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I Ill ; u TUESDAY, APRIL 16 - THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2013 SPORTS & OUTDOORS Cape Gazette DELMARVA RUGBY CLUB FALLS TO GRYPHONS NICK ROTH PHOTOS THE" DEI~MARVA RUGBY CLUB hosted the Philadelphia Gryphons April 13 at Beacon Middle School. The Gryphons earned a 35~.7 win. -. Delmarva's AJ Williams, left, reaches for the ball during a line,out throw in. Michael Reilly looks Both clubs are members'ofthe Eastern Pennsylvania Rugby Union. The Gryphons beat Del-. marva earlier this season 35-19 at the annual Pocono Cup tournament. Anyone interested in joining or supporting the team may email Delmarvarugbyclub@gmail.com. for an opening in the Philadelphia defense. Players from both teams scrum for the ball. Darice Atkins pulls the ball out Of the scrum. People Continued from page 30 ning at 4 p.m. followed by the varsity game at 5:30. The event is also a Brian Tappan fund- raiser. Brian, a former Cape player who graduated in 2010, was partially paralyzed in an ATV accident three years ago. Brian is a great kid and forever member of the Cape lacrosse family. The Cape girls' soccer team lost at home to Smyrna 1-0 April 12. The team is now 1-2 on the season. The Vikings will play at Indian River at 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 16. Checking comparative scores throughout the Henlopen Conference, teams appear close and Cape could certainly get into the mix. Cape softball, 0-3, will host Dover Tuesday, April 16. The Senators are 2-37 in their last 39 games, includ- ing 0-4 this season but don't pencil them in - or out - be- cause they are getting closer and are ready to bite some- body. Kobe Bryant ruptured his left Achilles tendon April 12 in the final minute of a two- point win over the Warriors, and after 17 years in the NBA his stellar career is most likely over forever; it's not like he's hanging around first base like Ryan Howard. Bryant is a high flier who has been grounded. Go on now, girl Briefly )) Registration open for Kings Creek camps Registration has begun for 2013 Summer Junior Golf camps at the innovative Learn- ing Center at Kings Creek Country Club Golf Course in Rehoboth Beach. Kings Creek golf teaching professional Chris Krueger, director of the program, said, "We will have a variety Of golf camps available for all ages - from our new two-day sessions for 4-7-year-olds to our 3-day Elite Camp for more accom- plished junior golfers. These junior programs are available to club members and non- members alike." Krueger, a certified PGA instructor, was instrumental in creatifig the video and com- puterized teaching tools used at the Kings Creek Golf Learn- ing Center. He also serves as assistant coach of the Cape Henlopen High School golf team. For specific camps, dates, costs, and registration forms for the various camps, go to www.kingscreekcountryclub. corn, and click on "Golf" and then "Junior Golf Program and Camps." For more information, email Chris Krueger at cwk- ruegera@aol.com or call him at 302-227-8953. Daffodil Dash for Autism set April 28 The Sussex Consortium will host a Daffodil Dash for Autism 5K Run/Walk Sunday, April 28, at Irish Eyes in Lewes. Register online at www.races2run.com. Entry fee on or before Saturday, April 20, is $20; after April 20, fee is $25. Packet pickup is from 3 to 6 p.m., Saturday, April 27. Registration will be held start- ing at 7:50 a.m., Sunday, April 28, and the race kicks off at 9 a.m. Amenities include free T-shirts (while they last) and a post-race party with refresh- ments, food and medals for age group winners. The proceeds support Sussex Consortium. GEORGETOWN'S DALE ROSE WINS AT N.J. MARTIAL ARTS TOURNAMENT SUBMITTED PHOTO GEORGETOWN SHAOLIN STUDENT Dale Rose won first place in Weapons, first place in Forms and fourth in Fighting competition in the adult division of the 27th Annual Stone Dragon Martial ~,rts Tournament In Bridgeton, N.J., MarCh 16. The tournament features many of the best martial artists from New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Despite being the only member from a Delaware Kung-Fu School to enter the competition, Rose proved again that there's quality in downstate martial arts.