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Lewes Middle girls 'walk the dog' on Laurel 41-12 Victory keeps team undefeated with record of 7-0 By Dave Frederick LEWES- Antonia Jones is a once-in-a-lifetime individual ath- lete, playing the team sport of bas- ketball. "She is capable of scoring 25 points a game," said her coach Ron Kahn. "But basketball is a team sport, and as all the players have developed, Antonia has got- ten fewer shots at the basket. She is a very unselfish and well-round- ed player. Her "passing is as good as the other facets of her game." A starting lineup of Maren Ford, Beth Hitchens, Mafia Cahoon'and Amanda Warrington joined Anto- nia Jones in helping Lewes race to a 16-6 halftime leaa and an even- tual 41-12 win over the Bulldogs of Laurel. Coach Kahn used his entire team during the game which also includes Casey Cahill, Shukri Gibbs, Elizabeth Pratt, Erin Williams, Charli Tabler, Brittany Morris and Lanri Moore. "We have beaten our opponents by an average of 19 this season," Kahn said. "We have five games remaining, including a Feb. 12 showdown against Milton." Antonia Jones controls the ball for Lewes. play at point guard by Ford, who is a team leader and is co-captain of the team, along with Hitchens. Hitchens used her outside shot to score 13 points in the ball game while Jones scored 14. LEWES BOYS 46 - LAUREL 14 Angle Moon photo solid four quarters of basketball in defeating winless Laurel (0-8) to raise their season record to 3-4. Joey Vavala did a great job run- ning point guard for Cape, includ- ing hitting a three-pointer at the end of the first period to end a Coach Kahn cited the improved The Lewes boys team played a Lewes 16-point run. More than 200 players competing in Sussex 00ICA's indoor soccer league Games played on Thursday, Watts 9-2. In the second game I.G. Burton Jan. 15, fOr the Indoor Youth Soc- Also scoring for Surf Side were defeated Benefits Consultants 3 - 2. Scoring for I.G. Burton were Jacquelin Wolak with two goals and Jodi Moore with one. Rita Parker and Khara Landon scored for Benefits Consultants. In game three, Murrow's Flow- ers and Beebe Medical played to a 4-4 tie. For Morrows, Emily Bishoff and Sara Popovich each had two goals and for Beebe, Kelly Palekar led the way with two scores, while Meghan Johnson and Lucy Short had a goal apiece. On Wednesday, Jan. 21, in the High School boys division, Bene- fits Consultant defeated Beebo Medical 8- 6. For Benefits, Bill Lingo had three goals, Brian Sentman and Ryan Bunting each had two goals and Mike Zygmonski had one goal. For Beebe, Zechariah Bolick and Andrew Watson each had a hat trick. In the final game Tecot Electric downed Surf Side Lime 8-1. For Tecot, Matt Kreitzer kicked in four goals, Keuny Lewis had three and Michael Bierstdst had one. Scoring for Surf Side was John Collins. cer League of the Sussex Family YMCA included a big win for Ocean Travel in the High School Boys division, as they defeated Surf Side Lime 10-5. Todd French and Alex Towers both net- ted four goals for Ocean Travel, with Jonathan Ross and Nicholas Richardson each chipping in one. For Surf Side, Cliff Mumford had the hat trick and Nick Bekeshka had two goals. In the first game, Casapulla's South beat Delaware Cedar 3 to 1 behind goals by Ryan Howett, Ly- dia Hastings and Corey Schab. Scoring the lone goal for Delaware Cedar was Nick Al- banese. The second game was a 0-0 tie between Midway Office & Art Supply and Jones Refrigeration. Ocean Travel defeated Tecot Electric 4-1 in the third game. Will Adams scored three goals for the winners, with Tim Storck also scoring one. Conner Gaffney had Tecot's only goal. The following game saw Surf Side Lime take on Ferris, Baker & Watts. Bryce Plummer led the way with four goals for Surf Side, who defeated Ferris, Baker & Lee Reed with two goals and Ryan Smith and Scooter Myers with one each. Scoring for Ferris, Baker & Watts was Andrew Lee and Joe Egolf. Savannah Animal Hospital took on Jones Refrigeration and bested them by a close score 5-4. Joey Vavala and A.J. Williams each had two goals to pace the victors, and Andy Paller added one. For Jones Refrigeration, Johnny Man- cuso kicked in two goals and Drew Ranney and Paul Becker each had one. In the sixth game, I.G. Burton defeated Delaware Cedar by a 7-2 score. Scoring for I.G. Burton was Simon Mumford, Paul Hardican and Shawn Collins with" two each and John Dillon with one?Both of Delaware Cedar's tallies were knocked in by Matt Smith. On Monday, Jan. 19, it was the girl's turn to play and in the first game, Robert Thomas Salon de- feated Casapulla's South 5-1. 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