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Quick Hitters By Dave Frderick TIMMONS COMPLETES IRONMAN - Paul Timmons, a fitness counsultant from Rehoboth Beach, completed the Hawaian Ironman Triathlon October 3 on the Isalnd of Hawaii. Paul com- pleted the grueling event with the following times: 2.6 mile swim 1:13:54; 112 mile bike 6:57:15; and the 26.2 marathon run in 5:26. Congratulations to Paul Timmons. B.J. AIN'T MESSIN' - Cape graduate B.J. Joseph will begin his second year as the Laurel basket- ball coach with brand new uni- forms. "At Cape wealways wore the best and it makes a difference," Joseph said. "Maybe it will help us play a little better." B.J. recently returned from the 33rd 6nnual D.C. Basketball Clinic where guest clinicians included Coach Rick Majerus of Utah and Tubby Smith of Kentucky, the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the country last year. Coach Tubby Smith is not fat and LaSalle coach Speedy Morris is not fast. What's that all about.'? SENIOR OLYMPICS - Noth, ing like a grandparent with an au- tomatic 10 percent discount at lo- cal liquor stores strong enough to open a bottle of child-proof milk on the first try. Results from the Delaware Se- nior Olympics in the power lifting competition for The Plantations Power Lifting team are: Bill Dary- man, age 70, 2101bs; Walter Buch, Hockey Continued from page 86 od. Three minutes in, Viking for- ward Hopkins dodged past the Delmar defense and seemed tO have the goalie beat, but a slip on the turf cost her the goal as she fanned the ball. Hense came up with three saves late in the period, the last on an Elliot shot that came as the Del- mar forward broke for the goal all alone and made one move too many. With the clock on the field, Cape pressured again as the final horn sounded on Cape's fourth overtime this season. "Focus is the word," agreed captains Walls and Griffith the day after the game. "We give 110% for two and a half hours every day," said Walls. "We've been here all four years; we've seen Cape win the confer- ence and the state," said Griffith,. "Especially as seniors, this year we want it." "Three ties are frustrating," said Eisenhour before Wednesday's practice. "That's probably eating at all of us. We want no more ties; we want wins." Winning willbe on Cape's mind as the Vikings focus on the second half of the regular season, traveling to Sussex Tech on Tues- day afternoon. age 83, 85 lbs; Bill Andrews, age 65, 165 lbs; Helen Murphy, age 67, 80 pounds; Neff Murphy, age 74, 155 pounds; and Herb Post age 71, 145 pounds. DESTROYERS TAME MUS- TANGS - The Delmarva Destroy- ers semi-pro football team defeat- ed the Elkton Mustangs, 24-0, last Saturday to raise their season record to 7-2. Quarterback John Lane (Newark H.S.) hit 6 of 13 passes for 182 yards and two touchdowns. Kenny Bailey (Delaware) led the defense with six solo tackles, an interception and a fumble recovery. LEWES FIELD HOCKEY - The Lewes field hockey team, un- der the guidance of coach Patty Jo Mock, is off to a good start this early season. Lewes defeated Mil- ton in a preseason scrimmage 3-0 behind goals from Arin Richter, Amy Levy and Amanda Warring- ton. Lewes defeated Dover Air Oct. 2, 4-0, behind two goals from Shukri Gibbs and single scores from Amanda Warrinton and Sarah Ritthaler. Monday, Oct. 5, Lewes defeated Dover 2-0 as Amanda Warrington scored both goals. HOCKEY ALUMNI - Former Cape coach Sue Myers will intro- duce Robin Adair for her Oct.17 induction into the Salisbury State Hall of Fame. Adair, the coach at defending state champion Tower Hill, was a college All-American and played on the Salisbury Divi- sion III National Championship team along with teammate Donna SLAPSHOTS - Cape blanked Polytech last Thursday on the Panther field, 2-0, as Amanda Hopkins led the scoring with one goal and an assist. Lindsay King and Jodi Moore contributed a goal and an assist, respectively. The Junior Vikes continued undefeated as they shut out the Panthers, 3-0, on goals by CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October9 - Octlr 15,1998. e7 Peck, who is currently pursuing a career as a jockey. (More on that later.) Adele Mears played on Cape's 1979 state championship team and on the Old Dominion National Campionship team. Don- na Price is coaching j.v. hockey at a school in Maryland. (Don't know where; ask Marian, her mom). Brandy McMahon has earned all-conference honors while playing at Division I Rad- ford University. DELAWARE STUFF - The Blue Hen football team is ranked No. 6 in the latest 1AA poll. The field hockey team is ranked No. 6 in Division I after beating Tow- son, 3-0, improving its record to 10-l.The Blue Hen soccer team lost to No. 10 Boston University, 3-1, dropping its season record to 6-3-1, 2-2. New Hampshire de- feated the women's team 4-2 as Delaware lost for the seventh time in nine games, dropping to 2-7-1 for the season. The women's ten- nis team defeated Vermont, New Hampshire and Hartford, winning for the 47th time in 48 games. Erin Kamen (Central Bucks East), who plays third singles for Delaware, improved her career record to 42-4. EDDIE CONTI SETS SIX SCHOOL RECORDS - Speed- ster wide receiver Eddie Conti (Ocean Township/Neptune N.J.) caught seven passes for a school record 234 yards, a school record 84-yard touchdown pass from Matt Nagy, returned a punt 85 yards for a touchdown, had 401 all-purpose yards. Melissa Massey, Beth Redden, and Elizabeth Pratt. Meghan Dean and Casey Cahill were credited with assists. Goalie Vanessa Morris recorded the shutouts. On Tuesday, Jen Eckman's "little dogs" buried the Wildcats 2-0 with goals by Maren Ford and Casey Cahill to bring their season to 5-0-1. 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