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| TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12 - THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2013 Cape Gazette Vikings two to remain tied atop Henlopen North By Dave Frederick tougher and stronger tea.m." fredman@capegazette.com Tyreik Burton scored 18 against Sussex Central, and The Cape boys' basketball running mate Toney Floyd had team, battling down the stretch his best game of the season. ruDgf the regular season in a Jon Warren chipped in with 12 quest for the conference cham- points. pionship, got yanked and yoked The game at Smyrna promised and tossed to the side of the road to be scary, according to Re, be- at Dover Feb. 5, giving up a game cause Mike Starkey does such a they appeared to have won and good job coaching and keeping losing 72-70 in overtime, the team in ballgames. "That was a defining moment The Vikings broke open a 24- of for this team," coach Steve 23 halftime lead, outscoring the Re said between games after his Eagles by 17 in the second half to team handled Sussex Central at win the game 63-46. home 66-44 and before winning Once again Burton led the at Smyrna Feb. 9, 63-46. offensive attack with 26 points, "I came into the locker room including 14 of 18 from the free- and the players were sitting throw line. Floyd had his second thd~; they were just crushed. It productive game in a row, scor- showed me how much winning ing 14, while Jon Warren chipped meant to them, but also they had in with 13 points. learned to accept responsibility; Cape will host Tatnall Tues- no one was pointing fingers, day, Feb. 12, with the varsity I told them, let's go to work game at 6:15 p.m. before a show- and use this experience to be a down at Sussex Tech at 7:15 p.m., [ Cape guard Toney Floyd drives past Central's Isaiah Bailey. Friday, Feb. 15. Cape and Sussex Tech are tied atop the Henlopen Conference Northern Division, each with two conference losses. Cape fell twice to Dover in overtime while the Ravens have lost to Cape 66- 57 and Smyrna 76-69. CAPE FORWARD TONY HAZZARD pulls up and hits win over the Knights. Hazzard scored 9 in the contest. a DAN COOK PHOTOS jumper in the 66-44 t/ ush comes to shove - Cape's Kadijah Doughty won the state shot put title Feb. 9 at fl .e University of Delaware Field House with a throw of 41-feet-7-inches on her first at- tempt. The title for the affable - glad she's on our side - and versatile athlete culminated a crazy 12 days which began Jan. 29 in an overtime basketball loss to Caesar Rodney. During the waning seconds, DeDah wasknstructed by her coaches, "Foul her," as the Riders were letting the air out of the bas- ketball with the lead. A harm- less two-handed shove by the school's record holder and state champion in the shot resulted in a 60-year-old official calling a flagrant foul, no doubt think- ing, "I'm glad she didn't push me like that." "Double Double" DeDah Doughty had 22 points and 15 rebounds in the loss. She was told she'd have to miss the next game versus Seaford and couldn't even attend, so she went to the boys' road game at Seaford which, beginning with the JV contest, resembled a demolition derby. The next day, Feb. 1, she was down at the Worcester County Rec Center in Snow Hill, Md., winning the Henlopen Conference title in the shot put. On Feb. 7, she scored 21 in a win over St. Tfiomas More, then on Feb. 8 scored 18 in a loss to Smyrna. On Feb. 9 it was Big Yellow Taxi to Newark, and before the clock struck noon, DeDah was state champion in the shot put. Imagine a classroom teacher on Monday moming, Feb. 11 asking Kadiiah, "So what's been going in in your world?" Fight the power - A tall, slender middle school athlete loaded with "maybe" potential is often described as a beanpole; and if you think about it, what the heck is a beanpole? Cape's Jeremiah Cohen bought into the things teachers and coaches said he should be doing and one result happened Feb. 9 when Cohen won the indoor state title in the high jump, clear- ing 6-feet-2-inches by a mile, then shut it down. His in-flight form was just off; it happens to power players like Jeremiah - 6-foot:3, 210 pounds of muscle and no body fat - who would make a great stand-up backer on the outside at the next level. "Jeremiah goes to class and gets his grades, always has a smile for people," said coach Matt Lindell: "He's always making his teammates laugh, but in in- terviews he gets kind of quiet." Maybe he can teach Grammy Award winners how to show a little humility. Land and sea - Biathletes and triathletes do go on and on about their workouts, but not DAVE FREDERICK PHOTOS KADIJAH DOUGHTY'S first of six throws travels 41-feet-7-inches, good enough for the state title. Brianna Hall of Sussex Tech. She just does them. A real deal power athlete, Hall won the triple jump state title Feb. 9 at the DIAA Indoor Track and Field State Championship with a leap of 34-feet-l-inch. She was also in the final of the 55-meter hurdles, long jump and high jump. Hall is also a member of the Ravens' swim team and will be competing in the Henlopen Conference meet Saturday, Feb. 16. A four-event swimmer, she Ryan Thomas of Milford is state champ in the long and triple jumps. will contest for a title in the 200 individual medley and 100 free- style and also swim on the 200 medley relay and 200 freestyle relay. Jump Street - Ryan Thomas of Milford did what he set out to do last Saturday at the DIAA Indoor Track and Field Cham- Continued on page 31