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1OO FRIDAY, MARCH 27 - MONDAY, MARCH 30, 2015 f Olivia Barrato records shutout By Dave Frederick The Cape girls' soccer team kicked off the 2015 season at Delmarva Christian on a bright and blustery Monday afternoon March 23. The Vikings came away with a 3-0 victory and sog- gy shoes. The Royals were 10-5 last season, capable of taking a big bite out of coach lay Ashby's coaching debut. The ebb and flow action slight- ly favored Cape in the first half with striker Jordan Miller pres- suring the Royals .defense with a couple of near scoring conver- slons. Then a through pass from se- nior full field player Amanda Atkinson to freshman Brayden Fannin and kaboom, it was 1-0 Cape. Royals goalie Lindsey Sullivan had several outstanding saves in the first half. The second half saw Haley Timko of Delmarva awarded a penalty shot. "I just try to make myself bigger," Cape's Olivia Baratto says, puffing up, but No. Madi Smith closed out the 12 was the biggest player on the scoring with a nice individual field, run and score for a 3-0 opening- Timko struck the ball high day victory. over the crossbar as Barrato was "I felt we controlled the action saved for making a save. and had the most shots," coach Moments later Brayden Fan- lay Ashby said. lot of players nin, who kept finding the ball on are getting their first extended her foot, lofted a high shot that playing time and d|d well. Let's found the back of the net for her see how we do at Milford this second goal of the game. Thursday night." Brayden Fannin battles Haley Timko on a 50/50 ball. JORDAN MILLER is on the doorstep DAVE FREDERICK PHOTOS early in the game. The shot was wide. Kirah Harmon of DCHS clears the Delmarva defender Katelyn Moore ball away from Michele Bahtiarian. gets ready to settle the ball. ongtime friend - I just counted on my fingers and realized I have known Sonja Friend Uhl, a 1989 Cape graduate, since she entered high school so about 30 years. She was the high school pack- age, from all-state band and chorus to homecoming queen to stellar track athlete earning a scholarship to William and Mary. She won national soft sand championships in the two- mile for the Rehoboth Beach Patrol, and now as a 44-year old masters runner, she is still setting records. Sonia ran 9:50 in the 3,000 meters at the recent Master Indoor National Track and Field Championships in Winston Salem setting a mas- ters female American record. That's about a 10".30 two-mile so just "get out of town!" Sonia also won the mile in 5:03 and 800 meters in 2:17. Sonia is sponsored by the Atlanta Track Club and Mizuno Running while most of the rest of us are sponsored by no one. Potomac Valley Track Club - No jokes, just all respect. The club won the national team title over 87 other clubs at the USA Track and Field Masters Indoor Championships in Winston- Salem the weekend of March 20. The meet attracted 900 athletes from 30 to 98 years old. The club's motto is "All ages, all paces, all ways." The big . story was that five guys over 90 for Potomac Valley mixed and matched over three relays the 4-by-200, 4-by-400 and 4-by- 800, setting world age-group re- cords in each event. That is just whack; wish I had been there to see it, but my back hurts. Bob sets SUBMITTED PHOTOS $ONJA FRIEND ran for Cape in '89 then William and Maryand contin- ues to set records. Paulen of Dewey competed for Potomac, but he's a puppy in his 70s. Bob earned a silver medal in the pentathlon and bronze medals in the hurdles, triple ,rs record Assembled at the Delaware Diamond Extravaganza are (I-r) Ellis Ferreira; Dave Marshall; William B. DeLauder, honoree; Annette Cornish, honoree; Vermeil Falk DeLauder, honoree; David Kergaard, honoree; Dominick Pulieri, honoree; Leon Robinson; Candy Young; and Mrs. and Mr. Berlin N. Holling- sworth, honorees. jump and relay, all with ham- string problems. Diamonds on the soles of his wrestling shoes - Local fitness instructor, and retired educa- tor and former college heavy- weight wrestler Dave Kergaard was honored March 22 at the Delaware Diamond Extrava- ganza held at Delaware State University. The purpose is to honor people who have made a commitment to excellence in women's athletics. The program reads, "The honorees"dedica- tion and commitment to athlet- ics and education has caused many diamonds to sparkle for women to grow and be success- ful in athletics, education and life." Will the circle he unbroken? - After the Cape soccer game at Delmarva Christian won by the Vikings 3-0, Royals senior Captain Haley Timko asked Continued on page 103