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Cape Gazctl Sports & C)utdoors TUESDAY, MAY 2S - Y, MAY 27, 20 19 Girls and boys lax teams punch tickets to the semifinals Easy victories for Viking lax teams By Da r.mdeddt fredma n@capegazette.com A large Saturday crowd watched a pair of easy victories for the Cape Henlopen girls and boys lacrosse teams as both pro- grams punched a ticket into the semifinal round of the state tour-, nament, and each will draw Tow- er Hill as an opponent. Cape's 16-3 win over visiting Middletown was dominating as the V'dngs outshot the Cavalk 30q2 and put eight different play- ers in the scoring colun Cape was pace0 by Meg art- ley 4, Caroline Judge 3, lacki Cov- eleski 3, Alec Perry 2 and single tallies from Manta Johnson, Erin Ricker, Anna Frederick and Sarah Young Brittany lett with 2 and Kristin Rossi scored for Middletown. Meg Bartlcy 2, lacki CovelesH 2, Sarah Young and Alec Perry had amist "I can ten you there is no over- confidence on this team and no fear of playing anyone either," said coach P.J.  acer the game. "rhe kinds of athletes we have are so competieve, they are going to battle on the field every second they are out there_ We ex- pect a great game from Tower Hil they are a very gxl tean" The 16-0 Vikings play the Hillers, 10-4, at 6 pan. Tuesday, May 25, at Dover High SchooL Cape's game will be followed by the 13-2 St. Mark's versus 11-3 St. Andrew's contest. DAN COOK PHOTOS PE FRESHMAN SARA Young dodges Cavalier defender Alicia Rojas in the V'ddngs' 16-3 win over Middletown. Cape senkx attackn Dan Steele  around the check of Concord defender Kevin eud0ett in the V'ddngs' win over the Raide He ain't heavy; he's my turl le A three-legged dog limps into a Wyoming cowboy bar. "Can I help you. v' asked the bartender. 'Tm looking for the man who shot my paw; the dog says. Last Saturday morning cov- ering the Diamondback Dash at Indian River on the marina side of the road, I was tracking the movements of the turtle mascot; who in my opinion was way too chummy with a very young blond girL I thought to myself, "How lame," to rock a mascot outfit just to get close to pretty girls. And so when I had a chance I asked the girl "Do you know that turtle from a previous life?" "Yes, it's my dad," she said, with a tone only a high school girl can use when outing her father as a reptilian mascot. Eric BuehL who works for the Center for the Inland Bays, is pictured with his daughter Katie, who is a stu- dent at Easton High School in Maryland. I told them my idea for a caption, "That's no turtle - Noah Beery Jr. that's my dad." The turtle laughed, which they rarely do. NRI MAN - I was looking for the Diamondback Dash race last That's no turtle; that's my dad. Eric and Katie Buehl. Saturday morning down to Indi- an River and rolled into the south side and wrong side park- ing lot for an unplanned "Where's the race" conversation with Booth Man. "There's a race around here somewhere?" I in- quired. The likely retired some years earlier working in a booth Cape Gazctl Sports & C)utdoors TUESDAY, MAY 2S - Y, MAY 27, 20 19 Girls and boys lax teams punch tickets to the semifinals Easy victories for Viking lax teams By Da r.mdeddt fredma n@capegazette.com A large Saturday crowd watched a pair of easy victories for the Cape Henlopen girls and boys lacrosse teams as both pro- grams punched a ticket into the semifinal round of the state tour-, nament, and each will draw Tow- er Hill as an opponent. Cape's 16-3 win over visiting Middletown was dominating as the V'dngs outshot the Cavalk 30q2 and put eight different play- ers in the scoring colun Cape was pace0 by Meg art- ley 4, Caroline Judge 3, lacki Cov- eleski 3, Alec Perry 2 and single tallies from Manta Johnson, Erin Ricker, Anna Frederick and Sarah Young Brittany lett with 2 and Kristin Rossi scored for Middletown. Meg Bartlcy 2, lacki CovelesH 2, Sarah Young and Alec Perry had amist "I can ten you there is no over- confidence on this team and no fear of playing anyone either," said coach P.J.  acer the game. "rhe kinds of athletes we have are so competieve, they are going to battle on the field every second they are out there_ We ex- pect a great game from Tower Hil they are a very gxl tean" The 16-0 Vikings play the Hillers, 10-4, at 6 pan. Tuesday, May 25, at Dover High SchooL Cape's game will be followed by the 13-2 St. Mark's versus 11-3 St. Andrew's contest. DAN COOK PHOTOS PE FRESHMAN SARA Young dodges Cavalier defender Alicia Rojas in the V'ddngs' 16-3 win over Middletown. Cape senkx attackn Dan Steele  around the check of Concord defender Kevin eud0ett in the V'ddngs' win over the Raide He ain't heavy; he's my turl le A three-legged dog limps into a Wyoming cowboy bar. "Can I help you. v' asked the bartender. 'Tm looking for the man who shot my paw; the dog says. Last Saturday morning cov- ering the Diamondback Dash at Indian River on the marina side of the road, I was tracking the movements of the turtle mascot; who in my opinion was way too chummy with a very young blond girL I thought to myself, "How lame," to rock a mascot outfit just to get close to pretty girls. And so when I had a chance I asked the girl "Do you know that turtle from a previous life?" "Yes, it's my dad," she said, with a tone only a high school girl can use when outing her father as a reptilian mascot. Eric BuehL who works for the Center for the Inland Bays, is pictured with his daughter Katie, who is a stu- dent at Easton High School in Maryland. I told them my idea for a caption, "That's no turtle - Noah Beery Jr. that's my dad." The turtle laughed, which they rarely do. NRI MAN - I was looking for the Diamondback Dash race last That's no turtle; that's my dad. Eric and Katie Buehl. Saturday morning down to Indi- an River and rolled into the south side and wrong side park- ing lot for an unplanned "Where's the race" conversation with Booth Man. "There's a race around here somewhere?" I in- quired. The likely retired some years earlier working in a booth