Newspaper Archive of
Cape Gazette
Lewes, Delaware
Jim's Towing Service
April 28, 2017     Cape Gazette
PAGE 109     (109 of 136 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 109     (109 of 136 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 28, 2017

Newspaper Archive of Cape Gazette produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Cape Gazette SPORTS & OUTDOORS FRIDAY, APRIL 28 - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 109 story, ‘From Big East champion (high jump) to pit raker.’” He laughed. Later, Jay Maull had the rake and he wanted the pit to look right. I finally said, “Give it a rest, Jay. It seems like 1978 was yesterday when you quarterbacked Cape in its first- ever state championship game appearance. And now you’re the guy on a mission with a metal rake, a real smooth operator.”  Penn Relays - This is Penn Relays weekend and NFL Draft weekend in Philadelphia. Ear- lier there was the Democratic National Convention and before that the Pope ping-ponged around the city. You know the Pope wanted to run the steps of the art museum and shout, “Yo, Adrian!”    Three’s Company - Enthusi- asm spontaneously combusted in front of my camera April 26, as twice a trio of athletic girls asked me to take their picture. There were Cape tracksters Samantha Wyatt, Maniya Applewhite and Shelby Fry, and later at Champions Stadium it was Poly Panthers Angelina Woolwine, Meadow Beh- ringer and Abby Olshenske. “These kids know you, even if they don’t know you,” said Eric Gooch. Eric told the Poly girls, “You just made his day.” Like the unmade bed of an obsessive compulsive, my day is made and remade all day long.  Snippets - Go Phillies and go Caps, I’m schizophrenic fan. Go on now, git!  Fredman Continued from page 107 Cape track girls (l-r) Samantha Wyatt, Maniya Applewhite and Shelby Fry. Polytech JV lacrosse players (l-r) Angelina Woolwine, Meadow Behringer and Abby Olshenske. By Dan Cook The Cape boys’ lacrosse team hit the Polytech grass field run- ning and didn’t stop until the final whistle sounded, as they rolled over the Panthers 18-4 in Woodside. The Vikings ended the first quarter up 11-0 and went into the halftime break at 14-2. Cape spread the scoring out with Jaycob Trimmer, Luke D'Ambrogi and Jake Brown scor- ing three times. Erik-Stephane Stancofski, Greg Boyce, Ryan Di- acont, and Aarin Burton scored twice, while Timmy Kelley and Holden Kammerer each had a single tally. “We started the game with a lot of intensity,” said Cape coach Mark D’Ambrogi. “The ball movement and unselfishness led to assisted goals.” Boyce and Luke D’Ambrogi led the team with three assists, while Jaycob Trimmer had two. Jake Brown and Aarin Burton each had one helper. Cape took 27 shots in the con- test. The Cape coach was excited about the play at face-off and clearing the ball. “Liam Zolper did a fantastic job on face-offs,” he said. “Dillon [Mocci] and Holden [Kammerer] started off several fast breaks, and when the ball got to the box, the attack shared the ball well.” Zolper won 18 of 24 face-offs. The Vikings goalies, Bren- dan Kane, Ryan Bixler and Sean Griffith, had a total of four saves. The Vikings will host Caesar Rodney in Lewes Wednesday, May 3. Cape boys’ lacrosse cranks the rock in 18-4 win over Polytech Balanced attack leads Vikings’ victory DAN COOK PHOTOS CAPE SOPHOMORE SEAN GRIFFITH makes a save in the Vikings’ 18-4 vic- tory over Polytech. He and his goalmates Brendan Kane and Ryan Bixler made four stops in the contest. Cape junior transfer Ryan Diacont sets up a play from the X. He scored twice in the Vikings’ win. Timmy Kelly shoots and scores for the Vikings. Cape midfielder Brock Maloomian dodges to the goal. Junior middie Jake Brown shoots and scores.