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:32 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2013 SPORTS & OUTDOORS Cape Gazette Cape's Thomas Ott tilts his opponent for back points onhis way to a 10-2 vic- tory in the 220-pound match against Sallies. PAT IRELAN PHOTOS tAuPE SENIOR SEAN SHEEHAN works for a pin against Brady Koveleski of Sallies on Feb. 9 at Cape. Sean Sheehan ets Senior Day pin against Salesianum By Pat Irelan each team recorded an early Special to the Cape Gazette major decision, but after Cape's Nick Carroll lost the heavy- Cape hosted Salesianum wres- weight bout in overtime, Sallies tling team Feb. 9 with hopes of gained momentum. Sallies rolled wrestling their way into the state through Cape's young light- dual-meet championships, but weights and opened up a large the Sals proved to be too much lead by winning five consecutive for the Vikings and cruised to a matches. Cape's Elliot Young 37-23 win on Cape's Senior Night. broke the streak with a 10-0 ma- The match was tied 4-4 after jor decision at 132 pounds, which DAN COOK PHOTO CAPE ASSISTANT COACH Will Edwards speaks to the Lady Vikings during a time-out. See more photos from this game at www.capegazette.com, Cape girls play well but fall to Smyrna By Dave Frederick Hampton. Teammates look in- fredman@capegazette.com side for each other, play tough defense and never argue with The Cape girls' basketballofficials. team beat St. Thomas More 63-24 "I grew up out of New York," on Feb. 8, raising their record to Wood said. "I went to school at 4-1L then faced Smyrna at home Mary Bartram High School in the following night. New York. I've played for about A strong Smyrna Eagles team five good coaches in my life, and improved to 15-1 after beating I learned a lot from them. When Cape 58-46, while the Vikings it comes to basketball I absorb slipped to 4-12. things like a sponge. It's amazing This was not a sYmpathy game to me that we are poised and pro- brought by Smyrna; the Eagles fessional on the court because are machine-like in their ap- this is high school." proach to basketball. Cape has Cape got the usual power just gotten a lot better, and the game down inside from Kadijah answer to the question is, "Yes, Doughy with 18 and also 11 off it is too late." the bench by Naval Academy Smyrna is deftiy coached by nominee Emily Baptiste. Rachel Wood, assisted by Court- Cape was scheduled to play at ney Markiewicz and Danielle Sussex Central Feb. n. was followed by a second-period pin by Cape's lone senior, Sean Sheehan, at 138. Cape went on to win three out of the last five bouts with Austin Smith 152, Aaron Mattioni 160, and Justin Lopez 170 all winning by minor decision. But it wasn't enough. cape coach Chris Mattioni was disappointed with the team's intensity and hopes that they compete at a higher level in the upcoming Henlopen Confer- ence Championships Friday and Saturday, Feb. 15 and 16, and the DIAA Individual State Champi- onships the following weekend. Cape's Justin Lopez runs an arm bar during the 170- pound match against Sal- lies Feb. 9 at Cape. Lopez won the bout 8-2. f Registration for Spring 2013 Soccer is Open OeCEA Henlopen Soccer Club is now registering players for the Spring 2013 recreational program. The club emphasizes soccer skill development and sportsmanship in a family friendly atmosphere. Who: Children ages 2 to 15. All age groups are co-ed. Age Group Birthdate U4 Age 2 to 8/1/2008 U6 7/31/2008 to 8/1/2006 U8 7/31/2006 to 8/1/2004 U10 7/31/2004 to 8/1/2002 U13 7/31/2002 to 8/1/1999 U15 7/31/1999 tO 8/1/1997 (all 15 year olds welcome in U15) Cost: $75 per player through March 17 Late registration begins March 18 and fee increases to $90. Registration closes April 1. Season: Games on Saturdays, April 20 - June 8. No games on May 25 (Memorial Day Weekend). Where: H.O. Brittingham Elementary School, Milton, DE ~, programs serve local youth 2 to 15 years of age: The club runs programs year round and currently serves more than 625 member children, making it among the largest youth recreation sports club in Sussex County, Delaware. Member D.Y.S.A. - a U.S. Youth Soccer affiliate. J Register Online Today! Visit w ww,henlopensocceFclub.0Fg. Credit cards accepted. You may send checks by mail payable to Henlopen Soccer Club, P.O. Box 384, Nassau, DE 19969. Manually completed forms are also accepted at this address. Volunteers needed: coaches, concessions, field set-up and fundraising. Volunteer by sending e-mail to info@henlopensoccerclub.org. J