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Nah'Shon Hyland of St. Georges has been named the 2018-19 Delaware Sportswriters and Broadcasters Association Boys Basketball Player of the Year after a vote of the state's coaches and media.
Don't already have your ticket to Saturday's much-anticipated DIAA Boys Basketball Championship Game between Dover and Sanford? It's too late.
Sanford's Jyare Davis led 4 Warriors in double-figures with 20 points as they defeated St. Georges 67-50 to set up a much-anticipated DIAA Boys Basketball State Championship Game.
Nah'Shon Hyland didn't score in the opening quarter, but finished with a game-high 22 points as No. 5 St. Georges defeated No. 4 Caesar Rodney 58-41 to earn a trip to the DIAA Boys Basketball semifinals at the Bob Carpenter Center.
Wrestling and Indoor Track now have their state champions, and while the attention falls towards the conference wrestling titles this weekend, there's still a lot to sort out in basketball.
Indoor Track & Field athletes will run and jump for the first winter championships, but only one new team moved to the top in this week's WDEL/Delaware SportsZone Delaware High School Rankings.
If you didn't know any better, everything seemed normal inside St. Georges' gymnasium.
St. Georges' Trinity Brittingham hit a three-pointer as time was expiring in regulation, and then Aniyah Williams scored six points in overtime as the Hawks defeated Delcastle 57-49 to stay in second place in Flight A Girls Basketball.
Newark's Joey Hodges scored 16 points as the Yellowjackets overcame a halftime deficit to defeat Middletown 53-44 in a Flight A contest Thursday evening.