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Football Continued from page 80 backs to scoot and scamper into the secondary. Two-way ends Kenny Steven- son and Casey Sheehan have played better than good in all three games and have been given relief on offense with the emer- gence of Mark Moore and Tommy Sheehan. Matt Kreitzer's placekicking and Nick Schafer's punting have given Cape a solid specialty at- tack, which begins with long- snapper Carl Floyd and holder Theron Pavlik. The Battle of Route 9 will begin shaking down at 7:30 p.m. Friday night. Get there early for a parking space and a spot along the fence. Expect a great game and a full house, game. Cape soccer records rare shutout of Central; 4-0-1 m early going By Matthew Kreitzer The 1997 Cape boys soccer team has a lot to live up to this season. After a record season of 15-2-1 last year, and a quarter-fi- nal appearance in the state tourna- ment, this year's team has a lot of work ahead. Opening the season with a 1-1 tie to McKean, a 7-0 slaughtering of Dickinson, and a 5-1 win over Sussex Tech, the Vikings were plenty ready to take on their Route 9 rivals, Sussex Central last Thursday, Sept. 18. The Vikings seemed to have control during the first half. With about 12 minutes gone, Danny Lee had a throw-in 20 yards from goal. The ball was headed around before settling at the foot of senior Bill Lingo. Lingo placed a beauti- ful shot high to the near post, past the diving keeper, for the first goal of the game. About five minutes later, Danny Lee was in the same situations as before but this time found senior Scott Steele who settled the ball, beat a defender, and while falling, ripped a shot to the near post to put Cape up 2-0, the score at half time. Both teams battled hard through the second half. Midway through the half the Vikings had a comer kick which was taken by Bill Lin- go. Lingo perfectly placed a ball to the far post where senior Jim Derrick was waiting to head the ball into the net. This would be the final goal of the game making it 3-0 and a well-earned shutout for the Cape defense. The Viking defense consisted of senior Josh Wyatt at stopper, se- nior Brad Reed at left marking- back, brother Bryan Reed at right marking-back, junior Brett Williams at sweeper and senior Matt Kreitzer in the net. "I can't remember the last time we shut out Central," said Coach John Myers after the game. This made Angle Moon photo Val Dickinson (1), Chae Sade, and Mickeya Brown, cheer- leaders for Cape's football team, boogie during the Saturday managed to salyage anothe r goal midway through when the ball was headed around the Wildcat box before Scott Steele put it away into the far post to make the score 3-0. Cape, however, gave up many unnecessary scoring opportunities to Delmar who capitalized on one late in the game. Goalkeeper Matt Kreitzer found himself busy late in the game recording 11 saves. "They just ran over our midfield. They moved the ball around much Continued on page 84 Cape's record 2-0-1 overall and 2- 0 in the conference, On Tuesday, Sept. 23, the Vikings played their first road game against a surprising Delmar team. The Vikings came out and struck early when a Bill Lingo cross found its way to senior Der- rick Quillen's foot and was easily disposed. About 10 minutes later the Vikings struck again to put the score up 2-0. After that, the team seemed to fizzle. In the second half, things weren't much better. The Vikings BLUEWATER POOLS & SPAS CAPE GAZETIE, Friday, September 26 - October 2, 1997 - 81 i E;ESTI ;' i:Pl "('t'|7|lllqlll'J'a q I I; i Rll "(g[l 'l il i;a "i lallll $1glt am m Great Stuff Foam Sealant Expands to fill cracks, provide insulation. 12 oz. 13322 act I Tidst 'n Mop r i Sure grip wringer keeps hands dry. Quick snap elease allows quick refill and x-tra long handle eliminates bending and stooping. 1001239 i 1 = [ Po Gas Can k P'  Impact resistant, non-corroding can has rounded body for easy carrying. Vent cap and flexible spout store on the can. Gallon. 75801 ,iii We now have PUMPKINS! i' in all sizes I/0000ll Come[:t !IF! Get'Em! Spring lF lower Bnlbs yeturtu Imported HO/JMIND TUL/UP BU/2BS Daffodils, Narcissus, Crocus & More! ,,  * Easy-to-Plant ;;" -1 _ *Sure-to-Bloom  * Wide Assortment Available "f'  * We'll Help YOU Select. ]  Plant your bulbs NOW and delight in the ,  dazzling array of natures" magic next Spring. .-; 9'  Hurry while the selections is good/ ; !T" i';4!i g ':' iii!!i '::ri"!]ii ! ..,-.'.I// ...... ,, "0E0:: ,i001 FIVE POINTS Mort. - Sat. 7 am - 9 pm NASSAU Sun. a am- a pm 645"6658