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68 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 21_-.Octobez.3,1996 SPO ITS & --OUTDOORS Surging Cape hockey aces Lake Forest test 2-0 Center senior forward and team co-captain Carrie Lingo scored both Viking goals in the shut-out of the previously unbeaten Spartan team. The win preserved Cape's undefeated and unscored upon record at 5-0, while Lake dropped to 5-1. By Susan Frederick The new Viking hockey score- board lit up with a 2-0 victory over Lake Forest on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 24 as Cape quelled early sea- son debate over which is the team to beat in the Henlopen confer- ence. Cape's Stephanie Warrington prepares to fire in front of Lake Forest's Jen Henry. "Cape's awesome," said veteran Lake coach Pat Borowski moments after the game. "The addition of their German exchange student (Viola Kuhk) has given them an added dimension to their passing and scoring skill." Lingo tallied the first goal off a short corner with 16:30 left in the first half. "Viola stopped it, then passed it to me, and I just shot it at the goal," said Lingo, recalling the play. The score came off one of a 19-2 advantage in short corners which the Cape gifts amassed on the day. Both halves of the game saw Cape dominate in both time of possession and field position. Lake team captain and goalie Sta- cy Maris, supported by the defen- sive and midfield play of Chastity Cole, Erin Vogelien, Wendy Smith, and Susan Hickey, made a valiant effort with 22 saves but could not shut down a Cape front line which peppered 27 shots on goal. "Stacy kept us in the game," said Borowski. "And I was pleased in general with the defen- sive play of our gifts. But we just could not stop Cape. They simply outplayed us today." Cape's second goal came as the scoreboard clock read 20:42 when Maris was called for trapping the ball amidst a barrage of shots as the Vikings crowded the goal- mouth off another short corner. Lingo flicked one high over Maris' shoulder and into the top corner of the cage for what would be the game's final goal. "It's hard for me to pick out one player," said Viking coach Ruth Skoglund. "Carrie played her best game of the season so far. I got great leadership from my seniors out there -- Carrie, Stephanie (Warrington), Angel (Cahill), Sherry (Swartzel), and Jen (Reihm). Sarah Marshall has been improving every game in under- standing defense as well as offense in the midfield." Skoglund also credited the team play of co-cap- tain Jacki Warrington, midfielder Samantha Catts and wing Kelly Palekar. "I really was expecting a more back and forth kind of game," the coach continued. "We knew that Lake is a good team; now we have them behind us, and that was a big win. But we don't want to take any game for granted. I keep stressing 'one game at a time.' We have ultimate goals which we talked about early in the season, but we have to get up for each team we play." Co-captain Jaeki Warrington credited midfield and back pres- sure with Viking field dominance. "Because of summer league, we knew what to look for," she said. "But we kept our heads in the game and pressured the ball well." Lady Viking junior varsity played to a 0-0 tie to bring their record to 3-0-2. The Vikings traveled to Caesar Rodney Thursday afternoon. They will travel to Laurel on Tuesday, October 2. Angle Moon photos Cape's Carrie Lingo collides with Katrina Murray of Lake Forest. What's tough? ngry toddlers with wiffle bats THE GODS MUST BE MCCRAZY- A sportswriter is always annoyed when after featur- ing an athlete in a lucid and witty way the athlete responds by say- ing, "Hey you. Why did you spell my name wrong7" What's even worse is when you spell the name wrong and no one bothers to men- tion it. It's like maybe no one is reading your stuff? Last week I ran into a McSlew of people from Fredman's world with more slight variations of name than the Russ- ian fencing team. (You do the joke.) There was Mccaslin (vol- leyball), McCarron (actress), .... rent nickname which is Fudd. wanted I'd weigh 400 pounds Chicago theme (gangsta rap). PEOPLE IN SPORTS Dave Frederick Mccaslin 0) and McCarron. McLaurin (football coach), McClure (drum major), MacClen- nand (basketball coach), McCarthy (volleyball) and McManus (Stale Cookie guy). I reported Becca Mccaslin as Becky McCarren confusing her with Sarah McCarron who played. Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz. And now students are calling soccer writer Scott Friedenrich, Fried- man, which may supplant his cur- FREDMAN WALKING- I can hear Bruce Springsteen serenading me as I slow walk the blacktop paths of Cape Henlopen State Park and Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk and around Silver Lake into Dewey Beach. Can you believe this? By the end of September I will have walked 100 miles for the month. Every work day I eat only a salad for lunch (size fit for mountain gorilla) and I drink little or no beer during the week with emphasis on little. I also lift weights for upper body, high reps and only a few sets, three days a week. Some mornings I feel like I've been assaulted by angry tod- dlers wielding wiffie ball bats and I don't want to go into it but yes, I do know what that feels like. So what has all this commitment and misery brought to me? A lousy six pounds, that's what. I guess when you get older your metabolism changes. I know if I remained sedentary and ate and drank what I which would make most people I know really happy because they could redirect their own feelings of low self-esteem towards me. Thanks to Leo Strine, Tom Cov- eleski, Dave Cerney and Neil Dolan for offering words of encouragement. GUEST WRITER OF THE WEEK- This week's writer is Erin McClure, drum major of the Cape Hen- lopen march- ing band. (Parenthetical coments by Fredman.) "Cape's band traveled to Philadelphia on Saturday, Sept. 21 to MCLURE perform for the Phillies and fans at Veterans Stadium. Twenty thousand fans cheered as they marched on the field and performed their usual Soon after the band came onto the field, the Phillie Phanatic came out and harassed, (not sexually, although the Phanatic did kiss Erin McClure.) not kidnapped, three drum majors, the flag corps, honor guard, and some individual mem- bers of the band such as: Randy Friend, Angie Davis, Erin McClure, Becky Campbell, Diana Fogg and Seth Kahn. As the band was marching off, the Phanatic parked his four-wheeler in the middle of the band and played around some more. Lastly, he limboed underneath Cape's ban- ner. (His big belly self.) Cape was a key spirit raiser for the Phillies in cheers like "Hey we want a home run," (they needed that cheer the whole season), "We got spirit" and the "Marcarena". Cape's band did an excellent job for the Phillies and were asked back for next sea- son. "I believe that it was the most ecstatic thing I've ever performed in," said Randy Friend (needs Continued on page 43