Cape Gazette

Cape baseball rocks triple 14 on Seaford in 14-9 win

By Dave Frederick | May 14, 2013
Photo by: Dave Frederick Griffin Kammerer is safe at second one of 14 successful steals for the Vikings.

Cape baseball laid down the seldom seen triple 14 crooked number for the first time in school history May 13 at Chris Short Field, beating winless Seaford 14-9, while collecting 14 hits and stealing 14 bases.

Seaford has lost 39 games in a row. They are the last Henlopen Conference team to win a state championship, going back to 1993.

Cape is at the beginning of a four-game week that includes games versus Woodbridge, Delmarva Christian and Saint Mark's, and must win them all for a glimmer of a chance of procuring an at-large berth in the 16-team state tournament.

Lefty Dan Lougheed got the win for Cape, with relief help from Tyler Clendaniel and George Lewis.

Third baseman Adam Marcinizyn collected 3 hits and 4 RBI for the Vikings. Cape (9-6) plays at Woodbridge Tuesday, May 14.


Lefty Dan Lougheed starts and gets the win. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Seaford runner Derek Murphy  gets the bag behind the tag and is safe at third base, avoiding the sweep tag from Adam Marcinizyn. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Cape catcher Brandon Keller throws at runner Bruce Mosley as D.D. Gooch applies the tag. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
D.D. Gooch led off an inning with a hit and promptly stole second. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
David Kwan stretches for a wide throw. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
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