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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 17 - October 23, 1997 - 83 Cape soccer boosts record to 8-1-1 with wins over Eagles, Panthers By Julie Ware The Cape Henlopen 1997 Vikings soccer team boosted its overall record up to 8-1-1 by de- fearing the Smyrna Eagles and the Polytech Panthers away last Tues- day, Oct. 14, and the previous Thursday, Oct. 9. The Vikings came out with strong offense against the Eagles last Tuesday. With a pass from se- nior Danny Lee to senior Zech Bolick, the Vikings were able to grab a goal only 5:25 minutes af- ter the starting whistle of the game. The Vikings were able to grab two more goals in the game. The first was scored when Lee re- ceived the ball from senior Bill Lingo's comer kick and headed it into the goal, 17 minutes into the first half. The third and final goal for the Vikings was scored by Steele as he dribbled the ball up the field 10 minutes into the sec- ond half of the game. Most of Cape's players tried to play all offense even when a de- fensive switch was needed. Coach John Myers remarked that "Scott Steele and Danny Lee aren't play- ing enough defense in the mid- field. They are forcing Brett Williams, Josh Wyatt, and (goalie) Matt Kreitzer to record more touches on the ball than any- one else on the team." The lack of the defense in the midfield allowed Smyrna to push up the field and take almost 10 shots on goal. Smyrna received a penalty kick at the end of the first half, which accounted for their on- ly goal during the game, placing the final score at 3-1. The previous Thursday, the Vikings defeated the Panthers by a score of 6-1. The Vikings con- tinued to play hard throughout the game and ended up outshooting the Panthers 37-10. Both teams opened up with strong defense, making it tough for either side to score a goal. With five minutes remaining in the first half, senior Jimmy Der- rick was able to chip the ball to Steele who then scored, placing the Vikings ahead 1-0 at the close of the half. Starting the second half with strong offense, Cape's Lee put pressure on Polytech's goalie and buried the ball in the net after the goalie dropped it. Ten minutes lat- SOME IN STOCK ITEr,ls ," 'k '/r SCOPES KNIVES Cot.o STEEL Trophy flounder Madelyn Miller of Lewes caught this 11-1/2-pound flounder in mid-September on the fishing pier at Cape Henlopen State Park and weighed it in at Hoss's Pier One Bait and Tackle. "The fishing's been great this year on the pier," said Hoss Cochran. "Right now the bay is filled with trout and peo- ple have been catching them regularly." 00ockey:: . Continued from page 81 team. I als0 think our condifionin became afActor in overtime play." |Cape outshot Delmar by an 11 Io 5 margin and held a 10-7 ad- vantage in comers. Chamberlain recorded 5 saves for the Wildcats, while Erica Waples had 4 for the Vikings. Amanda Hopkins, Palekar, and [1" ;!9oly Tech Panthers. Samantha /'CaRs and Alison Gaffney con- "iributed assists. Cape's junior varsity improved its season to 8-2-2 with two victo- ,.,ties over Delmar and Poly Tech as rwelli Melissa Massey (Katie Levy ', assist) and Mallory Outten each contributed a goal in Cape's 2-1 shootout over Poly Tech last Thursday. Jen Hudson scored for /Poly Tech. Katie Levy scored the lone goal in Cape's 1-0 win over Delmar. Alexia Waples spread out the -Vanessa Morris and Zina Hense Scoring at one apiece last Thurs- ! shared goalkeeping duties on day in Cape,s 3-0 vk-in over the '.:Tuesday. er, Steele sent the ball into the net off of an assist from senior Der- rick Quillen. Lee managed to score once again, 58:30 minutes into the game. Steele received the ball from Cape's corner kick and passed it to Lee who sent the ball into the net. Steele recorded one additional goal for the game only one minute after Bolick's penalty kick which accounted for the sixth goal of the game for the Vikings. Though the Polytech Panthers were able to slip by the Cape Hen- lopen Vikings and score with only five minutes left in the game, the Vikings still managed to come out on top. Junior Bill Brennan com- mented that "Polytech isn't a big threat to us like Caesar Rodney and some of the tougher upstate schools are." Polytech might not have been seen as a threat but that didn't in- fluence the Vikings to let up at all during the game, which allowed them to finish hard with a'6-1 vic- tory. The Vikings play home on Tuessday, Oct. 21, at 7 p.m. against Woodbridge. They will al- so face Caesar Rodney on Thurs- day, Oct. 23, away at 7 p.m. Tourney winner Tiffany Steele won the 10- 14-year-old age class in the 18th Annual Bethany Fen- wick Area Chamber of Com- merce Surf Fishing Tourna- ment. 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