SMS Report


Indians girls’ volleyball remains perfect

They have yet to be scored upon this season, cruising to six straight shutout wins, including their most recent 2-0 whitewash of Mariner last Wednesday, Oct. 17.

They would be the Selbyville Middle School girls’ volleyball team.

The Indians have already avenged a loss to Chipman from last year, and have Millsboro left as one of their three remaining games on the schedule. It will be a home match to finish the season on Wednesday, Oct. 31, following road dates with Milford (10/24) and Delmar (10/29).

In the win over Mariner, the Indians posted individual game scores of 25-12 and 25-10.

Camryn Ehlers had 16 service points, including 11 aces for the Indians. Grace Fiorilla had seven service points for the winners as well.

The Selbyville ‘B’ team also won their match by the score of 25-9. Marissa Layton had nine aces in that one.

The team consists of 8th-graders Aniyah Blake, Scarlett Dunn, Camryn Ehlers, Madison Geppi, Lily Hoban and Mya McDonald. The 7th graders include Taylor Conaway, Brynn Crandell, Grace Fiorilla, Marissa Layton, Alisa Tyre, Emelia Welch and Jade Wilkins. Five 6th-graders round out the roster that includes Leilani Ehlers, Gracie Hoban, Isabella Snow, Anna Wiest and Jessica Zimmerman.

Indians struggles continue

It’s certainly not for a lack of effort or trying, but the Selbyville boys’ soccer team just cannot seem to find the medicine to what is ailing their offense lately.

Monday, Oct. 22, they suffered their third straight loss. This time it was a 2-0 decision to Postlethwait on the road. During this stretch, the Indians — now 4-3 on the season — have only managed to score just two goals, while allowing nine.

They will look to right the ship with three of their last four games away from the friendly confines of the River Soccer Club. Their last home date is against Dover Central (Oct. 29).

Indians remain unbeaten

Selbyville’s football squad posted a 26-0 win over Georgetown on Thursday, Oct. 18. No other stats or information was provided.

The team has its final two games remaining at home against Seaford (10/25) and Millsboro (11/1).

Indians battle to a tie

The Selbyville field hockey team fought to a scoreless tie on the road at Postlethwait on Monday, Oct. 22. They have four games left in their 2018 season with just one of those at home on Monday, Oct. 29.

 

By Jason Feather

Staff Reporter