Girls' Hoop Recap
Caesar Rodney 65, Sussex Tech 50
The Ravens finished their season at 7-12 in the conference with the loss to the Henlopen Conference Northern Division champion Riders. Tech trailed just 27-26 at halftime but was outscored 21-11 in the third quarter. Monette Malabet and Amber Vanderwende led the Ravens with 10 points apiece.
Sussex Tech 47, Sussex Central 31
The Ravens rolled to the Henlopen Conference victory over their cross-town rivals behind Jamie Townsend's 15 points.
Tech took control of the game by outscoring Sussex Central 13-1 in the second period.
In rising to 7-11 in the conference, the Ravens also got 9 points from Melissa Morris and 7 points from Monette Malabet.
Sussex Tech 49, Lake Forest 44 (OT)
The Ravens played their second overtime game in two weeks, but this time they came out on top as Jamie Townsend sank a pair of free throws with 52 seconds left in the extra period to give Tech the lead for good. Townsend then hit a jump shot with 30 seconds to go to seal the outcome. Townsend and Melissa Morris led the Ravens with 12 points apiece. Monette Malabet added 10 points. Tech is now 6-11 in the conference.
Cape Henlopen 70, Sussex Tech 41
The Ravens dropped their sixth Henlopen Conference game in a row as they fell to 5-11 in the conference. Monette Malabet and Jamie Towndend led the Ravens with 10 points apiece, while Melissa Morris added 7. Tech fell behind Cape Henlopen 46-17 at halftime.
Polytech 43, Sussex Tech 27
The Ravens scored only four points from the second to third quarters in the loss to the Henlopen Conference Northern Division leaders. Melissa Morris paced Tech with 16 points. The Ravens are now 5-10 in the conference.
Milford 56, Sussex Tech 53 (2 OT)
The Ravens suffered a heart-breaking Henlopen Conference loss when they were outscored 7-4 in the second overtime period. Milford came back from a two-point third quarter deficit to force the first overtime. Melissa Morris led the Ravens with 17 points. Amber Vanderwende contributed 14 points. The Ravens dropped to 5-9 in the conference.
Dover 46, Sussex Tech 27
The Ravens suffered their second straight loss and their third in their last four games with the Henlopen Conference defeat. Tech fell behind 24-13 at halftime and lost all hope for a comeback with a 16-4 deficit in the third period. Melissa Morris led Tech with 14 points. The Ravens dropped to 5-8 in the conference.
Seaford 54, Sussex Tech 22
The Ravens fell behind early against the Henlopen Conference Southern Division leaders. Tech was outscored by Seaford 28-12 in the first half. Melissa Morris was the Ravens' top scorer with 8 points.
Indian River 55, Sussex Tech 34
The Ravens dropped the Henlopen Conference contest to end a two-game winning streak. Tech stayed close in the first quarter but was outscored by Indian River 12-4 in the second period. Monette Malabet led the Ravens with 11 points.
Sussex Tech 39, Laurel 38
Photo: Tech's Jamie Townsend
The Ravens won the Henlopen Conference game on a buzzer-beating jumper by Jamie Townsend
Townsend led the Ravens in scoring for the second straight game and lifted Tech to its second straight win.
Now 4-6 in the conference, Tech took a 22-16 halftime lead but fell behind Laurel 29-28 after three periods.
Myeisha Everette added 12 points and hit 3 three-pointers.
Sussex Tech 43, Delmar 38
Tech rose to 3-6 in the Henlopen Conference with the mild upset.The Ravens led 24-20 at halftime and then increased their lead to 34-23 after three quarters. Guard Jamie Townsend paced Tech with 16 points. Myeisha Everrette added 11 points.
Smyrna 39, Sussex Tech 30
Tech lost its second straight Henlopen Conference outing as it lost a first quarter lead when it was held to just 2 points in the second period. Smyrna outscored the Ravens 14-2 in the second quarter to take an 18-11 halftime lead. Myeisha Everette and Monette Malabet scored 9 and 8 points, respectively. Tech is now 2-6 in the conference.
Caesar Rodney 78, Sussex Tech 37
The Ravens found the going rough against the perennial Henlopen Conference power. CR jumped ahead 37-13 at halftime. The Ravens were led by Myeisha Everette's 10 points. Melissa Morris added 9 points and Megan Correll contributed 8 more. Tech is now 2-5 in the conference.
Sussex Tech 35, Sussex Central 19
The Ravens jumped to a 14-4 halftime lead and never looked back in the Henlopen Conference triumph over rival Sussex Central.
In rising to 2-4 in the conference, the Ravens got 12 points from guard Megan Correll and 10 points from Melissa Morris.
The Ravens host Caesar Rodney in a conference game on Tuesday, Jan. 8, at 7:30 p.m.
Cape Henlopen 50, Sussex Tech 43
Photo: Tech's Myeisha Everette
The Ravens gave Cape Henlopen a game but fell to 1-4 in the conference and 2-4 overall.
Myeisha Everette continued her solid play of late by leading Tech in scoring for the fourth consecutive game with 15 points.
Everette hit one of the Ravens' two three-pointers.
Tech led 10-8 after the first period but fell behind 26-23 at halftime and then fell further behind when it was outscored 14-6 in the third quarter.
Polytech 50, Sussex Tech 32
The Ravens fell to 1-3 in the conference and 2-3 overall with the Henlopen Conference Northern Division defeat.
Myeisha Everette led Tech with 15 points including a three-pointer.
Melissa Morris added 8 points and Jamie Townsend and Monette Malabet contributed 7 points apiece.
Everette and Townsend each hit three-pointers.
The Ravens were close at halftime as they trailed only 26-23, but Cape Henlopen put the game away in the third period with a 14-6 advantage.
Sussex Tech 43, Delcastle 34
The Ravens evened their record at 2-2 overall with the nonconference victory. Tech struggled with the Cougars in the first half as it led just 18-18 at halftime. But in the second half, the Ravens gradually pulled away. The Ravens were paced by Myeisha Everette's 14 points and Jamie Townsend's 10 points. Melissa Morris contributed 9 more points.
Polytech 50, Sussex Tech 32
The Ravens dropped the Henlopen Conference game to one of the conference's preseason favorites.
Tech stayed close in the first half, trailing 21-14 at halftime, but Polytech took command in the third quarter with a 16-8 advantage.
The loss dropped Tech to 1-2 in the conference and overall.
Myeisha Everette led the Ravens with 13 points.
Jamie Townsend and Monette Malabet added 8 and 7 points, respectively.
Sussex Tech 62, Milford 39
Photo: Tech's Melissa Morris
The Ravens won their first game for new coach Wesley Townsend as they scored big advantages in the first and third periods of the Henlopen Conference contest.
In rising to 1-1 in the conference and overall, Tech outscored Milford 14-4 in the first period and 20-6 in the third quarter.
Melissa Morris paced the Ravens with 13 points, while Megan Corell and Amber Vanderwende added 11 and 10 points, respectively. Vanderwende sank a three-pointer.
Jamie Townsend and Monette Malabet contibuted 9 and 8 points, respectively, and Amber Vanderwende sank a three-pointer.
Dover 48, Sussex Tech 30
The rebuilding Ravens fell in the debut of new coach Wesley Townsend.
Megan Correll and Myeisha Everette led Tech with 8 and 7 points, respectively.
Tech trailed by 15 points at halftime.
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