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:o 24' TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 - THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2013 SPORTS & OUTDOORS Cape Gazette Eape soccer defeats Tower Hill 2-I on Swarbrick goal Vikings host Tatna]l Sept. l0 By Dave Frederick fredman@capegazette.com The Cape Henlopen soccer team kicked offthe season Satur- n,, afternoon by beating Tower Hill at Dover High by a score of 2'1. Cape outshot the Hillers 18-8 as goalie GritTm Kammerer recorded five saves. Cape unleashed relentless pressure in the first half, and when Billy Swontek sent a ball through to an on-sides Max Eul- er, the speedy forward did not miss, ringing the bell at the 10:37 mark. Tower responded by convert- ing a penalty kick off the foot of Steven Siegfried at 18:08 as Kam- merer guessed right and the ball was blasted to his left for a goal. Cape's winning goal came with less than two minutes remaining in the first half as Kai Vitella sent a pass through traffic to Zach Swarbrick, who one-timed it home for what proved to be all Cape needed for the victory. Cape will host Tatnall at Leg- ends Stadium Tuesday, Sept. 10, then travel to Milford to play the Bucs at 7 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 12. Tatnall lost to St. Georges in its seas0n-0pening game 2-0. The Hornets were 8-6-1 last season against a tough schedule Notes: Following the Cape game, in a rematch of last year's state championship game, Sale- sianum beat Indian River in overtime 1-0 on a goal by Liam Hill off an assist from Ben Yount at 86 minutes into the match. Sallies outshot the Indians 14-2. Ian Walls recorded eight saves for Indian River. The state tour- nament will be set up in two divisions this year with Indian River in Division II. Eight teams from each division will make the postseason. Cape senior Max Euler shoots and scores past the Tower Hill goalkeeper. Zack Swarbrick heads a clear. DAN COOK PHOTOS CAPE SENIOR FORWARD Miguel Merino-Sanchez kips the ball up to move past a Hillers defender. Lake Forest Invitational: A festival of youth who run Enos Benbow runs Cork 10-miler, then drives to coach Seashore Striders runners By Dave Frederick fredman@capegazette.com The Lake Forest Invitational Cross Country Meet at Killens Pond Sept. 7 qualified as a festi- val of youth with a few old dogs leaving footprints in the 9 a.m open division race. All the usual Delaware sus- pects were there except the Tatnall Hornets machine, which ected to use the Bottle & Cork 10 Miler as a training run. Steven Garrett, 16, of Tat- nall won The Cork in a time of 54:18, beating Enos Benbow, who placed fourth, two min- utes and 30 seconds off the lead. Benbow then drove to Lake to help coach the Seashore Striders youth team. Logan Shuttleworth led the Striders gifts' team over the 3K as she placed third in 14:16. The high school girls' varsity A race for larger schools was won by Emily Paolucci of Padua in a time of 19:37 followed by Tori Vickers of Smyrna in 19:45 and Rebekah Mills of CR in 19:55. Cape's Keren Rams was the Vikings' top runner in 22:18 fol- lowed by Madison MavElrevey The Newark team rocks the theme Let's Stay Together early in the race. The top five team runners count; low team score wins. in 22:30, Rachel Best in 23:18, Sarah Rambo in 23:25 and Grace Brokaw in 23:30. Briana Hall was Sussex Tech's first runner in 23:18 followed by Meghan Davidson in 24:12, Laura Zwiebel in 25:43, Tara Cannon in 25:48 and Athena Nedham in 26:23. The boys' 3K race was won by Andrew Avila of the Delaware Running Company in 12:07. Blake Hundley was the top Seashore Striders finisher in 12:42. The varsity boys' A race was won by Pat Hany in the sizzling time of 15:57. A hundred runners broke 20 minutes in the race. The top five for Cape were Austin MacElrevey in 17:27, Ryan Thornburg 17:44, Sidney Miller 18:54, Seth DePrince 19:45 and Stephen Anderson 20:35. The top five from Sussex Tech were Victor Rueda in 17:00, lake Bamforth 17:20, Sam Hete 18:15, David Landis 18:33 and Ian Carlis 18:39. Ben Bamforth, a freshman for Tech, ran 18:44. There were a total of 10 races on the day. The Seashore Strid- ers won the girls' 3K race with 23 points over Newark Charter. The Striders boys won 20-35 over Newark Charter. The Cape girls placed 10th in the varsity A race with Sussex Tech in 12th. Sussex Tech placed sixth in the varsity boys' race while Cape placed 12th. Complete results from the Lake Forest Invitational can be found at www.n5cta.com. DAVE FREDERICK PHOTOS THE 6UN IS FIRED as hundreds go out too hard in the first cross country race of the season. Jake Bamforth, far left, and Austin MacEIrevey, far right, fast friends since childhood, can't shake loose from each other 2.5 miles into the race.