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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 10 - October 16, 1997 - 87 ESTS' Angle Moon photo Lake Forest's Yann Faho blocks Cape's Brad Reed's attempts to get to the ball during Tues- day night's game played under the lights at Cape. Cape soccer falters in 5-0 loss to Dover before rebounding 4-0 against Lake Forest By Julie Ware This year's Cape Henlopen soc- cer team got back on track Tues- day night, after their first loss of the season on the previous Thurs- day, with a 4-0 win over Lake Forest High School. The Vikings' record stands now at 7-1-1. The Vikings started the game with a lot of offense and managed to record 18 shots for the half, on- ly one of which was a goal. Chris Myers threw an out-of-bounds ball into the game right onto se- nior Derrick Quillen's feet, which then allowed Quillen to get around the Spartans' defense and rip the ball into the net, 10:29 minutes into the game. During the second half of the game, the Vikings were able to place the ball into the net another three times while also keeping the Spartans from scoring. Senior Bill Lingo put the ball into the net twice, one of which was off of an assist from senior Scott Steele. The fourth goal of the game, recorded with only I0 minutes left, was scored by Derrick Quillen on a penalty shot. Cape's defense, controlled by Brett Williams and Matt Hall, worked hard against the Spartans. Varsity coach John Myers com- mented that the defense wouldn't have to work as hard if the Vikings were able to attain more ball control from the midfielders. This was one of the problems that the Vikings faced the previous Thursday, Oct. 2, against the Dover Senators, which accounted for the Vikings' first loss of the season. Coach Myers remarked that it was "probably Dover's best game of the season and probably our worst." Dover recorded a 5-0 shutout against Cape, which gave the Vikings their first loss of the sea- son. The Vikings' small mistakes turned into big mistakes against Dover. Both teams were angry towards the end of the half, and their anger came out, which accounted for 8 yellow cards issued during the game. Coach Myers remarked that "this was just one of those games that you have to get over and make sure that it doesn't happen again." Football Continued from page 84 Shaffer, O.J. Wilson, Deshon James, Malik Lopez and Darius James kept quarterback O'Neill off balance for most of the evening. And linebackers Mark Moore and Haywood Burton also added aggressive play from the lineback- ing position. Cape's final touchdown came on a toss left sweep as Elijah Wor- thy read the blocks of unsung hero linemen Robert Hahn and Barry Barlow. NOTES- Cape faces a "wound- ed animal" Friday night in the 1-3 Seaford Bluejays. Seaford out- played Sussex Central last Friday night and led 17-5 with under six minutes remaining before losing 18-17. The Blue Jays feature bruising inside running fullback Elax Woods who carries the ball in excess of 30 times a ball game...The Vikings have gotten off to fast starts the last four years only to falter in the second half of the season. "We're playing more people this year and we're healthy," said Brian Donahue. This year's team has accomplished a lot, but the second half of the season begins in Seaford on Friday night. Entry Lock or Titan Deadbolt Turn knob lock inside, key lock outside. Reinforced body. Polished brass finish. 5013826, 5013735 I BRAND Plastic Sheeting Tough linear plastic adds puncture resistance and strength. All-purpose. 3 rail. Clear or black. 58205,09 Tall Kitchen Bags 90 heavy-duty, leakproof trash bags on easy to tear-off roll. 13 gallon size. 66299 Lawn & Leaf Bags 30 heavy-duty leakproof bags on easy tear-off roll. 39 gallon size. 68574 BRAND Paper Rags sco00 Clothlike strength with sponge-like absorbency. Box of 200. 19365 645-6658