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Cape Gazette SPORTS & OUTDOORS FRIDAY, MAY 29- MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2015 117 Lax Continued from page 113 Orton and two each for Hank Coveleski and J.C. Ashby;, the lat- ter two were no-starters the first part of the season. In fact, Ashby, a senior, was starting only his second game, and it was the first one in which he didn't come off the field. "To score three in a 9-8 semifi- nal tournament game after mostly not playing feels pretty good," Ashby said afterward, as all the media wanted to talk to him. The Riders got back to even at halftime on goals by Sean Ma- cLeish and Luke Rankin, with Rankin dominating the face-off circle. The second half was heart- palpitating dicey, as the Riders took the lead 6-5 on a goal by Pat Mastko. But the Vikings ran four.,- straight in response on scores by Ashby (left-handed), Orton, Jacob Brown and Brock Maloomian for goal No. 9, which proved to be the game winner. Maloomian, the champion youth golfer turned wrestler and lacrosse player, was asked if he saw the symmetry and irony in burying the winning shot on the same day as the state golf tourna- ment. "Yes, that's pretty cool," he said smiling, making it obvious he never once thought about playing golf on an unsettled Wednesday afternoon. The Riders got back to 9-8 on a pair of back-you-down-and- rip'a-shot-past-your-ear goals from 6-foot-6 attackman Sean MacLeish. Jack Lingo was asked; "Why DFRC Blue Gold didn't they isolate MacLeish ear- lier in the game?" and the coach .AjDStar 5K Run/l M,le Walk responded "I don't know, but I'm . r glad they didn't." CR outshot Cape 30q8. Chris Argo, a senior and first-year start- er, had 10 saves for the Vildngs. Sophomore Tyler Gross had sev- en saves for the Riders. Notes: Cape got great efforts during the game from Jeb Mo- nigle, Sean Lally, A.]. Marshall, Michael Hopkins, Nick Conrad, Tobin Fleming, Erik Stancofsld, Robbie Neall and others. The matchup with Sallies will be played at Caravel Academy, though the time depends on the baseball result May 28. Senior goalie Chris Argo makes one of his 10 saves. Saturday, June 6 8 am " : ~n~g at Irish Eyes- Lewes, DE visit .,~~ 11wmissi~ d DFK is Io emrkh lives of June 22 to 25'h Stenger's Shamrock Cape attack Hank CoveleskJ celebrates a goal. i : Golf Continued from page 116 comparable to Myrtle Beach or Pinehnrst. However, except for nearby Currituck, the other golf a hike from Duck. Playing golf during the busy summer would require a significant commit- ment to travel time each day along the very busy, two-lane Route 12 corridor for the north end of OBX. Rookery to hold ball-fitting event On Wednesday, June 3, the folks at Rookery golf are host- ing the Titleist mobile golf ball-fitting team at the South Course, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. One part of the service involves the use of the TrackMan launch monitor to help with ball selec- tion. A second process uses intensive interviews of players about their playing preferences and other details. Only 23 spots are available, so you need to call ahead for an appointment. Call The Rookery at 302-684-3000 to schedule your session, or go to titleist. com/golf-ball-fitting for more information. Local club competition results The Sussex Pines Ladies 18 Hole Golf Association held its Member/Member Team Match over two days,'separated by a week - May 19 and 26. Sue Brady and Terry Daisy won first place, with JoAnn Foster and Carol MacFawn combining for second. Linda Townsend and JoAnn Zorb won third-place honors. Four contenders for first place forced the use of match of cards to determine the win- ner of the Kings Creek Ladies 9 Hole group in their Low Net match May 26. Sue Eisenbrey won the card match, a fitting present for her birthday. Judi Pezone took second, while Susan Spence hit her tee shot to 28-feet-9-inches to win closest to the hole. I I I I 2016 I'[I (I I I I111 I 302.2 .,a,g WWW.FACTORYltOOPS.COM [! WEl rr [ FOIl HIE Dr'AH.S