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Cape Gazette SPORTS & OUTDOORS TUESDAY, APRIL 30 - THURSDAY, MAY 2, 2013 31 CAPE GIRLS' SOCCER TIES BUCS 2-2 DAN COOK PHOTOS CAPE'S STEPHANIE MENDEZ and Destany Woodward each scored in the first half as the Vikings' soccer team tied host Milford 2-2 April 25. Cape took 16 shots in the contest while the Bucs tallied 9. Vikings goalkeeper Olivia Baratto stopped 6 Milford shots. Cape moves to 6-2-1 on the season. - Above, Cape's Stephanie Mendez heads the ball away from Bucs midfielder Angela Gleysteen in the 2-2 Vikings tie with Milford. Cape midfielder Mallory McDonald controls the ball from Milford's Janin Rodriguez-Iopez. Cape's Taylor Hardy clears the ball past Milford's Rebekah Yanacek. RIP TIDE INSTRUCTOR SHAWN BODIO PLACES THIRD AT PAN AMS SUBMITTED PHOTO THE PAN AMS is the largest Brazilian jiu jitsu tournament in the world, with 1,700 to 1,800 competitors in total. Even the World Championships don't have as many competitors, and as a result/the Pan Ares have been spread out to a five-day-long event with each day having 10 to 12 hours of active mats. It started March 20 and finished March 24. Head instructor Shawn Bodio of Rip Tide Martial Arts competed and earned a third-place finish, "That was the largest bracket I have experienced to date," he said. "And as Brazilian jiu jitsu grows, it will just keep getting bigger." Assistant instructor Dalton Tyndall also competed and had an impres- sive performance. Bodio said, "Dalton was following his game plan to the letter and did a fantastic job." Bodio is shown with his Pan Am third-place medal. "Are you talking to me?" Kids in combat are just funny. Fredman Continued from page 29 Forest Tuesday, April 30, then hosts 2-6-1 Delmar Thursday, May 2. A soccer showdown at Legends Stadium is set for Tuesday, May 7, as Cape hosts 7-1 Sussex Tech. I strafed Atlantic Lacrosse last Saturday morning with my big old camera rig intent on watching my grandchil- dren Mikey Ull and Katie U15 play and circled other fields as well to take photos of kids not related to me. That scene is screaming with talented kids; not all head toward Cape, but most of them do. I post all this to Facebook albums hoping par- ents will identify their kids or tag them, whatever that means. Cape boys' lacrosse plays Polytech, 9-2, at 6 p.m,, Wednesday, May 1. The Pan- thers are for real - a tough out - and capable of ruining Cape's day. Travel baseball and softball are alive as teams are playingin weekend tournaments. Athletes are permitted to play school and travel simultaneously but allegiance is first to the school side team, so says the DIAA handbook. Just remember, no overuse syndrome injuries - stay healthy, my friends. Go on now, git!