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30 TUESDAY, APRIL 11 - THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2017 SPORTS & OUTDOORS Cape Gazette third quarter. Jackson Truitt also scored, and Appo took a 6-5 lead. Cape sophomore attackman Luke D’Ambrogi found Gehman to tie the game at six with just under eight minutes remaining.  Coach D’Ambrogi gave his goalie props for his play in the game. “Brendan [Kane] kept us in the game and set it up for us to try to win with his saves,” he said. He finished the contest with eight stops in the cage. Zach Bowen then put the game in the win column for the Jags on a shot at 2:21 left in the contest.  The Vikings had the last pos- session, but they could not get a shot off. The loss drops the Vikings to 4-1, while the Jags move to 4-0. “We’ve got to keep our com- posure late in the game,” said D’Ambrogi. The Vikings were set to host Stephen Decatur Monday, April 10. Lax Continued from page 29 DAVE FREDERICK PHOTO During a pregame ceremony, Appo assistant coach Mike McGuigan present- ed Cape head coach Mark D'Ambrogi and Dan Cook a check for $500 for the Scott Brozey Lead by Example Memorial Scholarship. Mike was a teammate of Scott Brozey at Del Tech and Wesley College, and John Coveleski was Scott's coach at Del Tech. Shown are (l-r) D’Ambrogi, Cook, McGuigan and Coveleski. Cape’s Jaycob Trimmer breaks through an Appo check and goes to the goal. By Dan Cook dlcook7854@aol.com Salesianum got two runs on three hits in the first inning of its April 8 game against the Vikings, and that was all they needed, as Sallies took a 2-0 victory over Cape in an epic pitching duel. Cape starting pitcher Zack Gel- of pitched six innings of four-hit baseball on Salesianum’s Eugene A. DelleDonne Memorial Field. After the first inning, Gelof shut down the Sals with 1-2-3 innings in the second, third, fourth and fifth. He finished the game with nine strikeouts. Three Ks came in the third inning. “Both teams played a great game,” said Cape coach Ben Evick. “Zack [Gelof] had the most efficient pitched game of the season. He pitched great against Sallies’ Eugene Holler and Jack Fiala.” Cape’s Austin Elliott, Zach Dale and Noah Piper had hits for the Vikings. “It was very odd how fast the game went,” said Evick. “There were quite a few strikeouts.” Cape will travel to Woodbridge Monday, April 10, then play host to Caesar Rodney Wednesday, April 12.  Cape baseball falls to Sallies 2-0 Pitching duel allows just seven hits DAN COOK PHOTOS CAPE’S ZACK GELOF pitched “the most efficient game of the year,” accord- ing to coach Ben Evick. Cape junior Austin Elliott dives back to first on a Sallies pick-off attempt. Cape second baseman Dwayne Harmon scoops up a Sallies grounder and throws to first for an out. Cape junior Zach Dale gets one of the Vikings’ three hits in the game. Cape senior catcher Richard Carey takes a walk. Senior Parker Savage takes a big cut.