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-1- 110 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, February 8 -Monday, February 11, 2008 , Sussex Tech - pg. 111 SPORT,S & OUTDOORS Lady VittJngs swi,m to Henlopen crown Conference Championships, this Saturday at Lake Forest High School. Swimming, like cross country, has the dual-meet confer- ence championships, based on a school's conference record throughout the season, and the conference championship meet, where the winner is based on one day's performance. The girls are looking for a three-peat Henlopen Conference meet title on Saturday. "We swam some of our best times during this meet," said gifts' co-captains and seniors Corey Cellurale and Jill Frederick. "Milford is our biggest rival in the conference and we're anticipating a good match-up again at the con- By Chrissy Beckman Special to the Cape Gazette The Lady Vikings swim team earned bragging rights Tuesday, Feb. 5, as the first Cape sports team of the 2007-08 school year to bring home a piece of confer- ence hardware. Defeating conference adversary Milford 115-54 at the Sussex Family YMCA, Feb. 5, sealed the gifts' perfect 6-0 conference sea- son, earning their third consecu- tive Henlopen Conference Dual- Meet Championship. The Viking boys also hung the Bucs out to dry, drowning their rival 100-68. Cape hits the road for the grand finale of regular season downstate swimming, the Henlopen Sarah May swims to a first-place finish in the 500 freestyle. ference meet this Saturday. If we continue to swim our times that we've been swimming, we'll fare well." Cellurale topped the ranks for the Lady Vikings against the Bucs. The senior shattered the school record in the 100 back- stroke in 1:06.57, earned a per- sonal best in the 100 free at 59.31, and aided both the first and last relays in victories - teaming with Hilary Merlo, Renah Scudlark and Charlotte Acklin in the 200 med- ley relay and Colleen Cannatelli, Sarah May and Kerri Bailey in the 400 free relay. Cannatelli won the 100 free, out-touching Cellurale's best time by just .03, and the 200 free in 2:10.6. She later joined Acklin, May and Jill Frederick for .another win in the 200 free relay. Acklin took second in the 50 free and third in the 100 back while May won the 500 free, ahead of Bailey in second, and earned silver in the 200 individual medley. Frederick aided in the 100 fly sweep, sand- wiched at second between team- mates Renah Scudlark and former Milford swimmer Kate VanVorst. VanVorst dove in with Merlo, Brittany Morris and Kaci Coveleski for second in the 200 free relay and later with Coveleski, Morris and Scudlark for third in the 400 free. Medo previously picked up a second and third in the 100 breast and 200 Continued on page lU Chrlssy Beckman photos Cape co-captain Corey Cellurale strokes to a second-place finish in the 100 backstroke en route to setting a new school record of 1:06.57. Snippets, snippets and more snippets SNIPPETS - Brycen Davis, a 2007 Cape graduate and two- event state champion on the track in the 200 and 400 meters, placed third in the 400 meters for Delaware State at last Saturday's DAVIS Thomson Invitational at Delaware State University. Brycen ran a 51.5 on the fieldhouse 200-meter indoor track. The Hornets finished third in the meet behind Temple and Monmouth. Amanda Warrington and Nikki Rhoades, a pair of former Cape hockey players at the University of Delaware, were both named to the Colonial Athletic Association Commissioner's Academic Honor PEOPLE IN SPORTS Dave Frederick Roll for the fall semester, which required a scholastic average of 3.2. Joe Flacco, the Blue Hens star quarterback and likely NFL high draft pick, also made the list. Women's cross country had the most honor rollers with 18, which proves you have to be smart to train long distance because you need something else to think about. Goldey-Beacom College pulled out men's and women's hoops vic- tories over Chestnut Hill Academy last Tuesday night. Derek Savage, a senior captain and 1,000-point scorer, led an 80- 60 men's win with 18 points and nine rebounds - at Cape we'd throw in anoth- er rebound when no one was looking - while Toni JONES Jones paced a 75-57 win collecting 21 points and nine rebounds. What is with the nine rebounds? Lindsay Danz, the fast-flying midfielder of Sussex Tech and team MVP, signed a letter of intent Wednesday, Feb. 6, to play for Bloomsburg University. Bloomsburg is the two-time NCAA Division II national cham- pion. Amanda Deloy, a Cape grad with 42 career goals, was a freshman midfielder for the 2007 Husky national championship team. The Huskies have DANZ won 13 national championships going back to 1981. Diane Travis, who played at Cape for Carolyn Ivins and was a member of the 1979 state champi- onship team, is the all-time scorer for Cape field hockey, sending home 74 goals in her three varsity seasons. The 1979 state champion Vikings xbere 16'0-0 with 15 shutouts, outscoring opponents 63-2. Delia Clark was the goalie. Indian River guidance coun- selor, former athletic director and Bucknell quarterback Paul Kmetz is a longtime friend of mine. Paul sent me information by friendly email after reading in my column about Lake Forest bumping up academic standards and having 350 students in the high school declared ineligible. "IR had no athlete declared ineligible this winter and it has been three yem's since we lost a football player. Thirteen of our football players are National Honor Society members. Staffing at the school by teachers and administrators who are involved in all student areas is the tonic." Continued on page 114