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110 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, March 7 - Monday, March 10, 2008 Hastings adds her soccer talents to the Maryland Terrapins By Dave Frederick Cape Gazette staff Lydia Hastings was a three-time All-State striker for the Cape Henlopen soccer team. She is a rocket-fast player who can be two places at once - in front of a defender and gone. Hastings is now gone from Cape, having graduated in mid- year, and is already a scholarship freshman at the University of Maryland where she is practicing everyday with a Terrapins varsity squad. "There are" a lot of great players on this team and we are all play- ing hard to earn a starting posi- tion," Lydia wrote in an email interview. "But so far I do see myself as a starting player." Maryland Coach Brian Pensky said of Hastings, "We are ecstatic that Lydia is here now, in the spring of 2008, to put her in the best position possible to succeed next fall." If Lydia can be two places at once on the soccer field, this spring and summer she is playing at as many different venues - and it takes a Global Positioning Soccer System to keep track of her. Besides playing with the Terps, Hastings is a member of the U18 United States national team which now consists of 24 players who when called they assemble. The U18 squad has played in "scrimmages" against Division I College programs. She also plays for the plays for the AC Diablos in the Women's Premier Soccer League and last summer scored eight goals to lead them to the Mid-Atlantic Conference title and the Eastern Championship game. "College is over in the spring, then I play for the Diablos, but I can be called to play for the national team at any time and when I am it's just a matter or organizing schedules," Lydia said. On Feb. 25 at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif., Hastings scored three goals and had an assist in the U18 team's four wins LYDIA HASTINGS against West Coast college teams which included 3 -0 over Pepper dine, 4-1 over UC Irvine and 4-2 over UCLA. Women's collegiate soccer had a lesser season in the spring than the regular season in the fall. The U.S. U18 team is sched- uled to play an international tour- nament in La Manga, Spain, March 7-16. Lydia was pitched the question about seeing herself as a future Olympic player. "Possibly. -I will see how everything works out with the national team and college and a pro career after college, but it will always be on my mind," she said. Hastings is majoring in engi- neering, which is also always on her mind. Tech Continued from page 109 then go on improving and end up playing in college. But I'm sure there will be times this year when we will be an adventure, but we're not afraid to go out and play people." Fluharty was inducted into the Northwestern University Hall of Fame for Field Hockey in 2002 as the Wildcats' only three-time All- American for the years 1982-83- 84. KK led her team to three NCAA appearances, including reaching the semifinals in 1983 where she made the all-tourna- ment team. She is among Northwestern's all-time leaders in career scoring and goals scored. And if that pedigree isn't enough, Fluharty was also a three-time All-American in lacrosse. This pioneer year for girls lacrosse at Sussex Tech will fea- ture many familiar names from the highly successful field hockey program that advanced through the semifinal round only to have its efforts forfeited for the unin- tentional use of an ineligible play- er. Freshman Maxine Fluharty brings lacrosse experience and just smiles at the thought of anchoring a no-experience team of pretty good athletes. Athletes with two years of after-school club behind them include Marly Arbraiza, Ashley Bite, Erin Bunting, Margo Carey, Kassie Collins, Hannah Cryne, Briana Joachimowski, Natalie Sussex Tech senior Lindsay Danz works on her passing skills during a recent practice. .Justice, Johanna Lukk, Colleen Mahaffie, Kaitlin Ohrt, Brittany Perdue, Taylor Pridgeon, Courtney Rickards, Lauren Somori, Aja Tenerovich and Audrey White. Newcomers to the varsity sport are Sara Adams, Jenna Brookes, Casey Carter, Betsey Coulbourn, Ashleigh Crawford, Lindsay Danz, Brady Dechene, Nicole Esham, Beatrice Gomez, Courtney Hastings, Aileen Hearn, Brea Ingrain, Katie Johnson, Lauren Joseph, Stephanie Keller, Taylor Kieffer, Rebecca McMillan, Lauren Mroz, Kelly Mullen, Samantha Nelson, Katie Papp, Heidi Perez, Melina Pineyro, Khyrstyne Quigley, Lindsay Rickards, Jenna Sinnamon, Lauren Smith, Stephenie Spera and Jasmine Trotman. The Ravens have four scrim- mages planned before opening the varsity season on April 7 against Dover. "A later season attraction is the April 21 game at Cape Henlopen. sulnitt photo Displaying the eleven state wrestling championships between them, Trey Mitchell (left) and Kaleb LeMaire fin- ished their junior league wrestling careers last Sunday at the Delaware Wrestling Alliance Kids Scholastic State Championships. LeMaire, of Rehoboth, won his fifth state title with a technical fall over Jesse Reeder of St. Elizabeth in the Intermediate 95-pound class. Two matches later Mitchell, of Lewes, captured his sixth state title winning the Intermediate 105-pound class with an 8-3 over Max Wilt of Caesar Rodney. Both are eighth-graders with LeMaire attending Beacon Middle School and Mitchell attending Eagle's Nest Christian Academy. Rehoboth Beach Yellow Jackets crown six champs The Rehoboth Beach Wrestling Club crowned six state champions and placed a total of 14 wrestlers in the top four of their respective weight class at the DWA Delaware Kids Scholastic State Championships March 2, at Sussex Tech High School. Nashawn Marks won his first state title with a pin over Matthew Meredith of St. Elizabeth in the Bantam (grades 2 and under) 40 pound weight class. Marks has a 22-2 record thus far this season. Blake Gerardi took fourth in the bantam 60-pound class. After finishing second last year Robbie Rosser waited and worked for a year to win his first state title. Rosser defeated teammate Mason Harrington 7-2 to win the Midget (grades 3 and 4) 54-pound championship. Harrington, how- ever, defeated two-time defending champion Colin Walker of Middletown in the second round of the tournament then won a 2-0 decision over Shawn Dulin of Smyrna whO had beaten Harrington in a match previously this season. Alex Creasy finished fourth in the midget 66-pound class. Tony Scarfo took home the Junior (grades 5 and 6) 75-pound title pinning Jared Kelly of Smyrna m 2:24. Scarfo had fin- ished second four straight years. Nick Bennett followed with another title in the 85-pound class with a 9-4 decision over Matt Wilson of Seaford. Thomas Ott took second in the 160-pound class dropping a 2-1 decision to Nate Reynolds of Newark on a takedown at the buzzer. Trey Mitchell captured his sixth state title with an 8-3 decision over Max Wilt of Caesar Rodney in the Intermediate (grades 7 and 8) 105-pound class. Tadeo Gonzalez took home the 133- pound title pinning two-time state champ Latre Bonnville of Milford. Brent Prouse (142) and Spencer Brittingham (250) both finished second, while Sammy Mohr (120) and Jeff Klabe (125) both took fourth. Other Cape area wrestlers also took home some hardware on Sunday. Kaleb LeMaire won the intermediate 95-pound class, while Jerome Johnson took fourth in the intermediate 150-pound class. William Logan of Mariner Middle School took fourth in the intermediate 75-pound class. Delaware Demolition seeks more players The Delaware Demolition U12 travel baseball team is currently look- ing for a few more players for the 2008 season. The team plays out of Milford. All players must be 12 or under by May 1. If interested in attending a current practice for a tryout, contact coach Jeff Poore at 422-7796 or coach Dave Brown at 424-1501. Prospective players can also view the team's website at leagueline- up.conffdelawaredemolition.