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Quick Hitters By Dave Frederick YOUNG GUNS - Last Monday the Cape Junior Varsity football team traveled to Sussex Central to face the Knights in the daytime. The young Vikings came away with a hard fought 14-7 victory, enhancing its season record to 2-0. Cape's first touchdown came on a Joey Cahill to Chris Sockriter pass. The point-after was blocked. Central responded with a touch- down and point-after as Cape trailed 7-6. The Vikings surged in- to the lead in the second half on a spectacular breakaway run by Keith Dickinson. Freshman Thad- dius Shockley ran around right end for the two-point conversion. According to the coaches, out- standing defensive efforts were turned in by Alex Hense and Basil Duncan. Richard Lantz had an in- terception for Cape. The Vikings travel to Sussex Tech, Monday Oct. 5. CAPE VOLLEYBALL WINS TWO -The Cape varsity volley- ball team defeated Indian River and Polytech while in between losing to powerful Saint Mark's to raise its season record to 5-2. Jes- sica Witherspoon is having an all- state calibre season for the young Vikings. YOUNG SPIKERS - The J.V. Volleyball team at Cape evened its record at 4,4 by defeating Polytech and Indian River last week. Members of this team in- CAPE GAZETFE, Friday, October 2 - elude Sarah Berl, Amanda Bel- listri, Chrissy Delcampo, Jessica Forte, Trisha Collins, Annie Funk, Jen Mickel, Corryn Barnes, Christy Litke, Trisha Caprio, Robin Feder and Melisa Brown. DESTROYERS DEFEATED - The Delmarva Destroyers missed an opportunity to take over first place in the Mason-Dixon semi- pro league by losing in overtime to the Virginia Bay Neptunes. 31- 28. The game was tied at 28 at the end of regulation as the Destroy- ers came back from a 14-0 first- half deficit. Wide receiver Jamal Pettiford had four receptions for 91 yards and two touchdowns. Defensive back Kenny Baily recorded six solo tackles. Defen- sive tackle Chris Robinson ran back an interception 80 yards for a touchdown. The Destroyers play their final home game of the sea- son Oct. 3, against the Elkton Mustangs at the Dover Air Base High School, beginning at 3 p.m. The game is free to the public -and everyone else! TENNIS ANYONE - Maybe parents and relatives are the only ones interested but the University of Delaware's women's tennis team has emerged as something of an Eastern powerhouse. Last Sat- urday Kristin Wasniewski from Archmere Academy posted a first singles victory over Lehigh to record her 19 straight victory. The Blue Hens under coach Laura Travis have won 43 of 44 matches since 1995, including 27 by shutout. October 8, 1998.83 the Atlantic 10 all-time career leader in rushing yards and all- purpose yards. HOW YOU LIKE IT? The University of New Hampshire de- feated East Stroudsburg two weeks ago, 70-10, before travel- ing to Newark and getting pasted by Delaware 31-7. Senior tailback Jerry Azumah lead New Hamp- shire with 196 yards, becoming HEN HOCKEY IN THE HOUSE! The University of Delaware field hockey team de- feated West Chester, 3-0, last Sat- urday for their sixth win in a row, raising its season record to 8-1. Delaware is ranked No. 14 in the country. COASTAL TOW00O REmm 945-5400 or 645.6300 Est. 1958 EP-00Z, P3tD "  CERTIFIED LIGHTNING Electrical Contractor L.P.I. Cert. 959 645-8457 645-9060 1-800-610-8457 PROTECTION P.O. Box 252, Lewes, DE 19958 Bob Bowden photos Punt, Pass and Kick scores with Y' kids The Sussex Family YMCA held the Gatorade-NFL-spon- ored Punt, Pass and Kick competition on Saturday, Sept. 26. the winners are determined by who accumulates the greatest tal distance with the combination of a punt, pass and kick. VIore than 20 area young people participated. Winners for iges 8-9 included Andrew Abele Jr., first, 98 feet 9 inches; Ja- mn Rohlfing, second, 95-1; Alex Green, third, 81-6; and Saman. aa Purple, first, 66-0. Winners ages 10-11i ncluded Matt Kell- aer, first, 182-8; Tyler Townsend, second, 170-0; and Kyle /harton, third, 166-1. Winners ages 12-13 were Andy Chunn, h-st, 223-9; Cory Chunn, second, 180-5; Anthony Lynch, third, i69-9;, and Tina Confer, first, 39-. George Hadder won a first with 230-7 in the 14-15 age boys' division. Above is Tony Tay- lor, 10, of Lewes; below is Andrew Abele, 9 of Georgetown, who won his age group. 227-2500 GOLF PARK R E H O B OTH B EAC H Golf Shop Outlet End of Summer Blowout Sale[ Par 3 Course 18 Hole Putting Course Lessons &-Clinics * Golf Leagues Play Golf at Night Under The Lights!