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70 FRIDAY, AFRIL 11 - hQNDA APRIL 14, 2014 SPORTS & OUTDOORS Cape Gazett( ,,00ikings blown out by Riders he Cape Henlopen High School Vikings golf team learned a quick, harsh lesson about how much they need to step up their game, with their April 8 loss to Caesar Rod- ney's Riders at Wild Quail Golf & Country Club. The Vikings' 162-207 defeat was a step back from their rmeet victory April 1 against Laurel and Lake Forest, as the team's overall score was 13 strokes higher than the week before. Team leader Mike DiStasio was not present for the match against Caesar Rodney. Luke Branner, who'd played well as an alternate for the first match, took his place. Coach Claudio Smarrelli was not happy about the results, but he also noted that the Vikings have yet to have a full week of practice and/or competition. ',Our [April 7] match against Delmarva Christian was post- poned until April 10 because of the rain. That will be held at Peninsula. We've spent a lot of time on chipping and the short game. The big thing they have to keep in mind is to play their own game and not worry about what the other team is doing." Maddie Baptiste was the best Viking against the Raiders, post- ing a 7-over 43 on the par-36 back nine. "I had fun, and more pars than I usually have. I had a couple doubles and bogeys, A lot of my second shots landed really close to the holes, and so I had several birdie chances. I didn't make any of them, but I ended up with a bunch of easy par putts." Baptiste said she didn't mind the sand on the recently aerated greens. "They were OK, but I didn't have any really long putts." Darren Branner's 54 was next Mason Jones sizes up his short pitch shot on the 18th hole at Wild Quail dur- ing the April 8 match against Caesar Rodney. Fredman ,,.C.ontinued from page 91 thought he was reading a book. But then I saw him showing .ome paperwork to his team- mate, Pete Lescovac. Andre showed it to me,too; it was his financial aid declaration page from the University of Delaware. Andre told me, "I'm adopted, so I filled out all the financial aid papers myself. I didn't think I could afford to go to college." I saw the numbers ,and the amount of money he doesn't have to pay back, and Andre can go to the University ,p.,f Delaware and now we all Should adopt him just in case he needs our help. Snippets - Big home girls' lacrosse game at Champions Stadium at 3:30 p.m., Saturday, April 12, as Cape hosts the 6-1 Blue Streaks from Manheim Township of Lancaster, Pa. Cape is a dog-friendly facility. gg t n e  a?go nBr2 tsg,, ,YbuU:it, s mostly a don't brag don't wag philosophy and not a problem ntil 20 dogs show up. Tuesday night at the girls' soccer game, Some defenders dive in fright trying to attack zone. it was Bubba from the Ducks Unlimited auction arriving with owner Mark Penuel to cheer on Woodbridge. I put the photo on Facebook, and more people knew Bubba than knew any of the individual players. Baseball is into the season, and it's already agoniz- ing to follow the Phillies. The best for the Vikings, followed by a pair of 55s from Mason Jones and Luke Branner. None of the boys were in much of a mood for a post- round chat. Quincy Duckworth said, "It was a long and hard course, and really windy." Dar- ren Branner pointed out that several of the par 4s were well over 400 yards from the boys' tees. Jones said he parred his first two holes, beginning on the 12th, but then played poorly for several holes. Rachel Hagen's 58 was noth- ing she was proud of, except for a birdie on the 97-yard par 3. "I would have a really good hole and then a really bad one," she said. The birdie included a putt of only one and half feet. The Vikings were next scheduled to host Delmar at FRITZ SCHRANCK PHOTO MADDIE BAPTISTE follows the progress of her putt on the 18th hole at Wil, Quail during the April 8 match against Caesar Rodney. Cape coach Claudi, Smarrelli (background right) observes. Baptiste's 43 was best for the Viking that day. Rehoboth Beach Country Club Wednesday, April 9, and then ..... ,.to teach life skills and positive travel the next day for the post,: values to-young people, using poned match against Delmarva golf as the delivery vehicle. Fore! The First Tee of Delaware Open, to be held Monday, May 19. Registration on the day of the open begins at 11:30 a.m., with range balls and the practice range open for warming up before the 1 p.m. shotgun start. A boxed lunch is also part of the package. The event supports The First Tee of Delaware, the local chap- ter of the national nonprofit. The organization's goals are The single entry fee of $125 per player includes the greens fee, cart, prizes, practice balls, gifts, and the lunch. A payment Christian. Fore! The First Tee of Delaware Open May 19 Rehoboth Beach Country Club is hosting the inaugural of $600 for corporate sponsor- ship pays for four players and an on-course sign. On-course signs can also be obtained for $175. Prizes will be awarded for all par 3s, the winning teams in the scramble format competition, the longest drive, and a putting contest. Registrants can requesl to play in a specific group, or leave the pairing up to the tour- nament committee. The entry deadline is Friday, May 9. Call the First Tee office at 302-384-8759, or email scott. Checks made payable to The First Tee of Delaware may be sent to P.O, Box 419, Rockland, DE 19732. Check out My Website Top Listing Agent 2010 Top Sales 2006, 2007, 2009, & 2011 Top Producer 2005, 2008 & 2012 Michael Dominguez 302-645-2207 (office) 302-745-2019 (cell) slow down Cape's Allie Yeager in the Nationals and Orioles are both better and more interesting teams with smart and smooth announcers and all games in high definition. Congrats to AUie Yeager for scoring her 100th career lacrosse goal in Cape's 17-3 win at Saint Mark's April 9. Go on now, gift