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I e" nse lifts Cape booters .past Seaford; drop to IR By Patrick Irelan The Cape Henlopen soccer team continued its drive toward a record breaking season, and took another step toward the state tour- nament with a big win against the visiting Seaford Blue Jays last Thusday night. The Vikings planned to come out strong against the Blue Jays and take over the game in the fn'st half. Aric Boyd, who has played a big role in Cape's defense this year, stepped up and found the back of the net to put Cape on top 1-0. Seaford bounced right back and tied the game 1-1 after Cape lost starting forward Cory Kinley to a red card that put Cape a man down going into halftime. Early in the second half Seaford scored again and came right after Cape with a fast break which Jack Lingo would save. Lingo's save was probably the play of the game. It prevented Seaford from gaining momentum, it kept their lead to 1, and allowed Cape time to regenerate their offensive attack. With only seven shots on goal the entire first half, the Vikings needed someone to take the inlti- atve and put the ball on goal. Once again Aric Boyd found the net, this time off a 25- yard rip that was unassisted. Within the next five minutes Cape would control the game, eager for the go ahead blast. Finally the oportunity to score was there, a Cape player had been fouled right in front of the goal. Andrew Williams would put the ball in motion for Brian Hig- gins to take a shot. Higgins scored and the Vikings now led 3-2. The Cape team hoped to score one more time to seal the victory, and with a corner kick being rewarded to the Vikings they had a chance. Kinley would usually take the free kick, but this time Sunil Hosmane would take the shot. Hosmane sent the ball loft- ing across the mouth of the goal hoping to find a teamates head but the ball went untouched into the upper corner of the goal. Briefly 5K to raise breast cancer awareness Hundreds of runners will con- verge on the state's capital on Sat- urday, Oct. 16, to participate in Mammography of Delaware's Breast Cancer Awareness (BCA) 5K race. The race will begin at Woodburn, the governor's man- sion in Dover. The runners will raise public awareness of breast cancer. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and pre-race festivities start at 9:45. For more information, call 739-6621. All Beach Pro 00erties. Sales & Rentals He :ey Continued from page 20 team skillwise we've seen all sea- son," added sweeper Jen Purnell. Purnell, along with center half- back Cheryl Wiggins and left half Brandy McMahon, led the Viking defense as the girls from Cape managed to reject 13 Delmar shots on goal. "I'd have to give the nod to the Cape girls defensively," com- mented Laurel coach Linda Budd. "They were marking us very well." If the best games are played from whistle to whistle, however, they are also played from goal to goal. "Our offense rose to the occa- sion today, just as the defense did," said Skoglund. "Delmar has a fast field, which is just made for a team like ours." [Cape's front line of Miller, Amy Hopkins, and Jodi LoBiondo are all members of Cape's track team.] "A pass came my way from the far side of the field," said Miller of her breakaway goal. "I just took it and went with it. I don't think anybody even tried to stop me." "From the get-go, Cape caught us a little fiat-footed," admitted Budd. "After that, it was a very evenly-matched game. It could have gone either way. Our first loss is hard to take, but I could tell last year that Cape was going to be right there this year in the action. It's a tribute to their coaching." Wednesday's victory earned the Vikings a first place in the North- ern Division of the Henlopen Conference, a position shared now with Dover who edged Lake For- est by a 14) score Wednesday. Cape varsity hosts Milford at home next Wednesday at 4 p.m. Coach Mike Eisenhour's unde- feated junior varsity will travel to Parkside on Monday afternoon. [For a summary of junior varsity action, see "People in Sports"] Herb's hit i Top Qual00 Rod Rentals Complete Une of Tackle Dewey Beach, Delaware 19971 (302) 2Lr/-0fl RL 1 & New Orlean St. Fax 227-3749 People Continued from page 20 encouragement, "You know Lind- say, if they don't score then they can't win." Lindsay smiled and said, "Thanks for not putting any pressure on me." And then the girl goes out and pitches a shutout stoning those Delmar Wildcats. I knew she could take the pressure. Cape won the game over Delmar by a 1-0 score. SNIPPETS - The big game in college football this weekend is Miami at Florida State. I was at the game of the century two years ago which ended with Florida State missing a 26 yard field goal in the closing seconds to lose the CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 8 - October 14, 1993 - 21 game. The words "wide right" will be pasted all over Tallahassee on Saturday along with a variety of obscene and otherwise tasteless placards .... Pete Nehrbas of Atlantic Litho and John Shainman of WBOC are avid Jets fans and I'm sure they're shell shocked and depressed after the Eagles came back from a 21-7 deficit with Ran- dall Cunningham and Fred Bar- nett on the sideline. Bubby versus Boomer? You've got to be kid- cling me .... The Cape Henlopen School Board had approved a j.v. program for the sport of lacrosse. A schedule of six games is planned. Also, lax enthusiast Alfred Best will run an Indoor box lacrosse program .... Former Cape football coach Bill Mul- heisen is still the head man at Christiana and has maintained one of the top programs in the state. Those other Vikings will play William Penn this Saturday .... Johnny Coveleski's Caesar Rod- ney Riders have lost close games to Newark, William Penn and Christiana and play Seaford Fri- day night. The Riders could sink to 1-4 with a very fine football team .... The Cape football team has seven players whose older brothers had also started for the Vikings. And defensive back George White's father, Henry, was a star at Cape in 1974 and coached by Bill Mulheisen .... There is a car wash scheduled at the high school Saturday morning to raise money for student Jill Joseph who is in the hospital suf- fering from a heart ailment. Joseph played doubles tennis for Cape last spring. It looks like rain so bring your own "soap. Over and out! CROWLEY ASSOCIATES REALTY, 00NC. (302) 227-6131 In or Out of State (800) 242-4213 P.O, Box 465 - 4129 Highway One Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 ..... UNSOLD - We thought this 3 BR, 2 BA was sold so we stopped advertising it. The owner wants it SOLD. Just 5 blocks to beach, nicely fur- nished, porch, FP and tenants who want to return for the season. Good deal at $125,000. 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