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28 TUESDAY, MAY 9 - THURSDAY, MAY 11, 2017 SPORTS & OUTDOORS Cape Gazette By Dave Frederick davefredman@capegazette.com The Padua Pandas soccer team ran their Pandetta Power Game on Cape May 4 at Champions Stadium, beating the Vikings 5-0 with a 31-1 advantage in shots. Cape freshman goalie Lucy Sir- anides stopped 26 shots, which is a single-game school record until some alumna steps from her minivan and claims to have saved more back in her own day. Padua led by just 1-0 at the half on a goal from Emilia Ryjewski. But in the second half, there were four unanswered goals by Ashlee Brentlinger, Lindsay Ma- chamer and two from Arryana Daniels. The Vikings dropped to 7-5 on the season with three games remaining - at home versus Lau- rel and road games at Caesar Rodney and Dover.   Padua, a national power play- er, is now 9-2-1 on the season, but 9-0 versus Delaware teams with a composite score of 38-1. The Pandas tied Kellam High School of Virginia 0-0, and lost to Westminster School of Georgia 4-0 (fifth in the country) and J.L. Mann of South Carolina 4-1 (14th in country). Padua soccer runs Pandetta Power Game on Cape 5-0 Pandas have outscored Delaware foes 38-1 Hannah Bieler and Lindsey Reynolds contest a ball with Padua’s Ashley Brentlinger. ERIC GOOCH PHOTOS DARBY KLOPP is ready for a throw-in during the Vikings’ 5-0 loss to Padua. It’s hard to tell if the ball is coming or going. By Dave Frederick fredman@capegazette.com The Cape boys’ lacrosse team won an important game at Tower Hill 8-4 May 5, behind a hat trick from Patrick Monigle and stellar goaltending from Brendan Kane. Monigle gave the Vikings pop from the top, rolling down from midfield and putting three balls into the net. Cape improved to 9-2 on the season, with both losses coming in low-scoring one-goal games to Appoquinimink 7-6 April 7 and Caesar Rodney 6-5 May 3. The Vikings got a pair of goals from Luke D’Ambrogi and single goals from Jake Brown, Ethan Ghabra and Brock Maloomian. Cape played the game with- out injured long pole Brooks Buck, who’s out with a broken hand, and the Vikings played the second half minus Holden Kammerer, who injured his wrist diving for a loose ball. Kammerer was taken for X-rays, which were inconclusive, and his future sta- tus remains uncertain. Jamie Spruance and Jack Okoniewski each scored two goals for Tower Hill. Goalie Mi- chael Gianforcaro was credited with 12 saves. Tower Hill dropped to 6-4 on the season. Tower Hill ccoach Brad du- Pont was presented with a plaque before the game by Ath- letic Director Jack Holloway noting his 200th career victory in a previous win over Saint Mark’s. DuPont is the only head coach of lacrosse in the history of Tower Hill.   Cape plays at Sussex Tech Wednesday, May 10, then hosts Salesianum Friday, May 12, at 7 p.m. Monigle hat trick lifts Cape past Tower Hill 8-4 Vikings head to Sussex Tech May 12 DAVE FREDERICK PHOTOS HOLDEN KAMMERER wrap checks Jamie Spruance during the Vikings’ 8-4 win over Tower Hill May 5. Brendan Kane makes a save on Will Togo. Patrick Monigle pushes action toward the goal. Liam Zolper and Tim Kelly look for a ground ball af- ter face-off. Jake Brown rips a shot from up top.