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28 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER6- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2011 " I 'Sp,orts & Outd()ors Cape Gazette ' DAN COOK PHOTOS CAMRYN BERNHE|MER drivesthe ballawayfrom inside the scoring circle. Cape hockey puts away four at Polytech play'day Vikings polish skills in final scrimmages of preseason By Dan Cook Cape hockey traveled away from the Labor Day weekend flffic to the finely trimmed Bermuda grass of Polytech for a five-team scrimmage Sept. 2 came away with power- house scoring and tough defen- sive play. The first 25-minute scrim- mage pitted Cape against the host Panthers and the Vikings didn't disappoint the crowd, scoring in the first minute of play on a rip from Jacki Coveleski'vith an assist from Taylor Trimmer. Sara Young tallied a second goal with a helper from Erin Picker. Goalie Katie Kolobielski held the Panthers scoreless. "We missed a play day be cause of the hurricane," said Cape head coach Nicole Hugh- es, "so it was nice to get some playing time in game sifuations. I was able to pinpoint different players for their positions to- day." The second scrimmage of the day had the Vikings facing a quick Mt. Pleasant squad, and Cape had scoring tallies from Anna Frederick and Leah Smyk while their opponents were kept Cape goalie Katie Kolobielski turns back a Middletown shot during the play day scrimmage with the Cavaliers. Cape senior Jacki Coveleski takes a backhand shot against Mt. Pleasant. away from the Vikings cage once again. The Lady Vikings continued their scoring spree with goals from seniors Erin Picker, Kelly Smith and Jacki Coveleski against Archmere in the third scrimmage, while giving up their only goal on the day to the Auks. "The seniors are doing a great job," said Hughes. "They have stepped up and taken the younger girls under their wing and are helping them become better players." Maggie Delp, Erin Picker and Alexa Hendfickson each found the back of the net in the fourth scrimmage against Middletown while Katie Kolobielski held the Cavs scoreless. "Overall, we did well, and the girls saw what they need to work on," said the fifth-year coach. "We need to communicate more. Theycould hear that, and they need to work on that aspect of their game." The Vikings open their Hen- lopen Conference schedule by hosting Seaford under the lights at 7 p.m., Wednesday., Sept. 14. r . D ag queens. You know exactlywl en they stand night football scrimmage that Striders Labor Day 5K. Terry is a they also attended. I know why vice principal at Cape while they were there, and it has noth- Mike has the same position at ing to do with being seen or Sussex Tech. "That is pretty schmoozing with the communi: much us," Terry responded to ty power elite; heck, I'd talk to the observation, "C'mon, no- ha " them anyway. Dave and Kevin body is that ppy. Good for go where the kids are and always students to fred upbeat people have, and it's a good lesson for when they return to school. Exu- all staff; after all, it is what you berance is contagious although do. And you will also notice they it can also be annoying. ouple of Cape guys - are friends with the real people Drag queens - I love CAMP Re- " Super good guys pass and always have time for them. hoboth because I fred diversity [ . the test every da Get out there and support kids energizing except for radical Dave Robinson and in whatever they are doing; it right-Wing reactionary Republi- Kevin Carson. Cape's outgoing just makes life so much better cans, and the CAMP promotes and incoming (sOunds like mor- for everyone., community understanding and tashells) superintendents, were Way too happy - Terry Wilkin- I'm all about that. I came to a at a Saturday rnoming Capesoc  son and Mike Firch are way too quick conclusion while covering DAN COOK PHOTO cer scrimmage wearing their happy for secondary school vice the Sunday morning Labor Day DAVE ROBINSC)N, left, and Kevin Carson attend a Saturday morning soccer Cape shirts following a Friday principals finishing the Seashore Continued on page 29 scrimmage while rocking Cape Henlopen action wear,