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?r Cape's Sam Covelski winds up for a shot in the Lady Vikings 2-1 quarterfinal victory over Lake Forest on Nov. 13. Hockey Continued from page 26 Renken. "Now we get to go to play on turf, which we like. We're a turf team." Cape outshot Lake 10-3 and held a 17-2 advantage in corners. Viking goalie Ellery Mathews had two saves on the day; Holt had 8 for the Spartans. SHORT HITS - Veteran coach Pat Borowski, who has spent a generation producing quality Lake Forest hockey teams, has never won on the Cape field. Lake was hoping for poetic justice on Saturday when the seventh- seeded Spartans made their bid to upend the second-seeded Vikings. Last year, the seventh- seeded Vikings upset the second- seed Lake squad to win a spot in the semifinals at Rullo Field• Hook Continued from page 26 SNIPPETS - Field hockey goes after Concord Tuesday night at the University of Delaware car- peted Rullo field. One step at a time, but with Tower Hill elimi- nated it is certainly anyone's tour- nament. Soccer was Monday night at Wesley for a chance to play CR in the semifinals. The Ravens win ugly against the Jets in New York winning in overtime and host Dallas next Sunday. Baltimore is sitting at 6- 3. The All-State football team is selected by coaches and sports- writers and, yes, I get a ballot. What is really impossible is pick- ing offensive lineman you have seen throughout the season• If you're not a coach breaking down film it's just really hard to tell who has the best center• Cape wrestling has a record number of kids this year.- The boys practice at the Ninth Grade Campus using the area in front of the seats in the theater. It's not the best of situations, especially be- cause some teachers complain about it for reasons that escape me. A teacher once said, "That's for letting me use your room after school." I responded, "It's not my room. I'm just assigned there dur- ing the school day." All territori- Mists need to learn that lesson. Go on now, git! Cape Little League seeks boardmembers The Cape Henlopen Little League is looking for people to participate • on its board for the 2005 Little League season. The Cape Henlopen Lit- de League serves 13-18 year old players in the Milton, Lewes and Re- hoboth Little League Districts. Anyone wishing to help with the league should call league president Kristi Betts at 684-3737. CAPE GAZETTE, Tuesday, Nov. 16 - Nov. 18, 2004 - 27 C Lpe closes out XC season By Dave Frederick Swimming in the talent pool of previous years, the boys and girls cross country teams O f Cape Hen- lopen may have brought home a pair of state championships. But this year Division II was loaded. and although the Vikings showed up and pushed their best times the Henlopen Conference boys cham- pions had tosettle back into third behind Archmere and Tatnall, while the girls placed fifth with the team tile going to Tatnall. "I'm sad my running career is over," said Cape's Becky Riede!. "Now I can't wait for swimming to start. I think some day I may become a triathlete." Jen Betts, Cape's No. 1 runner for most of the season, ,seemed oblivious to her time and place (17th in 21:02) after the race, say- ing she just ran as hard as she could and tried to do her best. She was followed across the fin- ish line by Becky Riedel (18th in 21:10), Marybeth Betts (3fith in 22:19), Natalie Dorman (53rd in 23:20) and Noellia Brady (60th in 23:41). The Cape boys ran a combina- tion of seven runners they hadn't sent to the starting line all season. Andrew Rogan (18th in 17:41), Evan Mock (25th in 18:01) and .Rory Rogan (28th in 18:05) were in their usual position of top three, but were followed by an unlikely Dave Frederick photo Cape's Nate Long heads to the finish line in a personal best time of 18:23. cast featuring Nate Long (37th in 18:23), Jake Tartal (43rd in 18:35), John Gardiner (18:37) and Steve Peet (19:43). Alex Makowski, a hero coming down to the end of the season, had a stress fracture and had to sit out. Long moved into the varsity lineup to replace Makowski and responded with a personal record 18:23 good for fourth man on the Cape team. Long delighted his teammates by waving back as they encouraged him at the finish line. "It was just my best time and it felt good," Long said after the race. "I just kept working hard and having fun all season. I'm happy I could help out today.". Zm thel00endarv mste* includes unlimited VqEEKDAYS 11 a.m.