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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2 - May 8, 2003 - 115 Above, Cape lacrosse coach Gretchen Wyshock, left, gets a big hug from St. Mark's lacrosse player Jena Boc- cetti April 30 after the Spartans lost 14-9 to the Lady Vikings. Wyshock coached Boccetti when she was in the seventh and eight grades. At right, Sarah Ritthaler cradles a pass as she heads downfield in the victory over St. Mark's Lacrosse Continued from page 114 Daneille Renken fired home goal No. 3 and six as Cape doubled down St. Mark's 6-3 in the early moments of the second half. St. Mark's first half goals were scored by Julia Drewes and anoth- er two by Boccetti. "Sarah White had her best game ever," said Wyshock. "We were ahead the entire game, but without her big saves St. Mark's is right there." Renken scored again followed by goals from Kelsey Spence and Samantha Coveleski as Cape raced to a 9-3 lead with 16 min- utes left to play. Renken, Cov- People Continued from page 114 dog? The greatest of athletic feel- ings is to lay flat then look down at a fit and hurting body that actu- ally belongs to you. Back in 1979 I ran the Lewes Marathon in 3:38 and was near comatose after the race. In the words of Woody Allen, "My mind can never know my body although it has become pretty friendly with my legs." I ate a gallon of peach ice cream and drank ice water from a pitcher while reclined in a lower middle class piece of used furniture snagged from the big trash day pile. And now there is no crossover benefit for tho, aging weight trainer. The only thing lift- ing weights is good for is lifting eleski, and Laura Layton scored late followed by a deuce from Amy Levy as the Vikings secured their biggest ever win over a qual- ity opponent. "This was a great game for the players and coaches," said assis- tant coach Diane Brown. "It seemed like every player had their best game of the season." Some- times lost in the scoring parade is the great job turned in by defend- ers. Jordan Bryan, Shukri Gibbs and Sarah Ritthaler repeatedly ripped balls loose and cleared them into the offensive end of the field. Cape travels to play Sanford on Saturday, May 3, before closing out the regular season at home Wednesday, May 7 against Dover. more weights. I mowed the grass last weekend wearing a weight belt. It's nice to be recognized inside your own place of employment. Last Wednesday I walked into the Cape Henlopen District office where many an upwardly mobile teacher had been absorbed and never seen again and asked the woman behind the glass, "What's my name?" "Your name is Dave Frederick and I don't want to see my name in your column." "No problem, what is your name?" "I'm Patsy Burton." Don't worry Patsy Burton. Your name will never be men- tioned other than to thank you for having a friendly personality and sense of humor. Go on now, git! Cape's Danielle Renken races past Spartans defender Cara Schmidt on her way to scoring a goal in the 14-9 Cape victory. RESTAURANT & BAR Maryland Avenue The Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach, Delaware I 302-227-2093