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Quick Hitters By Dave Frederick CAPE LACROSSE STEAM- ROLLS THREE MORE VIC- TIMS - "We're in a position to 'run the table,'" said Cape lacrosse coach Steve Aubrey. It's been a great season. No Cape team has gone through the regular schedule without a loss, but in the state playoffs it all begins from scratch. Teams with the best chance to derail the Cape lacrosse express are Tatnall, Caesar Rod- ney and Friends. Monday, April 27, Cape traveled to the north country where they blitzed Brandywine 17-3. Cape was led in ' scoring by Scott Steele; 5; Bill Lingo, 4; David Steele, 3; Josh Wyatt, 2; and single goals by Der- rick Quillen, Malek Lopez and Jamie Pratt. Last Saturday, April 25, Wilmington Friends put up a good fight ("They really weren't too bad," said Lingo) before los- ing 11-3. Goal scorers were Scott Steele, 4; Bill Lingo, 3; Josh Wy- att, 3; and Matt Martin. The Vikings are now 14-0 on the sea- son. Cape has improved vastly in the midfield with unsung players Jimmy Carpenter, Josh Lowe, Lopez, Martin, David Steele, Jamie Pratt and Kyle Archer. Billy "The Wall" Brennan continues to Here are some of the play- ers for the Atlantic Lacrosse Club. In back are (l-r) Tim Storck and Kevin Lambros. In front are (l-r) Brandt Aubrey and Jesse Billings. come up big in the goal cage with relief appearances from Chris "Jeans" Keller. The team also an- nihilated Glasgow, 20-0. YOUNG GUNS - The fire down below is the success formu- la for all consistently powerful high school athletic programs. The Atlantic Lacrosse Club, coached and administered by Tony Pratt, Steve Spence, Mark D'Ambrogi and Harry Storck, has unearthed a wealth of young ath- letic talent and put lacrosse sticks in their hands. The program boasts big numbers, with 25 kids in the 12-and-under program and 15 on the 14-and-under team. "We work two days a week on fundamentals like using both hands, how to cra- dle the ball and picking up ground balls," said Pratt. "Looking down the line I think we're looking at years of success at the high school level." Both teams are 3-0, having played Sunday afternon games against Camden, Middletown and Newark. The teams will host the Camden clubs this Sunday after- noon on the Cape Henlopen varsi- ty practice field. The season cul- minates with a Memorial Day tournament at the University of Delaware. "We're working to pro- vide year-round opportunities for out lacrosse players," said Pratt. Twelve-and-under players Brant Aubrey, Kevin Lambros, Tim Storck and Jesse Billings will play on a Delaware all-star team this summer that will be part of a World Games Festival held in Baltimore. CAPE TENNIS WINS TWO IN ROW - The Cape boys tennis team is back on track, posting two back-to-back victories. In an un- scheduled match on Monday, April 27, the Vikings defeated Caeser Rodney, 4-1. Wins were posted by Regan Derrickson 6-2, 6-1; Toan Nguyen 6-3, 6-4; the first doubles team of Dane Balch and Marco Kaye, 1-6, 7-6, (7-5), 6-2; and the second doubles team of John Lynch and Raoul Suka- mar, 6-2, 7-6 (7-3). The boys next traveled to Milford where they cruised to their second 4-1 victo- Continued on page 81 Junior Walk Bags in 3 Styles $39.95  Jtgi.9; Bags Adams Tight Lies , LARGE SELECTION OF NEW TAYLOR MADE TI BUBBLE II CLUBS- LADIES AND MENS ECHELON IRONS - COPPER/TUNGSTEN TITANIUM 3-SW WITH GOLF BAG. REG.$1200. SALE $900. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May I May 7, 1998 - 79 Choose 1/2 gallon car wash concentrate or 32 oz. Bleche-Wite wall tire cleaner. 86192,82543 Weed Control Preen or Preen 'n Green Safely prevent weeds and promote growth. Choose 79?  i 75444,45Preen r Preen 'n Green" Greenlawn Poly Sprayer ,, Durable tank with 16 flexible 12 ""'Mii 1 h97 wand. 1 1/2 gal. operating capacity. 7006570  I iIJ r BRAND 44 Super Flexible Kink Free Hose Kink it, twist it, bend it... water always flows. Drinking-water s7af:(iHeavy-duty machined brass couplings. 5/8"x50' y II ] FIVE POINTS Mon. - Sat. 7 am - 9 pm NASSAU Sun. 8 am - 6 pm 645-6651