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102 NOVEMBER 10, 2014 Cape Gazette Vikings and Ravens own last win in overtime at home beating Charter 5-4 on a goal by six hockey state championships Cam Dennis and Delmar going to overtime at home before beating Dover 3-2. By Dave Frederick Concord coach Sandy Wermus Tower Hill, coached by Cape fredman@capegazette.corn said after the game. "I know the graduate. Robin Adair, beat St. final score read 5-0 but it was George's 3-0 in the other Tuesday The Cape hockey team opened a much better game than that. opening-round game. the defense of its triple state Cape shoots really well, and you "Tournament hockey is all championship at Champions can't give them opportunities, about surviving and moving on," Stadium Nov. 5 by wearing out and the ones you get you have to said Cape's Kate Windett-Olsen, a quick and relentless Concord convert. I wish them good luck in head coach of the Cape program squad 5-0, outshooting the Raid- the tournament." that has won 13 straight state ers 19-3 with a 20-3 advantage in Seeding counts for zero once tournament games including the penalty corners, the 16-team tournament gets last five by shutout. "You have to "I'm proud of my kids for the underway as was evidenced on play in the moment and let the season they had and for coming an opening-round Tuesday that game develop and come to you. here to Cape and not backing saw Sussex Tech win at Sanford We are able to do that with four down from the moment at all," 1-0 on a goal by Torrie Huk, Poly- Continued on page 106 MARLEE MCGINNESS, a senior, flies to the ball trailed the Vikings' 5-0 win over Concord Nov. S. DAVE FP, EDERICK PHOTOS by Sarah Raab during Cape freshman Annie Judge gets her first state tournament goal on a perfect Cape's Tess Bernheimer Pressures Cape's Erin Coverdale, an uncannily good player, battles Concord's Stephanie pass from Erin Coverdale. the rnidfield. Rydgren in the midfield. iam's labrum- The Mira- cles' song"Mickey's Mon- IJ key" is playing in my head - must bethe alliteration. Liam - Zolper had been temporarily sidelined with a torn labrum in his shoulder (didn't have those .when I played). Succinctly put, it is cartilage, and he is having it surgically repaired On the day of Cape' s last game versus myrna. "He plays the warrior sports - football, wrestling and lacrosse," said his dad Matt. "We are hoping he gets back in time for lacrosse season." I know the magician John Knarr of Elite Fitness will be work- ing with Liam, so he will be in great hands. The toughest part of sports is injury or maybe lack of playing time for no logical reason. Killer smile - Carrie Lingo didn't become captain of the United States Field Hockey team and endure seven knee operations and play in more than 100 international competi- tions because she is soft. Carrie is a natural resource for Cape sports and now a volunteer assistant in field hockey, a com- forting presence on game day. Carrie embodies "The Power of Nice" and knows about prepar- ing and playing hard, and really, what else is there to know? A bright White night - Henry White, class of'74, and his son George, class of'96, were at the Cape vs. Sussex Tech football game, having attended the funeral of coach Tom Hickman a few days earlier. Both are great guys and loyal to Cape. In my opinion, Henry White, who went on to Colgate and led the nation in all-purpose yardage before embarking on a career with DuP0nt, would make a great graduation speaker. I don't get a vote, but I do have this little old column. Let my prayer people go - The Wisconsin Freedom From Religion football prayers after games and grace before meals controversy (why not?) started on my desktop, and anything I can do to poke, prod, annoy or LIAM ZOLPER will undergo shoulder surgery; crosse season. tickle the controversy gives me a twisted sense of self-satisfac- tion. Somewhere locally lurking is the anonymous zealot who kicked the can to Wisconsin. I experienced 12 years of Catholic school indoctrination, and it iust didn't take. But here in the pub- lic land of diversified education, DAVE FREDERICK PHOTOS he hopes to be ready for la- there are protections against prayers and paperbacks, and I get it to a point, but mostly I think adults give themselves way too much credit for mold- ing the minds of teenagers. This isn't Claymation or a Mr. Potato Head assembly required cere- Continued on page 107