Field Hockey Recap
St. Mark's 1, Cape Henlopen 0
For details on Cape's semifinal loss to St. Mark's in the 2001 state tournament, click the score above.
Cape Henlopen 4, Concord 1
For details on Cape's quarterfinal win over Concord in the 2001 state tournament, click the score above.
Cape Henlopen 3, Delmar 1
For details on Cape's first round triumph over Delmar in the 2001 state tournament, click the score above.
Cape Henlopen 4, Dover 0
The Vikings finished off their 2001 Henlopen Conference championship season with a shutout win. Cape clinched the title when Milford lost to Sussex Central on Oct. 25.
Now 12-1 in the conference and 14-1 overall, the surging Vikings have won four straight games since a 3-1 loss to Smyrna on Oct. 11. In that span, the Vikings have outscored their four opponents 18-0.
Against Dover, the Vikings dominated again with 21-3 and 12-5 advantages in shots and penalty corners, respectively.
Kristy Smith, Maren Ford, Lauren Mazzotta and Amanda Warrington scored the goals for Cape.
Cape shared the conference title with Delmar last year. The championship was the 10th for the Cape program.
The Vikings have one regular season game remaining against Caravel on Thursday, Nov. 1. Pairings for the 2001 state tournament will be announced Sunday, Nov. 4.
Cape Henlopen 4, Sussex Central 0
The Vikings inched closer to the Henlopen Conference championship with the victory combined with Milford's tie with Seaford.
At 11-1 in the conference, the Vikings lead second-place Milford by a half-game with one game remaining. Cape is 13-1 overall.
Lindsey Williams scored two second half goals to propel the surging Vikings. Eli Pratt and Amanda Warrington scored Cape's other goals. Casey Cahill distributed two assists and Lauren Mazzotta added another.
Cape Henlopen 4, Milford 0
For details on the Vikings' key Henlopen Conference win over Milford, click the score above.
Cape Henlopen 6, Sussex Tech 0
The Vikings rolled to the Henlopen Conference triumph behind two goals apiece by Lauren Mazzotta and Maren Ford. Amanda Warrington added a goal and assist and Casey Cahill scored the other goal for the Vikings, who outshot Tech 22-1. The Vikings visit unbeaten Milford in a showdown for the conference lead on Friday, Oct. 19, at 4 p.m.
Smyrna 3, Cape Henlopen 1
The Vikings suffererd their first loss of the season and in the process threw the Henlopen Conference championship race up for grabs.
Now 8-1 in the conference and 10-1 overall, the Vikings trail unbeaten Milford by a game in the conference standings. Smyrna, meanwhile, rose to 7-2 in the conference and 9-2 overall.
Cape took a 1-0 lead early in the second half on a goal by Lauren Mazzotta, but Smyrna bounced right back with goals by Brea Dunn and Mandi Wilson for a 2-1 lead. Melissa Sander added the Eagles' third goal.
Cape outshot Smyrna 15-6 but couldn't capitalize on their opportunities.
Cape has four conference games remaining including a contest at unbeaten Milford on Thursday, Oct. 18.
Cape Henlopen 1, Delmar 0
The unbeaten Vikings completed dominated Delmar but needed a late goal to pull out the win in what is annually the game of the year in the Henlopen Conference.
Maren Ford scored Cape's lone goal on her team's 18th penalty corner with just 2:20 left in the game to lift Cape to 8-0 in the conference and 10-0 overall.
Despite the close score, the Vikings outshot the Wildcats 23-1 and led 19-4 in penalty corners.
Cape hadn't beaten Delmar since 1997. Before this season, the Wildcats hadn't suffered a conference loss in three years. Delmar is now 5-2-1 in the conference and 7-2-1 overall.
Cape Henlopen 2, Wilmington Christian 0
The Vikings remained unbeaten with a big nonconference victory over upstate power Wilmington Christian.
Cape used goals by Maren Ford in the first half and Elizabeth Pratt in the second half to rise to 9-0 overall.
The Vikings led 14-6 in shots and 8-6 in penalty corners. Goalie Nicole Rhoades posted 2 saves.
Cape Henlopen 6, Polytech 0
Cape remained unbeaten at 8-0 with the easy Henlopen Conference win. Maren Ford led the way with three goals and two assists. Casey Cahill scored two goals, Eli Pratt added the final goal, and Amanda Warrington contributed two assists.
The Vikings face two of their biggest tests of the season with a nonconference contest against upstate power Wilmington Christian on Saturday, Oct. 6, at 11 a.m. at the University of Delaware and the likely battle for the Henlopen Conference championship at Delmar on Tuesday, Oct. 9, at 4 p.m.
Cape Henlopen 2, Indian River 0
The Vikings scored both of their goals in the second half to pull out a key Henlopen Conference victory and remain unbeaten. Lindsey Williams scored one goal and Maren Ford the other. Williams and Lauren Mazzotta recorded assists. Cape is now 7-0 overall.
Cape Henlopen 7, Laurel 0
The Vikings rolled to the Henlopen Conference triumph behind Linsdey Williams and Casey Cahill. Williams and Cahill scored two goals apiece. Maren Ford, Lisa Williams and Dominique Scott added the other goals. Cape led 27-1 in shots and 15-3 in penalty corners.
Cape Henlopen 2, Caesar Rodney 1
The Vikings recorded a big victory in their quest for another Henlopen Conference title.
Lindsey Williams scored both of Cape's goals on assists from Maren Ford and Casey Cahill.
In rising to 5-0 overall, the Vikings outshot CR 9-7.
Cape Henlopen 5, Lake Forest 1
The Vikings remained unbeaten at 4-0 overall and 3-0 in the Henlopen Conference behind Maren Ford's hat trick. Casey Cahill and Elizabeth Pratt scored Cape's other goals. Cahill and Linsdey Williams recorded two and one assists, respectively.
Cape Henlopen 4, Woodbridge 0
The Vikings scored a pair of goals in each half including two by Casey Cahill in the first half in the Henlopen Conference triumph.
Lauren Mazzotta and Brittany Bailey scored the other goals in the second half. Cahill scored her goals at 20:36 and 14:41 of the first half, while Mazzotta scored at 18:11 and Bailey at 8:02 of the second half.
Linsday Williams and Maren Ford posted assists fo the Vikings, who rose to 2-0.
Cape dominated the game as it held a 25-6 edge in shots and a 15-6 advantage in penalty corners.
Cape Henlopen 3, Seaford 0
The Cape Henlopen field hockey team opened its 2001 season with a dominating Henlopen Conference performance.
The Vikings outshot Seaford 39-1 and kept goalie Nicole Rhoades from having to make a single save.
Brittany Bailey, Casey Cahill and Amy Levy scored the goals for Cape while Maren Ford registered two assists.
Bailey scored 28 minutes into the first half while Cahill and Levy scored 4:14 and 29:30 into the second half to seal the win.
The Vikings also had 23 penalty corners to Seaford's 1.
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