Cape Henlopen came from behind in the fourth-quarter, scoring twice down the stretch to defeat Sussex Tech on Friday night, 32-21.


Down 14-7 after one quarter, the Vikings outscored the Ravens 25-7 through the next three quarters to earn the victory and keep their playoff hopes alive.


Tyzhir Morris helped the Ravens jump ahead early, throwing a 23-yard score to Griffin Dunn while adding another seven-yard score on the ground. Kolbi Wright answered for the Vikings with a 34-yard score and Tech lead 14-7 after one quarter.


In the second, the only scoring came from Cape Henlopen off a Rasheed Woods 31-yard score to tie things up at 14-14 at the halftime break.


Woods would add another touchdown in the third to put the Vikings ahead after three quarters, 20-14.


Jordan Waters answered for Tech in the fourth, scoring on an 8-yard run to give the Ravens their first lead since the first quarter at 21-20.


Cape wasn’t finished, as a 45-yards run by Ben Ashby gave them the lead back, before a 51-yard score by Woods, this third of the evening, put the Vikings ahead for good.