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94  FRIDAY, APRIL 16 - MONDAY, APRIL 19, 2010 SPORTSkOU00S Cape Gazette Cape girls lacrosse wins another one-goal thriller Bartley scores game-winning goal By Dave Frederick fredman@capegazette.com A rainy, chilly, coyote-ugly Tfiesday, April 13, off Route 50 in Easton, Md., featured a game played on long-bladed grass as the traveling Cape girls lacrosse team crossed sticks with Sts. Pe- ter and Paul in a slug-and-slosh With help from Teenie Bristowe, Sarah May makes a save as the Vikings win a thriller 11-10 over Sts. Peter and Paul. game not decided until the final seconds. The Vildngs trailed 6-5 at the half and never led on the after- noon until five seconds remain- ing. Alec Perry got loose in the final minutes and scored to knot up the game at 11 as the clock wound under two minutes. Meg Bartley flashed across the goal crease and scored the game- winner with five seconds re- maining as the defending state champions won 12-11 and im- proved to 4-0 on the season. Cape will play at Charter at 1. p.m., Saturday, April 17, then trav- el to Worcester Prep Wednesday, April 21. The Worcester Prep Mallards have beaten Stephen Decatur 12-11 and will face Tower Hill and Sussex Tech before playing Cape. Meg Bartley and Jacki Cov- eleski each had 3 goals against the Saints while Alec Perry, Car- oline Judge and Sarah Young each had two. Sarah May had her best game of the season in goal recording 8 saves. Cape held a 29-21 shots on goal advantage. KEVIN BRISTOWE PHOTOS MEG BARTLEY SCORES the game-winning goal with 5 seconds remaining in Cape's 11-10 win over Polytech. Athletes can compete for ESBF scholarship r High school seniors in Mary- land's Lower Shore, Sussex County in Delaware, and the Eastern Shore of V'n-ginia are eli- gible to compete for a scholar- ship from the Eastern Shore Baseball Foundation. Deadline for applications is Saturday, May 1.5. Winners will be introduced at a Delmarva Shorebirds game. For more information, call 410- 546-4444 or visit the Eastern Shore Baseball Foundation Mu- seum at Arthur W.. Perdue Stadi- um on Hobbs Road in Salisbury, Model 1911 - 22 Lights out Continued from page 90 Scrutchfield 3, Chris Woodruff and Alshawn Williams. Cape outshot the Panthers 31-7. James Cook had 3 saves while Patrick Thompson contributed 1. The Vikings move into the challenging part of the regular- season Delaware schedule play- ing 2-2 Wilmington Friends at 11 a.nx, Saturday, April 17, at Wesley College, then face 3-1 Salesianum at Baynard Stadium Tuesday, April 20, with the varsity action beginning at 4 p.m. The Vildngs return home and play 6-1 Brandywine at 5 p.m., Saturday, April 24. . .  Cape senior defenseman Dom Prestipino clears the ball from the Poly- tech offensive zone during the Vikings' 161 win over the Panthers.