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Cape Gazette SPORTS & OUTDOORS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 - THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2013 2 Cape head coach Bill Collick looks to his bench after Milford scored the first touchdown of the game. Football Continued from page 23 Cape napping with a 60-yard tailback pass from Octavion Wilson to Jason Parker. Phones pinged across Sussex County, signaling an upset had lifted off in Milford. The Vikings responded with two first-quarter touchdown drives, touchdown runs by Jus- tin Lopez and Tavon Scott and a Scott two-point conversion as Cape clawed back to lead 14-6. The Vikings put together an- other drive in the second quarter with Lopez scoring from 4 yards out. Cape's J. J. Currie runs for a touchdown, but it is negated by a penalty. The 21-6 lead increased to 41-6 in the second half on a pair of touchdowns by Juan Saez of 19 and 18 yards, and a 2-yard touch- down by Lopez. Notes - Cape's offensive line of Devin Miller, Nick Figun, Anthony Elgin, Brandon Nixon, Tommy Ott, Tyre Maull and An- drew Grau played well. Senior soccer guy Bill Swon- tek kicked off and lofted two kicks to the goal line. Cape plays at Archbishop Spalding at 7 p.m., Friday the 13th. The Cavaliers are 2-0 on the season with wins over Dela- ware Valley Charter 41-16, and St. Mary's of Maryland 41-14. Spald- ing has rushed for 521 over two games and passed for 325. "We have to put together some long drives and keep the ball away from them," said Cape's offensive coordinator Herky Billings. The Cavaliers beat Cape last season 35-38. Cape's Rasheed Woods blocks for quarterback Todd Keene. Caroline Judge scored the winning goal for Northeastern in a 2-1 win at Providence. Fredman Continued from page 18 volleyball for the Hawks of Delaware Tech in Dover and if their website wasn't so lame I'd have more information. Ronnie "Mongo" Allen was inducted into the Milford foot- ball Hall of Fame at halftime of the Cape game. Ronnie was also a power forward on the 1971 Milford state championship football team, a 25-year veteran of the Rehoboth Beach Patrol and has coached just about everything everywhere over the last 33 years. Severna Park field hockey (beat Cape last year 1-0) is 2-0 to start season with a pair of shutouts. The Falcons gradu- ated 13 seniors. Delmar has wins over Washington and Poco- moke by a combined 13-0. Poly- tech has a pair of wins over the same teams with a combined 10-0 goals scored. There should be two conferences for field hockey in Delaware: one for the teams that can actually play the sport and another for the ones who can't. Go on now, gift LEWES MAYOR SUPPORTS MEALS GOLF TOURNEY SUBMITTED PHOTO MEALS ON WHEELS of Lewes and Re- hoboth Beach will be holding its annual golf tournament fundraiser Sunday, Sept. 22, and Monday, Sept. 23. This event will begin with a dinner and auction on Sun- day night and end with the tournament on Monday afternoon. As always, it is being held at the Re- " hoboth Beach Country Club. Tickets for the dinner are $75 and include appetizers, open bar and a grand buffet with a beef carving station. Dinner tickets and golf-- tournament information can be obtained by calling the Meals on Wheels office at 302-645-7449 or by emailing kkeuski@ comcast.net. Last year, this event paid for more than 12,000 meals for homebound seniors liv- ing in eastern Sussex County. In support of Meals on Wheels of Lewes and Rehoboth Beach and the community, Lewes Mayor James Ford delivered meals to client Marilyn "Sue" Doney Sept. 4. Briefly )) Dewey Beach Triathlon set for Sept. 14 The Dewey Beach Sprint Tri- athlon is a 1/2-mile swim, 16-mile bike and 3.4-mile run and starts near the Delaware Seashore State Park at 7:30 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 14. There is no race-day registra- tion. The bike course this year will involve a lane closure in the northbound lane of Route 1 to help ease traffic congestion. Any- one traveling between Dewey Beach and Bethany Beach that morning should expect delays and plan accordingly. Every year, the triathlon ben- efits the Sussex Family YMC.s Strong Kids Campaign. Last year it raised more than $20,000 for the cause. Volunteers are still needed at points along the run course through Dewey and other areas. Contact ]ames Botti for more information at 302-296-YMCA. National Hunting and Fishing Day Sept. 15 The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control's Division of Fish and Wildlife encourages outdoor enthusiasts of all ages and in- terests to mark their calendars for the upcoming celebration of National Hunting and Fish- ing Day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 15, at the Aquatic Resources Education Center on Route 9 east of Smyrna along the Delaware Bay shore. The family-friendly event will feature a host of hands-on and interactive activities, including archery, deer aging and measur- ing, retriever demonstrations, a saltwater touch tank, canoeing, hayrides, duck decoy carving demonstrations, tours of the Mallard Lodge, Eco-Explorers marsh walks, a Fyke net demon- stration with fisheries biologists, fishing activities and more. Other exhibitors include Op- eration Game Theft, Delaware Waterfowl and Trout Stamps, Mosquito Control, DuPont Na- ture Center, equipment including air boats and the brush-clearing Positrack, Delaware Licenses Through the Ages, the National Wild Turkey Federation's Dela- ware Chapter and more. Admission is free and open&% the public, with visitors encour- aged to pack picnic lunches and enjoy eating outdoors on AREC's grounds. :' For more information, visit http://de.gov/nhfd.