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28 - CAPE GAZE'IWE - Tuesday, April 15 - Thursday, April 17, 2008 SPORTS & OUTDOORS Cape's sixth sense leads to pair of comeback wins By Dave Frederick said, 'Let Lauren finish.'" Cape Gazette staff Gill shut the Spartans in order to preserve the win. The Cape softball team came away from a pair of Cape Wailed Padua 1-0 in the bottom of the fourth dangerous games last weekend pulling sixth-inning inning last Saturday when, with two out and a runner deficits into seventh-inning victories with a Friday 4- on second, the game was called for a rumble and rain 3 win over Lake Forest followed by a 7-5 Saturday delay. afternoon comeback win over visiting Padua. Play resumed and Erin Fox got a crucial hit tying "It seems like if we don't make it hard on our- the game at 1-1. "It's been a little scary with so many selves we ain't having any fun," said Cape head of our games decided in the late innings," Fox said. coach Andy Givens whose team improved to 7-1 and "And we're still figuring out where everyone should faces a Tuesday road game against undefeated play and bat." Sussex Central. The Pandas put up a three spot in the top of the "I expect Central to be a one- or two-run game and sixth as Cape found itself in a deeper hole then the I expect us to win it," Givens said. "I have confi- one they crawled out of with the Fox timely hit, dence in every one of my players and I'm waiting for The Vikings loaded the bases in the bottom of the all of them to have that same amount of confidence frame on infield hits by Floyd and Vescovi and a hit . in themselves." by Veronica D'Amico. A passed ball brought the started Lanren Gill against Lake Forest last score to 4-2. A walk to Fox reloaded the bases for Friday giving Chloe Vescovi the day off, and enter- Jessie Dmiterchik who roped a single for two RBIs ing the bottom of the sixth inning the Vikings trailed tying the game at 4-4. 3-1. Bernheimer followed with an RBI hit and a-5-4 Courtuey Galbreath and Becca Bernheimer laced Cape lead followed by a hard-hit ball off the bat of RBI singles with two out tying the game, then Amanda Brittian that produced a throwing error Connie Floyd stroked a single for the go-ahead run as allowing two more runs to score as Cape led 7-4 and Cape led 4-3 entering the final frame with "The went on to post the 7-5 win. oave Frm:lotlek phOtO Chloester" on the bench and available. "We've had some errors mostly when players are Cape's Veronica D'Amieo slides safely across home plate on "I didn't even think about taking Lauren out of the within six feet of one another," Givens said. "We a 6essiea Dmiterehik RBI single in the victory over Padua on game," Givens said. "Even Chloe looked at me and _ will eliminate them as we gain more confidence." Saturday, April 12. The difference betweerL these two track,teams is paper thin WEIGH IN HILLARY - I am up to the eyeballs with coveted green jacket stories and I watched the final coverage last Sunday in high definition as South African Trevor Immelman won just 30 years after his boyhood idol and fellow countryman Gary Player won in 1978. Player was in Augusta early in the weekend but then took off for the Middle East. But at least he left Trevor a voice mail. Five years ago the Augusta Club was picketed by angry women for being sexist as in "no women" and NOW nobody cares, but I would love to hear Barack Obama who was compared by someone from the Clinton cam- paign as the Tiger Woods of poli- tics and Hillary weigh in with a hit of Augusta wind. OFF THE HOOK Dave Frederick My question: "Who keeps those stats?" You know what's nasty is that the pesky bacteria tends to be pus producing. Reality bites! C'MON COWBELL I thought it was a bit rude for the Padua Pandas third basel coach to call her batter "Cowbell," although it is a cool nickname reflecting on Christopher Walken in the Saturday Night Live skit "I gotta have more cow- bell!" Cowbell got on base but SUFFERING FROM STAPH - Last year I went to the website of the place I Kent to high school and the lead article was explain- ing how a staph infection out- break was under control, although impetigo was still a persistent problem. Honey what is that on your back? I just read that wide reciever for the Cleveland Browns, Joe Jurevicius, contracted staphylo- coccus atrreus bacteria after knee surgery and is the sixth Brown in by Connie Floyd trying to steal second. Then I thought Connie rings up Cowbell but then reality bit me when I realized Cowbell was really Kell-Kell for Kelly and so Cowbell may still be available for a vanity tag. BIG TUESDAY - The Caesar Rodney boys and girls track and field teams will be at Cape Tuesday, April 15, and are slight favorites to defeat the Vikings on both sides, but looking at the matchups the difference between these teams is paper thin. Track meets are 18 events for both boys and girls with 11 running events which include four relays. Also on Tuesday the Cape softball team (7-1) travels to Sussex Central to battle the undefeated Golden Knights before hosting Delmar on Thursday, April 17. The boys lacrosse team is at Tatnall on Friday, April 18, while the girls lax team hosts Worcester on the same day. Go to the websited viewmyschedule.com and type in the name of your favorite school for a complete and up-to-date schedule. CLEARING THE DECKS - Mariner's baseball team defeated _ Smyrna 7-4 on April 9, behind strong pitching from Jake Jake Dmiterchik provided much of the run support scoring two runs each. Roy Martinez, Ryan Muchmore, TK Pabon and Bobby Zakrewski all hit the ball hard. Mariner is 2-0 on the season going into week 3. Five hundred and thirty marathon runners are currently registered for the Sunday, May 18 Christiana Care Health System Delaware Marathon Running Festival presented by New Balance Delaware. Also, 115 relay teams are signed up for the 4 Person Relay Race, and 145 run- ners are registered for the Bell .Supply Ten Miler. Race organiz- ers expect to sell out within the next few weeks, so now is the time to get registrations in. The limit is 600 marathoners, 700 relay runners on 175 relay teams, plus 200 more "in the ten-mite race. Go to to the website races2run.com to negotiate your way to a race application. The Indian River boys tennis team, coached by Patsy Cicala, is currently undefeated which must have something to do with the Sea Colony tennis community and all those tennis courts. A planned conditional:use permit to con- struct outdoor and indoor tennis courts off Old Mill Road in the Nassau area was met with heavy communities have tennis courts as part of the landscape. Tennis is a good neighbor - there are permit- ted-use neighbors that would not be so nice. The Saint Thomas More girls soccer team is currently 3-0 after defeating Caravel 3-0. Goals were scored by Kaitlin LeBlanc (Lauren Schimp assist), Morgan Hudson (Kaiflin LeBlanc assist) and Katie Dogherty (Tricia Colucci assist). Tricia Colucci is related to me being a great-niece by marriage once or twice removed. She is a second cousin to my grandchildren. A bus leaves Saint Edmond's parking lot every morning with local high school kids who attend Thomas More which is on the far side of Magnolia. The senior women's softball league will begin play at 6 p.m., Monday, April 21, at the Sports At The Beach complex in Georgetown., There are three teams and the league is hoping to form a fourth. New players are still being accepted. Current players' ages are between 50 and 77. Age is determined by how old a player will be on Dec. 31, 2008. To join a team, contact a team captain: Alley Cats 50s, Maureen White, 349-4379 or 226- 8080; Delaware Diamonds 50s, Dmiterchik (3 innings) and Gage _ opposition by local residents who Debbie Estes; 644-7220; fouryeamm.conlxaetthe  .... . out ....... WALKII .... . JI& (4-.nings): --don 't ___,__a_ -  u _%nsc_.A....._:.:.=_.l=.. ..... 80