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.I Cape Gazette SPORTS & OUTDOORS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18- MONDAY, FEBP~UARY 21, 2Oll 10~' ,0 Two DCHS students compete Kayla Burd, a student at Del- marva Christian High School, stands just 5 feet tall, but at the 2011 Indoor Track State Champi- onships at the University of Delaware this past week, Burd vaulted herself to a height of 9- feet-6-inches, netting her the state title for pole vaulting. Twelve women were invited to the state meet. Four of them cleared 8-feet-6-inches. Two of those four were from Delmarva Christian. Burd and teammate Mallorie Parson are both coached by John Keenan. At the 9-foot mark, only Burd and Caravel Academy pole vaulter ]essica Waiter made it over. Both then tried 9-feet-6- inches and only Burd made it over the top. As champion, Burd tried for the 10-foot mark. Keenan said Burd was able to clear 10-feet-7- inches in practice - the state record held by Courtney Markow who vaults for the Uni- versity of Delaware. Burd was unable to clear 10 feet at the state meet, but being one of the shortest pole vaulters in the state and becoming a champion was enough for her. Kayla Burd, left, and Mallorie Parson, pole vaulters for Delmarva Christian High School, both made it to the state meet. Teams experience the Delaware Shore teams fin- ished with records of 1-2 to end Florida competition thetr tourney run. Delaware Shore Field Hockey traveled to Florida's ESPN Wide World of Sports Thursday-Sun- day, Feb. 10-13, putting two teams of elite athletes on the field for the Disney Showcase tourna- ment. In the unique format of the 2011 showcase, Delaware Shore U16 and U19 teams won their opening-round pools, each with records of 2-1. The teams then repooled with the top two from the original pools going into the upper-divi- sion play. In this second round, both of DELAWARE SHORE U19 members, shown at right, include in back (I-r) Alyssa Mills, Erin Ricker, Cristine Bris- towe, Leah Smyk, Peyton Shockley, Jac- ki Coveleski and Jenna Steele. In front are coaches Jenn Warren and Amanda Jacona Sarah Sililcato, Taylor Trimmer, Kate Downes, Rebekah Yanacek, Alexa Hendrickson, Logan Corder, Quin Hig- gs, Kelly Smith and Alex Roach. Check out My Website . Top Sales 2006, 2007 & 2009 Top Producer 2005 & 2008 Michael Dominguez Members of the Delaware Shore U16 team include in back (I-r)'tiara Duffy, Allie Yeager, Ruthie Weiler, Rachel Hagan and Tay- lor Davison. in the middle row are coach Trisha Himes, Devon Roberts, Hannah Collins, Katherine Judge, Sydney Smyk, Sam Broadhurst, Katie Kolobielski and coach Mike Eisenhour. In front are Ryan Taylor, Camryn Bernheimer, Karissa LeMaire, Lexi Woodruff, Anna Steiner and Jordie Loomis. NEW & USED GUNS HOLSTERS AMBO . HUNTING S H O T G U N S SPRINGFIELD ARMORY R I F L E S XD-9 AND XD-40 NOW IN STOCK! H A N D G U N S 28815 LEWES HIGHWAY, LEWES, DE Weekdays: 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. o Saturday: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.. Sunday: Noon, 4 p.m. EmNl: - chafessteNeOceJ~et DUCK STAMPS EXTRA BARRELS ; MILITARY WEAPONS .t