Smyrna moved into the lead for the Northern Division title with a 5-1 division record. Sussex Central drops to 3-2. Cape Henlopen and Caesar Rodney are both 4-1 in the division, and they face each other Feb. 6.

CORRECTION: The Smyrna High School wrestling match Friday, Feb. 1 is at Salesianum. The original story incorrectly listed it as a home match.

In a Henlopen Conference Northern Division showdown Wednesday, the Smyrna High School wrestling team knocked off the Knights of Sussex Central 50-15 in Smyrna.

With the win, Smyrna moves into the lead for the Northern Division title with a 5-1 division record, while Sussex Central drops to 3-2. Cape Henlopen and Caesar Rodney are both 4-1 in the division and they face each other Wednesday, Feb. 6.

Here are the results in each weight class in Smyrna’s win over Sussex Central, which started at 160 pounds:

160 - Gavin Sembly (Smyrna) won by decision over Jaden Savage, 13-6;

170 - Tarryl Sturgis (Sussex Central) won by pin over Donald McAlpine, 3:07;

182 - Tyler Downward (Smyrna) won by pin over Javontai Satchell-Harmon, 1:15;

195 - JT Davis (Smyrna) won by decision over Michael Wright, 7-2;

220 - Masen Wilson (Smyrna) won by pin over Hiram Lasher, 3:34;

285 - Andrew DeBenedictis-Bayne (Smyrna) won by decision over Tyler Karr, 3-2;

106 - Gabe Giampietro (Smyrna) won by pin over Dylan King, 2:51;

113 - Dylan Andruzzi (Smyrna) won by pin over Gunnar Abbott, 4:41;

120 - Joey Natarcola (Smyrna) won by major decision over Mason Ankrom, 20-8;

126 - Anthony Glass (Smyrna) won by decision over Tyler Hudson, 9-4;

132 - Amir Pierce (Smyrna) won by major decision over Jevon Saffold, 18-6;

138 - Nick Natarcola (Smyrna) won by pin over Cole Jester, 2:18;

145 - Brandon Greenlee (Sussex Central) won by pin over Bryce Mullen, 5:20;

152 - Devin Pearsall (Sussex Central) won by decision over Logan Kosky, 10-3.

NEXT MATCH: Smyrna travels to Salesianum Friday, Feb. 1 at 7 p.m.

Salesianum is 9-2 including a win over Sussex Central 43-18, and losses to Caesar Rodney, 35-27, and Archbishop Spalding of Maryland, 29-28.

Smyrna defeated Caesar Rodney 33-30.