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Gazette SPORTS & OUTDOORS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16 - THURSDAY. DECEMBER 18, 2014 35 Thornburg lead boys' ba ;ketball past.Bucs 49-45 By Dan Cook game," said Re. "He was big in- lcook7854@aol.com side and started some fast breaks. He and Jordan [Howell] played Ryan Thornburg hit five of well in the paint." eight three-pointers and scored Re was quick to praise the play "I9 total points to lead the Cape of his back court players. Kyle boys' basketball team past the Orton hit a three-pointer for the Bucs 49-.45 Dec. 11 at Milford. Vikings, and Demetrius Price "Ryan needed to score," said scored six from the field. Cape coach Steve Re: "And he "Kyle plays with intensity," did against Milford." said Re. "He won't show up too Thornburg dropped two free much on the box score, but he is throws in the final 3 seconds to an intangible. He plays so hard. seal the game for the Vikings. Demetrius Price did a great job." Cape also needed to get the Cape travels to Woodside ball inside against the Bucs. Thursday, Dec. 18, for a Northern "David [Kwan] had a real good Division matchup with Polytech. Senior Ryan Thornburg walks calmly to the line and sinks two free throws to seal the Vikings' 49-45 win. DEMETRIUS PRICE flies past DAN COOK PHOTOS Milford's Son Martinez for a basket. Leroy Mann nearly pulls in this pass for an Outkast touchdown. Outkast wins eighth YMCA flag football championship The Outkast flag football team story as Outkast took home the each of its championships. :won its eighth straight YMCA prized gold football. "We mostly still have our core Adult League Flag Football"This one is a real special one," group," said Moore. "It's a great Championship with a convincing said Outkast Captain Robert group of guys, and we play our 50-6 win over The Pack Dec. 13 Moore. "We were tied with Lance best when we have fun on the at Lewes School field. The Pack Surfboards at seven wins each, so field." ilaad beaten Outkast earlier in the getting the eighth one is great." Outkasts had four intercep- season by two points, but the The Outkast team hasn't tions in the game with two of postseason is a whole different changed personnel much for them returned for scores. Pack quarterback Kevin Hayes, under a heavy Outkast rush, hits Demetrius Stevenson for a first down. Pack defensive back Jeremy Bagwell knocks down a pass. DAN COOK PHOTOS THE OUTKAST MEMBERS pose with their eighth straight trophy after win- ning the YMCA Flag Football Championship. In back are (I-r) Isaiah Brisco, Cordae Showell, Ryan Showell, Wade Jones, Jerron Ricketts, Devin Mann, Jon- athan Ricketts, Robert Moore, Leroy Mann, Henry Jackson and Desean Shepa- rd. Kneeling in front are Marcus Elmandorf, Jay Manuel and Rudy Thomas. Outkast defensive back Jonathim, Outkast quarterback Robert Moore Ricketts celebrates his pick from The hits a receiver for a touchdown. Pack quarterback Kevin Hayes. Fredman $~ . i Continued from page 33 iin a $50 Wawa card and you are a hero who doesn't have to go shopping. Saturday afternoon I sat in my office and watched Coastal to play with 4,000 of my closest Sunday night, I listened to he stood up, we hugged, then Carolina lose at North Dakota cyber fans. Mt. Union led Wes- Bryan Stevenson speak at Ea- he wrote this in my book, "To State onESPN 39-32 while also ley 56-0 at halftime then 70-0 in gle's Nest and afterward stood Fredman, my beloved coach watching Wesley at Mt. Union the third quarter before winning in a long line like everyone else and friend." We go back to on my computer while listening 70-21. Kevin Burke, quarterback to get my copy of his book "]ust 1977 but all those days are like to Sean Green on WDEL do the for the Purple Raiders, finished Mercy" signed. Bryan looked yesterday. A coach and athlete play-by-play. ! also had my iPad his day with seven touchdown down, then up at me; his face have a lifelong bond that is un- mini and iPhone 5 powered up passes and 415 yards passing, beamed a light of recognition; breakable. Go on now, git!