It was Indian versus Indian on May 16 as Indian River High School lacrosse team members faced each other in the first annual Green & Gold Game — the future alumni game.
On Wednesday morning, Indian River High School got the news that its 13-5 softball team was headed for the state tournament. One of four Henlopen Conference teams to host their first game, the 8th-seed Indians will face 9th-seed St. Georges on Saturday, May 25, at 1 p.m.
Indian River High School’s girls’ tennis team has made a tradition of winning the Henlopen Conference Southern Division, now earning the trophy for the fourth consecutive year.
Registration closed this week, several days early, for the annual Justin’s Beach House Memorial Day Weekend 5K Run/3K Walk. As of Tuesday morning, 810 people had registered for the Saturday morning race, which takes off at 7:30 a.m. on May 25 in downtown Bethany Beach.
At least 10 Indian River High School seniors are preparing to continue sports in college, and some are getting scholarships in return.
Indian River’s 10-5 girls’ soccer team hit the road Wednesday night, after Coastal Point’s press deadline, to face Caravel Academy in the first round of state tournament.
The Indian River High School girls’ soccer team enjoyed a 6-0 win over Sussex Central on May 14, thanks to an early lead.
Indian River High School’s baseball team ended their season May 14 with the most storied situation: bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the seventh.
Indian River High School’s lacrosse team lost their early foothold against Delmar on May 7, but their 15-6 loss was an improvement on their 16-2 loss earlier this season.
Indian River High School this week became only the second school to defeat Polytech in girls’ soccer, on a score of 3-2, and the first to do it on the Panthers’ home turf.
Despite Tuesday’s blustery weather, on May 7 the Indian River High School track-and-field team saw many familiar faces at Sussex Tech’s hyper-local tri-meet, also featuring IR and Sussex Central.
Like most people, 11-year-old Blake Hundley was upset by the Boston Marathon bombing of April 15, which killed three people and injured at least 260 people, according to recent reports. But Hundley did not feel powerless to help.
In the rain and mud of Tuesday afternoon, Indian River High School’s lacrosse team defeated Worcester Preparatory School, 10-8, in a satisfying rematch at their home field.
Indian River High School’s baseball team beat Delmar, 2-0, with scores in just the first inning at Dagsboro on April 23.
Indian River High School’s golf team knew they had a tough match ahead when the 2012 state champions, Caesar Rodney, came to town. Dreary weather didn’t help with the April 23 match, either. CR won, 164-200, as all their golfers swung under 50 strokes, and CR medalist Jerome Mangubat hit 37 on the 9-hole, par-36 course.