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'TUESDAY, MAY 20 - THURSDAY, MAY 22, 2014 SPORTS & OUTDOORS Cape Gazette i Cape baseball falls 13-6 to Spartans comeback L! !;:ii i!il Vikings end regular season 7-11 By Dave Frederick The Cape Henlopen baseball team finished its season with a "close, but no cigar" loss to St. Mark's, a game in which the Vi- kings led 5-0 going into the third inning but eventually lost 13-6 to the top-ranked Spartans. The Spartans offense came alive in the sixth inning when they put up five runs to take the lead, then racked up six more in seventh. The Vikings added one run in the seventh, but it was too little, too late as they fell to 7-11 on the season. Vikings junior catcher David Kwan led the squad as he slugged two doubles and knocked in three runs for Cape. Pitchers Alec McCoy and Kai Vitella teamed to allow the Spar- tans 13 hits in the game. Dominic DiSabatino led the Spartans with three hits and three RBIs. Calvin Scott, Tommy Freeland, ]on Mathers, and Pete Berardi each had two hits for St. Mark's. The game finished the Cape careers for seniors Griffin Kammerer, D.D. Gooch, Zack Stevenson, ]on ]on Warren and Austin Brooks. DAN COOK PHOTOS THE CAPE HENLOPEN BASEBALL Class of 2014 includes (l-r) D.D. Gooch, Zack Stevenson, Austin Brooks, Griffin Kammerer and Jon Jon Warren, who played their last game May 17 on Chris Short Field. i il i St. Mark's infielder Thomas Freeland puts the tag on Cape's David Kennedy as Cape starter Alec McCoy delivers to he dives back to first, the plate. Hunter Engel slams a single. Fredman Continued from page 28 old coaches who sat under the official finish line canopy and didn't move for the next seven hours. I'|l stand at the finish line of a 5K for an hour; then I'm" moving like Oil Can Boyd to the bullpen. Snippets - I have blood in the game with Cape girls' lacrosse; I'm wearing my Temple shirt and going into the battle with an athlete's mentality, not like se nervous grandfather - no one needs that guy. The Cape girls play Ursuline at 7 p.m., Tuesday, May 20. The survivor plays the winner of Charter at Archmere Thursday, May 22. Lorin Donovan is a freshman starting defender for the Auks. Lorin is the daughter of Keith and Lisa Millman Donovan. Pat Donovan is the grandmom - all Lewes knows her - at all games, and I am strongly rooting for her team to place second. That was a joke. I would never wish anything but the best for the Donovan and Millman clans and I won't pray, causing God to look sideways with, "What do you want me to do, throw a girls' lacrosse game your way?" Go on now, git! CAPE'S BIG THREE PLAY TOGETHER, SIGN TOGETHER The Cape baseball season ended in a cloud of dust at home plate. DAVE FREDERICK PHOTO 'CAPE SENIORS JON WARREN AND TONEY FLOYD have signed letters of intent to attend Harford Communi- ty College in Bel Air, Md. starting in fall 2014. "Harford is a well-respected Division I JUDCO college where they will get plenty of exposure," said Cape bas- ketball coach Steve Re. Tyreik Burton will attend Thiel College, a Division III school in northwestern Pennsylvania. The Tomcats of Thiel finished last season 10-13. They play in the tough Pennsylvania Athletic Conference. Attending the signings are in back (I-r) Cape basketball assistant coach Tom Rushin, head coach Steve Re, Cape Crusaders founder and coach Tom Pederson and Cape Athletic Director Bob Cilento. In front are Floyd, Burton and Warren.