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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 18-April 24, 1997 - 65 +. People Manship on mark; 1rij00ag, upset U suline Batter Stephanie Warrington looked a L the Thursday, April 9 and defeated Delmar Tues= cou00u00 from page 04 Warrington's RBI secures 2-1 pitcher .and her sister Jackie on third bas . "I day, April 13 to raise the season record to 5- from Harlem named Tyrone don't threaten to hook me like Pee Wee Herman at the Apollo. The Cape team will be coached by Leonard Lucas, the Laurel Coach, who with a win would double his vic- tories for the season. Playing for the faculty are Josette McCul- lough, Mike Dominguez, Bob Fulton, Jenn Eckman, Dean John- son, Tiffany McCullough, Ed Waples, Ron Larson, Randy Redard, Edward Isabel, Dave Pritchett, Darrell Mifflin, John Miller, Skip Betts, Bobby Leg- gins, Terry Hazzard, Cory Clouser, Maggie Widdoes, Stephanie Warrington, Carrie Lingo and Katie DelCampo. Pro- ceeds from the game will benefit the Milton Middle School tech- nology fund. Be a team player and come out and support an activity with more crashes than a NASCAR short track race. SNIPPETS- Kelly Racz of R and R sports center was an actual real life center for the University of Delaware where he started his junior and senior years before graduating in 1991 with a degree in Outdoor Recreation. Kelly played for Milford High School and also in the Blue-Gold all star game...Cape's basketball player Bobby Leggins may attend Del Tech Wilmington next season and play basketball. Leggins is an honor roll student at Cape...The Flyers' push towards the Stanley Cup begins with a series against the Pittsburgh Penguins, a team they have owned this season... Alan Iverson is the quickest, most exciting player in the NBA the last two weeks. A true point guard scoring 50 points is just unbeliev- able. I'd hate to be the two guard on that team... While watching my first high school boys tennis match last Tuesday (four other spectators), school newspaper re- porter Jeremy Hurd (all-state soc- cer) asked me, "You write all the sports don't you? I mean, you like write them all. Isn't that right? Don't you write them allT' "Yes Jeremy." "What about sports you don't know anything about?" "There are no sports I don't know anything about," I answered rather arrogantly. "Oh yea, what about soccer," he said. "Soccer is an endeavor into creative writing Jeremy. How do you make one goal into a 500 word story?" Yep, if you ain't related to someone playing soccer, you're pretty much the designated administra- tor-in-charge or a sportswriter. And while I'm being obnoxious, how has the phrase "nicely done" crept into the world of sports. I hear it from players in golf, soccer and now lacrosse. Let's face it.. The phrase is gay. What is this a cricket on the lawn at Wimble- don? Squash at the old racket club? Go on now, gift .... Nicely done Fredman!" victory for Cape softball By Dave Frederick Ursuline's Lauren Mark was on target, pop- ping the catcher's mitt like the Hale-Bopp comet head on into Heavens Gate. "She was throwing BBs," said Cape assistant coach Chip Davis. "Mark is one of the best pitchers in the state." Micbelle Manship of Cape turned in an as- teroid performance herself, limiting the Red Raiders to just one hit and a single run. Tied at one in the top of the sixth, catcher Stephanie Warrington gunned down the lead-off batter who attempted to steal second after a bang- bang play at first base. It was even a bigger bang at second base when shortstop Katie Del- Campo applied a straight-on tag that had the Ursuline player helped from the field. Later in the inning Warrington threw out another run- ner attempting to steal giving the Vikings more time to solve the fiddle of Mark. The drama unfolded in the bottom of the seventh inning. Jackie Warrington led off with a full count walk that looked like a checked swing strike three. "I was just glad when the umpire pointed to first," Warrington said. Crystal Alexander waved defensively at fast balls on two bunt at- tempts before lacing a ball to fight field. A mishandle in the outfield put runners on sec- ond and third with nobody out. Lauren Mark KO'd Angie Davis setting the stage for "Sister Act." "Slap the ball to the fight side. That's what we practice," said Bill Cordrey. know if I put the ball in play that Jackieh: go_ ing to score," Stephanie said. "She's just ;ally fast." The ball was hit to the right side, to a d, twn- in infield. The second baseman saw no ch race at Jaclde Warrington so threw to first to get the sister. But it did not matter. The game lwas over! I ! NOTES: Cape upset Smyrna on the road 2...The Cape JV softball team is 2-1 on the season withwins over Seaford, 5-4, and Smyr- na, 11-6. The girls are coached by Chris Mat- tioni and Mark Ostroski. According to the coaches, Jayme Barr and Casey Ewart have provided leadership while playing great de- fense while the offense has been led by Aman- da Hopkins, Julie Parsegian and Tiffany Mor- ris. Morris leads the team with a .444 batting average. Viking coach Bill Cordrey talks to his team between innings. I Angle Moon photo JOSETYE Me--UGH Milton Middle School teacher Josetta MeCullough is a true guard and a flashy player She was aH shake and bake last Saturday night in the CHIP's basket- ball elassie in game one as the Cape faculty and friends defeated Beebe Medical Cen- ter by margins so slim no one recorded the score. Josette was throwing no- look-behind-the-back and over-the-shoulder passes all over the court. Josette played basketball and soft- ball for Delaware State Uni- versity. DAVID HO Wake up in the middle of the night sweating from your worst basketball night- mare. A streaking Mennon- ite has just thrown down a tomahawk dunk, dead in your face. And before he's done, the left-handed pogo iek has drilled another 80 points, mostly on three pointers. Meet Beebe Med- icai Center's David Hofstet- tel-, a 19 year old Greenwood Mennonite School graduate who put on a show at last Saturday's CHIP's classic. David works at Beebe and attends Wesle E/. CH LABALA EI. "Chooch am" Chalabaia is thrilled to  starting at second base fo Coach Barry Lynch's varsity Vikings Last Thursday Chalabala cranked a facti bali over the eenterfteld re1 loss to SmyrnJ short fence, bu over the scorq said. aHe's ! around seeom and batting o Coach Lynch." thank Jeff BI coached me through Httle abala said. tee in Cape's aTrue, it's a I it went clear sboard,  E.J. el steady seasou er .800," said I'd just like to trnham who all the way eague, ' Chal. 8TEPHAN WARR/NGTON aAll the players on our team are like sisters, m Stephanie said after knock. ing home her sister Jaekie in the bottom of the Nventh for a 2-1 victory over Urmfline. aWe're all been playing to- gether for so long. It's just really a lot of fun. m Warring. ton handled pitcher Michelle Manship through a one-hit performance in addl. tion to throwing out a pair of runners trying to steal in the top of the sixth inning. MicheHe is getting stronger and gaining confidence with each .g_m___e Stehanie said.