Wildcats shutout at home by Wilmington Friends

DELMAR, De- The Delmar Wildcats football team was shutout at home for the first time in 12+ years, falling 19-0 to Wilmington Friends on Saturday night at Francis E. Nunvar Stadium.

After a scoreless first quarter,  Anthony Dixon would push a 2-yard run into the end zone, putting the Quakers up 7-0. Jacob Jaworski would add a 38-yard field goal before the half, to give Friends a 10-0 lead headed into halftime.

In the second half, a muffed punt snap would result in a disastrous play for the Wildcats. Friends’ Peter Erskine would pick off an attempted throwaway, resulting in a 17-0 lead for the Quakers. The road team would add a safety in the fourth quarter.

Delmar (3-2) will travel to undefeated Lake Forest (5-0) next Friday night.

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