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56 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 10 - January 16,1997 Cape boys shake off Slam Dunk losses by posting two victories, over Sussex Tech and Smyrna By Dave Frederick The Cape Henlopen boys bas- ketball team, shaking off the diss- apointment of two Christmas va- cation losses in the Siam Dunk tournament, posted 1997 victories over Sussex Tech 62-49 and Smyrna 83-37 to even their season record at 3-3. Cory Clouser 19, O.J.Wilson 15 and Ronson Burton 14 paced the Viking scoring attack against Smyrna. Clouser com- plimented a 24 point ef- "fort against Sussex Tech by hitting five three pointers against the Eagles. Bobby Leg- CLOUSER gins, who in- jured his left calf muscle against Brandywine in the Slam Dunk tournament, is receiving physical therapy and has not yet returned to action. "I warmed up against Smyrna and thought I was going to be able to play," Leggins said. "But it just hurt too much. I couldn't even shoot a lay-up with- out pain. I just hope I can be back in time for the big Northern Divi- sion games coming up." Cape ran its JV record to 4-0 with a victory over Smyrna. NOTES- Untouchable and un- beaten Hodgson (9-0 Mayors' Cup champion) narrowly escaped Concord 58-55 behind 20 points from Lloyd "Stagger Lee'" Price...The Laurel Bulldogs, coached by Milton guidance counselor Lenny Lucas, lost to Dover 72-46 dropping their record to 0-7. Laurel will play Cape tonight, Jan. 10. Delmar, winner of the Governors' Cup in the Slam Dunk tournament, was knocked from the ranks of the unbeatens last week by the Milford Bucs and narrowly escaped Sussex Tech in overtime 73-61... Freshman sensation Brian Polk of Sussex Central scored 23 points as the Golden Knights Of Vie Hre- bian defeated Poly Tech 88-67... Lake Forest knocked Seaford from the ranks of the unbeatens with a 77-65 home victory. Mike Stevenson and Golden Myers (football quarterback) each scored 20 points for the Spartans... The first annual Mayor Kurt L.Schmoke Basketball Academy Tournament opened Thursday, Jan. 9 at Coppin State College in Baltimore. Sixteen teams from four cities will compete including former Slam Dunkers Saint Francis, Lake Clifton, Dunbar, Southern and Roman Catholic. The tournament will include morning community projects and workshops on the NCAA's newest guidelines for freshman eligibility known as (Proposition 16.) It's obvious that players from these basketball powers see better competition and more exposure than schools off the beaten track to prepare them for college. Albert Mouring of Colonel Richardson who scored 38 points in a victory over Cape in the Slam Dunk tournament drilled home 62 points in a recent 99-77 victory over Queen Anne's County. Cape girls Continued from page 54 game. Every girl has to do that in her own way." Widdoes' 17 points led all scor- ers on Tuesday, with Delcampo contributing 13, sinking three out of four from three-point territory. Kim Smith contributed 14 in last Friday's win over Ursuline. Cape junior varsity lost 25-18 on Tuesday, slipping to 3-2 over- all and 3-1 in the conference. The Vikings will host.Milford on Tuesday, Jan. 14 for its next conference matchup. I The Week Ahead In Sports. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10 BASKETBALL- Laurel at Cape, JV'and varsity boys, be- ginning at 6 p.m.; Cape freshman boys at Seaford, 4 p.m.; In- dian River at Sussex Tech, JV and varsity boys, 6 p.m.; Mil- ford at Sussex Tech, freshman boys, 4 p.m. WRESTLING- Cape at Laurel, JV and varsity beginning at 6:30 p.m.; Sussex Tech at Indian River, JV and varsity begin- ning at 6:30 p.m. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11 WRESTLING- Glasgow Invitational INDOOR TRACK- Cape at Tower Hill MONDAY, JANUARY 13 BASKETBALL- Woodbridge at Lewes, 4 p.m. WRESTLING- Lewes at Woodbridge, 4 p.m. INDOOR TRACK- Cape at Salisbury WCC TUESDAY, JANUARY 14 BASKETBALL- Cape boys at Milford, IV and varsity, 6 p.m.; Sussex Tech boys IV and varsity, 6 p.m.; Caesar Rod- ney girls at Sussex Tech, IV and varsity, 6 p.m.; Milford girls at Cape, IV and varsity, 4 p.m.; Cape freshmen boys at Caesar Rodney, 4 p.m.; Polytech freshmen boys at Sussex Tech, 4 p.m. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15 WRESTLING- Milford at Cape, IV and varsity, 6:30 p.m.; Caesar Rodney at Sussex Tech IV and varsity, 6:30 p.m. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16 BASKETBALL- Cape girls at Sussex Central, IV and var- sity, 6 p.m.; Sussex Tech girls at Polytech, IV and varsity, 6 p.m. WRESTLING- Woodbridge at Milton, 4 p.m. A RHONE-POULENC RORER CO. 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