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.: Cape Gazette SPORTS & OUTDOORS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2012 91 By Dave Frederick fredman@ca pegazette corn The fact is that Cape was just a few hundred votes away by refer- endum from having a first-class natatorium, otherwise known as a swimming pool with bleachers, but the down-home logic, "With all this water around here, why do you need a pool?" prevailed. And now a dozen years into a coed program that is immensely and unrelentingly successful, the athletes, separate boys' and girls' teams, swim an U-meet schedule in addition to the Henlopen Con- ference and state meets. But the sport is not spectator friendly in any way whatsoever; what it needs is closed-circuit TV coverage and an announcer. Last season the boys were 11-0 while the girls were 9-2. The boys were 9-1 in 2010-11 while the girls were 7-3. There are 45 athletes in this year's program. Bill Geppert Kayleigh Eckrote glides through the wa- ter during backstroke practice. leads the coaching staff with as- sistants Pete Olson, John Zacharias and Kristina Lingo. The first meet of the season is 3:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 4, at home versus Sts. Peter and Paul, followed by an away meetThurs- day, Dec. 6, at Caesar Rodney. CAPE COACH BILL GEPPERT reviews the practice plan with senior Colleen Bailey. DAN COOK PHOTOS Cape senior Colleen Bailey swims the butterfly in the Adding depth to the girls' squad are (I-r) Lindsay Bonk, Lauren Kelley, Chaley Shaver and ex- Cape freshman Sara Koon pulls through the water medley relay, change student Barbara Dobrzanska. during the breaststroke. Check outMyWebsite Galiano clan cleans up at Sea Colony Turkey Trot 5K ,M,k,;D, ,m,nguez.con z0,0 ' Top Listing Agent | ByDave Frederick Top Sales 2006, 2007, 2009, & 2011 I fredman@capegazettecom Top Producer 2005 & 2008 N[ The 10th annual Sea Colony Michael Dominguez Turkey Trot 5K to benefit 302-645-2207 (office) I /PI Delaware Special Olympics at- tracted 250 runners, all happy that 302-745-2019 (cell) l Hurricane Sandy didn't make a left turn and pay a visit. The Galiano family from north- ern V'n xda cleaned up the hard- ware as H-year-old Eli won the race in 17:48; his older sister Christina, 17, won the women's race in 19:46 and their mom, Daphine, 51, won her age group in 26"39. Eli, a freshman, and Christina, a senior at James Madison High School, are each the third person on the school's cross-country teams, but neither spoke in the third person. Eli said he will run spring track only if he gets cut from the base- ball team; when asked if he's a frustrated Shortstop trapped in a runner's body, he laughed, "How DAVE FREDERICK PHOTO ELI GALIANO cruises on home to win the Turkey Trot 5K. did you know?" women's masters winner in 22:14 The Sea Colony staff puts on while Lindsay Rambo, 10, of one of the best races on the entire Lewes, won her age group in 25:09. circuit, with plaques for special ' Jen Rambo, 42, won her age group athletes who complete the course, in 26:06 lots of raffle prizes and an under- Chris Stanley, 43, of Fruitland, standing of runners evidenced by Md. won the male masters in 19:09. plenty of post-race pizza, lack "Endless Summer" Powell, Helen Morrow, 42, was the 61, won his age group in 23:10. NEW & USED GUNS HOLSTERS AMMO GIFT CERTIFICATES S H 0 T G U N S I F L E S A N+ D 13 U N S The Judge .45LC/.410CA 2.5" & 3" barrels In Blue, Stainless Steel, and Polymer A N 28815 LEWES HIGHWAY, LEWES, DE I Phone (302) 684-5198 ~ FAX(302~ 837-2313 q" E Weekdays: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sunday: Noon - 4 p.m. M Email: - S EXTRA BARRELS EAST GERMAN ITEMS MILITARY WEAPONS .-