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CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, May 2 - Thursday, May 4, 2006 - 37 'SPORTS (Y00z: OW.['DOORS Cape laxmen make quick work of St. Mark's, 14-6 By Dave Frederick, Cape Gazette staff Saturday, April 29, was a windy day in Lewes and it was draft day in the NFL. St. Mark's was phys- ically taking it to Cape Henlopen leading 1 to 0 on a goal by Derek Sherman, with 8:47 remaining in the f'LrSt half. That's when Cape went red zone on the Spartans as Redmond Killpack scored from in close to tie the game • Red Dog would go on to score four goals in the game while dish- ing off three assists, as Cape raced away from a game tied at 3-3 at halftime, to win going away 14-6. Killpack was joined in scoring by Corey Schab with three, along with Tom Grogan and Mike Shook each scoring a pair while Scott Brozey, Rory Rogan and Bo Pratt each scored single goals. Grogan also contributed four assists while Shook contributed a pair of assists. Franc Cook played the first half in goal and recorded two aves while Joey Tabler rejected 10 shots during the second half of action. The long sticks of Brian Riggin, Alex Albanese and Tom Berl.did a good job keeping the St. Mark's attack away from the goal crease. Continued on pag e 38 ( Tom Grogan battle• a St. Mark's defender in Cape'• 14-6 domination of the Spartans. Grogan scored a pair of goals Dan Cook photos and four assist•. The boys host the Salisbury School Wednesday. May 3, and Brandywine Saturday, May 6. NITY - I live in a world where people do things for each other. It's a place where people do com- munity service without being sen- tenced to it by a court of law. It's a neighborhood filled with com- passion, empathy and a spirit of connectedness. I am the sports guy and the people I cover are more better than worse, richer rather than poorer and live in health to avoid sickness brought on by a sedentary, electric-shop- ping-cart-driving lifestyle. The Race for Autism Sunday morning, April 30, which attracted more than 500 participants along with family and friends, was just fun to cover. I took more than 500 pictures, from people running and walking to yakking and talking. I mean yakking as in "stand back - you'll never see this on a Gatorade commercial." I call road racing elective agony - the longer the race the greater the pain - but it's offset not only by the accomplishment of person- al goals, but for the cause of help- ing kids and families. Then there were Little League OFF THE HOOK Dave Frederick parades in three towns, and God bless the patience of anyone who coaches. I don't care if Dad is the manager and his kid pitches and plays shortstop. My kids had some great coaches in Little League from Lou Rickards and Tom Engel to Wayne Mitchell, Terry Hudson, Chip Davis and Bob Barnes. And how about regular umpires who work behind the plate and don't even have kids in the league? The first year my twins were League, the entire starting infield of older kids were Odyssey of the Mind veteran travelers. I used to joke that with runners on base and a ground ball to the infield no one knew where to throw the ball. I found that funny, but you had bet= ter believe I was staying on the other side of the fence cracking my jokes. I know I don'thave what it takes to coach kids at a developmental level. There are coaches in this com-. munity who coach junior varsity teams and middle school teams who have great players and great records. I'm the sports guy, but I don't get to see many of these contests because I'm busy attend- ing other games. Mariner Middle School girls soccer has put together a winning program behind coaches Terry Suess and Fred "Let's Go Freddie" Best. Parents are send- ing me emails suggesting I get out there to check out a game. I did send Dan Cook, as I was assigned happy hour at Irish Eyes, which has its own unique cast of players who know things they are Dave Frederick photos The Race for Autism Sunday, April 30, drew more than 500-== participants, including a field of young runners, shown here at the start of the Kids Race. required to tell me. That's how I keep current, to use a canal term. REFERENDUM TWO Think you were Little Big Housed by the first referendum? Are you annoyed that a citizens group is suing the Cape district over mis- representation and allocation of funds used to promote a positive outcome? Do you think it's more than a little funny that the word "pizza'? appears in a serious civil lawsuit? This Tuesday, May 9, is a school board election featuring incumbent board president Bob Meade vs. Spencer Brittingham. Most of the people I hear cackling about what's wrong with Cape I never see anywhere supporting Continued on page 38 THE POWER OF COMMU- • brought up to the majors of Little I live m a world where people do things for each other CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, May 2 - Thursday, May 4, 2006 - 37 'SPORTS (Y00z: OW.