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82 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 6 - November 12 1998 From The Ca Gazette&apos;s Traveler Series::: Dave Frederick photo Parents hooor Cape High athletes Parents of athletes filled the fields at Cape Henlopen High School Friday, Oct. 30, at Parent's Night. The annual event is an opportunity for parents to show support for their chil- dren, who maintain solid academics in order to be eligible to participate in sports. Shown is the Myers family, (l-r) Sue, Chris and John. Chris not only plays soccer for his dad, "Coach," but he also plays in the band. Hockey Continued from page 81 from the left side of the goal, just inside the scoring circle. A minute later, Walls rifled a pass from BillieJo Brittingham that hit the right post. Cape pressured again at the 10- minute mark, when reserves Katie Levy and Maren Ford joined Walls to knock on the Raider door again, but Conley came up with another of her 21 game saves to keep the Raiders in the contest. Halfback Sara Arensberg stopped Raider forward Becky Rafail in a runaway break on the Bridge's next possession to keep the Vikings' slim margin alive as the clock read 6:30. After what looked to be a bro- ken play at the 4:30 mark, Wood- bridge forward Kris Hating found the ball in the right corner and sent it to Angie Rafail, who pushed it over the goal line for the tying score. It was the Raiders' first shot on goal in more than 26 minutes, but good enough to send the game to the extra period. In the seven-on-seven overtime, the stunned Viking squad faced a Hitters Continued from page 81 awarded by formula - age and weight taken into account; old and strong, fat guys gain major advan- tage - for the top-five places in each division. For information call 674-4766 and see who an- swers, or e-mail at <Doverpow->. WAVES WIN AGAIN - Goals by Lauren Folke, Erin Williams, hungry Raider team, that had managed only one earlier season win. The Woodbridge Seven wasted no time as they drew a corner in the opening seconds of play and went for the go-ahead goal just 20 seconds into the period, when Becky Rafail duplicated her twin sister's second-half score. The Cape offense that had dominated in regulation was unable to man- age a single shot on goal in over- time. The loss marked Cape's fourtlh this season, bringing the team to m disappointing 6-4-4 record. "It':s been a rough season," said teann captain Griffith. "We wanted this win so badly. I just hope that if we get a chanc,e to ilay in the tournament, we can show what this team is capable of. I really still believe that." JV ACTION - Cape's junior varsity saw its first loss of the sere- son last Friday, dropping t,o Seaford 2-1 in a darkness-shortt- ened second period. Clara Hollingsworth scoreM Cape's single goal. The Woodcl: bridge contest ended in a 0-.0 score as darkness again shortene;d the game. Cape traveled to A.II. du Pont in a "must-win" scenariio for tournament berth hopes. Khara Conlon and Lauren Cooper paced the Henlopen Waves girHs 14 and under soccer team to a 4--1 victory over Dover. The win keeps the gifts undde- feated in the Central Delawatre Soccer Association." Outstandimg play by Christa Baird, Paige Fitzgerald, Ann Thompson amd Lindsey Schoonover limite.d Dover to only four shots. Jessica Folke had several nice assists in the game. Ben McCeney is the coach of the team. i I I i Rehoboth restaurateurs reconnoitering This group of current and former Rehoboth Beach restaurateurs met in Australia in February 1998 for a reunion of sorts. Leo Medisch, Bee Neild and Keith Fitzgerald of the Back Porch Cafe tracked down Victor Pisapia who now operates a successful restaurant in Sydney called "The Rattlesnake Grill." Pisapia was one of the original partners in The Back Porch and a for- mer partner in Rehoboth's Blue Moon. The group is shown here on the beach of Byron Bay on Australia's east coast catching up on old times and all the news from Sussex County with the help of the Cape Gazette. Shown (I-r) are Neild, Fitzgerald (in back), Stephen Morroney of Key West, Pisapia and Medisch. CAPE Running commentary Lewes resident Rusty Laporte ran his fourth BOston Marathon on April 20,1997, in three hours and 17 min- utes which qualified him to run again in 1998. He is pictured here at the infamous start of the marathon in the town of Hopkinton, Mass. catching up on the home- town scoop in the Cape Gazette. Rusty's wife, Arleen, volunteered at the Athletes Village in Hopkinton which supplies a safe haven for the marathoners prior to their excursion to "Beantown." 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