and has one scrimmage under its belt with two remaining.
To say the players on Canal Little League’s 10-and-under all-star team have had some success would be a drastic understatement.
Newark National Little League suffered its second loss in the Mid-Atlantic Regional tournament Tuesday, ending the team’s quest to return to the Little League World Series.
In 2013, Newark National Little League became just the second Delaware team to reach the Little League World Series. This year’s team set a goal back in June to return to Williamsport, Pa., site of perhaps the world’s most popular youth sports event.
The girls on the Canal Little League softball all-star team were elated when they won the District 2 Tournament earlier this month and moved on to compete in the state tournament.
Zach Coffing recently finished a more-than-stellar athletic career at Newark High, finishing with an astonishing 21 varsity letters while often competing in two sports per season during his four years.
Newark National Little League’s Majors all-star team has enjoyed much success during the past decade, highlighted by a trip to the World Series in 2013.
The Newark American Little League Majors all-star team will take the field on Monday with home-field advantage for the opening game of the District 2 tournament. For the 12-year-olds on the team, it’s an opportunity to do something that hasn’t happened since they became players in the majors…
The annual DFRC Blue-Gold All-Star football game is a Delaware sports tradition like none other. From very young ages, youth football players dream of one day getting the opportunity to perform on the state’s grandest football stage – Delaware Stadium.
Madi and Sam Karr are twin sisters. Like a lot of twins, doing similar things and spending a lot of time together has become second nature to them. That won’t change in August when they pack the car and head west to Mount Union University in Ohio.
It was a banner spring season for Newark Charter High School as the Patriots baseball, softball, girls lacrosse and girls soccer teams all advanced to their respective state tournaments. Track and field had its best finish ever at states, and the golf team qualified two for the state championships.
Former local standout athletes Derrick May, Lenny Richardson and Kristin Mills Caldwell headline the Delaware Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2019.
The issue of high school coaches coaching their own players outside of the traditional sports season has been an ongoing informal topic of discussion for years. To many, it makes no sense. To others, it’s long overdue.
Glasgow High’s girls soccer team kicked off the 2019 season as an experience-depleted squad after the graduation of 13 seniors. But that fact didn’t dampen the spirits of the few returning varsity players. In fact, the vacancies provided spots for several players who, during the course of th…