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(00AFI00 (00AZI00TTI00 Tuesday, April 17. Thursday, April 19, 2007.39 Lillie Lingo shoots and scores in the loss to the Hillers last Saturday, April 14. Pandas edge Lady Vikings in softball On Friday, April 13, the Cape softball team traveled north to play Padua and lost 5-4 as the Pandas banged out nine hits against Cape starter Chloe VescoVi. The loss dropped the Vikings to 5-2 on the season as the team travels to Laurel, Tuesday, April 17, before hosting a tough Sussex Tech squad, Thursday, April 19. Left-hander Lauren Szymanski pitched outof a bases-loaded jam in the seventh inning. Kristina Lingo was 2-for-3 with a double while Shannon Bull, Amanda Deloy and Chloe Vescovi all collected RBI hits. CAPE WINS PAIR AT SPORTS AT THE BEACH - A stone-cold Monday produced a 12 to 4 Cape win over Thomas Stone of Maryland, Tuesday, April 10, and Chloe Vescovi had 10 strike- outs. Jessica Norwood w*ts 3-for- 5 with a double and triple and two RBIs while Kristina Lingo was 3 for 5 with a triple, home run and five RBIs. In the second gme of the day, the Lady Vikings record- ed a 12-10 win over Indian River. Jessica Norwood, with relief from Chole Vescovi, picked up the win. Amanda Deloy, Erin Fox and Corey Galbreath each collect- ed two hits with Deloy having a triple and Fox a double. Cape took a 1-4 lead in the fourth inning with Corey Galbreath's two-out single knocking in two runs. Dan Cook photos Above, Cape's Brienna Faust (19) takes a backhand shot on goal in the Lady Vikings over- time loss to Tower Hill Saturday, April 14. Hillers use overtime to sink Cape lacrosse By Dave Frederick Cape Gazette staff Most of the day last Saturday afternoon; April 14, belonged to Cape, but in the end on the final shot, the 13-12 victory went to the visiting Hillers of Tower Hill. The Vikings led 10-7 at halftime on goals by Liz Carpenter (4), Laura Carpenter (2), Lillie Lingo (2), Alec Perry and Allison Young. Tower Hill first-half scorers were Alex Nielson (3), Myra Trivellas, Frannie Glick, Megan Lyons and Heather Reinhart. Cape at one point led 5-1, but had trouble spring- ing one of the top scorers, Brienna Faust, loose for shots. "Our first-half execution toward Tower Hill worked well through the preparation of our scout- ing," said Cape head coach Gretchen Wyshock. "We were very pleased with the score at halftime being up by three goals against such an excellent opponent. But we just made too many mistakes in the second half." Allison Young at 21:15 and Alec Perry at 10:09 would score Cape's only second-half goals, and when Heather Reinhart of Tower Hill scored with 1:51 remaining, the game went into overtime. Myra Trivellas scored 1:55 into overtime giving the ,isiting Hillers the victory. Cape goalie Leigh Ann Redefer had nine saves while Anna Ternya had nine saves for Tower Hill. The Vikings had 31 shots on goal. Cape 16, Salisbury School 7 - A 45-minute light- ning delay three minutes before halftime prolonged a thunderous 16-7 Cape girl's lacrosse victory over visiting. Salisbury School. The Vikings were paced by Virginia Tech-bound Liz Carpenter with five goals and Old Dominion- bound Brienna Faust also with six. Other Cape goal scorers were Allison Young (2), Laura Carpenter, Lillie Lingo and Alec Perry. Cape had 43 shots on goal as goalie Ashton Wheatly recorded 14 saves. Leigh Ann Redefer had four saves in goal for the Vikings. The girls will next host St, Mark's, Wednesday, April 18, beginning at 6 p.m. COST: $75 per participant or $65 each for 2 or more family members I Limited scholarships available with Bod approva !. I BRING: A copy of each participant's birth certificate, a parent or guardian, I cash or check made out to Cape Pop Warner Football I SIGN UP IS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. Come early - a limited number of I / slots are available. Participati0n in fundraising is mandatory. I / Any questions? Please contact President Harry Hudson (947-0295) I/ J or VP Mike Ash (945-0666) //