['DOORS Cape laxmen make quick work of St. Mark's, 14-6 By Dave Frederick, Cape Gazette staff Saturday, April 29, was a windy day in Lewes and it was draft day in the NFL. St. Mark's was phys- ically taking it to Cape Henlopen leading 1 to 0 on a goal by Derek Sherman, with 8:47 remaining in the f'LrSt half. That's when Cape went red zone on the Spartans as Redmond Killpack scored from in close to tie the game • Red Dog would go on to score four goals in the game while dish- ing off three assists, as Cape raced away from a game tied at 3-3 at halftime, to win going away 14-6. Killpack was joined in scoring by Corey Schab with three, along with Tom Grogan and Mike Shook each scoring a pair while Scott Brozey, Rory Rogan and Bo Pratt each scored single goals. Grogan also contributed four assists while Shook contributed a pair of assists. Franc Cook played the first half in goal and recorded two aves while Joey Tabler rejected 10 shots during the second half of action. The long sticks of Brian Riggin, Alex Albanese and Tom Berl.did a good job keeping the St. Mark's attack away from the goal crease. Continued on pag e 38 ( Tom Grogan battle• a St. Mark's defender in Cape'• 14-6 domination of the Spartans. Grogan scored a pair of goals Dan Cook photos and four assist•. The boys host the Salisbury School Wednesday. May 3, and Brandywine Saturday, May 6. NITY - I live in a world where people do things for each other. It's a place where people do com- munity service without being sen- tenced to it by a court of law. It's a neighborhood filled with com- passion, empathy and a spirit of connectedness. I am the sports guy and the people I cover are more better than worse, richer rather than poorer and live in health to avoid sickness brought on by a sedentary, electric-shop- ping-cart-driving lifestyle. The Race for Autism Sunday morning, April 30, which attracted more than 500 participants along with family and friends, was just fun to cover. I took more than 500 pictures, from people running and walking to yakking and talking. I mean yakking as in "stand back - you'll never see this on a Gatorade commercial." I call road racing elective agony - the longer the race the greater the pain - but it's offset not only by the accomplishment of person- al goals, but for the cause of help- ing kids and families. Then there were Little League OFF THE HOOK Dave Frederick parades in three towns, and God bless the patience of anyone who coaches. I don't care if Dad is the manager and his kid pitches and plays shortstop. My kids had some great coaches in Little League from Lou Rickards and Tom Engel to Wayne Mitchell, Terry Hudson, Chip Davis and Bob Barnes. And how about regular umpires who work behind the plate and don't even have kids in the league? The first year my twins were League, the entire starting infield of older kids were Odyssey of the Mind veteran travelers. I used to joke that with runners on base and a ground ball to the infield no one knew where to throw the ball. I found that funny, but you had bet= ter believe I was staying on the other side of the fence cracking my jokes. I know I don'thave what it takes to coach kids at a developmental level. There are coaches in this com-. munity who coach junior varsity teams and middle school teams who have great players and great records. I'm the sports guy, but I don't get to see many of these contests because I'm busy attend- ing other games. Mariner Middle School girls soccer has put together a winning program behind coaches Terry Suess and Fred "Let's Go Freddie" Best. Parents are send- ing me emails suggesting I get out there to check out a game. I did send Dan Cook, as I was assigned happy hour at Irish Eyes, which has its own unique cast of players who know things they are Dave Frederick photos The Race for Autism Sunday, April 30, drew more than 500-== participants, including a field of young runners, shown here at the start of the Kids Race. required to tell me. That's how I keep current, to use a canal term. REFERENDUM TWO Think you were Little Big Housed by the first referendum? Are you annoyed that a citizens group is suing the Cape district over mis- representation and allocation of funds used to promote a positive outcome? Do you think it's more than a little funny that the word "pizza'? appears in a serious civil lawsuit? This Tuesday, May 9, is a school board election featuring incumbent board president Bob Meade vs. Spencer Brittingham. Most of the people I hear cackling about what's wrong with Cape I never see anywhere supporting Continued on page 38 THE POWER OF COMMU- • brought up to the majors of Little I live m a world where people do things for each other