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CAPE GAZE'IE, 21 - April 27, 2000 - 101 S ORTS ,',8 OUTDOORS Lady Vikings ignite 00ffense, roll past Laurel, Polytech Cape sophomore Katie Couchman slides safely into third base in an 11-3 win over Laurel on April 15. By Susan Frederick Cape softball cruised to a 12-2 victory over Polytech on Monday afternoon, April 17, as Bill Cor- drey's Vikings remain in the thick of battle in a talented Henlopen Conference and look to a sched- ule loaded with the best of New Castle County later in the season. "We're at the midway point in the season. We've had a good start. What we have to do is beat the teams that we should beat and play to get some wins from some of the toughest ones." Junior pitcher Maggie Lingo, now at 7-2 on the season, fanned nine Polytech players in Mon- day's game and walked only one. "When you've got an excellent pitcher, you've got an excellent chance. We've also got as strong a defense as anybody in the con- ference. Our fielding has been great this year," said Cordrey. Up 2-0 after one inning, the Viking bats sizzled for six runs in the second led by catcher Julie Parseghian's home run and dou- bles by short stop Amanda War- ringto n and Lingo. "Our offensive philosophy is to make good teams with good pitchers handle the ball. We've Dan Cook photos Cape's Julie Parseghian strokes the first of two home runs that helped propel the Viking softball team past Polytech, 12- 2, on Monday, April 17. got to put the ball in play and not strike out," said Cordrey. "Any time you can do that, you've got a chance to manufacture some runs." The Panthers' single hit came when catcher Christy Vodvarka sent Lingo's first pitch back over the center field fence for a two- run homer in the top of the third inning. Katie Couchman and Jenna Pavlik crossed the plate in the third and fourth to put the Vikings up 10-2 at the top of the fifth in- Continued on page 103 When I be messin' up, nobody take,it lyin' down BLURRED EYES BLUE - :' ' rifl'with the:Funsters Saturday honor society?" : Ravens don't understand the con- Here's a multiple choice sports question for you. You walk past the Cape Henlopen home bleach- ers during a football, basketball or lacrosse game and what's the one voice you're most likely to hear? A. Suellen Skeen. B. Ron Bur- rows. C. Juice Wiltbank. D. Bruce Vavala. Answer - D. Juice doesn't follow lacrosse! Write your own joke for A and B. And so last week I messed up twice on the same athlete, Joey Vavala. I could lie and say I just wanted to get a rise out of Bruce, which. would be like boosting the volume on a Metallica CD. Joey Vavala scored three goals in a re- cent victory VAVALA over Sanford. Without wearing my reading glasses that translated into one goal. And I got Joey again by a mistranscription of my own notes in the 16-2 victory over PEOPLE IN SPORTS Dave Frederick Caesar R0dney. I credited all goals by a guy named Joey to my pal Joey Cahill. I be messin' up' big time because one of the goals came from Joey Vavala. Did Big Daddy Bruce take all this s,ddy reporting lying down? H e&.' Nobody can yell that Ioudi'i)v night on the rock and roll classic "Got A Line on You Babe." Greg is the hands down winner of the most unselfish musician award, always doing whatever it takes to make any'band better. But how come 1 didn't get no tax refund? When I d:ated I always got mon- ey back! CAPE CONNECTION - Vir- ginia Wesleyan defeated ROanoke last Saturday ll=lO as the Lingo brothers, Bill (3) and Jack (2) ac- counted for five of the VWU goals scored. And former Cape Henlopen goalie Jeff Trench recorded 18 saves. No word on actually where he records them but one would guess in a small notebook. SET PRIORITIES! - Little League season opens the end of this month, which means that their back. Again, write your own somet4ines dueto circumstances joke. "Get off! Get off!" '"::,:totaliy' under adult control, games run past 10 p.m. on a school night. I GOT A LINE ON YOU "Did you say a school night? BABEl - Hat's off to guitarist/ac- Will this adversely effect John- countant Greg Mack for his guitar ny's quest to be inducted into the "Heck no, mom! Not if he cept of "substance free." Imagine paints the fence between innings taking a drink and having it cost and gets ice for people'S coolers." you $3 million. And you thought And please, for you nonathletic the Dot.com new rich lost a pile of parents, I strongly advise you not money! My late mother, Dorothy, to send your kid to tryouts with a had the greatest family nickname. glove flatter than a steam-rolled Dot Dash. After my seventh O"- cat. And just remember this: The Doul's last Saturday night I made manager's kid pitches and plays a comment to my friend Brian shortstop along' with the kid Martin. whose foot lies.h,avy on the mat- : J"I think God invented alcohol uration accel). And if you because people got sick and tired chase loose b'.Sou get a free of feeling so good." Coke, but that ehiih ges as you get Brian responded with a better older. Then if you chase foul balls answer: "God invented alcohol so the league officials chase you be- Irish people wouldn't take over cause they assume you're stealing the world." it RAINMAN - "Runners take SUBSTANCE FREE - When your mark! Take your mark!. you read this column my 45 days Take your mark! Four minutes to straight up substance free will get set! Take your mark..." have crashed on the rocks. I Last Saturday I got to play would like to say it's been fun, but starter in the rain for three hours at it hasn't, the .annual runniiig of the Cape My 50-year-old peer grouptells Henlopen Co-ed Relays, the me that I've been boring and I re- brainchild of coach George Pep- torted to them, "Yeah, how would per, and I use the term loosely. you guys know?" Too bad Josh The Co-ed Relays are a "just for Evans of the Tennessee Titans and kids" event and all the athletes Larry Webster of the Baltimore Continued on page 102