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CAPE GAZETTE, Tuesday, April 12 - April 14, 2005 - 33 SPORTS & OUTDOORS Lady Vikings top Seaford booters ... twice Cape scores decisi,00e wins over Blue Jay By Dave Frederick Freshman striker Lydia Hastings simply plays hard and isn't looking for attention. But if you're an opposing coach, it would Cape freshman Lydia Hastings dodges Seaford's Maria Nielson while Blue Jay teammate Jennifer James and Cape's Alice Kenney look on. be wise to pay her lots of attention. "Know where No. 7 is," screamed Seaford coach Tim Lee to his defense after the freshman flash scored three straight goals for the first of many hat tricks in the "all in front of her" career. Cape defeated Seaford 5-1 at home April 7 then traveled to Seaford two days later for another win - this one 4-0. Jill Frederick scored first in the Saturday game followed by two Hastings goals and a final strike off the foot of Alice Kenney. Heather McGrady recorded the shutout in the goal. "Lydia is simply a complete player," said Cape head coach Randy Redard, his eye- balls practically popping out of his head. "She has great quickness and knows what to do. "She is a very special player." Cape scored 35 seconds into game one against Seaford when Kenney sent a right to left crossing shot that beat goalie Jessica Ruehr bouncing off the far post. The final Cape goal was scored by Taylor Vandiver. "We were 8-8 last year and I think we can do better this year," Kenney said. "Heather in goal and so many of the younger players are so good." Varsity players on this year's team in- clude Kylie Cisco, Jill Frederick, Lydia Hastings, Trish Himes, Shelby Krick, Alice Kenney, Theresa Rawlins, Taylor Vandiver, Tiffany Darlington, Jessica Hopkins, Ellery Mathews, Heather McGrady, Nicole Ta- plan, Noellia Brady, Tyler Ecker and Liz DeCastro. NOTES - Theresa Rawlins and Jessica Hopkins had nice assists on two Lydia Hastings goals in game one. Dan Cook photos Cape's Tyler Eeker battles Seaford's Courtney Swain. The Vikings defeated the Seaford Blue Jays, 5-1. When it comes to doughnuts, Katie crumbles under the pressure PEOPLE IN SPORTS Dave Frederick sory overload! Finally the word glazed came from Katie's lips. I said to put four in the box. The counter girl asked Katie if she liked doughnuts filled with jelly and cream and Katie said no. KATIE CRUMBLES - My five year old granddaughter, Katie, displays frightening mo- ments of observations and com- mentaries that has my daughter- in-law, Liza, sighing, "Sometimes Katie acts just like Fredman." Last Saturday at Super Wawa, older sisters Anna and Lizzy opt- ed for a Slurpy. Katie wanted a doughnut. "I will take you to Dunkin Donuts and we will get a dozen," I told Katie. "You get to pick them all. It's a kid's dream come true." "How many is a dozen?" she asked. So there we were. An awesome moment created by Poppa Fred for a little girl from my gene pool. I stood her on the counter as the pretty Russian girl smiled back. Runner I was joking to her older sisters that Katie crumbled under the pressure. Everyone got the pun. Finally Katie said, "Hey I'm five years old. I only know glazed." There followed a pause. "Well maybe sugar, too." SCRATCHING THE SUR- FACE - Many years ago I put 170-pound discus thrower Wayne Gibbs on the 400-meter leg of a distance medley. The original "Dog" with absolutely no training for any running event ran a 52 second split. Dr. Wes Stack, an assistant coach for me, turned his head and said, "That is impossi- ble. No way a kid that big with no training runs a 52." Another time in a dual meet I put all my good guys in the 800- meter race. None of them liked Dave Frederick photo Katie crumbled like a stale cruller Someday I will test her DNA. facing each other, but when the in a retriever's mouth! It was sen- No? When we got back to my 4- Continued on page 34 An awesome moment was created by Poppa Fred for a little girl from his gene pool when granddaughter Katie picked her first dozen from Dunkin Donuts.