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28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Tuesday, Nov. 16 - Nov. 18, 2004 60Cape goes O- 10 in 2004 grid season 7 By Dave Frederick Marty Feldman, buried in dirt up to his neck, lookedback at Gene Wilder in the movie classic, "Young Frankenstein" and said, "It could be worse. It could be raining." Then the skies opened up. Cape unplugged a monstrously bad and winless Season last Friday night losing 34-0 to the Glasgow Dragons as the young Vikings fin- ished 0-10 on the season. The skies opened up as a most serious northeast storm blew horizontal rain all four quarters, first from the northeast and later from the northwest. "We were about four players away from having a good team," said junior fullback Glenn Sam- pies. "With all the experience everyone got this year and with a few new people we should be pretty good next season." Cape opened the game with both big tackles Tony Taylor and Joey Tabler sidelined with in- juries. Casey Fagan looked like Jerome Bettis running against the Eagles on the opening drive eating up chunks of yardage and running over people. But Cape fumbled the ball away at the Glasgow 45 yard line and the Dragons put to- gether a 55-yard drive, scoring a touchdown followed by a two point conversion. "We were banging with them and playing hard," said Cape coach Sean Brennan. "These kids played hard all season." The reality is the other side also plays hard and the Dragons turned a Cape fumble inside their own 20 with less than two minutes in the half into another gix points as Cape trailed 14-0 at the half. For a team that has averaged less then a touchdown all season it certainly seemed like a long way back. Cape received gallant efforts from many of the players includ- ing defenders Shane Jensen, Ste- fan Fitzgerald, Tommy Little and Mike Morris. Cape recovered an onside kick to start the second half, but could not move the football. The Drag- ons then started to get their fast people outside where it has been "The Quick and the Dead" all sea- son and ran away with a 34 to 0 victory. The winless season matches the 0-10 season of 1988. That young team came back to post a 4-5-1 record the following year. Cape opens the 2005 season against Indian River. a team that qualified for this year's Division II state tournament. NOTES - Senior night at Cape honored Shane Jensen. Kyle King, Yun-Fei Lod, Steve Parseghian and William Webb. Both Shane Jensen and Yun-Fei Lou carried the football Friday night for posi- tive yardage. Dan Cook photo Cape running back Casey Fagan struggles for first down yardage against the Glasgow defense in Friday's loss to the Drag- ons. .:: :  ::t::M.:::::!::::i:;::::::: A. Pa .Li.'stJng. ,.for th s Auction nc udes, Many .F qe Po itica. Silk Ribbons, .Poldica]. Btttor, Ba lots, Campa gq :..::ii:::i:::::i:!.:i:;::ii::':i:i:il Merno.r .abilia OT A, WDeS, t.Ner 1000 Postcaros inoueinq many Local Real Photo taros Hare  Photos Lots or :.:;:::::i:;:;.:::i;:::: ::! i. :::! :: i;::::: .Adve..r'dnc, ,trce',[_icen_se plates, Feed S ad., Items-from All Over the Eaern Shore.. M,any Antiquarian- ..Eo,.. ks, :://?i:;i:.:::::.:.:i: ;::::::.:: ...................... ; !i::  Lea.mer Lx)ung. UOpKS=.Stack_s Of A_.ntique H..emrence .Books, Broadsides t'dnted Material of All Types Military :::::: :::::: ::":::: talenes e t.z)nestat rcems, Early Pllotos, AlBUmS, I Intypes & Lots More ', i ii ,: ::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: i:::?i ::i iiiiii: Decorated Stoneware, Early Staffordshire F3ures, Many Handswn Quilts, Victorian Ligl'Cdng & Shades Oil Lamps, ...:!:i:.ii?i..ii.ii).i:iii:ii Mini Lamps, Many Old Clocks including Blggs Rotary Clock & Admiral Dewey Gingerbread Clock, Amedcan Art Pottery, Lots of Roseville includi_ng Blackberry, Dahlrose & more, Rookwood, Moorcroft, Van