2003-2004 Woodbridge Boys' Basketball Schedule
Milford 63, Woodbridge 16
The Blue Raiders failed to score in double figures in any quarter as they dropped the Henlopen Conference Southern Division game on Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2004.
Playing without flu-ridden leading scorers T.J. Neal and Terrell Atkinson, the Raiders were outscored by Milford 26-1 in the first quarter and managed only 4 points in the third and 2 points in the fourth quarter.
Shawn Cannon scored 7 points for Woodbridge, including a three-pointer. The Raiders are 0-5 in the South.
Indian River 57, Woodbridge 42
The Blue Raiders continued to struggle to score points as they dropped their fourth straight Henlopen Conference Southern Division contest on Thursday, Dec. 18, 2003.
Woodbridge only scored 15 points in the first half but trailed only 20-15 at halftime. Indian River, however, took control with a 20-13 advantage in the third quarter.
T.J. Neal led the Raiders with 15 points. Woodbridge is now 0-4 in the Henlopen South.
Laurel 72, Woodbridge 57
The Blue Raiders dropped their third consecutive Henlopen Conference Southern Division game to fall to 0-3 in the division on Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2003.
T.J. Neal led the Raiders with 16 points. Leshon Cannon added 14 points including two of Woodbridge's 7 three-pointers. Ross Horsey contributed 9 points.
The Raiders stayed close until the third period, when Laurel outscored them 24-6.
Delmar 46, Woodbridge 39
The Blue Raiders dropped their second straight game with the Henlopen Conference Southern Division defeat on Friday, Dec. 12, 2003.
Woodbridge scored only 1 point in the first period and never recovered. Delmar led 16-8 at halftime.
No Raider scored in double figures, but Andre Cannon, Shawn Hughes, T.J. Neal and Whidbee scored 7 points apiece. Cannon hit a three-pointer.
Woodbridge is now 0-2 in the Henlopen South.
Smyrna 57, Woodbridge 42
The Blue Raiders started strong but fell apart in the second quarter of a Henlopen Conference Southern Division loss on Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2003.
Woodbridge took a 10-3 lead after one quarter but scored only five points in the second period to trail 21-15 at halftime.
Shawn Hughes led the way for Woodbridge with 13 points, while Atkinson added 11.