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Hitters Continued from page 79 ry. In record time, Regan Derrick- son, 6-3, 6-0; Toan Nguyen, 6-3, 7-6 (7-4); Jeff Nathan, 6-0, 6-1; of the game in the seventh when Jessica Melling drove in Blair Jost, who had got- ten to first on a walk. "We got hits when we needed them," said Running Continued from page 80 Janelle Savage won the three jumps with a season best in the high of 5-2, Danielle Guerin won and the team of John Floyd and coach Bill Dane Baich, 6-0, 6-1, posted their/Cordrey. "I fifth team victory. / talked to our girls before the game and GIRLS TENNIS DOWNS told them this CORDREY the 1,600 meter, while Julie Jack- son won the discus in 104-3 to highlight the Vikings. Lewes boys top Sussex The Lewes boys track team C.R .- The Cape girls tennis, team posted its fifth victory of the sea- son with a win against Caeser Rodney on Saturday, April 25. Wins were posted by Amy Rear- don, 7-6 (7-4), 6-4; the first dou- bles team of Sarah Marshall and Lindsey King, 6-2, 6-3; and the second doubles team of Donna Gruell and Dawn Hyett, 6-4, 6-3. The girls hoped to continue their winning streak against the fifth- ranked Milford team, but lost 5-0. HOME EQUITY LOAN 99O00o APR 1 5-Year Term BASEBALL DROPS FOURTH STRAIGHT - A promising baseball season is fol- lowing a familiar script for Cape Henlopen as the hardballers of Coach Barry Lynch came back from 7-1 only to lose in extra in- nings to Lake Forest, 10-7. The winning run crossed the plate in the top of the eighth inning on a bases-loaded walk. The loss was the fourth in a row for Cape, which has dropped consecutive&apos; games to Caesar Rodney, Sussex Central, Wilmington and Lake Forest. Newly confirmed outfield- er Nick Shaffer continues to have a great season for Cape. Shaffer was on base five consecutive times, including three hits and a pair of walks. Nick also had three stolen bases. LINKSTERS WIN A PAIR- The golf team of coach Steve Wolak raised their season record to 6-3, with a double victory over Seaford and PolyTech at the Re- hoboth Beach Country Club. The team scores were Cape, 172; Poly- Tech, 192; and Seaford, 193. Scott Townsend was DQ'd for playing the wrong ball. "Getting a little pickle aren't they Scott?" Top scorers for Cape were Dan Pretty- man, 39; Adam Talley, 42; Mark Johnson, 45; Bob Croce, 46; and Steve Sponaugle, 53. "Sponau- gle's weightlifting is interfering with his swing," said a concerned Wolak, bringing a smile to the face of football coach Donahue. CAPE SOFTBALL STOPS LAKE FOREST- Riding on pitcher Michelle Manship's 10 strikeouts, the Viking softball squad stopped a confident Lake Forest team 5-1 on Tuesday, April 28. Cape jumped to a 2-0 lead in the first inning when Julie Parseghian hit Manship home and a Kim Smith double scored Parseghian. Cortney Reihm rock- eted a double in the bottom of the sixth to send Jacki Warrington, Smith and Angela Griffith across the plate. Lake scored its sole run team [Lake] is legit. They came in with a 10-2 record today and played with confidence." The win over Lake improved the Vikings' record to 8-4. Last Thursday, April 23, Cape dropped to Central, 7-3, as Betsy Locates gave up only three hits and retired 18 of 19 after the first in- ning. came away from the dirt/sand track of Millsboro with its biggest win of the season, topping Sussex Central Middle by a score of 48- 43, winning seven events to Sus- sex's four in the process. Sprint- er/jumper Mike Blankenship was the high scorer as he continued his fine season by winning three events to score 15 points for the CAPE G, Friday, May I - May 7, 1998 - 81 third time this season. Blanken- ship won the long jump in 16-10, the 400 in 59.5, and the 200 in 25.2. Distance runner Matt Riggin won the 1,600 with a lean at the tape in a new personal best of 5:21.3, while Dwayne Holloman won the 100 in 11.9. Matt Jack- son won the high jump in 5-2, while the 800 relay team of Justin Streett, Adam Wilson, Mike Schneider and Nick Adams won in 1:58.9. Larry Miller took two seconds to compete well, while Colin Ben- son ran 5:40 to turn in his best time in the mile. The Lewes girls came up short against Sussex 34- 57, however were able to win five events and set a new school record. Distance runner Tiffany Melendez was the high scorer with 10 points as she again cap- No closing costs Get this low rate on any loan amount tured the 1,600 by lowering her school record to 6:04.2 and the 800 in a time of 2:49.7. Latoya Snead won the 100 in 13.3, Tony Jones won the 200 in 28.9, and Charlie Tabler won the shot put with 27-5. Lauren Cooper in the 400, Becky Bowen in the 55-me- ter hurdles and Carrie Bennett in the high jump also scored, while Khara Conlon ran her best 800 of the year in 3:06.5. Upcoming Events Saturday, May 9 - YMCA Spring Triathlon. Call Ryan at 227-8018 for details. Sunday, May 10 - Masser 5 Miler at Cape Henlopen High School beginning at 9 a.m. Sunday, May I0 - Seashore Strider "Kid's I Did It Races" at Cape High beginning at 9:05 a.m. Sunday, May 17 - Mike Snell 5K and Walk at Cape High. 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