Bdggle, Weller, ............................................................................................................ Hampshire Mug, Fine Porcelain Fufines, Hummels, RS Prussia Coffee Set, Nippon & Noritake China, over 30 pcs. of Azalea China, Fine Painted Porcelain Plaque, Shaving Mugs, Lots of Victorian Opalescent Glass, Cranberry Hobnail Glass, Art Glass, Mary Gregory Glass, Collection of Fenton Glass, Fenton Glass Showcase, Delaware Glass Berry Set, Old Decoys, Unusual Early Typewriter, Stone Fruit, Antique Telescopes, Large Cast Iron Coffee Mill, Bisque Head Dolls, Doorstops, Rare Hubley Iron & Brass Table Lamp, Coke & Pepsi Advertising, Porcelain Ad Signs, Lots of Woodenware, Graniteware, Yelloware, Redware, Bennington, Early Ironware, Ladies Purses, Sterling Silver, Tobacco Tins, Many Tin Toys, Rare Large Steiff Elephant Riding_Toy, Glass & Papier Mache Candy Containers, Halloween Items Black Americana, Rare Sterling Silver Coca-Cola Watch Fob, Old Pocket & WristWatches, Antique Erotic Painting from Tibet, Erotic Carved Jade Fures, Antique Fountain Pens & Mechanical Pencils, Oil Paintings including Landscape Signed Cornelius Hawkins, Artwork & Lithographs, 2 Wallace Nuttings, Collection of 25+ Oak Splint Baskets, Fine Victorian Doll Buggy, Old Violin, Hearth Tools, Andirons, Rugs & Lots More Furniture, Fine Pa. Decorated Deacon's Bench, Mini" Blanket Chest with Orig. Blue Paint, Softwood Drysink, Fancy Oak Cabinet w=th Claw Feet, 3 Drawer Chest, Unusual Wooden Post Office. from Smyrna, Delaware, Large Quilt Rack, Softwood Rope Bed, Early Blanket Chest with Bracket Feet, Floor Model Victrola, Needlepoint Bench, Eastern Shore Biscuit Block & Lots More Followed by Exceptional Lifetime Collection of 375+ Royal Doulton Character Jugs of All Types & Descriptions. Please be sure to Check our Website for Detailed Listlngs, Photos & Free Downloadable Catalogs. l-l] ---TT TllTII/IilillIlIIFIIIIltr I l- - 11 I - I llllllii[l I 1 1[TTI'I'I "['llllIIIIIIillIlIIllllFF1]I[IIIIF[I'ITII sFFTT-'T"Y 28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Tuesday, Nov. 16 - Nov. 18, 2004 60Cape goes O- 10 in 2004 grid season 7 By Dave Frederick Marty Feldman, buried in dirt up to his neck, lookedback at Gene Wilder in the movie classic, "Young Frankenstein" and said, "It could be worse. It could be raining." Then the skies opened up. Cape unplugged a monstrously bad and winless Season last Friday night losing 34-0 to the Glasgow Dragons as the young Vikings fin- ished 0-10 on the season. The skies opened up as a most serious northeast storm blew horizontal rain all four quarters, first from the northeast and later from the northwest. "We were about four players away from having a good team," said junior fullback Glenn Sam- pies. "With all the experience everyone got this year and with a few new people we should be pretty good next season." Cape opened the game with both big tackles Tony Taylor and Joey Tabler sidelined with in- juries. Casey Fagan looked like Jerome Bettis running against the Eagles on the opening drive eating up chunks of yardage and running over people. But Cape fumbled the ball away at the Glasgow 45 yard line and the Dragons put to- gether a 55-yard drive, scoring a touchdown followed by a two point conversion. "We were banging with them and playing hard," said Cape coach Sean Brennan. "These kids played hard all season." The reality is the other side also plays hard and the Dragons turned a Cape fumble inside their own 20 with less than two minutes in the half into another gix points as Cape trailed 14-0 at the half. For a team that has averaged less then a touchdown all season it certainly seemed like a long way back. Cape received gallant efforts from many of the players includ- ing defenders Shane Jensen, Ste- fan Fitzgerald, Tommy Little and Mike Morris. Cape recovered an onside kick to start the second half, but could not move the football. The Drag- ons then