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Cape Gazette SPORTS & OUTDOORS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12 - THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2013 31 CAPE BEATS ST. THOMAS MORE 63-24 Kadijah Doughty took 18 foul shots in the game. Cape guard Shantel Hazzard is fouled on a shot. DAN COOK PHOTOS THE CAPE GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM jacked it up and shut it down Feb. 7 at home versus the visiting St. Thomas More Ravens, racing to a 25-1 first- q0arter lead. The Vikings cruised toa fourth-quarter running clock and a 63-24 victory. Cape was paced by Kadijah Doughty's 21 along with freshman Madi Smith who had 13 points. Cape was not quick to get giddy after the game as the team prepared to host 14-1 Smyrna Feb. 8. Cape is now 4-11 on the season. Above, Cape sophomore forward Coryn Cannon drives the baseline. Cape's Elizabeth Sutton drives the Cape guard Madi Smith leads a Vi- Cape guard Madison MacEIrevey baseline, kings fast break, starts a Vikings fast break. Jeremiah Cohen is way over 6-2 to win the indoor state title in the high jump. Fredman Continued from page 30 pionships: win a pair of state titles in the long jump and triple jump. Thomas jumped 22-feet- 3-inches and 46-9, and if you're asking, "In which events?" please return immediately to your elliptical orbiter for more biofeedback. Speaking of flying high, Thomas is also a top- notch academic student. Ryan and Cape's Hall of Fame jumper Willie Savage are second cous- ins through their moms - Cart- wright side - who are sisters. But don't get me started. Snippets - Caesar Rodney won the boys' indoor state track title Feb. 9 with Dover second and Sallies third. Cape placed 10th. The girls' title was won by Padua with Tatnall second and Smyrna third. Cape was tied for eighth with Sussex Tech. Brianna Hall is shown securing the state title in the triple jump with a leap of 34-feet-l-inch. Expanded story and results in Gazette Friday, Feb. 15. A dumb reporter in the postgame locker room asked Kobe Bryant if LeBron and Dewayne were in the same league as Michael and Scotty. Bryant laughed: "Dude, are you serious? Six NBA titles!" If you need that repartee explained, you best get back to spin class. Go on now, git! Cape Henlopen School Dis rlc Lewes, Delaware y y y y y ~INp~y ~INP,"~qN~INP~q~P~qlfP ~14~ ~I41P'~-" NAME The Cape Henlopen School District seeks community input for naming synthetic turf athletic field ("second turf field"), adjacent to Legends Stadium, at Cape Henlopen High School. Suggestions for a field name will be accepted until noon on Tuesday, February 19. Suggestions can be emailed to namethefield@cape.k12. de.us or submitted in writing to the Field Naming Review Committee, Cape Henlopen School District Office, 1270 Kings Highway, Lewes, DE 19958. The Field Naming Review Committee will make its recommendation tO the Cape Henlopen School District Board of Education at the February 28 school board meeting, which will take place at Beacon Middle School (19483 John J. Williams Highway, Lewes) beginning at 7:00 pm. The naming of the field will be done in accordance to the Cape Henlopen School District Board of Education Policy 720: Policy on Naming School Facilities, available at www.capehenlopenschools.com. Cape Henlopen School District does not discriminate on the bases of race, color, religbn, ~al origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, disability or age in its employment, programs, and aclivities. (Cape Henlopen School District no discrimina en base de la raza, del color, de la religi6n, del origen national, del sexo, de la onentaci6n sexual, del estado civil, del disablity o de la edad en su empleo, programas, y actividades). Cathy P. Pe~gout, Employee,,Sludent Compliance Officer. OCRri-~ IX/504 Office of Human Resources; J. Conrad, Student 504 Compliar'~e Officer,1270 t~ngs Highway, Lewes, DE 19958 302-645-6686.