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34 - CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, October 10 - Thursday, Cape gets win over the Eagles Continued from page 33 Kaminski was good on both PAT attempts. McDowell used two quarter- backs throughout the game get- ting a touchdown pass from McPike and a touchdown run from Coveleski to go along with 130 Brisco yards. "I think the best part about Sun- day was that although the team won they weren't happy about it," McDowell said. "They knew they didn't play well. That is some- thing different that hasn't been October 12, 2006 here in awhile. I heard some of them say that when Smyrna scored on the fumble, 'Oh no, this is like last year!' But instead of giving into the idea of oh no, what else is going to happen, they stepped up and they won the game. I am proud thai, their focus remains on winning the football game." Smyrna was at the Cape five yard line when they turned the ball back to the Vikings with only seconds remaining. Cape received outstanding de- fensive efforts from Stephan Fitzgerald, Casey Fagan and Jim- mie McDowell. Cape will play once beaten Howard at Wesley College on Fri- day Oct. 13. Game time is 7 p.m. Hook Continued from page 33 Bears, so I park at the gym and people say, "There goes Dabear." But anyway, local runner Jim Bastian has been the unrelenting Rex Grossman fan since he came out of college - Rex not Jim - and made a bet with me that at the end of their pro careers Grossman would have been more successful than the guy I choose, Kyle Boiler. I think Rex just went into the lead on that comparison. The longtime Bears fan, who visited Soldier Field on vacation, is per- sonal trainer Johnny Morris. Speaking of pro football, don't forget to smile at a Steeler fan and asked them what is wrong with your team? SNIPPPETS - I first saw her when she was in junior high run- ning the mile in a track meet. She looked and ran like a well condi- tioned triathlete. Later I intro- duced her as she was inducted in- to Tim Bamforth's Seashore Strid- er Hall of Fame. When she was a junior in high school I gave her a Valentine's Day card. "If you and son Jack ever break up he's getting thrown out of the family," I wrote. Last Saturday at St. Edmond's Church in Rehoboth, Suzannah Martin became my daughter-in- law. This is just a wonderful min- gling of families so learn this les- son. "Don't talk about anybody around Sussex County because we're all related to each other." Once I was standing someplace and someone started to talk about Jay Prettyman, the former owner of the Rusty Rudder. "Stop fight there before you get into any more trouble," I said. "Jay and I are related." There was a pause. "How are you guys related?" "His dog and my dog are broth- ers." God, I love this town! Go on now, git! Cape running back Isaiah Brisco gained 130 yards on 30 carries for the Vikings in the victo- ry over the Smyrna Eagles last Sunday. Uptoa $1,000 Now- 12/31/06 One year Pay Back 8% APR Sussex County Federal Credit Union @ "People Helping People" Member Owned www.sussexcfcu.com 34 - CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, October 10 - Thursday, Cape gets win over the Eagles Continued from page 33 Kaminski was good on both PAT attempts. McDowell used two quarter- backs throughout the game get- ting a touchdown pass from McPike and a touchdown run from Coveleski to go along with 130 Brisco yards. "I think the best part about Sun- day was that although the team won they weren't happy about it," McDowell said. "They knew they didn't play well. That is some- thing different that hasn't been October 12, 2006 here in awhile. I heard some of them say that when Smyrna scored on the fumble, 'Oh no, this is like last year!' But instead of giving into the idea of oh no, what else is going to happen, they stepped up and they won the game. I am proud thai, their focus remains on winning the football game." Smyrna was at the Cape five yard line when they turned the ball back to the Vikings with only seconds remaining. Cape received outstanding de- fensive efforts from Stephan Fitzgerald, Casey Fagan and Jim- mie McDowell. Cape will play once beaten Howard at Wesley College on Fri- day Oct. 13. Game time is 7 p.m. Hook Continued from page 33 Bears, so I park at the gym and people say, "There goes Dabear." But anyway, local runner Jim Bastian has been the unrelenting Rex Grossman fan since he came out of college - Rex not Jim - and made a bet with me that at the end of their pro careers Grossman would have been more successful than the guy I choose, Kyle Boiler. I think Rex just went into the lead on that comparison. The longtime Bears fan, who visited Soldier Field on vacation, is per- sonal trainer Johnny Morris. Speaking of pro football, don't forget to smile at a Steeler fan and asked them what is wrong with your team? SNIPPPETS - I first saw her when she was in junior high run- ning the mile in a track meet. She looked and ran like a well condi- tioned triathlete. Later I intro- duced her as she was inducted in- to Tim Bamforth's Seashore Strid- er Hall of Fame. When she was a junior in high school I gave her a Valentine's Day card. "If you and son Jack ever break up he's getting thrown out of the family," I wrote. Last Saturday at St. Edmond's Church in Rehoboth, Suzannah Martin became my daughter-in- law. This is just a wonderful min- gling of families so learn this les- son. "Don't talk about anybody around Sussex County because we're all related to each other." Once I was standing someplace and someone started to talk about Jay Prettyman, the former owner of the Rusty Rudder. "Stop fight there before you get into any more trouble," I said. "Jay and I are related." There was a pause. "How are you guys related?" "His dog and my dog are broth- ers." God, I love this town! Go on now, git! Cape running back Isaiah Brisco gained 130 yards on 30 carries for the Vikings in the victo- ry over the Smyrna Eagles last Sunday. Uptoa $1,000 Now- 12/31/06 One year Pay Back 8% APR Sussex County Federal Credit Union @ "People Helping People" Member Owned www.sussexcfcu.com