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Cape Gazette SPORTS & OUTDOORS FRIDAY, APRIL 19 - MONDAY, APRIL 22, 2013 103 BEACON AND MARINER THE BEACON AND MARINER middle schools met in their annual baseball and softball rival- ry at Cape Henlopen High School April 10. When the dust cleared, Mariner took softball honors 8-7 while Beacon had a 12-8 baseball win. Mariner pitcher Hannah Betts went the distance for the Mariner Lady Vikings, striking out seven and walking only two. Jordyn Vird- en pitched six innings [or the Beacon Vikings, striking out eight Mariner batters. The Mariner girls were down 7-6 in the bot- tom of the seventh inning when Kaeli O'Neill drove in Madison Shatzer to tie it at sev- en. Kaela Saez then drove in O'Neill to win the game. Beacon's Destiny Thompson went 3-for-4 at the plate with two triples; Jordyn Virden went 3-for-4 and Shannon Lord went 2-for-4. With the Mariner boys up 8-4 after three innings, Beacon rallied to take a 12-8 victo- ry. Beacon's Will Geppert had a triple in the win while pitcher David Erickson was credited with the victory in relief of Zack Gelof. Mariner's Noah Piper slugged a two-RBI double while Jake Siranides was 1-for-1 with three walks. Top center, Mariner's Kaisey Reed slides safely into home under the attempted tag of Beacon pitcher Jordyn Virden. Mariner took an 8-7 victory in the yearly meeting of the Cape middle schools. MEET ON DIAMONDS AT CHHS DAN COOK PHOTOSMariner's Jason Saldana slams a shot into the outfield. Beacon's Destiny Thompson gets a put out at Mariner pitcher Hannah Betts went the distance striking out seven Beacon starting pitcher Zach Gelof delivers to the plate. For more photos of first, while walking only two. both games, go to ATLANTIC BATTLES BEACH LACROSSE ON HUDSON FIELDS DAVE FREDERICK PHOTOS A BUNCH OF GOOD PLAYERS on the girls' U15 Atlantic Lacrosse team battled a talented Beach squad April 6 morning at Hudson Fields. Atlan- tic pulled off the upset when Korrinne Lemaire scored in the final sec. onds. Goalies lseabal Cryne of Atlantic and Rache Florek of Beach both had outstanding games, stopping numerous shots. There were boys' and girls' age-group games on every field, and most of those players were on again Sunday, traveling to Berlin, Md., for a tour- nament with each team playing two games. Katie Klabe throws a shot on Rachel Florek. i Atlantic and Beach players battle it out. At right, Atlantic No. 40 Cailey Thornburg goes high for draw control. Annie Judge, NO. 10, and through midfield. Katie Frederick, No, 17, sprint