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~12 TUESDAY, JUNE 7 - THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2011 'SPORTS & OUTDOORS Cape Gazette Meg Bartley was selected Player of the. Year and coach RJ. KesmOdel garnered Coach of the Year honors for the three- time defending state champion girls' lacrosse team. The All-State teams for boys and girls were announced June 2.. Caroline Judge, midfielder, and Anna Frederick, attack, joined Bartley on the first team. Jacki Coveleski and Sarah Young were selected to the second team as mid- fielders. The Cape Henlopen boys' lacrosse team placed goalie James Cook on the first team, along with Andrew Scrutchfield on attack and Matt Millman at midfield. Jerome Johnson, midfield, and Andr~ Fonville, defense, were chosen to the third team. Sam Mohr received honorable men- "~-~;lon as a midfield specialist. The entire roster for the girls' all-state lacrosse team includes: Flrst team - Nina Labovich, GK, jr., St. Andrew's; Meg Bartley, attack, st., Cape Henlopen; Kali DiGate, attack, st., Tower Hill; Anna Frederick, attack, soph., Cape Henlopen; Rebekah Kirkley, attack, sr., Brandywine; Elyse Andrews, midfield, jr., Archmere; Madison Beres, midfield, sr., St. Andrew's; Maxine Fluharty, midfield, sr., Sussex Tech; Caroline Judge, midfield, sr., Cape Henlopen; Austin Noonan, midfield, st., Ursuline; Haley Schweizer, midfield, soph, St. Mark's; Alexandra Beatson, defense, jr., Archmere; Mackenzie Peet, defense, sr., St. Andrew's; Taryn Schweizer, defense, jr., St Mark's; Taylor Van Sickle, defense, sr., Tower Hill. Second team members are Amanda Cathcart, GK, st., Concord; Kellen Cannon, attack, soph., Sussex Tech; Hannah Cowan, attack, jr., Ursuline; Megan Meluskey, attack, sr., Concord; Marjani Saunders, attack, sr., A.I. du Pont; Jenna Chodos, mid- field, soph., Tower Hill; Jacki Coveleski, mid- field, jr., Cape Henlopen; Leigh Kaminski, midfield, sr., Charter; Taylor Kolle, midfield, st., St. Mark's; Grace Saliba, midfield, jr., St. Andrew's; Sara Youn& midfield, soph., Cape Henlopen; Liza Bayless, defense, sr., St. Andrew's;Emily Berg defense, sr., Ursuline; Morgan Joyce, defense, sr., Charter; Stephanie Osegbu, defense, sr., Tatnall Boys' ~JI-Stete ~ first team: Chas Robino, attack, st., Tower Hill; Andrew Scrutchfield, attack, sr., Cape Henlopen; Zak Revak, attack, jr., Archmere; Dillon Walker, attack, jr., Salesianum; Sean Giampietro, midfield, soph., Salesianum; Will Metre, midfield, soph., Tower Hill. Bryan Garrahan, midfield, jr., Archmere; Matt Millman, mid- field, sr., Cape Henlopen; Zach Johnson, midfield specialist, st., Brandywine; Ryan Kilpatrick, defense, sr., Salesianum; Stone Lieberman, defense, jr., Tower Hill; Brooks Johnson, defense, st., Caesar Rodney; James Cook, GK, st., Cape Henlopen. Second team, Austin Beer, attack, st., Tatnall; Joe Rittenhouse, attack, sr., Charter of Wilmington; Sam Davis, attack, st., Wilmington Friends; Andrew Blundin attack, DAN COOK PHOTO THE CAPE HENLOPEN BOY'S lacrosse team had its end-of-season Awards Banquet June 5 at Cape Henlopen High School. Varsity award winners were in back (I-r) Andr~ Fonville, Most Valuable Defensive Player, James Cook, Co-MVP, Andrew Scrutchfield, Co-MVP aad Matt Millman, Lou Norbeck Unsung Hero Award and in front, Sammy Mohr, Most Improved Player and Dean Julian, Brian Tappan Spirit Award. sr., Salesianum; Sam Limpert, midfield, sr., Salesianum; Michael Pettit, attack, jr., Tower attack, sr., Delaware Military; Ryne Johnson, Caesar Rodney; Dave Rathmanner, midfield, Hill; Mike Mene, attack, sr., Newark; Alex attack, jr., Caesar Rodney; Shane Whitman, st., Charter of Wilmington; Sam Carney, Cesna, midfield, jr., Brandywine; Jerome attack, st., McKean; Connor Beatson, attack, midfleld, soph., Wilmington Friends; Sam Johnson, midfield, jr., Cape Henlopen; Eric jr., Archmere; Graham Seuffert, midfield, Seibert, midfield, jr., William Penn; Zach Epstein, midfield, sr., St. Mark's; Troy soph., Salesianum; Miles Bonner, midfield, Galley, midfield specialist, sr., Polytech; Reeder, midfield, fr., Salesianum; Matt Shaw, st., Archmere; Matt Higgins, midfield, soph., Evan l_eeder, defense, st., Salesianum; midfield specialist, sr., Salesianum; Andr~ Delaware Military; Matt Modica, midfield, Brannock Furey, defense, sr., Archmere; Ray Fonville, defense, st., Cape Henlopen; Matt st., St. Elizabeth's; Sammy Mohr, midfield Iplenski, defense~ sr., Dover; Max Davis, GK, Walker, defense, sr., Charter of Wilmington; specialist, jr., Cape Henlopen, Tommy soph., Wilmington Friends. Taylor Hennessy, defense, sr., St. Andrew's; Morton, defense, st., Appoquinimink; Matt Matt Barone, goalie, jr., Salesianum. McNeal, defense, sr., Archmere; Joe Third team:. Chris Thompson, attack, sr., O'Connell, defense, jr., Archmere; Davis Archmere; Austen Freeborn, attack, sr., Honomble'n~ntlen: Steven Higgins, Russell GK, soph., Archmere. The field is set for the inaugu- draw up-and-coming players tered for the tournament is Beat- ral ResortQ.uest Pro Women's seeking to improve their world rice Capra from EUicott City, Md. Open at Sea Colony, from Satur-- rankings and claim their share of The 19-year-old is currently the day, June U, through Sunday, June $10,000 in prize money. 