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66 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 18- April 24, 1997 Quick Hitters By Dave Frederick CAPE GOLF BEATS INDI- AN RIVER 174-204- Ben Oakes And Scott Townsend each shot a seson low 41 as the Vikings of Cape upset Indian River 174-204. Other scores for Cape were: Jerry Rawlins 45, Dan Prettyman 47, Mike Tigue 49, and Frank Payton 55. TENNIS TEAMS BOTH LOSE TO SEAFORD 4-1- Re- gan Derrickson cruised past a "fill-in" at first singles but that was Cape's only victory in a 4-1 loss to visiting Seaford. "I expect to be fighting for the conference title at the end of the season," a confident Derrickson said. Third singles player Toan Nguyen, play- ing with his hat on backwards, fought hard before losing in straight sets. "I've never been on an organized team and I've never had a lesson," the Dover transfer said. "But I think I'm a good enough athlete to finish 7-1 and to battle in the Conference meet. Kay Cofrancesco defeated Justini Caldro 6-2, 6-0 in Cape's lone victory in the Seaford girls' match. BASEBALL DROPS 5TI-I IN ROW- "Goose pitched a great game and we hit the heck out of the ball," said Cape baseball coach Barry Lynch as Cape lost to Delmar 4-0. "Joe Deloy just hit some shots but they were fight at people." Mike Cunningham went the distance while Joe Bekeshka started his first game at catcher and played well. Bekeshka also had a double in the game. LACROSSE BULLIES CON- CORD 22-0- The Cape lacrosse team should take lessons from the iiiiiii!i!00iiiil d Angle Moon photo Regan Derrickson returns a shot against his Seaford oppo- nent during a victory match this week. girls basketball team on how to prepare for a tough tournament while feasting on a schedule of weak sisters. The Vikings, a very good lacrosse team, blasted the beginners from Concord 22-0 in a game that ended with the Concord coach getting fhed up. "Our de- fenseman Jimmy Derrick scored in the final period and he really wasn't even supposed to be in the game," said assistant coach Tim Mahoney. "I think they thought we were UTing to run up the score. Nothing could be further from the truth." Scott Steele led the scoring barrage with four goals while Der- rick Quillen won the unselfish player award with seven assists. Cape will host Salesianum April 24 in a game rescheduled from May 10. The Week Ahead In Sports FRIDAY, APRIL 18 • BASEBALL. Lewes Middle at Laurel, 4 p.m.; Delmar at Milton Middle, 4 p.m. • SOFTBALL- Lewes Middle at Laurel, 4 p.m.; Delmar at Milton Middle, 4 p.m. SATURDAY, APRIL 19 • LACROSSE- Sussex Tech at Wicomico, 10 a.m. • SOCCER- Ursuline at Cape girls, 5:30 p.m. • TRACK- Co-Ed Relays at Cape, 12 noon. MONDAY, APRIL 21 • SOCCER- Cape girls at St. Elizabeth, 4 p.m.; Sussex Tech girls at St. Mark's. • LACROSSE- Cape boys varsity at Glasgow, 4 p.m.; Gunston at Sussex Tech, 4 p.m • BASEBALL- Lewes Middleat Selbyville, 4 p.m.; Milton Mid- dle at Dover Air, 4 p.m. • SOFTBALL- Milton Middle at Dover Air, 4 p.m.; Lewes Mid- dle at Selbyville, 4 p.m. TUESDAY, APRIL 22 • BASEBALL- Caesar Rodney at Cape varsity, 4:15 p.m.; Sussex Tech varsity at Laurel, 4:15 p.m.; Cape JV at Caesar Rodney, 4:15 p.m.; Laurel at Sussex Tech JV, 4:15 p.m. • SOFTBALL- Caesar Rodney at Cape varsity, 4:15 p.m.; Sussex Tech varsity at Laurel, 4:15 p.m.; Laurel at Sussex Tech JV, 4:15 p.m.; Cape JV at Caesar Rodney, 4:15 p.m. • TRACK- Cape boys and girls at Caesar Rodney, 3:30 p.m.; Sus- sex Tech at Lake Forest, 3:30 p.m. • TENNIS- Cape boys at Smyrna, 4 p.m.; Smyrna at Cape girls, 4 p.m. • GOLF- Cape at Caesar Rodney, 4 p.m. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23 • LACROSSE- Newark at Sussex Tech, 4 p.m. • TRACK- Sussex Central Middle at Milton Middle, 3:30 p.m. THURSDAY, APRIL 24 • BASEBALL- Sussex Central at Cape varsity, 4:15 p.m.; Sussex Tech varsity at Indian River, 4:15 p.m.; Cape JV at Sussex Cen- tral, 4:15 p.m.; Indian River at Sussex Tech JV, 4:15 p.m.; • SOFTBALL- Sussex Tech varsity at Indian River, 4:15 p.m.; SussexCentral at Cape varsity, 4:15 p.m.; Cape JV at Sussex Cen- tral, 4:15 p.m.; Indian River at Sussex Tech JV, 4:15 p.m. • TRACK- Cape boys and girlsat Penn Relays; • GOLF- Sussex Central at Cape, 4 p.m. • TENNIS- CR at Cape girls,4 p.m,; Cape boys at CR, 4 p.m. Kai Maull Continued from page 64 "I don't know how fast I can go, but I'm willing to do what it takes," Maull said. When asked about breaking Les Freeman's long standing 22' 10" long jump record, Maull said, "I was being a little cautious at Dover. I don't really know what it feels like to jump 23 feet. I would be honored to break any Cape track record. Those guys are all leg- ends." A new legend is now in the making. Cape varsity, JV basketball players honored The Cape Henlopen High School basketball program held its annual awards recognition celebration recently following the conclusion of the successful 1996-1997 season. The photo above shows members of the junior varsity team who received honors. They are O-r) Darryl Price, high scorer; Dairius James, most improved player;, Haywood Burton, best all around hustler;, Rieky Angle Moon photos Thompson, most athletic;, and Julius Hazzard, most valuable player. The pho- to on the right shows members of the varsity team who received honors. They are (l.r) Olin Bolden, best rebounder;, Cory Clouser, best foul shooter;, Bobby Leggins, best athletic attitude; Terry Hazzard, most assists; Kid Maull, Mr. Hustle; and O.J. Wilson, best shooting percentage.