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Cape Gazette SPORTS & OUTDOORS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4 - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6 o1: 2012 31 DAN COOK PHOTOS ~:APE COACH CHRIS MATTIONI Iooksto the seniors to give the team leadership going into the season. ! I..^...:.,. 10 I,, ..^... Scott Kammerer also stops by to IIVIdttlUIllll Dt l lll5/OtH V dl roll around with the big guys. ...... " ..... U -- ---- J---" Crossfit trainer Troy Selph works with the grapplers on ,IN t.dHH WIHNIlIII IlIICll conditioning. F" r" .... o ........ we have just three seniors in i Sean Sheehan, Sean Mann and y Dave Fred rick confines of weight room be- Matt Hurlock," Mattinoni said. cause barbells don't rock you in Garrhtt Smith, Sammy Mohr, the cradle or lock you up in a Tadeo Gonzalez and Spencer Cape wrestling coach Chrisball and chain. Brittingham have graduated. Mattionni arrived at Cape 18 Kyle Hopkins returns as an as- "Overall the team is young years ago, a! Scooby Pup from sistant for the fourth straight and we need a lot of work," Mat- the Citadel, who just wandered year. Coach Mattioni also wel- tinoni said. "We have a few stars into Lewes late in the summer, comes "Dome" home as Shane who are proven with Austin 'got hired a social studies Jensen, a Cape grad who taught Smith, Aaron Mattioni, Andre teacher and Wrestling coach and and coached at Laurel the last Flowers, and Thomas Ott. We stayed on bohrd, three years, now returns to his have a few kids with great po- On Dec. Cape, it was the old school as a social studies tential - Chris Reynolds, J.J. preseasonBlue-Gold scrim-teacher. Currie and Matt Hurlock. Not mage and v restle-offs. There Volunteer assistants include sure how good the team will be; were peoplei arriving late from veterans Jeff ]ablon, David we will find a lot out this week- Mushrush, Thomas Drummond, end at the Bloomsburg Invita- Matt Graviet arid Keith Tobin. tional." taking SATs a few reluctant athletes hiding in the simple Louie Attalla, right, works for a win over Brandon Deshields. Cape's Austin Smith grapples with Ja'von Currie. Fredman Continued fr( m page 30 I nd trucks need to see. d so, som key people issed the bhs and maybe they re smart or lazy, perhaps ir- i responsible and should be bounced like an out-of-round Super K outdoor ball on a i cracked macadam court. I know some athletes who are al- ways on twohhour fog delay. Grandmom l ose: "Shrug and move on with your life. Take no responsibility for the irrespon- sibility of others." Taylor Swifter - Old Domin- ion quarterback Taylor Heinicke is the frontrunner for the Walter Payton Award as the top player in subdivision foot- ball. The 6-1, 195- pound athlete is the next Drew Brees coming out of college. He lit up Coastal Carolina like Christmas Decor on Tanger Ohtlets Dec. 1 as the Monarchs throttled the Chanti- cleers of Coastal Carolina 63-35, Heinicke threw for 497 yards and six touchdowns and ran for another two scores. George Glenn, my good friend, is director of football oper- ations at Coastal Car- olina and he knows what I know: the Chanticleer Taylor Heinicke has got to go. Who wants to explain that on a helmet? A proud and fierce rooster who dominates the barnyard - what Grandmom Rose called "cock of the walk." Schedule the Blue Hens so I can write the lead: ' in't nobody here but us chickens." Snippets- Charlie "Backup" Batch, 38, led the Pittsburgh Steelers to a 23-20 upset over the Baltimore Ravens proving Shot putter Mike Miller, a Cheez-lt chiller, evidently didn't hear the an- nouncement: "All food is not allowed." Miller placed fifth throwing 39 feet 8 inches. the country lyric, "I ain't as good as I once was but I'm as good once as I ever was." Batch is a smart and classy guy and from Pittsburgh, so he is all good for all time in the Steel City. Go on now, gift Track Continued from page 30 triple jump at 28 feet and fourth in the high jump at 4-6. Cape's 4 by 800 team of Keren Rams, Rachel Best, Mad- die Smith and Madison MacEl- revey placed sixth with an 11:48. Madison also placed sixth in the 3,200 in 12:32. Cape's 4 by 200 team of Tyra Weatherly, Kierstyn Miller, Tykia Duffy and Anshe Boyer placed seventh in 2:03.3. Tyra Weatherly placed fifth out of 49 runners in the 55-me- ter dash. There were no finals, jtist heats on time. Cape will compete at the Worcester County Recreation Center the next three Wednes- days before Christmas. Meets begin at 2 p.m. and include Henlopen Conference teams and some regional Maryland teams. Javon Sample runs second leg holds the lead in the 4 by 800. and