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128 ,CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 4 - June 10, 2004 Dan Cook photos Above, Cape's Marybeth Betts is safe at third base as Rider shortstop Kelsie Ward waits for the late throw. At right, Staci Warrington recorded her second shutout in a row in state tour- nament action with the 10-0 victory over Caesar Rodney June 2. Final Continued from page 127 "As long as we play hard and loose we are fine," said third base- man Jacki Warren who made big play after big play throwing rock- ets to first base freshman Kristina Lingo who never flinched. "I'm used to it," Lingo said. "All our infielders have real strong arms." Cape got it's "mojo working" in the bottom of the first inning employing its mash offense "sui- cide is painless" on a pair of sui- cide squeeze plays as Lingo laid one down scoring Lisa Williams then later it was Warren squeezing home Lingo. Laura Olenderski fought off a two-strike pitch on an inside/out swing sending a too hot to handle liner away from the right fielder which scored a pair of runs. Olenderski was later out on a close play at the plate on yet an- other suicide squeeze attempt. "Why not keep running the play Warrington Continued from page 127 ble off the bat of Staci Warrington. Cape's final run on a beautiful Saturday morning came in the bottom of the third inning when Laura Olenderski chased home Jacki Warren who had tripled en route to the 4-0 victory over the" upstate Vikings. "I gave the game ball to Mary- beth Betts because she came in to pitch run and scored then got a hit in the seventh inning," said coach Bill Cordrey. "I am inspired by players like her who never com- plain, don't get a lot of time and are there when you need them. Teams win championships." at them until they stop it," said Cordrey. The Vikings scored three more runs in the second inning as Laura Mcllvain led off with a single and pinch runner Marybeth Betts stole of couple of bases putting her on third. Amanda Haxton followed with an RBI infield hit. Lingo laced a hit to right, that was followed by a double steal and RBI hits from Aishia Hollo- man and Warren. The Riders, the defending state champions, looked positively shell shocked. Nikki Rhoades made a great catch in right field and pitcher Staci Warrington grabbed and ball ticketed for a hit as the Vikings threw hot leather at the Rider's of- fense. Cape put up two more runs in the bottom of the third inning as Old ' Golf :'::::: SU00ER Rhoades sent home Olenderski, who had singled, for run number eight then scored on a fielder's choice off the bat of Laura Mclll- vain. Olenderski made the outfield catch of the season in the top off the fourth inning chasing down a gap shot off the bat of senior Rae Everson. "You gotta go hard on every play," she said after the game. "There was no way I was going to play it safe. Nickii (right fielder Rhoades) said she could see it in my eyes." Cape's final run came in the bottom of the fifth inning when Mcllvain chased home Olenderski with the 10th run of the game. The victory put Cape into the state final where it will face No. 1 seed Caravel at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 5, at the Sports at the Beach complex near Georgetown. GET INTO NEWSPAPERS i-X ....... -- .... -I I WET BASEMENTS STINK !I I Mold, mildew and water leaking into your basement causes health ] | and foundation problems. What can be done to fix the problem? Allstate American Waterproofing is an honest, hardworking local | I company. We will give you a FREE evaluation and estimate and a fair price. We have repaired thousands of basements in the area; we | | can provide local references. When your neighbors needed waterproofing they called Allstate American. Why don't you? Call now I | to receive a 20% discount with your FREE ESTIMATE. I CALL 1 800 420 7783 NOWI I Imam Imml raBBI m m m mllllm iiiiiim m mm m lamb m roll Sussex Pines Coun00z Club 2004 MEMBERSHIP DRIVE ENDS JUNE 30 INITIATION FEE Save $4000, Call or details: 856-6283 128 ,CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 4 - June 10, 2004 Dan Cook photos Above, Cape's Marybeth Betts is safe at third base as Rider shortstop Kelsie Ward waits for the late throw. At right, Staci Warrington recorded her second shutout in a row in state tour- nament action with the 10-0 victory over Caesar Rodney June 2. Final Continued from page 127 "As long as we play hard and loose we are fine," said third base- man Jacki Warren who made big play after big play throwing rock- ets to first base freshman Kristina Lingo who never flinched. "I'm used to it," Lingo said. "All our infielders have real strong arms." Cape got it's "mojo working" in the bottom of the first inning employing its mash offense "sui- cide is painless" on a pair of sui- cide squeeze plays as Lingo laid one down scoring Lisa Williams then later it was Warren squeezing home Lingo. Laura Olenderski fought off a two-strike pitch on an inside/out swing sending a too hot to handle liner away from the right fielder which scored a pair of runs. Olenderski was later out on a close play at the plate on yet an- other suicide squeeze attempt. "Why not keep running the play Warrington Continued from page 127 ble off the bat of Staci Warrington. Cape's final run on a beautiful Saturday morning came in the bottom of the third inning when Laura Olenderski chased home Jacki Warren who had tripled en route to the 4-0 victory over the" upstate Vikings. "I gave the game ball to Mary- beth Betts because she came in to pitch run and scored then got a hit in the seventh inning," said coach Bill Cordrey. "I am inspired by players like her who never com- plain, don't get a lot of time and are there when you need them. Teams win championships." at them until they stop it," said Cordrey. The Vikings scored three more runs in the second inning as Laura Mcllvain led off with a single and pinch runner Marybeth Betts stole of couple of bases putting her on third. Amanda Haxton followed with an RBI infield hit. Lingo laced a hit to right, that was followed by a double steal and RBI hits from Aishia Hollo- man and Warren. The Riders, the defending state champions, looked positively shell shocked. Nikki Rhoades made a great catch in right field and pitcher Staci Warrington grabbed and ball ticketed for a hit as the Vikings threw hot leather at the Rider's of- fense. Cape put up two more runs in the bottom of the third inning as Old ' Golf :'::::: SU00ER Rhoades sent home Olenderski, who had singled, for run number eight then scored on a fielder's choice off the bat of Laura Mclll- vain. Olenderski made the outfield catch of the season in the top off the fourth inning chasing down a gap shot off the bat of senior Rae Everson. "You gotta go hard on every play," she said after the game. "There was no way I was going to play it safe. Nickii (right fielder Rhoades) said she could see it in my eyes." Cape's final run came in the bottom of the fifth inning when Mcllvain chased home Olenderski with the 10th run of the game. The victory put Cape into the state final where it will face No. 1 seed Caravel at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 5, at the Sports at the Beach complex near Georgetown. GET INTO NEWSPAPERS i-X ....... -- .... -I I WET BASEMENTS STINK !I I Mold, mildew and water leaking into your basement causes health ] | and foundation problems. What can be done to fix the problem? Allstate American Waterproofing is an honest, hardworking local | I company. We will give you a FREE evaluation and estimate and a fair price. We have repaired thousands of basements in the area; we | | can provide local references. When your neighbors needed waterproofing they called Allstate American. Why don't you? Call now I | to receive a 20% discount with your FREE ESTIMATE. I CALL 1 800 420 7783 NOWI I Imam Imml raBBI m m m mllllm iiiiiim m mm m lamb m roll Sussex Pines Coun00z Club 2004 MEMBERSHIP DRIVE ENDS JUNE 30 INITIATION FEE Save $4000, Call or details: 856-6283