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Cape Gazette SPORTS & OUTDOORS TUESDAY, JULY 29 - THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014 25 MONDAY NIGHT MEN'S LAX BRINGS OUT TALENTED PLAYERS DAN COOK PHOTOS THE MONDAY NIGHT PICKUP LACROSSE GAMES at Cape Henlopen High School bring out players from all over the East Coast to play with the locals for an evening of hits, shots and scores during the summer months. The players, ranging from high school to Division I, split into Blue and White squads. No score is kept, and there are no referees. The score wouldn't matter, because the players are participating in the sport they love and with the play- ers they respect. Play begins at 6:30 each Monday night at Cape Henlopen High School's Legends Field. Capegrad Charlie Burton of the Blue team powers Above, former Cape All-American and Stevens Tech attack Andrew Scrutchfield goes to the goal. . grad defender Austin MacCoy. for possession from Cape iFormer Cape and Lynchburg College goalie James Cook clears Former Cape All-American Joey Cahill clears the ball with for- Cape coach and former Cape All-American Jack Lingo, right, the ball with Cape rising senior Jeb Monigle in pursuit, mer Cape attack Charlie Burton in pursuit, wins a face-off from Cape grad William Clampitt. , Jay Jenkins named Cape soccer coach ave,..e p, ye in the NPST. professional indoor league, five Fredman seasons with the Cleveland lay Jenkins, a former all-state sive resum6 as a player, having Crunch and Canton Invaders. Continued from page 23 player at Caravel Academy, was trained with the U.S. National Jenkins has been active in named Cape's new head coach of Team in 1990, and as a youth, he coaching with the Henlopen cause they ran out of pitchers. boys' soccer at the July 24 Cape was a member of the Olympic Soccer Club and in 2013 took the Newark scored winning runs in school board meeting. Development Program. ]enkins U16 Barracudas to the State Cup the top of the seventh in both Jenkins, 47, has an impres- tallied 64 career goals while at Finals. ball games. Snippets - Franc Cook, former : Cape and Lynchburg College 14.9 pounds of fish in Dover's a total of 168 young anglers and goalie, left his job as an assistant Briefly )) Silver Lake. Sarah previously their families. The New Castle at Arcadia College to accept a won the tournament in Kent County location, Lums Pond in position as defensive coach at Youth fishing winners County four times, including Bear, drew 104 children and teens Division II Colorado Mesa uni- honored at state fair 2013, when she fmished in third casting lines, while at Kent Coun- versity of the Rocky Mountain place statewide, ty's Silver Lake, 26 youngsters Athletic Conference. The Mav- Gov. Jack Markell, Depart- The New Castle County win- turned out. Sussex County reeled ericks were 9-3 in 2014. CMU ment of Natural Resources and ner and second-place finisher in 38 young anglers at Ingrams is on the far western border of Environmental Control Secre- statewide is 9-year-old Alyssa Pond in Millsboro. Winners re- the state near Utah. If you hear tary David Small, and Division Sweetman of Middletown, who ceived fishing rods and tackle "Let's go, Utes," tum around, of Fish and Wildlife Director caught the biggest fish of the boxes as well as trophies, and all you've gone too far. David Saveikis recently honored day statewide, a 12-pound carp, participants received prizes. All The Delmarva Swim Associa- the winners of the 28th annual in Lums Pond. of the fish caught in the tourna- tion Championships are no joke Youth Fishing Tournament, held The Sussex County winner and ment were weighed and released, with athletes from age 7 to 18 in June. third-place statewide is 7-year- For more information on the competing for cash and prizes. This year's Kent County win- old Andrew Wertz of Lewes, Youth Fishing Tournament, OK, medals. There are literally ner and statewide first-place who caught 2.74 pounds of fish in call 302-739-9913 or go to www. thousands of names to peruse winner is 15-year-old Sarah Dea- Millsboro's Ingrams Pond. over multiple events and age son of Harrington, who caught This year's tournament drew ing.htm, groups in PDF format. Find the website and get reading glasses. The Lewes Yacht Club's age 7-8 100 freestyle relay team of Chet Mariner, Evan Burris, Declan Morrissey and Brian Flem- ing was first in 1:10. The same crew won the 100-yard medley relay 1:22. Fleming also won the 25-yard butterfly and freestyle. The Sea Colony Sharks placed sixth in the 23-team field while, LYC placed eighth and the Sus- sex Family YMCA placed 13th. Ian Robertson, straight out of Beacon and heading to Cape, is playing in the FAB 48 Show- case basketball tournament in Las Vegas. Ian plays for Team Takeover out of D.C. The squad is 3-0, and Ian is one of the lead- ing scorers. Saw a Beacon four-sport stud - field hockey, basketball, soccer and track - smiling inside a Caesar Rodney basketball uniform, had me singing, "Don't go, Zoe." Best of luck - she will win a state title in high jump "" next year. Write that down. Go on now, gift