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72 - CAPE GAZETI, Friday, October 31 - November 6, 1997 Angle Moon photo Cape&apos;s Samantha Catts, left, and Central's Jessiea Parker battle for the ball as Kelly Palekar, right, jumps in the fray. Hocke,0000 Continued from page 71 0-0 tie versus Central on Tuesday in a game shortened by standard time darkness. Outshooting the Socce, r Continued from page 70 the right sideline and crossed the ball in front of the goal where it was headed into the net by Cape's unsung, all-purpose player Bolich. Cape led 2-0. "Just call Zach the Energizer Bunny," Coach Myers said. "In a physical game he'll just charge in- to the crowd." Cape's relentless pressure set up a direct kick and Billie Lingo, staring at a phalanx of defenders more interested in crotch protec- tion than ball deflection, lifted a shot over the goalie's head that careened from the "wooden head- er" onto the foot of Danny Lee who tapped the ball into the goal cage. The Vikings led 3-0 at the half. Football Continued from page 70 their games. It's not a time for crybabies or slackers. This is the four-quarter football zone. Gut check and character building time. A hitter's playground! It's time to deliver the mail. The Polytechs are gone from the schedule. Cape brings five consecutive winning seasons into Friday night's game but George Glenn is Quick Hitters Dave Frederick DAPPER GETS NUMBER 75- Scott Dapp was a lieutenant on the Rehoboth Beach Patrol in the mid-'70s and early '80s. He was a constant stand partner to John Coveleski because neither of them would sit with anyone else. All those hours together talking football has paid off for both Milford Bucs 17-3 last Thursday, they snared a 1-0 victory on a Melissa Massey goal. Freshman Vanessa Morris served in goal for the Cape team. The Viking junior varsity record now stands at 11-3- 3, just one game short of its final outing. I The second half was all-neutral with Seaford getting the better chances but unable to capitalize on opportunities or solve the fid- dle of Kreitzer. "We should win 28 games over a two-year period and that's never happened before," said the grand- father of Henlopen Conference coaches John Myers. "We just need to make it to the semifinals to gain respectability." Last Thursday Cape lost a chance at the Henlopen Confer- ence title with a 4-3 loss to Caesar Rodney as the Riders mounted a three-goal comeback in the sec- ond half. "We got too happy at halftime and thought we couldn't give UP a two-goal lead," said Lingo. Derrick Quillen was in- jured in the game and will sit out for 10 days with a hip pointer. Pairings for the state tournament will be issued this Sunday night. 1 gone. Brian Donahue must run the point and make the tough deci- sions. 'Tin not nervous about a game like this," Donahue said. "That's what Coach Glenn and I came down here for, to play in big games and give Cape kids a chance to play championship football." Friday night's clash should be a humdinger. After four quarters of football the fans will find out "What's the dilly yo!" Dapp and Coveleski. Dapp is the head football coach of Moravian College in the little town of Beth- lehem, Pa. Last week's 21-6 vic- tory by the Moravian Hounds over Lebanon Valley assured Dapp of his 1 lth consecutive non- losing season as Moravian ran its record to 5-2. The victory was the 75th for Dapp, whose Moravian coaching record is an impressive 75-34-1. Congratulations to the Dapper. COACH FULTON TO THE RIVER- Popular Milton teacher Continued on page 73 Early Bird Dinner- Everyday 4-6 p.m. $6.95 to $9.95 - Open year round- Starting our Fall - Winter Menu Soon Join us this Sunday for our New Sunday Brunch 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. $15.95 Adults, $9.95 9-12 yrs, $6.95 8 yrs & under iiiiii ili '!,/ill !! : MONDAY SENIOR CITIZEN PREFIXE MEALS Salad, Entre & Dessert $7.95 to $10.95 i!!iiiiil/ili!iii! :< ....... iii!iiii / TUESDAY ALL YOU CAN EAT Pasta w/salad, & garlic bread. Spaghetti, Linguini, or Penne Pasta w / Marinara, Alfredo or Meat sauce. $8.95 WEDNESDAY FAMILY NIGHT Traditional family style dining for 2 starting at $14.95 Plus introducing "Cafe Pizza" THURSDAY - Coming soon- "Outrageous Steak Night" Call today! FRIDAY Traditional FISH FRY $12.95 Want to know the latest school news? Get on board with us. Subscribe! Call 645-7700