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CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, April 15 - Thursday, April 17, 2008 - 31 Cape laxmen top Friends 9-8 in tournament "Ground balls" is a cheer that the Cape boys lacrosse team shouts before the game, after ach time out and at halftime, because the coach- ing staff knows how important they are to get and keep possession of the ball. The Vikings gained that ground ball possession 35 to 19 times against the Wilmington Friends School Quakers in an exciting 9-8 Viking vic- tory at the Dave Reynolds Memorial Tournament played Saturday, April 12, at Wesley College in Dover. Scott Brozey led all Scorers with four goals. Ian Stewart tallied three while Rory Rogan anti Dan Steele tickled the twine with one each. Chris Woodruff had two assists while Rogan Steele and Bryan Mack each had one. Each team ended the first with one quarter goal, but Cape took a 4-3 lead into the halftime 'break. The Vikings went on top 8-4 in the third period and had to hold on as turnovers on defense cost the Vikings in the fourth when Friends outscored Cape 4-1. The Vikings outshotithe Quakers 35-23 and won 13 of 21 faceoffs in the contest. Goalie Franc Cook had seven saves in the game. Attackman Bobby DeWees scored four goals for the Quakers; middle Eric Kelby had two while attackman Will Rodowsky tallied one. Cape girls soccer team posts 3-0 win over Milford Within the first five minutes of the game, Cassie McLaughlin fired a shot past Milford's goalie putting the Vikings ahead 1-0. That was all of the scoring the Vikings needed as the Lady Viking defense of Kylie Cisco, Caitlin McVey, Alex Little and Madison Hines allowed only one shot on goalie Sarah Watson. Katie Boytim scored early in the second making it a 2-0 game. Rachel Sadowski, on a solo run, broke through the Buccaneers' defense and put the final goal on the scoreboard shutting out Milford 3-0. "I think this was our best game yet. We communicated well and worked together as a team, maintaining possession and taking frequent shots on goal," said defender Kylie Cisco. Midfielders Devin: Price, Rachel Sadowski and Brittany Morris played excellent control and possession assisting both Cape's offense and defense. "The team really stepped it up when one of our players got a red card and had to play a man down," said Brittany Morris. Milford junior varsity defeated the Cape 5-0. Cape tennis teams post wins over Lake Forest The Cape Henlopen High School boys and girls tennis teams added. one to the win colunm on Friday, April 11, with the boys topping the Spartans 3-1 while th girl s blanked their counterparts 5-0. On the boys side, Cape's Tevor Ricker defeated R.K. Petel 6-0, 6-3 in first singles, while teammate Max Boytim defeated Lake's Logan King, 6-3, 6-0 in second singles. In first doubles, Cape's Mason Roach and David Campbell teamed to defeate Lake's Mike Bunch and John Sheridan 6-2, 6-3, while Cape's second doubles team of Kevin Thomas and Aaron Bradford 10st to Lake's Eddie Lang and Bradon Williamson 7-5, 6-2. The boys eened their season record at 2-2. On the girls side, i first singles Kelsey Buchanan, second singles Katelyn Vincent and third singles Kristen Vincent each posted victorys. Cape's first doubles team of Stacy Munoz and Natasja Wigginton and second doubles team: of Marissa Bowski and Shanell McKinnie also were victorious. Both teams traveled to Caesar Rodney on Monday, April 14. Cape baseball team falls to Lake Forest 14-4 The Cape baseball team on Friday, April 11, fell to the Spartans of Lake Forest 14-4. The Spartans jumped to an 8-0 lead after three innings and coasted home to victory. Steven Walker and J.T. Norton homered for the 1-3 Vikings, while pitcher Mike Soyka took the loss on the mound. Cape plays at Sussex Central at 4 p.m., Tuesday, April 15. Baseball program set at Rehoboth library April 16 In conjunction with National Library Week, the Rehoboth Beach Public Library will hrst its annual baseball program to kick off the 2008 baseball season. This event, which features a freewheeling discussion on a variety of baseball topics, will e held at 4 p.m., Wednesday, April 16, in the sec- ond-floor conferencetroom at the Rehoboth Beach Public Library. Participants are invited to bring along their favorite baseball stories and memorabilia, and predictions for their favorite teams and players. As always, a lively trivia discussion will also be in play. All participants will have the opportunity to*predict the winner of the 2008. World Series; the winner will receive a special prize from the library. Call the Rehoboth Beach Public Library at 227-8044 to reserve a box seat for this fun get-t0gether. Dan Cook photos Above, senior defenseman Tyler Hefke checks the ball away from Friends attackman Will Rodowsky in the Vikings' 9-8 victory Saturday, April 12, in ,k tournement played at Wesley Col- lege in Dover. Below, Cape attackman Ian Stewart drives toward the goal past Friends de- fender Matt Long. Stewart had three goals on the afternoon. One of the few highlights of the afternoon of Friday, April 11, came off the bat of Steve Walker who slugged a home run in a 14-4 loss to the Spar- tans of Lake Forest.