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114 FRIDAY, MAY 29 - MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2015 SPORTS & OUTDOORS Sarah Tappan shoots and scores one of her five goals in the contest. Alexa Woodruff Ioo~ s for a cutter. Cape Gazett~ cape senior captains Alexa Woodruff and Coryn Cannon. Cape junior Alison Palmer, right, battles for the draw with proudly display the DIAA State Championship trophy. Polytech's Jamie Trabaudo. Taylor Gooch cot ]an Brown on her goal. T2hampions ~ntinued from page 111 know our depth starts to wear teams { own, and we also play fast people on lense." Sarah Tappan scored the first four goals of the game, all on assists from Lexi Woodruff. Senior Jordan Brown also scored a pair. Alison McKay scored three goals in the first half. Still, both goalies, Sam Broad- hurst of Cape and Shannon Stephan of Polytech, finished with double-digit saves, and each had their best game of lae season. "Sam was locked in," Kesmodel said. "To hold that team to just one goal in the second half and six for the game is pretty amazing." Cape defenders Annie Judge and Tay- lor Gooch were fast and furious clearers of the ball the entire game, and each scored a second-half goal - Annie on a free position and Taylor on a coast-to- L ast rip to the high side that brought the crowd and her teammates to their STAIRWAY TO SEVEN 2015 - Cape 16, Polytech 6 2014 - Cape 18, Charter 6 2013 - Cape 12, Tower Hill 10 2012 - Cape 17, St. Andrew's 10 2011 - Cape 12, St. Andrew's 6 2010 - Cape 12, Saint Mark's 7 2009 - Cape 11, St. Andrew's 7 collective feet, Cailey Thornburg finished off the scoring on a feed from Lindsay Monigle. "I need to retire; I was too old a few years ago," Kesmodel said when ques- tioned on his future. You could also question him on the starting lineup three years into the future and pencil that in. Cape has won 84 straight games against Delaware opponents, and that includes 21 straight tournament wins and seven state championships. And the At- ' lantic Lacrosse stable of talent believed to be best players hasn't even reached high school. Bus driver Fred Harvey drove the lucky ber seven bus.