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t 36 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2008 SPORTS & OUTDOORS cape Qazet00 . Lady V-ikings perfect field hockey By Dave Frederick fredman@ca pegazette.com Sussex Central was up to the challenge in the first 15 minutes of the game, pressuring Cape goalie Tori Bunting who had to make a couple of real saves to keep the game scoreless. The Vikings then turned on the pressure washer sending 14 fh'st-half shots at goalie Lanren Sanger Who sent them all back. Cape also earned eight comers but couldn't convert. - The second half was more of the same script .until a crossing pass from Molly Desmond found the stick of Chelsea Reed who one-timed it into the net at 23:44 and a 1-0 Cape advantage. Abby Hilligoss took a penalty shot at 20",2Z It went high and hit the crossbar behind the goalie as teammates shouted "That's all right Abby. You'll get the next one." Abby actually got the next two, scoring unassisted goals at 15:42 and 11:10 as cape won 3 to 0 ex- tending its season record to a perfect 5-0. Cape will host Indian River on Tuesday, Sept. 23,,and play at CR on the mad Thursday, Sept. 25. Cape had 37 shots on goal as goalie Lauren Sanger was credit- ed with 34 saves. NOTES - Cape's junior varsity remained.undefeated at 5-0 with a 12-0 win over Central behind a relentless 40 shots on g6al. ]en- na Steele (4), Brittney Betts (2), Alexa Hendrickson (2), Taylor Trimmer (2), Sammy Hurley (1) and Leah Smyk (1) provided the scoring punch. Milford High School field hockey, coached by former Cape coaches Amanda lacona and Mike Eisenhour, is 3-0 on the season after a 1-0 win over Cae- sar Rodney. DAVE FREDERICK PHOTO CAPE'S  VOSS, RIGHI', BATTLES Sussex Central's Cassandra Short for possession of the ball during the Lady vikings' 3-0 victory over the Knights Sept. 18. CAPE'S ANDREA WELLS DIVES to make a save in the Lady Vikings' 3-2 win over Sussex Central Sept. 18. Ca 00ewins rubber match to su j unbeaten in volleyball By Dave Frederick fredman@capegazette.com The contest was heated inside the air-conditioned Little Big House last Thursday afternoon, Sept. 18, as Sussex Central hoped to derail the undefeated Cape volleyball team knocking them into the boneyard of disabled lo- comotives. Central tied the match at two games each with a convincing 25- 14 win img-ameqCour-setting-a showdown gamefive - the first to 15 gets the match. Cape cruised to a 15-7 win to remain undefeated at 5-0. The Vikings were paced by Jonesha Warren, 8-2-2-11-U; Lind- sey ShooL 0-3-0-25-0; Susan Van Dyke, 4-3-4-10-0; Raelyn Grogan, 8-5-2-12-4; and Natalie DeWitt, 6- 1-0-8-9. Games were 25-23, 16-25, 25-23,14-25,15-7. Cape will host Dover Tuesday, Sept. 23, then travel to Indian River Thursday, Sept. 25. JUNIOR VARSITY - Capes jun- ior varsity defeated Sussex Cen- tral 25-I 9, 21-25, 15-7 to raise itsseason record to 4-1. High- lights of the match were ]acklynn Warner, 5 z[ce's; 3 kills, 1 assist; Cheyenne Geyer, 3 aces, 3 kills; Nicole Jones, 5 aces; Taylor Keen, 3 aces; Danielle Marsico, 2 aces; Caitlin Wood, 2 kills; I assist; Kel- lie Walsh, 1 ace, 1 assist; Morgan Lally, 1 kill; and Maya Doumit, 1 ace. Hook Continued from page 35 where a character named "Bug- gin Out" with bulging eyes be- hind thick glasses tells a neigh- bor, "I will mess you up two times!" Local triathlete Dave Luscan won the Dewey BeachSprint Triathlon and Sea Colony Make- A-Wish Tri last Saturday, each time besting a field of 1,000 competitors. Luscan is a heavy- duty, three-phase wire in a two phase world and he is Well grounded. Dave is a member of the local Tri Delaware Club and obviously his strength is consis- tency over the three phases of the race. The swim phase was changed to a soft sand mile run last Saturday because the ocean was treacherous, but trust me, it wouldn't have mattered; all 1.000 would have braved the brine but not all would have made it. Where is that zone where intelli- gence and reason are thrown overboard? SNIPPETS - Forget football! Go Phillies! Six home games to go then hopefully a berth in the playoffs. Go on now, gift Members of the Tri Delaware team include (I-r) Mark Deptula, Jesse Lausch, Shannon Showalter, Dave Luscan and Patrick Beebe.