started to get their fast people outside where it has been "The Quick and the Dead" all sea- son and ran away with a 34 to 0 victory. The winless season matches the 0-10 season of 1988. That young team came back to post a 4-5-1 record the following year. Cape opens the 2005 season against Indian River. a team that qualified for this year's Division II state tournament. NOTES - Senior night at Cape honored Shane Jensen. Kyle King, Yun-Fei Lod, Steve Parseghian and William Webb. Both Shane Jensen and Yun-Fei Lou carried the football Friday night for posi- tive yardage. Dan Cook photo Cape running back Casey Fagan struggles for first down yardage against the Glasgow defense in Friday's loss to the Drag- ons. .:: :  ::t::M.:::::!::::i:;::::::: A. Pa .Li.'stJng. ,.for th s Auction nc udes, Many .F qe Po itica. Silk Ribbons, .Poldica]. Btttor, Ba lots, Campa gq :..::ii:::i:::::i:!.:i:;::ii::':i:i:il Merno.r .abilia OT A, WDeS, t.Ner 1000 Postcaros inoueinq many Local Real Photo taros Hare  Photos Lots or :.:;:::::i:;:;.:::i;:::: ::! i. :::! :: i;::::: .Adve..r'dnc, ,trce',[_icen_se plates, Feed S ad., Items-from All Over the Eaern Shore.. M,any Antiquarian- ..Eo,.. ks, :://?i:;i:.:::::.:.:i: ;::::::.:: ...................... ; !i::  Lea.mer Lx)ung. UOpKS=.Stack_s Of A_.ntique H..emrence .Books, Broadsides t'dnted Material of All Types Military :::::: :::::: ::":::: talenes e t.z)nestat rcems, Early Pllotos, AlBUmS, I Intypes & Lots More ', i ii ,: ::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: i:::?i ::i iiiiii: Decorated Stoneware, Early Staffordshire F3ures, Many Handswn Quilts, Victorian Ligl'Cdng & Shades Oil Lamps, ...:!:i:.ii?i..ii.ii).i:iii:ii Mini Lamps, Many Old Clocks including Blggs Rotary Clock & Admiral Dewey Gingerbread Clock, Amedcan Art Pottery, Lots of Roseville includi_ng Blackberry, Dahlrose & more, Rookwood, Moorcroft, Van Bdggle, Weller, ............................................................................................................ Hampshire Mug, Fine Porcelain Fufines, Hummels, RS Prussia Coffee Set, Nippon & Noritake China, over 30 pcs. of Azalea China, Fine Painted Porcelain Plaque, Shaving Mugs, Lots of Victorian Opalescent Glass, Cranberry Hobnail Glass, Art Glass, Mary Gregory Glass, Collection of Fenton Glass, Fenton Glass Showcase, Delaware Glass Berry Set, Old Decoys, Unusual Early Typewriter, Stone Fruit, Antique Telescopes, Large Cast Iron Coffee Mill, Bisque Head Dolls, Doorstops, Rare Hubley Iron & Brass Table Lamp, Coke & Pepsi Advertising, Porcelain Ad Signs, Lots of Woodenware, Graniteware, Yelloware, Redware, Bennington, Early Ironware, Ladies Purses, Sterling Silver, Tobacco Tins, Many Tin Toys, Rare Large Steiff Elephant Riding_Toy, Glass & Papier Mache Candy Containers, Halloween Items Black Americana, Rare Sterling Silver Coca-Cola Watch Fob, Old Pocket & WristWatches, Antique Erotic Painting from Tibet, Erotic Carved Jade Fures, Antique Fountain Pens & Mechanical Pencils, Oil Paintings including Landscape Signed Cornelius Hawkins, Artwork & Lithographs, 2 Wallace Nuttings, Collection of 25+ Oak Splint Baskets, Fine Victorian Doll Buggy, Old Violin, Hearth Tools, Andirons, Rugs & Lots More Furniture, Fine Pa. Decorated Deacon's Bench, Mini" Blanket Chest with Orig. Blue Paint, Softwood Drysink, Fancy Oak Cabinet w=th Claw Feet, 3 Drawer Chest, Unusual Wooden Post Office. from Smyrna, Delaware, Large Quilt Rack, Softwood Rope Bed, Early Blanket Chest with Bracket Feet, Floor Model Victrola, Needlepoint Bench, Eastern Shore Biscuit Block & Lots More Followed by Exceptional Lifetime Collection of 375+ Royal Doulton Character Jugs of All Types & Descriptions. Please be sure to Check our Website for Detailed Listlngs, Photos & Free Downloadable Catalogs. l-l] ---TT TllTII/IilillIlIIFIIIIltr I l- - 11 I - I llllllii[l I 1 1[TTI'I'I "['llllIIIIIIillIlIIllllFF1]I[IIIIF[I'ITII sFFTT-'T"Y