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70 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 18- April 24, 1997 From The Ca Gazette's Traveler Series* Viking girls soccer loses two, ties one By Scott Friedenreich After splitting its fortunes in its first two matches against upstate powerhouse A.I. DuPont, and conference rival Sussex Central, the Cape Henlopen Lady Vikings soccer team experienced further mixed results. The 16th of April saw Cape take on powerhouse Tatnall school. The final score would end up be- ing 4-0 in favor of the upstate squad, but the Lady Vikings could find improvement over a 6-0 loss to Caesar Rodney. "We definitely worked better as a team," said sophomore Casey Vosburg. "We're getting there." On Friday, April 11 the booters made another upstate voyage to take on the Colonials of William Penn. The Lady Vikes took the lead through junior forward Shawn Campbell, but William Penn would equalize later in the game to give Cape a respectable 1-1 tie. This match would contrast sharply with a conference show- down against the Caesar Rodney Riders. When the two teams collided in the 1996 season the game ended in a 1-1 draw. This year would be totally different. The Riders de- feated Cape emphatically, scoring four goals in the first half, and two in the second en route to a 6-0 vic- tory. Dana Zabowski led the way for CR, with two goals and two as- sists, with Leslie Gantan and Melanie Harris each notching a goal and an assist, with Karen Rib ter netting a single goal. The Rid- ers outshot Cape 34-11 with Cape keeper Sherry Swartzel making 25 saves. All in all, a disappointing game for the Lady Vikings. "We didn't play together in the C.R. game, but we learn from our mistakes," said junior Dawn Cin- tavey. CORNER KICKS: A.I. DuPont and Sussex Central faced off in other girls soccer action with the upstate Tigers defeating the Golden Knights by an 8-0 scoreline. Both teams faced Cape Henlopen this season with A.I. winning by a comfortable 9-0 score, and Sussex Central getting routed by the Lady Vikings 5- 0....Cape's record now stands at the .500 mark in the Henlopen Conference with the win against the Golden Knights and the Cae- sar Rodney result...Cape's next match is against upstate Catholic school powerhouse Ursuline. The match will be played this Satur- day, April 19 in the Lady Vikings' home stadium under the lights with the varsity match beginning at 7 p.m...In JV action, Cape Hen- lopen defeated Tatnall by a score of 1-0. Freshman Jodi Moore tal- lied the lone goal for the Lady Vikings. Running Continued tt'om page 88 leader Troy Anderson in a great quarter mile race that he lowered his personal best to a 50.9. An- derson was timed in second with a 51.1. Maull then won the 200m dash with a personal best of 22.5, and ended the day by out jumping Dover's best in the high jump with a leap of 6'2". Four personal bests, another 20 points, and four performances among the state's best for Maull who is just "learning" different events in track & field. Other first place winners at Dover for the Vikings were the 400m relay team of Eric Conlon, Carl Floyd, Shaunte Wildy, and Tavarous Nelson in a time of 52.5, while Darius James won the 800m run in 2:25.9. Thrower Issah Justice won the shot in 35'11" and discus in 117'5" for the Vikings. The Cape teams will team up to host the annual Co-Ed Relays which will begin at noon on Satur- day with a record 12 teams taking part. The meet offers the boys and girls a chance to run on relay teams together and shows what teamwork can do when athletes work together. SPLITS...Local walker and teacher Caran Bonfili joined the Grove Club last Tuesday evening as 26 people turned out for the workout. Brothers Evan and Tyler Mock, along with Dad Mike each received their Grove Hat for their tenth time, while Member- ship Cards went to walkers Wendy Pritchett and Evie De Riemer. Seashore Strider young- ster Clare Nowakowski returned to the roads after a slight battle with Mr. Tonsils. Clare, a nation: al cross country qualifier last De- cember, is looking forward to the upcoming track season and her coach feels she should now be lighter and faster...First grader Helena Melendez completed her first ever 5k in 28:35 last weekend paced by her older sis Tiffany who gave up a 10-13 year old tro- phy to help her sister out. I'm not sure if it helped or hurt, but it was a case of sisterly lovel...The third annual Selbyville Old Timers 5k and 1 mile walk will be held this Saturday morning at 9a.m. begin- ning on Church St. Registration will be from 8-8:45a.m. on race morning with awards being pre- sented to the Overall, Masters, the top three runners in each of the eight age categories. The one mile walk will also be- gin at 9a.m...See ya on the starting line! Shown on the island of Kos, in the Hellenic Republic, also known as Greece, are Lou (I) and Gavin Baithwalte of Lewes. Even where it's all Greek, the Cape Gazette communicates "It's all Greek to me," says a Puzzled Gavin Bralthwaite (above) as he peruses the local paper while on vacation in the winter of 1996. As for Lou Braitwalte, she's been all over the Stones of the Ascleplon ruins on the island of Kos, Greece. Yet, she still feels a need to keep up wlth news from home via the Cape Gazette. The Lewes residents beth hope that our readers enjoy this column. For those unfamiliar with Greece, it is a richly historic Mediterranean nation occu- pying the South Balkan Peninsula. Of its total land area of 51,000 square miles, about 20 percent of Greece Is comprised of islands such as Kos. 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