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Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal. SALES • SERVICE • RENTALS • PARTS SINCE 1949 Newark, DE 2063 Pulaski Highway Rt. 40 302.365.6000 Delmar, DE 11196 E. Snake Rd. Rt. 13 302.248.7070 Felton, DE 54 Andrews Lake Rd Rt. 13 302.284.0123 STORE HOURS: Mon–Fri: 8am–5pm, Saturday: 8am–Noon ( March - October ) *The above financing programs are offered by Sheffield Financial, a Division of Branch Banking and Trust Company, Member FDIC. Subject to credit approval. Approval, and any rates and terms provided, are based on credit worthiness. Other financing offers are available. See your local dealer for details. Rate advertised is based on minimum bureau risk score of 700. Minimum Amount Financed $1,500; Maximum Amount Financed $50,000. Other qualifications and restric- tions may apply. An origination fee of $50** will be added to the amount financed in the above example. Financing promotions void where prohibited. Offer effective on eligible and qualified units purchased from a participating Sheffield dealer. See dealer for product eligibility and qualifications between 2/1/2017 and 5/31/2017. Offer subject to change without notice. [“E” means estimate.]**For commercial customers, the origination fee is $150. Commercial customers may be offered No Payment for 120 Days. *Example: On a purchase where the Amount Financed is $7,500, your Down Payment is $0 with 42 monthly payments of $314.59 each. Interest rate is 0% [ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE is 0.37% (E)]. 0% FOR 42 MONTHS [0.37% APR*] No Monthly Interest for 42 Payments • On Purchases of $1500 or more on New Toro Outdoor Power Equipment • A major Purchase Plan fee will be charged. • Valid 2/1/2017 through 5/31/2017 112 FRIDAY, APRIL 28 - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 SPORTS & OUTDOORS Cape Gazette By Dave Frederick The weather held off all day, but the rain began to fall as the Sabres from Sts. Peter and Paul in Easton, Md., went to the draw control circle to face Cape at Champions Stadium. The Sabres are not a team to be taken lightly, as they have already risen up and bitten Worcester Prep this season. In 2014, Peter and Paul sur- prised a good Cape team 14-12, and back in April 2009 at Cape, the game ended in a 5-5 tie due to dangerous lightning. Wind-driven northeast rains turned umbrellas upside down, but there was no lightning, just electricity in the Cape sticks. The Vikings sizzled to a 7-0 lead in the first seven minutes of the game and cruised home under a running clock for a 16-4 victory. Cape improved to 7-2 on the season.   Leading the scoring for Cape were Eddy Shoop with four goals, Katie Klabe with three, Lindsay Monigle and Chloe Schaeffer with two goals, and single goals from Mallory Jones, Alia Mar- shall, Victoria Lockwood, Mary Grace Cannon and Kaylie Truitt. Izzy Cryne and Vienna Iacona combined for seven saves. The Vikings outshot the Sabres 23-11. Cape takes down Polytech 14-4 A top-tier matchup in girls’ lacrosse April 26 at Champions Stadium featured Cape Henlopen versus Polytech. The two teams met in the state finals in 2015 and 2016. The game was close, 3-1, well into the the action, but deep in the second half Cape led 14-2, having gone on an 11-1 scoring surge. “We are a second-half team,” said coach Jenna Burkhart, who along with Leigh Rupar is running the show until coach Lindsey Eichner comes off ma- ternity leave just in time for the playoffs. Cape snaps and crackles in 16-4 bad-weather win over Peter and Paul Vikings follow with blowout win over rival Polytech DAVE FREDERICK PHOTO POLYTECH’S GRACE STANG works to clear the ball while guarded by Chloe Schaeffer. Continued on page 114