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9 FRIDAy, OCTOBER 25- MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013 SPORTS & OUTDOORS Cape Gazette SIC CFS In Henlopen Conference cross country action, the Vi- kings from Cape Henlopen traveled west to Sussex Tech Oct. 23 to take on the Ravens, Milford Bucs, and Delmarva Christian in the final tri meet of the year. When the dust settled piP'the 5,000-meter course, Cape ran over Milford 23-37 and Sussex Tech easily topped Cape 20-35. Sussex Tech also beat Milford 17-44. Individually in the boys' race, Cape's Austin MacElrevey set a new course record of 16:42, pulling away from Victor Rueda and lake Bamforth of Tech at the mid- way point of the race. Rueda held onto second place, hitting the line in 16:57, While Bamforth was third in 17:00. Tech's Sonny Landis was fourth in 17:12, while Milford runner Brandon Munce was fifth in 17:26. Tech fresh- man Ben Bamforth ran 17:32 for sixth place, while Tech's Sam Hete was seventh over- all in 17:34. Milford's Andrew Eschelmen ran 17:37, while Soloman Cox of Cape finished ninth in 17:40. Ryan Thornburg of Cape wrapped up the top 10 in a time of 17:42. Sussex Tech was able to place its top five runners among the top seven in the race. Vikings beat Ravens and Bucs in girls' action In girls' action, the Vikings topped both the Ravens 20-41 and the Bucs 25-34, while the Bucs also topped the Ravens 23-33. Milford's Amy Wilson won the individual title in 20:53 by five seconds over Madison MacElrevey of Cape, who hit the line in 20:58. ]anin Rodri- guez of Milford ran 21:22, while Tech's Natasha Taylor ran 21:30 for fourth place. The Vikings took the next three spots as Rachel Best was fifth in 21:36, Keren Rams was sixth in 21:59, and Sarah Dziel was seventh in 22:07. Milford's Lydia Cole was eighth in 22:14, while Megan Davidson of Tech was ninth in 22:24. Maggie Heffernan of Cape rounded out the top 10 in 22:53. Both the Vikings and the Ravens will join Indian River, Seaford and Sussex Central for the Sussex County Champion- ships to be held Tuesday, Oct. 29, at the Chapel Branch Trail in Seaford. Middle school cross country The Mariner Middle School boys' cross country team beat Phillis Wheatley 24-35, led by Mariner runner Bryan Ciabba- toni, who won the 1.5-mile race in 9:59 at the UD Virden Center. Boys' results were as follows: 1. Bryan Ciabbatoni, Mariner, 9:59; 2. Kyle Cope, Mariner, 10:04; 3. ]eremy Breeding, Wheatley, 10:07; 4. Randy Robb, Wheatley, 10:34; 5. Rejahn Hill, Wheatley, 10:36; 6. Logan Domi- nick, Mariner, 11:05; 7. Parker Brown, Mariner, 11:07; 8. Collin Nauman, Mariner, 11:12; 9. James Continued on page 103 YOUTH STRIDERS JUMP the fence in Brandywine day of strong performances. TIM BAMFORTH PHOTO Creek State Park after a DAVE FREDERICK PHOTO Fast Friends! Cape's Austin McEIrevey is flanked by Jake Bamforth on his right and Victor Rueda. The trip came through the mile together in S:OS Athletes Of TheWeek )) t JA'VON CURRIE AUSTIN MCELREVEY J.J. is a junior known best as a wrestler with great balance who toils in those tough mid-level weight classes. He is now listed at 5-foot-9, 170 pounds, but last winter he certified at 145. JJ. is a football player. He plays defen- sive back to the, q uarterback's right hand; that means lots of action and deep balls thrown in his neighborhood, not to mention power sweeps coming his way. Curry is up for it over four quarters - there is no fear. Last Friday, night he knocked down three home run shots in the second quarter; then is the second half he got touches on offense and exploded on several jet sweeps, finally scoring on a fourth-quarter 35-yard touch- .down scamper. A quiet guy, now a senior, doesn't say three words, just two, "See ya/' and off he goes. At Sussex Tech for a cross country showdown Oct. 23 versus the Sussex Tech Ra- vens and Milford Bucs, Austin came through the first mile of the 3.2-mile course with the Ravens' Jake Bamforth to his right and Victor Rueda on his left. The three are literally fast friends And then Austin started his slow burn over the last two miles, setting a course record in 16:42, pulling Victor to a 16:57 and Jake to t7:00. The Sussex County Championships are next Tuesday, Oct. 29, and the Henlopen Conference contest is Saturday, Nov. 2. Austin is a No. 1 threat in both races. JOE MCMILLON The Cape soccer team is 12-1 and has pitched eight shutouts this season. Back on defense dead center is long and athletic senior Joe McMillon, who is not his brother Sam, who is now at the University of Delaware. Sam's parents are British, and soccer is football and it's in the blood. "Joe's ability to defend has improved drastically in all areas of the position," said coach Gary Montalto. "Heading, clears, marking and positional play. This growth has been a large factor in Cape's eight shutouts and just seven goals allowed over 13 games." And just a great kid of high character goes with saying. CAMERON WICK A sophomore, first-year var- sity volleyball player, tall and athletic but the words "kill and block" don't seem to fit Cam's personality. A month ago dur- ing a match, she told referee Jim Powell she touched a ball "fourth hit" before it went back over the net, so the Cape point was taken off the board. "I never had that happen," Powell said. Cam, just 15 years old, is figuring it out against Caesar Rodney. She had 4 kills and 12 blocks at the net, many of them double rejects with Megan Hart at her side. Cam also plays lacrosse. This spring she should step into a varsity attack rotation that includes Allie Yeager, Sarah Tappan, Lexi Woodruff, Jordan Brown and others. Briefly )) Central Dynamic volleyball tryouts Delaware Central Dynamic volleyball will soon hold tryouts for the 2013-14 season. All girls interested in playing competi- tive volleyball are encouraged to try out. The DCD volleyball program is not casual volleyball. Its mis- sion is to develop players who will be able to play at a com- petitive level by offering the best coaching techniques through quality instruction and exposure to competitive tournament play: All of the DCD coaches are qualified, experienced coaches who have participated in volley- ball at many different levels as players, coaches or both. DCD will field teams for the follow age groups: 12 and under, 13-14, 15 and 16. Tryouts will be held at St. Thomas More Acad- emy, 133 Thomas More Drive, Magnolia. Twelve and under tryouts will be held Sunday, Nov. 3. Registra- tion is from 4:15 to 5 p.m. and tryouts 5 to 7 p.m. Tryouts for 13- 14,15 and 16 teams will be Sunday, Nov. 10, with registration from 5 to 5:45 p.m. and tryouts 5:45 to 8 p.m. For more information, contact Jim Clougherty at 302-284-3683, email or go to www.delawaredynam- PROUD SPONSOR OF CAPE AmLErES OF rile WEEK YOUR BEST VALUE IN WASTE, YARD 8, RE(YCLIN6 SERVICES LOCAL SERVlCE * No CONTRACTS OR SURCHARGES (302) 644-3885