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.~IQ TUESDAY, APRIL 30 - THURSDAY, MAY Z, zo13 gPORTg OUTDOORS Cape Gazette II Riders pound Vikings 13-3 mercy rule with the Riders win- ning 13-3. Constance Wicks and Mary By Dave Frederick hands having to be apart when Haugh homered for the Riders. fredman@capegazette.com the pitcher gets the sign from "No the catcher: There then ensued excuses, they were just Young athletes who are good another game interruption in teeing off on us; they are a good kids don't like getting busted which the count was discussed team," said Cape's Evans, whose bg,an umpire during a game for as a strike was changed to a ball. team fell to 2-5 with the loss. S mething "illegal." It' s unnerv- "Instead of a strikeout to start The Riders, behind pitcher ing for a 14-year-old just trying to an inning, it was a walk," coach Nicole Mendes, improved to 5-5 survive on the pitcher's mound. Jeff Evans said with the win. Cape hosted Caesar RodneyOut of sync and with focus Cape Henlopen took the ferry April 25, and after three innings lost, Cape was pounded for an to Cape May April 27 and defeat- the Riders were ahead 1-0. eight-run inning, and the Riders ed the Caper Tigers U-1 behind The wheels came off the wag- followed with another four-spot Passwaters and Shields. Tiara on in the top of the fourth when in the top of the fifth to lead 13-1. Duffy had a pair of doubles while Riley Shields, who had come on A Marlee McGinness dou- Paige Ludwicki and Sydney Os- troski also doubled. in relief of Hailey Passwaters, ble and Tiara Duffy home run was called for an illegal pitch that helped Cape to a three- run f'ffth Cape will host 0-8 Seaford had something to do with the inning but the game was over by Tuesday, April 30. A RIDERS RUNNER is tagged out 13-3 loss to the Riders April 25. at home by Sydney DAVE FREDERICK PHOTOS Ostroski in the Vikings' CAPE BOYS' LAX TAMES THE WILDCATS 18-6 Todd Keen goes to goal. DAN COOK PHOTOS CAPE MIDDIE TODD KEEN scored five goals and had an assist as the Vikings downed the Wildcats 18-6 April 26 at Delmar, moving their record to 8-3. Junior attackman Luke Benson tallied three goals and dished off six assists. Justin Lopez scored twice and Blake Mann, Matt Kane, Aaron Mattioni and Sean Sheehan each ripped the twine once. Blake Mann had four assists, and Michael Hopkins had three while Todd Keen and Matt Kane each assisted on one score. Cape outshot the Wildcats 31-17 in the contest. Goalie Tony lammatteo had three stops while Chris Argo had one save. Above, Cape middie Matt Kane, coming back from a serious injury, had a goal and assist- ed on a goal in the Vikings' 18-6 win over the Wildcats. Cape attackman Blake Delmar defender. Mann gets whacked by a Cape attackman Michael from ~i Delmar long pole. Hopkins avoids the check Baseball Continued from page 29 Vikings' fielders preserved the shutout and no-hit bid with solid defense when it was needed. Offensively, senior Cody miterchik went 1-for-3 at the i late and scored three runs. Junior Griffin Kammerer was 1-for-2 with an RBI, two runs s 0red and two walks. Senior Adam Marcinizyn was 2-for-4 with two RBIs. The victory was a good bounce-back win from Cape's tough 3-2 extra-inning loss in Lake Forest earlier in the week. However, the Vikings took the ferry across the Delaware Bay for a game against Lower Cape I ay Regional and suffered a 4-0 loss. The Vikings' record is now 6-5 with seven games remaining. Cape will be back home Tues- day, April 30, when the Vikings will host Seaford at 4:15 p.m. Junior Jon Warren lines catch in center field. up a routine SPECIAL OLYMPICS ATHLETES PAT IRELAN PHOTO PRACTICE AT, THE FIRM MEMBERS OF THE DELAWARE SPECIAL OLYMPICS power lifting team met at The Firm Fitness Center in Rehoboth Beach Saturday, April 20, to practice their form and technique before this summer's official competition at the Bob Carpenter Center Saturday; June 8. The Firm manager Kate Baird and power lift- ing coach Hank Stoklosa organized the prac- tice and acted as the official referees for the event. Baird corrected the competitors' feetand hand positions, and Stoklosa concentrat- ed on the accuracy of the lifts. Stoklosa said, "Last year's national championships were very strictly judged and we wanted them to have a chance for improvement." The six power lifters who practiced bench press and dead lifts included Robert Smith, Co- lin Mullen, Mark Jastrevski, John Stoklosa, lan Currie and Dominic Silvestri. Left, power lifter Mark Jastrevski practices his bench press technique under the watchful eye of coach Hank Stoklosa in preparation for this summer's Special Olympics.