Boys' Hoop Recap
Glasgow 61, Seaford 57
The Blue Jays finished their regular season at 10-12 overall with the loss in a nonconference game postponed by Thursday's snow. Brent Evans led Seaford with 4 of the Blue Jays' 7 three-pointers and tied Larry Savage for team-high scoring honors with 14 points.
Lake Forest 82, Seaford 72
The Blue Jays slipped to 9-10 in the Henlopen South and 10-11 overall with the loss in their conference finale. C.J. Scott poured in a game-high 25 points for Seaford. Brent Evans added 16 points in the loss to the three-time Henlopen South champions.
Seaford 72, Smyrna 52
The Blue Jays rose to 8-9 in the Henlopen South and 8-11 overall with the rout. Seaford broke open a 35-29 game at halftime with a 22-7 advantage in the third quarter. C.J. Scott led the victory with 23 points. Darrell Banks added 19 points and sank 3 of the Jays' 5 three-pointers.
Seaford 67, Delmar 63
The Blue Jays upset Delmar behind C.J. Scott's team-high 18 points. Brent Evans added 15 points and Larry Savage scored 14 more.
Seaford 57, Indian River 52
The Blue Jays posted the win behind Brent Evans and C.J. Scott. Evans scored 17 points while Scott added 15. Larry Savage contributed 10 more for Seaford. Seaford, which nailed 4 three-pointers, took a five-point lead at the end of the first quarter and never relinquished it. Evans and Savage sank 2 three-pointers apiece.
William Penn 69, Seaford 60
The Blue Jays fell to 5-11 overall but made a strong second half showing against the state's fourth-ranked team. The Blue Jays trailed 42-26 at halftime but outscored the Colonials 34-27 in the second half. Brent Evans scored 21 points to lead Seaford, which succumbed to a 41-point performance by William Penn's Devon Smith. C.J. Scott scored 15 more points for the Jays.
Seaford 66, Cape Henlopen 63
The Blue Jays outscored Cape 21-14 in the fourth quarter to pull off the upset. Brent Evans scored 16 points to lead the win. C.J. Scott scored 14 points and hit 2 of the Blue Jays' 7 three-pointers. Darrell Banks drained 3 three-pointers on the way to 13 points. The win raised Seaford to 5-8 overall.
Smyrna 65, Seaford 63
The Blue Jays dropped to 3-9 overall after leading by 7 points at halftime. Brent Evans scored 18 points for the Blue Jays. Larry Savage and C.J. Scott each scored 13.
Dover 62, Seaford 60
The Blue Jays lost their third straight to a Henlopen North foe after their third quarter rally fell short. Larry Savage scored a game-high 19 points for Seaford, which slipped to 3-6 in the conference and 3-7 overall. C.J. Scott chipped in with 16 points.
Caesar Rodney 70, Seaford 61
The Blue Jays put three players in double figures but fell to 3-5 in the conference and 3-6 overall. C.J. Scott paced Seaford with 19 points. Larry Savage added 18 points and Brent Evans scored 14 more.
Sussex Central 75, Seaford 52
The Blue Jays fell to 3-4 in the conference and 3-5 overall with the loss to the Northern Division power. Seaford fell behind 45-24 at halftime and never challenged. C.J. Scott led the Blue Jays with 14 points.
Seaford 57, Woodbridge 56
The Blue Jays won on a last-second shot by Brent Evans just after Woodbridge's Doug Avery had given his team a one-point lead with a three-pointer with four seconds remaining. Evans took the ensuing inbounds pass and went the length of the court for the winning points. Evans finished with a team-high 24 points. C.J. Scott added 14 points for Seaford, which rose to 3-3 in the Henlopen South and 3-4 overall.
Lake Forest 79, Seaford 61
The Blue Jays got good balance with three players in double figures but fell apart in the second half of the Henlopen South contest. Seaford, which dropped to 2-3 in the South and 2-4 overall, led by two points at halftime. Brent Evans paced the Blue Jays with 19 points. Larry Savage and C.J. Scott added 15 and 14 points, respectively.
Delmar 50, Seaford 33
The Blue Jays didn't have a single player in double figures in the Henlopen South defeat. Now 2-2 in the South and 2-3 overall, Seaford was outscored 18-8 in the second quarter after scoring only 5 points in the first period. Larry Savage and Keith Gamble scored 6 points apiece, while leading scorer C.J. Scott managed only 5 points.
Seaford 61, Laurel 59
The Blue Jays improved to 2-1 in the Henlopen South and overall thanks to an off-balance, buzzer-beating shot from the foul line by Brent Evans. C.J. Scott and Evans scored 14 points apiece for the Blue Jays. Seaford led 15-3 after the first period and hung on at the end against the rival Bulldogs. Laurel actually took a 41-33 lead into the final period but the Blue Jays rallied with 28 fourth quarter points.
Seaford 76, Indian River 57
The Blue Jays collected their first win while handing Indian River its first loss. Now 1-1 in the Henlopen Conference Southern Division and overall, Seaford, sparked by C.J. Scott's game-high 23 points, started breaking away from the Indians at the end of the first half. A 12-2 run gave the Blue Jays a 30-21 halftime lead. The Blue Jays continued to build on the lead in the third period and led 50-34 by quarter's end. Brent Evans joined Scott in double figures with 14 points, while Wayne Keaton and Jamar Gamble contributed 9 points apiece.
Woodbridge 76, Seaford 64
The Blue Jays dropped their season-opener as they committed three technical fouls in the fourth quarter. Donnell Smack's 16 points led the Blue Jays. C.J. Scott added 12 more.
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