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: Cape Gazette TUESDAY, MAY 3" THURSDAY, MAY $, 2011 23. I well Coached, but we have just goalie Nina Lobovich, but none best teams got to do a better job executing found the back of the net until face and shooting." Anna Frederick cracked the in state Cape led early in the game 4-1 code, going high at the 9:19 mark on'goals from Sarah Young and to give the Vikings a 10-6 lead. By [md cit " Caroline Judge and a 'pair of The Saints responded quickly flgtman@capegazette.com goals from Anna Frederick. on a goal from Margaret Belk at t Meg Bartley, Cape's go-to play, 8:57, cutting the margin back to IDespondency in the face of er on the draw and trigger per- 10-7, but it was Frederick again in lctory is a lumary. Cape closed son on attack, entered the game the final minutes off an assist out St. Andrew's April 29 at Leg- for the furst time at the B-minute from Meg Bartley giving Cape an ends Stadium 11-8 on a warm af- ternoon perfect for girls' lacrosse. Both teams,.considered the best bets to meet in the state championship final, huddled with coaches, then gathered up their sticks and stuE and neither looked happy. Coach PJ. Kesmodel saw his team, two-time defending state champions, lead 9-4 at halft'mae only to go stale in the second lf, missing a bevy of shots making bad decisions and ff krning the ball over. play like thatand we can to anybody," Kesmodel said. "I know they are a good team wi'th a great goalie and they're mark in the fast period and com- 11-7 margin. menced to score, four of Cape's Madison Beres scored in the fi- next five goals, the other coming hal minute for the final score of off a Bartley assist to Caroline 11-8. Judge as Cape led 9-4 at the end "We learned we have what it of the fast period, takes to come back against a The Saints were paced in the great team like Cape, and hope. first half on goals by Alyse Saliba fully we'll get to play each other 2, Madison Beres and Grace Sali- again in the tournament," said ba. Grace Saliba of St. Andrew's. The Saints, knowing they The Vikings were paced in would have to outscore Cape by scoring by Bartley and Frederick six goals ov6r 25 minutes to win with 4 goals each, along with thegameo lifted off quickly in the Caroline Judge 2 and Sarah second half ongoals by Grace Young. Saliba and Madison Beres and Assists were Meg Bartley 3, trailed 9-6 with 2146 left on the Caroline Judge and Sarah Young. clock. Cape commenced to Goals for St. Andrew's were throw a voUey of shots at junior Madison Beres 3, Grace Saliba KATIE YEAGER CARRIES Andrew's. DAN COOK PHOTO the ball through the midfield during Cape's win over St. and Alyse Saliba each with 2, and Force at 4 p.m., Friday, May 6. Margaret Belk 1. Charter is 7-1 on the season and Cape outshot the Saints 26-15. expected to be 9-1when the team Nina Lobovich was credited with faces Cape. 11 saves while Gina Voss had 3. St. Anckew's will play at Tower ,, Cape next plays at the Charter Hill Tuesday, May 3. ave you ever looked at a really cool gift given to an 8-year old and wished it was yours? Last Friday after the Cape girls' lacrosse game against DAVE FREDERICK PHOTOS CAROLINE MAULL is a happy kid holding her newly autographed lacrosse stick. Sheryl Burris and her son Zach stand in the Cape dugout during the playing of the national anthem. SUBMITTED PHOTO Cape girls' track team members (I-r) Hannah Pepper, Ali Coning, Tyra Weathefly and Shanel Dickens sit in front of Ben Franklin with their Penn Relays wheel after winning theirr sectionof the 4-by-4OO-meter relay. ~.'-, Wednesday, May 4, at Legends for auction and put their tickets 100 finished second in that sec- fUllekrCester, young Caroline Stadium is Brian Tappan Day as in the holders for the items they tion, running Kadijah Doughty stood next to her father Caesar Rodney comes to town would like. 12.9, Ahkeesha Duffs. 12.8, and patiently waited for to play the Vikings boys' Snipl tS - Members of the Weatherly 12.4 ar :Pepper 12.0 team members to sign her lacrosse team with junior varsity Cape boys' track team competed for 50.28. - action beginning at5 pan., fol- at the Unionville, Pa. track invi- l c sse stick. I recently ran apicture in the -Caroline waspart of the At- lowed by the varsity game. This rational April 30. Dre Miller won Gazette of Chfis Miller walk- lantic Lacrosse Easter egg hunt, and maybe her egg was plastic and thesalt kept sliding off, but ide was her list of presents, included watching the game from the sidelines with the team. High school athletes are heroes and stars to young kids and in some cases to grandfa- fundraiser is for Brian Tappan, his No. 33 retired by the team, with proceeds helping to defray .all the expenses incurred as a re- .suit of an ATV accident that left Brian paralyzed from the waist down. Beyond that, Brian is a super kid, always was top shelf the 300-meter hurdles in 42.0 while Paris White won the triple jump at 45-feet-8-inches and was second in the long 'np at 22- feet-3 as well as second in the high jump at 6-feet-0. The 4-by- 400-meter relay team of George Tunnell, Maurice Mills, Miller ing with her brother Reggie at the Autism walk/rim but I iden- tiffed Christina a her morn Janie, and I'm sure no woman wants to be misidentified as her mother. Janie is ageless and the good news is Christina will also be ageless, but I'm stuck on this and has a family who wishes it and Alec Faust placed fifth in a wheel of misfortune and need to airs as well. didn't need our help; unfortu- time of 3"37. jump off. The PhiUies' bats were so caught a picture of Cap nately, being injured is stupid ex- On April 28, the Cape girls pretty much dead for the entire t iner Sheryl Burris and her son " pensive. There will be T-s firts won their section of the 4-by- 14 innings in a 2q loss to the Z ch standing in the Capesold, great food and a Chinese 400-meter relay at the Penn Re- Mets May 1, while Osama Bin gout during the playing of the auction, and somewhere in there lays for thethird year in a row Laden was only dead for extra r tti0nal anthem prior to the 7 is a joke for me to avoid. By the with a time of 4:05.4. Splits were innings. '/ p.m. game versus Sussex Tech at way, a Chinese auction is an auc- Hannah Pepper 59.8, All Coning If you know PhiUy, you know Sports at the Beach. tion in which people purchase 60.9, Trya Weatherly 62.8, and it will always be the Osama BrianTappan Day- Don't forget tickets, then browse the items up Shanel Dickens 60.9. The 4-by- game. I didn't react much to the news as I was convinced the craggy-looking goat shepherd was plowed under years ago. Just keep your head on a swivel and eyeballs stereoscopic be- cause we are all soft targets. "' Cape needs to bring back the end of the year All-Sports Ban- quet and make it a dress-up, fast-class celebration in which all 23 head coaches do not get to talk. Bring in a big-time guest speaker, but like me, he or she should work for flowers. Thanks Meg Bartley, Cape's flower child, and basketball boosters for the .. opportunity to speak at your banquet. I told them as I prayed for a win in the state final, "It , was all about me and I am all about you and we are all about each Other. That is what makes Cape a truly great community of" people. It's how we roll." Go on now, gift