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Cape's "Battleship Volleyball" takes two from CR; record 6-1 By Dave Frederick Coach Nick DelCampo likes to call Cape's brand of play "Battle- ship Volleyball". Last Tuesday (Sept. 24) at home it was visiting Caesar Rodney run- ning silent and deep as the Vikings won two straight matches 15-4 and 15-8 to raise their season record to a surprising 6-1. "It's just so much fun this year winning games," said power play- er Katie DelCampo. "Every time the ball came to our side we had somebody down on the floor slid- ing and trying to make plays. It's unbelievable how much everyone has improved." Cindy Savage's young Caesar Rodney team came out strong in game one winning the first three points. Then servers Kay Cofrancesco and Judy Britting- ham answered with eight straight points highlighted by the returns of Janelle McCarthy and the on- net "back at ya" blocking of Del- Campo. Steady Dawn Cintavey was called off the bench for her reli- able underhanded serve as,Cape ran off the last six points of the match for a game one 15-4 victo- ry. "That's our philosophy -- to keep the ball in play and set up our big guns on the front line," coach DelCampo said. "We like to let the other team make the mistakes" One mistake the Riders may have made is not building an extra room on Cindy Savage's house for Rebecca Mccaslin. The Cae- sar Rodney transfer was all over the floor and flying high for the Vikings who jumped off to a 7-1 lead in game two and then fought off a late Caesar Rodney rally for a match clinching 15-8 second game victory. "I only went to Caesar Rodney for four months last fall," Mc- caslin said. "I want to win every game but especially this one be- cause CR beat Cape three times last year." Cape can now realistically focus on chances of making the end of the year 16 team state tournament. "There are six open spots avail- able awarded on season record and strength of competition," said Nick DelCampo. "That's why we're here. That's what we're playing for." Side-out--The volleyball team is easily the most improved Cape squad among fall sports along with girls' cross country. Maryellen Widdoes, Dawn Cin- tavey, Janelle McCarthy and Monica Wehb give Cape a solid rotation coming off the bench. Kay Cofrancesco had a strong game sefiing up the power front line of Katie Delcampo, Maggie Widdoes and Rebecca Mccaslin. Mccaslin looked more athletic than ever with her new electric boogaloo hard-not-to-notice neon blond hairdo. Stoeger Briefly Sussex YMCA offers adult volleyball leagues The Sussex Family YMCA will be offering Adult Volleyball leagues for fall. Individual and team sign-ups for the Women's Open League and an Adult Co-Ed League are now being taken. The first five weeks of the Women's Open League, open to ages 16 and up, will run from Sept. 24 through Oct. 22 (Fall D at an off-site location. The next eight weeks (Fall II), from Oct. 29 through December 17 will be at the YMCA. The cost is $80 per team and $10 per individual. Ba- by-sitting will be available for Fall II, and is free for members and $5 per week for non-mem- bers. Games will be held on Tues- days, with an instructional/prac- tice session beginning at 6 p.m. Game time begins at 6:30 and ends at 8:30. The games will fea- ture six players, and rosters are limited to ten. Contests will be refereed using U.S.V.B A. rules. There will also be playoffs and a championship game. Dukes Boat Sales, Inc. Sales & Service Long Neck Road, Millsboro, DE 19966 302-945-1111 m Contrary to the rumor... We take Trade-ins on New or Used Boats Seaswirl - Pleasure & Fish Suncruiser- Pontoon Grumman - Pontoon & Fish Lowe - Pontoon & Fish Leisure Cat - Ocean Runner We Sell Johnson Motors WE'RE NOT THE BIGGEST, JUST THE BEST! New & Used CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 27 - October 3, 1996 - 71 We're Your Garden Headquarters! V'tsit our garden center for a bountiful assortment of MUMS, ORNAMENTAL CABBAGE & KALE here just in time for autumn " W planting: Decorate for Halloween with Corn 8ta/ks, Pumpkins, and Beautiful Fall Wind Twirlers. and remember... Holland Bulbs are here for a splash of spring bloom. Hurry... They won't