Cape Gazette

Cape girls' lax demolishes Ravens 21-2

May 08, 2014
Photo by: Dan Cook Cape senior Kat Judge splits and dodges two Sussex Tech defenders in the Vikings' 21-2 victory over the Ravens.

The Cape girls' lacrosse team pounded the Ravens of Sussex Tech May 6 by a crooked 21-2 score to snap a two-game losing streak and continue its dominance of Delaware teams. It was the Vikings' 66th straight win over teams of the First State.

Cape goals were scored by Karalyn Joseph and Sarah Tappan with four, Jordan Brown and Lexi Woodruff with three, Kat Judge and Cailey Thornburg with two and Allie Yeager, Karissa LeMaire and Tess Bernheimer with one.

Tappan added five assists, while Judge notched three, Lizzie Frederick had two and Yeager, Joseph, Woodruff and Bernheimer each recorded one.

The Ravens' two goals were scored by Dorian Zimmerman and Torrie Huk.

Cape held a 36-11 advantage in shots and a 25-1 advantage in draw possessions. Cape goalie Sam Broadhurst collected six saves.

The Vikings (8-5) have two games remaining in the regular season. They travel to Tower Hill Friday, May 9, for a game at 4 p.m., and end the season at Ursuline Academy at 3:45 p.m., Wednesday, May 14.

Sussex Tech (5-7) has two home games left on its schedule versus Dover Friday, May 9, and Polytech Tuesday, May 13.

Cape freshman Cailey Thornburg gets some major ups to win a draw in the Vikings' 21-2 win. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Senior Allie Yeager shoots and scores past the Tech goalkeeper. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Cape's Sarah Tappan dodges past Tech's Hannah Collins. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Cape's Tess Bernheimer shoots on goal past Tech's Melissa Joseph. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Cape sophomore Lizzie Frederick leads a Vikings fast break. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Kat Judge dodges through a Tech defensive crowd. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Cameron Wick goes to the goal. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Cape goalie Sam Broadhurst makes a save. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Senior attack Karissa Lemaire looks for an open player on the crease. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Karalyn Joseph shoots and scores. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
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