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Cape Gazette SPORTS & OUTDOORS FRIDAY, APRIL 11 - MONDAY, APRIL 14, 2014 Oy Vey 5K is small race with lots of kugel concoctions By Dave Frederick fredman@capegazette.com A small race at a medium pace, the Oy Vey 5K run and walk attracted 75 runners Sunday morning to the Jewish Seaside Community on Holland Glade Road. The post-race spread of homemade kugel concoctions was to die for, or at least worth running for. Mike Sewell, 44, and his no- body-fat, no-kugel-experience self won the overall race in 19:21. Traci Gilson, 27, of Lewes was the fn'st female in 22:49. Some local age-group winners included Emily Simon, 10, in 32:01; and Kierian Firch, 17, who won the male 14-19 group in 24:13. Rachel "Kite Lady" Webster, 45, was back in racing action win- ning the 40-49 age group in 27:44. A complete listing of results can be found at seashorestrid- ers.com. DAVE FREDERICK PHOTOS THE FIELD OF 75 RUNNERS is off for the Oy Vey 5K. Mike Sewell wins the race. Emily Simon, 10, wins the 10-13 age group. Rachel Webster is never at a loss for enthusiasm. SUSSEX CENTRAL BASEBALL BEATS VIKINGS 9-5; TOUGH ROAD AHEAD Delmar's Travis Gilmore shoots and scores against Tech. DAN COOK PHOTOS DELMAR MIDDLE OTTO JESTER JR. shoots and scores in the Ravens' win over the Wildcats. Ravens boys' lax downs Delmar 12-8 The Sussex Tech boys' lacrosse team got off quickly to a 6-2 lead in the first quarter and never looked back as they downed visiting Delmar 12-8 at Raven Stadium April 8. Willis Dickerson and Dylan Baker each scored three goals while Jason Whaley added two. Travis Quillin, Ian Carlisle, Nathan Hanenfeld and Cole Gtfl- lette contributed one goal each. Dylan Baker and Travis Quillin helped on three goals while Car- lisle, Gullette and Logan ]gseph each had one assist. The Ravens outshot the Wildcats 27-22. Delmar goalie Sampson Ash made 10 saves, while Tech's Jordan Spicer had 9 and Evan DeAngelis contrib- uted 1. Tech's Dylan Baker goes to the cage. He scored three goals in the contest. DAVE FREDERICK PHOTO  THE CAPE BASEBALL TEAM dropped to 2-4 On the young season, los- ing at Sussex Central April 9 by a Dolly Patton score of 9-5. The worst news is that Cape plays at Salesianum Saturday, April 12, af- ter a Friday stop in Seaford. Sallies beat Sussex Central earlier in the sea- son 18-2. Seaford is 2-2 and back to respectability; they are no walkover. The Knights were led offensively by Brian Carroll, 3-4 with 5 RBIs, and Robbie Marcelle, 3-4 with 3 RBIs. Catcher Deron Doherty had a pair of hits for Central. The Golden Knights' pitcher Sal Ingrassia scattered S hits over 5 innings of work to pick up the victory. Jason Wilberg led the Vikings with 2 hits and 2 RBIs. Griffin Kammer- er also collected a pair of hits. "We haven't tapped into the right chemistry with this team," said as sistant coach Dave Vitella. "We knew we would miss the pitching of Diaz Nardo, but we've got to play better defense." Cape had 3 errors against the Golden Knights, who had none, which led to extra outs and extra runs.. Above, David Kwan tags out a runner at home plate.