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>\> FtSN00NG: Recreational, commercial anglers to gather in Washington Ps7 Sports & Outdoors 82 FRIDAY, JANUARY 22 - MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 2010 Cape Gazette Lady Vikings surge past Indian River 61-35 Cape forward Taylor Harris hits a fall-away jumper irl the Vikings' win over the Indi- ans Jan. 19. Cape wins seventh consecutive hoop game By Dave*Frederick fredman@capegazette.corn Indian River basketball coach John Frye is a tough and together dude who brought his 7-3 Indians to Cape Tuesday, Jail 19, ready to play four quarters of fight, com- petitive basketball Frye is a West Chester State graduate who worked a couple of years in the Lukens Steel Mill then taught in the tough Coatesville School District for 20 years before coming to Indian River. "We were back to within five points halfway through the fourth quarter 34-29," Frye said. 'nd then Cape's hustle and exe- cution just put us away. I think Cape came up with every loose ball - they just outhustled and outplayed us in every facet of the game." The Vikings turned on the blue flame heating up and outscoring Indian River 27-6 over the final 12 minutes of bas- ketball for a 61-35 win - the sev- enth in a row for the Vikings. Cape was paced by Johnesha Warren with 19 points and Taylor Harris with 17. Capri Murray had 11 points before leaving the game .in.the third quarter with an ankle m]ury. Continued on page 83 DAN COOK PHOTOS CAPE JUNIOR FORWARD MEG BARTLEY splits two Indian defenders and goes to the hoop in the Viking varsity win over the Indians. H,)w cool would that be to forever hold the 19,999 crooked number? im Duncan of the San Antonio Spurs now moves a bit like the Tin Man in search of an oil can after too many years of basketball which is the hard- est of sports of the skeletal sys- tem. Timmy, as I like to call him, is a good guy and classy person and just by accident I switched on the bedroom television last Wednesday night to see Duncan was just a point shy of reaching the 20,000-point milestone. And so I watched the game versus Utah who had some sev- en-foot dunking Russian dude I had never heard of throwing down in people's faces, but I went out like general anesthesia Dave Frederick had been mainlined into my arm. I woke up to find that Dun- can only scored 14 points in a loss leaving him stuck at 19,999. I think he should quit immedi- ately- how cool would that be to forever rock the 19,999 crooked number? Kareem Abdul-]abbar scored 38,000 in his career while Wilt Chamberlain scored 31,000. YOU MUST BE STUPID - Charles Barkley was a guest on an NFL pregame show and when asked if he could still dunk he laughed and said, "Of course I can still dunk." Then he smiled and said, "No, I can't." Jay Leno has Michael Jordan on his lame and languishing 10 p.m soon to be jettisoned pro- gram via big-screen studio tele- vision and asked Jordan, "Can you still dunk3' It was apparent that Air Jordan didn't even like the insinuation that he was re- turning to earth with the ret of us "used to dunk" athletes and said to Leno, "You must be stu- pidr' I had a person come up to me once affecting a mocking laugh and say, 'They tell me you used to be able to dunk a basketbalL" and before I allowed them to go further I admitted "used to" is a long way off, but I am still the master of the power German head lock so proceed with cau- tion. TAKE SOME TIME OFF - We all saw where the University of., Connecticut basketball coach Jim Calhoun was advised by his doctor to "take some time off" and the official statement was that it was not cancer or heart refited - Calhoun medical histo- ry - loving those of us who may remotely care and want some time off ourselves to speculate that it is stress. I know lots of working people past the age of 50 - so do you - who should be wanded and x- rayed before stepping into the Continued on page 85