--3 p.m. beverages & dessert each week. Served with , .................... unlimited salad or breaii:i :: sticks. Includes dessert. ?r Cape's Sam Covelski winds up for a shot in the Lady Vikings 2-1 quarterfinal victory over Lake Forest on Nov. 13. Hockey Continued from page 26 Renken. "Now we get to go to play on turf, which we like. We're a turf team." Cape outshot Lake 10-3 and held a 17-2 advantage in corners. Viking goalie Ellery Mathews had two saves on the day; Holt had 8 for the Spartans. SHORT HITS - Veteran coach Pat Borowski, who has spent a generation producing quality Lake Forest hockey teams, has never won on the Cape field. Lake was hoping for poetic justice on Saturday when the seventh- seeded Spartans made their bid to upend the second-seeded Vikings. Last year, the seventh- seeded Vikings upset the second- seed Lake squad to win a spot in the semifinals at Rullo Field• Hook Continued from page 26 SNIPPETS - Field hockey goes after Concord Tuesday night at the University of Delaware car- peted Rullo field. One step at a time, but with Tower Hill elimi- nated it is certainly anyone's tour- nament. Soccer was Monday night at Wesley for a chance to play CR in the semifinals. The Ravens win ugly against the Jets in New York winning in overtime and host Dallas next Sunday. Baltimore is sitting at 6- 3. The All-State football team is selected by coaches and sports- writers and, yes, I get a ballot. What is really impossible is pick- ing offensive lineman you have seen throughout the season• If you're not a coach breaking down film it's just really hard to tell who has the best center• Cape wrestling has a record number of kids this year.- The boys practice at the Ninth Grade Campus using the area in front of the seats in the theater. It's not the best of situations, especially be- cause some teachers complain about it for reasons that escape me. A teacher once said, "That's for letting me use your room after school." I responded, "It's not my room. I'm just assigned there dur- ing the school day." All territori- Mists need to learn that lesson. Go on now, git! Cape Little League seeks boardmembers The Cape Henlopen Little League is looking for people to participate • on its board for the 2005 Little League season. The Cape Henlopen Lit- de League serves 13-18 year old players in the Milton, Lewes and Re- hoboth Little League Districts. Anyone wishing to help with the league should call league president Kristi Betts at 684-3737. CAPE GAZETTE, Tuesday, Nov. 16 - Nov. 18, 2004 - 27 C Lpe closes out XC season By Dave Frederick Swimming in the talent pool of previous years, the boys and girls cross country teams O f Cape Hen- lopen may have brought home a pair of state championships. But this year Division II was loaded. and although the Vikings showed up and pushed their best times the Henlopen Conference boys cham- pions had tosettle back into third behind Archmere and Tatnall, while the girls placed fifth with the team tile going to Tatnall. "I'm sad my running career is over," said Cape's Becky Riede!. "Now I can't wait for swimming to start. I think some day I may become a triathlete." Jen Betts, Cape's No. 1 runner for most of the season, ,seemed oblivious to her time and place (17th in 21:02) after the race, say- ing she just ran as hard as she could and tried to do her best. She was followed across the fin- ish line by Becky Riedel (18th in 21:10), Marybeth Betts (3fith in 22:19), Natalie Dorman (53rd in 23:20) and Noellia Brady (60th in 23:41). The Cape boys ran a combina- tion of seven runners they hadn't sent to the starting line all season. Andrew Rogan (18th in 17:41), Evan Mock (25th in 18:01) and .Rory Rogan (28th in 18:05) were in their usual position of top three, but were followed by an unlikely Dave Frederick photo Cape's Nate Long heads to the finish line in a personal best time of 18:23. cast featuring Nate Long (37th in 18:23), Jake Tartal (43rd in 18:35), John Gardiner (18:37) and Steve Peet (19:43). Alex Makowski, a hero coming down to the end of the season, had a stress fracture and had to sit out. Long moved into the varsity lineup to replace Makowski and responded with a personal record 18:23 good for fourth man on the Cape team. Long delighted his teammates by waving back as they encouraged him at the finish line. "It was just my best time and it felt good," Long said after the race. "I just kept working hard and having fun all season. I'm happy I could help out today.". Zm thel00endarv mste* includes unlimited VqEEKDAYS 11 a.m.--3 p.m. beverages & dessert each week. Served with , .................... unlimited salad or breaii:i :: sticks. Includes dessert.