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CAPE , Friday, November 27 , December 3, 1998. 81 Submitted photo YMCA fall soccer team finishes season undefeated The Sussex Family YMCA 10-13 Fall Soccer team went undefeated this season with an 8-0 record, and won the YMCA Invitational Tournament held Nov. 7-8 at the Western YMCA. Team members are standing (l-r) Brent Thompson, Josh Maisel, Carlos Veingas, Steve Pringle, Ja- son Ellis, Brandon Clarke, co-captain Ray Tartel, co-captain Walt Wilson, Andrew Windsor and Kyler Richmond. Kneeling in front are head coach Gary Richmond, Martin Elder, Blaine Cellurale, Samantha Coveleski, Andrew Lee, Kyle Wharton, Jacob Tartel, Matt Hastings, as- sistant coach T. Coveleski. By Dave Frederick CLOSET COACH IS CROWNED - Cape football coach Brian Donahue came out of the physical education storage closet, converted into a football office, long enough to be crowned Henlopen Conference Coach of the Year by his peers. Donahue has put together back- to-back, 9-1 seasons and two- straight state tournament berths. "He definitely deserves it," was the consensus reaction from his assistant coaches, all of whom have logged some serious closet time. "Preparation is the key, ."Don- ahue said. "And having great kids doesn't hurt either." Joining Coach D. with Henlopen Confer- ence honors are first-team players Tommy Sheehan, end; Robert Hahn, tackle; Matt Graviet, cen- ter; and Elijah Worthy, running back. Cape players on the defen- sive first-team include linebackers Haywood Burton and Mark Moore, and defensive backs Ma- Ilk Lopez and O.J.Wilson. Second-team offensive honors went to punter Nick Shaffer, guard Barry Barlow and quarter- back Johnny Howard. The defen- sive second-team included Fer- nando Villegas and Shane Massey. Players were not allowed to make all-conference on both sides of the football. Worthy was the top offensive player in the conference, with 27 touchdowns and 1,248 total yards rushing. CONTI THE FULL MONTY - Some NFL team needs to grab Delaware's all-purpose scat-back receiver, Ed Conti, in the early rounds. Conti is no gamble when it comes to making touchdowns, and his size - 5 foot 9 inches and 174 pounds- is irrelevant if you can't catch the guy. Conti capped off his collegiate career at Delaware last weekend by catch- ing six passes for 110 yards and a touchdown in Delaware's 28-14 victory over James Madison (and his wife Dolly). Conti holds a to- tal of 30 school, conference and NCAA records. Saturday, Nov. 21, he broke Jerry Rice's NCAA, IAA season record by receiving a yardage record of 1,682. JACKSON ALL-CONFER- ENCE - Cape runner Chris Jack- son was re- cently named to the first team, all-Hen- lopen Confer- ece cross- country team. Jackson earned his honors by placing in the top seven in JACKSON the Henlopen Cross Country Championships, with a time in the 17:30s. Congratualations to Chris Jackson. Cape baskc:tball Continued from page 80 late. And there's the possibility I may go to Sussex Tech." "I was hoping Julius would be back by the first of the year, but it's hard to get any kind of informa- tion," said coach Ed Waples, who also c6ached Haz- zard in middle school. "I think Julius has paid his dues, but the district has its policies and procedures." The boys' team, minus Hazzard, still has players out for football, like Ricky Thompson and O.J. Wil- son. Graduating players Ronson Burton, Mardi Biles, Carl Floyd and Olin Bolden were pressed and undressed Saturday Nov. 21, in a home scrimmage against A.I. du Pont, losing a four-quarter contest by 30 points. "They came ut nressing, which we haven't worked on. and otr vo,lg guys were having trouble getting the ball upcourt. The last time I checked a scrimmage couldn't be counted as a win. It's a learn- ing experience and we learned a lot," said Waples. The basketball picture is totally out of focus at the moment and won't become clear until after the foot- ball players come out and final Cuts are made. But last year's 22-3 record and state Coach of the Year honors for Waples appear to be a lofty mountain to climb again. "Football poses some problems but we'll work around it," Waples said. "I want what's best for the school and best for the kids. It makes it all that much better because coach Donahue is such a nice guy." "I see this team as potentially better than last year's team," Waples said optimistically. "But Julius "was a big'part of that. He is as good as any player in the conference and was a leader in our program." 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