Newspaper Archive of
Cape Gazette
Lewes, Delaware
Jim's Towing Service
November 19, 2004     Cape Gazette
PAGE 120     (120 of 148 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 120     (120 of 148 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
November 19, 2004
 

Newspaper Archive of Cape Gazette produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




120 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19- Nov. 22, 200.4 Hockey Continued from page 119 A timely interception by Viking midfielder Laura Olenderski stalled Concord&apos;s attack midway through the period, and backs Laura Mcllvain and Jackie Warren and midfielder Danielle Renken collapsed the defense key to keep Concord out of the scoring circle. But the biggest defensive mo- ment came when junior goalie Ellery Mathews stopped a whistler by Fox on a Concord short corner with 6:00 to play in the half. The period ended as Schlezes sprinted along the alley to get within firing range. With just over aminute gone in the second period senior tri-cap- tain Coveleski fired the shot that was heard around Rullo Stadium. The center forward won a mid- field scramble and set out for open territory. With one defender in close, Coveleski lunged and leaned right just inside the circle, then launched a shot that would, have made a Punkin Chunker proud. The ball banged under the crossbar, then rattled inside the cage to put the Vikings ahead 2-0. "What an awesome shot that was," said Frampton. "And that shot was so Sam." The Cape defense fought off Concord short corners during the next five minutes as Warren and sister Jen Warren, Mcllvain and Erin Bailey all had big clears for Cape. The contest turned into a mid- field battle until a fast break by Williams brought the action in front of the Concord goal. With 11 minutes left and on Cape's fifth comer of the game, LaUra Olen- derski snagged a rebound arid passed it to Coveleski, who slipped" it in for the Vikings' final score. Cape defense battled a pressing Concord front line for much of the last 15 minutes. Mathews had an- other big save when Schlezes fired what looked like a goal at the 14:00 mark, and Renken, Olden- derski and Laura Layton dogged the Concord midfield. The Raiders sole goal came with just over a minute left in the game as Jackie Allmand directed one in to the left comer. "Our defense has been great this season," said Frampton. "Laura Mac, Jackie and Jen all did an awesome job tonight; really everybody did." For the senior defenders of Lau- ra Mcllvain and Jackie Warren, tonight's contest is what they've been waiting for. "We're seniors, and we've been playing together since seventh grade," said Mcllvain. "This year, we didn't want to stop short of a shot at the state championship. Wewanted to play out this season until the absolute end." "Either way you look at it, we've put in our last week of practice and we'll be playing our last game for Cape tonight. We're excited and we want that one last win." Cape's Sam Coveleski goes low and fires this shot for a goal and a 2-0 Vikings lead en route to a 3-1 victory over Concord. Above, little sister Leigh Mellvain, right, gives big sis- ter Laura a hug during the post-game celebration of the 3-1 victory over Concord last Tuesday. At right, Amanda Haxton knocks down a high pas and controls the ball at midfield with Concord's Ellen Meara in pursuit. First, year head coach Amanda Frampton has watched her team mature into a state title contender -'an achievement the Lady Vikings will strive for Friday, Nov. 19, when it faces Cae- sar Rodney in the state finals at 7:15"p.m. at Rullo Stadium in NewariL The Riders handed Cape its lone loss early in the season. l I 171[IT--T-]F---IlUl IIIilIIIF ' P H < 1 ITi =_ lll-YT]l'] IInl NlI-NlillllnlullllmllllUllilllliilll]- 111 ......... l I  1 'llTIrlrlTllllrHi; - 120 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19- Nov. 22, 200.4 Hockey Continued from page 119 A timely interception by Viking midfielder Laura Olenderski stalled Concord's attack midway through the period, and backs Laura Mcllvain and Jackie Warren and midfielder Danielle Renken collapsed the defense key to keep Concord out of the scoring circle. But the biggest defensive mo- ment came when junior goalie Ellery Mathews stopped a whistler by Fox on a Concord short corner with 6:00 to play in the half. The period ended as Schlezes sprinted along the alley to get within firing range. With just over aminute gone in the second period senior tri-cap- tain Coveleski fired the shot that was heard around Rullo Stadium. The center forward won a mid- field scramble and set out for open territory. With one defender in close, Coveleski lunged and leaned right just inside the circle, then launched a shot that would, have made a Punkin Chunker proud. The ball banged under the crossbar, then rattled inside the cage to put the Vikings ahead 2-0. "What an awesome shot that was," said Frampton. "And that shot was so Sam." The Cape defense fought off Concord short corners during the next five minutes as Warren and sister Jen Warren, Mcllvain and Erin Bailey all had big clears for Cape. The contest turned into a mid- field battle until a fast break by Williams brought the action in front of the Concord goal. With 11 minutes left and on Cape's fifth comer of the game, LaUra Olen- derski snagged a rebound arid passed it to Coveleski, who slipped" it in for the Vikings' final score. Cape defense battled a pressing Concord front line for much of the last 15 minutes. Mathews had an- other big save when Schlezes fired what looked like a goal at the 14:00 mark, and Renken, Olden- derski and Laura Layton dogged the Concord midfield. The Raiders sole goal came with just over a minute left in the game as Jackie Allmand directed one in to the left comer. "Our defense has been great this season," said Frampton. "Laura Mac, Jackie and Jen all did an awesome job tonight; really everybody did." For the senior defenders of Lau- ra Mcllvain and Jackie Warren, tonight's contest is what they've been waiting for. "We're seniors, and we've been playing together since seventh grade," said Mcllvain. "This year, we didn't want to stop short of a shot at the state championship. Wewanted to play out this season until the absolute end." "Either way you look at it, we've put in our last week of practice and we'll be playing our last game for Cape tonight. We're excited and we want that one last win." Cape's Sam Coveleski goes low and fires this shot for a goal and a 2-0 Vikings lead en route to a 3-1 victory over Concord. Above, little sister Leigh Mellvain, right, gives big sis- ter Laura a hug during the post-game celebration of the 3-1 victory over Concord last Tuesday. At right, Amanda Haxton knocks down a high pas and controls the ball at midfield with Concord's Ellen Meara in pursuit. First, year head coach Amanda Frampton has watched her team mature into a state title contender -'an achievement the Lady Vikings will strive for Friday, Nov. 19, when it faces Cae- sar Rodney in the state finals at 7:15"p.m. at Rullo Stadium in NewariL The Riders handed Cape its lone loss early in the season. l I 171[IT--T-]F---IlUl IIIilIIIF ' P H < 1 ITi =_ lll-YT]l'] IInl NlI-NlillllnlullllmllllUllilllliilll]- 111 ......... l I  1 'llTIrlrlTllllrHi; -