242nd-ranked singles player in 19, on the clay courts at the Sea More than 100 women from 18 the world and is currently ranked Colony Tennis Center just south different nations on six conti- 429th in doubles. Capra has al- ,0fBethany Beach. nents will compete inthe tourna- ready made a mark on the pro Sponsored by ResortQ.uest ment's qualifying matches, main circuit by winning two rounds at and the United States Tennis As- draw and doubles competition, last summer's U.S. Open. sociation, and hosted by Sea making it a truly worldwide Qualifying matches will be t 2olony, the singles and doubles event, held Saturday, June 11, through women's tennis tournament will The top-ranked player regis- Monday, June 13, with the main draw beginning Tuesday, June 14. Tennis Magazine's 2010 50 Best Doubles play also starts June 14. Tennis Resorts in the U.S. - in- Admission to the tournament is cluding No, 3 for the budget con- free. scious - and No. 13 in the world In addition to the tournament by Tennis Resorts Online. With itself, the tennis festivities in- 34 tennis courts, including four clude a pro-am Monday, starting indoor and 14 Har-Tru, Sea at 4:30 p.m., and kids' carnival Colony offers a wide variety of Wednesday, also starting at 4".30 camps, clinics, and private les- p.m. Admission to the kids' car- sons throughout the year for nival is free; however, there is a players of all ages and skill levels. $100 entry fee for the pro-am, For more information, visit which includes dinner immedi- www.SeaColonyTennis.net, fol- ately following the event, and low Sea Colony tennis on Face- space is limited, book, or call the Sea Colony Ten- Sea Colony is ranked among nis Center at 302-539-4488. The Wellness Community seeks runners and walkers The Wellness Community- The team raises money that is team pasta dinner. Delaware, an afftliate of the Can- used to offer free cancer support Team members will have am- cer Support Community, is re- programs in Sussex County. pie time to enjoy all the fun and " ruiting members for its Strides Strides for Hope team members excitement that New Orleans has for Hope team. who raise their personal goal of to offer. This year's Strides for Hope $2,500 will receive round-trip Many Strides for Hope team "team will participate in the New airfare, accommodations, team members walk or run in honor or Orleans Jazz Half Marathon & 5K training, and event shirts as well in memory of a loved one who Oct: 29. as fundraising assistance and a has been touched by cancer. Some team members walk or run The Wellness Community- to celebrate their own cancer Delaware is part of a national survivorship. The money raised nonprofit organization that pro- by downstate team members is vides support, education and fully tax-deductible and is used hope to people with cancer and for providing free support and their loved ones. education programs for people At The Wellness Community- battling cancer in Sussex County. Delaware, all programs are free Call Marcia Esposito for more in- of charge. More information formation at 302-645-9150 or about The Wellness Community email mesposito@wellness- and Strides for Hope is available delaware.org, at www:ccellnessdelaware.org. game at 6 p.m. nize his stronger loyalty is to his eople This game is just for seniors, friend, Karl Saliba, so Randy James Cook, Matt Millman, An- roots for St. Andrew's to beat Continued from page 31 drew Scructhfield and Andr Cape when they meet in girls' Fonville will represent Cape for lacrosse. Randy won six varsity " ently named the DIAA the boys while Meg Bartley and letters his senior year at Cape Lacrosse Player of the Year and Caroline Judge will play in the and won individual state titles in followed that up with the overall girls' game. the pole vault and wrestling Scholar Athlete Award. Caravel won the state softball three days apart. The high school lacrosse All- file, its second under coach If anyone wants me to run a Star games will be at the Univer- Randy Johnson, a 1977 Cape team picture for whatever rea- | sity of Delaware's Rullo Field graduate. Johnson always gets son, its gets identified top down Saturday, June U. The girls' game props.from me, even though I left to right with an explanation is at 4 p.m., followed by the boys' coached him in track and recog- of what was won and where and when. A contact number always helps and I don't mean 645- 4900; everyone knows that's Grotto's Grand Slam. The PhiUies have been playing poor- ly, just breaking a four-game los- ing streak with a getaway win in Pittsburgh, yet are still owning the best record in baseball. How can an NBA finals game end 88- 86? And don't tell me great de- feuse. I am open-minded; these games have been lame. The French Open final between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal has showcased two great ath- letes. Tennis is a big-time athlet- ic sport, but in my life I haven't known any guys who have bought into it. OK, Dr. Dave Robinson, the ophthalmologist, played at Duke, and he's a hard- core athlete, but he's the only one. Perhaps Wimpy Britting- ham can play;, he plays every- thing else. Go on now, gift